Ches16 - descendants of James Hooley who was born at Adlington c1781
This family tree traces the descendants of the above person to the 1901 census. The main occupation of male members was coal mining which was still practised in the 20th century. The family lived in Norbury near Stockport for most of the period researched although David, a great grandson and a miner finished up in Radcliffe.
Lennart Damm, a Swedish contact who is researching his Cheshire ancestors, has sent a copy of the 1809 marriage entry for James Hooley and Jane Fitton.
Two sources of recently published information have been searched for members of this family. The Cheshire Electoral Registers 1842-1900 (1,448 Hulley entries) are now on Find my Past and the Cheshire Tithe Apportionments 1814-1850 (200 Hulley entries) are shown on the Cheshire Archives and Local Studies website. The following persons from this FT are listed on one or both of the above lists; full details are shown in their Notes:
James Hooley b1781; James Hooley born 1823; James Hooley b1857; and William Hooley b1866.
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