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« Reply #4 on: April 04, 2002, 02:03:18 PM »
Hi Netty,
Thanks for your reply.
Please look on your web page e-mail I have left a reply for you.
I think that we do have a connection !!!!!

I lookforward to your reply.
Regards,
Geoff.

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« Reply #3 on: April 02, 2002, 05:40:06 PM »
Geoff,

hope you'll read this at some stage.   Came accross the following site today:
https://www.cheshire.gov.uk/recoff/eshop/wills/home.htm

A basic search for WAINE's in Marple brought up 4 wills, 2 of which look like they could be of interest to you.

WAINE, John of MARPLE,  PROVISION DEALER  1876
WAINE, George of  MARPLE,  PUBLICAN  1874
WAINE, Robert of  MARPLE,  WEAVER  1815
WAINE, Edward of  MARPLE, ROSE HILL  GENTLEMAN  1838

Hope this is helpfull to you.

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« Reply #2 on: March 26, 2002, 01:34:20 PM »
Geoff

not able to reply to you in person as you're unregistered and no email address available for you via your posting  '<img'>

I believe my 4xggrandfather was named John WAINE although I've yet to discover the name of his wife.  

MY John WAINE was born c1813 and was living in Brick Row, Marple in 1881.  He was already widowed at this time and living with his unmarried daughter Elizabeth WAINE born c1854
Staying with him on census night was his grandson George ASHTON born c1873.
I believe George's mother was Alice ASHTON (nee WAINE?)c1847. who was living a few doors away with her husband and the rest of the family on census night.

Ring any bells? Would be very interested to hear from you.

Regards
Netty

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WAINE 1847+-
« Reply #1 on: March 21, 2002, 01:00:24 PM »
Hi Marple,

I am looking for any relative of John Waine who married Hannah Hall of (I think) Canal Buildings.
George and Hannah had George Waine in 1847 at Canal Buildings.
John was a Block Cutter in 1847. When George married  Lucy Gooch at St Martins he was a shop keeper c1876.

Can anyone help me confirm that all the Waine families living in Marple 1881 were / are sons and daughters of John and Hannah.
What type of shop did John have around 1876?
What is a Block Cutter? (Is it a person who cut stone for building the canals?)
Was Brabins Hall (the home of Anne Hudson in 1881) ever used as a hotel?

This address was given as the residence for George Waine and Lucy Gooch on there Marriage in 1876.
As George was a Railway Clerk in 1876 I do not think he would be working at the Hall but who knows!

I hope some kind sole can answer some or all the above questions.
Kind Regards,
Geoff.