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    • Subject: Extremely long shot Date: Fri, 25 Feb 2000 22:52:20 +0000 From: Angela Nicholson To: joldham@indy.net

      Dear Jan, This is such a long shot but strange things happen in Genealogy.

      I am finding lots of my family of Oldhams in Wellesbourne, Warwickshire, England. but am totally stuck as I know that my mother had a cousin 'Bill' Oldham in the US Navy, Mum is 83 and she has had a stroke - can't tell me anything - but can nod or shake her head and is passionately interested in my research.

      I also know that there was an Uncle Val Oldham (possibly Bills father) - his sister, Doll, died in Potterspury, Northampton, England 2 years ago - she was almost 100. I think I remember speaking to her and she had an American accent so may have been born there.

      I said it was a long shot but I don't know how to go about looking for their records - or, if he is still alive, Bill himself.

      I have tried to find out who went to America, and when - and I have joined a couple of Name lists to try to get some info.

      I realise fully that this may be far to long a shot - but is there any hope???

      Thanks,

      Angela Nicholson


      Author: ejsull1 Surnames: Classification: queries

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      I haven't checked this site in a long while but we may have some mutual an cestors. John Allinson Oldham (1861-1918) married Selena Roscoe (1861-193 4) in 1881. His parents Henry Oldham (b.1841Eng.) and Sarah Allinson (b.18 43Stockport,Eng.d.1900Hazel Grove, Eng.)) are also my great, great grandpa rents. John and Selena's children included Edith(1883-1971)never marrie d, Elizabeth (1887-1972)never married, John H(1890-1892), Herbert(marri ed Margaret Morley), Roscoe("family living in Riverside,RI"). This info fi rst came to me from an elderly Florence Harrison Dyson (dgtr of Annie Ol dham and Samuel Harrison) before she died in her 90's. It was easier to fo llow the trail once I had the names.
      John Allinson Oldham's siblings include Annie(b1867)married Samuel Har rison, Sarah Jane married William Knight,Henry (b1891)married Susanna. .. ?) and Samuel(my ancestor) (1862-1911)married Hannah Marsden.

      Sarah Allinson and Henry Oldham were married 9-18-1859 in Denton, Lancash ire, England. Maybe you already have all this info, but I thought I'd send it anyway. T rish

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      Henry Oldham(b1841in Heaton Norris, Stockport, Eng) and Sarah Ann Allinson (b1843) married 18Sept1859 St Lawrence, Denton, Lancashire, England. Th ey both died in England.

      Children:Annie(m.Samuel Harrison), Sarah Jane (m.Wm Knight), John A. (Seli na Roscoe), William(drowned around 18 yrs of age),Samuel (m.Hannah Marsden ), and Henry(b9/1871)m.approx 1896 Susanna ?/ (b4/1875) Susanna's last name is never listed in my research but she came over fr om England in 1892 at 17 yrs of age.

      Hope this helps. Trish

      Henry and Susannah's children include Clara b.8/1897, Lillie (mPercy Towe r), and Henry Jr. I'm thinking Henry might be the ancestor you refer to. Henry came over fr om England in 1889 at the age of 18, he found employment as a loom fix er inlier cotton mills. 3 yrs later, his brother Samuel(my great grandfather) came over with his f amily. The 1900 census has Henry living at 290 Bay St, Fall River, with h is England-born wife Susanna and daughter Clara.(my ancestor was livi ng at 132 Bay St) They are buried at Oak Grove Cemetary, there are no present markers, b ut I have viewed the plot plan with their names.

      Also, the 1881 British Censis has Henry living at
      Odlums of Offaly Print Page Rev. D. L. Graham The Odlum Name & Origins

      In his Supplement to Irish Names Edward MacLysaght, late Chief Herald of I reland, writes.

      Odlum:The older form of this name, Adlum, has been recorded in comparative ly recent times in Co. Offaly. This, as Adlem, later Adlam, is on reco rd in England since the twelfth century: it is derived, according to Rean y, from the old German Adelem (Noble protector).

      As Odlum, it appears in Ireland in the seventeenth century: Thomas Odlum w as one of twenty-nine soldiers disbanded from Ormond's own troop in 1662 '. The family settled in King's County, now Co. Offaly. There are many Odl um wills listed from 1735, the testators up to 1800 being variously decri ed as farmer and gent and all of that county. Three Odlums are in the Ea rl of Charleville's King's County rental of 1763. Later they were found al so in Co. Leix, but Griffith's Valuation of the 1850s and modern voters' l ists confirm that they are definitely of Co. Offaly ever since they fir st came to Ireland. The name is very well known in the flour milling indus try.

      I doubt MacLysaght's derivation of the name for the following reasons.

      1. Before the burning down of the Public Record office in 1922, the late T .U. Sadleir made an abstract of all Adlum and Oldum wills. Copies of tho se abstracts are now in The National Archives. He found 28 Odlum wills bet ween 1707 and 1845 and only three wills, all in the 1820s, of a family cal led Adlum in Co. Longford. All the Odlums belong to the King's County fami ly, and there is no connection between them and the Co. Longford Adlum fam ily (who had a very different set of Christian names).

      The Adlums seen to be a Roman Catholic family, while the Odlums were origi nally all Protestants, and 'strong' Protestants, as they say, at that; so me of them were members of the Orange order, which had lodges in many plac es in the South of Ireland: a few favoured Methodism and some, by intermar riage, were Quakers.

      The great majority, however, were firm members of the Church of Ireland. T here are today, however, many Roman Catholic Odlums, particularly in the U .S.A and Australia. The Catholic records of Tullamore have many Odlum entr ies. These Catholic Odlums are due to:

      Religious Conviction, of which only one certain case is known Intermarriag e, and in these cases the Protestant Odlum was probably cut off by and fr om his family. Straightforward seduction (? or rape) of a Catholic peasa nt girl by a wealthy member of the Protestant Ascendancy.

      3.The name Adlum and Odlum do get confused, particularly as some Oldums pr onounced their name with a very open vowel sound, e.g. Ahdlum; some inde ed with a very closed vowel e.g. Awdlum. In the Irish Telephone Directo ry there is one Adlum entry and 29 Odlum entries; of the 29, one Oldu m, to the best of my knowledge, is of Adulm descent; he is Cornelius Odl um of Co. Cork. In the 1770-1772 British Army Lists a King's Co. Ensign Od lums appears as Adlam the second year but reverts to Odlum in the third ye ar. This is probably due to Adlam being a not uncommon surname in Engla nd and Odlum an otherwise unknown one. In the general Registry Office, Lon don, among the Births, Marriages and Deaths which are completely register ed from 1837, the 400-500 Odlum entries down to 1980 are all of families o riginating in Ireland, and the very great majority are known of-shoo ts of the King's County Odlum family. Briefly, Odlum is not an English nam e, and Adlum is probably a corruption of the English Adlam.

      For over a century, the Odlum family has believed that they originated wi th two or three brothers who received grants of land in the 1690s when th ey were disbanded from William 111's army. Deeds from the early seventeen th century show three brothers renting good farms from the Digby famil y, of Geashill Castle, and I suspect that these three are probably so ns of the Thomas Odlum, disbanded in 1662. I assume that he got land in Ki ng's County, married and prospered; and whether or not his sons foug ht at the Boyne and got land as a reward, (as the family tradition is ), at least they are well established tenant farmers, when we meet th em in documents of eighteenth century.

      The other firm family tradition is that they were originally Oldhams fr om Lancashire; a silver spoon, hall-marked Dublin 1750' with the Oldham cr est, an owl (a pun on the Lancashire pronunciation 'Ouldham') has long be en in the family possession- but that proves nothing, as it could have bou ght any time between 1750-and, say, and 1850. On the other hand, the confu sion in the original document of Thomas's disbandment between Odlum and Ol dum (A spelling of Oldham found in Lancashire Parish Records), lea ds me to think that Thomas Oldham/Oldhum found himself, by a slip of someb ody's pen, called Odlum and that having to accept a tenancy and to li ve in Ireland kept the name Odlum because it was more Irish in sound th an the obviously English Oldham; an Englishman working Irish land was n ot popular. Perhaps, too, his original grant or tenancy was made out in t he name of Odlum, and it would have been risky to query the name.

      What is certain is that 1662 is the date of the first occurrence of the na me Odlum. The name, either for a place or for a family, has not been fou nd in any other European country; search has been made in Holland and t he Scandinavian countries.

      Notes

      1: In one place the name is spelt Oldum, presumably a mistranscription.

      2: Records in the Friends Library in Eustace St., Dublin; of Burials in Fr iends cemeteries at Tinneal, Rosenallis and at Ballymurray, Roscommon. S ee also the first page of chapter 8 of Never No More by Maura Laverty; Lon don, 1942.

      3: I suspect that, in the Penal Days and later, (18th and early 19th centu ry) there was a considerable amount of this. Compare, with due allowanc es for different circumstances, the relation in the Southern States of Ame rica between owners of plantations and their slaves. (b) & (C) above main ly account for a very large number of the Irish Catholic families with obv iously un-Irish names.

      Date of Arrival in Offaly of the Odlums

      The N. Ireland P.R.O. holds an Exchequer Bill of 1735, which concerns a di spute over a lease taken by a Digby Odlum, a son of Richard Ballyduf f, in 1708 of the farm of Pallas and Lahardan, some 200 acres, near Marybr ough, Queen's County (Laois). This Digby died intestate, 16th August 171 9, leaving six children, all minors. The youngest was still a minor in 173 5, although the three girls were all married. In order to take out the lea se, he must have been at least 21 in 1708 (Probably setting up on his o wn on order to be married).

      Thomas Odlum, 1662

      We assume, without any proof, that Thomas Odlum of 1662 is father of the t hree brothers. As a trooper under Ormonde, the Lord Lieutenant, Thom as is likely to have been an Englishman and one of twenty-nine soldiers di sbanded from Ormond's own troop. The fact that he chose to stay in Irela nd leads us to think that he had married an Irish wife. The only informati on I can find, is a copy of a letter written to Mrs. W.H. Odlum of Ardmor e, from Ambala, India by Lt. Col. W.H. Odlum, I.M.S. (1871-1920), dat ed 31 August 1913.

      John Odlum of Ballyduff (1871-1954) told me that the Odlums all hailed fr om Kildare and I believe that there was originally only one family. This m an, my father told me, came over with Cromwell and married an Irish girl n amed Waller….. The Odlums, I am sorry to say, were a very clever family, b ut as a rule got to fond of the bottle and lost all energy and ambition.

      Comment: The Ballyduff branch was indeed the nearest to Co. Kildare and t he original Richard did marry, as her second husband and his second wif e, a Mrs. Sale of Coolcor, Co. Kildare, but we just do not know where Thom as Odlum settled after 1662; he seems to have been an ordinary trooper, n ot an officer, and is unlikely to have married into aristocratic Waller fa mily who did indeed come to Ireland in the early 17th century. Came over w ith Cromwell man, if he was in Ormonde's Troop. Doughtless some Odlums tip pled freely, but most did not, and as I survey the Odlums of the last thr ee centuries, I see a good genetic heritage of intellect. Very clev er is a fair description.

      His three sons are first as tenants of Lord Digby at Geashill, King's Coun ty, where they rented considerable farms from 1690 onwards.

      The eldest of these brothers probably was Richard of Ballyduff becaus e, as his son Thomas was born in 1674 (T.G.), he himself, therefore, wou ld be born circa 1653; his will is dated and proved 1707.

      Henry was born in 1661 (T.G) this tombstone was not visible in 1978 but h ad been recorded in Irish Memorials for the Dead (vol.12, p.265).

      Edward dated his will 3rd November 1733 and it was proved 5th June 173 5. I have dated his death as 1734. He left a young family, his eldest s on and heir being only 11, so that I consider him to be the youngest of t he three.

      As well as the evidence in the wills, various deeds of 1772, 1727, 1728 a nd 1765 show the existence of the three sons. In these documents, the Odlu ms are already in possession of farms leased from the Digby family, and a re renewing leases. In a letter within two years of his death, from Richa rd Odlum, the son who succeeded Henry above as tenant of Ballymooney, Lo rd Digby in London is told.

      I have settled my eldest son in Ballaghmooney, where my father and I ha ve lived ever since ye wars of Ireland.

      In addition to these brothers born in the 1650s and 1660s, there is an ent ry in the Parish Register of Geashall, (PR,G) of the burial on 8th July 17 13 of "Alice Goodwin alias Odlum" (i.e. nee Odlum). This Alice I assu me to be a sister to the three, but she could well be a daughter of a ny of them.

      The Three Odlum Brothers of Geashall

      Richard of Ballyduff, (circa1650-1707) His descendants lived in:

      Ard, which is the only Articonnor, Westmeath Ballybrittan Castle Ballyduff Ballyteague Ballymorane Kilmurry Rathdrum Tubberleheen


      Ard: now the only Odlum house still inhabited by a descendant Ballyteagu e; site of Odlum's Bridge over the Grand Canal

      Richard's descendants founded families in:

      Rathdowney, New Zealand California Lancashire Victoria


      I: Richard (circa 1650-1707), Ballyduff, Geashill had a son:

      II: Digby (1675-1719). Pallas, Maryborough had a son:

      III: John (circa 1705-1766), Derrinturn, Co. Kildare, married twice.

      IV: (1) A: John of Harristown and Grange, Queen's County, married in 17 56 Elizabeth (died 1807) of Ballycoolad, Queen County. B: Frances Ann, mar ried in 1758 Joshua Goodboby (died 1762), Summer Grove (2)married Elizabet h........2 sons and 5 daughters

      The younger son of John and Elizabeth, Humphery (1768-1830) of Kilcock Hou se, Rathdowney, farmed 156 acres and owned a malting business and is descr ibed in the 1821 Census as "Gentleman Farmer" with his wife, 8 children a nd 5 servants, In 1815 came a disaster to farming when prices collapsed af ter the war with Napoleon, ended at Waterloo. Humphrey's family disintegra ted after his death.

      Three of the children went to Lancashire (England) where one was a policem an, one a painter and one a cotton worker. Families of Odlums descended fr om these still exist in Liverpool, Warrington and Preston.

      The children of another son emigrated to the U.S.A. where there was of a f amily of their descendents in 1930 in San Francisco. A fifth son beca me a shopkeeper / farmer in Mountmellick, County Laois, and the grand-daug hter of the last of the three Odlums' died three or four years ago in Dubl in.

      V: Samuel (1756-….) of Grange, married Lettitia (1761-1828) and had sev en children: Arthur (1793-1793), John (died 1803), Elizabeth (born 1801 ), Thomas (born 1803-circa 1805), John (born 1804) and Thomas (born 1806 ).

      Samuel was a prosperous farmer as were the generations before him. His you ngest son, Thomas, was 17 when he joined the 31st Foot on 10th December 18 24. In 1846 after 21 years of service he was discharged from the army f or medical reasons. In1846-47, during the first Maori war in New Zealand t he Governor, Sir George Grey, enrolled the Royal New Zealand Fencibles ( or Pensioners) in Great Britain from British soldiers and sailors chos en on the basis of good conduct and physical fitness. They were settled ar ound Auckland. The first Detachment of New Zealand Enrolled Pensione rs in the ship Ramillies under Captain Keey, Staff Officer, embarked on 14 th April 1847 and landed on 5th August. No. 40 was Thomas Odlum, late of 3 1st Foot @ 1/= per diem, no family. six and a half weeks later Thomas marr ied Elizabeth Grace Piper at the Wesleyan Native Institute on 20th Setpemb er 1847.

      A listing in Freeholders of New Zealand, 1882 showed some of the descendan ts of Thomas Odlum and Elizabeth Grace Piper:

      John, a labourer in Hamilton, total valuation £200 John Jesse, settler in Auckland, acreage worth £2000 Margaret, Waitemata, 40 acres £20. By 1854 Thomas was a gardener & freeholder in Ponsonby and later Auckla nd (1862).

      In 1859 when drunk he burned down his own house and was jailed for one-ye ar arson. He died in Colonial Hospital, Auckland, of liver failure on Janu ary 26 1863 aged 56, and was buried in Symonds St. Cemetry on 26th Janua ry 1863.

      Henry of Ballymooney (1661-1728) His descendants lived in:

      Anaharvey, Aughnavilla Ballymooney Ballydownan Cloneygowan Croghan Kilcooney


      Henry's descendants had Odlum families in:

      Birr and Roscrea S. Australia Staffordshire Canada Connecticut, U.S.A.


      Edward of Cappincur, (…..-1733)

      His descendants lived in:

      Cappicur S. Kilkeeran Old Connell, Co. Kildare


      Edward's descendants founded families in:

      Tullamore Canada South Australia New SouthWales St. Lucia, West Indies West Austraila


      The Odlums prospered and had large families; in fact, the recent rect or of Geashall, Canon D.R.C. Hillard, said in mid 1970s it used to be sa id that one couldn't spit in the Geashall parish without hitting an Odlu m, and now there is only one Odlum left. He too has gone since then.

      There was a certain amount of intermarriage between cousins, (second, thi rd or fourth) and the Odlums on the whole were fairly clannish.

      Notes

      1. The will of Humphrey Odlum of Kilcock House is in the Public Record Off ice.

      2. From a publication of the Armorial and Genealogical Institue of New Zea land.

      3. In 1929 Mr. William Odlum of Ardmore, Bray, Co. Wicklow got in touch wi th Mr. Arthur Allen Odlum of 40 Gripps St. Balmain, N.S.W. Austraila and r eceived a letter in December that year which states:

      My father's father Mr. Odlum was born in Denmark, and his wife was bo rn in Ireland, they lived at Onehuga, New Zealand.

      How Denmark came into it is inexplicable Arthur Allen Odlum then gave t he above family tree of the descendants of Thomas Odlum and Elizabeth Gra ce Piper.

      The Odlum Arms

      Mr. W. H. Odlum (1862-1934), of Ardmore, Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland, in 19 13 wanted to ratify the Arms and Crest which had been used by Irish Odlu ms since the mid-eighteenth century.

      The crest was that of a family of the name Odlam. No armorial bearing had ever been granted to any family of Odlum.

      In 1929 he received a grant of Arms from Sir Neville Wilkinson, K.C.V.O ., the Ulster Kings of Arms and Principal Herald of all Ireland, for his d escendants to bear and also for the descendants to bear and also for the d escendants of his grandfather, William Odlum of Cloneygowen, in the King 's County, Esquire.

      The description of the Arms is:

      Gules, a chevron or between three owls affrontee proper, ducally crow ed of the first, barbed and sealed gold,…… For crest, on a Wreath of the c olors,…… an owl affrontee proper, ducally crowed and beaked or, mantled gu les doubled argent and for motto - "Vita est vigilia".

      The owl is familiar to many in the advertisements for the products of Odl um Mills Ltd.

      Source Irish Family History Vol.5, 1989



      Subject: Re: UK Oldhams Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2000 12:42:00 -0000 From: "Jon" To:

      Of course! It's a massive tree though, with literally hundreds of individuals, so tell me exactly what you would like: just the Oldhams and spouses, or any of the 'off-shoots'? Also, what format do you want? I use family treemaker, but this would be a n enormous file, so it might be better to send as Gedcom. Do let me know. And if you notice any links between our families, I'd be very interested! Jonathan

      ----- Original Message ----- From: Jan Oldham To: Sent: Monday, March 06, 2000 3:22 PM Subject: UK Oldhams

      > Would love to add your Oldham family to the on-line database. Would you > consider sending info so I can include it? > > http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=oldham > > Jan Oldham > joldham@indy.net >to oldham.jan@gmail.com date Dec 16, 2007 5:55 PM subject Delivery Status Notification (Failure)

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      Subject: Eliza Oldham Date: Thu, 6 Apr 2000 14:34:25 -0700 From: "Thomas W. Hawksworth" To:

      Our family records indicate my great, great grandfather, Thomas Hawkswort h was born 21 Dec 1824 at Gunthwaite,Yorkshire, England. He married Eliza Oldham on 28 Jan 1849. He died 22 June 1850 by drowning in the Mississip pi River at Burlington, IA

      Eliza was born 7 Nov 1826 at Hyde, Cheshire, England. She died 11 July 1 909 at Burlington, IA. After Thomas died she married Robert Armstrong by who m she bore three additional children, Irwin, Abel, and Clara.

      Eliza's father was Andrew Oldham. Her mother, Sarah, died 20 March 1875 a nd was buried at St. George's Church at Hyde, Cheshire on 24 March 1875.

      This information may be of interest to you. I would be interested to kno w if any of this shows up on your charts, and in any other information you might care to share.


      Subject: Oldhams Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2000 14:40:38 -0400 From: Gordon Barlow To: "'joldham@indy.net'"

      Jan. Here are some rough notes from my files, that may perhaps be usef ul to you.

      Walsall burials 1824: Sarah OLDHAM aged 82 & Willm O aged 62, both of Pa rk St

      1796 Liverymen, London: John O, button-seller at 25 Lombard St (Skinner s' Co) and James O, ironmonger at 142 Lower Holborn (Needlemakers' Co); co mmercial list: Thomas O, oil & colourman at 7 St Catherines, and Willi am O, merchant at Crown Ct, Threadneedle St. 1796 Commercial List: Thomas O, oil & colourman at 7 Catherines, & Willi am O, merchant, at Crown Ct, Threadneedle St 1802 M'sex Poll Book: James O at Holborn, John O at Shoreditch, Willi am O at George St, Battle Bridge 1815 Ldn Dir: Oldham & Sons - pot stove mfrs at Brook House, Holborn; al so Oldham Ravenshill & Co at 3 Barge Yd, Bucklersbury, linen merchants [T OC Snr was a "mercer" in 1790s in Walsall] XXXXXX also a William Chapman O at 1 Gt Eastcheap, button w'hse; and Jo hn O at 94 Shoreditch, corn-chandler

      May 1761 John OLDHAM Taylor = Ann Brownhill 1784 Simon son of John & Ann Oldham, grinder "CFI" (??) of Sheffield PR 1814/15 Sheff Dir: a W Oldham, seedsman, Sheffield Moor

      C18: in Devizes, beside CADBYs & CHINNER & variants, are some Oldham varia nts (incl a Goldham)

      1857 Ldn Dir: a Thomas Oldham BARLOW (1824-89), artist/engraver, at Aubu rn landing, Victoria Rd, Kensington; 1860 at Auburn Lodge, V Rd, Kens N ew Town 1890 a Thomas Oldham BARLOW (!) - catalogue of pictures - Bodleian Index (They were auctioned by Christie's 18.3.1890. Nothing exciting there!)

      * * *

      I suppose you are a subscriber to Oldham-L, to which I sent a query the ot her day. The name Oldham came into my known ancestral families in 1735 (C hinner = Summers in Northants) thence to Barlows by an 1823 baptism in Wal sall, and down to my brother born in Australia in 1947 - a remarkable pers istence for a name whose origin we have no clue about! There is no certai nty of course that "our" original Oldham was an ancestor; people did na me children after friends or benefactors. Nevertheless, it is a reasonab le bet. If you have any suggestions I would be extremely grateful.

      Gordon Barlow

      Subject: Oldham research Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2000 13:06:34 +0100 From: "music.madeira" To:

      Hello there,

      I have been looking at your impressive database of Oldhams as part of the commencement of my search for my ancestors in England.

      I notice that most of the Oldhams you have listed are from the US. The ancestors on my father's side (he was Frederick Oldham b 1904 d 1987 in Derbyshire, England) were born in the Lancashire and Kent counties.

      Perhaps you will be kind enough to offer me some ideas as to where I start looking, if you have time.

      Yours sincerely;

      Jan (born Jan Oldham, now Jan Madeira)
    Person ID I37366  oldham
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    Father OLDHAM, A History 
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     1. MERRYWEATHER, Will J. E.
    +2. OLDHAM, Lincolnshire,   b. England Find all individuals with events at this location
    +3. OLDHAM, Alfred,   b. Abt 1868, Dukinfield, Cheshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location
     4. OLDHAM, Allen,   b. 19 Oct 1829, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 30 Sep 1897, Orange County, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 67 years)
     5. OLDHAM, Amelia,   b. Abt 1823, Borton, Lancashire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 25 Jan 1866, Fall River, Bristol County, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 43 years)
    +6. OLDHAM, Arnold,   b. 1877, England Find all individuals with events at this location
     7. OLDHAM, Charles,   b. 1732, Macclesfield, Cheshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     8. OLDHAM, Charles,   d. 1907, England Find all individuals with events at this location
     9. OLDHAM, Edward,   b. Abt 1826, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
    +10. OLDHAM, George Abraham,   b. 1877, England Find all individuals with events at this location
     11. OLDHAM, Henry Joshua,   b. 6 Mar 1808, New Glasgow, Terrebonne County, Quebec, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 25 Mar 1875, Bedford, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 67 years)
     12. OLDHAM, Bishop Hugh,   b. 1452, Crumpsall, Manchester, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1519  (Age 67 years)
     13. OLDHAM, Israel,   b. 1863, Hyde, Stockport, Cheshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Sep 1924, Oldham, Lancashire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 61 years)
     14. OLDHAM, James,   b. Alderly, Cheshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location
    +15. OLDHAM, James,   b. 9 Jun 1805, Honley, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1863, Honley, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 57 years)
     16. OLDHAM, John,   b. Shipton, Gloucestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location
     17. OLDHAM, John,   b. 3 Aug 1787, London, Middlesex, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Mar 1838, Pernambuco, Brazil Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 50 years)
     18. OLDHAM, John,   b. Abt 1796, Sherbrook, Sherbrook, Derby, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
    +19. OLDHAM, John Cocker Cochran,   b. Abt 1829, Mottram In Longdale, Cheshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 Dec 1896, Norbury, near Stockport, Cheshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 67 years)
     20. OLDHAM, John William,   b. Yes, date unknown,   d. Abt 1920
     21. OLDHAM, Jonathon,   b. 1741, Derby, Derbyshire, UK Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     22. OLDHAM, Joseph,   b. Prescot, Lancashire, England Find all individuals with events at this location
     23. OLDHAM, Joseph,   b. Abt 1776, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     24. OLDHAM, Joseph,   b. 6 Mar 1797, Glossop, Derbyshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 Sep 1873, Hayfield, Derbyshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 76 years)
     25. OLDHAM, Martha,   b. 7 Feb 1788,   d. Yes, date unknown
     26. OULDHAM, Raffe,   b. 1550, Reddish, Stockport, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1586, Reddish, Stockport, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 36 years)
     27. OLDHAM, Richard,   b. 1732, Bolton Le Moors, Lancashire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 23 Feb 1807, Bolton Le Moors, Lancashire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 75 years)
    +28. OLDHAM, Robert,   b. 29 Apr 1770, Thursby by Bourne Linc's Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 15 Apr 1808, Market Deeping Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 37 years)
     29. OLDHAM, Thomas,   b. 8 Jul 1694, Stockport, Cheshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Sep 1756, Stockport, Cheshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 62 years)
     30. OLDHAM, Thomas,   b. Abt 1745, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 Oct 1793, Foleshill, Warwickshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 48 years)
     31. OLDHAM, Wilf
     32. OLDHAM, William,   b. 26 Jun 1568, All Saint's Parish, Derby, Derbyshire, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Jun 1636, Derby, Derbyshire, UK Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 68 years)
     33. OLDHAM, William,   b. Abt 1836, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     34. OLDHAM, William Fitzhugh (Bishop),   b. 1856, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     35. OLDHAM, William Houlden,   b. Abt 1615, Stanhill, Church Parish, Lancashire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     36. OLDHAM, Unknown,   b. England Find all individuals with events at this location
     37. OLDHAM, Unknown,   b. Abt 1767, London, Middlesex, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
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