Family of Thomas REDFORD and Ruth SEED

Husband: Thomas REDFORD (1839-bef1891)
Wife: Ruth SEED (1838- )
Children: Arthur REDFORD (1865- )
Eliza Jane REDFORD (1870- )
William Percy REDFORD (1872- )
George Reginald REDFORD (1873- )
Florence Mary REDFORD (1875- )
Edith Ellen REDFORD (1877- )
Martha Louise REDFORD (1879- )
Ethel Seed REDFORD (1882- )
Marriage Q4 1868 Barton on Irwell, Lancashire, England

Husband: Thomas REDFORD

Name: Thomas REDFORD1
Sex: Male
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1839 Walkden, Lancashire, England
Occupation Shoe Maker, Sexton
Death bef 1891 (age 51-52)

Wife: Ruth SEED

Name: Ruth SEED1
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1838 Wyke, Yorkshire, England
Occupation Sexton

Child 1: Arthur REDFORD

Name: Arthur REDFORD1
Sex: Male
Birth 1865 Walkden, Lancashire, England
Occupation Stone Mason Apprentice

Child 2: Eliza Jane REDFORD

Name: Eliza Jane REDFORD1
Sex: Female
Birth 1870 Worsley, Lancashire, England

Child 3: William Percy REDFORD

Name: William Percy REDFORD1
Sex: Male
Birth 1872 Walkden, Lancashire, England
Occupation Assistant Sexton

Child 4: George Reginald REDFORD

Name: George Reginald REDFORD1
Sex: Male
Birth 1873 Walkden, Lancashire, England
Occupation Clerk

Child 5: Florence Mary REDFORD

Name: Florence Mary REDFORD1
Sex: Female
Spouse: William BOYDELL (1847-1924)
Birth 1875 Walkden, Lancashire, England

Child 6: Edith Ellen REDFORD

Name: Edith Ellen REDFORD1
Sex: Female
Birth 1877 Walkden, Lancashire, England
Occupation Apprentice Dressmaker

Child 7: Martha Louise REDFORD

Name: Martha Louise REDFORD1
Sex: Female
Birth 1879 Walkden, Lancashire, England

Child 8: Ethel Seed REDFORD

Name: Ethel Seed REDFORD1
Sex: Female
Spouse: Thomas Bennett LLOYD (1878- )
Birth 1882 Walkden, Lancashire, England

Sources

1"Nick Heard". www.heardfamilyhistory.org.uk. This GEDCOM is predominantly the work of Nick Heard, but it incorporates the collaborated work of many other family historians. You are welcome to use the information herein but please acknowledge the source. Every effort has been made to ensure the data is accurate, but any use you make of it is entirely at your own risk. (c) Nick Heard 2009