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Its like you read my mind! You seem to know so much about this, like you wrote the book in it or something. I think that you could do with a few pics to drive the message home a little bit, but other than that, this is great blog. An excellent read. I will certainly be back. efccegdbddgddefb
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I visited Frodsham on Wednesday 5 April to look at the house built by my 4x great grandfather, John Urmson. (The Gables, 5, Main Street,) I was disappointed to find that the blue plaque outside the house has mis-spelled his name (Urmston,)and it is also spelt the same way on this site, and also with the addition of a final 'e' (Urmstone,). I don't wish to be too picky, but the name is Urmson. I have the original documents for the salt works he ran with William Crosbie, and also his will both of which confirm the correct spelling, and I would have thought that the F.H.E.G.S would have taken the trouble to get their facts right before they published an expensive blue plaque.
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The story on Cotton states he took two bee hives to NZ. This is incorrect. It was his friend James Busby who brought hives for him from Sydney, New South Wales. Cotton tried twice to bring bees to NZ. The first lot, unaccompanied by him from London to Plymouth, were jettisoned in the Sound after having been violently tossed about on deck during the passage south. On Cotton's arrival there he procured more hives and these were shipped under a jolly boat aboard the Tomatin. The bees fared badly for some sailors plundered the honey and the hives died before reaching Sydney.

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I am the son of a Brereton woman (Hazel Patricia) who married Eric Colmer and moved to Southern Rhodesia in 1955, when I was 3. I know I have a 2nd cousin Edgar Brereton who lives in Frodsham. The Breretons are an old Frodsham family. But I have lost contact due to changes in email address. Can you help me? Regards, Brian Colmer
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Hi
I have just discovered your site after moving to helsby from Warrington. We love the area for walking and would love to find out about the local history. Looking forward to finding old photos on line too.
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I am researching the Booth family, originating from the Frodsham area and moving over to Widnes later in the 1800's.
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Has anyone come across or has any information about Robert Booth, who was my great-great-great-great grandfather. He was an innkeeper in Frodsham, certainly in 1749, although I do not know which inn. On 15 Jan 1749 he married Ann Latham, daughter of James Latham, Parish Clerk of Frodsham, at St. John the Baptist in Chester. They had 4 children, of whom only 2 sons survived. Robert Booth died and was buried at St. Lawrence, Overton on 24 Feb 1757. Presumably he died intestate as there is a record of an Admonition by his widow Ann at the Consistory Court, Chester in 1757. Any information about the possible inn he had or anything about him or any suggestions to follow up, would be very helpful.
41) Sandra 
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Great informative web-site. Just wondering if anyone knows of any pictures or maps of the marshes exist prior to the construction of the Manchester Ship Canal showing in particular the shoreline and its proximity to the village....Circa 1830-1850..?
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