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Family Subtree Diagram : Brereton, Richard+Eliz Haywood

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. ? Emigrated to Utah in 1863 Lives with: Catherine (age 27) was living with father Richard (age 71) at Harthill (or Hardhill) in 1841.
Craige Marwick (26), her future husband was also there. Lives with: Living together in 1871 Lives with: Living together in Bickerton, Nantwich in 1871 Biological Child 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 Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Marriage (thirteen children) 9 Aug 1793 (Leyland, Lancs) No more children Marriage (a child) 11 May 1766 (Leyland) 1801 - 1883 Richard Brereton 81 81 Richard, a shoemaker, married Ellen Lea in Liverpool in 1826.  In 1841 he is at Harthill, 38 (indexed as 30) and still a "shoem", or shoemaker or cordwainder to 1861.

In 1851 he 49, a cordwainer

Richard married twice.  The census records show him on the same 9 acre farm in 1871 and 1881, first with Ellen and then Sarah.

Richard died 18 Feb 1883 and left a will, which is available ton-line.  See copy attached.  He left the farm to Martha.  He had 6 surviving children at the time he wrote his will.
1772 - 1835 Elizabeth (Betty) Haywood 63 63 1770 - 1860 Richard Brereton 89 89 A Labourer in 1804 when his son John died.

In 1841, Richard Brereton's son Richard (aged 30) was a shoe maker in Harthill, a neighbour of William Brereton the farmer.

Richard was one of the executors of his father's Will.  There seems to have been a problem, and the Will was reserved.  A second grant was made 8 April 1820, 2 years later.
1816 - 1882 George Brereton 66 66 George was recorded as unmarried in 1851 and 1871 and Widow in 1881. 1815 - 1863 Catherine (Kitty) Brereton 48 48 Recorded as "Catherine Brereton Hall" on IGI record.  Could Catherine and Kitty be twins or is this one person?

Unmarried in 1841 and living with father at Harthill.  She must have liked a man in uniform as she married the local Policeman from Tattenhall in 1845.

In Aug 1863, Catherin Brereton Marwick (aged 48) and John (13), Sarah (9) and Hugh (8) travelled by wagon-train from Iowa City, USA.  They travelled with the Samuel D White Wagon Company.
1812 - 1865 Abraham Brereton 52 52 May have married Ann and had a Son Abraham Brereton, who was christened at St. Peter's in Liverpool on 28 Feb 1845 and died later the same year.

Abraham Brereton (probably this one) was a brewer at 201 Taylor St, Birkenhead in 1857. Abraham died in Birkenhead in 1865.
1810 - 1880 John Brereton 69 69 John was a brewer in Edge Hill, Liverpool.  Martha was their only child as only she (Martha Huxley) and any of her children in mentioned in her father John Brereton's will.  It is also reported (in the Chester Chronical) she was an only child when she married John Huxley.

John Brereton of Bickerton.
1808 - 1895 Sarah Brereton 87 87 Recorded birth as "Sarah Brereton Hall" in IGI index.. Did she marry a Hall? 1806 Betty (Elizabeth) Brereton Baptised Betty 29 Apr 1806, daughter of Richard and Elizabeth, labourer of Harthill.

NOTE: Richards brother Thomas, a labourer of Harthill also had a daughter Elizabeth, born 11 Sep 1805, the mother being Ann Owens of Bickerton, a servant. However this Elizabeth is believed to have died in childbirth, aged 18 although the two may be mixed up.
1803 - 1804 John Brereton 1 1 1799 Mary Brereton Recorded birth as "Mary Brereton Hewitt" in IGI index, so may have married Hewitt 1797 - 1805 Elizabeth Brereton 8 8 1795 - 1797 Richard Brereton 2 2 1794 William Brereton Was William and Inkeeper?

There is a death record 22/3/1867 in the Cheshire Chronicle "BRERETON - 5th inst. at Audlem, Elizabeth, wife of Mr William Brereton, Innkeeper, aged 62 years."
1746 - 1792 Alice Gregson 46 46 ~1738 Samuel Haywood 1818 - 1900 Thomas Brereton 81 81 Thomas was a shoemaker and is recorded so in several census records, and in Brother Richards will.  In 1841, his brother Richard is also a shoemaker, before he bacame a farmer. Marriage (five children) 18-Jun-1845 (Harthill) No more children Widowed (two children) 12-Oct-1837 (Orkney) No more children Marriage (a child) 1840 No more children Marriage (a child) 10 Mar 1863 Marriage (three children) 6 Jan 1734 (Wigan) Marriage (a child) Marriage 06 Mar 1753 Marriage (five children) 30 Jan 1825 (Chester) Abode: Tarporley Marriage (a child) +Possibly more children 1815 - 1856 Craigie Marwick 41 41 Craige was a Scottish Police Officer from Tattenhall, so no messing with him !!!  His father was Hugh Marwick, a farmer. 1840 - 1867 Robert Elrick Marwick 27 27 Robert was 16mo on the 1841 census, at Harthill, but not from the Couty of Cheshire.

By 1861, Robert was 21 and living with his widowed step-mother Catherine.  He was a teacher of Maths, Natural sciences and three modern languages.
1846 - 1913 John Marwick 66 66 1849 - 1852 Elizabeth Marwick 3 3 1855 - 1946 Hugh Sinclair Marwick 91 91 Hugh married Margaret (aka Maggie) Ellen Wilson (daughter of John Wilson and Alice Smith) and they had three children, Clara, Fred and Blanch 1854 - 1914 Sarah Catherine Marwick 60 60 Sarah married Jesse Frederick Little (from Salt Lake City) in Utah 29th June 1874 1815 - 1840 Isabella Elrick 25 25 1838 - 1840 Janet Balfore Marwick 1 1 1804 - 1886 Mary Hand 82 82 Mary was living in Bickerton, Nantwich in 1881 after John's death in 1880 1844 Martha Brereton Martha's marriage was reported in the Chester Chronicle: 
10th Inst., by license, at Holy Trinity Church, Liverpool, Mr John Huxley, coach builder, and grandson of the late Thomas Woodhall Esq of Smallbrook Cottage, Whitchurch, Salop to Martha, only child of John Brereton Esq, brewer, all of Liverpool.
1864 Mary E Brereton Granddaughter of John and Mary, living with them in 1871 after Martha had died. ~1844 John Huxley John Huxley was a coach builder, the grandson of the late Thomas Woodhall Esq,. of Smallbrook Cottage, Whitchurch, Salop. ~1685 Thomas Heywood ~1705 Elizabeth Smith 1735 Mary Haywood 1740 Peter Haywood ~1728 - 1778 Robert Gregson 50 50 Jane Gregson Catherine Fishwick 1851 - 1852 Richard Marwick 1 1 1806 James Hodkindon James and Elizabeth were married at Chester in 1825.

In 1828, Sarah, assumed to be the first child, was baptised at Harthill.  This is the main reason why we believe it is this Elizabeth Brereton, wife of James.  However, she was baptised Betty.

From 1831 to 1840. James and Elizabeth had four more sons, all assumed to be born at Tarporley (there are no other Harthill baptisms).

In 1841, James and Elizabeth (both 35) were at Riddle Heath, Tarporley with Sarah (12), John (10), Richard (7), James (5) and Thomas (1).
1828 - 1901 Sarah Hodkindon 73 73 1831 John Hodkindon 1834 Richard Hodkindon 1837 James Hodkindon Married Hannah 1840 Thomas Hodkindon 1825 - 1879 Thomas Hopley 54 54 Thomas was the son of William Hopley (1798-1881) and Margaret Lloyd (1807-1884) of Sutton, Cheshire. 1860 - 1925 Leah Hopley 65 65 Gread grandmother of gnmap and DNA match to CKD (none to me)
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