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Family Subtree Diagram : Mather, Nancy & Alice

PLEASE NOTE: If you do not see a GRAPHIC IMAGE of a family tree here but are seeing this text instead then it is most probably because the web server is not correctly configured to serve svg pages correctly. see http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/SVG:Server_Configuration for information on how to correctly configure a web server for svg files. ? Family in Little Bolton. Cant find any baptisms. 1841 Nancy Horrocks (70) with Mary (34), Margaret (27), Charles (24). Then James (36), Betsy (10), Adam (6) and Thos (1) 1851: Thomas/James (43) & Mary Schofield (44) with Betty (19) & Adam (15). Also Mother Nancy (83) and Charles (36) Nancy Horrocks (widower) married John Knowles in 1805, but this may be another, as Nancy Horrocks was alive in 1841,1851 17 May 1830, if Mary Horrocks married John Booth of Oldham at Prestwich then there is a DNA match to frobins7. However, she was still unmarried in 1841. Alice probably married John Walmsley in 1805. It cant be Samuel and Alice Mather in 1810 as that would be her nephew. It cant be Alice and Hampson Lomax in 1813 as that Alice was a widow. Mary & Ann baptised Egerton Independant Parent Parent Biological Child Adopted Child Biological Child Adopted Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Widowed (four children) 6 Jan 1802 (Bolton / Baptist) +Possibly more children Marriage (three children) ~1845 Marriage (four children) 14 Oct 1805 (Bolton). Abode: Turton +Possibly more children Marriage 1854 (Bolton RO) Lives withCharles (36 and widowed) was living with his brother-in-law James and Mary Schofield (and mother Nancy Horrocks) and family in 1851 Relative ofSisters 1773 - 1853 Nancy Mather 80 80 The Nancy Mather that married Samuel Astley in 1814 was born about 1792 (so aged 22 about when married) and died Jan 1819, aged 27.  This is clearly another Nancy Mather.

This Nancy probably married John Horrocks, a weaver, in 1802. 

In 1841, Nancy Horrocks (not Knowles) was still alive, aged 70, with Mary (34), Margaret (27), Charles (24).  Then is listed James (34) with Betty (10), Adam (6), and Thomas (1).  They are living in Dean Street, L.B.

Nancy was still alive in 1851, born Walmsley, now aged 83

In 1857, Nancy Horrocks (another) was sentanced for "Murder".
1779 Alice Mather Alice probably married John Walmsley in 1805. It cant be Samuel and Alice Mather in 1810 as that would be her nephew.  It cant be Alice and Hampson Lomax in 1813 as that Alice was a widow. ~1773 - 1840 John Horrocks 67 67 John and Nancy were maried by a baptist minister.

After John and Nancy (or Nanny) married they probably lived at Chadderton. John (b.1804) and William (b.1806) are baptised at Middleton.  Then then had Elizabeth (b.1810) at Blackley.

There is a Nancy Horrocks alive in 1841 and 1851 but unclear if the same family, or which is correct.
1806 Mary Horrocks In 1841, Mary Horrocks (34, a Carder) was living in Dean Street, L.B. with her mother Nancy Horrocks (70), Margaret (27), Charles (24), James (36) and three children

Mary was 44 in 1851 (now married), born Bolton.
1814 Margaret Horrocks Margared may have been the daughter of Robert and Esther, baptised 25 July 1813

In 1841, Margaret (27) was living in Dean Street, L.B.
1815 - 1881 Charles Horrocks 66 66 In 1841, Charles (24) was living in Dean Street, L.B. with his mother and siblings.

In 1844, Charles married Esther Isherwood (or Pilkington) at Bolton, RO/5/9. He did not marry Ann Knight in 1845 at St Peter (wrong father).

About 1858, wife Esther died.  This may have been Esther Horrocks that died in Blackley, near Middleton, aged 42.  Thay may have had children (MMN not indexed for Blackley)

In 1851 Charles (36 and widowed) was living with his brother-in-law and family at Back Chapel Streeet, L.B.
1804 - 1882 James Horrocks 78 78 James was 36 in L.B. in 1841.  Under his entry was Betty (10), Adam (6), and Thomas (1), so probably his children. 1807 - 1874 James(?) Schofield 67 67 Thomas or James (1851 census is difficult to read)

In 1851, James and Mary (43 & 44) were at 11 Back Chapel Street, L.B. with Mary's mother Nancy Horrocks (88), Brother-in-law Charles (34) and Betty and Adam Schofield (19 & 15) who may be his or possibly Mary's brother Charles (as implied by the 1841 census).
1831 Betty Scholfield In 1851, Betty (19) was with her parents at Back Chapel Street, Bolton.

Betty was a cotton winder (like her mother).  She was unmarried, aged 38 in 1871, still in Little Bolton.
1836 - 1903 Adam Scholfield 67 67 In 1851, Adam (15) was with his parents at Back Chapel Street, Bolton. 1840 - 1841 Thomas Horrocks 1 1 Birth records suggests Thomas was illegitimate. ~1780 John Walmsley John and Alice Mather is the only Lancashire marriage to an Alice before 1814 (when Ann was baptised).  Where are the earlier baptisms? 1805-1815 <unknown> ? Walmsley baptism records are lost between 1795 and 1815, so there will be other children unaccounted for. 1814 Ann Walmsley 1816 Mary Walmsley 1818 Sarah Walmsley Possibly died Newton-le-Willows, Wigan in 1888, aged 70. 1816 - 1858 Esther Isherwood or Pilkington 42 42 In 1854, Esther Isherwood or Pilkington (so probably a widow) married Charles Horrocks.

By 1861, Charles was a widower, so Esther must have died.  The only Bolton death is for Esther Horrocks of Westhoughton in 1855, aged 30.  It appears that this Esther died shortly after giving birth to a daughter (unnamed), that also died. However, this is another Esther Gregory (1825-1855)  that married Joseph Horrocks.  Another Esther Horrocks died in N Bury in 1859, aged 53, but this Esther seems a little old.  There is also Esther that died 1858 in  Blackley, near Middleton, aged 42.  This is further away, but a better age match for Charles.
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