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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. ? Mather family with reoccuring family names: Robert, Isaac, Maria Thomas from North Bury. Mary Ann frokm Blackburn Ann and George Dunn married in Bolton in 1833 and may have emigrated to the USA in 1838 Not George and Ann from Manchester. They had a son in 1828 Not the George Dunn, minister, and Ann Banks from (and married in) Yorkshire No obvious family in Bolton in 1841. Another BOOTH+MATHER family with overlapping births registered in Little Bolton Margaret and Frederick, both born 1847 must be two different BOOTH+MATHER families. Luke, Plasterer & Painter, born Harwood Lee in 1795 Also Luke, Plasterer & Painter, born Tong, lived in L.B. Lives with: Eliza Hakan Booth living with her father and new wife in 1891. Lives with: Jonathan was living with Elizabeth Thornley and family in 1881 at 167 Kay St, Little Bolton. 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Abode: Little Bolton No more children Marriage (two children) Marriage 1883 (Bolton) Marriage 1881 Marriage 1872 (Bolton) Marriage (a child) 1871 (Bolton) XTo be completed Marriage (two children) 1867 (Bolton) XTo be completed Widowed (seven children) 16 Mar 1834 (Bolton). Harwood Lee, Turton, Little Bolton after 1840 No more children Marriage (seven children) 29 Dec 1844 (Little Bolton) No more children Marriage 1884 Widowed 8 May 1872 XTo be completed Widowed (two children) 4 Oct 1812 (Bolton) No more children Marriage 19 Feb 1859 (St George's, L.B.) Marriage (a child) 1862 (Bolton RO) No more children Marriage (a child) 19 May 1866 (L. Bolton) No more children Marriage (ten children) 11 Apr 1868 (Little Bolton) Marriage (six children) 6 Dec 1852 (Bury). Abode: Walmersley & Shuttleworth No more children Cohabitation and separation (a child) No more children Marriage (three children) 1903 (Little Bolton) No more children Marriage (eight children) 1897 (Little Bolton) No more children Marriage (three children) 18 Apr 1903 (St George's, Little Bolton) No more children Marriage (two children) 1901 (Halliwell) No more children Marriage (a child) 9 June 1906 (L Bolton) +Possibly more children Marriage 1914 (Bolton RO) No more children Marriage 1912 Canada Marriage (a child) 1929 (Astley Br) No more children Marriage (two children) 1950 (Astley Br) Marriage 1977 (Bolton) Marriage Committed relationship and separation (a child) Marriage (two children) 11 Apr 1833 (Bolton) Marriage (a child) <1880 (Philly) +Possibly more children Marriage 1888 (Philly) Marriage 13 Dec 1879 (Bolton) Widowed 9 Sep 1844 XTo be completed Marriage 1920 Ontario, Canada Marriage (two children) 6 Sep 1821 No more children Marriage (eight children) 6 Apr 1825 Painter of Little Bolton No more children Lives with: in 1841, Betty (15) was living with James and Ann Booth Lives with: In 1911, Albert was living with his sister and Morris family Lives with: In 1911, Maria and John were at 467 Walmersley Rd, Bury with Marias father living with them. Named After Other: Not related as confirmed DEAN, not DUNN Named After: Luke was illegitimate, son of Mary Booth, spinster of Tong.&#32; He was probably the nephew of Luke Booth born 1804, a painter from Tong.&#10; ~1811 - 1903 Jonathan Booth 92 92 WARNING: THere is another James BOOTH + Ann MATHER family, also in Little Bolton.

Johnathan was Millwright Pattern Maker.  This is a highly skilled job, so well paid and prosperous. 

In 1841, Jonathan, millwright, and Eliza (30 & 25) were living in Water St, Little Bolton with daughters Margaret, Ann and Mary (4,3,1).

In 1851, Jonathan and Eliza (40 & 37) are still at 25 Water Street with Margatet (14), Ann (12), Mary (10), Jonathan (8), Eliza (6) and Frederick (4).

Family living at 17 Mill Hill St, Litle Bolton in 1861
Family living at 4 John St, Halliwell in 1871
Living at 167 Kay St with daughter Elizabeth in 1881

In 1901, Jonathan was a "Retired Pattern Maker".
1837 Margaret Elizabeth Booth Christened and named Margaret 16 April 1841 when a baby, but took second name Elizabeth as she grew up. 1838 Anne Booth 1840 Mary Booth 1842 Jonathan Booth A Millwright, like his father.

After Jonathan maried Jane, then had son William and then moved to Hull Yorkshire in 1869.  They had a total of 6 children.
1845 Eliza Hakan Booth Eliza was NOT Elizabeth.  Eliza's older sister Margaret Elizabeth went by the name Elizabeth. 1847 Frederick Booth Frederick was visiting John Mather of Middleton in 1861.  Was this an Uncle?

He appears twice on the 1861 census.  He's recorded as living at home with his family, but also as a visitor of John and Ann Mather at Manchester Street, Heywood, (near Manchester).  There is only one Frederick Booth born in Bolton about 1847, so it must be him!

Living with wife Elizabeth in 1881 at 39 Irving St, Little Bolton, Lancashire.

Frederick may have emigrated to America (New Hampshire) abouyt 1886, and then moved on to Vancouver, BC by 1911.
1855 Sarah Jane Booth 1839 - 1881 William Thornley 42 42 1870 William Henry Thornley 1876 Annie E Thornley 1833 - 1895 Catherine Pilling 62 62 1852 Samuel Haslam Caper Maker in 1891, living in Hunslet, Yorkshire.

A Beater m?n  Paper Maker (worker) in 1901
Ellidge Addison Swinglehurst 1847 Elizabeth Fell 1879 Annie Booth 1846 Jane Clough 1869 William Booth 1870 Robert Booth 1811 - 1852 Ann Mather 40 40 Ann married James Booth 16-Mar-1832.  The births of Luke and Betty show MMN as Mather, so this marriage appears correct. 

NOTE: This may be another Ann Mather (e.g. Ann b.1804, daughter of Charles and Alice). George Dunn also married an Ann Mather on 11-Apr-1833. There are no Records for an Ann and George Dunn in Bolton.  There is also a well defined and unrelated Jonathan Booth and Eliza Mather family from Little Bolton.

Ann Booth was a Widow, 30 in 1841, 40 (or 46) in 1851, 50 in 1861 with daughter Jane Booth (8,18,28) living in East Bolton, so this could be her.  Ann Booth (mothers Maiden Name Mather) was born in 1838 in East Bolton, but there is no death before 1842.

1813 - 1880 Eliza Mather 67 67 Possible daughter of Samuel and Alice (unconfirmed).  If  baptish 22 AUG 1813 at Holcombe, Lancashire is correct, then parents are Bowle (i.e Bold or Bould) and Margaret Mather   1822 - 1859 Betty Mather 37 37 Betty was illegitimate (as shown on her marriage).

Betty Mather (15) was with James and Ann Booth (both 25) at the Volunteer Inn, Turton (near Toppings).  Betty's assumed twin or close sister (15, F.S.) Catherine was a neighbour at Lower House.

It is likely Ann Booth is Ann Mather, her older sister
1819 - 1876 Isaac Greenhalgh 57 57 Isaac, son of Isaac, was a widower (so probably older) when he married Betty Mather

Isaac married Betty Mather in 1844.

In 1851, Isaac and Betty (31 & 28) were at Berry Row, Turton with Abraham, Isaac, and Ann (5, 3 & 1) and two lodgers.

In 1853, the family moved to Tonge where three more children were born and Betty died in 1859.

In 1861, Isaac (42, Wid) had three children: Isaac, Ann and James (13, 12 & 10) at Keston Fold, L.B.

In 1871, Isaac (51) and sons Isaac (23) and James (19) were at the Cranford Arms, 19 Bolton Street, in L.B. with Margaret Birtwistle and family boarding.
1845 - 1852 Abraham Greenhalgh 7 7 1847 - 1912 Isaac Greenhalgh 65 65 In 1871, Isaac (23) was with his father.

In 1872, Isaac, son of Isaac, married Nancy Hesketh.  He was living at 19 Bolton Street and Nancy at 40 Lum Street.

In 1881, Isaac (a Green Grocer in LB) and Nancy (34 & 37) have Fred, James and Louisa (8, 7 & 5) 
1849 Ann Greenhalgh Ann was put out for adoption.

In 1871, Ann Greenhalgh (21) was with her adopted perents, John and Sarah Windley
1852 - 1930 James Greenhalgh 78 78 1854 - 1855 Jane Greenhalgh 5m 5m 1856 - 1857 William Greenhalgh 1 1 1859 - 1859 Betty Greenhalgh 1847 Alice Booth In 1884, when Alice married Isaac Greenhalgh both were 37, and Alice was from Breightmet, dau of Thomas Booth (dec, shop keeper) 1849 - 1883 Nancy Hesketh 34 34 1835 - 1856 Esther Booth 21 21 Esther and Luke I births were registered in Turton. Later births were in Little Bolton. Esther was baptised twice, Presbyterian and later CoE.

No matching death for Esther Booth, so she probably too young to marry Thomas Harrison in 1851, Bolton St Peter, so possibly  Richard Smethurst (1860, Bolton RO).

In 1861, the Esther that married Richard Smethurst (a Coal Miner at Farnworth) was born at Pilkington about 1833, so this is probably not her.
1837 - 1840 Luke Booth 3 3 There were two Luke Booths baptised.  This Luke baptised in 1837 died aged 3.  The other was son of Mary Booth of Tong, a spinster, baptised 8 Nov 1835. 1840 - 1864 Betty Booth 24 24 In 1862, Betty Booth married Thomas Kelly (Bolton RO).

In 1863, Thomas and Betty had a son James, who died.

Betty died in 1864, aged 24.
1844 - 1872 Luke Booth 27 27 Luke was a house painter (as was his father).

In 1866, Luke married Jane Robinson from Warrington.  The following year they had a son James.

In 1872, Luke died at Daubhill, Rumworth, aged 28.
1847 - 1903 Margaret Booth 55 55 Margaret married Levi Lomax 1851 - 1858 Mary Jane Booth 7 7 1852 - 1858 William Booth 5 5 William's birth weas registered Q2 1852.

There were two William Booth births registered in Little Bolton in 1852.  Mothers were HIGHTON and MATHER.  There were also two baptisms, but niether for this William.

William's mother Ann died Aug 1852 when William was born.
1812 - 1867 James Booth 54 54 James was from Harwood Lee and wife Ann from Sharples.

1835-40, James and Ann had Esther baptised at Toppings Turton, and their next two children (Luke and Betty) also registered at Turton.

In 1841, James Booth, a painter, and Ann (both 25) were at the Volunteer, Turton (managed by William Baron, publican and Ann).  With them was Betty Mather (15, Ann's half-sister) and daughters Esther (5) and Betty (1).  Thier son Luke had died in 1840, aged 3.

In 1851, James and Ann Booth (both 38) were at 73 Bridge Street, Little Bolton with Esther (15), Betty 10), Luke (6), Margaret (3), and Mary Jane (3mo).

Ann died in 1851 and James Booth married Mary Lomax.

In 1861, James Booth (47, born Harwood) was a painter employing 2 boys and 10 men, living at 196 Kay Street, Little Bolton.  He was now married to Mary (41, b. Turton) and had Luke (16), Margaret (14) and Thomas Holt (step-son, 15).

James died in 1867
1795 - 1857 Luke Booth 62 62 Being in the building trade, Luke was probably an important and well known person, born Harwood Lee.  He would have known the Mather family there.

Luke's first wife Esther died in 1819, and Luke remarried Jane Crompton in 1821 and had John and Jane by her.

In 1841, Luke (a plasterer) and Jane (40 & 50) weere at Barn Square, Little Bolton with John and Jane (both 15)

In 1851, Luke (born Harwood Lee) and Jane (51 & 60) were at 1 Slater Street, Little Bolton with 5 lodgers.

Luke died by accident, falling from a ladder at his warehouse.
1795 - 1819 Esther Hamer 24 24 1815 Jane Booth Jane, daughter of Luke and Esther of Breightmet.  There was another Jane, baptised this year, daughter of James and Ann of Harwood. ~1823 - 1861 Mary Lomax 38 38 Mary was the daughter of John Lomax, a collier.

Mary had a son Thomas Holt, a painter, aged 16 born Bolton  and with the family in 1861.
Thomas Kelly KELLY or KELLEY (when son James birth was registered). 1863 - 1864 James Kelly 1 1 1846 Jane Robinson Jane was the daughter of Joseph and Sarah Robinson.  The family moved to Little Bolton before Jane was 5 years old.

Luke died in 1872, and in 1876 Jane re-married (possibly William Entwistle)
1867 James Booth Born 1866 (another James Booth was born Q4/1870, son of John Booth and Mary Robinson).

In 1871, James (4) was with his parents Luike and Jane in Bolton.  James's father Luke died in 1872.
1845 - 1926 Levi Lomax 81 81 In 1861, Levi Lomas (16) was living with his step-mother Jane Lomas

1897, daughter Mary Ann Booth was the first of the family to marry and leave home.

In 1901, Levi and Margaret (56 & 53) were at 12 Parkinson Street, Little Bolton with James (30), George (28), Jane (24), William (21), Samuel (19), Albert (16) and Ernest (14).
1830 - 1893 Mary Ann Jane Bolton 63 63 "Mary Ann Jane Bolton" was baptised at Blackburn 26 Sep 1830, the daughter of Robert and Mary Bolton.

In 1841, Mary (10) was with her parents Robert and Mary (45 & 40) and siblings Betty (6), Elizabeth (4) and James (10 mo) at Witton, Blackburn.

In 1851, Mary Ann Bolton (23, born Blackburn) was visiting James and Sarah Stott (53 & 54) at Back King Street, South Bury.

In 1852, Mary Ann Jane Bolton married Thomas.  She was the daughter of Robert Bolton a Calico Printer, and both of Freetown (NE Bury).

In 1861, Thomas is missing of the census (shown "husband absent").  "Martha" Ann, (wife, 30) was with Mary (7), Robert (6), Isaac (5), Betty (3) and Maria (7mo) and sister and brother Betty & James Bolton. They are at Lower Park, Bury.
1810 - 1852 <unknown> 42 42 1869 James Lomax 1871 - 1871 George Lomax 1874 Mary Ann Lomax 1877 - 1940 Jane Lomax 63 63 In 1911, Jane was at 142 Blackburn Road, Walmsley 1879 William Lomax 1882 Samuel Lomax 9 Jun 1906, Samuel (24), Fitter, Bachelor, 41 Lyon Street married Betsy Wood (22) 1884 Albert Lomax There were two Albert Lomax births registered at Bolton 6 months appart with MMN = BOOTH.

In 1911, Albert was living with his sister and Morris family.
1887 Ernest Lomax Ernest may have married in Canada - unconfirmed

In 1901, Ernest was at 12 Plekinson St, Little Bolton.

On the 28 Sep 1923, Ernest Lomax of Parkinson St, Bolton (36) sailed from Liverpool to Quebec on the Montclare, Canadian Pacific Railway Line
1872 - 1929 George Lomax 57 57 In 1903, George married Jane Hannah SCHOFIELD at Bolton, St George (ref: 61/8/59) 1877 - 1921 Jane Hannah Schofield 44 44 1904 - 1977 Gilbert Lomax 73 73 1905 James Lomax 1908 - 1909 May Lomax 9m 9m 1873 George Morris 1876 - 1940 Nathaniel (Nathan) Haslam 64 64 1903 - 1974 Ida Haslam 71 71 Ida married John Henry Irving (1898-1980) 1905 - 1939 Beatrice Haslam 34 34 Beatrice married Tom Previtt (1905-1993) 1908 - 1990 Gladys Haslam 82 82 Gladys married James D Bleakley (1903-1957) 1880 - 1959 Blanche Hoggitt 79 79 1901 - 1992 Harold Lomax 90 90 In 1930, Harold married Elsie Beaumont 1903 - 1973 Fred Lomax 69 69 16 Nov 1929, Fred married Doris Spedding 1884 Betsy Wood Betsy (bride's father) was William Wood, Fitter 1885 Margaret E McKay 1886 - 1919 Beatrice Bayers 33 33 Beatrice was the daughter of Garforths and Hannah Boyers from Bury.

In 1911, Beatrice was still single and living in Halliwell.  It appers she went to Ontario, Canada to marry Ernest Lomax in 1912.
1908 Emily Morris 1914 Phyllis Morris 1920 - 1980 Eric Morris 60 60 1897 - 1897 George Morris 1899 Albert Morris 1901 Lillie Morris 1903 Margaret Annie Morris 1906 George Morris 1905 - 1993 Tom S Pevitt 88 88 Barbara died in 1939 and in 1941, Tom married Rose M Skille.
Barbara Pevitt 1925 - 2017 Rowland R Hart 92 92 Jean Wilshaw Ann Pevitt Jane Pevitt 1907 Hilda Lomax 1855 Robert Mather 1854 Mary Mather In 1891, Mary (36, single) was living with her parents. 1857 Isaac Mather 1859 Betty Mather 1860 Maria Mather In 1911, Maria and John were at 467 Walmersley Rd, Bury with Marias father living with them. 1853 - 1854 Mary Mather 1 1 1863 John Fenton 1829 Thomas Mather In 1939 baptism shows Thomas is the son of Ann Mather (spinster) of Breightmet.

If Thomas was the son of Richard and Hannah (as 1841 and 1851 census suggests), then they were about 50 when Thomas was born.  Me may be an illegitimate son of one of their children, most likely Ann, or a nephew.

In 1841, Thomas (18) was at Dandy Row, Sharples with his (assumed) brothers John and James (20 & 15) and father Richard (60). Because he appears after James he is not in birth order, so may not be Richard's son.

In 1851, Thomas (21, Un) was living with his brother James.

Thomas was a cotton spinner like his other male siblings.  However, the marriage in Bolton to Mary Ann Beswick 14 July 1850 must be another, as Thomas was with his "brother" James in 1851, unmarried.
1810 David Mangnall Son of John and Mary Magnell of Tottington

In 1851, John was married to Mary at Whithins, Tottington Lower End, and had Richard (15), Alice (14), Betty (8), John (5) and Mary (1 mo).
Betty Mather 1831 - 1901 Thomas Mather 70 70 Thomas was baptised at Tottington, son of Betty Mather, a weaver.  This is the only Mather Baptism in Tottington (the nearest is Esther, dauter of Henry and Mary in 1840)

In 1861, Thomas was absent from his family (who were living in Walmersley).

In 1871, Thomas (40) was a clogger with wife Mary A (40) and Mary (17), Robert (16), Isaac (14), Betty (12 and Maria (10) at 57 Lorel Street, S Bury.

In 1881, Thomas and Mary Ann (both 50) were at 32 Oxford Street, S Bury with Mary (27), Betty (22), Maria (20) and nieces Alice and Elizabeth Taylor (15 & 12)

In 1891, Thomas (60, born Nuttall) was at Holcombe with Mary A (61), daughter Mary (36) and niece Elizabeth Taylor (21)
<1813 - 1868 George C Dunn 55 55 In 1833, George married Ann Mather at Bol;ton.

In 1835, George (a mariner) and Ann may have had a daughter Jane, born in Liverpool.  This appears to fit with the 1880 US census, and is also the only child born in Liverpool.

In 1838, George C Dunn emigrated from Bolton to Philadelphia.
Anne Mather Maybe born 1796 and nurse, widow in 1861 aged 66.  If so, Anne had a daughter Ellen (b.1827) who married William Baxendale in 1853 (civil marriage). A private connected tree owner TimWinstanley has a DNA match with Julie Young.

Also Cory Mather has 46 cM DNA connections to Rosa Baxendale (but no tree).
1835 Jane Dunn Jane is shown as Jane Rothwell in 1880 ~1865 Emma Bauman 1863 - 1951 George R Dunn 87 87 In 1880 (Philadelphia, US), George born Phila and wife Emma (both 57), born Germany had a son Frank aged 29 (who reported his father's death in 1951). 1804 Alice Martin 1838 Elizabeth Dunn 1849 - 1852 Mary Dean 2 2 Mary DEAN of a mother MATHER !

DEAN was possibly a typo for DUNN as there seems to be no Dean and Mather marriage in Bolton, and no other birth.  However, Mary died aged 4, buried at Salford and name is confirmed as DEAN.

There are two possible Mary Dean's, both in Salford:
a) Mary (2) and Charles (5), children of Mary Dean (34, Widow, born Yorkshire) living at 22 Ford Street.
b) Mary (2) dughter of who had a sister Alice Dean (aged 9 mo, born Woodchurch, Wirral, Mothers Maiden Name TABBERNER).
3) This is not the Mary from Accrington, as she was a twin of Cornelius Dean.

In 1861, Mary Chatterton (43, born Gisburn, Yorkshire) was House Keeper at 73 Silk St, Salford with son Charles H Dean (15, born Seacomb) and several others. Mary Dean (38) had married Thomas Chatterton, a fishmonger, in 1855.  She was the daughter of William Dean a farmer

This older Mary Dean does appear to be the mother of Mary Dean that died, aged 4.  It is likely therefopr the father was a MATHER as mother Mary is clearly a spinster.  Son Charles Henry Dean (born Wallasey, Wirral , 1846, no MMN) must also be illegitimate.
1856 Esther Booth This is Esther, daughter of Thomas Booth and Susanna Walch, born 1856 at Tong.

13 Dec 1879, Esther Booth of Harwood, daughter of Thomas Booth a Dyer married James Taylor 26, forgeman and bachelor of Ainsworth Houses, Tong.
1851 James Taylor ~1818 Roger Holt 1891 Mary Jane Doak 1791 Jane Crompton 1823 John Booth 1827 Jane Booth 1817 - 1904 Luke Booth 87 87 Luke was illegitimate, son of Mary Booth, spinster of Tong.  He was probably the nephew of Luke Booth born 1804, a painter from Tong.

18 June 1856, Luke Booth, Widower, son of Luke married Mary Pollitt, widow,  daughter of Joseph Baron, a shoe maker at Boilton St Peter.

In 1881, Luke Booth (62) born Lancashire and Pheobe Ann Booth (58) and son Milton Booth (28) were at Sheridan, Yamhill, Oregon, USA.  This may be another person - TBC
1868 - 1870 Elizabeth Lomax 2 2 1804 Luke Booth Luke, Son of John Booth & Mary of Little Bolton, part of the Painter and Plaster family. ~1805 Mary Clifford 1825 James Booth 1827 John Booth 1831 - 1832 Joseph Booth 1 1 1833 Thomas Booth 1836 - 1836 Richard Booth 1837 Elizabeth Booth 1840 Sarah Jane Booth 1843 Richard Booth
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