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Old 11-04-18, 18:51
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Hi , that's the problem , I looked for a marriage for William hale hopefully finding whom he married . I looked on the parish records of Ormskirk , trying to cross ref the name etc .. I just wanted to be sure that I am following the right person in Esther chamberlane . Wouldn't want to get it wrong also I m still trying to trace Williams tree , don't know if he was born in the area or not ? Have you any idea ? Thanks
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Kate, here is a post of yours from another thread:

http://www.genealogistsforum.co.uk/F...97&postcount=5

The Robinsons are with Esther on either 1851 or 1861 (forgotten now!)
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Here is the image of the James Robinson / Jane Hale marriage on ancestry:

https://www.ancestry.co.uk/interacti...nSearchResults

11 Nov 1850. Jane's residence Rose Hill, father William Hale, weaver. Witnesses Samuel Hale and Mary Hale.

William Hale was a weaver on the 1841 census, so it all fits.

D'oh - of course it is the right family, since James and Jane are with Esther on the 1851 census!!!
(edit - thanks, Merry, I know all that now!)
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So, Esther Chamberlain was baptised 21 Oct 1798 at Ormskirk, daughter of Thomas and Jane of Scarisbrick. There are also Edward 15 Mar 1801, and John 9 Jun 1805, sons of Thomas and Jane Chamberlain, but abode is Ormskirk on those two, which might explain why Esther's birthplace is Ormskirk on the censuses, if her family moved there when she was very young.

Thomas Chamberlain married Jane Bailey 22 Aug 1798 at Ormskirk.
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Yes scarisbrick is part of ormskirk and is a rural area . Rural area not too far away so that would fit . Can we now find the parents of William Hale was he also born in Ormskirk or surrounding areas it would be interesting to find that out .thanks for all your help
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All we have about William Hale's birthplace is from the 1841 census, which is just "Yes" for born in Lancashire. I assume his death is the one which was registered Jul-Sep 1849 Ormskirk, age 54. Which would mean he was born about 1795.

There are a few William Hale baptisms in Lancashire around 1795, but not sure which one is him.
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Hi , thanks I'll see which one seems to fit around the date in the area . If not look further afield . Thanks
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Hi , Kiterunner , when you said the residence of Jane Hale dips Rose hill in 1850 . IS it in the district of Ormskirk or does it not say ? Thanks
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I don't know what you mean about "dips"? But as they got married at St Nicholas, Liverpool, Rose Hill should be in that parish. My Liverpool A-Z shows Rose Hill in central Liverpool, close to St Anne Street and just north of John Moores University. Close to Lime Street railway station.
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It doesn't say, but normally at least one party to the marriage would have to give an address in the parish the church represented, so in this case both bride and groom say Rose Hill for their address, so Rose Hill should be in the parish of St Nicholas in Liverpool.

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Thanks I will look up on maps to see if there is a place named rose hill .
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