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Family Subtree Diagram : Lomax, Happy

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. ? James and Ann family (never called Hannah) of BREIGHMET There are two James Lomax and Mary families. This family from Breigmet were buried together locally at Ainsworth. James Lomax 1739-1800 Mary Lomax 1733-1800 Christening at Bank Street Unitarian Or Presbyterian, Bolton Le Moors shown in boxes. Also appears on Dean records. It would be nice to think that the Lomax families using Bank Street were related (e.g. Brothers), but this is not possible to prove. HAPPY B / M / D: 1768 Happy Lomax/Mather/Cheetham (d.1843) - MATHER family 1819 Happy Flitcroft/Green (m 1852, d.1880) 1842 Happy Barrow/Shuttleworth (m.1835, d.1889) - MATHER family 1847 Happy Hamer/Collinge (m.1868, d.1923) 1861 Happy Brooks (d.1861) - INFANT - MATHER Family 1881 Happy C Collinge/Smethurst (m.1901, d.1952) 1882 Happy Shuttleworth, Owens (m. 1907, d.1924) - MATHER Family 1865 Happy Bond (d.1865) - INFANT (Dau of John BOND and Ellen WEATHERALL) All baptised at Bank Street Unitarian Smalshaw Lomax on marriage record, and of L.B. on Burial Bromiley (or Bromilow) family from Harwood Lee, baptised at various prodistant chapels 1782: Thomas Flitcroft m. Hannah Mather - Abode G.B., Betty Bap Deane, No James! James & Mary (both 60) at Cotton Row, Darcey Lever in 1841 with Sarah (30), Happy (22), Hannah (20) and Thomas (25) James & Mary (both 70) at Cotton Row, Darcey Lever in 1851 with Happy (32) and Hannah (30) in 1851 Cockey Moor Baptisms: James & Betty Lomax from Nab Moore, Bolton who also had a Happy Lomax Two LOMAX families with DNA connections, both from Breightmet Fold - Brothers - TBC Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent 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 Biological Child Parent Parent 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 Biological Child 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 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 Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child 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 Parent 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 Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Adopted 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 Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Adopted 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 Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Marriage (five children) 5 Oct 1727 (Quarlton, Bolton) Marriage 1776 Marriage (five children) 7-Oct-1760 (Baps at Bank Street) Marriage (seven children) 1758 (Blackburn) Marriage (eight children) 27 Jun 1769 (Bolton) No more children Marriage (a child) 29-Sep-1772 (Bury) Marriage 1852 (Bolton) XTo be completed Marriage (seven children) 15 Apr 1803 (Deane) Marriage (nine children) 1817 (Bolton) Marriage (two children) 8-Jan-1741 Marriage (eight children) 13-Oct-1755 (Abode LB, then Sharples) No more children Widowed (two children) Breightmet & Astley Bank Marriage (five children) 1759, Breightmet Widowed (two children) 11-Apr-1757 No more children Widowed 10 or 17 May 1752 Widowed (three children) 1 Jan 1749 (Deane, Abode: Heaton, Halliwell) No more children Marriage (nine children) 15 Jun 1773 (Abode: Harwood) Marriage (three children) 14 Feb 1779 (Deane) Marriage (five children) 27 May 1760 (Married at Dean, abode Little Bolton) No more children Marriage (five children) Harwood Marriage (four children) 11 Jan 1790 (Deane) Marriage (three children) 6 Jan 1775 (Bolton) Abode Harrod / Nab Moor Marriage (two children) Nab Moor Widowed 11 Jun 1845 Marriage (two children) Nab Moor Harrod +Possibly more children Marriage (ten children) 1 Mar 1772 (Bolton) Abode: Breightmet Hill +Possibly more children Marriage (eight children) 6 Nov 1820 (Prestwich) Abode: Breightmet Fold +Possibly more children Marriage (five children) 31 Aug 1784 (Bolton) Abode: Breightmet Marriage (eight children) 7 Feb 1820 (Bolton). Abode: Breightmet No more children Marriage (a child) Oct 1860 +Possibly more children Marriage (two children) ~1851 +Possibly more children (a child) Marriage (two children) 5 Aug 1822 (Bolton) No more children Marriage (three children) 9 June 1786 (Bolton) Abode: Breightmet No more children Marriage (three children) 6 May 1825 +Possibly more children Marriage (a child) 22 Aug 1814 XTo be completed Marriage (a child) 17 Aug 1845 XTo be completed Marriage 2 Jan 1846 XTo be completed Named After Relative of: Possibly John's wife (see 1841 census) Relative of: Probable son, but no baptism to confirm Know each other: Two James Lomax's had two Alice daughters baptised at Bank Street Relative of: Possible daughter of James, if his first wife was Betty : Possible brothers (as both had Happy daughters born or buried with them) : Neighbours in 1841 Work with: Both Joiners and nearby at Breightmet in 1841
There were actual neighbours in 1851
Brothers  (Confirmed) Neighbor: In 1841, neighbours both living at Breightmet Fold. Work with: Jacob Lomax, Abraham Lomax and Isaac Lomax were partners, manufacturing quilts at Little Bolton and Manchester under the name "Jacob Lomax and Sons" 1768 - 1843 Happy Lomax 75 75 NOTE: There was another Happy Lomax (1786-1799) of Breightmet, buried at Cockey.  This may Happy's illegitimate daughter.

In 1790, Happy was about 22 when she married James Mather at St Peter's, Bolton.

When aged about 43, Happy was on the 1811 Little Bolton Poor List, living at Blackburn Street.  This was the year that her husband James Mather died.  Her grandson John (and Ellen nee Buckley) were living in Blackburn Street in 1841.

Happy married 3 times, but with such a unique name, she is easy to trace.  Her granddaughter (and several other realtives) was also named Happy.

In 1841, she (aged ~70) was living with Ann Boardman (aged 75), in Almo House, Little Bolton, possibly an OAP's home, and there were 11 old women in the same residence.

The death certificate doesnt give any clues of her previous marriages, except to tell us that William Cheetham was a weaver.
1735 - 1831 James Lomax 96 96 James married Hannah about 1750 and had a daughter Mary buried at Breightmet 21 Feb 1753.  They then had another Daughter Elizabeth in 1756 before Hannah died shortly after.

James Lomax (born in Deane in 1735) then maried Mary Taylor (nee Bromiley) in 1760.  All their children where christened at Bank Street Unitarian (Bury), distinguishing them from the other famileys.  Note: Bromily was Mary's married name as she had been married before.

Mary was James's second wife, as the marriage record shows both James and Mary were widow and widower.

Another James Lomax (born in Bolton about 1734) married Mary Crompton in 1759.  Their children were Recorded for Bolton Le Moors, with Mary Compton named as spouse.

Another James Lomas (born in Bolton about 1735) married Sarah Kershaw on 17-Nov-1760.

James Lomax was witness to Richard Mather and Ann Howarth's marriage 1761.  Their son James Mather went on to Marry James's daughter Happy Lomax.

Sunday School work in Edgworth started in cottages, one being at the Nursery at Greenthorne, the Barlows also ran a dame school. In 1802 there was a Sunday School at Tarkington run by two elderly men, James Lomas and Thomas Holt. To accommodate all the people it was held in the morning and the afternoon.
1739 - 1764 Mary Nelson 25 25 A Mary Bromily of Bolton Parish married Thos Greenhalgh of Bury parish on 6-Jan-1765, in Bolton Parish Church, so were there two Mary Bromilies?

A ancestry.co.uk family tree member tree also shows James married to Mary Jackson.

Another James Lomax of Bolton was married to Mary Crompton 6-Nov-1759, and had a daughter Alice christened 2-Apr-1775
1761 - 1761 Mary Lomax 23d 23d ~1735 Ann Haslam 1756 Elizabeth Lomax Elizabeth may have married Henry Cooke, 26 Nov 1766 at Deane. 1732 - 1766 Miles Bromiley 34 34 Miles was already widowed when he married Mary Nelson in 1757.  Miles died in 1766.

Another Miles Broiley (bachelor) married Mary Crook 2 July 1786

1757 Catherine Bromiley Catherine may have married Abraham Lonton, a Blacksmith on 25-Jan 1813, but would have been 56 by then. ~1702 John Lomax ~1706 Ellen Cross 1734 Robert Lomax 1737 Rachel Lomax 1748 John Lomax Alice Gerrard ~1735 Abraham Lomax ~1735 Betty Hamer 1761 Mary Lomax 1764 Betty Lomax 1767 Abraham Lomax 1772 Anne Lomax ~1733 Richard Lomax ~1735 Grace Ainsworth 1769 Mary Lomax 1759 Elizabeth Lomax 1774 John Lomax 1763 - ~1763 Ann Lomax 1772 Ann Lomax 1760 Humphrey Lomax 1767 Makepeace Lomax ~1744 - 1812 Smalshaw (Smasho) Lomax 68 68 1742 - 1794 Esther Smith 52 52 1770 Jeffrey Lomax ~1750 John Lomax ~1750 Ann Entwistle Several marriages of John Lomax:
Ann Brook 1-Nov-1777, Bury (too late as Mary born 1774)
Ann Entwistle 29-Sep-1772, Bury
Ann Booth 1-Jan-1767, Bury (seems too early)
Ann Rothwell 20-Feb-1765 (too early)

Therefore most probably is Entwistle, bnut could be wrong.
1774 Mary Lomax 1780 Thomas Lomax 1782 Mary Lomax 1776 William Lomax 1772 Anne Lomax 1779 Alice Lomax 1751 Betty Lomax Seems to be born too late to be daughter of this Ellen.  Also, the IGI index record can no longer be found, but that is a common problem for many records ince FamilySearch updated their website. 1759 Mary Bromiley Mary Bromiley was witness at John Mathers marriage to Elizabeth Kay.  If it's the same person (i.e. John's Great Aunt), she would have been 82 in 1843. 1810 John Green 1780 - 1866 James Flitcroft 86 86 1780 - 1854 Mary Cartwright 74 74 1820 Hannah Flitcroft 1808 Sarah Flitcroft 1814 Thomas Flitcroft 1806 John Flitcroft 1809 - 1830 Mary Ann Flitcroft 21 21 In 1851, Mary Ann Flitcroft also had a civil marriage to Peter Millington.  That was another Mary Ann from Hyde, b.1836 1816 James Flitcroft 1823 Ellen Flitcroft 1818 - 1880 Happy Flitcroft 61 61 This is the only other "Happy" of Bolton, so may be related to Happy Lomax, but no link found.

John Green was from Westhoughton.

In 1852, Happy Flitcroft married John Green at Bolton RO so may have been bacause it was John's second marriage, or more likely Happy was a baptist.  John had a son Noah born 1837.
~1800 James Flitcroft James's father was called Seth.  He had sons John and Seth ~1800 Mary Taylor 1820 Seth Flitcroft 1819 John Flitcroft 1826 John Flitcroft 1829 Joseph Flitcroft 1825 Samuel Flitcroft 1828 Richard Flitcroft 1832 Betty Flitcroft 1836 Elizabeth Flitcroft 1755 James Lomax 1761 Esther Lomax 1716 John Lomax ~1720 Ellen Vickers 1764 James Lomax 1730 James Lomax James and Ann of Sharples (after Elizabeth baptised in Little Bolton). 

Another James and Ann of Tong had Richard 30 Apr 1858, and John 30 May 1773 which must be another family.
1759 - ~1761 James Lomax 2 2 ~1735 - 1759 Hannah Lomax 24 24 James and Ann Haslam is another familiy (from Sharples, Bolton).  This Ann had several children between 1756 and 1776 with another James Lomax,. 1756 Margaret Lomax 1758 - 1758 Alice Lomax 1766 Sarah Lomax 1768 Alice Lomax 1776 Richard Lomax 1733 - 1800 James Lomax 67 67 1733 - 1800 Mary Crompton 67 67 1769 - 1770 Mary Lomax 1 1 1761 - 1770 Peggy Lomax 9 9 Peggy is an alternate (pet) name for Margaret.  This child does not have a Bank Street Baptism record, so may be of another Lomax family.  However, if she is of the same family, then is shows James and Mary were from Breightmet, which is just 1.5 miles East of Bolton. 1764 - 1819 Richard Lomax 55 55 1762 - 1835 Thomas Lomax 73 73 1775 Alice Lomax ~1731 - 1796 Mary Taylor 65 65 Mary was a widower when she married James Lomax in 1760.

Daniel Bromiley of Halliwell was buried at Bolton 7 Jun 1758. Was she married to him?  Well no records for a marriage of childrens christenings.

Her previous marriage was NOT to Miles Bromiley, as his wife Mary was buried Bolton 5 June 1764, nor to John Bromley as his wife Mary was buried Leigh 14 Dec 1756.
Jane or Elizabeth Markland or Wright 1786 - 1786 Elizabeth Lomax 10m 10m ~1729 - 1757 Arthur Bromiley 28 28 Based on Dean marriages; Then possibly Arthur Bromiley (who married Mary Tailor 1749).  There are no other possible Deane marriages of a Bromiley to a Mary.

There is also a burial record for Arthur (of Halliwell) 3 years before Mary remarried in Deane to James Lomax of Bolton, so this is a very good match.
1765 John Lomax Marriage to Margaret Andrews in 1787 is a likely candidate (as aged 22).  John and Esther Entwistle in 1874 by license is too early (although possible DNA 12cM DNA link with Annaleise Nicholls)

Marriage to Jane Watson in 1791 is very possible, as children baptised at Ridgway Gates Wesleyan, which would tie in with sister Happy Lomax's children.

He may have marrried a Betty.  John and Betty Chadwick were married in 1789 and alive in Bolton in 1841, but could easily be another as John Lomax is a common name in these times.  
1770 John Lomax 1772 John Lomax 1774 - 1792 John Lomax 17 17 1751 Ann Bromiley ~1755 - 1799 Arthur Bromiley 44 44 Arthur was a weaver when he married Mary Croshaw.  There's another marriage of Arthur Bromiley to Abigal Fletcher in 1779. 1749 Esther Bromiley ~1755 Mary Croshaw Mary quoted as "she the daughter of Thomas and Ellen Croshow of Kersley" 1779 Thomas Bromiley 1784 - 1861 Samuel Bromiley 77 77 Still at Harwood in 1861, married to Sarah. 1776 Robert Bromiley 1780 James Bromiley 1777 Ruth Bromiley 1786 - 1842 John Bromiley 56 56 1790 Roger Bromiley 1793 Daniel Bromiley 1753 Arthur Bromiley Esther and Ann were born Halliwell, and Arthur (the farther) was of Halliwell when he died, so although this Arthur is born Heaton, its still a good fit as first son named after father, and Heaton is near or part of Halliwell. 1755 - 1814 Abigail Fletcher 59 59 1779 - 1779 Arthur Bromiley 1785 - 1848 John Bromiley 63 63 1787 Daniel Bromiley 1800 - 1822 Nancy Bromiley 22 22 Nancy may have had a son Janes about one year before she died.  James, son of Nancy Mather of G.B. was buried 29 Dec 1822, aged 8 months.

Nancy Mather (1800-1822) was originally thought to be the daugher of Richard Mather and Hannah Knowles. However once it was realised that Nathaniel is also from Harwood and their oldest son, then Nancy is clearly his first wife.

Nathaniel and Nancy had a son John in Nov 1822, but Nancy died during or soon after giving birth.  John died 9 months later.  They are buried together at Bradshaw Chapel.
1753 - 1753 Mary Lomax Mary daughter of James and Hannah Lomax of Breightmet was buried 21 Feb 1753
1770 - 1851 Alice Lomax 81 81 Another Alice Lomax of Bolton, daughter of James Lomax and Mary Crompton was christened 2 Apr 1775.  This other Alice married John Booth on 25 Aug 1790.

Alice was on the Little Bolton poor list in 1811 (but not 1831), living in Green Street. She would have only been 41, so this may be another.

In 1851 she was Head of household, aged 80, proprietor of land at Silverwell St, Great Bolton
1773 - 1846 Arthur Bromiley 73 73 Probably son of Arthur Bromiley and Mary (unconfirmed but likely as both Arthur families lived in Harwood).

In 1841, Arthur and Ellen are still alive (68 & 65) at Harwood with John (35) and Esther (25)
1776 Ellen Entwistle 1810 Samuel Bromiley 1802 James Bromiley 1806 John Bromiley 1816 Esther Bromiley Either a daughter of Arthur or old enough to be John's wife. 1773 Alice Lomax This is another Alice Lomax, daughter of James and Ann.  However, it appears this is a different James, and he didnt remarry Ann (Abbott) 1804 Betty Flitcroft ~1770 James Flitcroft ~1770 Mary Lowe 1802 Thomas Lowe Flitcroft 1792 Margaret Flitcroft 1790 - 1791 Betty Flitcroft 1 1 1762 Jane (Jenny) Lomax 8 Sep 1784, Jane (signed Jeny) Lomax married Richard Orrell 1790 - 1799 Betty Lomax 8 8 Betty was born Jan 1790 (and died in 1799).  It appears her mother Betty Lomax may have died in Childbrith, although Betty died 14 Jan. ~1750 James Lomax 6 Jan 1775, James was a widower when he married Betty Twiss (or Twist) ~1750 - 1823 Betty Twist 73 73 1785 Alice Lomax 1781 Betty Lomax Betty was born at Nab Moor James Lomax Mary Hornby 1783 Thomas Lomax 1775 Betty Lomax ~1725 - 1772 Ruth Brooks 47 47 Who was James's first wife?  Possibly Lydia as James and Lydia had a daughter Elizabeth baptised 12 May 1770. However another wife Betty is more likely.  James and Betty had a daughter Betty in 1764 that died in 1774, aged 9.  Then James and his new wife Betty Twist had a replacement Betty the following year.

A third option is Ruth.  Ruth, W of James Lomax of Harwood was buried June 1772. However the only Ruth is Routh Brooks who married James Lomax in 1745
1787 Esther Lomax Esther was born at Harwood 1764 - 1774 Betty Lomax 10 10 Robert Lomax Mary Kay 1784 Ann Lomax 1785 Ellen Lomax 1750 - 1798 Joseph Lomax 48 48 James and Betty lived at Breightmet Hill (shown on Molly and John's baptism).  Later records only show Breightmet.  They used Ainsworth Chapel, Cockey Moor Presbyterian. 1753 - 1801 Betty Haslam 48 48 1792 - 1799 Joseph Lomax 7 7 1784 - 1854 Jacob Lomax 70 70 There is another Jacob Lomax (son of Jacob) born 6 Dec 1786 at Bury (and died 1851, aged 65). Both were alive aged 55 in 1841, one at Crook St, W Bolton, the other married to Alice with family at Folds Road, Little Bolton.

In 1843, Jacob Lomax, a Manufacturer of full age and a widower of Little Bolton, son of Joseph Lomax a weaver married Mary Holems.

1 Jan 1851, the partnership between Jacob, senior partner in "Jacob Lomax and Sons", quilt manufacturers in Little Bolton and Manchester and his sons Abraham and Isaac expired.

This Jacob died Westhoughton 1854, aged 69 (although the 1851 death is also possible but fits the other Jacob better)
1794 Milly (Amelia) Lomax Amelia Lomax married John Kirkman

In 1861, Amelia lived in Harwood with her son Robert and family
1782 Abraham Lomax 1775 - 1839 John Lomax 64 64 1772 Molly Lomax 1774 - 1774 Hannah Lomax 1780 Hannah Lomax 1786 - 1799 Happy Lomax 13 13 Happy Lomax died Nov 1799, aged 13 so was born about 1786.  There is no baptism for Happy and all we know for sure is she is from Breightmet and probably daughter of Joseph and Betty (all buried together at Breightmet).

Given her name "Happy", she may be the illegitimate daughter of Happy Lomax (1768-1843) who married James Mather a few years later.
1801 - 1873 Jonathan Twist 72 72 In 1841, Jonathan and Ann (both 40) were crofters at Breightmet Fold with Susan (15), Joshua (12), Mary (10), Nancy (7), Peter (5) and Sarah (6 mo)

In 1851, Johnathan and Nancy Twist (50 & 49) were at Spring Row, Breightmet with Susannah (25), Josiah (22), Mary (20), Nancy (17), Peter (14), Sarah (10), Deborah (5) and Adam (10mo)

It appears Jonathan left his wife to live with his daughter and son-in-law.

In 1861, Jonathan (62) was with his Robedrt and Susannah Hennings (noth 34) and Adam (10) and Henry (7)

In 1871, Jonathan (72, Bleacher, unemployed) was with his married daughter Susannah.
1801 - 1877 Ann (Nancy) Lomax 76 76 In 1820, When Ann Lomax married Johnathan, she was from Outwood, baptised by mother and live at Breightmet..

In 1841, Jonathan and Ann (both 40) were crofters at Breightmet Fold with Susan (15), Joshua (12), Mary (10), Nancy (7), Peter (5) and Sarah (6 mo)

In 18i71, Ann was living with her daughter Deborah.
1831 - 1901 Mary Twist 70 70 Mary Twist married Simeon Sandford (1833-1895) and they has a son Daniel (1859-1895).  Daniel is the g-grandfather of Kathryn Goodall whjo has a 8cM DNA match to me, probabvly via the Lomax families of Breightmet (or Little Lever), but could also be an Edmund OGDEN (1832-1895) connection in Radcliffe, who married Mary BOOTH (1834-1913) 1762 - 1850 Joshua Lomax 88 88 In 1841, Joshua (80) was a weaver at Breightmet Height. His daughter Ellen Kirkamn (43) and his grandchildren were near neighbours. 1757 - 1840 Anne (Nancy) Wood 83 83 Commonly known as Nancy for her marriage most baptism records; and also Ann when baptised and in 1797 and 1805 when Robert and Mary were baptised. 1826 Susan (Susannah) Twist Susannah married RObert Hennings. 1829 Joshua Twist 1834 Nancy Twist 1836 Peter Twist 1840 Sarah Twist 1791 - 1863 Richard Lomax 72 72 In 1841, Richard and Isabel (50 & 47) were at Breightmet Fold

In 1851, Richard and Isabel (60 & 59) were at Hobe Cote, Breightmet with Mary (27), Alice (23), James (16) and John (15)
1792 - 1879 Isabel Crompton 87 87 1824 Mary Lomax 1828 Alice Lomax 1834 James Lomax 1836 - 1894 John Lomax 58 58 John and Ruth had a large family 1839 - 1914 Ruth Smethiils Hilton 75 75 1870 - 1959 Betsy Lomax 89 89 1820 - 1909 Catherine Lomax 89 89 1822 Roger Lomax Roger Lomax married Jane 1846 Deborah Twist 1850 Adam Twist Adam was illegitimate (no Mother's maiden name), actually a son of Susannah's.

In 1851, Adam was 10 mo, and "son" of Jonathan and Nancy.

In 1871 Adam, Son of Susannah (Hennings), aged 20 
1826 Robert Hennings 1853 Henry Hennings 1805 Mary Lomax 1797 - 1869 Robert Lomax 72 72 There were three Robert Lomax born ca.1798.  Another born Bolton was a Cotton Manufacturer in 1851 & Weaver in 1861, married to Mary Robinson in 1820 (three daughters at 46 Lum Street in 1861). This Robert died in 1869.  Another was a Joiner, also married to Mary.

In 1836, Robert Lomax has Freehold houses and land at Lomax Fold.

Possibly married Margaret (both 40 in 1841 and Lomax Fold, Harwood)

POSSIBLE MIXUP:  In 1845, Robert Lomax, labourer, widowed, son of James from Outwood married Mary Hardman. "Sister" Ann's banns show she was also from Outwood.
1791 - 1842 Nelly (Ellen) Lomax 51 51 Ellen married John Kirkman and lived at Ainsworth.

In 1841 Ellen (43, wid) had 6 children
1786 - 1815 Susannah Lomax 29 29 1826 Betty Lomax 1829 George Lomax John Lomax Sarah Settle 1788 James Lomax In 1841, James a Joiner and Sarah Lomax (both 50) were at Breightmet Height with Peter (15, a finisher) and Jane (15) 1787 Sarah Tootil 1823 Peter Lomax 1827 Jane Lomax 1765 George Lomax 1762 - 1811 Catherine Crompton 49 49 1786 John Lomax In 1851, John and Sarah (63 & 59) were at Breightmet with Richard (29), Mary (24), Sarah (20), and step-son John (27) and g-dau Jane (7, b.Stockport) 1792 Sarah Bracewell 1822 Richard Lomax 1827 Mary Lomax 1831 Sarah Lomax ~1790 John Kirkman 1823 - 1856 Robert Lomax Kirkman 33 33 In 1851, Robert and Mary kirkman (29 & 26) wewre living in Bolton (no children). 1823 - 1899 Mary Ellen Lawson 76 76 1845 Robert Kirkman Ann Greenhalgh
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