Looking for connections To Thomas Brayshaw, (b)June 1810 in Halifax Yorkshire. Died 1882 at Brownbill Street Salford. (m) Emma Crow About 1837/38. She died 6 August 1845 in Grayrigg Hall Grayrigg Kendal. CHILDREN
Edwin (b)13 March 1838 at Lee Bridge Halifax.
David (b) December 1840 in Huddersfield.
At a Cencus taken in 1851 Thomas was living at 9 Garret Street Ancoats Manchester.Living with him at that time washis sons Edwin aged 13 and David aged 10.Thomas was a widower. had still not remarried.
Later remarried a Ellen Crow in Manchester, and they had two more children,
Walter Brayshaw (b) 8 Sept 1854 in Mary Ellen Street Manchester.
Sarah Jane Brayshaw (b) 12 Oct 1856 in Bridge Street Newton Manchester.
My great grandfather David Brayshaw first came to Droylsden in the late eighteen seventies.He lived at 58 Ashton New Road,and later moved to 176 Market Street where he traded as a Lamp Oil Dealer.He died at that address 2nd January 1898. His wife Ann Brayshaw formerly Spencer nee Coleshill carried on the business till she died 14 March 1904.Both are buried in Weast Cemetery. Strong links with the weast area of Salford.
Edward James Spencer.(b) 1862 step son. Mother formerly Spencer nee Coleshill.
Thomas Edward Brayshaw.(b) 13 May 1866,at West Thomson Street
Salford.(m) Clara Clough.
David Coleshill Brayshaw.(b) 10th May 1871 at Weast Salford. (m) Alice Goodacre 20th August 1896 at Worksop Nottingham.
Strong links with Salford Manchester.
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