Elijah Loxham Longworth married Mary Elizabeth Derbyshire in 1909 at St. Peter’s Church in Chorley and then moved to Canada, without her.
I found this fantastic postcard amongst my grandmother’s photo albums. My great grandfather, Arthur Bird Griffin is on the left behind the big guy in the front.
When Edward Visheau was born on April 19, 1891, his father, Ezeph Visheau (1861-1931), a shoemaker, and his mother, Caroline (née Harvey) (1862-?), were 29. Edward married Olivia Louise Hubble on April 8, 1910 in Hamilton, Ontario. Edward’s occupation on the marriage registration is “Teamster.” The marriage was witnessed by
Updated January 16, 2020 to include potential info about a second bigamist marriage. This is one of the more complicated branches of my family tree, with a separation and possibly not a divorce prior to remarriage, a tragic death, and another remarriage (to someone who was already a widower) and
Robert Longworth married Margaret Alice Morris on June 7, 1884, at St. James’ Church in Chorley, Lancashire. They had nine children.