Click to enlarge/reduce the GenoMap image Hide this GenoMap frame

Family Subtree Diagram : Brereton, John+Elizabeth Boot

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. ? Rosa Brereton of Harthill, Buried at Harthill Lives with: Clara remained single and lived with her mother, Mary Ann till she died in 1921.  Clara died 25 years later.  They are buried in the same grave. Parent Parent 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 Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Funding of: In 1895, when John Brereton died, he left his estate to his brother Thomas and John Bate (both Farmers) 1837 - 1895 John Brereton 58 58 In 1841, Parents John and Elizabeth (both 35) were with Elizabeth's parents William and Ann Boote.  Their three surviving children John, Thos and William (5, 2 and 1mo) were also with them.

Dec 16 1863, John Brereton (27, farmer) married Mary Ann Lea (32, Spinster) at St John's Chester.

In 1871, John and Mary Ann (34 & 39) were farmers of 80 Acres at Manor House Farm, Harthill.  They had Clara (4), Rosa (2) and two servants

In 1881, John and Mary (44 & 49) are at 133 Acre Dragon Farm, Chowley with Emily, Clara and Rosa (16, 14, 11) and three servants.

BRERETON, John of the Dragon Farm, Chowley near Handley, Cheshire, farmer died 22 Match 1985. He left £2579.
Marriage (three children) 16 Dec 1863 (St John, Chester) No more children Marriage (seven children) 1895 (Tattenhall) Morley Hall, Little Barrow No more children Marriage (a child) 1797 (Wrenbury) Marriage (nine children) 17 Aug 1829 (St John the Baptist, Chester) No more children Marriage (a child) 1878 (Chester) Marriage 1888 XTo be completed Lives with: In 1851, John (47), Elizabeth (46) and family, including Ann (2) were living with John's parents William and Ann Boote Funding of 1867 - 1947 Clara Brereton 79 79 Clara remained single and lived with her mother (who lived till she was 89 in 1921)..

Clara died in 1947.
1865 - 1935 Emily Brereton 69 69 1869 - 1953 Rosa Brereton 83 83 Rosa Married John Darlington in 1895

1897 Annie Darlington 1900 Edith Darlington 1898 John Brereton Darlington 1903 Rosa Darlingon 1902 Frank Darlington 1906 Lea Darlington 1908 Mary Darlington 1774 - 1862 William Boote 88 88 In 1851, William and Ann Boote (77 & 69) were farmers of 55 Acres at Malpas.  With them were John and Elizabeth Brereton (John's Daughter) and 4 Brereton grandchildren 1782 - 1868 Ann Hares 86 86 1801 - 1870 John Brereton 69 69 In 1831, John was a butcher.  Later, John was a farmer of 124 acres, and an employer of 2 labourers.  He lived with his wife's parents throughout his married life.

In 1841, John and Elizabeth (both 35) were with Elizabeth's parents William and Ann Boote.  Their three surviving children John, Thos and William (5, 2 and 1mo) were also with them.

In 1851, John (47), Elizabeth (46) and family, including Ann (2) were living with John's parents William and Ann Boote

According to their headstone (and John's will), John and Elizabeth lived at Bolesworth Hill, Broxton (as tenant farmers).  John must have been very sucessful, leaving an estate valued at under £1,500 (in 1870).
1804 - 1888 Elizabeth Boote 84 84 According to their headstone, John and Elizabeth lived at Bolesworth Hall.

Elizabeth continued to live with her parents, even after she was married.  John Brereton and Wilian Boot were both farmers, probably farming the same farm.

Elizabeth was a widower when she married in 1829.
1838 - 1915 Thomas Brereton 77 77 In 1841, Parents John and Elizabeth (both 35) were with Elizabeth's parents William and Ann Boote.  Their three surviving children John, Thos and William (5, 2 and 1mo) were also with them.

Unmarried, aged 32 in 1871.
Possibly had a daughter, Emily (born 1865).

Married Martha, 14 years his junior after 1871

Occupier of Kings Marsh in 1894, subject to trespass and poaching by Robert Challinor (see news clip)
1841 - 1848 William Brereton 6 6 Not with family in 1861, so did he die young, or had he married and left home by then. 1844 Elizabeth Brereton Unmarried and with mother Elizabeth (after John's death) in 1871, aged 25 1849 Ann Brereton In 1851, John (47), Elizabeth (46) and family, including Ann (2) were living with John's parents William and Ann Boote

Unmarried and with mother Elizabeth (after John's death) in 1871, aged 22
1847 - 1847 George Brereton Not with family in 1861, so did he die young ? 1833 - 1835 Mary Ann Brereton 2 2 1853 - >1915 Martha Evans 62 62 1879 Henry Evans Brereton 1836 - 1836 John Brereton 1831 - 1835 William Brereton 4 4 1868 John Darlington In 1939, John (and Rosa) was a retired farmer at Morley Hall, Little Barrow 1831 - 1921 Mary Ann Lea 90 90 Mary Ann, oldest daughter of William (a Schoolmaster) and Catherine Lea, living at Harthill in 1841 and later married John Brereton (farmer of Harthill) in 1863

In 1861, Mary Ann (29) was living with her grandfarther William Lea (81) in the vilage of Harthill.
1864 - 1921 John Bate 57 57 In 1895, when Emily's father, John Brereton died, John left his estate to his brother Thomas and John Bate (both Farmers).

A big farmer, leaving nearly £18,000 when he died in 1921
Created using GenoPro® Click for details.