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Re: Challinors in Wales
Posted by: Barbara (ID *****7801) Date: October 26, 2004 at 15:27:40
In Reply to: Re: Challinors in Wales by Diane Bolton of 480


Here in a copy of the entry for you.

1861 Census
Irish Entry, Roper Street, Toxteth Park
Ecc Dist St Pauls
William Chaloner, Head, Mar, 40, Labourer, Chester
Ann Chaloner, Wife, 36, Liverpool
John Chaloner, son, 11, bricklayer's apprentice, Liverpool
Thomas Chaloner, son, 9, Liverpool
Mary Chaloner, daur, 7, Liverpool
William Chaloner, son, 5, Liverpool
Robert Chaloner, son, 8 mo, Liverpool
Elizabeth Chaloner, Mother in law, Widow, 70, Cheshire

Irish Entry probably means the alley way or court

I also have the following christening for Robert Chaloner
Born: 8 December 1860
       Baptised - 10 June 1861
       St Peter, Liverpool
       Robert Challinor, son of WILLIAM and Ann

Let me know if you want anything else. My Challinor family comes from Liverpool (as I do).


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