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Descendants of Thomas Innes - c1799



Generation No. 1

1. THOMAS INNES was born 1799 in Ireland.

He married MARY (b. 1803) Abt. 1822. She was born in Ireland. (Source 1851 census)

Occupation: 1851, Teacher in HM customs
Residence: 1851, Rose Mount, Oxton

Children of THOMAS INNES and MARY are:

i. EDWARD INNES, b. 1823, Ireland. Occupation: 1851, Colonial Merchant Clerk

ii.ZORO INNES, b. 1825, Ireland; d. 13 Apr 1899, Conway.

iii. STEPHEN INNES, b. 1831, Liverpool. Occupation: 1851, Albert Dock Clerk

iv. ANNA MARIA INNES, b. 1835, Liverpool.
She married Rev. DYSON RYCROFT in 1855.

 

Generation No. 2

1. ZORO INNES (THOMAS) (Source: 1881 British Census.) was born 1825 in Ireland (Source: 1881 British Census.), and died Apr 1899 in Conway.

He married ANNIE MARY GOGGIN Nov 1854 in St Michaels, Limerick, Ireland (Source: Vtal Records FRA.). She was born 1835 in Ireland (Source: 1881 British Census.), and died 1899 in dec 1899 toxteth park. Her Father was JAMES DARBY GOGGIN.

Cause of Death: morbus cordis syncope (heart desease - natural causes)
Occupation: 1860, Accountant, (Source: Gore's Liverpool Directory 1860)
Occupation: 1881, banker, Bank Secretary - North Western Bank

Bank History - 'Moss & Co' converted in 1864 into 'North Western bank'. Then amalgamated with 'London City and Midland Bank Ltd' in 1897 which eventually became HSBC.

WILL
Zoro Innes died 13 May probate 18 May left to Annie Innes and Eliza Mary Bradbury (wife of George Bradbury) Effects £45088 15s

Child of ZORO INNES and ANNIE GOGGIN is:

i. ELIZA MARY INNES, b. Sep 1855, West Derby, Liverpool.

 


Generation No. 3

2. ELIZA MARY INNES (ZORO, THOMAS) was born Sep 1855 in West Derby, Liverpool (Source: Birth certificate.).
Residence: 1876, Alexandra terrace, Princes Rd, Toxteth Park, Liverpool

She married GEORGE BRADBURY Apr 1876 in Saint Brides Church, Liverpool. (Source: Marriage Certificate.), son of GEORGE BRADBURY and ELIZABETH SHAW. He was born 1854 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire (Source: 1881 British Census.), and died 19 Jul 1917 in Bromborough, Cheshire (Source: Probate records.).

More About GEORGE BRADBURY:
Occupation: 1881, Architect Surveyor
Residence: 1877, Princes Rd, Toxteth Park, Liverpool
Source: Directory of British Architects 1834-1900, comp. A. Felstead, J. Franklin and L. Pinfield (R

Will
Bradbury, George of Kinders Bromborough Cheshire and of Liverpool died 19 July 1917. Probate London 30 Oct to Eliza Mary Bradbury widow. Effects £16564 9s.

Children of ELIZA INNES and GEORGE BRADBURY are:

i. ZORO INNES BRADBURY, b. Mar 1877, Princes Rd, Toxteth Park, Liverpool; d. Oct 1939, Lansdowne Nursing home, Blundell sands.

ii. GEORGE E BRADBURY (Source: 1881 British Census.), b. 1880, Liverpool (Source: 1881 British Census.). Occupation: 1901, Architect.

iii. ROSA MAY BRADBURY (Source: 1891 British Census.), b. 1883.

iv. ANNIE M BRADBURY (Source: 1891 British Census.), b. 1889.

v. MARY INNES BRADBURY (Source: 1901 British census.), b. Mar 1893, Toxteth Park, Lancashire 8b 241.



LIVERPOOL

1807
Abolition of the slave trade


1813
Abolition of the East India Company's monopoly of trade with India. This aided Liverpool's trade with the far east

1830
Opening of the Liverpool-Manchester railway, the worlds first passenger locomotive system

1845
Irish Famine brought thousands of starving and destitute to Liverpool. During the year of 1847 over 300,000 starving Irish people came to Liverpool, most were to emigrate to America, however, over 80,000 remained in Liverpool








1849
Second major cholera outbreak killed 5,308





1852
First Public Library opened in Duke Street







1854
Third Cholera outbreak kills 1,290





1860
Central Library and Museum opened in William Brown Street


1874
Everton Football Club founded


1881
Abortive attempt by a group of Fenians to blow up blow the Town Hall

1885
The Mersey Railway Tunnel was completed, it took four years to complete

1893
The Overhead Railway, known as the Dockers' Umbrella, was opened

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