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    do any of these surnames ring a bell pleasr get in touch any help is appreciated.

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    Used to go to school with a lad called Orme, although I haven't got a clue where he is now. As regards Heron's, a friend of mine went to school in Huyton with two lads with that surname who he's occasionally in touch with. Do you know any Christian names for them?

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    Hiya ,
    My Sister in law was a Heron , She was the licencee of The Wellington pub in Garston & her mum owned Claire's Cafe opp the Garston Hotel .

    Have you any names ,year & districts to go on ?
    Good luck
    Karen

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    hi and thank you for getting in touch my ancestors christian names are james/ and elizabeth its there son joseph who is my greatgranfather who i never met he died when i was born. but im stuck on elizabeths parents and james

    kind regards debbie

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    Hi Debbie.

    Which one has the surname Heron ?

    Karen x

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    yes my greatgrand father was born 1893/4 and alls i know is my family came from scotland road area and my great aunts still live there now

    kind regards debbie

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    elizabeth is the heron

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    Hi Debbie,
    Here are a few Heron Marriages in Liverppol.

    Elizabeth J Heron m William Hennesey 1893.
    Elizabeth Heron m James Lawless 1896.
    Elizabeth Heron m James Flemming 1912.
    Elizabeth Heron m John Manlond 1914.
    Elizabeth Heron M George Kelly 1926

    Did she deffo marry in Liverpool

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    yes she married in 1884 but im not sure she was born there

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    Just been to West Derby cemetary and 3 rows behind the grave was a John (Jack) and Elizabeth Jean Heron born 1925 (one of them)

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    hi mark that was very kind of you to do that, i dont think its my elizabeth she was born round about 1863/4 and i dont reconise the name john/jack
    elizabeth was my great grandads mother so she would have been buried (orme)

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    No problem. I was there visiting my parents grave when I spotted it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pasha View Post
    do any of these surnames ring a bell pleasr get in touch any help is appreciated.
    Hi pasha

    Orme was the surname of a husband and wife who ran the school for St. Anne's Church, Aigburth. This was in the 1830's.

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    hi and thank you chrisgeorge how can i find out the christian names of this couple that ran the school in aigburth in the 1830s

    kind regards debbie

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    Quote Originally Posted by pasha View Post
    hi and thank you chrisgeorge how can i find out the christian names of this couple that ran the school in aigburth in the 1830s

    kind regards debbie
    Hi Debbie

    I have the names in my files. I will get back to you about it.

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