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Family Subtree Diagram : Brereton, Willian+Mary Tomlinson

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. ? 4x Great Grandparents Emigrated to USA and Canada Another Samuel & Ellen Brereton family of Lawton Hall Farm, Church Lawton, Stoke-on-Trent Lives with: Thomas (20) with grandparents William and Hannah in 1841

Living together at Woodend Farm, Harthill in 1861 after Mary's death Lives with: Ellen was living with her mother Jane in 1861 
Jane was living with Sameul and Ellien in 1871 Lives with: Mary Eleanor Brereton was staying with Elizabeth Roberts (mother) in 1901 Lives with: Sarah J Roberts was staying with Roger Brereton in 1901, whilst Rogers wife was with her mother. Funding of: Brereton Mary Eleanor of 52 Salem-terrace Coedpoeth near Wrexham, Denbighshire widow died 2 March 1940. Probate Llandudno 17 March to Sarah Jane Roberst spinster. Effects £3,977 15s Lives with: Hannah (10) was a Servant in 1841 with William & Hannah Lives with: Servant in 1841 with William & Hannah Parent Parent 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 Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child 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 Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent 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 Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Adopted Child Adopted Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Adopted Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Neighbor: Richard was a neighbour of William Brereton at Harthill in 1840 (both on the same census page). 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.
Widowed (five children) 20-July-1800 (Broxton, Malpas) Marriage (a child) 16 Jan 1839 (Malpas) No more children Marriage (ten children) 17 Jan 1865 (Trinity Chapel, Wavertree, West Derby). Abode: Winsford No more children Marriage (two children) 23 Jan 1844 No more children Marriage 1890 (Wrexham) No more children Marriage (ten children) 20 Oct 1790 (Harthill) Marriage (three children) 2 Jun 1837 (Over) Marriage (six children) No more children Marriage (two children) ~1820 XTo be completed Marriage 2 Oct 1833 Marriage (a child) 2 Aug 1915 Marriage (a child) 1904 +Possibly more children Marriage (five children) 1908 (St Chad, Over) Abode: Northwich +Possibly more children Marriage (three children) Marriage (a child) 1933 (USA) +Possibly more children Marriage (three children) 1907 (Nantwich) Abode: BC No more children Widowed (a child) 1895 (Confleton) XTo be completed Marriage (six children) 30 Oct 1815 Marriage (two children) 1897 (Northwich) No more children Non-sentimental cohabitation (a child) Marriage 1915 (Northwich) Marriage (five children) 1878 (Birkenhead). Abode: Ashton, Cheshire No more children Marriage (six children) 1840 (Gt Broughton). Abode: Tarvin Relative of: George is a possible grandson Relative of: George is a possible grandson Lives with: Ellen Brereton (67, widow) was with her son in 1911 Representative of: In 1831, older brother (or possibly father) William and Margaret Hopley were witness to George's marriage to Jane Hopley Funding of: BRERETON Mabel Ann of 1999 Nelson Street, Vancouver, Britidh Colombia, Canada married woman died 2 October 1953. Probate Vancouver to William Savage solicitor and Gladys Puddy married woman (her daughter).  Effects £1977 in England. Lives with: Samuel (3 mo) and his assumed father William (30) were living with William and Hannah at Harthill (farm). Funding of: Arthur Ernest Brereton (farmer) and Frank Brereton (produce merchant) were executors of Ellen's Will. Funding of: Arthur Ernest Brereton (farmer) and Frank Brereton (produce merchant) were executors of Ellen's Will. 1810 - 1893 George Brereton 83 83 George is one of my 8 Great Great Great (4X) Grandfathers.  George was born at Burwardsley (Farm), about one mile from Harthill.

When George and Jane were married, thier parents were witness to the marriage. George was of Harthill Parish, and Jane from Shocklach.

In 1848, when daughter Jane was born, George was at Horton.

In 1850 George, Jane Brereton and family are living at Cuddington Mill, where son Thomas was born. 

In 1851, George (41, a Miller and Farmer of 48 acres) and Jane (41) are at Wrexham with the family; Richard (16), William (14), Robert (12), John (7), Jane (3) and Thomas (0).

In 1853, when George's son Richard married Esther Eddowes, George was a Publican.

In 1861, George and Jane (52 & 53) were farmers of 20 acres and employed one man.

About 1865, the family moved to Birkenhead, working as a Porter.  His wife Jane died in Birkenhead in 1867 and in 1869 George re-married Martha Holt (widow, aged 48). He was 59 but put down 55 on his marriage record

In 1871, George, a porter, and Martha (56 & 48) were living at 8 Neptune Street, Birkenhead.  Two of Marthas children (George's step-children) were with them.

In 1891, George was living with son Robert Brereton in Birkenhead.

After Jane died, George married Martha Holt, 12 years his junior.  They were in Birkenhead in 1881.

Dont confuse with other George Breretons born about 1809 and 1815 who married Martha Hildich in 1859.  Also his uncle Thomas had a son George, born 1811 (i.e. cousin).

Ann recorded George as born in 1806, so it is possible we have the wrong George, but unlikely as good links with son and family.

Unlike older brothers John and Thomas, William and George did not make a Will.
1801 - 1851 Hannah Warburton 50 50 Hannah maried William when she was 37, so the two servant girls (Anne and Elizabeth Warburton) living with her in 1851 are most probably her daughters from an earler marriage.

The Chester Chronicle of 8/2/1829 reports: "16th ion at Malpas, Mr William Brereton, jnr of Harthill, to Miss Warburton, of Bickerton, in this county".

The only listed deaths of possible husbands is Peter, although his death (Q4-38) seems too close to her next marriage (Q1-39) to be right.
1826 Anne Warburton 1840 - 1885 Samuel Brereton 44 44 If Samuel was William's son then his father was 65 when he was concieved.  However, Samuel is probably an illegitimate grandson as there is no Samule Brereton birth recorded.

In 1841, Samuel, aged 3 months, is listed under Wiliam Brereton Jnr.  It is therefore likely he is an illegitimate son of William Jnr before William married Mary Bate.

in 1851, Samule, aged 10, is at Woodend Farm and described as the son of William and Hannah (75 & 49), so it is possible he is their son (but listed out of order in 1841), but more likely an adopted grandson.  Hannah died in August.

In 1861, Samule (20), now a draper, is still living with his "father" William Brereton (86) at 100 acre Woodend Farm. His brother Thomas and extended family were living with them, and probably running the farrm.
1824 Sarah Jane Warburton Sarah was servant with family in 1841.  Probable parents are Thomas (a plasterer from Broxton) and Jane. 1844 - 1919 Ellen Bebbington 75 75 Ellen was living with her mother Jane in 1861

Jane Bebbington (Mother in Law, b.1814) was living with Samuel and Ellen in 1871

Ellen and her family cannot be found in 1901.  She was aged 67 and with son Samuel (34) at Church Minshull, Middlewich in 1911.
1869 Ernest Brereton
In 1871, William, John and Ernest (5, 3 & 1) were with their parents at Over, Cheshire.

In 1881, William, John and Ernest, Frank (15, 13, 11, 9) and four others were with their parents and grandmother Jane Bebbington (67) at Manor House Farm,  Swanlow Lane, Winsford, Cheshire.
1867 John Edward Brereton In 1871, William, John and Ernest (5, 3 & 1) were with their parents at Over, Cheshire.

In 1881, William, John and Ernest, Frank (15, 13, 11, 9) and four others were with their parents and grandmother Jane Bebbington (67) at Manor House Farm,  Swanlow Lane, Winsford, Cheshire.
1866 William Brereton This is NOT the William, son of Samuel and Elizabeth of Sandbatch (born same year)

In 1871, William, John and Ernest (5, 3 & 1) were with their parents at Over, Cheshire.

In 1881, William, John and Ernest, Frank (15, 13, 11, 9) and four others were with their parents and grandmother Jane Bebbington (67) at Manor House Farm,  Swanlow Lane, Winsford, Cheshire.

1881-85, William may have married Emma Harvey (as Emma Brereton's 1937 probate refered to William's brothrs)
1871 Frank Brereton Possibly had a son Edmund, 1916, registered at Leek (mother Jackson) - TBC

In 1881, William, John and Ernest, Frank (15, 13, 11, 9) and four others were with their parents and grandmother Jane Bebbington (67) at Manor House Farm,  Swanlow Lane, Winsford, Cheshire.
1874 Jane (Annie) Ann Brereton Known as Annie on the 1891 census, aged 17.

In 1901, Annie (27) and her brothers Arthur (23, Head, Shop Keeper), Charles (21) and Christopher (19) were living at Willaston, Crewe by Nantwich.

1876 - 1964 Samuel Brereton 87 87 In 1911, Samuel was single aged 34, a farmer and Cattle dealer.  He had his mother Ellen with him at Church Minshull (near Winsford), Cheshire. He also had his Niece Ivy Brereton, aged 7.

In 1915, Samule Brereton (aged 39) married Ethel Annie Pigg James (aged 34) at Royston, Hertford.

Samuel Brereton (b.1832), a Grocer, wife Annie (b.1931) were living in Church Minshull Village in 1871, so we may have the wrong family here (although different address).
1878 - 1960 Thomas Arthur Brereton 81 81 Thomas Arthur was known as Arthur.  Born 26 Mar 1877 (according to burial) but must be 1878 when birth registered.

In 1901, Annie (27) and her brothers Arthur (23, Head, Shop Keeper), Charles (21) and Christopher (19) were living at Willaston, Crewe by Nantwich. 
1880 George Charles Brereton Known as Charles.  Charles and Elizabeth moved to Canada soon after they were married.  There are no UK births registered.

In 1901, Annie (27) and her brothers Arthur (23, Head, Shop Keeper), Charles (21) and Christopher (19) were living at Willaston, Crewe by Nantwich. 
1882 - 1942 Christopher (Chris) Henry Brereton 59 59 In 1901, Annie (27) and her brothers Arthur (23, Head, Shop Keeper), Charles (21) and Christopher (19) were living at Willaston, Crewe by Nantwich.

In 1913, Christopher H. Brereton married Adeliza Jenkins (1880-1923) in Alberta, Canada.  She died in Robertson, Alberta, Canada
1884 - 1928 Helen Brereton 44 44 1810 - 1892 Mary Bate 81 81 23rd inst. at the Independent chapel, Tattenhall, by the Rev John Morris, Mr William Brereton. of Harthill to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Roger Bate, of Beston Mills.
Chester Chronicle 26 January 1844

Mary (30) and Elizabeth (10) where in North Street, Northwich in 1841, so may may have had an illigetemate daughter (hence the civil marriage).

Mary had a niece Emma Clarke (b. 1844) with her in 1861
1845 - 1916 Roger Brereton 71 71 1856 - 1940 Mary Ellinor Roberts 84 84 Mary has a sister Sarah J Roberts (b.1873) who husband Roger was living with in 1901.  It is assumed therefore, that Mary's maiden name was Roberts.  At the same time, Mary Eleanor Roberts was staying with her mother Elizabeth Roberts and brother Thomas in Coedpoeth, Denbighshire.

Also Known as Mart Ellen (1861 Wales census)

1769 - 1837 Thomas Warburton 68 68 1768 - 1841 Sarah Dod 73 73 Parents John and Anne Dod (or Dodd).

Sarah was still alive in 1841 at Bickerton, with her son Joseph and his wife Jane
1817 - 1859 George Bebbington 42 42 1813 - 1885 Jane Hancock 72 72 Perents were John and Kitty Hancock

In 1871, Jane Bebbington, 57, mother-in-lay was with Samuel and Ellen
1839 Hannah Bebbington Left home by 1861 1845 William Bebbington Left home by 1861 1824 - ~1888 Thomas Roberts 64 64 ~1824 - 1913 Elizabeth Roberts 89 89 1850 Thomas Roberts Thomas was still with his mother in 1901, aged 51 1868 Sarah Jane Roberts Sarah was loose to Roger and Mary, living with then in 1901.  She was left almost £4000 by her sister Mary Brereton in 1940. 1853 Rowland Roberts 1860 Elizabeth Roberts 1862 Edward Roberts 1806 - 1884 William Brereton Jnr 78 78 Unlike older brothers John and Thomas, William and George did not make a Eill.

In 1841, William (30) was still with his parents at Harthill, and with (assumed) son Samule (3 mo)

In 1861, William Brereton (53) and Mary (50) were at Fullers Moor (9 acres), with son Roger (16) and niece Emma Clarke (17).  In 1863 they were still there.  The niece must be on Mary's side of the family.
1803 - 1872 Thomas Brereton 68 68 In 1827, Thomas was a Blacksmith when he married.

From census records it appears that Thomas didnt have his own farms.  His sons George and Edward worked for his brother William nearby in Broxton.

In 1841, Thomas and Martha are farming at Bronington, with all children present except for John who was helping at his grandparents.

"The Australian Brereton book describes Thomas Brereton  as "of Brown Knowl", which is where he is recorded in 1851.

Samuel Hughes.Martha's brother set off for Australia with  Thomas's three sons John, George & William Brereton. From there it goes from William & Sarah then to Ernest & Annie and then to Don & Ruby then Don & Val and to Richard's siblings brother Don and sisters Debbie and Shelley who all have children.  (Extracted from the www).
Some of this information, believed to originate from a book are incorrect.  Thomas and Martha's sons William and John came to Australia in 1852 and their other sons George and Thomas arrived in 1858.

Thomas and Martha, married in Chester in 1827, but the name is miss-spelt, so the record was difficult to find.

Appears to have stayed in the UK after his father had ded, as father William BRERETON was living with them at Woodend farm till 1866, and was still at the farm in 1871, aged 67.  He probably never went to Australia.

Thomas left £50 advance each to Edward, Jane and Sarah. Later his estate was to be sold and divided equally to all 10 children after his wife Martha died.
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).
1774 - 1866 William Brereton Jnr 92 92 William is one of my 16 Great Great Great Great (5x) Grandfathers.

William jnr was a farmer, like his father William before him.

In 1839, After William was Widowed, (1834) he maried Hannah Warburton at the Malpas Parish Church.

In 1834 William Brereton was Church Warden of Harthill, and signed the page with Mary's burial on it. Probably this is William before he and the family became Methodists.

In 1841, William and Hannah (60 & 40), were farming at Harthill. They had William (30), Samuel (3mo) and John Brereton (14)

Thomas Brereton, son of William Lea and Jane was living in Harthill in 1841, a neighbour of William and Martha in 1841

In 1851 William (75) is married to Hannah (49) and farming 90 acres at Woodend Farm, Harthill.  His son samuel (aged 10) was with them as well as Anne and Elizabeth Warburton (servants, 21 & 13), probably nieces of his young wife Hannah.  William was 66 and Hannah 40 when son Samuel was born.

By 1851 it is probable he (and almost certainly his son William) was attending Brown Knowl Chapel, as William and Mary's infant son John Brerton was the first of this Brereton family to be buried there in 1851, aged only 4.

He was reported (in the newspaper) to have sold up and retired from farming, "The Dark Lane Farm, Broxton" in 1858 (aged 84), but was still recorded as a farmer on the 1861 census.

In 1861, William (86, Wid) is farming 100 acres at Woodend Farm with his son Thomas and Martha (56 & 53).

In 1866. William died, aged 92, and was buried at Brown Knowl (Methodist) with his second wife Hannah.
1791 John Warburton 1795 William Warburton 1799 - 1848 Samuel Warburton 49 49 1806 Elizabeth Warburton 1808 James Warburton 1810 - 1874 Joseph Warburton 64 64 In 1841 and onwards, Joseph was a slater. He cared for his mother in 1841.

Joseph was a pauper and Idion by 1871
1804 Peter Warburton 1793 George Warburton 1797 Thomas Warburton Jane 1815 Jane Roberts Janes father was Thomas Roberts who was with her in 1861 1846 - 1851 John Brereton 4 4 1876 - 1876 George Brereton This George Brereton is buried at Brown Knowl Chapel, Cheshire.  Brothers Thomas and William Brereton are both buried here, so it is assumed he is related, possibly a grandson of either. 1881 - 1957 Ethel Annie Pigg James 76 76 1919 - 2003 Samuel James Brereton 83 83 Both Samuel's parents deaths were registred at Crew. Samuel J Brereton was at 5, Buck Lane, Hough, CW2 5JP with Amanda and Leslie Corbett, a possible daughter and son-in-law (both born about 1967). 1880 Elizabeth Ann Cope 1875 - 1932 William Sumner 57 57 William "SUMNER" of Primrose Hill, Darnhall near Winsford on 1932 probate, and family still living there in 1939 1909 - 2005 Jack Sumner 96 96 1907 Margaret Brereton George C (31), Elizabeth (30), and Margared "Bierch" (4) appear on the 1911 Vancouver, Canada Census. Andrea Puddy 1935 - 2011 Donald (Don) Juan Arthur Puddy 75 75 Judy Lobb Judy's parents were Roy Lobb and Amy Gunning. 1907 - 1980 Juan Leslie Puddy 72 72 1908 - 1970 Gladys Mabel Brereton 62 62 Gladys emigrated to Canada when 6. 1874 - 1953 Mabel Ann Broomfield 79 79 Mabel Ann was the daughter of Henry and Susanna Broomfield from Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire, England

In 1895, Mabel A Broomfield married Walter H JOSELAND at Congleton, Cheshire (Civil marriage).  Walter must have died!

In 1907, Mabel A Joseland married Thomas A Brereton at Nantwich (Civil marriage NA/38/140)
1909 Laura Brereton Laura was born in Saskatchewan, Canada 1911 Arthur Brereton 1870 - 1902 Walter Herbert Joseland 31 31 1896 Florence Mabel Joseland On 24 Jul 1920, Florence, aged 23, departed Liverpool to travel to Buenos Aires, Argentina to get married.

On 21 Aug 1920, Florence Mabel Joseland married William Percival Johnson, a civil engineer in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Cathy Puddy Kevin Puddy 1801 - 1876 Sarah Richards 75 75 1820 - 1894 Elizabeth Warburton 74 74 Elizabeth married Samuel Jackson 1822 Martha Warburton Martha married William Chesworth and had a daughter Sarah Chesworth (1856-1870) 1824 - 1904 Ann Warburton 80 80 Ann Warburton married Samuel Diggory (1822-1877) and had a daughter Sarah Diggory (1847-1901) 1827 - 1829 Thomas Warburton 2 2 1829 Jane Warburton 1832 - 1867 Margaret Warburton 35 35 In 1853, Margaret married William Barlow 1767 - 1834 Mary Tomlinson 67 67 According to the headstone, Mary was born about 1769 (65 when died), but baptism was in 1767, so 33 when she married William and 67 when died.

Probably sister of Thomas (butcher) and Martha Tomlinson of Barnhill, Broxton.  Also William Tomlinson (servant) and Martha his wife.

In 1826 Mary Brereton of Broughton was sentanced to 14 days in Jail for larceny (theft).
1793 - 1855 Phoebe Tomlinson 62 62 Pheobe was the daughter of Mary Tomlinson of Harthill, Broxton, named after her grandmother Phoebe Owens. The father is unknown, but possibly George.

Pheobe Tomlinson, aged 56, Deaf and Dumb, born Broxton, was a boarder with John and Margaret Tomlinson at their farm at Broxton.  Pheobe would be Margaret's second cousin.
>1919 John Sumner Possilty a grandson. Mentioned second (after Jack) in father's or grandfathers probate record 1875 Florence Jackson 1898 - 1955 Gweldoline Ruby Brereton 57 57 18 Sep 1918, married Robert G Mck Irvine at Conway 1907 Irene Gertrude Maud Brereton 1917 - 2000 William Brereton Sumner 83 83 In 1955, William married Very McFall (1922-1993).  They had 4 children. 1913 - 1949 Alice Sumner 36 36 1924 - 1989 Alfred Ernest Sumner 64 64 1950, Alfred married Joyce Smith. <unknown> 1846 - 1937 Ellen Hodkinson 91 91 In 1871, Ellen, born Thurlwood, was a servant (cook) at Fron (?) Hall, Mold, Flintshire.

In 1881, Samuel (34) was a local Methodist Preacher at Ashton.  His wife Ellen (36) was born at Thurlwood.  They had two daughters Annie (2) and Amy (7 mo).

In 1891, Samuel and Ellen (44 & 45) were Grocers at Ashton with all 5 of their children.

In 1911, the extended family were farmers at Lawton Hall Farm, Stroke On Trent.
1882 - 1970 Arthur Ernest Brereton 87 87 Aged 18 in 1901 with parents Samuel and Ellen 1883 - 1953 Emma Slater 70 70 1847 - 1912 Samuel Brereton 65 65 Samuel, son of Samuel of Ashton, Cheshire.

In 1871, James and Samuel were both 24 (i.e. twins).

In 1881, Samuel (34) was a local Methodist Preacher at Ashton.  His wife Ellen (36) was born at Thurlwood.  They had two daughters Annie (2) and Amy (7 mo).

In 1891, Samuel and Ellen (44 & 45) were Grocers at Ashton with all 5 of their children.

In 1911, the extended family were farmers at Lawton Hall Farm, Stroke On Trent.

Samuel of Lawton Hall Farm, Farmer, died 24 Sep 1912
1880 Amy Brereton Amy married Arthur Webb.  In 1910, thay has a daughter Ellen May Webb (and more later) 1884 Jessie Brereton 1885 Frank Brereton In 1911, Frank was working on his parent farm at Lawton Hall Farm, Stroke On Trent.

Frank was a Produce Merchant when his mother died in 1937.

1879 Annie Brereton Molther's maiden name was indexed as HUSKINSON, not HODKINSON 1811 - 1889 Samuel Brereton 78 78 In 1841, Samuel Brereton (30), a Wheelwright, and Mary (25) were living at Tarvin.

In 1851, Samuel "Broughton" (41) was a Wheelwright at Ashton Village with wife Mary (35) and John (9), Ann (7), twins James and Samuel (4), and Elizabeth (1)

In 1861, Samuel Brereton (a Wheelwright) and Mary (50 & 45) were still at Ashton with John (19), twins James and Samuel (13), Elizabeth 11) and Mary (6).  Samuel and Hannah Dutton (32 & 35), also Wheelwrights, were neighbours.

By 1871, Samuel had become a carpenter (59) with wife Mary (53), the twins (27) and Mary (17)

In 1881, Samuel (Farmer, 70) and Mary (63) were at Ashton with son James (34, Ag Lab, unmarried) and Gr-granddaughter Elizabeth Platt (7).

Samuel, a farmer, died 1889, at Ashton.
1818 Mary Dutton In 1841, Samuel Brereton (30), a Wheelwright, and Mary (25) were living at Tarvin.

In 1851, Samuel "Broughton" (41) was a Wheelwright at Ashton Village with wife Mary (35) and John (9), Ann (7), twins James and Samuel (4), and Elizabeth (1)

In 1861, Samuel Brereton (a Wheelwright) and Mary (50 & 45) were still at Ashton with John (19), twins James and Samuel (13), Elizabeth 11) and Mary (6).  Samuel and Hannah Dutton (32 & 35), also Wheelwrights, were neighbours.

By 1871, Samuel had become a carpenter (59) with wife Mary (53), the twins (27) and Mary (17)
1854 Mary Brereton Mary was aged 6 in 1861 1847 James Brereton In 1871, James and Samuel were both 24 (i.e. twins).

In 1881, James was still unmarried, now an Ag. Labourer living with his parents at Ashton.
1842 John Brereton 1850 Elizabeth Brereton 1844 Ann Brereton In 1851, Ann was 7 years old.  Ann had left home by 1861.
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