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Walters Family
Walters History

 

Walters Family

This part of the Walters family is from Nether Alderley, UK

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Walters Family

Walters History

 

Individual members of the Walters family 

(in family tree order)

 

Lucy Salthouse Lucy Walters lived in Nether Alderley, Cheshire, and married (2) John Salthouse at St Mary's Church, Nether Alderley, on the 31st March 1842. 

Born c 1822, possibly to Ann and William Walters of Nether Alderley (not confirmed), Lucy's life was not easy. Her husband, John Salthouse, was a master shoemaker, an occupation which possibly brought in enough income to survive as I haven't found any record of Lucy having to work. Lucy and John had a large family but most of the children died very young. Five children, Sophia, Annie, Lucy, William and James survived and all but Annie married and had children. Annie kept the village shop until 1906.

In common with many people in the 1870's, Lucy contracted TB. The fact that she died in Southport suggests that Lucy went there for the good of her health: she died in Southport on 1st June 1875 with her daughter Annie recorded as having been present. She was buried in the churchyard of St Mary, Nether Alderley, close to her children. She was 53 years old. The money was found from somewhere for Lucy to be taken back to Nether Alderley, it is not known with whom Lucy and Annie stayed in Southport.

 

 

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