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1.  Parr.

      Some of the Parr family information was received from Eve Roberts. She obtained some of it from "Family Relative Robert John Murphy,Murphy   .FTW, Date of Import: Jun 25, 2000" which included occupations,dates,   etc.

 

                             Children:

            2.       i.     Joseph Parr.

            3.       ii.   Robert Parr b. ABT 1754.

 

 

Generation Two

 

2.  Joseph Parr, buried 8 Apr 1801 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Tailor, d. 5 Apr 1801.

      WK Monumental inscription pg 70 #615.

     Eve lists him as Stepchild

     Joseph and Ann's ages would have been affected by the calendar   changeof 1752.

    

     Last Will and Testament of Joseph Parr,  27 November 1798, West   Kirby,Cheshire, England

     In the Name of God - Amen - I Joseph Parr of the Township and Parishof   West Kirby in the county and County of Chester Taylor being in   goodHealth and sound and perfect Mind and Memory Blessed be to God for   itDo make declare and publish this my Last Will and Testament in   mannerand form following - that is to say First I recommend my Soul   into theHands of Almighty God hoping and believing a Remission of my   Sinsthrough the Merits and Mediation of Jesus Christ and my Body to   bedecently buried as herein after named - and my worldly Estate I   givebequeath and devise as follows --

     First I give and bequeath unto my Son John Parr his Heirs andExecutors   all those two Fields or Parcels of Land situate lying andbeing in the   Township of West Kirby aforesaid and commonly called andknown by the   Name or Names of Molyneux's yard and Mill ditch payingtherefore or   causing to be paid unto my Daughter Mary Wife of JosephMolyneux in the   Parish of Wallezey Taylor and unto my DaughterElizabeth Parr their   Heirs and Executors the Sum of Twenty poundsapiece within twelve   Months after my Decease --

     Secondly I give devise and bequeath unto my Son Joseph Parr all   myother Messuage Tenements and Lands whatsoever situate in   Westkirbyaforesaid to have and to  hold and for his own proper use he   paying orcausing to be paid unto my two Sons Nathanial Parr and   William Parrand their Heirs and unto my two Daughters Jane wife of   ThomasJefferies and Nancy Parr and to their Heirs the Sum of Twenty   poundsapiece within twelve Months after my Decease --

     Also I give devise and bequeath unto my Son Thomas Parr all   myHousehold Furniture Farming Stock and Implements in Husbandry   ofwhatsoever Nature or kind I may die possessed of he paying all   myFuneral Expenses --

     And all the rest residue and remainder of my Estate real and   personalnot herein before desposed of I give devise and bequeath unto   my SonJoseph Parr he paying or causing to be paid all my just Debts --

     Lastly I constitute nominate and appoint my Son Joseph Parr and my   SonJohn Parr and John Pinnington of tranmore Executors of this my   LastWill and Testament And I hereby revoke and make void all other   Willsby me heretofore made ratifying and confirming this and no other   --

     In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal this   Twentyseventh Day of November in the Year of our Lord One Thousand   sevenHundred and Ninety eight --

     [Signed] Joseph Parr

     Witnesses;  John Brown, Senr

     John Brown, Junr

     James Newton

     Probated; 27 April 1801 - Effects above forty and under one   hundredpounds

     There are connections between Joseph Parr's family and the   Penningtonfamily;

     1. Elizabeth Parr, possible sister of Joseph, married   RobertPennington, tailor in 1768.  Robert Pennington may have been a   tailorassociate of Joseph.

     2. John Pinnington of Tranmore is an executor of the estate of   JosephParr (1798 will).  John may be the son of Robert and Elizabeth.

     3. John Pennington was a witness to the marriages of Josephs'children;   Jane to Thomas Jefferies in 1793 and Joseph to Mary Dean in1796.

     Where were their children christened?  and buried?   Re check   WestKirby Records.

 

     He married Ann Huntington, 7 Dec 1760 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 20 Jun 1794 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. ABT 1794.

     Ann:  A John Huntington married Jane Dean who may be related to Mary Dean.He   may be a relative of Anne Huntington.

 

                             Children:

            4.       i.     Mary Parr b. ABT 1761.

                      ii.   Anne Parr, b. ABT 1763 in Grange, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 10 Sep 1766 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. ABT 1766.

                              Cheshire parish register database.

                      iii.  Jane Parr, b. ABT 1766 in Grange, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database

                             Will of Joseph Parr

                             Last Will and Testament of Joseph Parr, 27 Nov 1798.

                             ... unto my ... daughter Jane wife of Thomas Jeffries ... the sum   oftwenty pounds.

                             Jane Parr / Thomas Jefferies, marriage, 1 Jan 1793, Family   HistorySociety of Cheshire CD ROM, Extract from Hartley Jones'   Marriage Indexof the Wirral, Jefries, Thomas, Thurstaston, occ;   Husbandman.  Parr,Jane, spinster, otp.  Both of full age.  Witnesses;   John Pinningtonand Thos Brown.  By licence,  Original Source, Parish   register.

                             Note John Pinnington  was also a  witness at the marriage of   Jane'sbrother Joseph to Mary Dean.

 

                             She married Thomas Jefferies, 1 Jan 1793 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Husbandman.

                             Thomas:  From Thurstaston.  Name found on Joseph Parr's will.

 

            5.       iv.   Joseph Parr b. ABT 1768.

                      v.    John Parr, b. ABT 1771 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Fisherman.

                              Cheshire parish register database

                             Inherited two Fields or Parcels of Land situated in the Township   ofWest Kirby, commonly called and known by the Names of Molyneux's   Yardand Mill Ditch.

            6.       vi.   Betty Parr b. ABT 1774.

                      vii. Nathanial Parr, b. ABT 1777 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database

                             Last Will and Testament of Joseph Parr, 27 Nov 1798.

                             ... paying or causing to be paid unto my ...  son Nathanial   Parr...twenty pounds, within twelve months of my death.

            7.       viii.       Thomas Parr b. ABT 1780.

                      ix.   William Parr, b. ABT 1783 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database

                             Inherited Twenty pounds within twelve months of his father's   death.Witnessed the marriage of Thomas Parr (his brother) to   SarahPostlethwaite at West Kirby on 13th January 1803.

                      x.    Nancy Parr, b. ABT 1785 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database to Joseph and Nancy

                             Inherited Twenty pounds within twelve months of her father's death.

 

3.  Robert Parr, b. ABT 1754, buried 28 Dec 1838 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Labourer, d. ABT 1838 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

      Interment record of St. Bridget's, West Kirby shows that Robert Parrof   Great Meols was buried aged 84 years on 28th December 1838.

     Listed as "of Great Meols" on the parish records for all the   baptismsof his children.

 

     He married Mary Peling, 8 Jul 1779 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1760, buried 17 Jan 1820 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. ABT 1820 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

     Mary:  Parish register shows that Mary Parr of the township of Great Meolswas   buried on 17th January 1820 aged 60 years.

 

                             Children:

                      i.     Jenny Parr, b. ABT 1779 in Grange, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database

                             Baptism record for St. Bridget's, West Kirby shows that Jenny   wasbaptized on 8 July 1779, daughter of Rob Parr, Labourer of Grange,   andMary. (From Eve, not found on baptism register from Anne).

            8.       ii.   John Parr b. ABT 1783.

            9.       iii.  Mary Parr b. ABT 1789.

                      iv.   Margaret Parr, b. ABT 1791 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 7 Jan 1797 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. ABT 1797 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database.

                      v.    Robert Parr, b. ABT 1792 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 1 Aug 1872 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Labourer, d. ABT 1872 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database, father was listed as labourer   andpauper.

                             no day or month on Monumental inscription

                             A  7  9  Monumental inscription reads:   Parr   Ornate SandstoneCeltic   Cross   Robert PARR/born 1792 Died 1872/"I am the resurrectionand the   life/he that believeth in me though he were/dead,yet shall helive and   whosoever/liveth and believeth in me shall never/die" St John   XI.25.26/

                             Burial register pg 67 line #524

                             Found on the 1861 census, at Number 2 Little Meolse Lane

                             Parr  Robert      head   mar  67 yrs    Labourer   Great Meolse

                             Parr  Elizabeth   wife     "    57yrs                        LiverpoolLancashire.

 

                             He married Elizabeth ?, b. ABT 1802 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England, buried 16 Aug 1876 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 12 Aug 1876 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                             Elizabeth:  Cheshire Death Index:  Parr Elizabeth 74 Woodchurch Wirral WOO/8/55

                             A  7  9  Monumental inscription reads:  /Elizabeth PARR/wife of   theabove/died August 12th 1876 aged 74 years/

                             pg 82 #644

                             Found on the 1841 census of Little Meols

                             Elizabeth Parr   25 Fisherman's Wife (born in county)   N

                             Alice Leadson 69 F  N.

 

            10.     vi.   Margaret Parr b. ABT 1796.

            11.     vii. Samuel Parr b. ABT 1799.

 

 

Generation Three

 

4.  Mary Parr, b. ABT 1761 in Grange, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

      Cheshire parish register database

     Mary inherited as follows from her father:  "... causing to be   paidunto my daughter Mary wife of Joseph Molyneux in the Parish   ofWallezey Taylor ... the sum of twenty pounds."

 

     She married Joseph Mullineux, 22 May 1788 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1764 (son of Simon Mullineux), occupation Tailor.

     Joseph:  IGI Batch #P009502.

     Named in Joseph Parr's will as Joseph Molyneux as husband to MaryParr.

    

     Last Will and Testament of Joseph Mullineux of Wallasey in the   Countyof Chester Yeoman, 10 Sep 1831

     I appoint my son in law Moses Joynson of Liverpool in the County   ofLancashire Joiner, and my friends Robert Edwards of Liverpool   aforsaidButcher and Thomas Parr of Irby in the county of Chester   Yeomanexecutors of this my will.

     I direct [the executors to] dispose of and convert into money and   to... invest in interest in good real or leasehold property or in   thepurchase of stock in some or one of the public funds of Great   Britainand pay into seven equal shares or parts to be divided;

     I direct ... upon trust to pay [one seventh share] to my daughter   MaryBrooke Widow the annual interest dividends and profits thereof   andupon her death to her children at age of twenty one to share and   sharealike.

    

     I direct that my said Trustees ... [shall pay] equal seventh part   orshare for each of my Daughters Ann Croft Widow, Elizabeth Joynson   wifeof the said Moses Joynson, Margaret Green wife of William Green   ofLiverpool aforsaid Paviour, Martha Huntington wife of   ThomasHuntington of Liverpool aforsaid Baker and Johanna Jones wife   ofSamuel Jones of aforsaid Wallasey Labourer at the same terms ... of   myDaughter Mary Brooke.

    

     And as to the remaining equal seventh part or share ..shall pay   untoHannah Mullineux the Widow of my late son Joseph Mullineux   providedshe shall remain the widow of my said son.  [same terms as   MaryBrooke]  but in the case she shall marry again previous to   suchyoungest child attain the age of twenty one [Trustees] to pay   theseventh part or share for and towards the maintenance of her   saidchildren.

    

     Witnesses;  John Kidd, Solicitor Liverpool, James Moore   Fisher,Bookseller and William _____, Clk to Mr Kidd.

 

                             Children:

            12.     i.     Mary Molyneux b. ABT 1788.

                      ii.   Anne Molyneux, b. ABT 1791.

                              IGI Batch #P009502.

                             Family Search, IGI, Wallasey, Film 0090135, parents; Joseph   Mullineuxand Mary

                             Anne inherited from her father as follows:  "I direct that my   saidTrustees ... [shall pay] equal seventh part or share for each of   myDaughters. Ann Croft Widow,".

 

                             She married (1) Croft.

                             She married (2) Henry Langley, 24 Jul 1809 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1783 in Tranmere, Cheshire, England (son of John Langley).

                             Henry:  Cheshire parish register database.

 

                      iii.  Elizabeth Mullineux, b. ABT 1793.

 

                             She married Moses Joynson, 8 Nov 1818 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England, occupation Joiner.

                             Moses:  Moses was one of the executors of his father-in-law's will  "I   appointmy son in law Moses Joynson of Liverpool in the County of   LancashireJoiner", and his wife inherited a one seventh share.

 

                      iv.   Margaret Molyneux, b. ABT 1795.

                              IGI Batch #P009502.

                             IGI, Wallasey, CHS, ENG, Parents; Joseph Mullineux and Mary.    Source0090135 film, Printout 6906730 film

                             Margaret inherited a one seventh share of her father's estate.

 

                             She married William Green, occupation Paviour.

                             William:  of Liverpool.

 

                      v.    Martha Mullineux, b. ABT 1797.

                              IGI Batch #P009502.

                             Martha inherited a one seventh share of her father's estate.

 

                             She married Thomas Huntington, occupation Baker.

                             Thomas:  of Liverpool.

 

            13.     vi.   Joanna Molyneux b. ABT 1799.

                      vii. Joseph Molyneux, b. ABT 1801.

                              IGI Batch #P009502.

                             IGI, Wallasey, CHS, ENG, Parents; Jos Mullineux and Mary.    Source0090135, Printout 6906730

                             Joseph died before his father.

 

                             He married Hannah Bebbington, 23 Apr 1821 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England, b. ABT 1799.

                             Hannah:  Hannah inherited as follows from the Will of her father-in-law   JosephMullineux

                             "And as to the remaining equal seventh part or share ..shall pay   untoHannah Mullineux the Widow of my late son Joseph Mullineux   providedshe shall remain the widow of my said son,  but in the case   she shallmarry again previous to such youngest child attaining the age   oftwenty one [Trustees] to pay the seventh part or share for and   towardsthe maintenance of her said children."

                            

                             Found on the 1851 ENG census - CHS, Poulton cum Seacombe, folio   2174,pg 470, FHSC CD

                             Hannah Mollineux - head, wid, 49 F, Proprietor of houses, b.   Frodsham,CHS

                             Mary Mollineux - dau, un, 22 F, Proprietor of houses, b. Poulton, CHS

                             Margaret Purfield - sis, wid, 60 F, Proprietor of houses, b,   Frodsham,CHS

                             William H. Stephenson - g-son, 5 M, Scholar, b. Liverpool, LAN

                             Emma Stott - visitor, Professor of music

                             Mark Pickering - visitor, Railway contractor

                             John A. Shin - visitor, Civil engineer.

 

5.  Joseph Parr, b. ABT 1768 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1809 in Woodchurch, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Tailor, Parish Clerk at Woodchurch, d. 3 Mar 1809.

      Cheshire parish register database

     Monumental inscription at Woodchurch Wirral  reads:  1809/Joseph   PARParish Clerk aged/40 years/Lamented frend(sic) I heard   thy/partingsigh/which doomd(sic) thee just to/ slumber not to die/The   partingtear I check'd/kised(sic)the sod/And not to death resignd   (sic)/theebut to God.

     Joseph was witness at the marriage of his sister Mary to   JospehMolyneux at Wallasey on 22nd May 1788.

     In 1801, Joseph inherited all his father's other "Messuage   Tenementsand Lands whatsoever situate in West Kirby aforesaid to have   and tohold and for his own proper use".  He inherited The property in   WestKirby known as the Linaker property from his father and it was   farmedby his brother, Thomas.  Joseph's widow became the proprietor in   1809. In 1811 the property was sold to John Robin and Thos Brown   whojointly  became the proprietors and occupiers.  [Source; Court   ofQuarter Sessions (CHS) Land Tax Assessment for West Kirby, 1778   -1832, FHL film # 1594139]

     He also received all the rest residue and remainder of his   father'sEstate real and personal not herein before desposed of, and he   had topay all the just Debts.

    

     Will of Joseph Parr, 7 Jan 1809

     I Joseph Par of Woodchurch in the County and Diocese of Chestere   makethis my last will and testament in the manner following,  First I   giveand bequeath unto my Executors hereinafter named the whole of   myEstate real and personal in Trust to be disposed of in   mannerfollowing, Secondly, after payment of my several debts, Interest   ofmoney borrowed on Bond or other security, I give Twenty pounds   perannum to my widow Mary Par during life to be paid out of my Estates   atGranby and West Kirby.  Thirdly I order the residue of my   Rentalsafter repairs and interest are  deducted to be applied to   themaintenance and education of my children which are or may be born,   ofmy wife Mary, legitimate.  Fourthly, I direct that when my   youngestchild shall attain the age of twenty one years, then my   Executorsshall sell my Estates and divide the net proceeds amongst my   childrenthat are then living, or his or her legal representative   orrepresentatives share and share alike and if there be two or   morechildren then living they shall have the option to sell their   specificshares to one another but not to a stranger, and if there be   but onechild living then he or she or his or her representative shall   havethe disposal of my whole property chargable with the aforesaid   annuitybut, if, from the incumbrance of my Estate it shall at any time   appearadvisable to my Executor to sell one or more of my Estates   before myyoungest child arrives at twenty one years of age, then I   direct themto sell and liquidate my debts reserving sufficient   security for thepayments of the annuity.  Lastly I nominate and   appoint the Rev BryanKing Rector of Woodchurch and John Rimington of   Tranmere Exectors andmy wife Mary Par Executrix of this my last Will   and Testament.

     In witness of whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal thisseventh   day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand eighthundred  nine.

     Signed; Joseph Parr

     Witnesses;  Thomas Jackson

     ___ _______

     Thomas Johnson

     The Testator died on the 3rd day of March 1809, Probate issued 13March   1809.

 

     He married Mary Dean, 9 Jun 1795 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1774 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1849 in Woodchurch, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 19 Jul 1849.

     Mary:  Monumental inscription at Woodchurch Wirral  reads:  Also Mary wife   ofthe above/Joseph Parr Died 19th July 1849(?)/aged 78 years/A   tendermother parent dear/A faithful friend/lies

     sleeping here.

     There are baptisms for a Samuel and Anne Dean's children at WestKirby,   Anne - 25 Apr 1773,  and Betty - 17 April 1775, which couldimply that   they are the parents of Mary, and this is when the familymoved into   Great Meolse.  a Jane Dean married John Huntington, whocould be   related to the Ann Huntington married to Josept Parr.

 

                             Children:

            14.     i.     Matilda Parr b. ABT 1799.

                      ii.   Joseph Dean Parr, b. ABT 1801, buried ABT 1806 in Woodchurch, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 20 Apr 1806 in Woodchurch, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Monumental inscriptionat Woodchurch Wirral  on the Altar tomb, east   ofthe chancel, shows that Joseph Parr, son of Joseph and Mary Parr   Died20th April 1806 aged 4 years, 5 months.

                      iii.  Joseph Parr, b. ABT 1803, buried ABT 1808 in Woodchurch, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 20 Apr 1808.

                              Monumental inscription reads:  Died April 20th 1808 (?)/Joseph PAR   sonof Joseph/& Mary aged 4 years.

            15.     iv.   Mary Parr b. ABT 1804.

                      v.    William Parr, b. ABT 1806, buried ABT 1852 in Woodchurch, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 11 May 1852 in Woodchurch, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire Death Index:  Parr William 45 Woodchurch Wirral WOO/3/60

                             Monumental inscription at Woodchurch Wirral  reads:  Also William   Parrof Greasby/ son of the above who Died the 11th/of May 1852 aged   45years.

                             William inherited from his sister as follows:

                             Will of Josephina Parr, dated 6 June 1833

                             ... I also direct that those three several fields or parcels of   landknown by the names of the big swine loons - the New Hey and the   meadowmeasuring 4.0.30 or thereabouts of Cheshire measure be equally   dividedbetween my sister Matilda Barker, my sister Mary Griffiths and   mybrother William Parr aforsaid their heirs lawfully begotten for   ever... I also give devise and bequeath all of my household   furnatureclothing and whatever else ... [to Matilda, Mary and William]

                             William Parr was a census enumerator for West Kirby in 1841.

                             Found on the1851 census aged 43 years, born Woodchurch,  a   farmer,living at Greasby with his widowed sisters, and nephews and   nieces.

                             Will of William Parr, dated 6 May 1852

                             This is the last Will of me William Parr of Greasby, in the County   ofChester yeoman.  First I direct the payment of of all my just   Debts,funeral and testamentary expenses, to be paid equally by my   sistersMatilda Barker of Greasby and Mary Griffith of Raby out of   theirseperate portions of my Property as herein named and I give   devise andbequeth unto my sister Matilda Barker of Greasby aforesaid,   My House,and outbuilding, Farmyard, front Garden, Wall Garden, and two   BarnGardens, all situate in Greasby, together with all my   PersonalProperty to which I shall be entitled at my decease, To hold   the sameunto her my said sister Matilda Barker and her heirs for ever,   and Igive devise and bequeth unto my sister Mary Griffith of   Rabyaforesaid, all that Freehold field called Buttery adjoining   FrankbyRoad, to hold the same unto her my said Sister Mary Griffith,   and herheirs for ever, and I appoint my said sister Matilda Barker to   be thesole Executrix of this my last Will, in Witness whereof I have   hereunder set my hand this sixth day of May one thousand eight hundred   andfifty two.

                             [Signed] William Parr

                             [Witnesses] George Mason and William Hale

                             The Testator died the 11 day of May 1852.

                      vi.   Josephina Parr, b. ABT 1809, buried ABT 1824 in Woodchurch, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 22 Sep 1824.

                              Born about 3 months after the death of her father.

                             Posthumus, child of Joseph by Mary, Woodchurch Wirral .

                             Monumental inscription at Woodchurch Wirral  reads:    Sacred/To/TheMemory of/Josephine PARR/who in hope of a joyful   resurrection/departedthis life Sept 22 1834/aged 25 years/With   patience to the last she didsubmit/And murmurd(sic) not at what the   Lord saw fit/She with aChristian courage did resign/Her soul to God in   His appointed time

                             Will of Josephina Parr - 6 Jun 1833

                             Know all men. I Josephina Parr of the Township of Greasby and Parishof   West Kirby in the County of Chester being sickly of body but of  asound  mind do make this my last Will and Testament hereby revoking   andannuling and disproving all other wills  or Codicils heretofore   madeby me this 6th day of June 1833.

                             Imprimis.  I hereby nominate and appoint my Mother Mary Jepson   ofGreasby aforsaid - my sister Matilda Barker widow of Greasby   aforsaid- my sister Mary Griffiths of Raby in the Parish of Neston and   mybrother William Parr, Bachelor of Greasby aforsaid - to act   asExecutrixes and Executor under this my will ___ and first I   directthat Whatever live stock I may be possessed of at the time of   mydecease shall be sold to the best advantage and that the expenses   ofmy illness - funeral -and just debts be discharged with the   netproceeds of the same and that the remainder if any be equally   dividedamong the Legatees hereinafter mentioned I also direct that   thosethree several fields or parcels of land known by the names of the   BigSwine Loons - the New Hey and the Meadow measuring 4.0.30   orthereabouts of Cheshire measure be equally divided between my   sisterMatilda Barker, my sister Mary Griffiths and my Brother William   Parraforsaid and their heirs lawfully begotten for ever Provided also   thatif any of the children of the above mentioned legatees should die   thenthe surviving children shall inherit such share and no   other.Provided also that if my Brother William Parr should die   withoutlawful issue then his share shall descend to the surviving   issue of mysisters Matilda Barker and Mary Griffiths aformentioned and   theirlawful heirs for ever ___  I also give devise and bequeath all  of  myhousehold furnature clothing and whatever else I may possess of  at  thetime of my decease to be equally divided between my sisters   MatildaBarker and Mary Griffiths and my Brother William Parr   aformentioned___ Provided also that if my sister Mary Griffiths   aforsaid shouldhave lawful issue by any other than her present husband   WilliamGriffiths such issue shall Not have any right claim or   pretention toinherit or enjoy the aformentioned share of land.   Provided also thatif my sister Matilda Barker shall hereafter have any   other lawfulissue than what are now living they shall not have any   right claim orpretention to inherit or enjoy such portion of land as   appertains toher

                             Signed; Josephina Parr

                             Witnesses; Samuel Ollive, William Griffith and John Jane_

                             The Testator died about 2nd November 1834. Property valued at   under£100. Probate issued 5 Nov 1834.

 

6.  Betty Parr, b. ABT 1774 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

      Cheshire parish register database, as Betty.

     Elizabeth inherited Twenty pounds within twelve months of her   father'sdeath. She was unmarried in 1798 when named in her father   JosephParr's will.

     Elizabeth Parr, Single woman of Grange gave birth to a daughter   Peggy,who was baptised at St. Bridget's, West Kirby on 10th August   1794.In the absence of any other likely candidate this birth has   beenassigned to Elizabeth, who would have been about 20 years old at   thetime.

 

                             Children:

                      i.     Peggy Parr, b. ABT 1794 in Grange, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database, to Elizabeth.

 

7.  Thomas Parr, b. ABT 1780 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 16 Feb 1871 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Yeoman, Farmer, d. 10 Feb 1871 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

      Cheshire parish register database

     Or April 10 1870?  Discrepency in death date between MI and will.

     WK Monumental inscription pg 70 #616 reads:  Thomas Parr of Irby   Died10th February 1871.   Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord.

     Thomas inherited from his father as follows:

     Last Will and Testament of Joseph Parr, 27 Nov 1798.

     Also I give devise and bequeath unto my son Thomas Parr all   myhousehold furniture, farming stock and implements in husbandry   ofwhatsoever nature or kind I may die possessed of his paying all   myfuneral expenses.

     From 1798 to 1801 John Parr, Thomas's brother, was the proprietor   ofproperty in West Kirby known as  the Huntington (which would   indicateit was previously owned by his mother's family) then the   Hickockproperty.  The property was occupied by Thomas Rowland.  Thomas   Parrbecame the proprietor in 1802.

     From1803 until the end of this record in 1832 Thomas' father in   law,William Postlethwaite was the proprietor and occupier.  [Source;   Courtof Quarter Sessions (CHS) Land Tax Assessment for West Kirby,   1778 -1832, FHL film # 1594139]

     From 1801 Thomas farmed property known as  the Linaker property inWest   Kirby that was owned by his brother Joseph Parr.  Joseph died in1809   and his widow became the proprietor.  In 1811 the property wassold to   John Robin and Thos Brown who became the proprietors andoccupiers.    Taxes were 0.5.1  [Source; Court of Quarter Sessions (CHS)Land Tax   Assessment for West Kirby, 1778 - 1832, FHL film # 1594139]

     In 1812 Thomas Parr became the proprietor and occupier of house   andlands in Irby previously owned by William Dawson.  In 1825 and in   1826he acquired additional property in Irby.  The property was  still   heldat the end of this tax record in 1832.  Taxes were 0.14.0    [Source;Court of Quarter Sessions (CHS) Land Tax Assessment for Irby,   1778 -1832, FHL film # 1564333]

     Thomas was wealthy enough to lend money as the following Will ofThomas   Bartley, 2 Jan 1828 shows.  ...(except the sum of fifty poundswhich I   am indebted to Thomas Parr of Irby and which I shallhereinafter   direcrt my Son in Law Daniel Bennett to pay)

     1838 Tithe Records - West Kirby

     Landowner; Thomas Parr, Occupier; Robert Lunt & Ellen Dixon

     Found on the 1841 census of Irby:

     Thomas  Parr  60 M Farmer  Y

     Sarah  Parr  57 F    Y

     Jane  Parr  18 F    Y

     Ann  Parr  14 F    Y

     Henry  Jones  13 M AG. LAB.  Y

     Margaret Davies 18 F F.S   Y

     1849 Tithe Records - Irby

     Landowner; John Ralph Shaw, Occupier; Thomas Parr

     Landowner; Thomas Parr, Occupier; Isaac Dean

     Found on the 1851 census, West Kirby, Woodchurch, Wirral, folio   133,FHL film # 087166

     Thomas Parr, head, marr, M, 70, Farmer retired, b. CHS, West Kirby

     Sarah Parr, wife, marr, F, 68, Farmers wife, b. CHS, West Kirby

     Catherine Garner, visitor, unmarr, F, 20, b. CHS, Upton

     Catherine Garner is the daughter of John Garner and Kitty Parr and   thegrand daughter of Thomas Parr.

     1861 ENG census CHS - Irby, film 543003

     Thomas Parr - father, wid, M, 80, Retired farmer, b. West Kirby

     (with daughter Jane Hancock (nee Parr) as head.  of household)

    

     Last Will of Thomas Parr - 13 Sep 1862,

     This is the last will of me Thomas Parr of Irby in the County   ofChester Yeoman.  First I appoint my friends Edward Hancock of   Pensbyin the County of Chester, Farmer and Benjamin Hancock of Heswall   inthe same County, Farmer to be the Trustees and Executors of my   will.I devise and bequeath all my real and personal estate whatsoever   untothe said Edward Hancock and Benjamin Hancock  their heirs   executorsand administrators according to the nature thereof upon trust   that thesaid Edward Hancock and Benjamin Hancock or the survivor of   them ortheir heirs executors or administrators of such survivor shall   withall convenient speed sell my real estate together or in lots   andeither by public auction or private contract and convey and assure   thesame to the purchaser or purchasers thereof or as he she or they   shalldirect and also shall call in and convert into money such part of   mypersonal estate as shall not consist of money.  And I declare that   mysaid trustees shall out of the monies to arise from such a   salecalling in and converted into money my funeral and   testomentaryexpenses and debts and shall stand possessed of the   residue of thesaid trust monies and the money of which I shall be   possessed at mydeath upon the trusts following (that is to say).

     As to one third part or share thereof upon trust for my daughter   JaneHancock for her own absolute use and benefit.

     And as to one other third part or share thereof in trust for such   ofthe children of my late daughter Kitty Garner deceased as shall   attainthe age of twenty one years or marry to be divided among them in   equalshares.

     As to the remaining third part or share of the said trust monies   upontrust to invest the same or leave the same invested in or upon any   ofthe securities hereinafter specified for investment and pay the   annualincome arising therefrom to my daughter Ann Lawton the wife of   JosephManlove Lawton for her life for her separate use independently   of herpresent or any future husband and so that she shall not have   power todeprive herself therereof by sale mortgage charge or otherwise   by wayof anticipation.  And after the death of the said Ann Lawton  the  lastmentioned third part or share of the said trust monies and   securitiesshall be in trust for such one or more exclusively of the   others orother of her children in such manner and form as she the said   AnnLawton shall by Will or codicil appoint and in default of   suchappointment in trust for all the children or any the child of my   saiddaughter Ann Lawton who shall attain the age of twenty one years   ormarry if more than one in equal shares I direct and declare that    itshall be lawful for my trustees with the consent in writing of   thesaid Ann Lawton and after her death at their own discretion and   applyin or toward the advancement in life of each or any child of the   saidAnn Lawton by apprenticing such child to any trade or business   orotherwise the whole or any part of the presumptive share of my   trustestate

     And I further direct and declare that in case any of the children ofmy   late daughter Kitty Garner shall be under the age of twenty oneyears   at my death it shall be lawful for my said trustees at theirdirection   to apply the whole or any part of the annual income (and ifdeemed   necessary any part of the principal)  of the presumptive shareof each   such child during his or her minority in or towards his or   hermaintenance and education or otherwise for his or her benifit.

     [This section is not reproduced as it contains detailed instructionsto   the trustees about the disposition of the property and is notrelevant   to family history]

     In witness thereof I have hereunto set my hand this thirtieth day   ofSeptember one thousand eight hundred and sixty two.  Thomas   Parr.Signed in the presence of John Peacock, Solicitor, Liverpool,   JohnLewis, his clerk.

     Proved at Chester on the 19th day of April 1871 by the oaths of   EdwardHancock and Benjamin Hancock to whom administration was granted.    TheTestator Thomas Parr was late of Irby in the County of Chester,   Yeomanand died on the 10th day of April 1870 at Irby aforsaid.  Under   £600.No Leaseholds.

 

     He married Sally Postlethwaite, 13 Jan 1803 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1783 in Little Meols, Wirral, Cheshire, England (daughter of William Postlethwaite [1753 - 1831] and Catherine Chatterton [1758 - 1837]), buried 9 Apr 1857 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Farmer's wife, d. 5 Apr 1857 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

     Sally:  Cheshire parish register database

     WK Monumental inscription pg 70 #617.

     Sarah was christened as Sally and her father William   Postlethwaitementions her in his will as Sally, wife of Thomas Parr.    She is Sarahin the record of her marriage to Thomas Parr, in the   Christeningrecords of her children and in her death and burial   records.  Sarahand Sally are the same person as proven by the will and   the marriagerecord.

     Will of Sarah's father William Postlethwaite,

     ... on her [Catherine's] death I Will that it goes to my daughterSally   Parr and Thomas Parr her husband to be enjoyed by them duringtheir   lifetime and on their decease I will that it goes to their   fourdaughters [Kitty, Sarah, Jane, and Ann Parr] to be shared   equallyamong them.  In case my daughter Sally Parr dies before her   husbandand he marries again then my Will is that my property goes to   the fourdaughters of my daughter Sally Parr and Thomas Parr he the   said ThomasParr ceasing to have any right to the least portion of it.

 

                             Children:

            16.     i.     Kitty Parr b. ABT 1810.

                      ii.   Ann Parr, b. ABT 1813 in Irby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 2 Feb 1824 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 30 Jan 1824 in Irby, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database

                             WK Monumental inscription pg 70 #618 reads:  Ann daughter of Tho   andSarah Parr of Irby d. 30 Jan 1824 age 10 yrs.

                      iii.  Sarah Parr, b. ABT 1819 in Irby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 4 Dec 1840 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 29 Nov 1840 in Irby, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database

                             Parish register #587

                             WK Monumental inscription pg 70 #618.

                             Woodchurch 1815-1819.   c. 31 Aug 1819  Sarah d. of Thomas & SarahParr   of Irby, farmer.

                             Register says she died age 23. so this connection may not be correct.

            17.     iv.   Jane Parr b. 22 Feb 1822.

            18.     v.    Ann Parr b. ABT 1827.

 

8.  John Parr, b. ABT 1783 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Fisherman, Mariner, Farmer.

      Cheshire parish register database

     Found on the 1841 census of Great Meolse:

     John Parr 55 M AG LAB Y

     Ellen Parr 15 F  Y

     John Rowland 5 M  Y

     Found on the1851 census aged 66 years, a widower employed as   afisherman and born in West Kirby.  Also living with him was his   sonJohn aged 29 years also a fisherman born West Kirby,

     George Smith son-in-law aged 25 years, a farmer, born Bidston,   MarySmith, daughter (of John), aged 27 years, a farmer's wife, born   WestKirby, together with John Rowland, grandson aged 15 years, also   afisherman born in West Kirby.

     Found on the 1861 census at 20 Village

     Mary Cooper  Wife  Mar  19  Fisherman's wife, Cheshire, Gt Meolse

     John Parr  Grandfather  Widr  77  Fisherman  Cheshire, Gt Meolse.

 

     He married Elizabeth Cookson, 7 Aug 1811 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1785, buried 9 Oct 1837 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. ABT 1837 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

     Elizabeth:  Known as Betty.

 

                             Children:

            19.     i.     Simon Cookson Parr b. ABT 1812.

            20.     ii.   John Parr b. ABT 1814.

            21.     iii.  Sarah Parr b. ABT 1816.

            22.     iv.   Joseph Parr b. ABT 1819.

                      v.    Mary Parr, b. ABT 1821 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 3 Feb 1822 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 1 Feb 1822 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database

                             Died age 2 months

                             WK Monumental inscription pg 38 #333

                             Entry in West Kirby Bishops Transcripts states that Mary, twindaughter   of John Parr and Eliz., Fisherman baptized November 15th1821.

                             Entry in same record shows that Mary Parr of Great Meols, aged   2months, was buried on 3rd February 1822.

                      vi.   William Parr, b. ABT 1821 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 30 Apr 1822 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 27 Apr 1822 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database

                             Died age 5 months

                             WK Monumental inscription pg 38 #333

                             Entry in West Kirby Bishops Transcripts states William son to JohnParr   and Eliz., Fisherman baptized November 15th 1821.

                             Entry in same register shows that William Parr of Great Meols aged   5months, was buried on 30th April 1822.

                      vii. Ellen Parr, b. ABT 1823 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. ABT 1847.

                              Cheshire parish register database

                             Cheshire Death Index:  Cookson Ellen 24 Woodchurch Wirral WOO/2/70

                             Living at Meols when Ellen was born.

                             Found on the 1841 census age 15, with her father. (have printout   of1841 census)

                             Death record shows that Ellen was 24 years old when she died.

 

                             She married John Langley Cookson, 12 Sep 1846 in Birkenhead, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. 18 Apr 1824 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England (son of John Cookson [1781 - 1861] and Mary Langley [1797 - 1875]), buried 12 Jul 1877 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Agricultural labourer, Labourer, Fisherman, d. ABT 1877.

                             John:  at The Sloop.  Date from LDS Pedigree Resource file

                             Cheshire parish register database

                             Cheshire Death Index:  Cookson John Langley 53 Woodchurch   WirralWOO/8/69

                             Found on the 1841 census of Hooses age 15.

                            

                             Found on the1861 census for Greater Meolse, aged 36 years,   unmarried,Gt. Meolse, working as an agricultural labourer and living   at theSloop Inn with his parents and siblings.

                            

                             At his marriage to Harriet Robinson, Spinster, daughter of   WilliamRobinson, Coachman, at St. Nicholas Church, Liverpool, John   LangleyCookson is noted to be a Widower of full age, son of John   Cookson,Victualler.    Both parties were stated to be living at Plumbe   Street,Liverpool at the time, although this may have been an   accomodationaddress.

                            

                             Found on the1871 census living in Great Meolse, aged 47 years,   workingas an agricultural labourer, llving with his wife Harriet and   childrenAnn, Sarah Elizabeth and William.

 

                      viii.       Mary Parr, b. ABT 1826 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Farmer's wife.

                              Cheshire parish register database

                             Found on the 1841 census, age 15, with James and Sarah Rowland.

                             Found on 1851 census aged 27 years, living with her widowed father   andher husband.   Shown as a Farmer's wife, born West Kirby.

 

                             She married George Smith, b. ABT 1826 in Bidston, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Farmer.

                             George:  Found on the1851 census as a Farmer aged 25 years, born Bidston,living   with his wife Mary at the home of his father-in-law John Parr.

 

9.  Mary Parr, b. ABT 1789 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

      pg 144.  Cheshire parish register database.

 

                             Children:

                      i.     Nathanial Parr, b. ABT 1816 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database.

 

10.  Margaret Parr, b. ABT 1796 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

        Cheshire parish register database

       There is a burial record for a Margaret Parr on the same day as   thisChristening.  This may be a clerical error, entered in the   wrongregister and there may not have been a second Margaret dying on   thisdate.

 

       She married William Much, 16 Jul 1816 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1794 in Little Meols, Wirral, Cheshire, England (son of William Much and Mary), occupation Husbandman, Labourer.

       William:  Cheshire parish register database

       Name is Much in register for first 5 children and Mutch for lastthree,   children are shown as born to William and Peggy.

 

                             Children:

                      i.     John Much, b. ABT 1819 in Little Meols, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database.

                      ii.   Betty Much, b. ABT 1820 in Little Meols, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database.

                      iii.  William Much, b. ABT 1823 in Little Meols, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database.

                      iv.   Thomas Much, b. ABT 1825 in Little Meols, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database.

                      v.    Joseph Mutch, b. ABT 1828 in Little Meols, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database.

                      vi.   George Mutch, b. ABT 1831 in Little Meols, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1831 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 18 May 1831.

                              Cheshire parish register database

                             WK Monumental inscription pg 45 #390.

                      vii. Margaret Mutch, b. ABT 1832 in Little Meols, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              pg 85 #675.  Cheshire parish register database.

 

11.  Samuel Parr, b. ABT 1799 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 8 Jan 1865 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Labourer, Agricultural Labourer, Fisherman, d. 4 Jan 1865 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

        Cheshire parish register database

       WK Monumental inscription pg 38 #327.  Cheshire parish   registerdatabase, burial year 1865.

       Found on the 1841 census of Great Meolse as follows:

       Samuel Parr 40 M Ag Lab (Born in County)Y=Yes

       Eliza Parr 40 F  Y

       Charles Parr 14 M  Y

       Jane Parr 10 F  Y

       Samuel Parr 8 M  Y

       Eliza Parr 6 F  Y

       Robert Parr 5 F  Y

       Martha Parr 3 F  Y

       Joseph Parr 1 M  Y

       Found on the1851 census aged 52, a fisherman of Great Meols,   livingwith his wife Eliza and children Samuel, Eliza, Robert,   Martha,Joseph, Sarah and John.

       Found on the1861 census, at Carlton Terrace Great Meolse

       Parr Samuel     head    mar    62yrs        Farmer of 6 acresemploying   1 man & 1 boy  Great Meolse

       "       Eliza       Wife    mar    61yrs  The Grange

       "      Joseph     son     unm    21yrs      Ag Labourer        GreatMeolse

       "       John    grandson  "       14yrs      Ag Servant"       ".

 

       He married Elizabeth Pownall, 30 Dec 1822 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1801 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1884 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Laundress, Fisherman's wife, d. 23 Aug 1884 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

       Elizabeth:  or The Grange

       WK Monumental inscription pg 38 #327

       Found on the1851 census, living with her husband and children, aged50.

       Found on the 1881 census, age 80, widow, former Laundress, living   withher widowed daughter Mary and her children at Bank Road, Hoose.    Knownas Eliza.

 

                             Children:

                      i.     Mary Parr, b. ABT 1823 in Grange, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 24 May 1844 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 20 May 1844 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database

                             Cheshire Death Index:  Parr Mary 20 Woodchurch Wirral WOO/1/98.Parish   register #678

                             WK Monumental inscription pg 38 #327.

                      ii.   Ellen Parr, b. ABT 1824 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Laundress.

                              Cheshire parish register database

                             Found on the 1841 census, age 15 living with Ellen Croft as a   femaleservant.  (have printout of 1841 census)

                             Found on the1851 census aged 26 years, living with her parents   andsiblings.

                             She is likely the Ellen who had a son John out of wedlock in 1847?

                      iii.  Charles Parr, b. ABT 1826 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 19 Feb 1848 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 16 Feb 1848 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database

                             Cheshire Death Index:  Parr Charles 21 Woodchurch Wirral   WOO/2/76.Parish register #795.

                             WK Monumental inscription pg 38 #327.

                             Found on the 1841 census, age14.

                      iv.   Elizabeth Parr, b. ABT 1828 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 19 Jan 1831 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. ABT 1831 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database.

                      v.    Jane Parr, b. ABT 1830 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database

                             Found on the 1841 census, age 10.

            23.     vi.   Samuel Parr b. ABT 1832.

                      vii. Eliza Parr, b. 20 Jan 1834 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              pg 1 #6

                             Found on the 1841 census, age 6.

                             Found on the1851 census aged 17 years, living with her parents   andsiblings.

                      viii.       Robert Parr, b. ABT 1836 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1857 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 9 Jan 1857.

                              Cheshire parish register database

                             WK Monumental inscription pg 38 #327

                             Found on the 1841 census, age 5.

                             Found on the1851 census, aged 14 years.

                      ix.   Martha Parr, b. ABT 1838 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Parr Martha Woodchurch Wirral  WOO/1/13   orWOO/1/15.

                             Cheshire parish register database

                             Found on the 1841 census, age 3.

            24.     x.    Joseph Parr b. ABT 1840.

                      xi.   Sarah Parr, b. ABT 1842 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Parr Sarah Woodchurch Wirral  WOO/2/49

                             pg 23 #183

                             Found on the1851 census, aged 8 years.

            25.     xii. John Parr b. 30 Nov 1847.

            26.     xiii.       Mary Parr b. ABT 1848.

 

 

Generation Four

 

12.  Mary Molyneux, b. ABT 1788.

        IGI Batch #P009502.

       IGI, Wallasey, CHS, ENG, Parents; Joseph Mullineux and Mary.    Source0090135 film, Printout 6906730 film.

       Mary inherited from her father's will as follows:  "I direct ...   upontrust to pay [one seventh share] to my daughter Mary Brooke Widow   theannual interest dividends and profits thereof and upon her death   toher children at age of twenty one to share and share alike."

 

       She married (1) Joseph Brooke, 30 Apr 1815 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England.

       Joseph:  Brooke from Joseph's will or Brooks from the IGI.

 

      

       She married (2) William Peers, 11 Oct 1803 in Heswall, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

       William:  Family Search, IGI, British Isles, St Nicholas, Liverpool,   LAN.Christening, LDS film # 0093833.

 

                             Children:

                      i.     William Peers, b. 1 Mar 1804.

                              IGI

                             St Nicholas.  IGI Batch #C005998.

 

                             He married Ann Totty, 1 Jul 1834 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

 

                      ii.   Thomas Peers, b. 23 Mar 1806.

                              IGI

                             St Nicholas.  IGI Batch #C005998.

                             Thomas died before the second Thomas was christened on 28 Aug 1808.

                      iii.  Thomas Peers, b. 16 Jul 1808.

                              IGI.  St Nicholas.  IGI Batch #C005998.

                      iv.   John Peers, b. 10 Sep 1810.

                              IGI.  St Peter's  IGI Batch #P020271.

 

13.  Joanna Molyneux, b. ABT 1799.

        IGI Batch #P009502.

       IGI, Wallasey, CHS, ENG, Parents; Joseph Mullineux and Mary.    Source0090135 film, Printout 6906730 film

       Joanna inherited a one seventh share of her father's estate.

       Found on the 1881 ENG census CHS - The Village, piece 3589, p 46,   FHLfilm 1341859

       Johanna Jones - head, wid, 82, F, b. Wallasey

       Margaret Taylor - dau, wid, 48, F, b. Wallasey

       James Taylor - g-son, 16, no occ, b. Wallasey

       Isaac Taylor - g-son,10, b. Wallasey

       Margaret Taylor - g-dau, 8, b. Wallasey

       Frederick Taylor - g-son, 3, b. Wallasey.

 

       She married Samuel Jones, b. ABT 1799 (son of Samuel Jones and Esther), occupation Labourer, Farm Labourer, Farmer.

       Samuel:  Parish church

       Found on the 1841 Eng census CHS - Wallasey, p. 36, Wallasey Lane

       Samuel JONES 40 M Farmer  Y [b. CHS]

       Johannah 40 F   Y

       Griffiths 15 M   Y

       Joseph  14 M   Y

       Margaret 7 F   Y

       Mary  2 F   Y

       Samuel  3m M   Y

       Elizabeth WARING 15 F F.S  N

       Found on the 1851 ENG census CHS - Wallasey, folio 2174, pg 245,   FHSCCD

       Samuel Jones - head, marr, 57 M, Farm lab, b. Wallasey, CHS

       Johannah Jones - wife, marr, 52 F, b. Wallasey, CHS

       Margaret Jones - dau, un, 18 F, b. Wallasey, CHS

       Mary Jones - dau, 12 F, b. Wallasey, CHS

       Samuel - son, 8 M, b. Wallasey, CHS

      

       Will of Samuel Jones - 28 March 1873

       This is the last Will and Testament of me Samuel Jones of the Countyof   Chester.  I give and devise my cottage in which I now reside  thestable  and shippon adjoining and all my household furniture  andwhatever I am  possessed of at the time of my death to my Wife  JoannaJones during her  lifetime and at her death to be divided as  follows.To my son Samuel  the house now in my occupation the clock  dining tableoak chair bed and  bed linen with the cupboard in the back  kitchen.  Tomy daughter  Margaret the chest of drawers with the books  and otherarticles  contained herein together with the interest in the  use orsale of the  stable and the shippon before mentioned between my  saiddaughter  Margaret and my grandaughter Mary Jane Leek.  I also  directmy son  Samuel to pay at his mothers death the sum of five  pounds toWilliam  Jones youngest son of my son Griffith Jones.  I  further directas I may  have power that the household furniture left  by my daughterMary Leek  to her daughter Mary Jane Leek  beforementioned and used bymy daughter  Mary and until the said Mary  Jane Leek attains the age oftwenty one  years as some slight  acknowledgment of her kindness inbringing her up.   And I do hereby  appoint my wife Joanna Jones andJoseph Barker Coal  Agent Wallasey to  be trustees and executors of thismy last Will and  Testament.  In  witness whereof I have hereunto set myhand this twenty  eighth day of  March one thousand eight hundred andseventy three.   Signed by the  testator Samuel Jones and for his lastWill and testament  in the joint  prescence of us who at his request andin the sight of him  and of each  other have hereunto subscribed ournames as witnesses.   Robert  Williams Shoemaker Wallasey, John WortleySchoolmaster Wallasey.    Proved at Chester the 4th day of December 1873by the oaths of Johanna   (in the will written Joanna) Jones widow therelict and Joseph

       Barker the Executor to whom administration was granted.  The   TestatorSamuel Jones was late of Wallasey in the County of Chester and   died onthe 18th day of April 1873 at Wallasey aforesaid.

       Under £100 no leasehold.  Charles J W Parry, District registrar.

 

                             Children:

            27.     i.     Griffiths Jones.

                      ii.   Joseph Jones.

            28.     iii.  Margaret Jones.

            29.     iv.   Mary Jones.

                      v.    Samuel Jones.

                              Samuel inherited as follows from his father, on the death of   hismother:  "To my son Samuel the house now in my occupation the   clockdining table oak chair bed and bed linen with the cupboard in the   backkitchen."

 

14.  Matilda Parr, b. ABT 1799 in Woodchurch, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 24 Jan 1859 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Grocer, Farmer, d. 19 Jan 1859 in Greasby, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

        Cheshire parish register database

       Parish register #1050

       WK Monumental inscription pg 26 #203

       Found on the 1841 ENG census, CHS, Greasby

       Matilda Barker - 35 F, GROCER, Y

       Mary Barker - 14 F, Y

       Catherine Barker - 13 F, Y

       Joseph Barker  - 11 M, Y

       Mary Jackson - 65 F, IND, Y

       William Parr, 30 M, FARMER, Y

       Found on the1851 census as Matilda Barker, aged 49 years, a Widow,born   Woodchurch, a Farmer of 10 acres living at Greasby with herdaughters   Mary and Catherine Ann and son Joseph and her brotherWilliam Parr.

       Matilda inherited from both her brother and her sister as follows:  .

       Will of Josephina Parr, died 22 November 1834

       ... I also direct that those three several fields or parcels of   landknown by the names of the big swine loons - the New Hey and the   meadowmeasuring 4.0.30 or thereabouts of Cheshire measure be equally   dividedbetween my sister Matilda Barker, my sister Mary Griffiths and   mybrother William Parr aforsaid their heirs lawfully begotten for   ever... I also give devise and bequeath all of my household   furnatureclothing and whatever else ... [to Matilda, Mary and William]

       Will of William Parr, died 11 May 1852

       ... I give devise and bequeth unto my sister Matilda Barker of   Greasbyaforesaid, My House, and outbuilding, Farmyard, front Garden,   WallGarden, and two Barn Gardens, all situate in Greasby, togrther   withall my Personal Property to which I shall be entitled at my   decease,To hold the same unto her my said sister Matilda Barker and   her heirsfor ever...

 

       She married John Barker, 12 Jun 1825 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1804 in Greasby, Wirral, Cheshire, England (son of Joseph Barker [1781 - 1824] and Kitty Washington [1782 - 1807]), buried 22 Apr 1830 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Sadler, Innkeeper, Publican, d. 19 Apr 1830 in Greasby, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

       John:  Cheshire parish register database

       WK Monumental inscription pg 26 #203

       Will of John Baker written 16 Feb 1830,

       This is the last Will and Testament of me John Barker of Greasby inthe   County of Chester Saddler.  In the first place I direct payment ofall   my just debts funeral and Testamentary Expenses be paid

       I give and devise all my Messueses and Dwelling houses with   theappurtenances and also all my Land whatsoever and wheresoever   untoPeter Guile of Newton in the said County of Chester Farmer and   WilliamParr of Greasby aforsaid Farmer their Heirs and Assigns.  To   hold thesame unto the said Peter Guile and William Parr their Heirs   andAssigns Upon the Trusts hereinafter declared.  And I give and   bequeathall my Household furniture Money and Securities for Money and   allother my Personal Estate Effects unto the said Peter Guile and   WilliamParr their Executors and inheritors and Assigns upon the   Trusthereinafter mentioned that is to say Upon Trust that the said   PeterGuile and William Parr do and shall permit and suffer my wife   Matildato have the use of my Household furnature and the Interest of   myPersonal Estate and also the rent of my Household or Dwelling   housesand Land until my son Joseph Barker shall atttain his age of   twentyone years if she shall so long continue my widow  but if my said   wifeshall Marry again then I direct the said Peter Guile and William   Parrto receive the rents and intrest of my said Messueses or   Dwellinghouses and Personal Estate and apply the same toward the   maintenanceand education of my three children Mary, Catherine Ann and   Josephuntil the said Joseph shall attain his said age of twenty one   years.

       And when my said son Joseph shall attain his said age of twenty   oneyears I give devise and bequeath unto him my said son Joseph all   myMessueses or Dwelling houses, Land and Real Estate and also   myhousehold furnature Money and Securities for Money and all other   myPersonal Estate and Effects.  To hold the same unto my said son   Josephhis Heirs, Executors, Administrators and Assigns   respectivelyaccording to the nature thereof he my said son paying unto   my saidchildren the said Mary and Catherine Ann the Sum of Two  hundred  poundsa piece, but if my said son shall not attain the said  age of  twentyone years then I give devise and bequeath unto my said  daughters  Maryand Catherine Ann All my said Real and Personal Estate  to hold  thesame unto my said daughters Mary and Catherine Ann their   Heirs,Executors, Administrators and Assigns.

       And I appoint the said Peter Guile and William Parr Executors of   thismy Will.  In witness thereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal   this16th day of February 1830.  [Witnessess signatures not readable].

       Testator died 19th April 1830.  Probate issued 31 Aug 1830.

 

                             Children:

            30.     i.     Mary Barker b. ABT 1826.

            31.     ii.   Catherine Ann Barker b. ABT 1827.

                      iii.  Joseph Barker, b. ABT 1829 in Greasby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Inn Keeper And Farmer.

                              Cheshire parish register database

                             Found on the 1861 census of Greasby

                             Joseph Barker    HEAD MAR 30 INN KEEPER & FARMER 12 ACRES   GREASBY,CHESHIRE

                             Susannah Barker WIFE MAR 25  WALLASEY, CHESHIRE

                             Mary LINARD SERV. UN 19 HOUSE SERV. IRELAND.

 

                             He married Susannah Povall Highton, ABT 1860 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1835 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England (daughter of James Highton and Susannah Povall).

 

15.  Mary Parr, b. ABT 1804, buried ABT 1856 in Woodchurch, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 4 Oct 1856 in Raby, Cheshire, England.

        Monumental inscription reads:  Also Mary wife of William Griffiths   ofRaby who departed this life on the 4th of October 1856 aged 52 years

       Affliction sore long time I bore, Physicians were in vain, Till   Christwas pleasd (sic) to give me ease, And freed me of my pain

       Mary inherited from her sister as follows:

       Will of Josephina Parr, died 22 November 1834

       ... I also direct that those three several fields or parcels of   landknown by the names of the big swine loons - the New Hey and the   meadowmeasuring 4.0.30 or thereabouts of Cheshire measure be equally   dividedbetween my sister Matilda Barker, my sister Mary Griffiths and   mybrother William Parr aforsaid their heirs lawfully begotten for   ever... I also give devise and bequeath all of my household   furnatureclothing and whatever else ... [to Matilda, Mary and William]

 

       She married William Backford Griffiths, 18 Oct 1827 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1805, buried ABT 1864 in Woodchurch, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Farmer Of 146 Acres, d. 4 Mar 1864 in Raby, Cheshire, England.

       William:  St. Mary and St. Helen's, Neston Parish register, Mf70/1-2 P149

       Monumental inscription at Woodchurch Wirral  reads:  /also   WilliamGriffiths of Raby, who Died 4th March 1864 aged 58 years.

       Found on the 1851 ENG census - Raby, Neston, CHS, piece 2173, pg 124,

       William Griffith - head, marr, 45 M, Farmer 146 acres 2 Labs,   b.Neston, CHS

       Mary Griffith - wife, marr, 56 (More likely to be 46) F, b.Woodchurch,   CHS

       Mary Griffith - dau, unmarr, 19 F, Farmer's daughter, b. Raby, CHS

       William Griffith - son, unmarr, 17 M, Employee on farm, b. Raby, CHS

       John Griffith - son, unmarr, 15 M, Scholar, b. Raby, CHS

       Alice Griffith - dau, unmarr, 11 F, Scholar, b. Raby, CHS

       Elizabethine Griffith - dau, 9 F, Scholar, B. Raby, CHS

       Thomas Griffith - son, 7 m, b. Raby, CHS

       Samuel Groces - serv

       Ellis Roberts - serv

       Will of William Griffith - 19 Aug 1862

       This is the last Will of me William Griffith of Raby in the County   ofChester Farmer.  First I appoint my sons William Griffith and   JohnGriffith to be the trustees and executors of my Will.

       I bequeath to my daughters and son Alice Griffith,   ElizabethenaGriffith and Thomas Griffith the sum of one hundred and   fifty poundseach and I direct the said legees to be paid at the end of   twelvecalendar months after my decease and I bequeath to my said   trusteesthe sum of one hundred pounds upon trust to invest same in   their namesupon ___ or real security with power for the said trustees   to vary thesaid investments at their discretion and shall pay the   income of thesaid trust money to my daughter Alice Griffith during her   life andafter her death I direct my said trustees to stand posessed  of  thesaid sum of one hundred pounds in trust for my Granddaughter   MaryAlice Lawton to be paid to her when she shall attain the age of   twentyone years but if she shall die under that age without having   issuethen I direct that the said sum of one hundred pounds shall sink   intoand form part of my residuary estate.

       I devise all the real estate and bequeath all the residue of   thepersonal estate which shall belong to me at my decease to my   saidtrustees the said William Griffith and John Griffith their   heirs,executors administrators and assigns upon trust to sell and   convertinto money my real and residuary personal estate when and as   thetrustees or trustee for the time being of my Will shall in their   orhis discretion deem it most adventageous to do so.  And I declare   thatmy said trustees shall out of the moneys to arise from the sale   andconversion of my real and personal estate and the money of which   Ishall be posessed at my death pay my debts, legacies, funeral   andtestamentary expenses and shall stand posessed of the residue of   thesaid moneys in trust for my six children Joseph Griffith,   WilliamGriffith, John Griffith, Alice Griffith, Elizabethena Griffith   andThomas Griffith to be divided among them in equal shares and if any   ofthem shall die in my lifetime without leaving issue his or her   shareshall go to the others or other of my said children.

       [This section outlines the duties and responsibilities of thetrustees]

       In witness whereof I have hereunder set my hand this nineteenth day   ofAugust one thousand eight hundred and sixty two.  Signed by   WilliamGriffith.  Witnesses John Peacock Solicitor Liverpool, Geo.   R.Rogerson his Clerk.

       On the 22nd day of March 1864 the Will of William Griffith late ofRaby   in the County of Chester Farmer deceased was proved by the oathsof   William Griffith and John Griffith the sons of the said deceasedthe   Executors named in the said Will having been first sworn duly   toadminister.

       Effects under £ 1150 to Leaseholds.

       Testator died 4th March 1864.

 

                             Children:

                      i.     Alice Griffiths.

                      ii.   Elizabethine Griffiths.

                      iii.  John Griffiths.

                      iv.   Mary Griffiths.

                      v.    Thomas Griffiths.

            32.     vi.   William Griffiths b. ABT 1833.

 

16.  Kitty Parr, b. ABT 1810 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 9 Feb 1859 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 5 Feb 1859.

        Cheshire parish register database

       Parish register #1055

       WK Monumental inscription pg 77 #693

       Will of Kitty's father, Thomas Parr - 13 Sep 1862

       And as to one other third part or share thereof in trust for such   ofthe children of my late daughter Kitty Garner deceased as shall   attainthe age of twenty one years or marry to be divided among them in   equalshares.

 

       She married John Garner, 28 Dec 1829 in Woodchurch, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1806 in Prenton, Chesire, England (son of John Garner [1754 -     ]), buried ABT 1875 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Carpenter, Joiner, House Joiner, d. 4 Oct 1875.

       John:  WK Monumental inscription pg 77 #693

       Found on the 1841 ENG census CHS - Liscard, Wallazey. FHL # 241254

       John Garner - 35, Joiner, b. CHS

       Kitty Garner - 31, b. CHS

       Catherine Garner - 10, b. CHS

       William Garner - 8, b. CHS

       Sarah Garner - 5, b. CHS

       Anne Garner - 4, b. CHS

       Jane Garner - 2, b. CHS

       Bridget Brown - 27, Field Serv

       On the1841 census there is a William who is 8 years old [b. 1833].    Onthe 1851 census William is age 2 [b. 1849]

       Found on the 1851 census CHS - Chapel Place, Birkenhead, Holy   Trinity,Wirral, folio 272

       John Garner, head, marr, M, 45, Joiner, b. CHS, Prenton

       Kitty Garner, wife, marr, F, 40, b. LAN, West Kirby

       Jane Garner, dau, unmarr, F, 12, Scholar, Liscard, CHS

       Hannah Garner, dau, unmarr, F, 9, Scholar, Liscard, CHS

       John Garner, son, unmarr, M, 5, Scholar, Irby, CHS

       William Garner, son, unmarr, M, 2, Birkenhead, CHS

       Other children of this family, Catherine Garner is found with   hergrandparents, Thomas and Sarah at West Kirby and Sarah E. Garner   iswith Charles and Jane Hancock, at Thuraston  Anne Garner is with   anaunt and uncle, Joseph and Anne [Garner] Lawton, CHS, Irby.

       Found on the 1861 census  - 4 Chapel Place, Birkenhead, dist   2643,folio 117, FHL # 543004

       John Garner, head, widower, M, 55, House Joiner, b. CHS, Prenton

       Hannah   "   , dau, unmarr, F, 19, b. CHS, Liscard

       John      "     , son, M, 16, Painter & Plumber Ap, b. CHS, Tranmere

       William  "     , son, M, 12, Scholar, b. CHS, Tranmere

       Found on the 1871 census -

       John Garner - father-in-law, wid, M, 66, joiner, b. CHS, Bebingtonwith   his son-in-law Thomas Caldicott.

 

                             Children:

                      i.     Catherine Garner, b. ABT 1830 in Upton, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Church Record, Parish of Overchurch, CHS, Baptiam, No 92,   Catherine,daughter of John and Kitty Garner, Upton, Trade; carpenter,   by Wm.Clemens, Curate.

                             Catherine Garner is enumerated with her grandparents, Thomas and   SarahParr, as follows

                             1851 census - West Kirby, Woodchurch, Wirral, folio 133, FHL film   #087166

                             Thomas Parr, head, marr, M, 70, Farmer retired, b. CHS, West Kirby

                             Sarah       "   , wife, marr, F, 68, Farmers wife, b. CHS, West Kirby

                             Catherine Garner, visitor, unmarr, F, 20, b. CHS, Upton.

            33.     ii.   Sarah Ellen Garner b. ABT 1833.

                      iii.  William Garner, b. ABT 1833, d. BEF 1849.

            34.     iv.   Ann Garner b. ABT 1835.

                      v.    Thomas Garner, b. ABT 1837 in Irby, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database.

                      vi.   Jane C Garner, b. 5 Nov 1838 in Liscard, Cheshire, England.

                              Civil Registration, cert # BXBY 762063. Dist; Wirral,   Sub-Dist;Wallasey, County of Chester, Column 147, Jane, girl, Father;   JohnGarner, occ; Joiner.  Mother; Kitty Garner formerly Parr.    Informant;John Garner, Liscard.  Place of birth; Liscard.  Registered   on 26 Nov1838 by Wm Peerl, Registrar.

                             On the 1851 census was with her parents, age 12.

                      vii. Hannah Garner, b. 9 Sep 1841 in Liscard, Cheshire, England, occupation Dressmaker.

                              Civil Registration # BXBY 757298, Dist; Wirral, Sub-dist;   Wallasey,County of Chester, Hannah, girl, Father; John Garner, occ;   Joiner.Mother; Kitty Garner formerly Parr.  Informant; John Garner,   Liscard.Place of birth; Liscard.  Registered on 5 Oct 1841 by Wm   Peerl,Registrar.

                             On the 1851 census was with parents, age 9, and on the 1861 census   waswith her father, age 19, dressmaker.

                      viii.       John Garner, b. ABT 1845 in Tranmere, Cheshire, England, occupation Painter and Plumber.

                              Parish Church of St. Peter, Liverpool, John, son of John and   KittyGarner, Tranmere, CHS, Trade; joiner, by L. G. Headlam, curate

                             1851 census - with parents, age 5, born Irby

                             1861 census - with father, age 16, born Tranmere

                             1871 census - with father & brother-in-law, Thomas B. Caldicott,   age26, Residence: Prices Lane, Birkenhead, born Bebbington.

                             Note he had a different birthplace on each census!

            35.     ix.   William Garner b. ABT 1849.

 

17.  Jane Parr, b. 22 Feb 1822 in Irby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1881 in Heswall, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Farmer's wife, Farmer, d. 16 Sep 1881 in Irby, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

        Cheshire parish register database

       Cheshire Death Index:  Hancock Jane 59 Woodchurch Wirral WOO/9/54

       Found on the 1841 census of Irby, age 18,

       Will of Jane's father Thomas Parr - As to one third part or   sharethereof upon trust for my daughter Jane Hancock for her own   absoluteuse and benefit.

       1871 ENG census CHS - Irby Village in Irby, Woodchurch, FHSC CD,   RG10/3743, fo 31, pg 5

       Jane Hancock - head, wid, 48 F, Farmer 200 acres employing 2 Ag   Labs,b. Irby

       Thomas Hancock - son, un, 22 M, Farmers son, b. Thurstaston

       Henry Hancock - son, un, 18 M, Farmers son, b. Thurstaston

       Sarah Hancock - dau, un, 27 F, Farmers dau, b. Heswell

       Elizabeth Hancock - dau, un, 24 F, Farmers dau, b. Heswell

       Jane Hancock - dau, 20 F, Farmers dau, b. Thurstaston

       Ellen Banks - serv, un, 58 F, general servant, b. Heswell

       Joseph Allcock - serv, un, 19 M, farm servant indoor, b. Woodchurch

       Found on the 1881 census - Thurstaston, FHL film 1341855, PRO RefRG11,   piece 3572, pg 6

       Jane Hancock - head, W, 59, F, b. Irby, CHS, ENG, farmer 220 acres

       Sarah Hancock - dau, U, 35, F, b. Heswall, CHS, ENG, farmers dau

       Elizabeth Hancock - dau, U, 33, F, b. Heswall, CHS, ENG, farmers dau

       Thomas Hancock - son, U, 31, M, b. Thurstaston, CHS, ENG, farmers son

       Henry Hancock - son, U, 29, M, b. Thurstaston, CHS, ENG, farmers son

       Esther Pownall - serv, U, 16, F, b. Heswall, CHS, ENG, general   serv(dom)

       Thomas Williams - serv, U, 17, b. Heswall, CHS, ENG, farm   servant(indoor)

       Charles Wilbram - serv, U, 20, M, b. Storeton, CHS, ENG, farm   serv(indoor)

       By 1881 Jane now a widow, has 220 acres and her next door   neighborisHenry Hancock who has 40 acres.

       The following is for information only.

       1881 census - Thurstaston, FHL film 1341855, PRO Ref RG11, piece   3572,pg 6

       Henry Hancock - head, M, 45, M, b. Pensby, CHS, ENG, farmer of 40acres   employing 1 man

       Martha Hancock - wife, M, 41, F, b. Great Sutton, CHS, ENG,

       Ellen Hancock - serv, U, 17, F, CHS, ENG, general servant

       Charles Hancock - serv, U, 18, M, CHS, ENG, Upton, CHS, ENG,   farmservant (indoor)

       Note servants are also named Hancock, so are probably related, theyare   not Charles and Jane.

       Will and Testament of Jane (Parr) Hancock, 19 July 1881,

       I Jane Hancock of Irby in the County of Chester Widow declare this   tobe my last Will and Testament.  I give all my property real   andpersonal except estates of inheritance vested in me as trustee   ormortgagee to my five children Sarah Hancock, Elizabeth Hancock,   ThomasHancock, Jane the wife of Joseph Jones and Henry Hancock   absolutely inequal shares and the shares of my said daughter to be for   theirrespective separate use.  I devise all estates inheritance  vested  inme as trustee or mortgagee to my son Thomas Hancock and my  son in  lawJoseph Jones subject to the trusts and equities affecting  the  samerespectively and the moneys secured on such mortgages to be  part  of mypersonal estate and I appoint the said Thomas Hancock and  Joseph  JonesExecutors of this my Will.  Lastly I revoke all the other   testamentarydispositions heretofore made by me.

       Jane Hancock - signed by the said testatrix Jane Hancock and as forher   last Will and Testament in the presence of us present at the sametime   and who at her request in her presence and in the presence ofeach   other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses _ Joseph   M.Lawton and Ann Lawton.

       Proved at Chester the 8th day of March 1882.

       The Testatrix Jane Hancock was late of Irby in the County of   ChesterWidow and died on the 16th day of September 1881 at Irby   aforsaid. £2478. 18s, no leasehold.

 

       She married Charles Hancock, 20 Apr 1843 in Woodchurch, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. 28 Feb 1810 in Heswall, Wirral, Cheshire, England (son of Henry Hancock [1775 - 1842] and Sarah Gore [1778 - 1862]), buried 3 Jun 1858 in Heswall, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Farmer, d. MAY 1858 in Irby, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

       Charles:  Cheshire parish register database

       Cheshire Death Index:  Hancock Charles 48 Woodchurch Wirral WOO/4/100

       Last Will and Testament of Charles' father, Henry Hancock, 12 Aug   1842- to my Son Charles Hancock the Sum of Two hundred Pound

       Found on the 1851 census - Thurstaston, Woodchurch, Wirral. folio   133,FHL film # 087166

       Charles Hancock, head, marr, M, 41, Farmer 287 acres employing 6 lab,b   CHS, Heswall

       Jane Hancock, wife, marr, F, 29, b. CHS, Irby

       Sarah Hancock, dau, F, 7, Scholar, b. CHS, Heswall

       Elizabeth Hancock, dau, F, 4, b. CHS, Heswall

       Thomas Hancock, son, M, 2, b. CHS, Thurstaston

       Jane Hancock, dau, F, 10 mos, CHS, Thurstaston

       Sarah E. Garner, niece, unmarr. F. 17, Gen Serv, b. CHS, Upton

       (Plus 1 Gen Serv, 1 Nurse, 6 Ag Laborer)

       In 1851 Charles Hancock had 287 acres in Thurstaston.  By 1881   hiswidow, Jane, had 220 acres and her next door neighbor, Henry   Hancockhad 40 acres.  Henry [b. 1836] is buried in the Heswall Parish   Gravesnear Charles [b. 1810] and is a relation.

 

                             Children:

                      i.     Sarah Hancock, b. ABT 1844 in Heswall, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database.

                      ii.   Elizabeth Hancock, b. ABT 1847 in Heswall, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire parish register database.

                      iii.  Thomas Hancock, b. ABT 1849 in Thurstaston, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

            36.     iv.   Jane Hancock b. ABT 1850.

                      v.    Henry Hancock, b. ABT 1852 in Thurstaston, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1889 in Heswall, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 28 Mar 1889.

                              Lot 83.  M.I. Henry yr son of Charles & Jane Hancock of Irby d. 28   Mar1889.

 

18.  Ann Parr, b. ABT 1827 in Irby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1899, d. ABT 1899.

        Cheshire parish register database

       Cheshire Death Index:  LAWTON Annie 72 Neston Wirral NES/14/26

       Found on the 1841 census of Irby, age 14.

       Will of Ann's father Thomas Parr - As to the remaining third part   orshare of the said trust monies upon trust to invest the same or   leavethe same invested in or upon any of the securities   hereinafterspecified [government, or freeholds, copyhold or leasehold   securitiesor debentures or other securities of of any Company   incorporated byAct of Parliament] for investment and pay the annual   income arisingtherefrom to my daughter Ann Lawton the wife of Joseph   Manlove Lawtonfor her life and for her separate use independently of   her present orany future husband.

 

       She married Joseph Manlove Lawton, 17 May 1849 in Woodchurch, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1823 in Heswall, Wirral, Cheshire, England (son of Joseph Lawton [1791 -     ] and Mary), buried ABT 1892, occupation Farmer, d. ABT 1892 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

       Joseph:  Cheshire parish register database, or Marlove

       Cheshire Death Index:  LAWTON Joseph Manlove 68 Neston WirralNES/12/64

       Found on the 1851 ENG census, CHS - Irby, Woodchurch, folio 109,   piece2174, FHL film # 87166

       Joseph Lawton - head, 27, Farmer of 72 acres, 2 labs, CHS, Heswall

       Anne Lawton - wife, 24, CHS, Irby

       William Lawton - son, 5 mos, CHS, Irby

       Anne Garner - niece, 15, Gen Serv, CHS, Irby (Anne is the daughter   ofJohn Garner and Kitty Parr)

       Anne Moore - serv, 38, Gen Serv, CHS, Pensby

       William Jones - serv, 19, Farm Serv, CHS, Irby

       John Griffith - serv, 16, Farm Serv, CHS, Irby

       Joseph Lawton and Ann Parr lived in Irby in 1856 when Thomas was   bornand moved to Heswall before 1863 when Mary was born.

       Found on the 1881 ENG census - Heswall, Heswall cum Oldfield, folio22,   piece 3568, FHL film # 1341854

       Joseph M. Lawton - head, marr, 57, M, Farmer of 22 acres, b.   Heswall,CHS

       Ann Lawton - wife, marr, 54, F, b. Irby, CHS

       William Lawton - son, unmar, 30, M, Farmers son, b. Irby, CHS

       Thomas P. Lawton - unmar, 25, M, Farmers son, b. Irby, CHS

       Mary M. Lawton - unmar, 18, F, b. Heswall, CHS

       Will of Joseph Manlove Lawton - 11 Jul 1883

       I Joseph Manlove Lawton of Heswall in the County of Chester   Farmerhereby revoke all testamenary dispositions heretofore made by me   anddeclare this to be my last Will and Testament which I make   thiseleventh day of July one thousand eight hundred and eighty three.    Iappoint my sons William Lawton, Joseph Lawton and Thomas Parr   Lawtonto be the executors and trustees of this my Will and they and   thesurvivors and survivor of them and the executors or administrators   ofsuch survivor or other the trustees or trustee for the time   beinghereof and hereinafter called the trustees or trustee.

       I bequeath all my consumable household stores and provisions to myWife   Ann Lawton absolutely and I bequeath to her the use and   enjoymentduring her widowhood of all my furniture and household use   and amountother than such as in hereinbefore bequeathed to her   absolutely andafter her demise or marriage again the same shall fall   into myresiduary estate.

       I devise and bequeath all the real and personal estate to which at   mydeath I shall be beneficially entitled or of which I shall have   powerto dispose beneficially by Will for any purpose I may think   proper(except what I otherwise dispose of by this my Will) unto the   saidWilliam Lawton, Joseph Lawton and Thomas Parr Lawton their   heirsexecutors and administrators upon trust to sell the said real   estate(including chattels real) and call in sell and convert into   money suchpart of my personal estate as shall not consist of money   with power topostpone such sale and conversion for such period as the   trustees ortrustee may think proper.   And I direct that the income of   mypersonal estate however invested shall from my death be treated   asincome and no part thereof shall be added to capital and that until   asale of the said real estate the trustees or trustee may lease   thesame for any term not exceeding twenty one years at the best rent   tobe reasonably obtained without taking a fine and that the rents   andprofits of my real estate or so much thereof as shall for the   timebeing remain unsold shall after payment thereout of all rates,   taxes,cash of insurance and repairs, interest on mortgages and   otheroutgoings be paid and applied to the persons and in the manner to   whomand in which the income of the produce thereof is hereinafter   directedto be paid and applied and I direct the trustees or trustee   out of themoney to arise out of the sale and conversion of my real and   personalestate and out of my ready money to pay any funeral and   testamentaryexpenses and debts and to stand possessed of the residue   of the saidmoney upon trust to invest the same in their or his names   or name inor upon some of the parliamentary stocks or public funds or   securitiesof the United Kingdom or India or upon mortgage of freehold,   copyholdor leasehold her ___ in England or Wales but not in Ireland  or  uponthe stocks, funds, shares whether ordinary preference   guaranteedpreferred or deferred bonds, mortgages, debentures,   debenture stocksor other securities of any Corporation, Company or   public body whethermunicipal, commercial or otherwise in the United   Kingdom or India butnot in any other mode of investment with power to   vary suchinvestments from time to time for others of a like nature at   theirdiscretion and to pay the annual income of the said residuary   moneysand investments to my said Wife so long as she shall remain my   widow.And after her death or marriage again then as to the said   residualmoneys and investment and the income thereof in trust for my   fourchildren the said William Lawton, Joseph Lawton and Thomas Parr   Lawtonand Mary Manlove Lawton in equal shares absolutely except that   my saidson William shall bring into account and shall account for as   part ofhis share under this my Will such part as my same son shall   receive orbut for this direction would have received of the principal   sum of twohundred pounds which I owe to the estate of my late   stepfatherBenjamin Hancock late of Heswall aforesaid Farmer and to the   residueof which estate my same son is entitled under the Will of the   saidBenjamin Hancock dated the twenty second November one thousand   eighthundred and seventy expectant on the decease or marriage again of   hisWidow. I declare that it shall be lawful for the trustees or   trusteenotwithstanding the trust hereinbefore declared from time to   time toraise any sum or sums of money which shall be requisite to   satisfy mydebts, funeral and testamentary expenses and the cash   charges andexpenses incurred carrying the trust of this my Will into   effect andto replace any mortgages or incumberances affecting my real   orleasehold estate or any part thereof whether subsisting at the time   ofmy decease or creaed under the power of this my Will and to   providethe cash and expenses of attending the exercise of this power   or forany other purpose necessary or expedient for the due execution   of thetrust of this my Will by mortgaging any part of my real or   leasholdestate with such powers of sale and other powers as my   trustees shallthink fit and that no mortgagee advancing money upon any   mortgagepurporting to be made under this power and taking the receipt   of thetrustees or trustee for the same shall to bound to see to   theapplication thereof or that such money is wanted for the   purposesaforesaid or that no more is borrowed than is wanted.

       In witness whereof I have to this my last Will and Testament   containedon this and the two preceeding sheets of paper set my hand   the day andyear first before written.  Signed by the Testator Joseph   ManloveLawton.  Witnesses; Thomas Parr Lawton. Frederick Gregory   SolicitorLiverpool, Edward H. Higgens his Clerk.

       Probate granted on 6th April 1893 to William Lawton one of   theExecutors.

 

                             Children:

                      i.     William Lawton, b. ABT 1850.

 

19.  Simon Cookson Parr, b. ABT 1812 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 20 Apr 1892 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Fisherman, d. 18 Apr 1892 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

        Cheshire parish register database

       Cheshire Death Index:  Parr Simon 79 Woodchurch Wirral WOO/12/19

       J  8  2  Monumental inscription reads:   /also of the abovenamed/Simon   PARR/who Died 18th April 1892/aged 79 years/His end waspeace/

       Found on the 1841 census of Hoose:

       Simon Parr 25 M Fisherman (Born in County)Y=Yes

       Elizabeth Parr 25 F  Y

       Elizabeth Parr 7 F  Y

       Ellen Parr 5 F  Y

       John Parr 8 M  Y

       Joseph Parr 7m M  Y

       Found on the1851 census, aged 38 years, a fisherman, born West   Kirby,living with his wife Elizabeth and children Elizabeth, Ellen,   JohnJoseph, William, Margaret and Ann.   Also living with the family   wasMary Barlow, aged 53 years, sister-in-law to Simon, being sister   tohis wife Elizabeth.

       Found on the 1861 census at 8 Seaview

       Parr   Simon             Head  Mar   48 yrs             FishermanGreat   Meolse

       Parr   Elizabeth         Wife    "      47 yrsWife and Children all   born at Hoose

       Parr   John                son   unm    22 yrs                 "

       Parr   Joseph             son      "     20 yrs                 "

       Parr   William             son      "     17yrs                 "

       Parr   Margaret          dau    "       13yrs             scholar

       Parr   Ann E                dau      "     10yrs                 "

       Barlow Mary  sister in law unm    63yrsHoose

       Found on the 1871 census at 8 Back Sea View, Hoose

       Parr      Simon       head      mar             58yrs        FishermanGreat Meolse

       Parr      Elizabeth  wife        "                57yrs                 Hoose

       Parr      Margaret  dau       unm             23 yrs            Hoose

       Parr      Annie        dau           "              20yrs                   Hoose

       Barlow  MARY   sister in law   unm        73yrs    Invalid     Hoose

       Linekar  Elizabeth  grand daughter   unm 10yrs  Attendant Hoose

       Found on the1881 census Household:

       Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace   OccupationDisability

       Simon PARR Head M Male 68 Meolse, Cheshire, England Fisherman

       Elizabeth PARR Wife M Female 67 Hoose, Cheshire, England

       Elizabeth LINEKAR Grand Daur U Female 20 Hoose, Cheshire, England

       William D. NICKOLSON Grand Son  Male 3 Everton Liverpool

       Source Information:

       Dwelling 8 Sea View

       Census Place Hoose, Cheshire, England

       Family History Library Film 1341855

       Public Records Office Reference RG11

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       Page Number 2

       Found on the 1891 census, age 78, retired fisherman living with   hiswife Elizabeth at 8 Sea View, and had two grandchildren living   withthem, Elizabeth Gardner, age 30 and Joseph Gardner age 32, joiner.

       Memorial inscription in Holy Trinity Churchyard states "also the   abovenamed Simon Parr who died 18th April 1892 aged 79 years".  He had   beenliving on Back Sea View.

 

       He married Elizabeth Barlow, 23 Oct 1833 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1813 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England (daughter of John Barlow [1767 - 1837] and Eleanor Wilkinson [1774 - 1845]), buried 9 Sep 1891 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Fisherman's Wife, d. 6 Sep 1891 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

       Elizabeth:  Cheshire parish register database

       Cheshire Death Index:  Parr Elizabeth 78 Woodchurch Wirral WOO/11/99

       J  8  2  Monumental inscription reads:  Parr  Ornate Gothic   SandstoneHeadstone on Plinth

       In affectionate remembrance/of/Elizabeth/the beloved wife   of/SimonPARR/who Died 6th September 1891/AGED 78 YEARS/"Faithful   untodeath"Rev.2.10./

       Known as Betty.

       Lived at 7 Lake Place, Hoylake.

 

                             Children:

            37.     i.     Elizabeth Parr b. 30 Aug 1834.

            38.     ii.   Ellen Parr b. ABT 1836.

            39.     iii.  John Parr b. ABT 1838.

            40.     iv.   Joseph Parr b. ABT 1840.

            41.     v.    William Parr b. ABT 1843.

            42.     vi.   Margaret Parr b. ABT 1848.

                      vii. Anne Parr, b. 24 Nov 1850 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1918, d. 13 Nov 1918.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Parr Ann Woodchurch Wirral  WOO/5/75

                             pg 51 #404  Godparents,  William Davies, John Barlow , Anne Pugh   andstranger.

                             Found on the1851 census, aged 4 months, living with her parents   andsiblings.

                             Found on the 1861 census, age 10, scholar

                             Found on the 1871 census, age 20, unmarried.

 

                             She married Thomas Parker Gill.

 

20.  John Parr, b. ABT 1814 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 11 Sep 1885 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Fisherman, d. 9 Sep 1885 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

        Cheshire parish register database

       Cheshire Death Index:  Parr John 70 Woodchurch Wirral WOO/10/40

       K  7  2  Monumental inscription reads:  /also John PARR/husband of   theabove Died Sept 9th 1885/aged70 years/Have photo of Gravestone.

       John Parr, witnessed the marriage of Simon Parr (his brother)   toElizabeth Barlow, on 23rd October 1833 at West Kirby.

       Found on the 1841 census of Hoose:

       John Parr 25 M Fisherman (Born in County)Y=Yes

       Hannah Parr 23 F  Y

       Elizabeth Parr 2 F  Y

       John Parr 5days M  Y

       Margaret Roberts 13 F FS Y

       Found on the 1851 of Hoose, a fisherman, born West Kirby, aged   38years, living with his wife Hannah age 33, and children   Elizabeth,John and Mary.

       Found on the 1861 census

       13 Back Sea view

       Parr  Hannah      Wife   mar     48yrs    fishermans wife  all   bornHoose

       Parr   Elizabeth   dau   unm     22 yrs

       Parr      Mary      dau     "        16yrs

       John and his son John age 19 are both missing from the census,   andpresumedly they were out fishing.

       Found on the1881 census

       Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace   OccupationDisability

       John PARR Head W Male 66 Hoylake Fisherman

       Source Information:

       Dwelling Back Sea View

       Census Place Hoose, Cheshire, England

       Family History Library Film 1341855

       Public Records Office Reference RG11

       Piece / Folio 3573 / 31

       Page Number 10.

 

       He married Hannah Chatterton, 26 Mar 1838 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1818 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England (daughter of John Chatterton and Ruth [1783 - 1838]), buried 26 Jul 1863 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Fisherman's Wife, d. 23 Jul 1863 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

       Hannah:  Cheshire parish register database

       Cheshire Death Index:  Parr Hannah 45 Woodchurch Wirral WOO/6/26

       K  7  2  Monumental inscription reads:  Parr  Beck  Sandstone   CelticCross on Concaved top Headstone on Plinth

       In memory of/ Hannah/wife of John Parr of Hoylake/who departed   thislife on the 23rd/of July 1863 aged 45 years/

       or Hannah Chatterton Young, Known as Ann.

 

                             Children:

            43.     i.     Elizabeth Parr b. ABT 1839.

            44.     ii.   John Parr b. ABT 1841.

            45.     iii.  Mary Parr b. ABT 1844.

 

21.  Sarah Parr, b. ABT 1816 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 22 Sep 1888 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 21 Sep 1888 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

        Cheshire parish register database

       Cheshire Death Index:  Rowlands Sarah 72 Woodchurch Wirral WOO/11/11

       Found on the1861 census aged 44 years.

 

       She married James Rowlands, ABT 1835, b. ABT 1815 in Poulton-cum-Seacombe, Wirral, Cheshire, England (son of James Rowlands [1775 - 1863]), buried ABT 1895 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Wheelwright, Farmer, Joiner, Carpenter, d. 28 Jan 1895.

       James:  Found on the 1841 census of Great Meolse:

       James Rowland 25 M Wheelwright (Born in County)Y=Yes

       Sarah Rowland 20 F  Y

       Thomas Rowland 4 M  Y

       Elizabeth Rowland 2 F  Y

       James Rowland 60 M Ag Lab Y

       Mary Parr 15 F FS Y

       Their 5 year old son, John was found with his grandfather John Parrand   15 year old Ellen Parr

      

       Found on the 1881 census - Great Meolse,

       James (Sr) Rowland - Hd, Farmer of 8 1/2 acres, marr, 68, M,   PoultonCum Seacomb, CHS

       Sarah Rowland - Wife, marr, 64, F, Gt. Meolse, CHS.

 

                             Children:

            46.     i.     John Rowlands b. ABT 1835.

            47.     ii.   Thomas Rowlands b. ABT 1838.

            48.     iii.  Elizabeth Rowlands b. ABT 1839.

                      iv.   Mary Rowlands, b. ABT 1841 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              #986.

            49.     v.    James Rowlands b. ABT 1844.

            50.     vi.   Ann Rowlands b. ABT 1846.

            51.     vii. Sarah Rowlands b. 23 Mar 1850.

                      viii.       Joseph Rowlands, b. ABT 1853 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1860 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 5 Apr 1860.

                              pg 61 #485

                             WK Monumental inscription pg 38 #332.

                      ix.   William Rowlands, b. ABT 1855 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 7 Dec 1879 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 3 Dec 1879.

                              pg 67 #536.

 

22.  Joseph Parr, b. ABT 1819 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 22 Sep 1890 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Fisherman, Mariner, Inn Keeper-Licensee,  Market Gardener, d. 17 Sep 1890 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

        Cheshire parish register database

       Chshire Death Index:  Parr Joseph 71 Woodchurch Wirral WOO/11/70

       A  12  8  Monumental inscription reads:  /also in loving   remembranceof/Joseph PARR/who Died September 17th 1890 aged 71   years/His end waspeace/

       The Tithe Apportionment of 3/1/1844 for Grange shows that Josephrented   a house and garden from John Shaw Leigh Esq.

       Found on the1851 census as a fisherman born in West Kirby aged   29years, living with his widowed father and his sister Mary and   herhusband George, together with his nephew John Rowland.

       Entry in West Kirby Parish Record shows that Joseph Parr, son of   John,Mariner of Hoylake, and Mary Ann Washington, daughter of   JohnWashington, Mariner of Hoylake, were married on 13th January 1854.

       Found on the 1861 census at 24 BACK SEA VIEW

       Parr  Joseph          head  mar     41 yrs        FishermanGreat   Meolse

       Parr   Mary A        wife    "        43yrs        Fishermans Wife        "

       Parr   Margaret E   dau    unm       5yrs        Scholar     Hoose

       Found on the 1871 census at Railway Inn, Great Meolse

       Parr            Joseph            head       mar    51yrs    Innkeeper   Great Meolse

       Parr             Mary A          wife         "      53yrs          "         "

       Parr             Margaret         dau       unm    15yrs    Bar maid    Hoylake

       Parr             John Joseph     son          "       7yrs    Scholar           "

       Washington   John  brother in law     unm    57yrs    Does anything   hecan around the house Hoylake

       Salsibury      Emma    visitor            unm    17yrs      FarmersDaughter      Upton

       Found on the 1881 census at 3 Carleton Terrace, Great Meols, Josephage   62, Market Gardener,  with his wife "Marian" i.e. Mary Ann, age63,  his  son John, his brother-in-law John Washington, and his  GrandsonWilliam  Price age 4.

 

       He married Mary Ann Washington, 13 Jan 1854 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1818 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England (daughter of John Washington [1774 - 1854] and Ellen Cookson [1788 - 1867]), buried 4 Sep 1894 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Fisherman's Wife, d. 1 Sep 1894 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

       Mary:  Cheshire parish register database

       Cheshire Death Index:  Parr Mary Ann 76 Woodchurch Wirral WOO/12/95

       A  12  8  Monumental inscription reads:  also Mary Ann PARR/wife ofthe   above who Died Sepr 1st 1894/aged 76 years/The  weary are at rest/

       Found on the 1841 census, as Mary, age 20, living with her parents.

       Found on the1851 census aged 33 years, unmarried, born West   Kirby,living at Great Meols with her parents and siblings.

       Found on the 1891 census, age 73, living with her son John and hiswife   and 2 children.

       Memorial Inscription in Hoylake Parish Churchyard states "Mary   AnnParr, wife of Jospeh, died 1.9.1894".

 

                             Children:

            52.     i.     Margaret Ellen Parr b. ABT 1855.

            53.     ii.   John Joseph Parr b. ABT 1863.

 

23.  Samuel Parr, b. ABT 1832 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 14 Jun 1905 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Fisherman, Carrier, d. 10 Jun 1905 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

        pg 85 #674.  Cheshire parish register database

       M  8  1  Monumental inscription reads:  /also the above SamuelPARR/who   departed this life June 10th 1905/aged 73 years/

       Found on the 1841 census, age 8.

       Found on the1851 census, aged 19 years, living with his parents   andsiblings.

       Found on the 1861 census at 9 The Village  Note Samuel is not   listed,likely out fishing.

       Parr    Ellen        Wife   Married 28yrs    Fishermans Wife  BornHale   Lancashire

       Parr    Mary E     dau       unm     3yrs         Hoose

       Parr    Alice        dau          "       1yr

       Found on the 1871 census, at Market Street Hoose

       Parr Ellen        wife      mar     38yrs      Fishermans wife     HaleLancashire

       Parr Mary        dau      unm     13yrs               All childrenborn   Hoose

       Parr Alice        dau        "        11yrs      scholar

       Parr Ann          dau        "          9yrs      scholar

       Parr Robert      son         "          7yrs      scholar

       Parr Elizabeth   dau         "          5yrs

       Parr Samuel      son        "           2yrs

       Parr Joseph      son         "       2 weeks

      

       Found on the 1871 census: Market Street Hoose

       Parr Ellen, wife, mar, 38yrs  Fishermans wife  born Hale Lancashire

       Mary  dau   unm  13yrs  Hoose

       Alice    "       "    11yrs  Scholar  Hoose

       Ann      "       "      9yrs      "        Hoose

       Robert son    "       7yrs      "       Hoose

       Elizabeth  dau "      5yrs               Hoose

       Samuel son    "      2 yrs              Hoose

       Joseph   "     "     2 weeks            Hoose

       Found on the 1881 census

       Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace   OccupationDisability

       Samuel PARR Head M Male 48 Chester Gt.Meolse Carrier

       Ellen PARR Wife M Female 48 Hale, Lancashire, England

       Robert PARR Son  Male 17 Chester Hoose Carrier

       Samuel PARR Son  Male 12 Chester Hoose Scholar

       Joseph PARR Son  Male 10 Chester Hoose Scholar

       Source Information:

       Dwelling Market St. Shaws Yard

       Census Place Hoose, Cheshire, England

       Family History Library Film 1341855

       Public Records Office Reference RG11

       Piece / Folio 3573 / 44

       Page Number 1

       Note:  His 3 daughters were living nearby, also on Market Street.

       Found on the 1891 census, age 58, with his wife, a son, and a   nieceCarrie L Price, age 18 born Liverpool, general servant,   domestic,living at 115 Market Street.

       Memorial inscription in Holy Trinity Churchyard states "also   SamuelParr who departed this life June 10 1905 aged 73 years".

 

       He married Ellen Taylor, 4 Nov 1856 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England, b. ABT 1832 in Hale, Lancashire, England, buried ABT 1913 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Fisherman's Wife, d. 24 Jan 1913.

       Ellen:  M  8  1  Monumental inscription reads:   /also the above EllenPARR/who   departed this life January 24th 1913/aged 80 years/"at rest/

       Memorial inscription in Holy Trinity Churchyard, Hoylake states   "alsothe above Ellen Parr who departed this life January 24th 1913   aged 80yrs".

 

                             Children:

            54.     i.     Mary Eliza Parr b. ABT 1858.

                      ii.   Alice Parr, b. ABT 1859 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Parr Alice Woodchurch Wirral  WOO/9/95

                             pg 83 #657

                             born to Samuel and Elizabeth.

                             Found on the 1861 census, age 1 year.

                             Found on the 1871 census, age 11, scholar

                             Found on the 1881 census

                             Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace   OccupationDisability

                             Mary Eliza PARR Head U Female 23 Chester Hoose Dressmaker

                             Alice PARR Sister U Female 21 Chester Hoose

                             Elizabeth Ellen PARR Sister  Female 15 Chester Hoose

                             Source Information:

                             Dwelling Market St.Garden Cott.

                             Census Place Hoose, Cheshire, England

                             Family History Library Film 1341855

                             Public Records Office Reference RG11

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                             Page Number 10.

                      iii.  Anne Parr, b. ABT 1861 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 12 Nov 1878 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 9 Nov 1878 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Parr Ann Woodchurch Wirral  WOO/11/8

                             pg 92 #732

                             Cheshire Death Index:  Parr Ann 17 Woodchurch Wirral WOO/8/94

                             M  8  1  Monumental inscription reads:  Parr    Gothic   SandstoneHeadstone with Kerbstones and Footstone

                             In affectionate remembrance of/Anne/the beloved daughter/ of Samueland   Ellen PARR/

                             who departed this life November 9th 1878/ aged 17 years/(Come to   thathappy land far far away)/  (PR pg 91, line 712)

                             Found on the 1871 census, age 9, scholar

                             Memorial inscription in Holy Trinity Churchyard, Hoylake, states "   Inaffectionate remembrance of Anne the beloved daughter of Samuel   andEllen Parr who departed this life 9 Nov 1878, 17 years.   Come to   thathappy land far far away".

            55.     iv.   Robert Parr b. ABT 1863.

                      v.    Elizabeth Ellen Parr, b. ABT 1865 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Assistant to Green Grocer, Dressmaker.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Parr Elizabeth Ellen Woodchurch WirralWOO/12/38

                             pg 18 #141B

                             Found on the 1871 census, age 5.

                             Found on the 1881 census

                             Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace   OccupationDisability

                             Mary Eliza PARR Head U Female 23 Chester Hoose Dressmaker

                             Alice PARR Sister U Female 21 Chester Hoose

                             Elizabeth Ellen PARR Sister  Female 15 Chester Hoose

                             Source Information:

                             Dwelling Market St.Garden Cott.

                             Census Place Hoose, Cheshire, England

                             Family History Library Film 1341855

                             Public Records Office Reference RG11

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                             Page Number 10

                             Was witness at the marriage of her brother Samuel Parr to Julia   Nodenat Holy Trinity Church, Hoylake on 9th June 1891.

            56.     vi.   Samuel Parr b. ABT 1868.

            57.     vii. Joseph Parr b. ABT MAR 1871.

 

24.  Joseph Parr, b. ABT 1840 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 10 Nov 1900 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Agricultural labourer, labourer, coal merchant, d. 7 Nov 1900 in Saughall Massie, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

        Cheshire Birth Index:  Parr Joseph Woodchurch Wirral  WOO/1/67   orWOO/1/89

       #917.  Cheshire parish register database

       Cheshire Death Index:  Parr Joseph 60 Woodchurch Wirral WOO/15/19

       A  6  18  Monumental inscription reads:  Parr, In loving   memoryof/Joseph/the beloved husband of Mary Parr/who Died 7th   November1900/aged 60 years/His end was peace/

       Christening March or April?

       Found on the 1841 census, age 1.  (have printout of 1841 census)

       Found on 1851 census, aged 11 years, living with his parents   andsiblings.

       Found on the 1861 census, age 21, single, at home,   agriculturallabourer

       Found on the 1881 census  - Road, Moreton, CHS, ENG, FHL film   1341855,piece 3573, folio 69, pg 6

       Joseph Parr - Head, M, 41, b. West Kirby, CHS, ENG, Farmer of 4 Acres

       Mary Parr - Wife, M, 40, b. Moldsworth, CHS, ENG

       James Parr - Son, U, 18, b. Moreton, CHS, ENG, Farmers Son

       Eliza Parr - Dau, U, 16, b. West Kirby, CHS, ENG

       Martha Parr - Dau, 12, b. Moreton, CHS, ENG

       Saml Parr - Son, 9, b. Moreton, CHS, ENG, Scholar

       William Parr - Son, 6, b. Moreton, CHS, ENG, Scholar

       Robert Parr - Son, 2, b. Moreton, CHS, ENG

       Burial record reads Joseph Parr, Saughall Massie, Nov. 10, 1900, age60   years.

 

       He married Mary Thomas, ABT 1862 in Birkenhead, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1841 in Moldsworth, Cheshire, England, buried ABT DEC 1911 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 27 Dec 1911.

       Mary:  A  6  18  Monumental inscription reads:  /also Mary his wife/whopassed   away 27th December 1911/aged 70 years/.

 

                             Children:

            58.     i.     James Parr b. ABT 1863.

                      ii.   Eliza Parr, b. ABT 1865 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1912 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 4 Aug 1912.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Parr Eliza Woodchurch Wirral  WOO/11/100

                             Private Baptism

                             A  6  18  Monumental inscription reads:  /also Eliza daughter of   theabove/who passed away 4th August 1912/aged 47 years/.

                      iii.  Martha Parr, b. ABT 1868 in Moreton, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Parr Martha Woodchurch Wirral  WOO/13/32.

                      iv.   Samuel Parr, b. ABT 1871 in Moreton, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1947 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 19 May 1947.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Parr Samuel Woodchurch Wirral  WOO/14/40

                             D  2  40  Monumental inscription reads:  /also the   above/SamuelPARR/beloved husband of Alice/who Died 19th May 1947/aged   75 years/"In God's care"/.

 

                             He married (1) Sarah Alice, b. ABT 1886, buried ABT 1955 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 11 Jul 1955.

                             Sarah:  D  2  40  Monumental inscription reads:  /also the above/Sarah   AlicePARR/who Died 11th July 1955/aged 69 years/"Rest in peace"/.

                             He married (2) Margaret Owens, 8 Apr 1912 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1871 (daughter of John Owens), buried ABT 1920 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 10 Mar 1920.

                             Margaret:  D  2  40  Monumental inscription reads"  Parr  Ornate White   MarbleHeadstone on Plinth Lead Lettering

                             In/loving memory of/Margaret/wife of Samuel PARR/who Died 10th   March1920/aged 49 years/"Thy will be done"/.

 

                      v.    William Parr, b. ABT 1875 in Moreton, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1956 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 12 Mar 1956.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Parr William Woodchurch Wirral  WOO/15/51

                             H  14  5  Monumental inscription reads:  /also William Parr  brotherof   above/died on the 12th day of March 1956 in his 82nd year/.

                      vi.   Robert Parr, b. ABT 1879 in Moreton, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1954 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 18 Feb 1954.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Parr Robert Woodchurch Wirral  WOO/16/91

                             H  14  5  Monumental inscription reads:  Parr, In loving   memoryof/Robert PARR/who was called to rest on the/18th day of Feby   1954 inhis 76th year/.

 

25.  John Parr, b. 30 Nov 1847 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Agricultural servant, labourer.

        Found on the 1861 census, age 14, agricultural servant.

       Found on the 1901 census at New Brighton, Wallasey:

       John Parr age 54, District Road Labourer, worker, born Great   Meols,with his wife Margaret age 52, born Wallasey, and their   childrenWilliam age 28, single, Professional bar tender, worker,   bornWallasey. Margaret, age 24, single, dressmaker, worker at home,   bornWallasey.  Thomas, single, age 20, Postman or Portman CioM,   worker,born Wallasey.   Enoch age 15, Baker breadmaker,  worker, born   UpperBrighton, and Dorothy age 8, born Upper Brighton.

 

       He married Margaret Davies, 25 Dec 1869 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England, b. 23 May 1849 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Laundress.

       Margaret:  from Family Bible

       Dates and places for children's baptisms and deaths came from   DorothyAnn Williams, a family relative and were taken from a family   bible.(from Eve Roberts)  It is uncertain if they are birth of   baptismdates.

 

                             Children:

            59.     i.     Eliza Parr b. 24 Sep 1871.

                      ii.   William Parr, b. ABT 1873 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Gardener.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Parr William Wallasey Wirral WAL/24/70.Suttons   Cottages, Upper Brighton.

            60.     iii.  John Parr b. ABT 1874.

                      iv.   Margaret Parr, b. 23 Sep 1876 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Parr Margaret Wallasey Wirral WAL/28/90.Suttons   Cottages, Upper Brighton.

 

                             She married Frederick Roe, 3 Jul 1906 in New Brighton, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1881 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                             Frederick:  Cheshire Birth Index:  ROE Frederick Wallasey Wirral WAL/35/34.

 

                      v.    Samuel Parr, b. 28 Feb 1878 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 14 Nov 1879 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 11 Nov 1879 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Parr Samuel Wallasey Wirral WAL/30/68.    SuttonsCottages, Upper Brighton

                             Cheshire Death Index:  Parr Samuel 1 Wallasey Wirral WAL/17/73

                             Rake Lane Cemetery

                             Died at Seacombe.

            61.     vi.   Thomas Parr b. 21 Apr 1880.

            62.     vii. Robert Parr b. 20 Aug 1883.

                      viii.       Enoch Parr, b. ABT 1885 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Parr Enoch Wallasey Wirral   WAL/42/4SuttonsCottages, Upper Brighton.

                      ix.   Edward Parr, b. ABT 1887 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1888, d. 3 Dec 1888 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Parr Edward Wallasey Wirral WAL/44/94.    SuttonsCottages, Upper Brighton

                             Cheshire Death Index:  Parr Edward 1 Wallasey Wirral WAL/25/39

                             Rake Lane Cemetery.

                      x.    Joseph Parr, b. 17 Apr 1889 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1890 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 9 Oct 1890 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Parr Joseph Wallasey Wirral WAL/48/33.    SuttonsCottages, Upper Brighton

                             St. James Parish Church

                             Cheshire Death Index:  Parr Joseph 1 Wallasey Wirral WAL/27/36

                             Rake Lane Cemetery.

                      xi.   Mary Parr, b. 17 Apr 1889 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 29 Dec 1891 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 26 Dec 1891 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Parr Mary Wallasey Wirral   WAL/48/33SuttonsCottages, Upper Brighton

                             St. James Church

                             Cheshire Death Index:  Parr Mary 2 Wallasey Wirral WAL/28/80

                             Rake Lane Cemetery.

                      xii. Dorothy Parr, b. 13 Oct 1892 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Parr Dorothy Wallasey Wirral WAL/55/26.Suttons   Cottages, Upper Brighton

                             St. James' Church.

                      xiii.       Edith Mary Parr, b. ABT 1894 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Suttons Cottages, Upper Brighton

                             St. James' Church.

 

26.  Mary Parr, b. ABT 1848 in Great Meolse, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1909 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Laundress, d. 29 Jun 1909.

        Cheshire Birth Index:  Parr Mary Woodchurch Wirral  WOO/4/71

       pg 42 #332

       A  7  10  Monumental inscription reads:  /also the above named   MarySHERLOCK/who departed this life June 29th 1909/aged 61 years/"Rest   yein the Lord"/

       Mary lost her husband July 2 1878, then gave birth to a son who diedon   24th August 1878, so she lost husband and infant son within 2months  of  each other.

       Found on the1881 census aged 32 years, born Meolse, a widow working   asa laundress, living at Bank Road, Hoose, with her children Eliza   J,Margaret, Minnie E, and Mary E Sherlock.   Also living with her   wasEliza Parr, Mother, aged 80 years, born West Kirby, formerly   alaundress, and two lodgers.

       Found on the 1891 census, Mary age 42 lodging house keeper, with   3daughters 4 others.

       Monumental inscription for Holy Trinity, Hoylake:  Mary Sherlock   June29th 1909 61 years.

 

       She married Joseph Sherlock, b. ABT 1846 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England (son of Peter Sherlock [1806 - 1885] and Jane Silcock [1807 - 1875]), buried 5 Jul 1878 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Fishermen, Labourer, Carrier, d. 2 Jul 1878.

       Joseph:  pg 35 #281

       A  7  10  Monumental inscription reads:  /also of the   abovenamed/Joseph SHERLOCK/who Died July 2nd 1878 aged 32 years/"In   themidst of life we are in death"/.

 

                             Children:

            63.     i.     Eliza Jane Sherlock b. ABT 1870.

                      ii.   Sarah Sherlock, b. ABT 1871 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 16 Jun 1872 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 14 Jun 1872.

                              pg 59 #470

                             A  7  10  Monumental inscription reads:  Sherlock  Curved   SandstoneHeadstone

                             Sacred to the memory of/Sarah/daughter of/Joseph and Mary   SHERLOCK/whodeparted this life June 14th 1872/aged 9 months/"Watch and   pray"/.

                      iii.  Margaret Sherlock, b. ABT 1872 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              pg 68 #542

                             Found on the1881 census aged 8 years, scholar.

                      iv.   Minnie Ellen Sherlock, b. ABT 1874 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              pg 82 #652

                             Found on the1881 census aged 6 years, scholar.

                             Found on the 1891 census, age 16.

 

                             She married John Eccles, ABT 1900, b. ABT 1869 (son of George Eccles [1849 -     ] and Martha Evans [1851 -     ]), occupation Lightship Seaman.

                             John:  Family was living at Toxteth Grove, Liverpool, Lancs in 1896.

 

            64.     v.    Mary Emily Sherlock b. ABT 1876.

                      vi.   Samuel Parr Sherlock, b. ABT 1877 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 11 Jan 1878 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 8 Jan 1878 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              pg 103 #821

                             A  7  10  Monumental inscription reads:  /also Samuel ParrSHERLOCK/son   of the above/who Died January 8th 1878/aged 5 months

                             pg 87 #682.

                      vii. Joseph Sherlock, b. 24 Jul 1878 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 26 Aug 1878 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 24 Aug 1878 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              pg 112 #894

                             A  7  10  Monumental inscription reads:  /also Joseph son of the   above(Joseph)/who Died August 24th 1878 aged 4 weeks/.

 

 

Generation Five

 

27.  Griffiths Jones.

 

                             Children:

                      i.     William Jones.

                              Inherited from his grandfather Samuel Jones as follows:  " I   alsodirect my son Samuel to pay at his mothers death the sum of   fivepounds to William Jones youngest son of my son Griffith Jones."

 

28.  Margaret Jones.

        Margaret inherited as follows from her father, on the death of   hermother:  To my daughter Margaret the chest of drawers with the   booksand other articles contained herein together with the interest in   theuse or sale of the stable and the shippon before mentioned between   mysaid daughter Margaret and my grandaughter Mary Jane Leek.

 

       She married Joseph Taylor, occupation Stonemason.

 

                             Children:

                      i.     Frederick Taylor.

            65.     ii.   Isaac Taylor b. ABT 1871.

                      iii.  James Taylor.

                      iv.   Margaret Taylor.

            66.     v.    Mary Taylor b. ABT 1883.

 

29.  Mary Jones.

        Mary had the use of her daughter's inheritance as follows"  I   furtherdirect as I may have power that the household furniture left by   mydaughter Mary Leek to her daughter Mary Jane Leek beforementioned   andused by my daughter Mary and until the said Mary Jane Leek attains   theage of twenty one years as some slight acknowledgment of her   kindnessin bringing her up.

 

       She married Leek.

 

                             Children:

                      i.     Mary Jane Leek.

 

30.  Mary Barker, b. ABT 1826 in Greasby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Shopkeeper.

        Cheshire parish register database

       Found on the 1881 census

       Joseph WILKINSON Head M Male 54 Saughall, Cheshire, England   MasterSaddler

       Mary WILKINSON Wife M Female 55 Greasby, Cheshire, England Shop   Keeper(Genl)

       John B. HEAVYSEGE Son U Male 24 Birkenhead, Cheshire, England   SchoolMaster

       Walter C. HEAVYSEGE Son U Male 18 Greasby, Cheshire, EnglandWatchmaker

       Matilda J. HEAVYSEGE Daur U Female 22 Birkenhead, Cheshire, England   NoOccupation

       Source Information:

       Dwelling Greasby

       census Place Greasby, Cheshire, England

       Family History Library Film 1341855

       Public Records Office Reference RG11

       Piece / Folio 3572 / 42

       Page Number 4.

 

       She married (1) William Heavysege, 4 Dec 1855 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1828 (son of Thomas Heavysege), occupation Carrier, d. ABT 1862.

       William:  Cheshire Death Index:  HEAVYSEGE William 34 Woodchurch Wirral WOO/6/7.

 

                             Children:

                      i.     John B Heavysege, occupation School Master.

                      ii.   Matilda J Heavysege.

                      iii.  Walter C Heavysege, occupation Watchmaker.

 

       She married (2) Joseph Wilkinson, occupation Master Saddler.

 

31.  Catherine Ann Barker, b. ABT 1827 in Greasby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Farmer's wife.

        Cheshire parish register database.

 

       She married William Griffiths, 28 Mar 1860 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1833 in Raby, Cheshire, England (son of William Backford Griffiths [1805 - 1864] and Mary Parr [1804 - 1856]), buried ABT 1894, occupation Farmer, d. ABT 1894 in Woodchurch, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

       William:  St. Mary and St. Helen's

       Found on the 1861 census of Greasby

       William Griffiths HEAD MAR 27 FARMER 27 ACRES RABY, CHESHIRE

       Catherine Ann Griffiths WIFE MAR 30  GREASBY, CHESHIRE

       Matilda Griffiths DAUR  3mos  GREASBY, CHESHIRE

       1871 ENG census - CHS, Greasby, pc 3743, fo 44, pg 5, FHSC CD, Vol   9,Wirral

       William Griffith - head, marr, 38 M, Farmer 21 acres 1 Lab, b.   Raby,CHS

       Catherine A Griffith - wife, marr, 43 F, Farmer's wife, b. Greasby,CHS

       Matilda Griffith - dau 10 F, Scholar, b. Greasby, CHS

       Mary E Griffith - dau 8 F, Scholar, b. Greasby, CHS

       Catherine Griffith - dau 5 F, Scholar, b. Greasby, CHS

       Sarah J Griffith - dau 2 F, b. Greasby, CHS

       1881 ENG census, CHS, Greasby, piece 3572, folio 43, pg 6, FHL   Britishcensus CD

       William Griffith - head, marr, 47 M, Farmer of 34 acres, b. Raby, CHS

       Catherine A. Griffith - wife, marr, 53 F, Farmer's wife, b.   Greasby,CHS

       Matilda Griffith - dau, un, 20 F, Farmer's dau, b. Greasby, CHS

       Mary Griffith - dau, un, 18 F, Farmer's dau, b. Greasby, CHS

       Catherine Griffith - un, 15 F, Apprentice to Drapery, b. Greasby, CHS

       Sarah J. Griffith - un, 12 F, Scholar, b. Greasby, CHS.

 

                             Children:

                      i.     Matilda Griffiths, b. ABT 1861 in Greasby, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

 

                             She married Thomas Strong, 6 May 1896 in Frankby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1835 in Caldy, Wirral, Cheshire, England (son of William Strong [1807 - 1886] and Catharine Davies [1813 - 1899]), occupation Farmer Of 188 Acres.

                             Thomas:  Cheshire parish register database

                             of Newton and Larton

                             1871 ENG census - CHS, Newton, Frankby, 3743, fo 50, pg 15, FHS of CCD

                             Thomas Strong - head, marr, 36 M, Farmer 188 acres, 4 men & 1 boy,   b.Caldy, CHS

                             Elizabeth Strong - wife, marr, 31 F, b. Caldy, CHS

                             Joseph Really - father in law, marr, 70 M, Retired farmer, b.   Caldy,CHS

                             Elizabeth Really - mother in law, marr, 72 F, b. Thurstaston, CHS

                             W Smallwood - serv, 14 M, un, Farm servant, b. Heswall, CHS

                             Joseph Halton - nephew, 18 M, un, Farm servant, b. Caldy CHS

                             Robert Didsbury - serv, 55 M, un, Farm servant, b. Upton, CHS

                             John Pugsley - serv, un, 27 M, Farm servant, b. Huntsham

                             Mary E Murray - serv, un, 23 F, ___, b. West Kirby, CHS

                             Anne Clark - serv, un, 45 F, Domestic serv, b. Caldy

                             1881 ENG census - CHS, Newton with Larton, Rg 11, piece 3572, folio50,   pg 19, FHL CD

                             Thomas Strong - head, marr, 45 M, Farmer of 188 acres, 3 labs, 1   boy,b. Caldy, CHS

                             Elizabeth Strong - wife, marr, 40 F, Caldy, CHS

                             Joseph REALY - nephew, un, 18 M, Farmers boy, b. West Kirkby, CHS

                             David Williams - serv, un, 22 M, Farmers man (Ag Lab), b.   Brynoryn,Caernarvon, WLS

                             Samuel Griffith - serv, un, 51 M, Farmers man (Ag Lab),   SaughallMassie, CHS

                             Ann CLARK - serv - serv, un, 55 F, Gen Serv, b. Caldy, CHS

                             Ellen SALISBURY - serv, un, 15 F, Gen serv, b. Saughall Massie, CHS

                             1891 ENG census - CHS, Wirral, Grange, Frankby, 2876, fo _, pg 6,   copyof doc.

                             Thomas Strong - head, widr, 55 M, Farmer, b. Caldy, CHS

                             Ellen G Kitchen - niece, sing, 22 F, House keeper, b.   Everton,Liverpool, LAN

                             Thomas W Huntington - nephew, sing, 21 M, ____ apprentice, b.   Everton,Liverpool, LAN

                             Jane Molyneux - serv, sing, 35 F, Servant domestic, b. Caldy, CHS

                             Found on the 1901 census - CHS, Wirral, West Kirby, Grange, RG   13,piece 3386, folio 40, pg 8,

                             Thomas Strong - head, marr, 65 M, Farmer, employer, b. Caldy, CHS

                             Matilda Strong - wife, marr, 40 F, b. Greasby, CHS

                             Ellen G. Kitchen - niece, sing, 32 F, b. Everton, LAN

                             Robert H. Strong - bro, marr, 58 M, Retired farmer, b. Caldy, CHS

                             Mary Strong - sister in law, marr, 55 F, b. Crosly, LAN

                             Alfred Corues - serv, sing, 18 M, Cowman on the Farm, worker,   b.Birkenhesd, CHS.

 

            67.     ii.   Mary Emily Griffiths b. ABT 1863.

                      iii.  Catherine A Griffiths, b. ABT 1866 in Greasby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Draper's Apprentice.

 

                             She married Alexander Fee, 27 Oct 1898 in Birkenhead, Wirral, Cheshire, England (son of Alexander Fee), occupation Fireman.

 

                      iv.   Sarah Jane Griffiths, b. ABT 1869.

 

32.  William Griffiths (See marriage to number 31.)

      

33.  Sarah Ellen Garner, b. ABT 1833 in Birkenhead, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation General Servant, Domestic Servant, d. ABT 1884.

        Upton

       1851 census - Thurstaston, Woodchurch, Wirral. folio 133, FHL film   #087166

       Sarah E. Garner is with her aunt and uncle, Charles and Jane   Hancockand family at Thurstaston, Cheshire, as a general servant, born   Upton.In 1859 was at Daulby St. in Liverpool.

       Moved bet. 1871 - 1874, from Birkenhead, Cheshire to   Allerton,Yorkshire where they lived on Nilson St, and at 16 James St.

       Sarah E was present at the death of daughter Sarah E B on 20 Nov 1884

       1881 census - James St, Allerton, Yorks roll 4472, folio 32, pg 13,GSU   film 1342070

       Caldicott, Sarah Ellen, head, wid, 47, F, occ; - - - , b. CHS, Upton

       Caldicott, John Barclay, son, unmarr, 21, M, Stone Mason, b. CHS,Upton

       Caldicott, Charles, son, unmarr, 20, M, Stone Mason, b. CHS, Oxton

       Caldicott, Sarah Ellen, daur, unmarr, 17, F, Spinner (Wors+, b.   CHS,Oxton

       Caldicott, Robert Barclay, son, - , 13, M, Scholar, b. CHS, Oxton

       Caldicott, William Barclay, son, - , 10, M, Scholar, b. CHS, Oxton

       Note; Barclay = Bartley

       Sarah Ellen's husband died between 1873, the birth of Annie, and   the1881 census, leaving her a widow with 5 of her 9 children living.

       It is known by the family that Robert and William went to the US   in1889 or1890.  (Robert's immigration was found in 1889.) Their   sisterSarah Ellen had died in 1884 and their brother Charles dies in   1895.in England  Either John went and married in the USA, or John and   hiswife Annie, or Annie as a widow went with them, as it seems   sheremarried in 1899, before the 1900 NY census.  (Perhaps rather   thanRobert and William going, it was Robert and John that went to   theUSA?)  William dies in 1903 in England.

       Note John and Sarah's children's baptism dates may be their   birthdates.

 

       She married Thomas Bartley Caldicott, 27 Feb 1859 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England, b. 7 Jun 1835 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England (son of Charles Caldicott and Mary Bartley), buried ABT 1871 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Master butcher, d. 19 Nov 1871.

       Thomas:  WK Monumental inscription pg 67 #581

       Residence: 1859, London Rd, Liverpool, Lancashire, England

       Found on the 1871 census  - Prices Lane, Oxton, Birkenhead, CHS,   FHLfilm # 842142

       Thomas B. Caldicott - head, marr, M, 34, butcher, b.  Liverpool, Lancs

       Sarah E. Caldicott - wife, marr, F, 36, b. CHS, Upton

       John B. Caldicott - son, M, 11, scholar, b. CHS, Upton

       Charles Caldicott- son, M, 10, scholar, b. CHS, Upton

       Sarah E. Caldicott - dau, F, 7, scholar, b. CHS, Oxton

       Robert Caldicott  - son, M, 3, b. CHS, Oxton

       William Caldicott - son, M, 10 mo, b. CHS, Oxton

       John Garner - father in law, wid, M, 66, joiner, b. CHS, Bebington

       John Garner, Jr - brother in law, unmarr, M, 26, painter & plumber,   b.CHS, Bebington

       William Garner - brother in law, unmarr, M, 22, ship joiner, b.   CHS,Birkenhead.

 

                             Children:

            68.     i.     John Bartley Caldicott b. 5 Oct 1859.

            69.     ii.   Charles Caldicott b. 6 Mar 1861.

                      iii.  Thomas Bartley Caldicott, b. 23 Jul 1862 in Oxton, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1863, d. 27 Jun 1863 in Oxton, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cert # BXBY 629573, Registration Dist; Birkenhead, Sub-dist;   Tranmere,Cty; Chester, column #40, Father; Thomas Bartley   Caldicott,occupation; butcher master.  Mother; Sarah Ellen Garner.    Place ofbirth; Evans Place, Oxton, Registered 13 Jul 1862 by John   Langley,Registrar.  Cheshire Birth Index:  Caldicott Thomas Bartley   TranmereWirral TRA/2/10

                             Cert # DZX 572735, District of Birkenhead, Sub dist of Tranmere,County   of Chester, Column #488, Thomas Bartley Caldicott, male, 11mos, son  of  Thomas Bartley Caldicott, Butcher Master, cause;  DentitionExhaustion,  informant; T B Caldicott present at the death,  EvansCottages, Oxton

                             Lived at Evans Place.

                      iv.   Sarah Ellen Caldicott, b. 6 Mar 1864 in Oxton, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1884, occupation Spinner of worsted, Yarn twister, d. 20 Nov 1884 in Allerton, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.

                              Cert # BXBY 629173, Registration Dist; Birkenhead, Sub-dist;   Tranmere.Cty; Chester.  Cheshire Birth Index:  Caldicott Sarah Ellen   BartleyTranmere Wirral TRA/3/92

                             Cert # DXZ 606578, Registration Dist; Bradford, Sub Dist;   Wilsden,County of Yorkshire

                             Found on the 1881 census, age 17, lived at Eveans Place and moved   toAllerton.

                      v.    Annie Caldicott, b. 27 Jan 1866 in Oxton, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1866, d. 7 Feb 1866 in Oxton, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cert # BXBY 629184, Registration Dist; Birkenhead, Sub   District;Tranmere, Cty; Chester 27th January 1866 Annie Caldicott was   born atNorthwood Terrace, Oxton.   Father:   Thomas Bartley   Caldicott,Butcher journeyman, Mother: Sarah Ellen Garner.   Birth   registered on5th February 1866.  Cheshire Birth Index:  Caldicott   Annie TranmereWirral TRA/6/45

                             Cert # DXZ 604056, Registration Dist; Birkenhead, Sub Dist:   Tranmere,County of Chester, col 407,  Annie Caldicott, female aged 11   days,Died on 7th February 1866 at Norwood Terrace, Oxton, daughter   ofThomas Bartley Caldicott, Butcher Journeyman.   Cause of   death:Convulsions, no medical attendant, as certified by the X mark of   MaryWilliams, in attendance, of Williams Place, Oxton.

                      vi.   Robert Bartley Caldicott, b. 28 Dec 1868 in Oxton, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1896, d. 31 Jan 1896 in New York, New York, USA.

                              Cert # BXBY 686786, Reg Dist; Birkenhead, Sub-dist; Tranmere, Countyof   Chester.  Cheshire Birth Index:  (1867)  Caldicott Robert   BartleyTranmere Wirral TRA/9/9

                             1881 ENG census, Allerton, YKS - with widowed mother, age13

                             Immigration: July 1889, England  to New York City.

                      vii. Thomas Caldicott, b. 8 Sep 1869 in Oxton, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1869, d. 14 Sep 1869 in Oxton, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cert # DXZ 552367, Registration dist; Birkenhead, Sub-dist;   Tranmere,Cty of Chester, column #404, Thomas Caldicott, male, age 6   days Died14 Sep 1869 at Prices Lane, Oxton.  Son of Thomas Bartley   Caldicott,Butcher.  Cause; Cyonosis since birth, certified. Informant;   S ECaldicott, present at death.

            70.     viii.       William Bartley Caldicott b. 24 Sep 1870.

                      ix.   Annie Caldicott, b. ABT SEP 1873 in Allerton, Bradford, Yorkshire, England, buried ABT 1874, d. 7 Jun 1874 in Allerton, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.

                              Cert # DXZ 628780, Reg Dist; Bradford. Sub-dist; Wilsdon, County   ofYork, Col #105, female, age 9 mos Died at Nilson St, Allerton, dau   ofSarah Ellen Caldicott, a domestic servant.  Cause; Inflamation   oflungs, certified.  Mother present at death.

 

34.  Ann Garner, b. ABT 1835 in Irby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1901 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 4 Oct 1901 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

        Cheshire parish register database

       WK Monumental inscription pg 77 #693

       1851 ENG census, CHS - Irby, Woodchurch, folio 109, piece 2174,   FHLfilm # 87166

       Joseph Lawton, head, 27, Farmer of 72 acres, 2 labs, CHS, Heswall

       Anne Lawton, wife, 24, CHS, Irby

       William Lawton, son, 5 mos, CHS, Irby

       Anne Garner, niece, 15, Gen Serv, CHS, Irby

       Anne Moore, serv, 38, Gen Serv, CHS, Pensby

       William Jones, serv, 19, Farm Serv, CHS, Irby

       John Griffith, serv, 16, Farm Serv, CHS, Irby

      

       Last Will and Testament of Thomas Parr (Ann's grandfather)

       And as to one other third part or share thereof in trust for such   ofthe children of my late daughter Kitty Garner deceased as shall   attainthe age of twenty one years or marry to be divided among them in   equalshares.  And I further direct and declare that in case any of   thechildren of my late daughter Kitty Garner shall be under the age   oftwenty one years at my death it shall be lawful for my said   trusteesat their direction to apply the whole or any part of the   annual income(and if deemed necessary any part of the principal)  of   thepresumptive share of each such child during his or her minority in   ortowards his or her maintenance and education or otherwise for his   orher benifit.

 

       She married Henry Booth, 4 Mar 1858 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England, b. ABT 1830 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England (son of George Booth [1800 - 1880] and Margaret Little [1796 - 1855]), buried ABT 1904 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, census 1851 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Boot and Shoe Maker, Beer House Keeper, d. 14 Mar 1904 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

       Henry:  Cheshire parish register database

       WK Monumental inscription pg 77 #693

       Found on the 1841 census of West Kirby age 11

      

       Found on the 1851 census:  Henry Booth - son, un, 21, shoemaker,   b.West Kirby

      

       1871 ENG census, CHS - Sunnyside, West Kirby, 10/4743, fo 56, pg   1,FHSC CD

       Henry Booth - head, marr, 41M, Boot and shoe maker, b. West Kirby, CHS

       Ann Booth - wife, marr, 35 F, b. Irby, CHS

       Kate G. Booth - dau, un, 12 F, Scholar, b. West Kirby, CHS

       George H. Booth - son, un, 8 M, Scholar, b. West Kirby, CHS

       Margaret E. Booth - dau, un, 5 F, Scholar, b. West Kirby, CHS

       Ann Jane Booth - dau, un, 3 F, b. West Kirby, CHS

       Samuel A. Booth - son, 1 M, b. West Kirby, CHS

      

       1881 ENG census, CHS - Grange Road, West Kirby, folio 57, piece   3572,pg 6

       Henry Booth - head, marr, 51, M, Shoemaker, b. West Kirby, CHS

       Ann Booth - wife, marr, 45, F, Shoemaker Wife, b. Irby, CHS

       Maggie Booth - dau, 15, F, Scholar, b. West Kirby, CHS

       Samuel Booth - son, 11, M, Scholar, b. West Kirby, CHS

       William Booth - son, 7, M, Scholar, b. West Kirby, CHS

       Emily Booth - dau, 3, F, b. West Kirby, CHS

       Lydia Manlove - lodger, 78, F, Gentlewoman, b. Hoylake, CHS

      

       1901 ENG census, CHS, Grange Road, "White Lion", Hoylake cum   WestKirby, 3387, folio 137, pg 29

       Henry Booth - head, marr, 71 M, Beer house keeper, employer working   athome, b. West Kirby, CHS

       Ann Booth - wife, marr, 66 F, b. Irby, CHS

       Geo H. Booth - son, widr, 38 M, ___ ___ contractor, employer workingat   home, b. West Kirby, CHS

       Margie Booth - dau, un, 35 F, House keeping domestic, worker, b.   WestKirby, CHS

       Samuel A. Booth - son, un, 31 M, Barman, b. West Kirby, CHS

       Willliam W. Booth - son, un, 26 M, Foreman bricklayer, b. West   Kirby,CHS

       Hy [Henry] Booth - g-son, un, 5 M,  b. Tranmere, CHS

      

       Sunnyside is next door to the White Lion Beer House on Grange Road   inWest Kirby where George Booth (Henry Booth's father) was a beer   housekeeper in 1871, Margaret Booth (Henry's sister) was a beer   housekeeper in 1881, Henry Booth was a beer house keeper in 1901   andSamuel Allen Booth (Henry's son) was a barman in 1901 and a   beersellerin 1909.  Both Sunnyside and the White Lion are still   standing andoccupied 2003.  The White Lion is still a pub.

       .

 

                             Children:

                      i.     Kate Garner Booth, b. ABT 1859 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Found on the 1871 census:  Kate G. Booth - dau, un, 12 F, Scholar,   b.West Kirby, CHS.

            71.     ii.   George Henry Booth b. ABT 1862.

                      iii.  Margaret Ellen Booth, b. ABT 1865 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Housekeeping, Domestic Worker.

                              Found on the 1871 census:   Margaret E. Booth - dau, un, 5 F,   Scholar,b. West Kirby, CHS

                             Found on the 1881 census:  Maggie Booth - dau, 15, F, Scholar, b.   WestKirby, CHS

                             Found on the 1901 census:  Margie Booth - dau, un, 35 F, House   keepingdomestic, worker, b. West Kirby, CHS.

                      iv.   Anne Jane Booth, b. ABT 1867 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Found on the 1871 census:  Ann Jane Booth - dau, un, 3 F, b.   WestKirby, CHS.

                      v.    Samuel Allen Booth, b. ABT 1869 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Barman, Beer Seller.

                              Found on the 1871 census:  Samuel A. Booth - son, 1 M, b. West   Kirby,CHS

                             Found on the 1881 census:  Samuel Booth - son, 11, M, Scholar, b.   WestKirby, CHS

                             Found on the 1901 census:  Samuel A. Booth - son, un, 31 M, Barman,   b.West Kirby, CHS.

                      vi.   William Walley Booth, b. ABT 1873 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Foreman Bricklayer.

                              Found on the 1881 census:  William Booth - son, 7, M, Scholar, b.   WestKirby, CHS

                             Found on the 1901 census:  Willliam W. Booth - son, un, 26 M,   Foremanbricklayer, b. West Kirby, CHS.

                      vii. Emily May Booth, b. ABT 1877 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Found on the 1881 census:  Emily Booth - dau, 3, F, b. West Kirby, CHS.

                      viii.       John Allen Booth.

 

35.  William Garner, b. ABT 1849 in Birkenhead, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Ship Joiner, Dealer in Milk.

        1861 census - with father, age 12

       1871 census - with father and brother in law, age 22 at Prices   Lane,Birkenhead, Cheshire

       1881 census - Rick Lane , Liscard, piece 3590, folio 17, pg 27,   FHLfilm # 1341859

       William Garner - marr, 33, M, head, provision and milk dealer,   b.Wallasey, CHS

       Sarah        "      - marr, 33, F, wife, b. Walton, LAN

       William G. "     - 11, M, son, scholar, b. Wallasey, CHS

       Harriet       "     - 9, F, dau, scholar, b. Wallasey, CHS

       Sarah E.    "     - 7, F, dau, scholar, b. Wallasey, CHS

       Elizabeth A "    - 5, F, dau, scholar, b. Liscard, CHS

       Emily        "      - 4, F, dau, b. Liscard, CHS

       Alice A.      "      - 3, F, dau, b. Liscard, CHS

       Charlotte S. "    - 1, F, b. Liscard, CHS

       John Hughes    - unmarr, 33, M, serv, milkman laborer, b.   Liverpool,LAN

       Elizabeth Jones - unmarr, 17, F, serv, gen serv domestic, b.   Seacombe,CHS.

 

       He married Sarah Wheeler, ABT 1868 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1848 in Walton, Lancashire, England.

 

                             Children:

                      i.     William G Garner, b. ABT 1870.

                              Found on the 1881 census, age 11.

                      ii.   Harriett Garner, b. 13 May 1871 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Garner Harriett Wallasey Wirral WAL/22/82.Civil   Registration, cert # BXBY 686924, Reg Dist; Birkenhead,Sub-dist;   Wallasey, County of Chester, Col #407, girl born atWallasey. Father;   William Garner, dealer in milk.  Mother; SarahGarner formerly Wheeler.    Informant; father.  Registered on 25 June1871 by Charles Stewart,   Registrar.

                             Found on the 1881 census, age 9.

                      iii.  Sarah E Garner, b. ABT 1874 in Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Found on the 1881 census, age 7.

                      iv.   Elizabeth A Garner, b. ABT 1876 in Liscard, Cheshire, England.

                              Found on the 1881 census, age 5.

                      v.    Emily Garner, b. ABT 1877 in Liscard, Cheshire, England.

                              Found on the 1881 census, age 4.

                      vi.   Alice A Garner, b. ABT 1878 in Liscard, Cheshire, England.

                              Found on the 1881 census, age 3.

                      vii. Charlotte S Garner, b. ABT 1880 in Liscard, Cheshire, England.

                              Found on the 1881 census, age 1.

 

36.  Jane Hancock, b. ABT 1850 in Thurstaston, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1919 in Heswall, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 28 Feb 1919.

        1851 census with father Charles; age 10 mos.

       Heswall Parish Graves; d. 28 Feb 1919 age 79.

 

       She married Joseph Jones, b. ABT 1850 in Neston, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1935 in Heswall, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Auctioneer and Farmer of 100 acres, d. 2 Jan 1935.

       Joseph:  1881 ENG census - Fiveways, Great Neston, CHS, ENG, Ref RG11,   Piece3568, folio 174, p. 29. FHL film 1341854

       Joseph Jones - Head, marr, 31, M, b. Neston, CHS, Auctioneer &   Farmerof 100 acres employing 3 men

       Jane Jones - Wife, marr, 30, F, b. Irby, CHS, Auctioneers Wife

       Infant Jones - Dau, 1m, F, Neston, Chs

       Annie Warren - Serv, Unmarr, 19, F, Liverpool, LAN, Domestic servant

       Martha Chapman - Nurse, Wid, 45, F, Neston, CHS, Nurse Dom.

 

                             Children:

                      i.     daughter Jones, b. ABT 1881 in Neston, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Found on the 1881 census, age 1 month.

 

37.  Elizabeth Parr, b. 30 Aug 1834 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1912 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 22 Feb 1912.

        date from Monumental inscription

       pg 2 #15  Godparents, Old John Parr and Sarah Parr.

       A  3  19  Monumental inscription reads:  /also Elizabeth his   wife/bornAugust 30th 1834/died February 22nd 1912/

       Found on the 1841 census, age 7.

       Found on the1851 census aged 16 years, born West Kirby, and   describedas a fisherman's daughter, which would indicate that she   assisted inthe business.

       Found on the 1881 ENG census - Lake Road, Little Meolse, CHS,   film1341855, Ref RG11, piece 4573, folio 9, pg 12

       Elizabeth Linekar - Hd, Wid, 46, F, Hoylake, CHS, ENG

       Simon Linekar - Son, Joiner, Unmarr, 19, M, Hoylake, CHS, ENG

       Thomas Linekar - Son Joiner's App, Unmarr, 17, M, Hoylake, CHS, ENG

       Joseph Linekar - Son, Scholar, 13, M, Hoylake, CHS, ENG

       Agnes Linekar - Dau, Scholar, 12, F, Hoylake, CHS, ENG

       May Linekar - Dau, Scholar, 8, F, Hoylake, CHS, ENG

       Mary E. Linekar, Dau, Scholar, 6, F, Hoylake, CHS, ENG/

       The oldest Daughter Elizabeth, 20, is with grandparents Simon   andElizabeth Parr.

       Lived at 7 Lake Place until her her death.

 

       She married John Linekar, ABT 1859 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England, b. 28 Dec 1832 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England (son of Thomas Linekar [1797 - 1880] and Nancy (Ann) Bird [1798 - 1864]), buried 4 Dec 1880 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Joiner, carpenter, d. 1 Dec 1880 in Little Meolse, Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

       John:  Cheshire Death Index:   1880 age 47 Linekar John Woodchurch Wirralreg.   # WOO/9/38

       A  3  18  Monumental inscription reads:  Sacred to the memory   of/JohnLinekar/born December 28th 1832/died December 1st 1880

       pg 4 #28.

       There is also a death for a John Linekar, in 1878, pg 90 #704

       Found on the 1841 census, age 8

       Found on the 1861 census, age 28, Head, married, joiner.  (at bottomof   page).

 

                             Children:

            72.     i.     Elizabeth Linekar b. 16 Apr 1860.

            73.     ii.   Simon Linekar b. ABT 1862.

            74.     iii.  Thomas Linekar b. 20 Feb 1864.

                      iv.   Ann Jane Linekar, b. 13 Nov 1865 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 2 Nov 1866 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 31 Oct 1866 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Linekar Ann Jane  Woodchurch Wirral  WOO/12/27

                             pg 16 #123B

                             Cheshire Death Index:   1866  Linekar Ann Jane age 0 Woodchurch Wirral   reg. # WOO/6/80

                             A  3  19  Monumental inscription reads:  /and Ann Jane   theirdaughter/born November 13th 1865/died February 8th 1867/

                             Note:  Monumental inscription record has a death date of Feb 8   1867,but in parish records burial date is 2 Nov 1866, with no later   burialin 1867

                             Burial register pg 47, line #373.

                      v.    Joseph Linekar, b. 21 Sep 1867 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1920 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Plumber, d. 9 Dec 1920 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Linaker Joseph Woodchurch Wirral  WOO/12/92

                             pg 28 #220B

                             A  3  19  Monumental inscription reads:  also Joseph their son/whoDied   December 9th 1920/aged 53 years/"At rest"/

                             Found on the1881 census, a scholar, aged 13 years.

                      vi.   Margaret Jane Linekar, b. 21 Sep 1867 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 10 Oct 1881 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 13 Oct 1881 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Linaker Margaret Jane Woodchurch   WirralWOO/12/92

                             pg 28 #221B

                             Note discrepancy with death and burial dates. Cheshire Death   Index:Lineker, Margaret Jane, 14 Woodchurch Wirral  reg. # WOO/9/55

                             A  3  19  Monumental inscription reads:  /and Margaret Jane   theirdaughter/born September 21st 1867/died October 13th   1881/"Peaceperfect peace".

                      vii. Agnes Ann Linekar, b. 23 Oct 1868 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1960 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 24 Dec 1960.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Linekar Agnes Ann  Woodchurch Wirral  WOO/13/31

                             pg 36 #282B

                             E  1  25  Monumental inscription reads: /their nieces Agnes A   LinekarDied 24th Dec 1960, aged 92/

                             Found on the1881 census for Little Meols, a scholar, aged 12 years.She   never married.

                      viii.       May Parr Linekar, b. ABT 1871 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1961 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 30 Apr 1961.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Linekar Mary Paive (sic) Woodchurch   WirralWOO/14/20

                             pg 57 #455

                             E  1  25  Monumental inscription reads:  /and May Parr   LINEKAR/died30th April 1961/ in her 90th year

                             Found on the1881 census, a scholar, aged 8 years.  She never married.

                      ix.   Mary Ellen Linekar, b. ABT 1874 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 24 Jan 1962 in Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Linekar Mary Ellen Woodchurch Wirral  WOO/15/26

                             pg 79 #631

                             Clatterbridge Hospital.  Informant at death niece, Annie Daws,   MarketSt., Hoylake.

                             Found on the1881 census, a scholar aged 6 years.  Lived at 7 LakePlace   until her death, when the property was sold.

 

                             She married Alfred Pugh, ABT 1891, occupation Inshore fisherman.

 

38.  Ellen Parr, b. ABT 1836 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1916 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 14 Apr 1916 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

        pg 6 #43  Godparents, John Meols, Elizabeth Hulme, Martha Jones.

       Death registered June quarter 1916 Wirral cheshire Vol 8a pg 537.

       A  3  12  Monumental inscription reads:  /also Ellen wife of the   aboveRobert BECK/who Died April 14th 1916, aged 79 years

       Found on the 1841 census, age 5.

      

       Found on the1851 census aged 14 years, described as a   Fisherman'sdaughter, which would indicate that she was helping in the   familybusiness.

      

       Found on the 1861 census, at Back Sea View, age 24,   married,fisherman's wife.  (R.G. 9/2638f82pg26)

      

       Found on the 1871 census at Hoose, Ellen age 34 , with their   childrenJohn age 9, Thomas age 6 and Margaret age 2.  (RG   10/3743f103pg20)

      

       Found on the 1891 census, age 55.

      

       Found on the 1901 census, age 64.

 

       She married Robert Beck, 28 Feb 1861 in West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire, England, b. ABT 1834 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England (son of John Beck [1811 - 1867] and Elizabeth Hughes [1806 - 1883]), buried ABT 1912 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, occupation Fisherman, d. 4 Dec 1912 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

       Robert:  pg 3 #20  Godparents,  William Chatterton, William Jones, BetsyHOLMES.

       Death registered December quarter 1912 Wirral Cheshire Vol 8a pg   500age 78.

       A  3  12  Monumental incription reads:  /also the above named   RobertBeck/father of the above (children)/who Died December 4th 1912,   aged78 years/At rest

       Found on the 1841 census, age 6.

      

       Found on the 1851 census, age 16, fisherman.

      

       Found on the 1861 census at sea on the Sarah Beck, Roberts was age   26,married, fisherman.  (R.G. 9/4443f127no pg )

      

       Found on the 1871 census at Sea on the Sarah Beck.  Robert was age   36,fisherman, along with his brothers Joseph and Benjamin.    (RG10/3775f105pg none)

      

       Found on the 1881 census at 7 Sea View, Hoose

       Robert Beck Head M Male 46 Hoose, Cheshire, England Fisherman

       Ellen Beck  Wife M Female 45 Hoose, Cheshire, England

       Thomas Beck Son U Male 16 Hoose, Cheshire, England Fisherman

       Margaret E. BeckDaur U Female 12 Hoose, Cheshire, England Scholar

       Eleanor A. BeckDaurFemale9Hoose, Cheshire, England   Scholar(RG11/3573f27pg2)

      

       Found on the 1891 census, age 56, fisherman, living at 7 Sea View.

      

       Found on the 1901 census age 66, fisherman.

 

                             Children:

            75.     i.     John Beck b. ABT 1861.

            76.     ii.   Thomas Beck b. 14 Nov 1864.

                      iii.  Simon Beck, b. ABT 1867 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried 7 Jun 1867 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 4 Jun 1867 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Beck Simon Woodchurch Wirral   WOO/12/73.Birth   registered June quarter 1867 WirralVol 8a pg 431

                             pg 24 #191B

                             Cheshire Death Index:  Beck Simon 0 Woodchurch Wirral  WOO/6/90.Death   registered June quarter 1867 Wirral Vol 8a pg 278.  Parishregister pg   47, #382.

                             A  3  12  Monumental inscription reads:  Beck,  Sacred/to the   memoryof/Simon/son of  Robert and Ellen BECK/of Hoylake/who departed   thislife June the 4th 1866/aged 2 months/   Date from Parish register   is1867.

            77.     iv.   Margaret Elizabeth Beck b. ABT 1869.

                      v.    Eleanor Anne Beck, b. ABT 1871 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, buried ABT 1912 in Hoylake, Wirral, Cheshire, England, d. 10 Nov 1912.

                              Cheshire Birth Index:  Beck Eleanor Annie  Woodchurch WirralWOO/14/39.

                             Birth registered  December quarter 1871 Wirral Vol 8a pg 416

                             pg 60 #473

                             A  3  12  Monumental inscription reads: /also Eleanor   AnnieRowlands/their daughter/who Died November 10th 1912, aged 42   years/

                             Known as " Annie and Aunt Annie"

                            

                             Found on the 1881 census of Hoose, age 9, scholar.