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Baldwin's of Upholland

Started by: baldwin (50) 

Has anyone got any memorabelia to do with my Ancestors the Baldwin Families of Upholland that you would like to share? They were farmers from 1841 to 1901 according to the census's in Hall Bridge Farm and Winstanley Wood Farm, Upholland.
Thanx for reading
Bernard

Started: 28th Nov 2006 at 16:05
Last edited by baldwin: 13th Dec 2006 at 11:31:27

Posted by: deano (802)

theres a farm in standish that has been owned and run by the baldwins for as long as i can remember its behind the 3cats house on almond brook road/and another one on coppel moor onthe corrner as you turn of preston road to go to dave barons hope this will help you baldwin [:0]

Replied: 1st Dec 2006 at 08:44

Posted by: baldwin (50) 

Thanx for that Deano, I will check it out soon.
Cheers..........Baldwin

Replied: 12th Dec 2006 at 13:47

Posted by: bentlegs (4807)

Baldwin, A family of Baldwins came to live on a farm at Leyland green farm in the 1940s i was at school with Bill the eldest son, the youngest son has a farm at Landgate his name is Ritchard,

Replied: 12th Dec 2006 at 18:54

Posted by: tonker (25248) 

Richard died years ago. Richards son, Stuart, runs it now, so it's still Baldwins.

Replied: 12th Dec 2006 at 19:09

Posted by: baldwin (50) 

Thanx for that Bentlegs n Tonker, I wll check it out. I am interested in Hall Bridge Farm, Dingle Rd and Winstanley Wood Farm, Mill Ln, both in Upholland and both run by the Baldwin Families.

Replied: 13th Dec 2006 at 11:02

Posted by: baldwin (50) 

I have had a reply that Hall Bridge Farm building is still there and is up for sale, so I will be on my bike soon. Thanx

Replied: 13th Dec 2006 at 16:27

Posted by: baldwin (50) 

I have had a reply that Hall Bridge Farm building is still there and is up for sale, so I will be on my bike soon. Thanx

Replied: 13th Dec 2006 at 16:28

Posted by: bentlegs (4807)

You learn somthing every day Tonker, i didn't Ritchard was dead,

Replied: 13th Dec 2006 at 19:11

Posted by: reddi8 (1107)

The Baldwins from the Cat i`th Window farm and the son at Coppull all live up Lancaster way.

Replied: 13th Dec 2006 at 21:32

Posted by: baldwin (50) 

Thanx to 'samster' I have just visited Hallbrook Farmhouse and got a load of pictures. I also found Daniel 1798 Baldwins gravestone at St Thomas the Martyr.
Couldnt find Winstanley Wood Farm though

Replied: 14th Dec 2006 at 15:26

 

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