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  • #31
    Nearby in Everton was St Chrysostom church, where Sarah Kelly wed John Allan on April 12, 1870

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    • #32
      Everton, Liverpool

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      1 in the 1861 census at 76 Radcliffe Street Name age relationship to head married M or unmarried Un, birthplace
      Theresa Kelly 52 Head M, Chatham Brompton
      Theresa Jenkins 20 Daughter M, Isle of Man
      Sarah Kelly 17 Daughter Un, Altrincham
      Amelia Wilson 23 Niece Un, Ireland
      James Jenkins 1 Grandson __, Preston

      This could be James Kelly, listed as Jenkins. Sarah Kelly is his mother

      2 is the Apr 12, 1870 marriage of John Allan, Master Mariner to Sarah Kelly, Spinster at St Chrysostom Church, Aubrey Street

      3 in the 1871 census at 100 Phythian Street
      Head : Sarah Allen, married, aged 28. Mariner's wife, husband at sea. Born Broadheath, Cheshire *
      Mother : Teresa Kelly, widow, aged 63. Independent. Born Broughton Cheshire *
      Alice Peels, unmarried, aged 16. Domestic servant. Born Rock Ferry, Cheshire

      * Broadheath is next door to Altrincham * Broughton Cheshire is probably correct, not Chatham Bromptom which is on the Medway, Kent

      4 is where his mother Sarah died July 29, 1874 at 10 Walker Street, Low-Hill. John Allan had died May 16th in Peru

      5 – in the meantime, James Kelly left school at age 13 (1873) and was apprenticed to Ray & Miles Upholsterers, 34, 36 & 39 London Road E approx. 1 mile in the direction of the arrow

      James Kelly was then sent to Hurworth’s Commercial Academy across the Mersey at New Brighton to learn office skills

      6 after two years of training in book-keeping, James Kelly was hired by Isaac Jones, Pawnbroker at 102 West Derby Road

      7 No. 49 Fielding Street, where James Kelly lived while working for the pawnbroker. His last address before he moved to London after his grandmother Theresa died in 1876. By the terms of his mother Sarah’s will, he had access to of his inheritance at that time.

      Thank you Robert L for assistance, - Roy
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      • #33
        1881 census

        James Kelly Lodger Upholsterer
        39 Fielding Street
        West Derby
        Liverpool
        aged 20 born in Preston Lancs

        RG11/3704 page 10

        Pat...................

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        • #34
          G'Day Roy

          Thanks for such an informative post. The map certainly helps.
          G U T

          There are two ways to be fooled, one is to believe what isn't true, the other is to refuse to believe that which is true.

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          • #35
            You're welcome GUT and thank you for Pat for the census return

            Then and Now in center of map - Brunswick Road at Low Hill

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            • #36
              Liverpool

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              A Court off Clayton Street

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              Everton Terrace

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              Fenton Street
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              • #37
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                The Kellys lived on Radcliffe Street in 1861

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                Radcliffe Street pictured in the 1960's

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                St Francis of Xavier Roman Catholic Church and School, where James may have attended

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                Particular Baptist Church #27 from the Genuki site

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                Necropolis Cemetery #3

                #29 St Augustine Parish Church and #65 Welsh Methodist Church not pictured
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                • #38
                  G'Day Roy

                  Thanks again for great photos.
                  G U T

                  There are two ways to be fooled, one is to believe what isn't true, the other is to refuse to believe that which is true.

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