BOAT FAMILIES

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1 - 2017 Updates
1 - 2017 Updates
Jan-Sept 2017 updates 
 
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2 - Update History 2016
2 - Update History 2016
 
 
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3 - Update History 2015
3 - Update History 2015
 
 
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4 - Update History 2014
4 - Update History 2014
 
 
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5 - Update History 2013
5 - Update History 2013
 
 
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6 - Update History 2012 and earlier
6 - Update History 2012 and earlier
 
 
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Baptisms at St John the Baptist, Burscough and Lathom Park Chapel, 1832‐1858
Baptisms at St John the Baptist, Burscough and Lathom Park Chapel, 1832‐1858
A guide for online researchers by Keith Jenkins (November 2013)  
 
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Fatal Fight at Shevington
Fatal Fight at Shevington
Verdict of manslaughter
From the Preston Chronicle & Lancashire Advertiser, July 18 1857  
 
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Mr. Abram far right. Boat family from Burscough.
Mr. Abram far right. Boat family from Burscough.
Dave Middlehurst of Chorley (d.middlehurst@btinternet.com), who is researching music and musicians in Lancashire between 1870-1920, sent this photograph.

He says it came from a boat family from Burscough named Abram and shows four men on their boat - one in a top hat playing a fiddle (left) and "Mr Abram" on the right. He hopes that someone may be able to help find out more about the boat and the music.  
 
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William Miller Crook - Divorce Report
William Miller Crook - Divorce Report
A report on the divorce case of William Miller Crook