Born in Kingston Upon Hull in 1848, Samuel Ainsworth Perry’s family ‘s origins were in Stockport. He was one of 9 children to John Perry and Mary Ainsworth. Samuel’s family lived in Hull for some time before returning to Cheshire.
Soon after returning to Cheshire , Samuel and wife Annie had children of their own, including Samuel junior. With Samuel juniors parents…Continue
Added by Dan Billington, Ancestry Central on June 28, 2011 at 1:13am — No Comments
Our language is changing almost every day and what means one thing today meant something completely different to our ancestors. Occupations are a great example of that , for example take a look at this list of 10:
Carrier – I always think this conjures up an image of Typhoid Mary when I see it but it is in fact a person who had some sort of transport (normally horse…Continue
Added by Dan Billington, Ancestry Central on June 20, 2011 at 4:22am — No Comments
The more I am involved in family research, the more I love it. My personal research aside , the stories uncovered never cease to amaze me. I mean the fact is , what lay dormant in the archives , is someone’s fascination of the future. Here are three brief examples of just some story lines discovered in my research this…Continue
Added by Dan Billington, Ancestry Central on June 7, 2011 at 6:37am — No Comments
Well how about 3 marriages, 2 agricultural labourers, a widow, a Coal merchant, a cordwainer, 4 siblings living apart, a widower, a nephew, a father in law, a mother in law, cousins, and several scholars ! Not to mention the uninhabited buildings.
A brief family study in a part of…Continue
Added by Dan Billington, Ancestry Central on June 1, 2011 at 11:08am — No Comments