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Family Subtree Diagram : DNA Match (Utah)

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. ? Another Booth Family with DNA connections to Utah candsterry tree - Common DNA links to Richard Tomlinson Brooks family from Blackburn moved to Derbyshire, but returned to Blackburn Rd (1871) by time Clara was born. 3 different Jane Brooks cases confusion ! No other people have DNA links to Calvin Booth (a fairly unique name) William emigrated to Prova, Utah, USA Wiliam Booth also lived in Sydney Street (like James Mather) Nanny Mather (James's sister) married Richard Both in 1825 May have wrong family for William Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Parent 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 Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Adopted Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent 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 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 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 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 Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Distrust Marriage (ten children) 27 Apr 1788 (Bolton) Abode: Breightmet & Harwood & Preston & Bury No more children Marriage (seven children) 2 Apr 1820 (Bolton). Abode: Tonge Marriage (a child) 18 Jul 1824 No more children Marriage (three children) 1848 (Bolton) Breightmet +Possibly more children Marriage 25 May 1828 XTo be completed Marriage (two children) 15 Sep 1761 (Bury) +Possibly more children Marriage (nine children) 20 Aug 1842 (Christ Church, Ainsworth) No more children Marriage (four children) 28 Aug 1882 (St Peter, Bolton) XTo be completed Marriage (four children) 4 Nov 1845 (Bury) +Possibly more children Marriage (nine children) 1 Jan 1828 (Bolton) No more children Marriage (a child) 22 Oct 1810 (Bolton) Marriage (five children) 1865 Utah, USA Marriage (five children) 11-Jan-1826 Breightmet No more children Marriage (seven children) 1834 No more children Marriage 25 Apr. 1856 No more children Widowed (three children) 1785 +Possibly more children Marriage (a child) Utah, USA +Possibly more children Marriage (five children) 1 Jan 1843 (Winwick) Abode: L.B. Marriage (three children) 3 Sep 1815 (Bury) +Possibly more children Marriage (eight children) 20 Apr 1829 (Sidney St, Bolton) No more children Marriage (six children) 11 Sep 1865 (Bolton) Marriage (six children) 6 Mar 1810 (Bolton) Abode: Breightmet Hill Marriage (a child) Utah, USA XTo be completed Marriage (seven children) New Farm, Walmersley (in 1851) XTo be completed Marriage (three children) 1815. Harwood, then Tottington +Possibly more children Marriage (six children) Q2 1867 (Bolton RO) Marriage (four children) Marriage (six children) 9 Oct 1831 (Bolton). Abode: Harwood Marriage (a child) +Possibly more children Marriage (a child) XTo be completed Marriage (a child) 1908 XTo be completed Marriage 4 Apr 1858 Marriage 20 Sep 1916 (Utah) XTo be completed Neighbor: James & Mercy Mather and William & Jane Booth were in the same road in 1841 (Sidney Street) and neighbours in 1851 (in Bk Sidney Street).  See Map Lives with: In 1841, Alice (35) and Benjamin Beswick (15) 
Benjamin was son of Benjamin and Alice, baptised 1 May 1825, Tottington.

In 1851, Alice (49, House Servant) was with William and Jane Howarth (her sister) and family at New Farm, Walmersley, N Bury Lives with: In 1841, Alice (35) with William and Jane Haworth and family at Holcombe Representative of: Richard Booth of Tomlin Fold, Tonge reported James Beswicks death in 1842 1797 - 1864 James Mather 67 67 James is the older brother of Nanny Mather, son of James Mather and Happy Lomax.

James's first wife, Mary died aged 24 in 1827.  Three years later, James (now shows as a Widower) married a pregnant Jane Dakin, who gave James a daughter, also Jane.  His young wife Jane also died, possibly giving birth or very soon after!  Their daughter Jane also died after 6 months.

James was on the 1831 L.B. Poor List, living at Blackburn Street (same as his mother in 1811).

I believe that James, who already had two infant sons, married a much younger Mercy Grime in 1833, a year after his second wife Jane had died.  Their first son William was born soon after.

On the 1841 census, James and Mercy (35 and 30) were living in Sidney Street (see map).  His son William (9) was listed first below the parents followed by John (15) and Samuel (12) from his earlier marriages, and then their three daughters, Ellen, Mary Ann and Esther (6, 4 & 1).

In 1851, James and Marcy (51 & 41) are at Back Sydney Street.  All their children were with them: William (17), Ellen (16), Mary Ann (14) and Esthr (10). Neighbours were William and Jane Booth (41 & 44). I have DNA matches to both families, possibly because James's sister Nanny Mather married Richard Booth in 1825.

He was a Presbyterian, and some of the family used St. Andrews in Bolton.  His oldest son John became a sucessful beer seller, running the Rothwell Street Tavern in Bolton.

His daughter Mary Ann lived at 12 Shaw Street, Seacombe when she re-married in 1900.
~1765 Catherine Whalley 1802 - 1855 Alice Booth 53 53 In 1841, Alice Beswick nee Smith (35) and her son Benjamin (15) were with her Jane Howarth (nee Booth).  Benjamin's father was Benjamin Booth of Tottington.  Was this the same Alice?

In 1851, Alice was still with her sister and family.
1787 - 1842 James Beswick 54 54 In 1820, James Beswick, weaver married Alice Booth.  I have strong DNA connections to James and/or Alice.  Of all their children, only Nancy gave them grandchildren.

In 1841, James Beswick (50, Cotton Weaver) was with his three surviving children: Nancy (16), James (12) and Alice (7) at Tombling Fold, Tonge.  This is very likely "Tomlin Fold" next to Under Shore on the map and 1841 census (see map).

James and Alice emigrated to Utah, USA

19 Oct 1842, James died at Tomlin Fold, Tong with Haulgh, aged 55 years.  Richard Booth was the informant.
1791 - 1792 Alice Booth 1 1 1806 - 1808 Elizabeth Booth 2 2 1810 - 1853 Margaret (Peggy) Booth 43 43 1798 - 1802 Adam Booth 4 4 1796 - 1858 Richard Booth 62 62 It is clear that Ann cannot be the mother of all of Richards Children.  He must have been widowed when he married her (which is confirmed on the marriage record)

In 1815, Richard married Jane Draper and between 1817 - 1825 they had Sally, James and John baptised, but not Willam who is on the 1841 census aged 20, so possible two families merged!

Richard Booth, a Groom, 45, was at Toppings in 1841 with 8 or 9 children, but probably widowed.

In 1842, Richard Booth, Weaver of Tomlin Fold was the infromant of his bro-in-law's death.
1813 Jane Booth in 1851, William and Jane Howarth (and her sister Alice) and family at New Farm, Walmersley, N Bury 1815 Ellen Ann Booth 1804 - 1825 Adam Booth 21 21 ~1804 Alice Brooks 1825 - 1901 James Booth 76 76 James and Rchael had a large family of 10 children at Breightmet.  Their son Joseph married Elizabeth Isherwood, daughter of Sophia Mather 1828 - 1911 Rachel Walmsley 83 83 ~1806 William Rosthorn 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 Thomas Scowcroft Booth In 1851, Thomas Booth, 45, unmarried was at Mason Fold, Horwich, a neighbour of William and Maria Collings (nee Mather).  Both men were Ag. Labourers from Harwood. 1824 - 1908 Nancy Beswick 84 84 Richard Booth is in trees of members with a DNA match:
Bryan Chapman (7.1 centimorgans)
M.O. managed by Bryan C (12.5 centimorgans)
Adam C Moore (18 centimorgans)
P.M. managed by ACM (16.3 centimorgans)
K.M..managed by ACM (18.8 centimorgans)

Nancy married Job Openshaw. in 1843, and they emigrated to Salt Lake City, Utah sometime after 1865 (when all their children had been born)
~1740 Edward Booth ~1740 Betty Chadwick 1766 Ann Booth 1829 - 1843 James Beswick 14 14 1821 - 1824 Nancy Beswick 3 3 Burial record shows age as 1, not 3 so possibly two Nancy Beswicks were born and died.  The next Nancy baptised 3 Oct 1824 survived. 1833 - 1888 Alice Beswick 55 55 In 1841, Alice Beswick was the youngest child of James Beswick (50), a cotton weaver at Tombling Fold, Tonge with Haulgh.

4 Apr 1858, William Yates a stover, son of James Yates a fire-man married Alice Beswick, daughter of James Beswick.

In 1861, William and Alice Yates (24 & 27) were at Alma Street, Little Leaver (no children).

In 1871, William and Alice (34 & 36) were at North Meols.

In 1881, William and Alice (44 & 47) were at 92 Tulketh Street, North Meols, Southport.  William had his sister Mary Yates (32) and John Booth (38, a lodger), but no children.

In 1891, Alice Yates (63, Widow) was a publican at the Grey Mare Inn, Haslingden
1830 - 1831 Thomas Beswick 1 1 1831 - 1832 Thomas Beswick 1 1 1819 - 1901 Job Openshaw Snr 82 82 Job (or Joab) was the son of Thomas Openshaw, a paper maker, and Catherine Haslam of Pendlebury.

On 9 Oct 1832, Catherine, the wife of Thomas Openshaw of Haulgh, died aged 43.

In 1842, Job Openshaw married Nancy Beswick.  The only other Lancashire Openshaw+Beswick marriage was in 1866 between John and Ann.

In 1846, another Job Openshaw married Alice Haslam sy Deane St Mary.

In 1851, Job and Nancy (32 & 27) were at Breightmet with Alice (6) and Saraqh (2)

In 1871, Job and Nancy (51 & 46) were at Pendlebury with 5 children.

In 1874, Joab and Nancy emigrated to the USA.They arrived from Liverpool on the ship "Nevada," Job Openshaw (54), Nancy Beswick Openshaw (50), Job Jr (18), William (4), Jonathan (11), James (23), & James Openshaw's wife Rosanna (21). NOTE: Just under the Openshaw family's name in the ship log is "Daniel Stone." Many Openshaw's were baptized by Daniel Stone.

In 1900 Joab and Nancy (81 & 76) ware at Salt Lake City.  Joab was a Carpet Weaver.  They had been i9n the US 26 years.

1827 - 1827 Mary Beswick 10m 10m 1872 - 1950 Benjamin Booth 78 78 1 Jan 1896, Benjamin Booth (23), a minder of 18 Laton Street married Ann Ellen Tomlinson of Park Street. John Booth and Mary Ellen Barnes were witness.

Benjamin and Ann Ellen Booth (nee Tomlinson) had been married 15 years in 1911.  They had 2 children, Ethel (14), and Benjamin Jnr (8).  They had no other children.  Benjamin was sucessful as a Head Spinning Master (cotton works) and was able to have a servant girl Elizabeth Smethurst (17) doing housework.  They lived at 286A Crescent Road, Bolton.

BOOTH Benjamin of 9 Lord Street, Glossop, Derbyshire died 23 Dec 1950. Administration Nottingham 28 Feb to Benjamin Booth cotton mill operative.  Effects ┬ú1862 16s.

Benjamin is buried at Heaton cemerery with his brother James Brooks Booth and family.
1854 - 1920 John Brooks 66 66 candsterry tree - Common DNA links to Richard Tomlinson

In 1871, John was a Croft labourer (i.e. a farmer) with his parents and siblings, living on the Blackburn Road, Turton.

John Brooks (28, Farmer) was at 125 Bury Old Road when he married Jane Brooks in 1882 (but he wasnt there in 1881).
1818 Thomas Brooks In 1845 when he married, Thomas was a printer from Tottington, son of James Brooks a weaver.

In 1871, Thomas Brooks was a Dyer, living with his wife and family on the Blackburn Road, Turton.  At 5 Turton Road in 1881.

in 1882, when his son John married, he was described as a Block Printer.

Around 1884-86 Thomas was at Thomsett is in the parish of Newmills, Derbyshire where John and Jane were born.
1820 Margaret (Peggy) Holding Peggy (in 1871) is a pet name for Margaret (in 1881), so she may be Margaret Wood, married 8 May 1837 at Bury, or more likely Margaret Holding married 4 Nov 1845 to Thomas Brooks, a Printer.

Aged 50 in 1871, living on the Blackburn Road, Turton.  At 5 Turton Road in 1881.
1807 - <1882 John Booth 75 75 John seems to have lied about his and Ann's age.  Ann is consistantly 10+ younger, but its not clear when either were born.

In 1841, John and Ann (44 and 30) are at Back James Street, Bolton with Thomas (13), Calvin (7), John (2) and James (6 mo)

In 1851, John and Ann (43 & 42) are at 174 Spring Gardens, West Bolton with Thomas (22), Calvin (16), John (14), James (10), Mary Ann (7), Alice (5) and George (2).

In 1861, John a carter and Ann (54 & 42) were at 14 Howell Croft.  They had Calvin (24), Mary Ann (18), Alice (16), George (13) and Jane (10).
1808 Ann Hulme Ann Holme or Holmes or Hulme (children's births are indexed woth both names, although Hulme predominates)

At 174 Spring Gardens, Bolton (W) in 1851
1848 - 1930 George Booth 81 81 1846 Alice Booth 1840 James Booth 1843 Mary Ann Booth 1828 Thomas Booth 1834 - 1864 Calvin Booth 30 30 In 1851, Calvin was single, aged 16.

In 1861, Calvin was unmarried, aged 24 at 14 Howell Croft, Bolton.

There is no marriage for Calvin, and he died in 1864, aged 26 (should be 30).

In 1871 ANOTHER Calvin Booth (55) is married Sarah (59) from Skelmsdale and has son James Booth (21) and Sarah Booth (19) and has James and Jane Heywood visiting him.
1838 John Booth 1851 Ann Brooks 1862 Clara Brooks 1855 Jane Brooks Jane (aged 28) married John Greenhalgh (aged 30), son of William, 4 Aug 1883 at Bolton. 1789 - 1826 Jane Draper 37 37

24th June 1826, Jane, wife of Richard Booth of Great Bolton was buried, aged 37.
1817 Sally Booth 1822 James Booth 1825 - 1826 John Booth 1 1 1859 - 1940 Jonathan (Edward) Openshaw 81 81 Birth registered as Jonathan (no Edward) 1855 - 1908 Job Openshaw Jnr 52 52 1883 James Brooks 1886 - 1941 Clara Emma Brooks 55 55 1764 - 1838 Robert Greenhalgh 74 74 In 1841, Robert Greenhalgh (70, Weaver) 1767 - 1830 Eleanor (Ellen) Walmsley 63 63 1811 - 1882 William Greenhalgh 70 70 By 1836, William had left Raikes, Tottington (now occupied by John Howarth, John Haslam, and William Knowles).

William wrote an Autobiography.  All the wives and children are named.  It is clear that after wife Mary, William had two more wives, but only children from Mary Ann.

In 1840 William became a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints, and in 1841 was ordained a priest and sent to preach the Gospel in the surrounding villages.

15 April 1842 he left home and set out for Nauvoo, landing  at Nauvoo on the 20 May 1842.

On 25 Apr. 1856 William married Sarah Jarvis, born 21 Jan. 1820 at Little Hulton, near Tyldsley, England

25 May 1858 and went to live in a room belonging to Brother Openshaw (at Salt Lake City, Utah). He then built a log house and farmed the land.
1848 - 1896 Hannah Booth 48 48 in the fall of 1865. I went up to the city and took me another wife by the name of Hannah Booth, born 16 Jan. 1849, daughter of Joseph and Mary Booth.  1874 - 1954 Sarah Ann Greenhalgh 80 80 21 cM DNA match to B.B., one of 11 shared matches. 1806 - 1865 Joseph Booth 59 59
In 1851, Joseph and Ann (43 & 42) were at Breightmet with Eliza, Sarah, Jane and Hannah (14, 13, 6 and 3)
1807 - 1864 Ann Pinnington 57 57 Note: 5 Births registered with mothers maiden name PINNINGTON (not the more common PENNINGTON) 1814 - 1851 Mary Clough 37 37 "Mary was born 13 March 1814, daughter of John and Susan Clough. In 1835 Mary brought forth a son which I named Robert --- who lived about four years. " 1835 - ~1839 Robert Greenhalgh 4 4 "In 1835 Mary brought forth a son which I named Robert --- who lived about four years." 1837 John Greenhalgh In Breightmet on 9 June 1837 she brought forth another son and gave him the name of John. 1840 - ~1844 Ellen Greenhalgh 4 4 On 14 May1840 she (i.e. Mary) brought forth a daughter who was named Ellen. She lived till about four years and died in Hancock County, Nauvoo. 1843 - 1843 Mary Greenhalgh 1820 - 1895 Sarah Jarvis 75 75 1765 - 1804 Betty Booth 39 39 1794 Martha Greenhalgh ~1798 Lettis Greenhalgh ~1801 John Greenhalgh 1864 - 1933 Albert Brown Thomas 68 68 1906 - 1984 Byron Booth Thomas 78 78 1838 Sarah Booth 1842 - 1845 Thomas Booth 3 3 1847 Martha Booth 1851 - 1939 Jane Booth 88 88 1844 Jane Booth 1836 Eliza Booth 1815 - 1885 Nathan Booth 70 70 Natahn and Sarah were from Ashton, where Edward and Alice were born.  They moved to Bolton about 1846.

Nathan & Sarah (36 & 32) were at 39 Broasdale Street, Little Bolton in 1851

In 1881, Nathan (66, Machine Fitter from Ashton) was lodging at 50 Halliwell Road, Little Bolton, now with his som Thomas (22, born Goldbourn)
1819 Sarah Pinnington 1849 William Booth 1845 Alice Booth 1839 Edward Booth Edward was an illegitimate child, son of Sarah Pennington of Lodge Lane, Ashton-in-Makerfield 1845 - 1847 Mary Ann Greenhalgh 2 2 1848 Ezekiel Greenhalgh 1851 Joseph Greenhalgh 1867 Jamesd Henry Greenhalgh 1868 William Robert Greenhalgh 1871 Nephi Greenhalgh 1879 - 1880 Jacob Joseph Greenhalgh 1 1 1810 - 1876 William Booth 66 66 In 1841, William and Jane are at Sidney Street with sons Thomas (10), John (5), Richard (2) and daughter Mary (7).

In 1851, William was a Counterplane Weaver at Bk Sydney Street, married to Jane with 6 children.
1807 - 1868 Jane Rostron 61 61 Daughter of Thomas Rostron and Mary Holt (tbc) 1836 - 1907 John Booth 70 70 In 1868, John Booth married Elizabeth Howarth (1842-1921)

In 1871, John and Elizabeth (34 & 28) were at 7 Garden Street, Little Bolton with Heber (4), Willard (2) and Pamela (1).

Lily Booth was born in Bolton Jan 1871, but she is of another family, daughter of Daniel Booth and Prudence Howarth.  John William Booth born Q2/1874 in Bolton may also be theirs, or else he died an indant (as John and Elizabeth named a son John born in Provo, Utah in 1876 that died aged 0 days or else this is that John).
1869 - 1945 Willard Booth 76 76 Willard Howarth Booth.

Willard (William) emigrated to Prova, Utah, USA where he married Mary Ann Billington in 1903.  Lack of DNA matches to other tree owners with John Rostron Booth suggests the DNA is elsewhere.
~1805 Elizabeth Booth 1829 James Booth 1832 Thomas Booth 1834 Mary Booth Another Mary, same age, dau of John Booth married Edmund Ogden, an overlooker at Stand (also a DNA match) 1839 Richard Booth 1841 Alice Booth 1788 Thomas Booth ~1790 Alice Scowcroft 1814 Catherine Booth 1827 Margaret Booth 1818 Martha Booth 1822 Mary Booth 1763 - 1838 Richard Booth 75 75 in 1972, Richard's daughter Alice burial reveals Richard Booth was from Breightmet.

Richard lived in Breightment (1792-1798), then Harwood (1802-1810), and then Preston (1813-1815).  He died in Bury in 1838.

I have DNA matches with Bryan Chapman (also M.O. whom he manages) and also Adam C Mooree.
1860 - 1941 Martha Jane Watts 80 80 1885 - 1962 Nancy Ellen Openshaw 77 77 K.M. and P.M., (managed by Adam C Moore 1967-2020) have 19 and 16 cM DNA matches to me. 

K.M is the g-grandson and P.M. g-granddaughter of Matha Jane Watts (1860-1941) and Job Openshaw (1855-1906); grandchildren of Nancy Ellen Openshaw of Utah, USA.
1806 William Howarth In 1841, William and Jane (35 & 30) were at Holcombe, Bury with Mary (13, Sister), Hannah (10), Elizabeth (7), Alice (4) and Jane (2 mo)

In 1851, William and Jane (44 & 43) were farming 20 acres and employing 7 labourers.  They had Hannah (20), Elizabeth (17), Alice (14), Sarah (10), Joseph (7) and William (4).  Jane's sister Alice Beswick (49, Wid) was their House Servant.

1861 census shows family raised in Tottington
1831 Hannah Howarth 1834 Elizabeth Howarth 1836 Alice Howarth 1841 Jane Howarth 1844 Joseph Howarth 1847 William Howarth 1828 Mary Howarth ~1800 Benjamin Beswick ~1800 Alice Rothwell Aged 35 in 1841, living at Holcombe with assumed son Benjamin Beswick (15).  Peter and Hannah Smith (65 & 70), possible poarents, also present.

Baptisms show Alice and Benjamin had children from 1817, so the 1815 marriage of Benjamin Beswick and Alice Rothwell is a good match.
1826 Benjamin Beswick 15 in 1841 with mother Alice (35). 1822 Ann Beswick 1817 Mary Beswick 1885 - 1972 John Frederick Brooks 86 86 On 20 Sep 1916, John Frederick Brooks married Levinah Elizabeth Allen (1894-1978) at Salt Lake City, Utah. 1851 - 1939 Jane (Nancy) Booth 87 87 Jane Booth was at 95 Bury Old Road in 1881 and 1882 when she married.  Jane was a domestic servant (30), working for Emma Whitehead (44, a Shopkeeper).

Named "Nancy Jane Booth" in candsterry tree
1830 - >1833 Mary Booth 3 3 1847 Benjamin Booth 1845 - 1902 Margaret Brooks 57 57 In 1851, Margaret, aged 6 was with parents James and Ann at 36 Wood Street, Little Bolton 1870 - 1942 Sarah Ann Brooks 72 72 In 1901, Sarah Ann Bannister (30) was living with her parents Benjamin and Margaret Booth in L.B. 1876 John Booth In 1896, John Booth was witness to his brither Benjamin Booth's marriage to Ann Ellen Tomlinson.

In 1906, John married Mary Baldwin
1878 Frank Booth 1882 Margaret Hannah Booth 1885 James Brooks Booth 1819 James Brooks Jame's father was also James, a weaver (see Ann Swan marriage) 1820 - 1854 Ann Swan 34 34 Ann died in 1854 and James remarried Mary Ann Shipperbottom.  (James and Mary Ann had a daughter Sussanah in 1857). 1841 Sarah Brooks 1843 - 1843 Rachael Brooks 1846 - 1848 William Brooks 2 2 1844 - 1845 Elizabeth Booth 1 1 1849 - 1850 William Booth 1 1 1881 - 1939 May Bell Booth 57 57 4 Oct 1902, May Bell Booth (1881-1939) married Clarence Harris (1879-1966) and had a daughter Wanda Mae Harris (1907-1953) with a DNA match to me. 1802 Joseph Hartley There appears to be DNA connections between this Booth family and myself (and Mathers from Harwood)

In 1831, Joseph married Margaret Booth at Bolton St Peter's, Bolton.

In 1851, Joseph and Peggy (44 & 41) were at Brooksbank, Harwood with 6 children: William (19), Mary (16), Adam (12), John (9), Richard (6) and Thomas (2).

In 1861, Joseph (57, wid) was still at Brooksbank with Mary (26) and three sons John, Richard and Thomas (19, 16, 12)
1832 William Hartley 1835 Mary Hartley 1838 - 1865 Adam Hartley 26 26 Adam married Margaret Horrocks and in 1860, had a daughter Sarah.

Adam died at the Pumps, Harwood in April 1865, aged 27 and is buried at Bradshaw
1842 John Hartley 1845 Richard Hartley 1849 Thomas Hartley 1863 - 1925 Bessie Lees 61 61 1879 - 1967 Frank Myron Openshaw 88 88 28 Sep 1916, Frank married Margaret May Sheppard (1897-1986) of Salt Lake.

Gina is the daughter of Marilyn Openshaw, grandchild of Frank Myron Openshaw and has a 16cM DNA match to me.
1929 - 2021 Marilyn Openshaw 91 91 Marilyn Openshaw (M.O.) is managed by her son, Bryan Chapman.  M.O. has a 12.5 cM DNA match to me and Bryan 7cM. 1866 - 1920 Joseph Booth 54 54 1871 Mary J Booth 1874 James W Booth 1845 Alice Openshaw Alice had left home by 1871 1843 - 1845 Jane Openshaw 1 1 1847 - 1927 Sarah Openshaw 79 79 Sarah had left home by 1871 1851 - 1910 James Openshaw 59 59 James was aged 19 in 1871, born Bolton and still with is parents.

James married Rosannah Wardle.  After James died, Rosannah remarried James W Roberts.
1853 - 1937 Mary Openshaw 83 83 1863 - 1868 Elizabeth Openshaw 5 5 1897 - 1986 Margaret Mary Sheppard 89 89 1870 - 1928 William Henry Twitchell 57 57 1916 - 1984 Zelma Twitchell 68 68 Bryce Zachary Smith is the grandson of Phyllis Ipson and John Adam Moor (1940-2006), Zelma's daughter.   1865 - 1887 William Openshaw 21 21 1837 William Yates 4 Apr 1858, William Yates a stover, son of James Yates a fire-man married Alice Beswick, daughter of James Beswick.

In 1861, William and Alice Yates (24 & 27) were at Alma Street, Little Leaver (no children).

In 1871, William and Alice (34 & 36) were at North Meols.

In 1881, William and Alice (44 & 47) were at 92 Tulketh Street, North Meols, Southport.  William had his sister Mary Yates (32) and John Booth (38, a lodger), but no children.
1872 - 1955 Jane Ellen Booth 82 82 1876 - 1876 John Booth 1866 - 1912 Heber Booth 46 46 "Heber" (but registered Eber) was aged 4 in 1871

In 1900, Heber Thomas Booth, born 1867, was in Utah
1870 - 1871 Pamela Booth 1 1 In April 1871, Penela wa aged 1 and with her family.  She died a few months after the census, aged 1. 1842 - 1921 Elizabeth Howarth 79 79 Believed to be daughter of John Howarth and Ellen Monks.

In 1851, Ellen was aged 4, born Lostock. Her parents were John Howarth (46), a coal miner and Ellen (40), both from Westhoughton. She was one of 7 daughters (including a Pemelia, her closest younger sister who she later named her first daughter after).  They were living at Astley Bridge, Sharples.
1894 Gertrude Booth Brooks 1894 - 1978 Levinah Elizabeth Allen 83 83
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