find lost family

Started by: houghy1 (43) 

does anybody use ancestry is it ok or rubbish and how much is it

Started: 15th Jul 2020 at 16:35

Posted by: winnie (1319) 

i use it you can pay monthly ,i pay £19.99 per month

Replied: 15th Jul 2020 at 18:14

Posted by: winnie (1319) 

i will look anything up for you if you like

Replied: 15th Jul 2020 at 18:15

Posted by: houghy1 (43) 

winnie could you do that just want a bit of info about my grandad and his family

Replied: 16th Jul 2020 at 11:15

Posted by: winnie (1319) 

yes no problem post some details

Replied: 16th Jul 2020 at 11:50

Posted by: berylh (2028)

What I like about Ancestry is being able to make contact with others searching same families. Through this I have made contact with family in other parts of the uk plus, Canada, America and New Zealand. Also to share info both ways with others sharing distant links. Sometimes when I have got stuck I will leave the search for a while and in due course other data is added to the site.

Replied: 16th Jul 2020 at 12:17

Posted by: houghy1 (43) 

grandads name was john price hough of 59 hemfield rd ince his wife was sarah langton of 119 manchester rd ince they were married 31 jan 1906 his second marriage i think, have photo with 7 kids on but i think 3 of them are from his first marriage still trying to figure things out hope you can help thanks alan have to go now get back to you tomorrow

Replied: 16th Jul 2020 at 13:18

Posted by: winnie (1319) 

John Price hough
BIRTH 29 Sep 1874 Mostyn, Flintshire, Wales

DEATH 04 May 1955 Ince in Makerfield, Lancashire, England Spouse Mary Elizabeth Williams (1873-1903)
Margaret Jane (1896-1976)
Annie Louise (1899-1922)
John Harold (1900-1984)
Mary Elizabeth (1903-1976)
Spouse Sarah langton (1873-1924)
Married 1906
Herbert (1906-1982)
Edwin Price (1908-1991)
Thomas Langton (1913-1991)

Replied: 16th Jul 2020 at 15:51

Posted by: JAMB (45)

Alan, You can get Ancestry free at all Wigan libraries, but of course this may change when they open again fully, ? Your grandfather was born John Pryce Hough ,29 Sept 1874 Mostyn Whitford Hollywell Flintshire,the son of John Hough and Jane nee Bithell, he married Mary Elizabeth Williams in Prescott Lancs in 1895, she died 1903 in Flintshire, his second wife Sarah died 1924 114 Manchester Rd Ince and is buried in Lower Ince Cemetery Grave No. B433 Ground C of E, John Pryce Hough lived at 4 Keble St. Ince in 1939 ,he died here in May 1955, and is buried in Westwood Cemetery Grave No.D118 Ground Diss.

Replied: 16th Jul 2020 at 18:25

Posted by: thaknows (462)

Ancestry regularly does a free weekend on some bank holidays, i use it then, get registered to take advantage of this, if you like it you can pay for it, i think its ok but i am too tight to pay, maybe they will do a freebie on august bank holiday.

Replied: 16th Jul 2020 at 18:36

Posted by: berylh (2028)

For me paying for it is worth it as I often take on searches for friends, so I have the freedom with timing

Replied: 16th Jul 2020 at 22:16

Posted by: houghy1 (43) 

thanks to you all that is fantastic what you have found out i will go to wigan libraries when they open again to find out more thanks again alan

Replied: 17th Jul 2020 at 11:21

Posted by: mygriffiths (1176)

I suspect that Sarah's father Thomas Langton was the youngest of the 7 brothers of my 2x great grandmother Eleanor Langton.Unfortunately I can only find his marriage to an Ann Ascroft not Ellen

Replied: 18th Jul 2020 at 20:21

Posted by: FAT MICK (inactive)

What good will it do looking back, its the future you all should be looking forward to.
That is as long as you dont think that youv had any rich relatives.

Replied: 19th Jul 2020 at 06:25

Posted by: houghy1 (43) 

mygriffiths thanks for that bit of information not look into sarah`s side of family yet have got that to do and my great grandads john hough still to do and all their children thinking of joining ancestry not made my mind up yet

Replied: 19th Jul 2020 at 10:55

Posted by: Ranger (16)

We use Family Search. We find it just as good as Ancestry and it is FREE.

Replied: 19th Jul 2020 at 16:57


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