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From: Ed Hoole <>
Subject: [SHEFF] Re: Hoole manuscript
Date: Thu, 17 Oct 2002 09:57:24 -0400
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Hugh

Thank you. My Samuel came to America in 1822 and died in Cincinnati Ohio in
1857. I was hoping to find information on his line. I am aware of Henry
Elliott Hoole and have not found any connection.

Ed

Hugh Waterhouse wrote:

> hello Ed,
>
> Hoole is quite a common name in Sheffield. There were approximately 30
> housholds including that surname in 1841.
>
> The pedigree covers one family group that included, for example, the
> industrialist Henry Elliot Hoole (of the Green Lane Works). The pedigree is
> in Sheffield Archives and can be examined there. I don't know if it would be
> possible to photocopy it ? (it's a while since I looked at it).
>
> >From the Hoole information I have (and my interest is for local history
> rather than family history reasons) I can't find a Samuel of the right age
> in '41 or '51.
>
> What other information do you have about him?
>
> Hugh
> Sheffield
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Ed Hoole <>
> Sent: Wednesday, October 16, 2002 12:15 AM
> Subject: Hoole manuscript
>
> > Hugh
> >
> > You mentioned a Hoole manuscript in an Oct 15 email. I have traced my
> > family name back to Samuel Hoole christened at the Sheffield parish
> > church in May 1807. Any connections? How may I obtain more information
> > on the manuscript?
> >
> > Ed Hoole
> > Basye Virginia
> > USA


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