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looking for Goodier's from the Lancs area Granddad born 1880's I think. He married a Irish girl called Margaret Shaw related to Bernard

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I think she was from Clonmell had several sons one of which was my dad Thomas also had a few girls ..Joan and Peggy. I was always told we were related to Bernard Shaw and also something to do with the cider brewery in Clonmell ???????????????????????????????????????

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on 2012-07-24 10:44:52

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by SilverVixen on 2012-07-25 11:46:34

Margaret Shaw married Richard Goodier in Preston, Lancs 1918, Q1 8E 926
Looking at Goodier's born between 1918 and 1950 with mother's maiden name Shaw I have
Mary, 1918, Preston : Joseph, 1919, Preston : Thomas, 1921, Preston : Mary T 1922, Preston : Margaret, 1927 Preston : Dennis, 1929, Oldham : Hazel 1930 Oldham : Joan 1932 Preston ; Mavis 1932 Oldham : Barbara 1935 Warrington : Marjorie 1937 Warrington : Jean 1939 Warrington : Anthony 1940 Chorlton :

An Arthur Goodier married an Alice Shaw in Oldham 1928
A Harold Goodier married a Winifred Shaw in Warrington 1934

These two marrieges could help you eliminate the one's that do not belong to Richard & Mary.

Hope that helps

by Goodier on 2012-07-26 09:11:52

Spot on thank you very much I really do appreciate the time and effort you have put into this I recognise several names and have also received information to verify this however I would like if possible more on Margaret as I also found out she may have some connection with the Bulmer Cider Makers in Clonmel and also a cousin of George Bernard Shaw as well as being a illegitimated child of the lord of the manors son and a house maid.......interesting isn't it.By the way it was Anthony who gave me this info although he does'n remember a great deal else about the family

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