Elizabeth & thomas Balmer Johnson

Started by: soreen (84)

Married in Wigan 1848, Dad James Taylor, a painter. & John Johnson.
Any info.please on census after they married, did they have children etc.Where did they live?

Started: 25th Nov 2020 at 18:50

Posted by: gaffer (7044) 

To follow.

Replied: 26th Nov 2020 at 10:16
Last edited by gaffer: 26th Nov 2020 at 10:17:55

Posted by: JAMB (72)

They don't appear to have any any children together but Elizabeth had a son Andrew born circa 1837
1851 Census
27 Adelaide St.
Thomas Johnson Head age 25 born Golborne Labourer
Elizabeth Johnson Wife age 33 born Wigan
Andrew Taylor Step Son age 14 born Wigan

1861 Census
47 Caroline St.
Thomas Johnson Head age 34 born Golborne Gas Fitter
Betty Johnson Wife age 42 born Wigan

1871 Census
29 Chapel St.
Thomas B Johnson Head age 44 born Golborne Gas fitter at works
Eliza Johnson Wife age 53 born Wigan Cotton Reeler
On the 1881 , 1891 ; 1901 Elizabeth appears to be listed as Bamber or Balmer widow living at 2 Ellen St. she died in 1904 and was buried 9 Nov. Wigan Cemetery
Andrew married Ester Turner 1856 at St. Thomas Wigan he gave his fathers name as Thomas Keen (deceased)?
Not found any death of Thomas Balmer Johnson?

Replied: 26th Nov 2020 at 14:41

Posted by: mygriffiths (1205)

This is probabaly Thomas
Baptism: 13 Jul 1826 St Luke, Lowton, Lancashire, England
Thomas Balmer - [Child] of Sarah Balmer
Born: 4 Jul
Abode: Golborne
Occupation: Weaver
Baptised by: Jno. Pennington, Curate
Register: Baptisms 1813 - 1834, Page 134, Entry 1066
Source: Original Parish Register

Marriage: 26 Feb 1827 St Oswald, Winwick, Lancashire, England
John Johnson - (X), this Parish
Sarah Balmer - (X), this Parish
Witness: Thos. Walker; Wm. Leatherbarrow
Married by Banns by: Tho. Hinde Curate
Register: Marriages 1813 - 1834, Page 373, Entry 1118
Source: LDS Film 1885709
He could be the Thomas Bamber buried in 1877 of Chapel Street

Replied: 26th Nov 2020 at 18:20
Last edited by mygriffiths: 26th Nov 2020 at 18:28:04

Posted by: JAMB (72)

I am sure mygriffiths is right about Thomas Bamber burial

Replied: 26th Nov 2020 at 19:12


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