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twinney family

Posted: 1359143929000
Classification: Query
Surnames: twinney
my g grandad was chlorus twinney his wife harriet i am unable to find their marriage as yet . possible married wellington shropshire about 1862 .their son william major chanside twinney died blackburn .i am also unable to find harriets maiden name can anyone help.

Re: twinney family

Posted: 1359147285000
Classification: Query
I can;t see a marriage either,but can give you the birth reg. for William Major C Twinney their son it will have Harriets 'maiden' name.I can't find a death record for Chlorus either.

Wellington 6a 754 Sep.Qtr 1882



Re: twinney family

Posted: 1359193389000
Classification: Query
There is a death reg. for a Chlorus Twinney in Bala Merionethshire in 1904 age given as BTW 60-70 years? so know one knew him that well.



Re: twinney family

Posted: 1359247419000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1359248247000
There are some abysmal spelling errors in Ancestry's transcriptions with this family. Also it's not helped by Ancestry mixing up "Wellington, Shropshire" and "Wellington, Somerset"!!!

A possible timeline, as I see it:

The Twinneys originate from Hinton, Wiltshire, England

1840 Qtr 1: Chlorus Twinney, born Llanfoist, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales

1841 census: not found

1851 census: "Chloras Swinney" at Llafoist, Monmouthshire, Wales. His father George is a widower.

1852 Qtr 4: George Twinney married Ellen Pitman in Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales

1861 census: Chlorus at Harewood, Herefordshire, England
1861 census: George and family have returned to Hinton, Wiltshire, England (about 1854/55)

1871 census: Chlorus not found - George and family still in Hinton

1881 census: Chlorus married and living at Wellington, Shropshire, England
1881 census: George and family have moved to Roath, Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales

1891 census: "Charles" Twinney at Bala, Merionethshire, Wales
1891 census: Harriet and children still in Wellington

1892: George Twinney, died in Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales

1901 census: Possibly "Carncms J Swiney" living at Holt, Denbighshire, Wales??
1901 census: Harriet "Turner" still in Wellington

1904 Qtr 3: Chlorus Twinney, died in Bala, Merionethshire, Wales

- Chlorus' wife Harriet was from Astley, Shawbury, Shropshire, England so perhaps a marriage at Shrewsbury or Atcham Registration District rather than Wellington? I can't see one though, and I suspect there isn't one.

I can't see any trace of son Edwin G Twinney (apart from 1881 census). Strange???
Their son Chlorus Ethelbert Twinney was born in Birkenhead, Cheshire, England in 1871, so they may have been living on the Wirral at the time of the 1871 census. Again, I can't see them?

Re: twinney family

Posted: 1359306236000
Classification: Query
In 1871 census Chlorus Twinney , wife Harriett & son Edward are living at Linen Hall Street, Trinity,Chester

Piece: 3730
Folio: 14
Page: 21
Registration District: Chester
Civil Parish: Trinity
Municipal Borough: Chester
Address: Linen Hall Street, Trinity, Chester
County: Cheshire
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