Unattached Manchester TreeTop,

Name
Unattached Manchester TreeTop
Birth of a son
#1
Thomas Clowes
about 1700
Note: Estimate. Appeared in Manchester, but can't find an obvious Birth record. Looks as though he may have come from the Nantwich, Cheshire area.
Birth of a son
#2
Samuel Clowes
about 1728
Note: Estimate - could be older.
Marriage of a childThomas ClowesMargaret NeildView this family
May 28, 1730
Note:

England, Select Marriages, 1538–1973

Name: Thomas Clowes Gender: Male Marriage Date: 28 May 1730 Marriage Place: Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, England Spouse: Margaret Neild

Marriage of a childSamuel ClowesElizabeth PerkinView this family
March 5, 1753
Note
Note:

The set of unattached trees originating in Manchester, Lancashire, England .... we can't get any closer than that.

We have high hopes that one day it will find its rightful place in our main tree.

The trees here represent the start of the dangling lines and, as the saying goes, all the bits are here - just not necessarily in the right order.

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Family with parents
father
brother
himself
Unattached Manchester TreeTop + … …
himself
son
Burial Register
17001807
Birth: about 1700England
Death: about 1807Manchester, Lancashire, England
29 years
son
Burial Register
17281795
Birth: about 1728England
Death: about 1795Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
Note

The set of unattached trees originating in Manchester, Lancashire, England .... we can't get any closer than that.

We have high hopes that one day it will find its rightful place in our main tree.

The trees here represent the start of the dangling lines and, as the saying goes, all the bits are here - just not necessarily in the right order.

About

So, here we are in the Close Ancestry Trees. In places it's no more than a thicket of brambles, which is unfortunate, but probably not unexpected.

What you see here has taken thousands of hours of painstaking research to put together. So, if you've found the site of use to your research, please send us a donation.

www.closeancestry.com/making-donations/

You can see more at the main site at www.closeancestry.com

Thanks for looking.