Ancestors of CHARLES ALLAN Isaacs

Notes


32. LEWIS LUCAS (Israel Eliyakum) Isaacs

Note. I unlinked Moses Isaacs (RIN2464)
He was inserted to fill in the gap between the parents marriage and their first child.
JL's marriage cert of 1837 says Lewis was a "Broker"
We should be looking for someone born earlier than say 21 years before JL's birth ie 1790 and later than say 45 years before this ie 1766
In 1841 he certified his father was dead and his mother Catharine Pike was living in London.
His wife perhaps between 50 and 65 or in 1851 60 to 75 living in Aldgate (see above)
Because Elijah was born in London either his grandmother on his father's or mother's side or his grandfather on his mother's side might have been very ill in 1848?
The Benjamins died in 1857 and 1970 leaving the probability that it was Lewis that died in 1848.

Various possibles:
Not the following, too young
Lewis Isaacs, wholesale clothes warehouse, 6 White St, Cutler Street, Houndsditch
pos entries in Pigots London Street Directory
Lewis Isaacs, wholesale clothes warehouse, 6 White St, Cutler Street, Houndsditch
wholesale clothes dealer, PO 1849: too late
VOJ 10.10.1845 Treasurer of Orphan Charity , white street houndsditch ?: too late
JC 3.3.1848 Donor to City of London Mechanics Mutual Inst Soc ?: too late
This Lewis was born 1805 Tower Hamlets, married to Eve with children 1829 to 1848 in 1851 census so not him
Also 1841 lists this Lewis as age 35 at 6 white street, so not him


3 Churchway, New Road Pigot 1839, clothes salesman; possible

1829 post office london dir lists lewis isaacs as watch-maker 23 Houndsditch; unlikely trade
1841 this Lewis b 1781, age 60 makes him the right age but as the correct Lewis is noted as "broker" on JLs marriage cert a watchmaker does not fit. Wife is Eeanor aged 49 and several children.
Inscription: Lewis Isaacs who departed this life the 11 of September AM 5611 [=1850] aged [4]6 years; not him, too late
Will...of Lewis Isaacs, Watch Manufacturer of No 23 Hounds Ditch , City of London 29 November 1850 PROB 11/2122 ; too late
Inscription: Sarah Eliza Isaacs widow of Lewis Isaacs late of .. Ho[uns]ditch .... From the Hebrew inscription: ... Wife of Yehuda bar HH Moshe zl died .. Adar buried .. 5618 [=1858]; no
http://www.cemeteryscribes.com/getperson.php?personID=I1019&tree=Cemeteries

Furniture dealer (1861) Brompton Jewish Cemetery ; too late
Inscription: Lewis ISAACS of 3 Gt Queens Street Lincolns Inn who departed this life Apr 22 1878 5638 aged 70; too late From the Hebrew inscription: Yehuda bar Dov died Mon 19 Nisan 5638 ; too late

Lewis Isaacs b 1827, London m Sarah, 1871 census...Leyton Road, West Ham, Stratford; born too late

L Isaacs 1811 london dir jeweller 12 holywell st strand; wrong trade

did Lewis die in 1848 when Elijah was born in London? No he died before 1841
bmd has Lewis Isaacs d Jan 1848 Whitechapel; wrong one


Werner Hart Family Tree (Owner: e4nattie66 <http://www.ancestry.co.uk/community/member/profile.aspx?cba=e4nattie66>)
gives Deborah Cohen 1823 Middlesex as 4th child??
Pyke family tree gives Deborah Isaacs 1823-1881; why?
Also Moses Isaacs 1810-1881; possible

removed "lewis senior1841" from Portsmouth too late


33. CAROLINE or Catherine Pyke

is this catherine pyke married 19 aug 1807?

GSM 110/44 1807 [19 Aug ISAACS Lewis Lucas Isaac PYKE Caroline Keila Lezer Shnek, Privd. Memb

There's a Katherine Isaacs in Chatham General Dealer with an 8 year old lad Barnet(t) Nathan
In 1851 this lad is working in Manchester as a clerk in a large drapers shop 25 Pall mall

Best matches are Catherine Isaacs;
1851 visiting Joseph Pyke in Chatham
1861 lodging at 135 Wentworth Street, Whitechapel


34. ASHER Benjamin

1790 is the earliest record for Asher Benjamin. This is the duty on the apprenticeship indenture paid by Asher's father to Abram Goldsmith (2 pages, second showing sums paid). This would have been up to a year after the start of the apprenticeship.
Assume for a tailor the age at start was 12 and it took 7 years.
This would make Asher's birth date 1790-12=1778. 7th Sept 1790 was the date of commencement of the apprenticeship, which would be close to his 12th birthday..
1803 Living in Fishers Alley off Petticoat Lane. This is the address of his tailors shop.

1841 Tailor, Howard Place, Birmingham

Name: Benjamin, Asher
Record Type: Deaths
Quarter: December
Year: 1857
District: Birmingham (1837-1924)
County: Warwickshire Volume: 6d

Name: Asher Benjamin
Date: 12th December 1857
Where: 50 Dale End, Birmingham (reg sub-dist - St Peter)
Age: 79
Occupation: Tailor
Cause: Chronic bronchitis
Informant: Joseph Solomons, present at the death

This event looks better than the other Asher Benjamin cert with a closer age match to census returns.

marriage of elizabeth, john benjamin plus john lewis isaacs

This is most likely the wrong Asher Benjamin.
Gazette Issue 16806 published on the 13 November 1813

TTTHereas the acting Commissioners in the Commission
T F of Bankrupt awarded and issued forth against
Benjamin Benjamin and Asher Benjamin, late of Brydges-
Street, Covent-Garden, in the County of Middlesex, Licensed
Dealers in Wine, Hotel-Keepers, Copartners, Dealers and
Chapmen, have certified to the Right Honourable John
Lord Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain,
that the said Benjamin Benjamin and Asher Benjamin have
in all things conformed themselves according to the directions
of the several Acts of Parliament made concerning
Bankrupts ; This is to give notice, that, by virtue of an Act
passed in the Fifth Year of His late Majesty's Reign, and also
of an Act passed in the Forty-ninth Year of His present
Majesty's Reign, their Certificate will be allowed and confirmed
as the said Acts direct, unless cause be shewn t»
the contrary on or before the 4th day of December next.


The Adolescent Apprentice in European History
Aug 1, 2001 - © Rachelle Hughes
From the Middle Ages to the 1700s, the son of an artisan or craftsperson often left his home and family to join another household as an apprentice. It was an interesting familial situation as a son, and less frequently a daughter, left their hearth as young as ten years old to begin training for a craft. Even if the father was a master craftsman himself he very rarely apprenticed his own children. Very few craft enterprises were handed down from father to son. In fact, it was more common for a son-in-law or the master's widow's second husband to inherit an enterprise. The artisan guilds encouraged children of master artisans to acquire their training away from home. The initiation of a child as an apprentice into a guild was a binding contract between parents and the future master. The parent paid a stipend and stood surety for the child, while the master provided lodging, food and guardianship for the apprentice. "From the moment that the trainee was admitted into the guild, he belonged to his master's household and had to submit unconditionally to its discipline. The master stood in loco parentis to the young pupil. . ." (Mitterauer, Sauder 105). Apprentices were not allowed to leave the house without the permission of the master. While this absolute authority could occasionally lead to very strict labor or discipline violations, the master was bound by his association with the guild. He was expected to behave in an honorable manner towards his apprentices and to provide a stable household for his young pupils. In many ways the master-apprentice relationship was semi-paternal.
Children were entered into apprenticeships anywhere between ten years old and 18 years. Three years was the normal duration for an apprenticeship but could be anywhere from one to six years depending on the trade. This early age of entry into training for a trade reflects the attitude that adolescents were often caught between the two worlds of adolescence and adulthood.
In many ways this farming out of children at early ages to learn a trade may seem odd to our modern day sensibilities. Yet for centuries, the guilds of Europe maintained strict control over the quality of work as well as the economic stability of their societies. For the artisan son, there was really no other alternative. Without proper training for his craft, he had no future economic earning power or standing among his class. These parents who sent their children from home chose the best course for that child. The child continued to live in a supervised situation and in some cases, a very familial situation with his master. While their work days were definitely longer than our modern day 8 hour schools, and probably more rigorous, these adolescents were usually prepared to participate in the economic and artistic success of their society in a time that was very different from ours.


1710 to 1804 the master of the apprentice had to pay stamp duty at 6d in the pound (under £50) on his premium which included living costs. This was paid within a year after the end of the apprenticeship. This didn't apply to pauper children. It was the rule that a child taking an apprenticeship lived with his master's family and not at home, even if the father was himself in the same trade. The father was never a son's master.


35. LYDA (Benjamin)

moved from b'ham to london between 1851 and 1861
death listed as Lydia

Name: Lydia Benjamin
Age: 95
Date of death: 8th November 1870
Place of death: 19 Nottingham Place, Mile End Old Town
Occupation: Widow of Asher Benjamin, tailor Cause of death: Senile decay
Informant: Michael Nathan, 167 Cannon Street Road, St George's East

The address for Michael Nathan is the same as on the 1871 census, and the only anomalies are the ages which are about 4 years older than on census returns.

Burial
LYDIA BENJAMIN 09/11/1870 MiscGraves 56 17, West Ham


36. BENJAMIN Smith

brewer
Parish Records Collection - baptism
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Day: 3

Month: Aug

Year: 1800

Forenames: Benjamin

Surname: Smith

Fathers Forenames: Thomas

Fathers occupation: Clothier

Mothers Forenames: Elizabeth

Birth Day: 16

Birth Month: Jun

Birth Year: 1800

Chapelry:

Place: Batley

Description: All Saints

County: Yorkshire West Riding

Country: England

Address: Churwell


37. CHARLOTTE Butterworth

1861 looks OK with baptism records supporting children and village of Waterloo in both 1851 and 1861
Charlottes birth given as Huddersfield
Address: Waterloo, Ashton Under Lyne; living with married son Edward with wife Louisa plus her son Benjamin S Smith


38. PETER Lanagan

from Elizabeth's marriage cert he was a sailor named Peter
Spelling is Lenmagen in 1841 but occupation is OK as Sailor
NOT THE FOLLOWING AS DAUGHTER ELIZABETH BORN 1845
Parish Records Collection - marriage
Day: 13
Month: Aug
Year: 1826
Groom Forenames:Peter
Groom Surname: Langan
Groom's Parish: Liverpool
Groom's Occupation:Mariner
Bride Forenames:Mary
Bride Surname:Dawson
Bride's Parish:Liverpool
Bride's Condition:Spinster
By Licence:Licence
Place: Liverpool
Description:St Peter, Church St
County: Lancashire
Country: England


40. JOSEPH Cooke

sponsor at g sons baptism


48. JAMES Murray

1851 Scottish Census
Name: James Murray Age: 50 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1801 Relationship: Head Gender: Male Where born: Wishawtown, Lanark Parish Number: 628 Civil parish: Cambusnethan Town: Wishawtown County: Lanarkshire Address: Beltonfoot Occupation: Hand Loom Cotton Weaver ED: 3


may be born 31/8/1801 cambusnethan??

1841 at H Patrick Street, Hamilton, name spelled as Murry, HLW
1851 Beltonfoot, Cambusnethan, Wishawtown Lanarks, age 50 Hand Loom Cotton Weaver no wife present
original info from Roy
1861 James Murry, b Cambusnethan, living at Wishaw 1 Beltonfort St Labourer aged 60


d 1870 at Cambusnethan aged 71

Database: 1841 Scotland Census June 14, 2006
10:04 PM

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Name Estimated Birth Year Birthplace Civil Parish County Parish Number
Alexr Murry abt 1835 Hamilton Lanarkshire 647
Ann Murry abt 1828 Hamilton Lanarkshire 647
Charlotte Murry abt 1831 Hamilton Lanarkshire 647
Daniel Murry abt 1826 Hamilton Lanarkshire 647
James Murry abt 1801 Lanarkshire, Scotland Hamilton Lanarkshire 647
Janet Murry abt 1806 Lanarkshire, Scotland Hamilton Lanarkshire 647
Janet Murry abt 1837 Hamilton Lanarkshire 647
John Murry abt 1833 Hamilton Lanarkshire 647
Margaret Murry abt 1840 Hamilton Lanarkshire 647


49. JANET Fleeming

FS has various spellings: Fleeming, Fleming & Fleaming
1841 at H Patrick Street, Hamilton

Database: 1841 Scotland Census June 14, 2006
10:04 PM

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View Record Name Estimated Birth Year Birthplace Civil Parish County Parish Number

View Record Alexr Murry abt 1835 Hamilton Lanarkshire 647
View Record Ann Murry abt 1828 Hamilton Lanarkshire 647
View Record Charlotte Murry abt 1831 Hamilton Lanarkshire 647
View Record Daniel Murry abt 1826 Hamilton Lanarkshire 647
View Record James Murry abt 1801 Lanarkshire, Scotland Hamilton Lanarkshire 647
View Record Janet Murry abt 1806 Lanarkshire, Scotland Hamilton Lanarkshire 647
View Record Janet Murry abt 1837 Hamilton Lanarkshire 647
View Record John Murry abt 1833 Hamilton Lanarkshire 647
View Record Margaret Murry abt 1840 Hamilton Lanarkshire 647


50. James Lambie

IGI family search ref 93474, film 447888 , 456999
another pos is "Gland" Lammie in 1851 census??
Database: 1841 Scotland Census June 14, 2006
9:29 PM

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Name Estimated Birth Year Birthplace Civil Parish County Parish Number

Alexander Lammie abt 1821 Lanarkshire, Scotland Glassford Lanarkshire 645
James Lammie abt 1827 Lanarkshire, Scotland Glassford Lanarkshire 645
Janet Lammie abt 1821 Lanarkshire, Scotland Glassford Lanarkshire 645
John Lammie abt 1838 Lanarkshire, Scotland Glassford Lanarkshire 645
John Lammie abt 1829 Lanarkshire, Scotland Glassford Lanarkshire 645
Margaret Lammie abt 1826 Lanarkshire, Scotland Glassford Lanarkshire 645
Marrion Lammie abt 1828 Lanarkshire, Scotland Glassford Lanarkshire 645

Civil parish: Hamilton County: Lanarkshire Address: White Ways Occupation: Ag Lab P Parish Number: 647 ED: 6A

1841 ag lab with no other lammies aged 48, at White Ways, Hamilton


51. Janet Hamilton

IGI family search FILM 456999

Database: 1841 Scotland Census June 14, 2006
9:29 PM

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Name Estimated Birth Year Birthplace Civil Parish County Parish Number

Alexander Lammie abt 1821 Lanarkshire, Scotland Glassford Lanarkshire 645
James Lammie abt 1827 Lanarkshire, Scotland Glassford Lanarkshire 645
Janet Lammie abt 1821 Lanarkshire, Scotland Glassford Lanarkshire 645
John Lammie abt 1838 Lanarkshire, Scotland Glassford Lanarkshire 645
John Lammie abt 1829 Lanarkshire, Scotland Glassford Lanarkshire 645
Margaret Lammie abt 1826 Lanarkshire, Scotland Glassford Lanarkshire 645
Marrion Lammie abt 1828 Lanarkshire, Scotland Glassford Lanarkshire 645

nothing found in 1841


52. JOHN Forrest

Name: John Forrest Gender: Male Baptism/Christening Date: 06 May 1775 Baptism/Christening Place: , CARLUKE, LANARK, SCOTLAND Birth Date: 22 Apr 1775 Birthplace: Death Date: Name Note: Race: Father's Name: Robert Forrest Father's Birthplace: Father's Age: Mother's Name: Elisabeth Davidson Mother's Birthplace: Mother's Age: Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C11629-2 System Origin: Scotland-VR Source Film Number: 1042969 Reference Number: 2:15JVG8N


1841, farmer, hillhead, carluke

Database: 1841 Scotland Census June 15, 2006
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Name Estimated Birth Year Birthplace Civil Parish County Parish Number
Janet Forrest abt 1777 Lanarkshire, Scotland Carluke Lanarkshire 629
Janet Forrest abt 1821 Lanarkshire, Scotland Carluke Lanarkshire 629
John Forrest abt 1778 Lanarkshire, Scotland Carluke Lanarkshire 629
William Forrest abt 1819 Lanarkshire, Scotland Carluke Lanarkshire 629
Christian McFarling abt 1823 Lanarkshire, Scotland Carluke Lanarkshire 629
William McQueen abt 1826 Lanarkshire, Scotland Carluke Lanarkshire 629
Janet Summers abt 1834 Lanarkshire, Scotland Carluke Lanarkshire 629
George Thorp abt 1830 Lanarkshire, Scotland Carluke Lanarkshire 629

not listed in 1861

is he the merchant in carluke d 1843?


53. MARY(Janet) Muir

Database: 1841 Scotland Census June 15, 2006
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Name Estimated Birth Year Birthplace Civil Parish County Parish Number
Janet Forrest abt 1777 Lanarkshire, Scotland Carluke Lanarkshire 629
Janet Forrest abt 1821 Lanarkshire, Scotland Carluke Lanarkshire 629
John Forrest abt 1778 Lanarkshire, Scotland Carluke Lanarkshire 629
William Forrest abt 1819 Lanarkshire, Scotland Carluke Lanarkshire 629
Christian McFarling abt 1823 Lanarkshire, Scotland Carluke Lanarkshire 629
William McQueen abt 1826 Lanarkshire, Scotland Carluke Lanarkshire 629
Janet Summers abt 1834 Lanarkshire, Scotland Carluke Lanarkshire 629
George Thorp abt 1830 Lanarkshire, Scotland Carluke Lanarkshire 629

1851 age 70 living with son in law George Craford (m to Grace Forrest) Crawford??Annuitant


78 in 1861
also a john forrest m mary muir?


54. JOHN Train

IGI


55. JEAN Hume

IGI


56. JOHN Mercer

p011451, igi parents james and mary
westby is near to woodplumpton, birthplace of Julia
7 john mercers died between 1841 and 1851


57. JULIA Gregson

Woodplumpton is 3miles NW of the centre of Preston
igi says julian
1851 search tricky as county is missing, giving Woodplumpton, Fredcounter
not on 1861 census so probably d 1858, would have been 83


58. JOHN Holden

doubt this is correct
also Holding
may be wrong parents... almost certainly as a tree uis on ancestry showing different children for this pair
http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/person.aspx?pid=-1839583947&tid=2468733


60. JAMES Rigby

pos in igi as 21 april 1783 wigan

pos kids
charlotte 1819 lancs
edward 1823 wheelton
hugh 1829 wheelton
john 1820 wheelton


61. ELIZABETH Gaskell

1841 with f in law and sister in law ?


62. GEORGE Brownbill

XX 657 bmd, Prescot first quarter
st helens connect
Ellens father was John Brownbill. Mother Elizabeth -maiden name unknown.


63. ELIZABETH Howard

Is this "Hell Bess"?

1841 Browebelt
1851 Brownhill
1861 beerseller at Hell Best
1851 beerseller at Hillock Street
1841 at Peasley Cross Lane, age 50 rounded down to nearest 5.
possible at 18 Brook Streete, Windle
possible deat aged 88 1878

Dwelling Location First Name Last Name Age Last Birthday District RG Ref Folio Page
Peasley Cross Lane 1758 Elizabeth Brownbill 50 Sutton 517-04 25 9
Peasley Cross Lane 1758 Ellen Brownbill 20 Sutton 517-04 25 9
Peasley Cross Lane 1758 Daniel Brownbill 16 Sutton 517-04 25 9
Peasley Cross Lane 1758 James Brownbill 15 Sutton 517-04 25 9
Groves Colliery 1889 Henry Brownbill 45 Sutton 517-05 6 4
Groves Colliery 1889 Mary Brownbill 45 Sutton 517-05 6 4
Groves Colliery 1889 Joseph Brownbill 25 Sutton 517-05 6 4
Groves Colliery 1889 John Brownbill 15 Sutton 517-05 6 4
Groves Colliery 1889 Mary Brownbill 15 Sutton 517-05 6 4
Groves Colliery 1889 Thomas Brownbill 12 Sutton 517-05 6 4
Groves Colliery 1889 James Brownbill 9 Sutton 517-05 6 4
Engine Brow 1915 William Brownbill 40 Sutton 517-05 9 9
Engine Brow 1915 Margaret Brownbill 37 Sutton 517-05 9 9
Engine Brow 1915 Henry Brownbill 15 Sutton 517-05 9 9
Engine Brow 1915 John Brownbill 13 Sutton 517-05 9 9
Engine Brow 1915 Ellen Brownbill 12 Sutton 517-05 9 9
Engine Brow 1915 James Brownbill 2 Sutton 517-05 9 9
Engine Brow 1915 George Brownbill 5 Sutton 517-05 9 9
Engine Brow 1915 William Brownbill 8 Sutton 517-05 9 9
Ravenhead Plate Glass Works 1978 Joseph Brownbill 37 Sutton 517-05 16 23
Ravenhead Plate Glass Works 1978 Jane Brownbill 34 Sutton 517-05 16 23
Ravenhead Plate Glass Works 1978 Edward Brownbill 10 Sutton 517-05 16 23
Ravenhead Plate Glass Works 1978 Henry Brownbill 8 Sutton 517-05 16 23
Ravenhead Plate Glass Works 1978 Alice Brownbill 6 Sutton 517-05 16 23
Ravenhead Plate Glass Works 1978 Mary Brownbill 1 Sutton 517-05 16 23
Ravenhead Plate Glass Works 1989 Thomas Brownbill 55 Sutton 517-05 17 25
Ravenhead Plate Glass Works 1989 Ann Brownbill 55 Sutton 517-05 17 25
Ravenhead Plate Glass Works 1989 Elizabeth Brownbill 20 Sutton 517-05 17 25
With the ages if they were under 16 their actual ages were given otherwise the age was rounded down to the nearest 5 years ie 22 as 20, 27 as 25 etc. I’d guess your Elizabeth was the one on Peasley Cross Lane and my Henry in Groves Colliery.
The 1851 census
This time the ages are actual
Parish District Folio Schd. Street Nos Street FirstName LastName Age
Sutton 2195 162b 4 Factory Row Ann Brownbill 70
Sutton 2195 164a 14 Factory Row Edward Brownbill 19
Sutton 2195 164a 14 Factory Row Henry Brownbill 17
Sutton 2195 164a 14 Factory Row Jane Brownbill 44
Sutton 2195 164a 14 Factory Row Joseph Brownbill 47
Sutton 2195 164b 14 Factory Row Alice Brownbill 15
Sutton 2195 164b 14 Factory Row James Brownbill 9
Sutton 2195 164b 14 Factory Row Mary Brownbill 11
Sutton 2195 184b 150 The Groves Henry Brownbill 59
Sutton 2195 184b 150 The Groves James Brownbill 18
Sutton 2195 184b 150 The Groves Jane Brownbill 24
Sutton 2195 184b 150 The Groves Joseph Brownbill 38
Sutton 2195 184b 150 The Groves Mary Brownbill 58
Sutton 2195 184b 150 The Groves Thomas Brownbill 21
Sutton 2195 202b 273 Jockey's Houses John Brownbill 29
Sutton 2195 203a 273 Jockey's Houses Eliza Brownbill 29
Sutton 2195 203a 273 Jockey's Houses Elizabeth Brownbill 8 mo
Sutton 2195 203a 273 Jockey's Houses Mary A Brownbill 5
Sutton 2195 203a 273 Jockey's Houses William Brownbill 2
Sutton 2195 203a 274 Jockey's Houses Ellen Brownbill 20
Sutton 2195 203a 274 Jockey's Houses Henry Brownbill 8
Sutton 2195 203a 274 Jockey's Houses John Brownbill 1
Sutton 2195 203a 274 Jockey's Houses Margaret Brownbill 50
Sutton 2195 203a 274 Jockey's Houses Peter Brownbill 22
Sutton 2195 203a 274 Jockey's Houses William Brownbill 15
Sutton 2195 203a 274 Jockey's Houses William Brownbill 56
Sutton 2195 208b 284 Elbess Brow James Brownbill 26
Eccleston 2195 28b 161 72 Westfield Street Daniel Brownbill 28
Eccleston 2194 469a 64 Yew Tree Place Thomas Brownbill 22
Windle 2195 513b 2 7 Bridgewater Street Edward Brownbill 84
Eccleston 2194 524a 42 Gillars Green Ann Brownbill 51
Windle 2195 735a 159 City Ellen Brownbill 22
Windle 2195 735a 159 City James Brownbill 23
Windle 2195 735a 159 City Richard Brownbill 9M
Windle 2195 737a 172 City James Brownbill 52
Windle 2195 737a 172 City Margaret Brownbill 12
Windle 2195 737a 174 City John Brownbill 6M