|Stoke-on-Trent family history and genealogy|
People looking for relatives from Stoke-on-Trent - Surname M
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|Surname of relative||house location||other details||person seeking information|
|Machin, Alfred||b: 1871 Stafford, Stafford, England d: 11 January 1940 in Stoke on Trent||
email: Anna Arrol
|Mary Madden who was born circa 1841 in Mayo.||Etruria||She married Patrick Thomas McEllin in 1866 in Stoke.
possibly working at the North Staffs Royal Infirmary as a laundress.
|email: Judy Aliferis|
|Emma Adams Maddox||was born around 1842, 19 January and died about 1941||email: Amy E Conley|
|Millicent Maddox||was a principle at St Gregory's Catholic Church and never married.||email: Amy E Conley|
|William Maddox||was born Sept 26,1886 and was a member of St Gregory's Catholic Church.||email: Amy E Conley|
|MAUNDERS||Stoke-on-Trent||email: Ruth Woodward|
|Frederick Marriott||He was born in Burslem in 1860|| Worked at Maw
& Co between 1874 and 1879 as a pottery painter. He then attended the
Coalbrookdale School of Art.
His father was called Samuel Marriott and was an engineer.
|email: J.B.Peter Ogren|
|Marsden||interested in any "Marsden" family from Stoke-on-Trent.||email: Tony Marsden|
|Harriet Jane Massey.||1880-1944. Born at Talke Pits, Audley.Father Charles Massey and mother Phoebe Fletcher. Married Arthur Barnett in1900.||email: Ruth Woodward|
|John McGarry born 1847 Roscommon Ireland. Married Ann Whitaker born 1842 Belper Derbyshire (she may have been married before) Date of marriage not known||
Emma Whitaker born 1866 Belper Derbyshire is referred to as Emma Whitaker McGarry on one of the census returns.
James McGarry born 1872 Hanley Staffs married Rose Riley 2nd May 1892.
Mary Ann McGarry born 1876 Hanley Staffs.
Fanny McGarry Born 1879 Hanley Staffs.
|Mellor Samuel||Samuel Mellor married Jane Dorothy Lockett. Her father took "cream" to a pottery in Stoke-on-Trent in a boat named "Juno". Sam emigrated to Wallingford, Connecticut late in the 1800's (he boxed his way over on the ship) and Jane followed, probably in 1899.||email: Robin Boutilier|
|Ada MILLINGTON (father Frederick)||Henry
JOHNSON (father Edward) and Ada MILLINGTON (father Frederick) who were
married on the
|email: Ian Hough|
|Moore||Fenton/Longton||originated from Stone, Stafford but then relocated to Fenton/Longton area||email: Gini Moore|
|Mountford||Sneyd Green, Burslem, area||in the early to mid 1800's and also before. They were boot makers who came with thePotters to NewYork and on to Wisconsin||email: Marianne Mountford Morrison|
updated: April 2008