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People Connected to Lancashire

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  • George Huxtable (1887 - 1960)
    1901 England, Wales & Scotland Census Transcription 50, Salisbury Road, Lancaster, Lancashire, England Household Members First name(s) Last name Relationship Marital status Gender Age Birth year Oc...
  • James Huxtable (1892 - 1916)
    James was a Petty Officer on HMS Hawke, which was sunk by German U-Boat in 1914, he was one of only a few survivors, his reward for that was being sent to the Western Front and was killed in 1916, stil...
  • Elizabeth Houghton (1831 - 1880)
  • Joseph Houghton Baxter (1864 - 1945)
  • Arthur Holland Bracegirdle (1894 - 1915)
    BRACEGIRDLE, ARTHUR Rank: Private Service No: 19530 Date of Death: 17/10/1915 Age: 21 Regiment/Service: Grenadier Guards 4th Bn. Panel Reference: Panel 5 to 7. Memorial: LOOS MEMORIAL ...

People Connected to Lancashire


Map Right - The historical boundary of Lancashire, in red, and the modern-day boundary of the ceremonial county, in green See also

Lancashire - Main Page
Lancashire Genealogical Resources
Historical Lancashire incl. Manchester Merseyside
Historic Buildings of Lancashire
Greater Manchester post 1974
High Sheriff of Lancashire
Greater Manchester Lancaster Monumental Inscriptions, Cemeteries & Graveyards
Greater Manchester People
Old Historic Families of Lancashire
Old families of Lancashire

How to use this Page

  1. Please link any GENI Profiles with links to Lancashire to this project.
  2. You can ALSO add the earliest heads of families to the list of Lancashire Families on Geni below (don't forget to link their profiles to the project as well). These would usually be male! Please restrict people added to the list to the earliest head of family!

Note People with links to Lancashire can be linked to the project but not necessarily added to the list below.

People connected to Lancashire can also be linked to the following projects.

Historical and Political people

These are accommodated by the project Historical Lancashire (incl. Manchester & Merseyside) which covers the History of Lancashire and historical/political people. Some of these are also listed in the Famous people category.

Famous or Notable People

Some of these connections are a little tenuous - counties like to lay claim to people of renown! Please visit Lancashire - Famous People and add them to the listing there.


People from Lancashire who went to the "New world" and were early progenitors in those countries. Where the earliest ancestor is known please add them to the list of "Lancashire families on Geni" below if that was their roots, or to the appropriate county project.

Where the earliest known ancestor is the emigrant add them to the list below. In some cases if there is a project that covers them in detail please link the project.

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Heads of Lancashire Families on Geni

Names with Bold links are to Geni profiles. Other links take you to external biographical web pages.




  • Andrew Christy (1799-1865) Although born in Shropshire the family established themselves in Lancashire


















The Tinnes were Dutch sugar merchants and ship owners, who went to Liverpool from Demarara in what was then Dutch Guiana, later to be re-named British Guiana (and finally, following independence in 1966, Guyana) on the North East coast of South America. During the 19th century, as part of the firm of Sandbach, Tinne & Co, the family made a great fortune importing sugar, molasses, coffee and tropical hardwoods from their plantations.





There are links to biographies and more of people buried in the Jewish Deane Road Cemetery, Liverpool at their web page.

  • Henry Aarons (c.1801-1874) stationer and synagogue beadle
  • Israel Barned (1777-1858) banker and founder of Deane Road Cemetery
  • Rev Raphael Barnett (c.1814-1887) minister of religion and kosher slaughterers
  • David Behrend (1792-1863) & George H Behrend (1826-1903) shipping agents
  • Louis Benas (1820-1890) & family bankers with illustrious ancestry
  • James Braham (c.1811-1873) benefactor
  • Isaac Bright (1762/3-1849) jeweller and silversmith
  • Rev Raphael Isaac Cohen (1803-1865) minister of religion and schoolmastern
  • Baroness Miriam de Menasce (1851-1890) baroness
  • Gabriel Pincus Gabrielsen (c.1831-1911) commercial traveller
  • Bearman Gollin (1818/19-1895) merchant & Mary Gollin (1830-1906)
  • The Hart/Simmons/Edwards Family outfitters and provision dealers
  • The Hime Family music publishers
  • John Raphael Isaac (1809-1870) painter and lithographer
  • The Jackson Family drapers and synagogue officials
  • Ellis Montefiore Joseph (1802-1880) cotton broker
  • Henry Leveaux (c.1796-1859) fancy goods merchant
  • Augustus Samuel Levy (c.1815-1888) fruit broker and philanthropist
  • David Lewis (1823-1885) retail mogul
  • Dr Sigismund Lewis (c.1820-1899) communal physician
  • Issacher R Marks (1836-1859) victim of Royal Charter shipwreck
  • Charles Mozley (1797-1881) banker and first Jewish Mayor of Liverpool
  • Harris Newrick (c.1846-1893) cotton porter, hawker and tailor
  • Rev Michael Solomon Oppenheim (c.1791-1855) minister of religion
  • Theresa Otterbourg (1828-1909) schoolmistress & Bertha Lewis (1832-1896)
  • Rev Prof Jacob Prag (1816-1881) minister of religion and university lecturer
  • Jonas Reis (1819/20-1877) banker and bullion merchant
  • Joseph Leopold Rosenheim (1835-1889) cotton merchant
  • Lyon Samson (c.1786-1843) optician
  • Moses Samuel (1764/5-1839) philanthropist
  • Moses Samuel (1795-1860) clockmaker, translator and correspondent
  • The Samuell Family watchmakers, merchants and lawyers
  • Abraham Saqui (c.1824-1893) composer and choirmaster
  • Moritz Paul Tueski (c.1833-1882) professor of languages
  • Dr Joshua Van Oven (1766-1838) pioneering surgeon and school founder
  • The Yates/Samuel Family merchant dynasty

Emigrants from Lancashire

Please add the names of people from Lancashire who settled in the "New World"


South America

United States



South Africa

1820 British Settlers in South Africa

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