Searching for descendants of William and Agnes Hulme?
William and Agnes of 52 Selwyn St, Bootle, Liverpool, had seven
Children; William Harold, Mary Agnes, Thomas, Henry, Millie, Eric and Elsie.
Mary Agnes (also known as Jennie) was my grandmother. She had four
children out of marriage, whom were all adopted. One of which John (my dad), was adopted by his uncle William Harold. This has been a family secret until recently.
I have located the descendants of William Harold and Henry, but I am still trying to find descendants of the other four, stated above. If you are related to any of the above, please let me know.
Photo of the family attached.
I have found 3 William Hulmes in my tree , i wonder if we have a link somewhere ?
William Hulme b c 1834.
" " " 1860. He married Annie Milington
" " " 1880.
I presume the next William born also took his fathers name & carried on the tradition .
Good luck with your search
Hannah,I have a Thomas Hulme in my family who I know nothing about,he died in 1960 age 64 do those years match? He was in Bristol when he died
Last edited by mike13; 03-24-2008 at 03:45 AM.
I think we are in the same territory here.
I've been searching for William Hulme (b.1860, Liverpool) for a while. He did have a son called.... William Millington Hulme (b.1880, Liverpool) who married my wife's great grandmother, Mary Hannah Morse in Swansea in 1902. He died in Swansea in 1922.
My search for William (b. 1860) has led to a range of census data for 1881, 1891 and 1901 but although Annie and 4 children are shown at 13 Becker (?) Street in 1891 there is no sign of our William???? Family stories suggest that he may have been an engineer in India at the time but I've found no evidence to support this.
Any information you have would be gratefully received.
Originally Posted by gorgeous
Hi Hulmsearcher ,
Tonight must be my night for finding rellies , I've just found 21 of my husbands cousins within 2 famillies ,
Thanks for adding re Hulme's / Millingtons
I have done very little research on either of these lines but i'm more than willing to share what little i do have ,
I'm off to check my tree i'll be back with details ,
Luv Karen x
right it's not much i'm afraid ,
William Hulme b c 1860 married Annie Millington . children
Linda b 1878.
William b 1880.
Florence b 1884.
Alice b 1887.
Herbert b 1890.
Sydney b 1892.
Annie Millington's siblings
Samuel b 1847.
Mary b 1851. * My gggrandmother married Patrick Stack.
Lavinia b 1855.
Frederick b 1857.
Annie b 1860 .*
Speak to ya soon
William Hulme b 1834 married Sarah Pickering ? I think they originated from Cheshire.
I've managed to get loads of info , William did indeed go off to India ! Someone has a photo to prove it ,
He went to Philibi near Naini Tal north , don't know how to spell it . William died of malaria & Annie of Cancer .
The name William goes back to 1834, then in 1801 his father was Richard.
It's Becket St )
Last edited by gorgeous; 10-18-2008 at 11:21 PM.
This is great, thanks!
Not sure how far back you've managed to get with the Millington family.
I've managed to get back as far as the 1660s to a place called Waverton?
Happy to share details if you don't have them already.
Apparently, my wife's aunt has some photos from India too- I think that's where the story must have come from.
Speak soon. Andrew
P.S. my e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
Have e mailed you
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