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From: "Fred Moore" <>
Subject: [MOORE-CHESHIRE-UK] The falling wall
Date: Thu, 30 Oct 2003 19:07:57 -0000
Here is a bit more info for you, the burials of which I transcribed from the headstone which is a seven foot rectangular pillar with the names inscribed on the four faces, and which is in the Methodist Churchyard, Church Road Saughall Chester.the other info I have got from several census'.
Joseph Pemberton & Mary Moore farmer/butcher/cattle dealer Huntington/ Upton grange
Born Aldersey Bapt. 06.07.1841 Coddington
Marr. Mary Piercy born C1841 Liverpool
Died Jos.P. 19.02.1898 age 56 Mary 14.10.1923 age 82
Parents Jos.P.& Mary 1802 George Piercy
George Piercy C1868 Dd 18.11.1875 age 4yrs & 8 mons
Joseph Pemberton C1870 Dd 27.11.1877 age 7 yrs
Sarah Ellen C1875 Dd 15.06.1951 age 76 yrs
Agnes C1873 Dd 22.11.1876 age 3yrs & 6 mons
Alfred C1877 marr. Sarah Warburton 09.07.1903 Frodsham licence
Mary Ellen C1879 marr Fred Hinde 18.07.1898 Chester St.Oswald
Elizabeth C 1882 Dd 26.10.1956 age 75 yrs
Amelia C 1883
Charles & Edward Dd 22.01.1872 age 2 days
Robert Dd 14.08.1884 infant
I suppose the only reason the whole family was buried at Saughall was that the Church that they worshipped at did not have a burial ground, this was a common fact.
William & Mary Moore Butcher Egerton St. Chester
Born Aldersey Bapt. 29.07.1832
Marr.Mary Hinde 15.04.1857 Chester St. John licence
Dd. William Mary
Parents Joseph P.& Mary Moore 1802
Mary Jane C 1858 not on 91 census
William 29.05.1859 Chester St.John butcher on 91 census
Ann ? 15.04. 1862 " " not on 91 census
Joseph P. C1864 Drapers assistant on 91 census.
This will tie up a few loose ends but start a few more.
You need to collaborate with John he too comes from the Coddington Moore's
It is a great shame that the Non Conformist registers are so few and hard to come by.
All for now keep on searching.
Regards Fred Chester
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