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Family Subtree Diagram : Lewis+Williams

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 family from Neston (and Ness Colliery) with DNA connection Elizabeth born in Hawarden, married in Liverpool (same as Ann Williams) Living in Whiston, Lancashire in 1851 Another Thomas Lewis born Ness (others Little Neston) Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child 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 Parent Parent 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 Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Adopted Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent 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 Parent Parent 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 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 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 Parent Parent 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 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 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 Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child 1802 - 1883 Ann Williams 81 81 Ann probably had a brother Thomas who was a marriage witness.

In 1851, aged 48; born Hawerden; Domestic Duties.

Ann was living in Little Neston, Cheshire with daughter Lydia, Granddaughter Ellen Ann Timmis; And Son-in-law Richard Timmis in 1861.

Ann's daughter, Lydia Timmis (married), and grandaughters Ellen Ann, Mary Jane, and Lydia were living with Ann Woodward in 1871
Marriage (a child) 16 Mar 1890 XTo be completed Marriage (six children) 1858 (L'pool) Rainford Widowed (four children) 11 June 1821 (Liverpool) Abode: Ness Marriage (five children) 27 Dec 1789 (Neston), Later Toxteth Park Marriage (two children) 1851 (L'pool) +Possibly more children Marriage (five children) 1851 (B'head) XTo be completed Marriage (ten children) 6 Mar 1791 (Hawarden) Marriage (ten children) 27 Nov 1823 (Neston) Marriage (five children) 27 Dec 1829 (Farnworth). Abode Eccleston Marriage 7 Jun 1862 Marriage (five children) 27 June 1825 (Chester) Abode: Ness Marriage (five children) 1829 (Chester) Marriage 1851 (L'pool) Marriage Wirral & Canada Widowed (three children) 19 Jan 1854 Marriage Divorce 15 Dec 1856 No more children Marriage (five children) ~1873 (Capenhurst) Marriage (two children) 1875 Marriage 1875 (Chester) No more children Marriage (eight children) 4 Mar 1819 (John the Baptist, Chester) Nullity 1850 (B'head) Marriage (two children) 25 Dec 1852 (Neston) Abode: Rainford +Possibly more children Marriage (four children) 1856 (Wigan) Marriage (nine children) 6 Oct 1829 (Neston): Abode: Wepre, Northop Marriage (a child) Wepre, Northop (not found) Marriage (a child) Marriage 9 Feb 1840 Marriage (seven children) 19 Oct 1856 (Chester) Abode: Little Neston +Possibly more children Marriage (eight children) 1923 (West Derby) No more children Marriage (six children) 7 Aug 1893 (Liverpool) Divorce 1943 (L'pool) Marriage (a child) 1962 (Liverpool) Marriage (nine children) 17 Aug 1856 (Liverpool) Abode: West Derby No more children Marriage 2 Jun 1895 (Liverpool) Marriage (nine children) 29 May 1889 (Liverpool) No more children Marriage (four children) 30 Jan 1932 (Kirkdale) No more children Marriage (eight children) 13 May 1869 (Liverpool) Abode: Little Neston No more children Work with: Both fishermen at Ness Lives with: In 1911, George William Roscoe was boarding with Elizabeth and family at Waterloo, West Derby Lives with: Thomas and John both moved to live in Waterloo, West Derby Lives with: In 1881, Frances (73, mother) was living with her son John Roscoe (30) and wife Fanny (34) Lives with: James living with John in 1861 Lives with: Possibly the father of Hannah, living with the family at Coleshill, Northop in 1841 Lives with: In 1901, George and his wife Margaret were living with his brother Joseph and family Neighbor: In 1841, both Josephs lived in Little Neston.  Ther are probably cousins, sons of William and Joseph Oxton (i.e. Brothers TBC) 1783 - 1833 Ellen Lewis 50 50 Liverpool Christening records show Joshia's mother's name as Ellen Lewis. 1871 Elizabeth Lewis For some strange reason, Elizabeth was baptised at Rainford 7 April 1872.  There are no other children of John and Mary Lewis baptised there. 1865 - 1937 Charles Ambrose Freeman 72 72 1838 John Lewis In 1841, Bridget Lewis (mother) had Elizabeth (11), Richard (7) and John (3) with her at Ness, Neston.

In 1871, John and Mary (31 & 33) were at the Colliery Cottages, Rainford with James (8), Ann (5), John (3) and Elizabeth (2mo).  Samuel Davies was a logger (25, possibly a brother-in-law as also a coal miner from Neston)

In 1881, John and Mary (42 & 44) were at Rodney Row, Little Neston with James (18), Annie (15), John (13), Betsy (10), Richard (7) and William (4)

In 1891, John and Martha (52 & 47) were at leighton with son William (14).
1837 Mary Davies 1890 - 1967 John Alfred Freeman 77 77 John Alfred Freeman is the (assumed) grandfather of MandyG who has a 6cM DNA match to me. 1800 - 1838 James Lewis 38 38 James was from Liverpool when he married Bridget, so this is where he may be from.  However, there are other family ties to Neston and it seems likely he is closely related to Joseph Lewis (1796-1878), both Coal Miners with families in Neston.  Both families moved to live in Whiston (near Prescot), Lancashire.

James was killed in a mining accident.  He died as a result of falling to the bottom of a coal pit as Ness, Neston when he fell out of a basket to the bottom while descending into the pit.

In 1851, his Wife and three children were at Ness, Cheshire

Bridget Lewis moved to Rainford, to be with her daugter Elizabeth, where she died in 1860.
1802 - 1860 Bridget Nowland 58 58 There is another Bridget born about 1916 (in Wexford, Ireland) who married John Lewis, and they also lived on the Liverpool Road, in Neston.

In 1841, Bridget Lewis was 40 (not from Cheshire) and had Elizabeth (11), Richard (7) and John (3) with her at Ness, Neston.

Bridget married John Ellison in Birkenhead in 1850.  In 1851, Bridget "Ellison" was 48 and living at Ness.  She must have seperated as John wasn't with her, and she later reverted to Lewis.

"Bridget Lewis" died 18 March 1860 at Hardings Row, Rainford, aged 64.  Widow of James Lewis, Collier.  Her daughter, Elizabeth Lawley of Hardings Row was in attendance.

1826 - 1904 Ann Lewis 78 78 1830 - 1896 Elizabeth Lewis 66 66 In 1852 when Elizabeth (22) married James (33), a widower.  Her witnesses were Richard Lewis (brother) and Ellen Lewis (unknown).   1832 - 1910 Richard Lewis 78 78 In 1841, Bridget Lewis (mother) had Elizabeth (11), Richard (7) and John (3) with her at Ness, Neston.

In 1851, Richard (18) is at Ness with sister Elizabeth (21) and borther John (13) and mother Bridget Ellison (48)

In 1861, Richard and Jane (26 and 24) and their son Richard (10 mo) were at Wigan.  Richard and Jane were living with Jane's mother Elizabeth Perry (68).

In 1871, Richard (37) and his son Richard (11) were lodging with James and Elizabeth Lawley.

In 1881, Richard and Jane (47 & 45) were in Little Neston with three daughters, Annie, Jane and Ruth (15, 8, 7).
~1770 Thomas Lewis In 1780, Thomas Lewis was a maltster when he married Elizabeth Beard at Neston. ~1770 Elizabeth Beard 1803 Griffith Lewis 1798 Mary Lewis 1792 John Lewis In 1840, When daughter Ann Lewis married John Jones (a Joiner and Widower), John was a Baker on Lord Street, Liverpool.

In 1841, John and (assumed wife) Mary Lewis were both 50, living ar Rose Cottage, Neston.  They were NOT from Cheshire, so may be another couple.
~1825 William Campion 1858 William Campion 1852 Isaac Campion 1827 Martha Smith 1857 James Lewis 1860 Joseph Lewis 1863 John Lewis 1764 - 1844 Samuel Williams 80 80 FamilySearch has Samuel Williams born at "Moor, Flintshire" in 1764, son of John Williams

Son Samuel's first child was buried at Halkyn (near Bagillt).  As a Samuel and Ann of expected age are buried at Bagillt, then this is probably them.  Although Samuel and Ann are buried in the 1840s, there is no matching 1841 Census record for them.
1791 - 1866 Mary Williams 75 75 There is no obvious single mmary Williams in Northop, Flintshire, so it is likely she married, and the death in 1866 (registered at Holywell) is of another married woman.

Since brother William was at Wepre, then the Mary Bethell, aged 50 in 1851 could be her.
1804 - 1877 Rachel Williams 73 73 1800 - 1802 Ann Williams 2 2 1807 - 1872 Margaret Williams 65 65 In 1851, Margaret (35, Unmarried) was still in Hawarden with her mother Elizabeth, a Grocer. 1796 - 1844 Samuel Williams 48 48 Samuel may be from Halkyn (near Bagilt and Hollywell), Flintshire where their first son John was buried. Halkyn is moorland good for grazing sheep and quarrying stone.

In 1834, Job was baptised at Hawarden, Flintshire.  He is their only child to be baptised there with parents named.

In 1841, Samuel and Jane (45 & 40) were at Broughton, Hawarden, North Wales with James (14), Elly (12), Charles (10), Job (7), Mary (4) and William (2).

James had died by 1851.  His wife Jane (52, Widow) was a farmer at Broughton Village with John (27), James (23) and Mary (14).
1802 - 1864 Joseph Oxton 62 62 In 1861, Joseph and Rachel (both 60) were at Little Neston with John (25), Margaret (23) and Thomas (13) 1827 Alice Oxton 1831 - 1907 William Oxton 76 76 In 1852, William married Thomasina Bryan at St Peter, Liverpool 1835 John Oxton 1837 Margaret Oxton 1848 Thomas Oxton Thomas appears to have been a late arrival, being born almost 10 years after his younger siblings. However, there were three other children that died young (4 and under).

Thomas married Alice
1806 Henry Winstanley In 1841, Henry and Margaret (35 & 30) were at Prescot with Ann (2) and Mary (3 months).

In 1851, Henry and Margaret (45 & 43) were at Prescot with their 5 children.
1839 Ann Winstanley 1841 Mary Winstanley 1844 Margaret Winstanley 1847 Henry Winstanley 1850 Alice Winstanley 1841 John Preston 1835 Joseph Oxton Joseph was the son of William Oxton, a Mason 1828 - 1832 Joseph Oxton 4 4 Baptism shows mother as Rachel Jones (not Williams)  1803 Robert Lewis Robert was the illegitimate son of Catherine Lewis, baptised 20 Jan 1805.

In 1825, Robert married Catherine Dunkan at Chester.

In 1841, Robert and Catherine (both 37) were at Little Neston with Thomas, Joseph, Mary and Ellen (13, 12, 11 & 7).  Also present was William Duncan. Another two Duncan families were neighbours, probably Catherin's brother, parents and other siblings (tbc).
1804 Catherine Dunkan 1827 Thomas Lewis In 1851, Thomas (25, born Ness) was with his parents Robert and Catherine.

In 1861, Thomas and Martha (35 & 34) had James and Joseph (3 & 1)  Thomas was born in Ness and Martha in Neston.
1839 James Lewis 1829 Joseph Lewis 1830 Mary Lewis 1834 Ellen Lewis 1864 Robert Lewis 1869 Thomas Lewis 1808 - 1888 Frances Williams 80 80 In 1881, Frances (73, mother) was living with her son John Roscoe (30) and wife Fanny (34) 1803 - 1876 Thomas Roscoe 73 73 In 1851, Thomas and Francis (47 & 43) were at Plums Houses, Woodbank, Shotwick (between Two Mills and Queensferry).  They had William (20), Mary (11), Thomas (6), John (11 mo).

In 1861, Thomas and Frances (58 & 54) were at the Hamlet of Hinderton, Neston with sons William and John (11 & 6) an d 3 grandchildren

In 1871, Thomas and Frances (67 & 64) were at Hinderton, Neston with sons Thomas and John
1845 - 1901 Thomas Roscoe 56 56 In 1871, Thomas was Unmaried, 26, a labourer, with his parents at Hinderton, Neston, Wirral.

About 1873, Thomas married Elizabeth Moulton at Capenhurst.  This is where his brother John lived.  FreeBMD and Ancestry appear to be missing the marriage record.

In 1875, Thomas Roscoe, a Butcher, aged 30, sailed from Liverpool to Philadelphia, PA on the ship Illinois.

In 1881, Thomas and Elizabeth (both 36) were at Crosby, Lancashire.  They had two children Mary F (5, born Little Neston) and Thomas J (1). Thomas was born Queensferry, Flintshire (near Hawarden).

In 1891, Thomas and Elizabeth Roscoe (both 46) were at Waterloo, Crosby and had Mary F (15), Thomas J (11), Emily (9) and Catherine A (6).
1830 - 1914 William Roscoe 83 83 19 Jan 1854, William Roscoe, a tailor, son of Thomas a labourer married Elizabeth George.

In 1861, the children George, Elizabeth and Frances E (6, 2 and 8mo) were with their grandparents Thomas and Frances at Hinderton, Neston.  Wife Elizabeth had just died that year.

In 1861, William (60 but should be 40) is a Tailor and Coal Dealer, born Puddington with wife Mary (45)  and daughters Elizabeth (12, born Canada) and Frances Emma (10).

In 1863, George Roscoe, 35, Tailor and a widower married Mary Trantium.
1840 - 1934 Mary Roscoe 94 94 In 1856, Mary married William Anglsey.  They were both living in Crophall Street, Liverpool.

They emigrated to the USA, and then divorded in 1864.

Mary probably returned to the UK, and died there in 1934
1850 - 1924 John Roscoe 73 73 In 1871, John 20, was with his parents

Between 1871-75 John and Fanny were married at St. John's, West Chester (Fanny's home town)

In 1881, John (30) was married to Fanny (34, born Chester).  John's mother Frances (73) was living with them as well as William Parkinson (9, at school) 
1832 Elizabeth Roscoe In 1841, Elizabeth (aged 9) was with Edward and Ann Roscoe at Neston.  This was another Elizabeth, baptised 22 April 1832

30 Dec 1851, Elizabeth of Victoria St, dau of Thomas Roscoe, labourer married John Dickinson, a shoe maker at St. Nicholas, Liverpool..
John Dickinson 1828 - 1904 Mary Trantum 76 76 1859 Elizabeth Roscoe In 1861, George, Elizabeth and Frances E (6, 2 and 8mo) were with their grandparents Thomas and Frances at Hinderton, Neston. 1860 - 1929 Frances Emma Roscoe 68 68 Frances Emma never knew her biological mother who died when she was about 6 months old.

In 1861, George, Elizabeth and Frances E (6, 2 and 8mo) were with their grandparents Thomas and Frances at Hinderton, Neston.
1856 - 1891 George Frederick Roscoe 35 35 In 1861, George, Elizabeth and Frances E (6, 2 and 8mo) were with their grandparents Thomas and Frances at Hinderton, Neston. 1831 - 1861 Elizabeth George 30 30 1868 - 1940 Benjamin Farnsworth Holden 72 72 1839 - 1903 William Anglesey 64 64 1844 - 1917 Elizabeth Moulton 73 73 1875 Mary Frances Roscoe 1880 Thomas J Roscoe 1882 Emily Roscoe 1885 Catherine Annie Roscoe 1861 George William Roscoe In 1911, George William Roscoe was boarding with Elizabeth and family at Waterloo, West Derby 1900 - 1915 Elizabeth Florence Roscoe 14 14 In 1901, Elizabeth was 5 month, the grandaughter of Thomas and Elizabeth.

By 1911, Elizabeth was 10 and described as Elizabeth's daughter.  Therefore she is likely to be an illegitimate daughter of Emily or Catherine.
1877 - 1921 Robert Anglesey 44 44 1879 - 1942 Richard Anglesey 63 63 1839 - 1917 Georgenna Knighton 78 78 1845 Fanny Dean Mallard 1799 - 1853 Jane Jones 54 54 Jane was born at Broughton and was with James and family there in 1841.

In 1851, Jane (52, Widow) was at Broughton Village with John (27), James (23) and Mary (14)
1823 John Williams In 1861, John and James (34 & 33), brothers, were farm labourers at Broughton.  John' sister-in-law Alice (26) and two boys Richard (son of Alice?, 8) and Charles (12, visitor) ware also there. 1827 James Williams In 1851, James (23) was with his mother at Broughton.

In 1861, John and James (34 & 33), brothers, were farm labourers at Broughton.  John' sister-in-law Alice (26) and two boys Richard (son of Alice?, 8 mo) and Charles (12, visitor) ware also there.

Between 1851 and 1861, James had married Alice (from Middlesex) and had a son Richard (8 mo, born Hawarden).

In 1881, James and Alice (from Middlesex) were at Hawarden with Richard (oldest) and 6 other children.
1829 Eliza Williams 1831 Charles Williams 1834 - 1909 Job Williams 75 75 1837 Mary Williams 1838 William Williams 1821 - 1822 John Williams 1 1 ~1800 John Ellison 1820 - 1894 James Lawley 74 74 James is the son of William Lawley, also a Collier.

James was a coal miner in Little Neston.  The Ness and Little Neston mines closed by 1855 after the silting of the Dee Estuary made it difficult to move coal in bulk.  James had to move elsewhere to find work.

In 1852, James (33, widower) a collier of Neston married Elizabeth Lewis  (22) of Ness.

In 1871, James and Elizabeth (51 & 39) are in Rainford with Joseph, James and John Lawley (lodgers) and Richard and Richard Lewis (37 & 11, assumed father and son).

In 1881, James and Elizabeth (62 & 49) are in Little Neston with John (18) and Elizabeth (11)

In 1891, James and Elizabeth (66 & 54) are in Little Neston (both born Ness)

Neston Colliery reopen in 1874 after the building of a new railway line.
1863 John Lawley 1870 Elizabeth Lawley 1837 - 1926 Jane Perry 89 89 1860 Richard Lewis 1866 Annie Lewis 1873 Jane Lewis 1874 Ruth Lewis 1874 Richard Lewis 1877 William Lewis 1863 James Lewis 1866 Annie Lewis 1868 John Lewis 1849 Mary Williams Mary was not with her parents in 1861 or 1871.

In 1881, Mary was aged 35 and single at Soughton, Northop.
1846 John Williams John married Mary Ann Stewart. We know this because he was with his wife and father-in-law in 1881. 1839 Catherine Williams It may be that Catherine is John's daughter before he married Hannah.  Catherine is born Hawarden, yet mother Hannah and the others are born in Northop.

In 1851, Catherine was 12 and listed before the other children, (including William who was 21)
1830 William Williams 1842 Ann Williams 1851 - 1858 Frances Williams 6 6 1836 Hannah Williams In 1851, Hannah (21) was was a house servant for George and Mary Jepson , Inn Keeper at the Black Swan, Northgate, Chester. 1776 Richard Jones 1832 Thomas Williams 1834 Elizabeth Williams 1793 - >1881 John Williams 88 88 In 1841, John and Hannah (35 & 30) were at Wepre.  They had William (11), Thomas (9), Elizabeth (7), Hannah (5), and Catherine (2).  Also Richard Jones (65, farmer) was probably head of family (possibly Hannah's father).

In 1851, John and Hannah (48 & 44) had Catherine (12), William (21), Ann (7), John (5) and Mary (2).  They were at Wepre near Connah's Quay and Shotton, Deeside.

In 1861, John (59) and Hannah (54) were at Aston Lane, Shotton.  John was a labourer. They had a son John Williams (16), a sail maker.

In 1871, John (75) and Hannah (55) were at Soughton (i.e. Sychdyn) near Mold, Hawarden.

In 1881, John Williams (88, born Hawarden) was at Northop with wife Hannah (66) and daughter Mary (unmarried, 35)
1811 Hannah Jones In 1841, Hannah Williams was with her father Richard Jones (aged 65, a farmer).

Hannah was from Northop.  She was 44 in 1851, 54 in 1861 and then suddenly got 9 years younger!  In 1871 she was 55 and 66 in 1881.  Perhpas there are two Hannahs!
1794 William Bithell Therre are no local marriages for William Bithel and Mary (any).  The closest match is a marriage to Mary Huches in 1813 at St Oswalds, Chester 1821 Robert Bithell 1768 - 1847 Ann Millington 78 78 Son Samuel's first child was buried at Halkyn (near Bagillt).  As a Samuel and Ann of expected age are buried at Bagillt, then this is probably them.  Although Samuel and Ann are buried in the 1840s, there is no matching 1841 Census record for them.

In 1851, Ann Williams (74, Wid, Grocer) was still at Hawarden, with her daughter Margaret Williams (35, Unmarried)
1797 - 1883 Elizabeth Williams 85 85 Elizabeth (daughter of Samuel Williams and Ann Millington) is a possible sister of Ann, based on DNA evidence with Zoe Poreba (managed by: Gavin_Rymill), 7 cM tree.  Elizabeth married William Lewis and the family lived at Ness Colliery.

In 1881, Elizabeth, 83, Widow, born Hawarden was living with her son Joseph (56) and family (including younger son Benjamin and his wife Ann)
1795 Thomas Lewis <unknown> 1818 Ann Lewis 1817 John Jones 1805 Jeremiah Williams 1839 Mary Smith Mary Smith, born Neston, was the daughter of Joseph Smith, a shoemaker, and Mary Corfe (TBC) 1904 - 1981 Florence Oxton 77 77 1899 - 1962 Henry Wrigley 63 63 1923 - 1976 Eliza Mary Wrigley 53 53 1867 Joseph Oxton In 1901, Joseph and Eliza Mary Oxton (43 & 39) were living at 10 Bunyan Street, Liverpool with Joseph, George, John and Florence (15, 13, 9 & 7).  Joseph's brother George Henry Oxton and wife Margaret (47 & 37) were living with them. 1871 Elizabeth Mary Hope When she married in 1893, Eliza Mary Hope's father was shown as Thomas Hope.

Eliza Mary Oxton was 39 in 1911 at 10 Bunyan Street, Liverpool
William Lowther Anthony O'Toole Joseph Patrick O'Toole 1925 Florence Wrigley Henry Wrigley Joseph Wrigley Margaret Wrigley Bernard Wrigley Maureen P Wrigley John Wrigley 1895 Joseph Oxton 1897 George Oxton 1902 John Lewis Oxton 1864 - 1935 George Henry Oxton 71 71 In 1895, George (31) married Margaret O'Neill (22) 1860 Edwin Joseph Oxton 1833 - 1897 Joseph Oxton 64 64 In 1856:  MARRIED: On the 17th instant, at St John the Baptist Church, Mr Joseph Oxten to Mary, daughter of Mr John Lewis, Northumberland Street.  (Liverpool Mail, 23 Aug) 1834 Mary Lewis Mary Lewis was the daughter of John Lewis, a farmer.

In 1856:  MARRIED: On the 17th instant, at St John the Baptist Church, Mr Joseph Oxten to Mary, daughter of Mr John Lewis, Northumberland Street.  (Liverpool Mail, 23 Aug)
1857 William Oxton 1862 James Oxton 1864 Walter Oxton 1866 John Oxton 1868 George Oxton 1870 Joseph Oxton 1873 Margaret O'Neill Margaret's father was Patrick O'Neill 1857 - 1932 John Lewis Oxton 74 74 11 May 1894, John Lewis Oxton married Jane Miller, daughter of John Miller, an Engineer 1859 Margaret Jane Oxton Margaret Jane was born in Bilston, Staffordshire, England.  All her siblings were born in Liverpool.

22 Dec 1878, Margaret Jane married Richard Green at Heaton Norris, Christ Church, Lancashire.
1865 - 1931 Mary Alice Oxton 66 66 1860 - 1930 Thomas Murphy Wallace 70 70 Thomas was the son of Henry Wallace.  His mother was Margaret Murphey (irish), a restaurent keeper at 100 Old Hall Street, liverpool. 1909 - 1997 Harold Wallace 88 88 1906 - 1959 Anne Compston 53 53 1845 - 1849 George Oxton 4 4 1842 - 1843 Rachel Oxton 9m 9m 1839 - 1841 Mary Oxton 2 2 1861 - 1861 Joseph Oxton 1869 - 1870 Robert Thomas Oxton 1 1 1871 William Edward Oxton 1873 - 1874 Thomas Alfred Oxton 9m 9m 1899 - 1901 Wallace Oxton 1 1 1894 Lilian Oxton 1843 Alice Oxton Alice Oxton was an Oxton before she married, possibly a cousin or close relative (tbc). Her father was William Oxton of Rodney Street (Liverpool), a Quarryman. 1869 Moses Oxton 1871 Elizabeth Oxton 1873 Rachel Oxton 1876 Jane Oxton 1879 Joseph Oxton 1881 Sarah Oxton 1875 - 1875 Annie Oxton 1m 1m 1882 - 1947 Henry Oxton 64 64 Hanry and Annie lived at 120 Church Road, Lower Bebington 1941 - 2020 Gordon Wallace 78 78 Thelma Wallace Thomas Wallace 1890 - 1968 Margaret Mary Eveline Wallace 78 78 1891 - 1967 Joseph Wallace 75 75 1894 - 1895 Edith May Wallace 1 1 1896 - 1977 Eva Wallace 81 81 1900 - 1981 Ivy Wallace 81 81 April 1918, Ivy Wallace married Archibald Ernest Mitchell in Brighton, Sussex 1903 - 1931 Thomas Wallace 27 27 1905 - 1993 George Henry Wallace 87 87 1907 - 1970 Daisy Wallace 63 63 Joyce Wallace
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