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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. ? There is another John and Alice Booth family from Middleton. They had Martha (1804), James (1806), Robert (1810+1811), George (1813) Wrong Nanny Mather DNA links to Paul Mather but not descended from Nanny Mather Possible Marriages for Nanny Mather are Samuel Kay (Bolton 1829), Richard Booth (Bolton 1825), William Woods (Haslingden 1820) and William Ridyard (Deane 1816). Nancy & Samuel Kay moved to Tottington (close) and had Kitty, Elizabeth and Alice. Nancy & Richard Booth cannot be found (1841) but there are two families with christenings in Newton Heath and Ashton (both unlikely). Nancy & William Woods stayed in Haslingden and had a large family: Thomas, Betty, Margaret (Peggy), Mary, John & Susannah. Nancy & William Ridyard had Alice (1820) and Jno (1822), christened St Peters, Bolton. Of the FOUR options, Samuel Kay is the better match as Tottington is only 1.5 miles NE of Ainsworth where "Nanny" was christened (between Bolton & Bury). Another James Mather, Married Deane, Abode Clifton, Collier. Another Nancy (or Nanny) Mather - These are DNA matches to CORY & PAUL Mather Peter Mather was not from Lancashire No DNA Matches Booth family appear related to Mather family, living in the same places (Toppings, Club Houses and Bradshaw) in Turton Possibly related via Ann Cunliffe Unconfirmed Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Adopted Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Adopted Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Adopted Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Distrust Marriage (three children) 21 Sep 1814 (Bolton) No more children Marriage (six children) 25 Sep 1774 (Bolton) No more children Marriage m. 1822 Marriage (eight children) 25 Nov 1829 (Bolton) Entwistle & Toppings, Turton Marriage (two children) 7-Sep-1825 (Bolton) No more children Marriage (eight children) 25-Aug-1790 (Bolton) Breightmet / Little Bolton No more children Marriage (five children) 8 Sep 1816 (Bury). Abode: Little Bolton Marriage (eight children) 1784 (Bolton) Ainsworth No more children Marriage (five children) 16 Jun 1760 (Bolton, Breighmet) Widowed (three children) 19 Nov 1827 Abode: Toppings Marriage (two children) Casual relationship and separation (a child) Marriage 1869 XTo be completed Marriage (ten children) 13 Dec 1829 (Bolton): Abode: Toppings, Turton Widowed (eight children) 12 Oct 1820 (Bolton) Abode Tong & Little Bolton Marriage (four children) 7 Aug 1848 No more children Marriage (eight children) 4 Jan 1802 (Bolton). Abode: Harwood Lee No more children Marriage (a child) Bury Marriage (ten children) 17 Nov 1867 (Middleton) No more children Marriage (four children) 11 July 1858 (Walmsley) Abode Toppings No more children Marriage (six children) 19 Sep 1852 Abode: Cox's Green, Turton +Possibly more children Marriage (a child) 1893 (Walmsley) XTo be completed Marriage (three children) No more children Marriage <1822 Marriage (eight children) 13 Jan 1851. Little Bolton No more children Marriage (six children) 7 Aug 1862 (St. Mary, Prestwich) Marriage (seven children) 1883 (Glodwick, Oldham) Marriage (six children) 18 Nov 1916 (Oldham). Abode: Chadderton No more children Marriage 1859 (Bolton) Marriage 3 Oct 1923 Marriage (nine children) 4 June 1887 (Chadderton, St. Matthew) No more children Marriage Q3 1940 Marriage 1946 Marriage 1946 Marriage 1944 tbc Marriage Q3 1948 Marriage Marriage 21 Apr 1851 XTo be completed Marriage 17 Apr 1881 Marriage 18 Apr 1876 (Elton) Marriage (six children) 15 Apr 1844 (Deane). Abode: Bury No more children Marriage (three children) 1813 Walmsley +Possibly more children Marriage (five children) 1839 (Bolton, St Peter). Abode: Tottington Marriage 20 Aug 1892 XTo be completed Marriage (eight children) 3 Jul 1880 (Bolton) Abode: Turton No more children Relative of: Nanny was Alice&#39;s niece, daughter of James Mather &amp; Happy Lomax (Alice&#39;s sister) Relative of: James and John Booth were probably brothers from Breighmet, both using Ainsworth Pariah Church to baptise their children Neighbor: in 1841, Peter Mather (49) and Richard Booth (37) with Alice and John Booth (16 &amp; 12) were both at Back Cross Street, L.B.&#10;2 households 10 houses appart. Representative of: Daniel ws the executor of his father&#39;s will Lives with: Catherine Booth, Widow (of John, not Richard), aged 86 is living with her daughter Elizabeth (37) in 1851. Work with: In 1861 John Booth (son of Richard), 32, is a House Painter in Chanthem Court East Bolton.&#32; His cousin, also John Booth, 31 (son of Peter) was also a house painter. Lives with: In 1871, Margaret Booth (11) was a servant (nurse girl) for Emanuel and Mary Winterbottom (her uncle and aunt). Neighbor: Two families were neighbours in 1891 Neighbor: In 1861, John and Margaret Booth and family and John&#39;s father Peter &amp; Sarsah Booth were neighbours at 52 and 54 Lark Street, Little Bolton Lives with: In 1939, sisters May and constance, both single, were living in 3 Lane, Grotton, Saddleworth, Yorkshire. Representative of: In 1858, Elizabeth was a witness to her brother John&#39;s marriage to Ann Lowe Representative of: Alfred &amp; Alice KAy were witness to Ellen&#39;s 1876 marriage Lives with: In 1851, Elijah Kay (16) was with his grandmother Betty and her son and family William and Mary Kay at Burrs, Walmsley. : In 1893, Henry and Alice Ann Isherwood were witness to Lily&#39;s marriage Representative of: Nancy Kay and Alice Ann Crook were cousins of the same age, and possibly classmates at school.&#32; In 1880, Nancy was witness to Alice Ann&#39;s marriage. 1791 - ~1830 Samuel Astley 39 39 Father was James Astley and Mother Mary Bury 1752 - 1823 James Astley 71 71 Parents were William Astley and Isobel 1751 - 1819 Mary Bury 68 68 To marriage records on same date, so unsure if Mary Bury or Roscow, but several index records for Bury, which seems to be the correct one. 1775 - 1776 Isobel Astley 1 1 1776 John Astley 1781 William Astley William married Maria Charnock
Marriage:  16 NOV 1808   St Peter, Bolton
1779 James Astley 1784 - 1855 Nicholas Astley 71 71 1814 Samuel Astley 1814 - 1814 Mary Astley 1816 - 1818 Maria Ann Astley 1 1 ~1795 Mary Ann Simmins 1770 - 1851 Alice Lomax 81 81 Another Alice Lomax of Bolton, daughter of James Lomax and Mary Crompton was christened 2 Apr 1775.  This other Alice married John Booth on 25 Aug 1790.

Alice was on the Little Bolton poor list in 1811 (but not 1831), living in Green Street. She would have only been 41, so this may be another.

In 1851 she was Head of household, aged 80, proprietor of land at Silverwell St, Great Bolton
1804 - 1876 Samuel Kay 72 72 In 1871, Samuel and Nancy (69 & 68) were at Toppings, Turton with Ann (29) 1833 - 1834 Kitty Kay 1 1 Missing on 1841 & 1851 census 1834 Elizabeth Kay In 1852, Elizabeth Kay, daughter of Samuel, a Crofter from Halliwell married William Crook, a Stoker from Halliwell, son of John Crook a Wheelwright.

In 1871, Elizabeth Crook (45) was at Mill Street, Walmsley, Turton with her daughters Liley (12) and Mary (9).
1836 - 1837 Alice Kay 3m 3m Missing on 1841 & 1851 census 1831 - 1885 John Kay 54 54 In 1871, John (Wid, 40) and his 3 daughters were living at 192 Toppings next to his parents house, 193 Toppings.

In 1884, his only child that survived, married Thomas Bolton at Walmsley.  John was described as a Gentleman.  (Elizabeth had died in 1880 and Nancy died in 1885).
1838 - 1897 George Kay 59 59 After they married, George and Ann had their first three (or four including another infant) children's births registered at Royton, Oldham (near Middleton).

About 1874 the family moved to Staletbridge, Cheshire where the next 6 children's births were registered.

About 1884 they may have moved again to Dukinfield (nearby) where Elize Ann and Annie's births were registered.
1842 Ann Kay Ann may have married Janes Turner, and had a daughter Alice A, who was 9 in 1871, and staying with grandparents Samuel and Nancy.

Ann Kay (maiden name) was with her mother, still at Turton in 1881

Ann died a spinster 23 May 1891 at 398 Hardman's terrace.
1824 - 1850 Alice Booth 25 25 Alice Booth died in Little Boltob, aged 25.  The same year, a boys birth was registered (unnamed) with no father shown, so it's possible Alice died in childbirth, having an illitimate son. 1829 John Booth John never married.  The John Booth b~1832 a painter who married Margaret Emmett in Jan 1851 was the son of Peter Booth.

In 1841, John (12) and sister Alice (16) were at Back Cross St, Little Bolton with their father Richard Booth (37)

In 1846, John Booth, aged 17 years, was transported for 10 years for Larceny.

In 1861 John Booth; 32; lodger; unmarried, is a House Painter in Chanthem Court East Bolton.  His cousin, also John Booth (son of Peter) was also a house painter.

After 1837 marriages show ages and father's name, so it is apparent that John never married.

In 1881 John was 54, sill single, a general labourer at Bk Rothwell Street, E Bolton.
1813 Elizabeth Booth Elizabeth Longworth (37, born Bury) was in Hulme in 1851, married to Simon Longworth, a silk weaver with her mother Catherine (86)

Father is John..  John and Sarah had Elizabeth baptised 1815.  Is this the same person?
1798 - 1838 Nanny (Nancy) Mather 40 40 Should Nanny be Nancy or Annie?

Dont confuse this Nanny with the Nanny Mather who married Samuel Astle.  The records show that the Nanny who married Samuel Astley was born about 1792 and died 1819.

There ia another Nancy Mather, born 31 May 1799 dau of James and Sally

There's a Nancy Mather who married William Woods in Haslingden, 31-Dec-1820. This is also another, the daughter of Betty Mather, born 1799 in Haslingden.

The Nancy Mather who married Samuel Kay was born 1803 (from 1851 and 1861 census)
1771 - 1840 John Booth 69 69 The John from Middleton who was a shopkeeper in 1841 and 1851 was born about 1775 is another.  Our John must have been born about 1771 (or earlier) as he married Alice Lomax in 1790. The other John Booth (with Alice), shopkeeper and grocer died in Middleton in 1857, aged 81.

John was a Whister (bleacher or whitener) when he married Alice Lomax. His son Peter was also a Bleacher.

After they were married, John and Alice lived at Breightmet for 3 or 4 years, and had Josiah and Elizabeth baptised at Christ Church, Ainsworth.  Later baptisms were at St. Peter's, Bolton and they lived at Little Bolton.

1801 Robert Booth There is another Robert, son of Josiah and Mary, born Apr 1802

25 June 1820 Robert (a spinner) may have married Mary Knowles. Another possibility is Mary Fogg, 11 Oct 1828.  It is possibly the same Robert, as a spinner in both cases.
1806 - 1807 James Booth 1 1 James (44), a warper of silk was at No 4 Long Street, Middleton in 1851, with both his parents shop keepers at No.5 1808 Alice Booth 1797 - 1872 Peter Booth 75 75 In 1816, Peter Booth was a Whister & bachelor when he married Mary Bond.

In 1834, Peter is listed as a crofter when Ellen is baptised

In 1841, Peter and Mary (both 45) were living at Hulme Street, Little Bolton.  Peter was a bleacher. They had James (20), Robert (16), John (13), Mary (6) and Ellen Booth (5)

In 1851, Peter and Mary (both 54) ware at 21 Chapel Street, Little Bol;ton (with no children).  Peter is a Whitelimer Masher.

18 Oct 1852, a Peter Booth, Widower of Breightmet, son of John Booth married Sarah Twist.  This is another Sarah as both Peter and his father were painters.

6 March 1859, Peter Booth, Bleacher & Widower of Little Bolton married Sarah Knowles, spinster.

In 1861, Peter and Sarah (64 & 41) are at 54 Lark Street, Little Bolton with two step-sons, Samuel and Thomas Knowles (15 & 9).

In 1871, Peter and Sarah (77 & 55) still had Thomas (17) with them at 54 Lark Street.
1795 John Booth 1798 - 1851 Mary Bond 53 53 1821 James Booth 1824 Robert Booth 6 Jan 1840, Robert Booth, possibly another, (aged 17) was aquitted of larceny.

In 1841, Robert Booth, possibly another, (aged 17) was aquitted of larceny.
1827 John Booth 13 Jan 1851 John, son of Peter Booth married Margaret Emmett.  However, John was a miner, a Painter, yet in April 1851 he is 22.

In 1851, John and Margaret (22 & 20) are at Haigh Street, Litle Bolton in a room  in the home of Johnathan and Mary Emmett (Margaret's parents).  Their 2mo son is Robert (but registered as Peter).

In 1861, John (31, House Painter) and Margaret (31) were at 52 Lark Street, Little Bolton with Jonathan (8) and Mary Jane (2). John Westhead (28) and Ann Emmett (24, sister-in-law?) were lodgers.  His father was at 54 Lark Street.
1835 - 1914 Mary Booth 79 79 1835 - 1842 Ellen Booth 7 7 1791 Josiah Booth Josiah married Alice and had a son James in 1815.  He was a Whister (like his father). 1792 Elizabeth Booth 1763 - 1834 James Booth 71 71 1765 - 1841 Rachael Horrocks 76 76 Rachel Booth (75) was with Henry & Margaret Horrock in 1841, probable her nephew. 1791 Lawrence Booth 1787 Mary Booth 1793 Elizabeth Booth 1795 James Booth 1790 Martha Booth 1788 - 1788 John Booth 1736 - 1830 Thomas Booth 94 94 1736 - 1810 Catherine Holt 74 74 1777 Isaac Booth In 1836, Isaac Booth had house and land at East Breightmet Hill

In 1839, Isaac's son William Booth died (aged 19) and 2 weeks lateer his wife Nancy Booth died (aged 42).
1773 William Booth 1775 Mary Booth 1807 - 1880 Ann Cunliffe 73 73 In 1851, Ann (43) was married to Richard Booth (60), living at 4 Club Houses, Turton with 7 children. 1832 Yates Booth In 1841, Yates Booth was at Toppings, Turton

In 1851, Yates (17) was with parents Richard and Ann (60 & 43) and his younger siblings at 4 Club Houses, Turton.

In 1859, Yates Booth (25) from Walmsey, the son of Richard Booth, a labourer married Mary Garstang from Astley Bridge.  They had a son James in 1861.

In 1871, Yates and Mary (37 & 34) are at Sharples with 2 children

In 1901, Yates was an inmate at Farnworth Workhouse.
1836 Ann Booth In 1841, Ann Booth was aged 5 at Toppings, Turton.

In 1851, Ann was 15, born Turton.

On 2 April 1859, Ann (23, dau of Richard from Turton) married William Coop. 
1838 Elizabeth Booth 1840 Alice Booth 1847 George Booth 1849 Sarah Booth
Sarah's mother Ann died in 1881 at Toppings.  In 1881, Sarah was still unmarried at 34 Toppings Road, Turton.

On 17 Apr 1881, Sarah Booth married Eli Openshaw
1823 William Booth In 1841, William Booth (20) was at Toppings, Turton with his father Richard Booth (45) and (Step-mother) Ann (30). 1827 Daniel Booth In 1841, Daniel Booth (15) was at Toppings, Turton with his father Richard Booth (45) and (Step-mother) Ann (30).

The Daniel Booth, b.1829, son of Richard and Rachel Booth (at Bridge Street, L.B. in 1841 and 1851) is another family.

In 1869, Daniel was a widow when he married Prudence Howarth.  His father was Rihcard Booth, a spinner.

In 1871, Daniel and Prudence (42 & 36) were at 73 Hampton Street, Little Bolton with Walter (7) and Lily (3 mo)
1828 Robert Booth In 1841, Robert Booth (15) was at Toppings, Turton with his father Richard Booth (45) and (Step-mother) Ann (30).

On 21 April 1851 Robert of Turton (a gardener), son of Richard of Turton (also a gardener), married Emma Boardman.
1831 Richard Booth In 1841, Richard Booth (10) was at Toppings, Turton with his father Richard Booth (45) and mother (or possibly step-mother) Ann (30).  Richard was listed out of order below the other family on the 1841 census, so may be a step-son (i.e. son of Ann before she married). 1837 - 1839 Peter Booth 2 2 1792 - 1851 Peter Mather 59 59 In 1841, Peter Mather (indexed as Mather Peter, no occupation given) was 49, living at Back Cross Street, Little Bolton with Ann (25), John (23) and Elizabeth (6 mo).  Peter was NOT from Lancashire, although the others were.

There was a Peter and Sarah Mather from Prescot who had Ann baptised in 1818.  He was a hairdresser.

NOTE: There is another Peter Mather of Church Street, Radcliffe, of similar age.  That Peter was an Organist in 1841.
<unknown> 1815 Ann Mather In 1841, Ann (25) and John (23) were with their assumed father Pater Mather at Back Cross Street, Little Bolton. 1817 John Mather In 1841, Ann (25) and John (23) were with their assumed father Pater Mather at Back Cross Street, Little Bolton. 1840 Elizabeth Mather Elizabeth was 6 mo on the June 1841 census with Peter Mather (49), Ann (25), John (23), but no mother. 

There are two birth registrations (for Little Bolton), 1840 (Mother also Mather, so probably Base child of Ann), and another in 1841 (the daughter of joshua Mather and Elizabeth KAY).
~1815 <unknown> 1846 - 1846 Ellen Booth 1845 - 1847 Mary Booth 2 2 1835 Prudence Howarth 1791 - 1868 Richard Booth 77 77 In 1841, Richard and Ann (45 & 30) are at Toppings, Turton with William, Daniel and Robert (20, 15 & 15) from his first marriage and also Yates (7), Ann (5), Elizabeth (2) and Alice (1).  There was also Richard Booth (10) possibly a stepson (?)

In 1851, Richard Booth and Ann (60 & 43) are at Club Houses, Turton with Richard (20), Yates (17), Ann (15), Elizabeth (12), Alice (10), George (3) and Sarah (2).

Also in 1851, Richard and Rachel Booth (both 42), have Daniel (22), Robert (10) and Betsy (15). Richard is a Salt Dealer, so this may be another family (unless Richard Booth was a biggamist as both families appear combined in 1841).

In 1861, Richard and Ann (71 & 53) were at Highfield Terrace, Turton and had Richard (30), Alice (20) and Sarah (12).

Richard died in 1868. Daniel son of Richard was executor to his father's Will.

In 1871 Ann his widow was still living in Toppings with Richard (40) and Sarah (22)

In 1880, Richard's wife Ann died at Toppings.
1809 - >1851 Rachel Kirkman 42 42 1798 Richard Booth Richard was the son of Richard Booth, a labourer.

Richard & Betty married in 1822.  The birth of arah Catherine reveals Betty's maiden name was Redford (not Hutchinson which is another couple)

In 1841, Richard and Betty (40 & 35) were at Back Kay Street With Joseph and Betty (both 15), Adam (10) and Richard, Alice and Sarah (all 5, bot not triplets)

In 1848, Richard (45, widower) married Margaret Martin (25), daughter of Anthony Martin.

In 1851, Richard (53, painter, lodger) is in W Bolton with new wife Margaret (3), , Alice (16), Sarah C (11), John T (10), George A (2) and Thomas Martin (4)
1804 - 1847 Betty Redford 43 43 1822 Joseph Booth 1825 Betty Booth 1828 - 1876 Adam Booth 48 48 In 1852, Adam married Charlotte Higson (TBC) 1834 Richard Booth 1840 Sarah Catherine Booth 1835 Alice Booth 1841 John Thomas Booth 1818 Margaret Martin Margaret was the daughter of Anthony Martin, a shoemaker from Manchester. 1849 George A Booth 1846 Thomas Martin Thomas born 1846 was illegitimate (no father named on birth record), although probably Richard's son as he married Margaret in 1848 1852 Levi Booth 1857 Florence Booth 1844 - 1845 Margaret Booth 1 1 ~1780 John Booth John was a weaver from Harwood Lee (when Mary baptised in 1802 and Sarah in 1810).  All CoE baptisms only show "Harwood". Catherine in 1851, Catherine Booth, Widow, aged 86 is living with her daughter Elizabeth, aged 37, wife of Simonm Longworth. Both are botn Bury. ~1780 Sarah Scowcroft Sarah Scowcroft married John Booth (Weaver) in 1802 1803 - 1867 Richard Booth 63 63 In 1841 Richard Booth (37) was at Back Cross Sreet, Little Bolton with Alice (16) and John (12). Nancy had died in 1838

In 1851 Richard (48, Visitor) is visiting Susannah Higson (50, Widow) and her daughter Chaoline (20) at 49 Back Chapel St, Little Bolton.
1804 John Booth 1813 Richard Booth John Booth 1806 Alice Booth 1821 Robert Booth 1817 Luke Booth Another Luke Booth born 1804, that married Mary. He was the  son of John and Mary Booth of Tonge, so probably related (but not cousins). 1815 Elizabeth Booth 1802 Mary Booth Born at Harwood Lee 1810 Sarah Booth Born at Harwood Lee 1805 Catherine Booth 1807 - 1884 Rachel Booth 77 77 12 May 1834, Rachel married Thomas Hamer, a labourer 1792 - 1819 Nanny Mather 27 27 Another Nanny Mather 1840 - 1841 Samuel Kay 1 1 1846 - 1847 Samuel Kay 1 1 1803 - 1882 Nancy Mather 79 79 Samuel from Entwistle and Nancy Mather from the Turton Mather family of Toppings.  Most likely the daiughter of Solomon (or possibly Isaac).

Nancy Mather had an illegitimate daughter Eliza born 1819.  It may be this Nancy (tbc).

Lived in Chapel Town, Turton in 1841 and 1851

Nancy & Samuel Kay moved to Tottington (close) and had Kitty, Elizabeth and Alice.
1844 Ann Rhodes 1886 - 1955 Annie Kay 69 69 1832 - 1866 Ann Lowe 34 34 Ann, born 1832, was the daughter of Joseph and Ann Lowe from Turton, a Crofter (confirmed by baptism and marriage records).  She probably had a brother Johnj (tbc), a witness at her marriage. 1860 - 1880 Elizabeth Ann Kay 20 20 1861 - 1885 Nancy Kay 24 24 On 7 Oct 1863, Nancy and Mary Alice Kay (daughters of John and Ann) were baptised together at St George's. Little Bolton. 1863 Mary Alice Kay On 7 Oct 1863, Nancy and Mary Alice Kay (daughters of John and Ann) were baptised together at St George's. Little Bolton.

On 16 Oct 1884, Mary Alice Kay, 21 of Walmsley daughter of John Kay, Gentleman married John Bolton (Engineer, 23, son of Joseph deceased of Bedford, Leigh).
1865 - 1868 John James Kay 2 2 1837 - <1892 William Crook 55 55 WARNING: There is another CROOK+KAY Family (William and Hannah from Darcy Lever who had Robert and more).

In 1861, William (22) and Elizabeth (26) were at Eagley (no children)

In 1869, William a labourer of Turton had Lilly baptised at St. Ann's, Turton. Three years later he had his three girls (inc. Lilly again) baptised at Walmsley.

In 1871, William and Elizabeth (32 & 38) were at Walmsley, Turton with their daughter Lilly (2)

In 1881, Elizabeth (45) was head at Cox's Green, Turton with Lily (12) and Mary (9).
1869 Lilly Crook In 1881, Lily was at Cox's Green, Turton with her mother Elizabeth.   1871 Mary Crook 20 Aug 1892, Mary Ann Crook, daughter of William married Robert Sharrocks.  Their first daughter was Lilly (i.e. named after her sister).

In 1901, then lived at 5 Marsden Street, Little Bolton.
1874 - 1949 Albert Wilson 75 75 Albert was the son of George Wilson (probably of Bradshaw), deceased in 1893 when Albert married. 1896 John Wilson 1861 Alice Ann Crook Alice Ann was missing in 1871, but then baptised in 1872 (presumed as an adult).

3 July 1880, Alice Ann Crook (19) married Henry Isherwood (22, Finisher of Turton).

In 1893, Henry and Alice Ann Isherwood were witness to Lily's marriage
1882 - 1958 Edgar Harold Windett 76 76 1915 - 1915 Annie Windett 1915 - 1915 Mary Windett 1918 - 2008 Edgar Windett 90 90 1796 - 1839 Nancy Booth 43 43 1830 Margaret Emmett In 1861, John (31, House Painter) and Margaret (31) were in Little Bolton with Jonathan (8) and Mary Jane (2). John Westhead (28) and Ann Emmett (24, sister-in-law?) were lodgers. 1851 Peter (Robert) Booth Birth registered as Peter, yet known as Robert (2mo) in 1851 1852 Jonathan Emmett Booth 1858 Mary Jane Booth 1857 Robert Booth 1855 - 1855 James Booth 7m 7m 1861 Margaret Ann Booth In 1871, Margaret Booth (11) was a servant (i.e. a nurse girl)  for Emanuel and Mary Winterbottom (her uncle and aunt).

Margaret A Booth was still with her uncle and aunt Emanuel & Mary Winterbottom in 1881
1825 - 1910 Emanuel Winterbottom 84 84 Emmanuel is the son of James Winterbottom and Mary

In 1871, Emanual and Mary Winterbottom (44 & 36) were at Goldwick, Oldham with James (8), Sarah (6), Peter (4), Bertha (2), Emanuel (1), and Margaret Booth (11).

In 1881, Emanual and Mary Winterbottom (57 & 47) were at Goldwick, Oldham with James (18), Sarah (16), Peter (13), Bertha (11), Ellen (5), and Margaret A. Booth (19).

In 1891, Emanual and Mary Winterbottom (67 & 56) were at Goldwick, Oldham with Peter (23), Bertha (22), Ellen (15). Their son James and his wife Sarah and family were a neighbour.

In 1901, Emanuel (76, retired cloth drresser) and Mary (66) were at 87 Glodwick Road (which is where Mary died in 1914). They had Bertha (32, Single) and Charles and Ellen Richardson (27 & 25)
1863 - 1922 James Winterbottom 59 59 1864 Sarah Jane May 1894 - 1955 Clara Winterbottom 61 61 In 1901, Clara was 6, living with her family at 29 Conduct Street, Oldham.  Her father James was from Huddersfield.

16 Nov 1916, Clara Winterbotton, 21, of 170 Shaw Road, Oldham, dau of James Winterbottom a Plate Moulder married John William Walsh, 25, a labourer, son of Patrick.

The family were at Chadderton in 1939
1891 - 1944 John William Walsh 53 53 The family were at Chadderton in 1939 1921 - 1988 Jack Walsh 67 67 I have a 8cM DNA match to Joan Crook, a daughter of Jack 1864 Sarah Winterbottom WARNING: There are two other Sarah (J & E) Winterbottom of Glodwick, b.1863, dau of Edward and Sarah and dau of William and Anne.

24 Dec 1890 Sarah married Ebenezer Bowzer at Glodwick, St Mark, Lancashire.
1867 Peter Winterbottom There were two Peters.  The first peter born 1865 died, and this Peter was born 1867. 1868 Bertha Winterbottom 1869 - 1871 Emanuel Winterbottom 2 2 Emanuel born 1969, died in 1871.  Two other sons, Arthur (1871-74, aged 2) and Joseph (1872-73, aged 1) also died. 1875 Hellen (Ellen) Winterbottom Ellen married Charles Richardson, and they were living with her parents in 1901. 1820 Sarah Knowles In 1859, when she married, Sarah Knowles, spinster was the daughter of John Knowles of Little Biolton, Bleacher.

In 1861, Sarah (41) and Peter Booth (64) have two step-children, so it appears Sarah may have either been married before or had two illegitimate sons.
1887 May (Mary) Winterbottom In 1939, sisters May and constance, both single, were living in 3 Lane, Grotton, Saddleworth, Yorkshire. 1884 Arthur Winterbottom 1891 Daisy Winterbottom 1893 Ivy Winterbottom 1896 Wilfred Winterbottom 1898 - 1985 Constance (Connie) Winterbottom 87 87 In 1939, sisters May and constance, both single, were living in 3 Lane, Grotton, Saddleworth, Yorkshire. 1889 - 1974 Clara Winterbottom 84 84 In 1923, Clara Winterbottom, Spinster, Aged 33, a cotton ring spinner, daughter of James Winterbottom (Mechanic, Dec) married Arthur Dingsdale, 53, a widower at the Baptist Chapel, Oldham.

In 1839, Clara and Arthur Dingsdale were at Bingley
1869 - 1946 Arthur Dingsdale 76 76 1869 James Winterbottom 1867 Elizabeth Ann Navin Elizabeth Ann appears to have been illegitimate. No father is shown on her marriage and the birth record has NAVIN for mothers maiden name (which often means unmarried). 1888 Mary Hannah Winterbottom 1890 Frances Winterbottom 1893 Wilfred Winterbottom 1897 Thomas Winterbottom 1900 Alma Winterbottom 1899 - 1899 Fred Winterbottom 1903 Frank Winterbottom 1905 Rosie Winterbottom 1917 - 1992 Mary Walsh 74 74 Mary Walsh married Stanley BOARDMAN 1919 - 2011 Rosie Walsh 92 92 Rosie Walsh married Fred GARTSIDE 1924 - 2018 Frank Walsh 93 93 1929 Lilian Walsh 1927 - 1992 Clarence Walsh 65 65 ~1917 Stanley Boardman ~1919 Fred Gartside 1923 - 2015 Ada Livesey 92 92 Dora Hand Marjorie Holmes 1923 - 2005 Joan Barry 81 81 1868 James Kay 1870 John Kay Georege and Ann had two John Kay births.  The John born 1869 died, so their next son in 1870 was also John.
1873 Mary Elizabeth Kay 1875 - 1937 Patients Kay 62 62 1876 Andrew Kay 1878 - 1961 Nancy Kay 83 83 1880 Samuel Kay 1882 George Kay 1885 Eliza Ann Kay 1828 Emma Boardman 1848 Eli Openshaw Eli's parents were Sarah and William Openshaw from Darwen. 1854 - 1921 Ellen Kay 67 67 Baptised as daughter of Kay Kay and Betsy.  However, marriage shows her father as Peter Kay, a grinder.

Although Ancestry has a dna hint and link, there does not seem to be a family connection of this Ellen Kay and the descendants of Nancy Mather.

18 Apr 1876, Edward Elton married Ellen Kay at Elton, Bury.  Alfred and Alice Kay were witness.
1851 - 1919 Edward Elton 67 67 Edward Elton Jnr was the don of Edward Elton

In 1911, Edward and Ellen Elton (59 & 57) were at St Annes on Sea, Lancashire with Florence Kay Elton (33) and Thomas Kay Elton (24).  They had been married 36 years and 3 of their 4 children were still alive.
1815 Peter Kay Peter and William were brothers, both Engineers, born Walmersley, North Bury.

In 1841, Peter was living with his mother Betty

15 April 1844, Peter Kay, mechanice of Halliwell, son of James Kay, a Crofter married Lucy Ward.

In 1851, Peter and Lucy (35 & 30) were in Elton, North Bury with Alfred (6) and Louisa (2).

In 1871, Peter and Lucy Kay (55 & 49) were at Elton, Bury with Alice (19), Ellen (17), Thomas (15) and Mary J (13).

1821 Lucy Ward In 1844, Lucy of Halliwell, was the daughter of Thomas Ward, a Wool sorter when she married Peter Kay. 1856 Thomas Kay 1858 Mary Jane 1851 Alice Kay 1849 Louisa Kay 1845 Alfred Kay In 1876, Alfred and Alice Kay were witness to Ellen's marriage. ~1775 James Kay James probably married Betty Moband at Bury in Jan 1813.

Note: There was also a Robert, son of James and Betty Kay, baptised 24 Sep 1815 at St Ann, Turton, son of a Farmer from Edgworth. There are several James and Betty Kay families.
1777 - >1851 Betty Moband (tbc) 74 74 James probably married Betty Moband at Bury in Jan 1813.  However, grandson Elijah suggests there may be earlier children.

Betty was alive in 1841, aged 64 at Burrs, Walmersley with  her sons Peter (25) and William (22) and dau-in-law Mary (21) with Betty (1) and Mary (3 mo).

In 1841, William Kay married Mary Nash (nee Barlow) at Manchester Carthederal.

In 1851, Betty (75) was still at Burrs, Walmersley (Holcombe) with William and Mary (32 & 31) and Betty (12), Mary (10), and 4 more grandchildren
1820 Mary Chadwick Only Bolton or Bury birth in Q1/1841 for Mary Kay is for mother BARLOW, CHADWICK, but no corresponding birth for Betty in 1839-40. However, CHADWICK confirmed for Susannah 1819 William Kay Peter and William were brothers, both Engineers, born Walmersley, North Bury.

In 1851 William and Mary (32 & 31) and Betty (12), Mary (10), and 4  more children were still at Burrs, Walmersley (Holcombe) with his mother Betty Kay (75)
1822 Sarah Kay Sarah was the daughter of James and Betty, a Spinner, so may not be the daughter of this James and Betty from Walmsley who were crofters when Peter and William were baptised.  There was also a Thomas baptised in 1821, son of a crofter from Darcy Lever. 1839 Betty Kay All other births are for William mand Mary Kay, have MMN = CHJADWICK, but this Betty mist have MMN = TAYLOR or PICKERING. 1841 Mary Kay 1843 Susannah Kay 1847 Edward Kay 1851 Alice Kay 1833 Elijah Kay In 1851, Elijah Kay (16) was with his grandmother Betty and her son and family William and Mary Kay at Burrs, Walmsley. 1858 Rachel Crook 1862 - 1863 Robert Crook 1 1 1860 Jonas Crook 1866 - 1935 Robert Sharrocks 69 69 1859 - 1942 Henry Isherwood 83 83 In 1893, Henry and Alice Ann Isherwood were witness to Lily's marriage

In 1891 and 1901 Henry and Sarah A 
1880 - 1956 Annie Isherwood 75 75 Married name Annie Hysler (Spouse Perley E Hysler) 1883 - 1962 Samuel Harold Isherwood 78 78 21 Jun 1917 Samuel Harold Isherwood married Blanche Enid Applegate at Clarke, Washington, USA. 1887 Norman S Hamer Isherwood Bertha married Norman S Hamer 1890 - 1977 Norman Isherwood 87 87 In 1934, Norman married Margaret Bremmer in Alameda, California, USA 1895 Elsie Isherwood 1896 Frances Isherwood 1897 - 1972 Phyllis Isherwood 75 75 Phylis M Isherwood married George Billings Tucker (1889-1948) in Marion, Oregon, USA 1887 Bertha Isherwood 1866 Henry Booth 1864 Amelia Ann Booth Also See Booth Families with DNA from Utah Also See Booth Families with DNA from Utah
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