Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

In Touch

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

In Touch

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I AM compiling my family tree and need information regarding my late husband's father's side of the family.

My husband's name was David Ian Stewart; he was born in Stockport in 1945 to William Charles and Nellie Stewart.

I know my father-in-law had two sisters, Nellie and Lily, who lived in Chorlton.

Lily was married to Henry and they had a son, Ian, who would be in his late 50s or early 60s now.

Nellie had a daughter, Marjorie, and a granddaughter, Elaine.

I know that the Stewart family was originally from Glasgow and any information be be most helpful.

Also, I would like to know what happened to two of my husband's workmates from Craven Brothers in Reddish.

They are George Bond and Frank Murray and they came to our wedding in March 1965. Carole Stewart, Stockport, 0161 4314882 I AM trying to trace my greatuncle's family in Middleton. Thomas Ingham (born around 1860) married Martha Ann Hobson in November 1886. They had three children: Amos (born 1888), Emma (1890) and Ann (1892).

The family lived on Manchester Old Road in Middleton and then Kay Street.

Thomas died in November 1912. Ann Heaton was Martha's mother.

Bernadette Skipper (nee Ingham) Heywood, 01706 623473, I HAVE been researching my family history. I have found that some distant cousins live in the Macclesfield area and I would like to make contact if possible.

I am looking for descendants of Edwin Ridal, who was born in Sheffield in 1880. He married to Mabel Winter.

Their son Philip was born in 1921, and he married Edith Thorpe. Philip had two daughters who live in the Macclesfield area.

My grandfather was a cousin to Edwin.

Margaret O'Keeffe, Birmingham, I AM looking for help to locate two ladies who I last saw around 1960.

Denise Platt (nee Brownsell) lived on Oxton Avenue, Benchill. Her siblings were Joe, Billy, Ann and David.

Phylis Dewhurst (nee Bradshaw) lived in Belstone Avenue, Newall Green.

I would love to catch up with them.

David Murphy, Western Australia, THREE years ago, we opened a remembrance garden in memory of colleagues who died while working here at Manchester City Council's street scene services depot. …

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