Ancestors of Dave Eastham Thomas HALL


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picture Thomas HALL

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Dec 1847 - Chorley, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom
    Christening: Dec 10, 1847 - Chorley, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom
          Death: Nov 10, 1913 - Aspall, Aspall, Suffolk, England, Great Britain
         Burial: 
 Cause of Death: 
           AFN : 
                 

Events
Namesake
Tom
Occupation in Carpenter In Coal Mine,Later Wagon Inspector


Parents
         Father: Edward HALL (1816-1897) 2
         Mother: Margaret HEALD (1817-      ) 2

Spouses and Children
1. *Margaret ROBINSON (1848 - Feb 21, 1909) 3 
       Marriage: Feb 22, 1868 - Chorley, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom
       Children:
                1. Daniel HALL (1868-1927) 4
                2. Robert William HALL (1872-      ) 2
                3. Elizabeth Jane HALL (1873-      ) 2
                4. Margaret Ellen HALL (1875-      ) 5
                5. Alice HALL (Abt 1876-Abt 1953) 2
                6. Eliza HALL (Abt 1878-      ) 2
                7. Sarah Ann HALL (1881-1961) 6
                8. Edward HALL (Abt 1882-      ) 2
                9. Mary HALL (Abt 1889-      ) 2
                10. Annie HALL (Abt 1890-      ) 2

Notes
General:
ASPULL is a township having an area of 1879 acres, and comprises the villages and hamlets of Aspull, Aspull moor, Dicconson mill, and Pennington-green. Aspull Moor, as its name implies, was formerly an open common, but its limits are gradually being reduced by coal pits and buildings. The Wigan Coal and Iron Co. are the principal coal owners and have extensive workshops at New Springs. Messrs. William Woods and Son have also cannel pits in the township. Branch lines of railway to the various collieries from the main lines intersect the township.
Lord Kingsdown built a church at Pennington Green in 1859. A neat iron church has also been erected at New Springs, in the midst of an increasing population, and the Roman Catholics, Wesleyans, and Independents also have places of worship in the township.
The population in 1861, 4290; in 1871, 6390; and in 1881, 8111.

1871 & 81, living at 5 Rimmer Bridge, off Belle Green Lane, Upper Ince.
1891-91 living at 19 Liverpool St, Aspull, Westhoughton, Bolton.
1901 living at 17 Liverpool St, Aspull.
Buried in Churchayrd of Aspull Parish Church, St Elizabeth of Hungary at Pennington Green.
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Sources


1 Sheila Crawley, Surety: 3. .... Source Of Data
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2 Sheila Crawley, Surety: 3.

3 Sheila Crawley, Surety: 3. .... Source Of Data
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4 Sheila Crawley, Surety: 3. .... Source Of Data
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5 Sheila Crawley, Surety: 3. .... Source Of Data
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6 Sheila Crawley, Surety: 3. .... Source Of Data
@NS18571@, Surety: 3.


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