I was recently sent this photograph by Lorna Bowden. It has been added to the Misc. Photos section of the Gallery, and a note has been added to the Tilston Clan tree.
This photo of Richard Warburton (1831-1913) of the Tilston clan, with his daughters Celia and Margaret, was provided by Lorna Bowdon, Margaret’s great great granddaughter. Margaret married a Danish Sea Captain named Rasmus Madsen.
I have recently published the Warburton entries in the Bury, St Mary parish registers up to 1700. This came out of my continuing study of the Peters in the Edenfield area and their relationship to the Edenfield clan. This has also included listing the entries at Edenfield, Holcombe, and Newchurch in Rossendale. These will be published shortly along with a paper on my findings. Please note my comments below on the amount of guesswork in the Families list.
The entries can be accessed from the Parishes page, and the sidebar. The text below also appears on the Parishes page.
Last November I said I had submitted an article to the Journal of One-Name Studies entitled New Approaches to Y-DNA Testing in the Warburton One Name Study. The article was published in the April-June Issue (Vol 13 Issue 2). A link to…
I have just updated the Cheshire Group Haplotree following the identification of testable recent SNPs found in BigY tests. Clive, my closest genetic cousin, has tested the four from my own test. He matches 2 of them which can therefore…
Above is a photo of three Warburton signatures and seals on a 1751 vellum agreement betwixt a consortium of iconic Staffordshire potters who were sourcing Devon ball clay. It was sent to me by Audrey Fussell. The Clay was shipped from Devon to Liverpool, and then, via the River Weaver and packhorse, to Burslem. Other signatories include famous potters such as Thomas Wheildon.