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Santan (Parish) Isle of Man
One of 17 parishes on the Isle of Man.

THE parish of Santon (St. Ann) lies between Port Soderick and the Santon Burn, and extends inland for about 3½ miles. The area is about seven to eight square miles.

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red mail Beck/Bailey/Kelley Isle of Man (IOM, Island, British Isles)
Margaret BECK widow living in Douglas IofM on 1861 census born Ireland could have died between 1861 and 1871, John BECK single born 1837 Ireland living with his mother in Douglas on 1861 census, Thomas BAILEY born 1852 Douglas IofM grandson to Margaret BECK on 1861 census, James KELLEY also grandson to Margaret BECK on 1861 census born Douglas 1858. Another BECK christian name could be Matilda, born 1837 Ireland listed as married on 1861 census and daughter to Margaret BECK. On the 1871 cesus John BECK born 1837 Ireland he is now married to Margaret ? born 1841 IofM they have two children John BECK born 1870 Douglas, Mary BECK born 1870 Douglas. On the 1881 census John and Margaret BECK are still alive John Jnr his name is on census but no other details he would be 17 by now and could have left home. Mary BECK b1870 has a sister Jane BECK b 1873 and another brother called Charles BECK b 1876 after this i have no idea what happened to the two boys, the two girls ended up in Preston Lancs one of them is my Gr Grandmother and one of them had a daughter in Preston which is my grandmother Edith Gertrude BECK on her birth cert no father is given, any help i would be very grateful of.
red mail looking for 3rd great grandfather robinson Isle of Man (IOM, Island, British Isles)
My 2nd great grandfather is HENRY ROBINSON b1809 Isle of Man - d1886 Lancashire. He married in 1832 at Braddan, Douglas, Isle of Man - CATHERINE CURPHEY b1813 Isle of Man - 1882 Lancashire. I have proof that his uncle was JOHN ROBINSON b1763 Liverpool, Lanc. - d 1839 Douglas, Isle of Man, who married JANE CANNELL b1778 Douglas - d 1854 Braddan, Isle of Man. Uncle John's father may have been NATHANIEL ROBINSON of Liverpool? I have unable to find my Henry's father and would welcome any ideas ! To complicate the search - Henry has a cousin, Henry b 1808 IOM , whose father was Uncle John. Gail
red mail Cain Douglas
Looking for information on who opened the first chip shop in Douglas from information I have been given I believe this was in the mid 1800s if anyone could give me any ideas how to find out this information in more detail I would be very grateful thank you as I have been told they were my great grandparents.
Griffiths & Dee Braddan
Looking for info from offspring of Mary Elizabeth GRIFFITHS married Walter DEE. Mary was the daughter of my great grandparents, Thomas Henry Griffiths, and Jane nee DAVIES, both from Shropshire, England. Mary and Walter bought up my father, Alexander Henry Griffiths after his mother died in 1938. His father Edward Henry Griffiths was Mary's little brother. Edward known as Harry died in New Zealand on 26 Dec 1958. I am hoping Mary and Walters family can help me with the names of Mary's parents families from Shropshire....Also very interested on info regarding the Jane Griffiths died 1931 and buried in Malew cemetery. Marys parents were Thomas Henry GRIFFITHS and Jane, nee DAVIES, both born in Shropshire 1860's.
red mail Tait Douglas
I am researching my family history and would like to find out more about my great great grandparents, Andrew and Sarah Ann McIntosh TAIT (nee CRUICKSHANK) living in Douglas, Isle of Man. My great grandfather, James McIntosh Tait was born in Douglas in 1847.
red mail Moore Douglas
Looking to find anything on Catherine Moore, born about 1836 around Douglas. In 1841, she was living with her parents Thomas Henry Moore and Catherine Unknown in Onchan, Isle of Man. She married John Jones 10th Sept 1860 at St Simon, Liverpool. The last record that I can find was as a widow on the 1881 census, in Holyhead, Wales aged about 45.
red mail Cowley/Skillicorn Douglas
John Joseph Cowley (1868-1938) died at Mount Havelock, Douglas. His mother, Eleanor, had a Grocer's shop at 1, Back Strand St. until her death in 1895. Any info. on this family would be most welcome. John Joseph married Catherine E. Skillicorn (dau. of William); again any info on this family appreciated.
red mail Douglas, Isle of Man Isle of Man (IOM, Island, British Isles)
William Hugh Moore c. 5/7/1866 and Catherine Elizabeth Corlett. b. 8/12/1867 My husband's grandparents. Catherine Corlett;s father Thomas b. 1833 and wife Catherine Joan
red mail Graham tree research Malew (Parish)
Any information on the family names of MYLCHREEST/CLAGUE/GRAHAM would be appreciated. Thank you , Shirley
red mail Victoria Road, Douglas Douglas
Is there still a house called The Willows on Victoria Road, Douglas? I have looked on Streetview and can't find it, although there is still a post code for it. We used to stay there when I was a child and I'd like to find it again when I visit the Isle of Man. I think it was near where the old holiday camp was and not far from the Falcon Cliff Hotel.

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