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201 Baptism: 14 Dec 1829 St Thomas, Aston in Makerfield, Lancashire,Englan d


























































































































































































































































Betty Birchall - Daughter of William Birchall & Jane
Born: 5 Dec 1829
Abode: Ashton
Occupation: Weaver
Notes: 2nd Child and 2nd Daughter
Baptised by: Edmund Sibson Minister of Ashton
Register: Baptisms 1828 - 1844, Page 46, Entry 366
Source: FHL Film 1885658

Baptism: 14 Dec 1829 St Thomas, Aston in Makerfield, Lancashire,Englan d
























































































































































































































































Betty Birchall - Daughter of William Birchall & Jane
Born: 5 Dec 1829
Abode: Ashton
Occupation: Weaver
Notes: 2nd Child and 2nd Daughter
Baptised by: Edmund Sibson Minister of Ashton
Register: Baptisms 1828 - 1844, Page 46, Entry 366
Source: FHL Film 1885658 
BIRCHALL Betty (I2717)
 
202 Baptism: 19 Jun 1831 St Thomas, Aston in Makerfield, Lancashire,Englan d


























































































































































































































































Margaret Birchall - Daughter of William Birchall & Jane
Born: 7 May 1831
Abode: Downall Green in Ashton
Occupation: Publican
Notes: 3 Child and 3 Daughter
Baptised by: Edmund Sibson Minister of Ashton
Register: Baptisms 1828 - 1844, Page 79, Entry 635
Source: FHL Film 1885658


Baptism: 19 Jun 1831 St Thomas, Aston in Makerfield, Lancashire,Englan d
























































































































































































































































Margaret Birchall - Daughter of William Birchall & Jane
Born: 7 May 1831
Abode: Downall Green in Ashton
Occupation: Publican
Notes: 3 Child and 3 Daughter
Baptised by: Edmund Sibson Minister of Ashton
Register: Baptisms 1828 - 1844, Page 79, Entry 635
Source: FHL Film 1885658 
BIRCHALL Margaret (I3007)
 
203 Baptism: 23 Feb 1840 St Thomas, Aston in Makerfield, Lancashire,Englan d


























































































































































































































































Hannah Birchall - Daughter of William Birchall & Jane
Born: 29 Jan 1840
Abode: School Lane in Ashton
Occupation: Nailmaker
Notes: 8 Child 5 Daughter
Baptised by: Edmund Sibson Minister of Ashton
Register: Baptisms 1828 - 1844, Page 302, Entry 2422
Source: FHL Film 1885658

Baptism: 23 Feb 1840 St Thomas, Aston in Makerfield, Lancashire,Englan d
























































































































































































































































Hannah Birchall - Daughter of William Birchall & Jane
Born: 29 Jan 1840
Abode: School Lane in Ashton
Occupation: Nailmaker
Notes: 8 Child 5 Daughter
Baptised by: Edmund Sibson Minister of Ashton
Register: Baptisms 1828 - 1844, Page 302, Entry 2422
Source: FHL Film 1885658 
BIRCHALL Hannah (I2863)
 
204 Baptism: 3 Feb 1833 St Thomas, Aston in Makerfield, Lancashire,England

Richard Birchall - Son of William Birchall & Jane
Born: 1 Jan 1833
Abode: Downall Green in Ashton
Occupation: Victualler
Notes: 4 Child and 1 Son
Baptised by: Edmund Sibson Minister of Ashton
Register: Baptisms 1828 - 1844, Page 118, Entry 952
Source: FHL Film 1885658 
BIRCHALL William (I) (I114)
 
205 Baptism: 4 Jan 1835 St Thomas, Aston in Makerfield, Lancashire,England

Catherine Birchall - Daughter of William Birchall & Jane
Born: 9 Dec 1834
Abode: Downall Green in Ashton
Occupation: Publican
Notes: 5 Child and 4 Daughter
Baptised by: Edmund Sibson Minister of Ashton
Register: Baptisms 1828 - 1844, Page 167, Entry 1338
Source: FHL Film 1885658 
BIRCHALL Catherine (I2730)
 
206 Baptism: 7 Feb 1841 St Thomas, Aston in Makerfield, Lancashire,England

Ellen Birchall - Daughter of William Birchall & Jane
Born: 7 Feb 1841
Abode: School Lane in Ashton
Occupation: Nail Manufacturer
Notes: 9 Child 7 Daughter
Baptised by: Edmund Sibson Minister of Ashton
Register: Baptisms 1828 - 1844, Page 324, Entry 2597
Source: FHL Film 1885658 
BIRCHALL Ellen (I2785)
 
207 Baptisms: 2 Dec 1832 St Thomas, Aston in Makerfield, Lancashire,Engl and
Thomas Downall - Son of Joseph Downall? & Margaret
Born: 6 Nov 1832
Abode: Downall Green in Ashton Occupation: Husbandman
Notes: 1 Child and 1 Son Baptised by: Edmund Sibson Minister ofAs hton
Register: Baptisms 1828 - 1844, Page 113, Entry 911
Source: FHL Film 1885658

1861 CENSUS - 35 Sidmouth Street, Salford
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DOWNALL, Thomas Head MarriedM 29 Railway Porter Ashton, Lancashire
DOWNALL, Louisa L Wife Married F 34 Southport, Lancashire
DOWNALL, Joseph Son M 2 Salford, Lancashire
JERSEY, John Boarder Unmarr M 24 Railway Porter Ashton, Lancashire
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RG number: RG09 Piece: 2912 Folio: 53 Page: 6
Registration District: Salford Sub District: 3 Greengate
Enumeration District: 12 Ecclesiastical Parish: St Stephen
Civil Parish: Salford Municipal Borough: Salford
Address: 35 Sidmouth Street, Salford

1881 Census - 35 Sidmouth Street, Salford (LISTED as DICKENSONdi ttoed from previous)
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DOWNALL, Thomas Head MarriedM 48 Railway Porter Ashton,Lancashire

DOWNALL, Louisa L Wife Married F 51 Southport, Lancashire
DOWNALL, Thomas Son M 15 Salford, Lancashire
(other son Joseph & wife Sarah Whiteley live 2 door away) 
DOWNALL Thomas (I438)
 
208 Baptisms: 12 Feb 1837 St Thomas, Aston in Makerfield, Lancashire,Engla nd
Joseph Downall - Son of Joseph Downall & Margaret
Born: 14 Jan 1837
Abode: Downall Green in AshtonOccupation: Labourer
Notes: 2 Child 2 Son Baptised by: Edmund Sibson Minister of Ashton
Register: Baptisms 1828 - 1844, Page 224, Entry 1800 Source: FHLF ilm 1885658

1881 CENSUS
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Joseph DOWNALL Head M Male 44 Ashton In Makerfield, Lancs Coachman (Dom)
Margaret DOWNALL Wife M Female 39 Kelsell, Cheshire,
Mary DOWNALL Dau U Female 13 Hartford, Cheshire,Servant
Frederick DOWNALL Son U Male 8 Hartford, Cheshire, Scholar
Charles B. DOWNALL Son U Male 6 Hartford, Cheshire, Scholar
Ann DOWNALL Dau U Female 3 Hartford, Cheshire,Scholar
Joseph DOWNALL Son U Male 10 m Hartford, Cheshire,Infant
Ann ROUGHSEDGE Visitor W Female 44 Kelsell, Cheshire,
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Dwelling Chester Road Census Place Hartford, Cheshire, England
Family History Library Film 1341843
Public Records Office Reference RG11 Piece / Folio 3521 / 94Pag e Number 29 
DOWNALL Joseph (I435)
 
209 Barry Scotson
12:00am Thursday 6 October 2011 Leigh Journal
In loving memory of BARRY SCOTSON Died 9th October 2009 They say there is a reason, they say that time will heal, but neither time nor reason, will change the way we feel. We cannot bring the old days back, when we were all together, but memories keep you close to us, and memories last forever. Close in our hearts you will always stay, loved and remembered every day. Love and miss you always, Bernie, Anthony, Lorraine and Michael 
SCOTSON Barry (I2092)
 
210 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I822)
 
211 Bonnie Jean Scotson Bullatt (formerly Gartner, divorced and took back her name of Bullatt in 2012) daughter of Thomas Scotson passed away Family F466
 
212 Boyd's marriage index Source (S133)
 
213 British GRO marriage certificate Source (S461)
 
214 Byrom Hall, the former home of John Byrom is situated in Slag Lane,Low ton, quite near to the western shore of the Pennington Flash, nowa pop ular boating lake near Leigh, Lancashire. Ernest Beswick Scotsonwas th e tenant farmer here from the early 1900s until the mid-1930s.
The large hall accommodated their large family of eleven children.Erne st Beswick has often been blamed for his own personal problems,and for l osing the property through reckless gambling and excessivedrinking, ha ving to be baled out by the savings of his wife’sinheritance from Trav eller’s Rest. On one occasion he went to theIsle of Man for a night wi thout letting anyone know, and was caughtby the police at Liverpool do cks and fined the next day for leavinghis horse and cart unattended ov ernight. However, often forgotten wasthe misfortune that Ernest Beswic k faced, that included irrigationproblems, and farm land around Leigh t hat was very difficult tocultivate, really only being suitable as past ure land. His livestockwas also infected by foot and mouth disease, an d the army tookpossesion of his horses for use in the 1st World War. T he house wasreputed to be haunted, but Ernest Beswick claimed to have s hot itslegs off! 
SCOTSON Ernest Beswick (I2187)
 
215 Call number: Source (S147)
 
216 Career History
Position right half. Height 5ft 11in , weight 12 stone
April 1939 Signed to Sunderland from Ouston Jnrs, App 61 Goals 1
Dec 1950 Signed to Grimsby Town, App 164 Goals 4

Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gasette, 4 April 1939
Under the Searchlight - by Argus
Manager Billy Murray made his first signing for Sunderland last night, and in my opinion he signed a centre half who is just as promising now as Lockie was when he first signed.
He is Reginald Scotson, the the player whom I favourably commented upon after last Wednesday's Northern Mid-Week League game at Roker Park. The Ouston player is beautifully built for the job, standing about 5ft 11in and weighing about 12 stone.
He is in his 19th year - and that is not a "football age." He played for Durham County boys and Gateshead boys in the 1933-34 season and in the Schools' International trial at Salford that year, but he was then an inside wing forward. Scotson will continue his apprenticeship as a motor engineer at Gateshead. Portsmouth, I am told are disappointed they have not got him. 
SCOTSON Reginald (I565)
 
217 CD20 Source (S969)
 
218 Census Abram 1861 Source (S49)
 
219 Census Abram 1901 Source (S189)
 
220 Census Abram 1901 Source (S59)
 
221 Census Accrington 1881 Source (S451)
 
222 Census Ashton in Makerfield 1891 Source (S83)
 
223 Census Ashton-in-Makerfield 1871 Source (S69)
 
224 Census Atherton 1851 Source (S115)
 
225 Census Hindley 1861 Source (S184)
 
226 Census Lowton 1881 Source (S19)
 
227 Christened by G Bärkström, godparents: Anders Paasanen ja Anna Silventoinen RäTY Johan (I1852)
 
228 Christened by G Bärkström, godparents: Anders Paasanen ja Anna Silventoinen RäTY Johan (I1851)
 
229 Cleve had seen service as a driver in the Commandoes with the 8th Armyi n Africa and Italy. He worked with an uncle in his waste papercompany i n Stockport, and subsequently with an offshoot of the ReedPaper Corpor ation. Cleve was a great personality who wasver capableof playing tune s by ear on the piano and the mouth organ. They hadthree sons. HIGHAM John Cleveland (I658)
 
230 Documents Source (S138)
 
231 During the 1st World War she worked in an ammunition factory. She lostm oney in shares at the time of the depression. Her father JamesIsherwoo d was quite hard on her, and on one occasion burnt herclothes ISHERWOOD Lavinia (I907)
 
232 Edith married Frank Westwell, who drove buses for Leigh Corporation until they moved with Leah and Harold to the shops, first at Thingwall,t hen later at Colchester and Amesbury. Frank played the guitar in thest yle of George Formby, and accompanied his own singing. They had onedau ghter Leah. ISHERWOOD Edith (I886)
 
233 Elsie married Ken who was trained as an electrician. He was drafted into the mines as a "Bevan Boy" and went from there to the BBC. As anout side broadcast engineer, he pioneered the radio transmission ofthe Isl e of Man TT races. (His father had been head master of theLaxey Gramma r School on the island). He moved to ABC and was thenappointed Chairma n of BBC Ceefax information systems. Awarded the OBEfor services to te levision. Elsie was involved with the Towns WomensGuild, and was Chair man of the Family Planning Clinic in Jersey. Sheand Ken had four child ren. ISHERWOOD Elsie (I891)
 
234 Evening Despatch (Birmingham), 10 August 1915
POLICE PRESENTATIONS
Superintendant G Monk, on behalf of the "C" Division of the City Police Force, presented Private Alfred Scotson, of the 2nd Battalion Coldstream Guards, with a wristlet watch, on behalf of the Handsworth and Lozella sub-divisions, with a dinner and tea service, and with a smoker's cabinet, pipes, tobacco, and cigarettes from a few friends, and with a bangle for his wife.
Scotson, who was a member of the police force before rejoining the colours in August last year, was married to Wednesday (4 Aug 1915), and this gave his comrades an opportunity of showing the esteem in which he is held by them. Scotson has taken part in the battles of Mons, Marne, Alene, Soissons, Neuve Chapelle, and La Baese. 
SCOTSON Alfred (I594)
 
235 Farmer of 24 acres SCOTSON Charles (I2116)
 
236 Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons and a general practitioner,wor king from his home at Plymouth Grove, Longsight, Manchester. Hewas edu cated at Warrington Grammar School and at Owens College,Manchester. He g raduated MB ChB and gained his Fellowship of theRoyal College of Surge ons on 30 July 1894. - John HectorScotson SCOTSON Frederick Charles (I2209)
 
237 FHL 1469064 Source (S629)
 
238 FOUND DEAD ON RAILWAY
Early yesterday morning, Mrs. Emily Grainger, wife of Arthur Grainger, sub-ganger on the L. and N.E.Railway, residing at Maidendale Cottages, Hurworth Moor, near Darlington, was found dead on the railway near her home. There was an injury at the back of the woman's head.
It is thought that Mrs. Grainger was struck by a passing engine, as she walked down the line side to Dinsdale Station.
Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer 10 March 1925 p.7 column 6 
SCOTSON Emily (I523)
 
239 Frank played the banjo in the style of George Formby, and accompaniedh is own singing. He had a very good voice. WESTWELL Frank (I2761)
 
240 Gertrude Annie died as a result of complications following childbirth. SCOTSON Gertrude Annie (I264)
 
241 Godparents: Johan Räty, Anna Lätti OLLIKAINEN Maria (I1600)
 
242 Godparents: John Räty, Anna Lätti OLLIKAINEN Katri (I1599)
 
243 Godparents: Varpu & Juhana Silvennoinen RAPO Hilja Maria (I1753)
 
244 Harold was too young to be called up during the war, he signed on as ar egular in the army, but did not like it, and was subsequently boughtou t. For some time he played the saxaphone in Arthur's band. He had awid e range of jobs as a green-grocer, a heavy goods vehicle driverand a c ommercial traveller for Charlie Roberts who were wholesalesweets and t obacconists.
He married Ellen, and they have two daughters. Subsequent to hisdeath, E llen married again to Walter Aspinall a friend who she hadknown at sch ool. Bill only lived for another seven months. She is 90years old and r ecovering from major eye surgery, but was verysprightly and cheerful. 
ISHERWOOD Harold (I894)
 
245 Height 5' 4 3/4 inches, pale complexion, Grey eyes, L brown hair, Family F131
 
246 http://www.healeyhero.co.uk/rescue/Collection/ian/Wood%20Pit1.htm ROBERTS William (I7887)
 
247 In the name of God Amen.

This is the last Will and Testament of me Thomas Scotson weaver ofHind ley in the Parish of Wigan and County of Lancaster who being ofSound M ind, Memory and Understanding do make this my last Will andTestament i n manner following. First I give and bequeath my Soul intothe Hands of A lmighty God, trusting in Him for everlasting Salvationthrough Jesus Ch rist and Lord and my body to the Earth to be internedin a decent and C hristian like manner. I then direct that all my justand lawful debts ( if any), together with my funeral Expenses, and theCharges of the Prob ate of this my last Will and Testament be firstpaid and discharged and w ith respect to any Property wherewith ithath pleased God to bless me I G ive and Bequeath the whole and everypart thereof to my executors herei nafter named whom trust that theytruly and faithfully fulfil my Will h erein declared.

I give and bequeath to my son John Scotson a pair of oak looms whichhe n ow weaves upon. Also I give and bequeath to my daughter Margareta pair o f deal looms. Also I give and bequeath to my Daughter Ann apair of oak l ooms those 3 which I call mine. Also I give and bequeathunto my Daught er Jane the sum of two pounds seven shillings andsixpence instead of a p air of looms. I then give and bequeath theResidence or remainder of my p roperty of whatever description orwheresoever living unto my Sons and D aughters, that is to my Son JohnScotson and Thomas Scotson and my said D aughter Mary the Wife ofGeorge Battersby, Margaret the wife of William W ilcock and Jane thewife of Richard Yates and Ann the wife of Thomas Ge rrard to their andtheirs each and respectively to be divided amongst t hem equally shareand share alike. And I hereby nominate Constitute and a ppoint as myExecutor my Sons in law Richard Yates and William Wilcock a nd my SonThomas Scotson as my Hope and Trust as in their reposed that t heywill duly execute the same. And lastly hereby revoking all other Wi llor Wills by me heretofore made I declare this to be my last Will and Testament as writings my hand and seal this twenty fifth day of Januaryi n the year of our Lord One Thousand eight hundred and twenty three.

Thomas Scoton, his mark and seal….

Signed Sealed and Published as and for the last Will and Testaments byt he within named Testator in the presence of us who are witnessesthereu nto:
Henry Battersby, James Scotson

The eight day of October 1824

Thomas Scotson one of the Executors in this Will named was sworn incom mon form, (power being reserved to Richard Yates and WilliamWilcock th e other Executors therein also named, to take upon them theexecution o f the said Will, when they shall lawfully request thesame) and he furt her made both that the personal Estate and Effectsof the Testator with in the Diocese of Chester, were under the Valueof one Hundred Pounds

before me
Edwd Hill Surrogate
The Testator died the 23rd day of May 1824
Probate passed
Dated 8 October 1824 
GERRARD Thomas (I526)
 
248 James Isherwood worked at Sutcliffe Speakmans cotton mill as a factoryl abourer. Also in the spinning mill.
He died circa 1956 as the result of a hit and run traffic accident onP ensby Road, Thingwall late one evening when walking home from thepub. T he driver was never found but thankfully a family friend wasfirst on t he scene and recognised him and called the emergencyservices, but he d ied in hospital shortly afterwards. When he livedin Leigh he used to g o to help in a pub in Twist Lane at night, haddone for years even when G randma was alived apparently, the licenseewas an Alice Isherwood and h is cousin. He was pretty pie-eyed andnoisy on many an evening. The bit o f scandal was that he attemptedsuicide by putting his head in the gas o ven after discovering that hehad a dose of ´´clap" but there was not s ufficient money in the meterand thankfully he of course recovered. 
ISHERWOOD James (I899)
 
249 John Scotson Jones
Bolton Journal and Guardian 2 July 1915
Heroic Deane Soldier

The Rev. Arthur Lamb, of Deane, writes:- Private John S. Jones
, R.M.L.I., late of Windy Hough, Deane Avenue, was killed in action at the Dardanelles on June 7th. He was a bright, genial young fellow, of a frank and winsome disposition. In enlisting at the beginning of the war he was actuated by a high sense of duty. His bright Christian character made him a favourite with all who knew him. He was actively associated with the Deane Congregational Church and Sunday School, being a teacher in the Primary Department. He will be greatly missed and deeply lamented, but his influence and memory will ever be an inspiration to those who knew him. There was in him much of the “stuff of which heroes are made.” He was employed at Messrs. R. Entwistle and Co., Lincoln Mills Warehouse.
John
was the son of John Owen Jones
b.1864, a provision dealer, and Sarah Jones
née Scotson
b.1870.
In 1901 John
was living at Brighton Cottages, Rhyl, Flintshire with his parents and brothers James Hugh
b.1894, Ernest Owen
b.1896, Herbert Scotson
b.1899, Harold Scotson
b.1901.
John's
father and brother Harold Scotson Jones
both died in 1905.
His mother remarried in 1909 to Thomas Edward Johnson
b.1853, a stationer and newsagent.
On the 1911 Census John
was living at 259 Deane Church Lane, Bolton with his mother, step-father and siblings James Hugh
, Harold
and Mary Scotson
b.1903. 
JONES John Scotson (I979)
 
250 John Scotson 44 yrs b. 1837 Death 26 Sep 1881 Wigan, Lancashire
Death Place: Wigan, Lancashire, England
Occupation: Collier
Colliery: Ladies Lane
Owner: Wigan Coal and Iron Co Ltd
Notes: Inquest attended. Deceased was slightly injured by a fall of roof on or about the 12th Aug but continued at his work and did not mention the matter to the officials until the 15th Aug. when he as confined to his bed. He died on. the 26th Sept from inflammation of the bowels induced by the accident above mentioned. 
SCOTSON John (I2323)
 

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