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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. ? Dave Fletcher's tree Steam Mill Street Primative Methodist, Chester Missing the 1841 census on Ancestry Two James Woodwards, both School Masters in 1851 1841: James (35, a Coal Miner), Ann (40) with children Joseph (15, shoemaker), John (14), Elizabeth (12), Jane (11), and Lydia (5) Missing the 1841 census on Ancestry Another Little Neston family 2x Great Grandparents 3x Great Grandparents Robert Whalley of Salwick married Elizabeth Southward of Greenal at Kirkham. Kirkham is between Preston and Blackpool. Salwick is between Kirkham and Preston Anotheer Roy Woodward, but of London origins Lives withRichard and Lydia (35 and 26) were living with Ann Woodward (56) at Little Neston in 1861 (with Ellen Ann, 3 m old) NeighborJohn living in Little Neston in 1861 with wife Pricilla, in same house is sister Lydia (and Richard) Timmis, and Ellen Ann Timmis (3mo) John was wtness to Lydia's marriage in 1859 Lives withLydia was living with James and Ellen Timmis in 1891 Lives withLydia Timmis (married), and daughters Ellen Ann, Mary Jane and Lydia were living with Ann Woodward in 1861 and 1871 NeighborJohn and wife Pricila (in 1861) and wife Maria (in 1871) were living next door to Ann Woorword. John was in attendance at his mother's death. Lives withMary Jane Timmis was living with her mother in 1901 NeighborSisters Ellen and Mary Timmis were working at Nos. 4 and 2 Egerton Park, Tranmer, Birkenhead in 1881. Mary continued to live with her sister's family in 1939, even after Ellen had died in 1937. 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Married in Birkenhead, Sept 1887.  Civil Register Index 8a, page 686.

Lydia (recorded as Lydia Trumis) working as a nurse (domestic servant) at Rock Lane Highfield No 50, Eastham, Wirral in 1881.

Living at 17 Marion Grove, Birkenhead on 1891 and 1901 census.

Lydia was aged 47 and living in Birkenhead in 1911.
1835 - 1908 Lydia Woodward 73 73 Lydia Woodward is my 2x great grandmother

In 1851, Lydia was "Schoolmaster's Daughter" living with her parents

In 1861, Little Neston with her Mother Ann Woodward and her 3m old baby daughter (Lydia). Next door was her brother John (and Pricilla) Woodward.

Lydia Timmis (married), and daughters Ellen Ann, Mary Jane and Lydia were living with Ann Woodward in 1871

Living in Liverpool Road, Great Neston, Cheshire in 1881 (without daughter)
1826 - 1902 Richard Timmis 76 76 Richard Timmis and Lydia Woodward are my 2x great grandparents.

In 1841, "Richard Timmis Jnr" (15) was living at Copperas Hill,  Islington, Liverpool (the road beside the Adelphi Hotel) with his father Richard (58) and two sisters. Also present was James Bringam (15, a plasterer).

In the 1840s, Richard and James Bringam, living together at Copperas Hill, probably also worked together as plasterers.

In January 1859, when they married, they were living in Cornwallis St.

In 1855, Richard was living at Field Street, Liverpool.

In 1871, Richard (45) was head of house with his sister Jane (50) and brother Charles (41) at Toxteth Park, Liverpool.

In 1881, Richard was living in Liverpool Road, Great Neston, Cheshire (without daughter)
1804 - 1852 James Woodward 48 48 In 1841, James (35, a coal miner) and Ann (40) were at Gorston, Little Neston.  His neighbour was Thomas and Elizabeth Lee, a farmer.  They were still there in 1851 where James is now a Schoolmaster.

On another 1841 census, another (or the same) James Woodward (47) and Jane Woodward (50) were School master and mistress in Neston, together with Henry Woodward (20, Professor of Music), both from Cheshire.  They were iving at Meadow Cottages, Neston, adjacent to the Liverpool Road.

James and Ann were living in Little Neston in 1871 with John and Lydia (both unmarried) and grandson James (age 3).

James tought the "Young Ideas" at the National School (Chester Observer Article 14-5-1887).

Another James Woodward (b.1894) was a banker, charged with fraud from a bank in Neston, Wirral.
1861 - 1937 Ellen Ann Timmis 76 76 Ellen Judge is my Grandmother's (Elsie Brereton) Aunt.

Living in Little Neston in 1861 with Grandmother (Ann Woodward) and Mother and Father, aged 3 months.

Servant (domestic cook) for Susanna Kelly (Irish) and family at 4 Egerton Park, Tranmere, Cheshire, England in 1881.  Her younger sister Mary was next door at No. 2.

Aged 49 in 1911, living in Birkenhead.

Ellen Ann Timmis, was born in Neston where she lived until the time of her marriage. Mr and Mrs Judge have lived in Rock Ferry and Birkenhead. They are members of St Michaels Church.
1802 - 1883 Ann Williams 81 81 Ann probably had a brother Thomas who was a marriage witness.

In 1851, aged 48; born Hawerden; Domestic Duties.

Ann was living in Little Neston, Cheshire with daughter Lydia, Granddaughter Ellen Ann Timmis; And Son-in-law Richard Timmis in 1861.

Ann's daughter, Lydia Timmis (married), and grandaughters Ellen Ann, Mary Jane, and Lydia were living with Ann Woodward in 1871
Widowed 13 Jul 1851 No more children Marriage (a child) 30 Dec 1866 (L'pool) No more children Marriage (nine children) 4 Apr 1847 (Liverpool) No more children Marriage (three children) 11 Nov 1805 (Liverpool) No more children Marriage (three children) 1895 (L'pool) No more children Marriage 3 Sep 1832 Marriage (six children) Little Neston in 1841 Marriage (a child) Marriage 28 Aug 1858 XTo be completed Marriage (six children) 15 Apr 1855 (Neston).Ness Marriage (two children) 11 Mar 1883 (Warrington) No more children Marriage (six children) 3 Jun 1827 Marriage (seven children) 27 May 1885 (Neston) +Possibly more children Marriage (a child) XTo be completed Marriage (two children) Neston School Master No more children Marriage (two children) 5 Sep 1925 No more children Widowed (five children) 25 Feb 1907. Abode: Conisbrough, Yorkshire No more children Marriage (two children) Q1/1921 (Doncaster) No more children Marriage (two children) 16 Apr 1938 Marriage (seven children) 23 Apr 1878 (Chester): Abode: Little Neston No more children Marriage (two children) 25 May 1890 (L'pool) No more children Marriage (seven children) 7 Aug 1870 (Everton). Emigrated to BC, Canada No more children Marriage 30 July 1877 (Chester) No more children Marriage (two children) 28 Feb 1907 No more children Marriage (two children) 1920 +Possibly more children Marriage (three children) 4 Feb 1902 (Edge Hill, West Derby) Marriage (a child) +Possibly more children Marriage (a child) +Possibly more children Marriage (two children) 31 Dec 1914 (York, Toronto, Ontario) +Possibly more children Marriage (a child) 1882 (L'pool) Edge Hill XTo be completed Marriage (four children) 20 Aug 1883 (Wavertree, Liverpool) No more children Marriage (a child) 1937 (L'pool) XTo be completed Marriage (three children) 1863 (Edge Hill) No more children Marriage (five children) Tarbock XTo be completed Marriage (a child) Huyton XTo be completed Marriage (a child) Huyton XTo be completed Marriage (a child) Huyton XTo be completed Marriage (a child) Huyton XTo be completed Marriage (two children) XTo be completed Marriage (a child) 1756 (Kirkham) XTo be completed Widowed (a child) 10 Feb 1861 (Liverpool) No more children Widowed 1846 (Edge Hill) XTo be completed Marriage (a child) Tarbock XTo be completed Marriage (a child) Tarbock Marriage (two children) No more children Marriage (three children) Alberta +Possibly more children Marriage (four children) London; Liverpool after 1861 No more children Marriage (a child) +Possibly more children Divorce (four children) 24 Aug 1937 (Kent). Abode: London No more children Marriage (eight children) 19 Nov 1877 Marriage Q4/1931 XTo be completed Marriage (four children) 20 Jul 1800 Abode: Smethwick Widowed Marriage 4 Apr 1848 XTo be completed Marriage (two children) 1871 (Chester RO) No more children Marriage (three children) 1980 (Chester) Marriage (a child) 1949 (Wallasey) No more children Marriage (three children) 15 Dec 1888 (Liverpool). Abode Neston & Secombe No more children Marriage 1917 XTo be completed Marriage (three children) Marriage 1925 (B'head) No more children Marriage (six children) 1 Apr 1882 (Liverpool) Abode: Warrington No more children Marriage (two children) 27 Jun 1925 (Wallasey) No more children Marriage 1951 (Crosby) Marriage (two children) Jun 1953 (Wandsworth) Marriage (a child) Kilburn Marriage (four children) 1885 (W Derby) Bootle +Possibly more children Marriage (six children) 1899 (Stepney) Marriage (two children) 8 June 1889 (Tower Hamlets) Legal cohabitation (three children) Marriage (a child) Marriage (a child) +Possibly more children Relative ofMartha is William's grandaughter (with him in 1851) Relative ofPossibly Woodward relative, also in Neston Named AfterJust after Priecilla died, Jane Woodward named a daughter after her, and from then on it became a reoccuring family name. Lives withGeorge (64) and sister Alice (60) were living together at Little Neston in 1871 Lives withIn 1861, Catherine, sister-in-law, was living with Michael and Ellen Stokes (both 32) at Toxteth Park. Her father John Woodward (Wid, 56) was also present. Relative ofAlwyn Pumford and D.W. are a shared DNA match with me Relative ofHillary and I have a shared DNA match with Alwyn Pumford Relative ofHillary and I have a shared DNA match with Daphne Weynton Lives withIn 1891, Maria Woodward (67) was living with her daughter Margaret and son-in-law James Jellicoe Lives withEmma was with her mother in 1841 at Church Hulme, Cheshire 1826 - 1897 John Woodward 70 70 Living in Little Neston in 1861 with wife Pricilla, next door to sister Lydia Timmis (but by 1871 he was with Maria).

Probably had a son James (b. 1848) who was shown on the 1851 census, before he met Pricilla.

John Woodward was in attendance at his father's death in 1852, 28 Cleveland Square, Liverpool

In 1861, John (34) was with wife Priscilla, but no children.  His Mother Ann Woodward (head, Wid, 56) and John's sister Lydia (26) and husband Richard Timmis (35) were also in the same household.

John and Maria were living next door to Ann Woorword in 1871.  Also had a son James with wife Maria, born 1867.  John (of Little Neston) was in attendance when his mother Ann died in 1883

In 1891, John (64, Head), Maria (64) and son James (23) were at Dee View, Little Neston.
1829 - 1866 Priscilla Jones 37 37 Father's name William Jones, and mother Catherine.

Priscilla must have been quite a girl. Jane Woodward named a daughter after her, and from then on it became a reoccuring family name.

In 1861, John (34) and Priscilla (32) were at Little Neston with Richard's mother Ann (56) and Richard and Lydia Timmis.
1862 - 1951 Mary (Ginnie) Jane Timmis 88 88 Mary Jane was working as a domestic servant at 2 Egerton Park, Tranmere, Birkenhead in 1881.  Her sister Ellen was next door at No. 4

Mary Jane, was still single and staying with her mother Lydia Timmis in 1901.

She was still in Birkenhead, living alone (no other TIMMIS family members present to be precise) aged 48 in 1911.

In 1939 the Judge family (Willie, Nellie, Lillie, May and Mary J Timmis) were at 6 Woodcroft Lane, Bebington.  Mary aged about 76 was incapacitated.
1825 - 1890 Joseph Woodward 65 65 Joseph was described as a shoemaker in 1851.  He became a post messenger in 1854 and was a postman until he died in 1890.

In 1861, Joseph and Maria (36 & 37) were living on the Liverpool Road, Neston.  Joseph was a Rural Post Office Messenger.

Joseph continued to make shoes and boots, being described as a "letter carrier and boot maker" in 1871.

Joseph was a Druid.  For 25 years he acted in the capacity as secretary to the Neston Lodge of the Ancient Order of Druids.

In his obituary, he was described as an old Nestonian, having served the public in various capacities, stopping work in 1886 due to Ill health.
1831 - 1900 Jane Woodward 69 69 in 1855, Edward Jellicoe (Bachelor, Banksman) of Little Neston, son of James Jellicoe (a carter) married Jane Woodward (spinster) of Little Neston, daughter of James Woodward (a schoolmaster). 1828 Elizabeth (Ann) Woodward Possibly died young, as another Ann christened in 1833.  However, in 1841 "Elizabeth" is 12 years old and Jane 11.  Elizabeth must have been baptised Ann in error.

In 1851, Elizabeth is a House maid at Parkgate (born Garston).  Then no trace after 1851.
1833 - 1835 Ann Woodward 2 2 Cant find in censuis records, but have a christening record, so possibly we have the wrong parnets for the other menebers of the family. 1830 - 1905 Maria Hancock 75 75 1868 - 1935 James Woodward 67 67 In 1901, James and Hannah (33 & 30) were at Neston with their son James E Woodward (2) and Hannah's mother Maria Woodward (72).

In 1911, James (43) from Neston and Hannah (41) from Hawareden, Flintshire had been married 16 years and had three children (all alive). James was a Joiner in the building trade.  They were living at Garston, Little Neston.
1824 - 1907 Maria Wynne 83 83 Maria's parents were Maria and James Wynne (from Greenfield, Flintshire, Wales).

In 1841, Maria was a F.S. for Thomas and Sarah Cottingham, aged 17 at a Cottage in Little Neston.

By 1851, Joseph, a shoe maker, and Maria had moved to Brimstage, Wirral.

In 1861, Joseph and Maria (36 & 37) were living on the Liverpool Road, Neston.  Joseph was a Rural Post Office Messenger.
1847 James Woodward James described as a Shoemakers son, aged 3, grandson of James Woodward in 1851, living at Brimstage.

In 1871, James Woodward, 23, unmarried was a paper hanger and decorator, boarding at 8 Claughton Road, Birkenhead.

In 1871, James married Mary Charmley at Chester (civil marriage) and had two sons Edmund and Reginald.
1852 Anne (Annie) Woodward Annie married William Young and had a son Joseph W Young, born 1895. 1865 - 1949 George Woodward 84 84 In 1888, George married Emma Fletcher (1867-1948) and had three children, Lily, George and Edith. ~1780 Joseph Woodward When Joseph's sons James and John were baptised and on marriage record he is recorded as a Cooper, living at the Dock Side, Liverpool.

Joseph was married after son James was born.
~1780 Elizabeth Tomkins 1806 - 1873 John Woodward 67 67 John Woodward (labourer) married Mary Malley (spinster) on 2 Jun 1827 in Liverpool, Lancashire (Bishop's Transcript).

From 1832 to 1843, John and Mary were at St. John's Village when they had their children baptised.

In 1841 John (35, a labourer) and Mary (30) were with their children Ellen (10), Daniel (8), John (6) and James (1) at St. John's Village, Islington, Liverpool.

In 1841, Another John and Mary Woodward (both 35) are living in an Irish area of Liverpool.  Wife Mary was Irish!  They had no children.

In 1851, James was a labourer in Toxteth Park.  He had Ellen (21), James (10), Catherine (8) and Elizabeth (6).  Michael Stoker (21) was a visitor (visiting his daughter Ellen). William, a Joiner and Ellen Jones (both 52) were lodgers from Wales, probably related.

In 1861, John (56) was living with Michael Stoker, his son-in-law and Ellen (both 32), so Ellen must have been his daughter, born 1829.

Before John died at Neston in 1871 he was in the Toxteth Park Workhouse, Liverpool in 1871, a pauper, widower  and Ag. Labourer.
1854 - 1931 William Woodward 77 77 William married Arabella Dodson

In 1881, William and Arabella (27 & 26) were living at Badgers Butt, Little Neston

In 1891, William and "Isavella" (both 37) were living at Egremont, Liscard

In 1901, William and Arabella (47 & 46) were living at Liscard
1859 - 1945 Margaret Ellen Woodward 86 86 Margaret Ellen Woodward married James Jellicoe and had 8 children.

In 1861 James and Margaret E Jellicoe (34 & 31) are living in Tranmere Birkenhead.  Margaret's mother Maria Woodward (67) is with them.
1863 - 1945 Maria Woodward 82 82 1861 - 1941 Joseph Woodward 79 79 Joseph Woodward married Martha Cliffe (1858-1925)

In 1891, Joseph and Martha (29 & 33) were at 4 Millfield Street, Warrington. They had Lilly (7), Edith (4), Florence (2) and Joseph (2mo)

In 1901, Joseph and Martha (39 & 43) were at 4 Millfield Street, Warrington. They had Lilly (17), Edith (14), Florence (12), Joseph (10), Annie (8) and Gladys (4).

In 1911, Joseph was a Joiner at Secombe.  Joseph and Martha (49, 53) had Lily (27), Florence (22), Annie (18) and Gladys (14).
1849 - 1935 John Woodward 86 86 John married Ellem Conway (1851-1930) and had 6 sons and a daughter.

In 1851, John was living at Brimstage, aged 1

In 1861, John (11) living with parents at Brimstage.

In 1871, John had just married Ellen Conway and was living with her family at Neston.
1871 Hannah Millington 1899 James Edwin Woodward 1902 Maria Woodward 1908 John William Woodward 1807 William Woodward William was also born in Liverpool and lived in Little Neston (1861), so assumed to be of the same family.  

He was a Flatman in 1832 when he married Sarah Gay, and in 1851 and 1871.  He was a mariner in 1861.

1805 Sarah Gay 1783 - 1865 William Woodward 82 82 1789 - 1846 Ellen Woodward 57 57 1809 - 1893 George Woodward 84 84 There is George (30, assumed son of William and Ellen in 1841) both Ag labourers from Little Neston.

Aged 64, labourer with his sister Alice Woodward (60) in 1861.
1828 Margaret Woodward Unmarried in 1851, aged 24 1829 - 1896 Edward Jellicoe 67 67 in 1855, Edward Jellicoe (Bachelor, Banksman) of Little Neston, son of James Jellicoe (a carter) married Jane Woodward (spinster) of Little Neston, daughter of James Woodward (a schoolmaster).

In 1861, Living at the New Homes, Ness.  Edward (32) and James (34, also head, assumed brother) were neighbours and both Ag labourer.
1846 Martha Woodward 1814 - 1869 Joseph Woodward 55 55 Gardener for John Faulkner of Great Neston 1815 - 1849 Jane Howell 34 34 1829 Jane Woodward 1833 Edward Williams 1817 Ann Woodward 1823 Alice Woodward 1830 Thomas Woodward Son of Joseph and Ellen Woodward 1857 - 1858 Lucy Woodward 1 1 1883 - 1916 1883 - 1916 Joseph Joseph William William Millington Millington 32 32 Joseph William Millington married Sarah Jane Elizabeth Fisher (1887–1951) in 1907.  One of their sons, George married Ada North and had a son John Millington (Ancestry id = millinj3) who has a positive DNA Match to me.

A peculiar accident occurred at the Cadeby Pit on Saturday resulting in the death of Joseph Millington (32) miner, of 53 New Balby Street, Conisbro.   He was assisting in the timbering of a roadway when a fall occurred pinning him with his head and chest on the top of some timber where he hung.  He was dead before he could be released."
1886 - 1958 John George Millington 72 72 1810 - 1848 Mary Malley 38 38 In 1841 John (35, a labourer) and Mary (30) were with their children Ellen (10), Daniel (8), John (6) and James (1) at St. John's Village, Islington, Liverpool. 1864 Elizabeth Jellicoe 1st Cousin, 3 times removed 1856 - 1923 James Jellicoe 67 67 In 1891, Joseph (34) was a Blacksmith in Tranmere with wife Margaret (30) and children Percival (9), Joseph (7), Annie M (2) and William Jellicoe (1 month).  Margaret's mother Maria Woodward (67) was also staying with them.
1858 Ann Jellicoe Annie In 1878, (2) married Ellis Roberts (24, engin driver) 1860 - 1925 John Jellicoe 65 65 In 1861, John was aged 1 at Ness with parents and siblings James (5) and Ann (3)

In 1891, John and Annie (both 31) was a farm labourer at Barnston, Wirral.

In 1901, John, a coal miner, and Annie (both 41) had Charles (9), John (5) and Louisa (4), living in Town Lane, Little Neston
1867 - 1904 Priscilla Jellicoe 37 37 Priscilla Jellicoe married William Eaton, a labourer, 25 May 1890 at St. Michael, Liverpool (both 24 yrs). 1870 - 1954 Edward Jellicoe 83 83 Edward Jellicoe married Mary Ellen Roscoe in 1892 1858 - 1917 Peter Jones 59 59 In 1911, Peter (52, Coal Miner) and Elizabeth (46) had been married 27 years.  They has 8 surviving children, 6 still at home.  Three children had died. 1889 Priscilla Jones In 1911, Priscilla was 22 and Single 1905 - 1985 Ernest Jones 80 80 1908 - 1979 Eliza Sharp 71 71 1931 - 2011 Douglas Jones 79 79 Douglas Jones was the second son of a family of 7.  He is my 3rd Cousin once removed.

Douglas married Yvonne Hazell Paginton from Newport and they had 4 daughters (including Alwyn) and a son.  Their daughter Alwyn Pumford has a good DNA match (20.9 cM) to me, and a shared match to Alice-Marie McFarland (26 cM).

1794 - 1870 James Woodward 76 76 James had a house and land in Liverpool Road, Neston in 1834, recorded in the poll book.

In 1841, James was 47, living a Meadow Cottages, Neston (near the Liverpool Road) and was still there in 1851

1781 - 1865 Jane Downward 84 84 Jane Downward was the daughter of Thomas and Hannah Downward and was baptized in Neston on 6th May 1781. Her father was a ropemaker.

Anne Schroeder (1787-1866) lived with her husband Samuel in Leighton Road, Neston and continued to live there after he died in 1853 at the age of 85. One of the executors named in Samuel’s will was James Woodward, secretary of the Society and husband of founder member "Jane Downward".
1821 - 1870 Henry Woodward 49 49 In 1841, Henry was professor of music at Neston School.

Henry eventually became a vicar and was a curate in Wigan before moving to a parish in Lambeth, Surrey in the 1860s..

Shortly after his father’s death he too died on 11th November 1870.
1819 - 1820 James Woodward 5m 5m 1894 - 1972 Frances Mary Ford 78 78 1887 - 1951 Sarah Jane Elizabeth Fisher 64 64 1907 - 1977 Alice Eva Hannah Millington 69 69 1909 - 1977 Ivy Millington 68 68 1912 - 1986 Elsie Millington 73 73 1914 - 1988 George Millington 73 73 1916 - 1918 Joseph Millington 2 2 1897 - 1970 James Wheeliker 73 73 1922 - 1971 Douglas Wheeliker 49 49 1925 - 2012 James Norman Wheeliker 87 87 James lived in Sheffield with his wife Constance (nee Bell) 1926 - 1996 Edith Millington 70 70 1935 - 2011 Bessie Millington 76 76 1915 - 1996 Ada North 80 80 1830 Mary Ellen Woodward Ellen (or Hellen), but Mary Ellen on marriage record.

1841 is a problem.  Helen was not with her family, but clearly the sister of Catherine.  There was an Ellen, aged 10 with John (35, labourer) and Mary (30), at Liverpool Islington, but she had siblings Daniel, John and James.
1840 James Woodward 1843 Catherine Woodward In 1861, Catherine, aged 17 and sister-in-law, was living with Michael and Ellen Stokes (both 32) at Toxteth Park.  Her father John Woodward (Wid, 56) was also present. 1845 Elizabeth Woodward 1832 Daniel Malley Woodward 1838 John Woodward 1854 Ellis Roberts 1867 William Eaton Edward was the son of Thomas William Eaton, a labourer.

In 1890, William was 24 years (same as Priscilla) when married and living at 14 Leeds Street, Liverpool.

In 1904, Priscilla died and William re-married Mary (Jones).
1891 William Eaton 1892 - 1980 Edith Priscilla Eaton 87 87 Edith married Joseph P Kearney 1850 - 1930 Ellen Conway 79 79 Ellen was the daugher of William Conway (b.1820).

In 1887, Ellen Woodward (aged 37) travelled from Liverpool to Pennsylvania, USA via NY with Alfred (11), Mary (9), Albert (7) and Fred (3) on the ship Aurania, arriving 19th Sept.
1874 - 1947 Herbert Henry Woodward 73 73 5th August 1901, Herbert Henry Woodward (27) married Annie Elizabeth Abbott (23).

In 1910, the family emigrated to BC, Canada, arriving 13 Aug.

In 1911, Herbert H Woodward (37, Carpenter) and his brother Albert (29) were boarding at Powell River, Comox-Atlin, British Colombia.
1876 - 1946 Alfred Woodward 70 70 1879 - 1880 Joseph Woodward 11m 11m 1880 - 1960 Mary Ellen Woodward 80 80 1882 - 1949 Albert Woodward 67 67 In 1911, Albert (29) and his older brother Herbert H Woodward (37, Carpenter) were boarding at Powell River, Comox-Atlin, British Colombia.

18 Jul 1914, Albert Woodward married May Stephenson Adamson at Vancouver, BC
1883 - 1958 Frederick (Fred) Woodward 75 75 Frederick's son George is the father of D.W., my 4th cousin with a DNA match 1886 - 1934 Arthur Woodward 48 48 1855 - 1927 Anabella Dodson 72 72 ~1888 - 1930 Lilian Pearson 42 42 1924 - 1977 George Woodward 52 52 George married Sarah Martha Chick (1928-1996)

There are two DNA matches to me: hillward2002 (7cM) and D.W. (managed by Mary Woodward - 6cM), both appearing to be children of George Woodward and Sarah Martha Chick.
1909 - 2004 Alfred Woodward 95 95 Alfred came with his family to Canada in Aug 1919.

The 1921 Canada Census shows Alfred 12, born in England
1894 - 1960 James Edward Jones 66 66 In 1911, James was 17 and Single

In 1939, James and Florence were at Neston.  James was a Farm Labourer.
1895 Florence Smith 1886 Mary Jones 1891 William Jones In 1911, William was 20 and Single 1896 Charles Jones In 1911, Charles was 15 1898 Edith Jones In 1911, Edith was 13 1922 - 2008 Freda Jones 86 86 Freda's married name was Gover.  She married George Edwin Gover in 1943 1920 - 1921 Violet May Jones 1 1 1880 - 1952 Joseph Henry Osborn Thompson 72 72 1904 John Henry Thompson In 1911, John Henry (6) was visiting some of his father's family 1905 Doris Thompson 1909 Ida Thompson Ida Thompson married Hallan Percy Colston (1898-1871), the son of Henry Franklin Colston and Maggie Devere.
1919 - 1952 David William Fletcher 32 32 1920 - 2004 Gladys Ireen Gore 84 84 1891 - 1946 Wesley Morton Fletcher 54 54 1897 - 1985 Minnie Sophia Luther 88 88 1891 - 1924 Robert Gore 33 33 On 30 July 1913, William and Robert Gore (25 and 22) sailed with their parents to Quebec, Canada on the Virginian, Allan Line. 1889 - 1965 Annie Houghton Edington 75 75 1842 - 1907 James Houghton Eddington 64 64 1861 - 1908 Hanziena (Annie) Alberdi Lampkin 47 47 1857 - 1915 William Gore 57 57 In 1888, William was a Fireman (probably on the railways), living at Cheers Street, Wavertree.  In 1891 he was a Stoker at 6 Rathburn Street.

In 1911, although clearly born at Roby, Lancashire William has also added British Subject.  Perhaps his father was Irish (or other nationality)

In 1913, Willaim and Mary Gore (both 56) sailed to Quebec, Canada with their two youngest sons William and Robert (25 and 22) on the Virginian, Allan Line.
1856 - 1924 Mary Grace 68 68 Mary is the illegitimate daughter of Ann Grace.  William Balshaw (grocer) may not be her father, but instead another William (a coal miner). 

When she married, Mary recorded her father as William Grace, miner and was living at 13 Hawkinson Street, Wavertree.  It could be her father was a William and a miner.

In April 1861, Mary Grace (5, daughter) was with parents Ann and William Bolshaw (a grocer's assistant).  They had just married in February and were living at Highfield Road, West Derby.  Ann and new husband John Potter were still there in 1864 when son James was born.

In 1883, Mary maried William Gore.  Mary's father was William Grace, a miner.
1810 - 1873 John Eddington 63 63 In 1837, John and Caroline Kirk married in Liverpool (CoE)

In late 1842 James H was born and the birth registered at Deansgate, Manchester (the only Eddington birth there)

Home in 1861: East Whitby, Ontario, Canada West
1814 - 1849 Caroline Kirk 34 34 Home in 1861: East Whitby, Ontario, Canada West 1822 - 1880 John Potter 58 58 In 1863, John Potter, son of James, was 40 when he married Grace.

In 1880, John was living on the Prescot Road at time of death
1828 - 1889 Ann (Nancy) Grace 61 61 Both her marriage record shows Ann was the daughter of Thomas Grace, a miner.

James and John's birth certs (attcfhaed) shows his Ann as "Ann Potter, Late Balshaw, formerly Grace (or Grease)".

In 1841, "Nancy" (12) was with her father Thos (36), grandmother Mary (56) and sisters Mary, Betty and Alice (9,7 & 5). Her mother had died ca 1837.

In 1851, Ann Grace was a servant at the Derby Arms, Lane Ends, aged 21, born Tarbock.  She was living with William and Ellen Turton (37 & 40) and daughters, wheelwright and publican.  Could he be the illegitimate father of Mary?  Well probably not as he's not a miner and that wouldnt explain the DNA matches.

In 1864, John and Ann were living at 18 Highfield Road, West Derby when James was born.
~1808 - ~1837 Ann Norcross 29 29 1888 - 1954 William Gore 66 66 By 1911, George and William were Railway Laboiurers at  Canada Dock, Liverpool.  Only "Canada" was entered as the workplace (and "Dock" inserted later).

On 30 July 1913, William and Robert Gore (25 and 22) sailed with their parents to Quebec, Canada on the Virginian, Allan Line.
1884 - 1951 George Gore 67 67 By 1911, George and William were Railway Laboiurers at  Canada Dock, Liverpool.  Only "Canada" was entered as the workplace (and "Dock" inserted later).

In 1911, George, a labourer married Sarah Jane Hurst, daughter of Joseph Hurst, a shunter.
1897 - ~1897 Alfred Gore Alfred was recorded on the 1911 census as a son that had died.  He was the fourth son.  There were no others. 1805 - 1883 Thomas Grace 78 78 In 1841, "Nancy" (12) was with her father Thomas Grace (36), grandmother Mary (56) and sisters Mary, Betty and Alice (9,7 & 5). Her mother had died ca 1837.

In 1851, Thomas Grace (46) is still with his mother Mary (67) and daughter Alice (14)
1828 - 1876 Thomas Gore 47 47 1829 - 1883 Ellen Jeffs Lusty 54 54 1783 - 1865 William Gore 81 81 1787 - 1860 Susannah Webster 73 73 1761 - 1822 William Gore 61 61 1761 - 1847 Margaret Marsh 86 86 <unknown> 1724 - 1802 Ann Southward 78 78 1680 - 1734 John Southward 53 53 1683 - 1743 Katharine (Catren) Knowles 60 60 1733 - 1778 Elizabeth Southward 45 45 ~1733 Robert Whalley On 18 Nov 1756 Robert Whalley of Salwick and Elizabeth Southward of Greenal were married. 1815 - 1862 William Bolshaw 47 47 Balshaw or Bolshaw, was th son of Thomas, a farmer.

Feb 1861, William was a Grocer at Wilde Street, Liverpool when he married Ann Grace, the daughter of Thomas Grace, a miner.

April 1861 (census) William and Ann (46 and 35), just married and Mary Grace with them (5) at Highfield Road, West Derby, Lancashire.  William was born at Brereton.

Died (older) in Liverpool or Deane (2 options)
1867 John Potter John's birth cert (attcfhaed) shows his mother as "Ann Potter, Late Balshaw, formerly Grease".

In 1901, John (aged 34) married Margaret Ann Jackson.  At the time he was living at 48 High Street, Wavertree.  He and his father John were both bricklayers.
1874 Thomas Potter 1864 James Potter James's birth cert (attcfhaed) shows his mother as "Ann Potter, Late Balshaw, formerly Grace". ~1819 Ann Burns 1779 - 1838 Leigh (Lee) Grace 59 59 ~1781 - ~1832 Mary Hunter 51 51 ~1788 John Norcross ~1788 Mary 1771 - 1848 Richard Whalley 77 77 1915 - 1986 Doris Gore 71 71 Doris Gore had two daughters, Patricia and Barbara 1860 - 1928 George Millington 67 67 1913 - 1956 Leslie George Oliver 43 43 1928 - 1996 Sarah Martha Chick 68 68 1957 - 2013 Catherine Joan Woodward 55 55 Catherine was the daughter of Steve, not George.

Catherine married and had two children, Alexandra and Benjamin.
1828 - 1896 Samuel Lampkin 68 68 Born Newport, Essex. Lived in London for a while (where Annie was born), and then Liverpool in 1871 1840 Frances Margaret Fredericque VanDerLinde 1863 - 1958 William Henry Lampkin 95 95 1865 George Lampkin 1867 Charles Lampkin 1829 Caroline White 1851 William Lampkin 1898 - 1971 Hallan Percy Colston 73 73 1943 - 1944 Dinah Y Colston 3m 3m 1947 - 1947 Hallan Timothy Colston 1859 - 1945 Margaret Ellen Woodward 86 86 Margaret Ellen Woodward married James Jellicoe and had 8 children.

In 1861 James and Margaret E Jellicoe (34 & 31) are living in Tranmere Birkenhead.  Margaret's mother Maria Woodward (67) is with them.
1881 - 1924 Percival George Jellicoe 43 43 1885 Joseph Jellicoe 1889 Prudence Annie Jellicoe in 1891, "Annie M" was 2 years old.  By 1901, she was named "Prucence A". 1891 - 1943 James Edward Jellicoe 52 52 William was a month old in 1891 and must have died an infant, as by 1901, another William was aged 6.  However, there is no Birth or Death registered for William.  It seems the parents changed their mind and named him James Edward. 1895 William Jellicoe 1897 Reginald Jellicoe 1899 - 1976 Albert Jellicoe 76 76 1903 - 1996 Elsie May Jellicoe 92 92 In 1939, living at 9. Dawson Houses. Brookland Road, Neston.

1904 - 1971 Frank Draper 66 66 In 1939, living at 9. Dawson Houses. Brookland Road, Neston with 2 children. 1803 Thomas Bolshaw In 1841, Thomas (35) and Elizabeth (40) were farmers at Smethwick Green.  They had 4 servants, Joseph Lea (20), George Knight (18), William Goodall (15) and Ann Morris (18) as well as a Groom Joseph Shepherd and his Wife Jane (40 & 38) and their three infant children.

In 1851, Thomas and Elizabeth Bolshaw (46 & 56) were visiting Joseph and Ann Machin at Smallwood, Cheshire.
~1780 - >1841 Mary Clayton 61 61 1815 Joseph Bolshaw 1819 Emma Bolshaw In 1841, Emma was with her mother at Church Hulme, Cheshire

11 May 1846, Emma married John Oldfield.
~1780 - <1841 Thomas Bolshaw 61 61 1831 Mary Grace In 1851, Mary Grace (19) was a servant for William and Jane Hilton (blacksmith) at Halewood.

7 Jan 1856, Mary married Joseph Hindley
1834 Betty Grace 1836 Alice Grace 1852 - 1879 John Grace 27 27 ~1824 Alice Nevett 1878 Ellis Roberts Ellis married Mary Ellen 1880 Edward Thomas Roberts 1884 - 1961 Job Roberts 77 77 1888 Annie Roberts 1889 Sarah Jane Roberts 1894 Emily Roberts 1899 Richard Roberts 1842 - 1917 Mary Charmley 75 75 Mary Charmley is the daughter of John and Mary.  She was born in Shotwick, and lived in Birkenhead before she married James. 1872 - 1944 Edmund John Woodward 72 72 1874 - 1948 Reginald James Woodward 74 74 1932 - 1980 Roy Woodward 47 47 Possibly the son of George F Woodward and Violet L Conder (Married Jun 1925).  He has a sister Gloria V Woodward (b.1926). <1932 Betty Miller 1867 - 1948 Emma Fletcher 81 81 Emma was the daughter of John Fletcher, a clog maker and mother Emma. 1889 - 1977 Lily Woodward 87 87 DOB on baptism and 1939 register confirms Lily married George York (in 1910). 1891 - 1971 George Woodward 80 80 George was born Feb 1891 as only 1 month old on the census

In 1939, George was a bricklayer (DOB 23-Feb-92), and was married to Clara at Wallasey, Wirral.
1893 - 1949 Edith Woodward 56 56 8 Oct 1817, Edith married Robert Dowber at Birkenhead RO.

Edith Dowber died 24th Feb 1949 and is buried with her parents at St Hillary, Wallasey.
1888 - 1969 Robert Dowber 80 80 1886 George W F York 1912 - 1983 Leslie Hamilton York 70 70 1916 - 2009 Eric York 93 93 1920 - 2004 William Lindsay York 83 83 1900 - 1972 Clara Bostock Dooley 72 72 Clara is the daughter of Sam and Clara Dooley 1838 - 1925 Martha Cliffe 87 87 In 1882, Martha married Joseph Woodward.  Martha's father was Peter Cliffe. 1884 Lilly Woodward 1887 Edith Woodward By 1911, Edith was the only daughter to have left home. 1889 Florence Woodward 1891 Joseph Woodward By 1911, Joseph had left home (unmarried) working as a librarian at Ellesmere Port.  He was boarding with Jessie & Kate Lacey in a boarding house. 1893 Annie Woodward 1897 Gladys Woodward 1898 - 1977 George Felix Woodward 78 78 George was born 15 Nov 1898 (1939 and death registers).  The only George born about this year, son of Arthur was born in Kilburn and living in Willesden, North London in 1901, son of Arthur and Annie.

In 1939, George F and Violet L were at 7 Enstone Avenue, Litherland (near Bootle) with Gloria and Roy Woodward. George was a Time Keeper & Dock Labourer.

George Felix Woodward of 71 Cliffe Road, Wallasey died 9 April 1977 (DOB recorded as 15 Nov 1898)
1903 - 1987 Violet Louise Conder 83 83 1925 - 2001 Gloria Violet Woodward 75 75 ~1925 John H Austin 1872 Arthur Woodward 1871 Annie Woodward 1864 - 1925 Joseph Duke Conder 60 60
In 1911, Joseph Duke and Florence Maud Conder (46 & 41) were at Station Road, Wallasey with their extended family of 9 children (some missing).

1867 Mary Prestage 1869 Florence Maud Mary Hall Florence Conder's mother is Emma Hall (see 1901 census). Her father is James Hall. 1866 William George Bryant Aged 23 when William George Bryant married Florence Maud Mary Hall.  His father was also William George Bryant. 1893 William Bryant 1891 Florence Bryant 1887 Eliza E Conder 1888 Mary Conder 1893 Ellen Conder 1900 Ada Kathlen Conder 1906 Harry Conder 1908 John Cecil Conder 1901 Joseph Alfred Conder 1901 Herbert James Conder 1896 Dorothy Conder 1860 Annie Jellicoe 1892 Charles Edward Jellicoe 1895 - 1960 John Clement Jellicoe 64 64 1897 Louisa Clement Jellicoe 1925 - 1992 Roy Woodward 66 66 1888 - 1977 May Stephenson Adamson 89 89 1 Jun 1914, May Adamson travelled to Quebec, Canada to be married.  She married Albert Woodward on 18 July 1914 at Vancouver, British Colombia.

In 1917, May dad a daughter Ivy (born Canada ???)

The family returned to England to live at Neston, Wirral (where they were in 1939).

May died 1977, aged 89
1917 Ivy Woodward In 1939, Ivy is single, born 19 Apr 17, living with parents Albert and May S Woodward. Ivy is an Insurance Broker's Clerk.
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