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Old 18-11-12, 13:09
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Default James Andrew or Andrews MFF

Name - "official" name and what they were known as
James Andrew or Andrews

Date and place of birth
24 Aug 1853 - Oldham, Lancs
Overens Court, Side of Moor, Oldham


Names of parents
James Andrew or Andrews & wife Ann Bolton

Date and place of baptism - if applicable
2nd October 1853 - Oldham

Details of each of his or her marriages - if any
1895 to Annie Norman/Bresland? according to 1911 census - but nothing found- think Annie was still married to someone else

Occupation(s) - if any
1871 - Fitter
1881 - Clogger
1891 - Iron Turner
1901 - Clogger

Military service - if any
none

Addresses where they lived - and please list which censuses you have or haven't found him/her on.
Birth & 1861 Census - Overens Court, Side of Moor Oldham - with parents
1871 Census - 17 Durham St, Oldham - single with parents
1881 Census - 18 Cambridge St, Oldham -single with parents
1891 Census - I Acre St, Chadderton - single with widowed father
1901 Census - 34 Ashworth St, Burnley - with wife Annie & baby son James Norman Andrews.

1911 Census - wife at 30a Garden Lane, Salford but no sign of James - wife Annie says married not widowed


Date, place and cause of death
Not found - On wife? Annie's death certificate in 1915 says widow of James Andrews, a clogger.

Date and place of burial / cremation.
nk

Details of will / administration of their estate - if applicable
nk

Memorial inscription - if any
nk
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Old 27-02-22, 14:01
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Have just found the death of James Andrew so he didn't die before his wife? in 1915 as stated on her death certificate or before his son James married in 1921 as stated on his marriage certificate.

It is the right one as his niece registered the death.

26 December 1927 at 449 Rochdale Rd, Oldham (workhouse?)

of 11 Beever Street, Oldham (workhouse or lodging house?) occupation Clogger journeyman.
Registered by Sarah Ann Smith nee Andrew(s), niece, (daughter of his brother Robert and married to Leonard Lever Smith).

I think I have found him in the 1921 census at Blackburn Workhouse aged 66 years 10 months - born Oldham retired shoemaker, Employer - Leeds? but place of work Blackburn.

I still haven't found him in the 1911 census.
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