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Elizabeth Wharton

about 1858 - 1934

Life History

about 1858

Born in Altcar, Lancashire.


Married Joseph Wharton.

about 1883

Birth of daughter Margaret Wharton in Sefton, Lancashire.

about 1887

Birth of son William Wharton in Gt. Crosby.

about 1888

Birth of daughter Annie Wharton in Gt. Crosby.

about 1891

Birth of daughter Ellen Wharton in Gt. Crosby.

about 1894

Birth of son John Wharton in Gt. Crosby.


In the 1861 census in St Michaels Street, Altcar

John WhartonHeadMar48Tailorb. Altcar, Lancashire
Margaret WhartonWifeMar35Tailor Wifeb. Tarbrick, Lancashire
Mary WhartonDaughter12Scholarb. Altcar, Lancashire
Ellen WhartonDaughter4Scholarb. Altcar, Lancashire
Elizabeth WhartonDaughter2Tailors Daughterb. Altcar, Lancashire

In the 1871 census at High Street, Wavertree

Mary BroughtonHeadWid59Boot & Shoe Dealerb. Lancashire, Tarbock
William C BroughtonSonUnm34Bootmakerb. Lancashire, Wavertree
Mary BroughtonDaughterUnm32Shop Assistantb. Lancashire, Wavertree
John BroughtonSonUnm28Bootmakerb. Lancashire, Wavertree
Alice BosomworthVisitor DaurMar26Joinery Wifeb. Lancashire, Wavertree
Elizabeth WhartonServantUnm12General Serv.b. Lancashire, Altcar

In the 1881 census at Chesterfield Road, Great Crosby

Peter AltyHeadWid60Farmerb. Little Crosby, Lancashire
Elizabeth WhartonServantS22Gen Servtb. Altcar, Lancashire

From freeBMD

Prob. Birth: Sep 1858, Wharton, Elizabeth, Ormskirk 8b 485

Marriage: Jun 1881, Wharton, Elizabeth, W. Derby 8b 856
Marriage: Jun 1881, Wharton, Joseph, W. Derby 8b 856

Probable Death: Jun 1934, Wharton, Elizabeth, 75, W Derby,8b 309

"Great Altcar is a village and civil parish in West Lancashire, close to Formby on the West Lancashire Coastal Plain. The name Altcar is Norse meaning 'marsh by the River Alt'. North: Southport; West: Little Altcar, Formby, Liverpool Bay;South: River Alt, Liverpool; East: Ormskirk.
Little Altcar is a village in Sefton on Merseyside, on the West Lancashire Coastal Plain, that has been absorbed into Formby"  (Wikipedia)
"ALTCAR, a parish in Ormskirk district, Lancashire; on the river Alt, 3 miles SE of Formby r. station, and 6 WSW of Ormskirk. It includes the hamlet of Little Altcar. Post Town, Formby under Liverpool. Acres, 4,284; of which 205 are water. Real property, £5,988. Pop., 540. Houses, 82. The property is divided among a few. The surface includes some marsh. The living is a vicarage in the diocese of Chester. Value, £150. * Patron, the Earl of Sefton. The church is very good. Charities, £7."
John Marius Wilson, Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales (1870-72) (Genuki)