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Welcome to my Pilkington Tree website.     
Thomas Pilkington b.c.1751 d. 1824 Wheelton is my 5 x times great-grandfather and his immediate 
descendants lived in the Horwich, Chorley and Bolton areas of Lancashire. He had very close 
links to the Presbyterian Church at Rivington where a number of the family are buried. I have 
now attempted to include his forebears, using records which I have collected over the years 
from various publications and sources. One clue is that Thomas's son Samuel was born at 
Sharples [source 1851 census]. I discovered a possible connection by chance when researching a 
certain John Pilkington bc 1793 whose children were baptised at Rivington and where he is also 
buried.  David Owen, a local historian considered that John was Thomas Pilkington's eldest son, 
however he is not mentioned in his father's Will.  I believe he was the child who was baptised 
in 1793 at Horwich, the son of Robert Pilkington and Mary Lord. John's eldest son was also 
named Robert. A search for a baptism for Robert reveals only one at that time - in 1752 - the 
son of John and Mary of Sharples. If as I believe, Thomas is also the son of John and Mary 
Pilkington of Sharples, then this would then make John baptised in 1793 his nephew, not his 
son. In my eyes, this is totally feasible.
I am aware that some of these records may not always be accurate, but I have attempted to 
compile the tree using what information is available. You will also see that this Pilkington 
branch was more than likely first related to the 'Glassworks' line during the 1600's. I have 
also included many families which are connected by marriage, especially those in the 1800's. 
                                                                                               
I will only allow those to view the tree who can prove a genuine reason for doing so.   

I would like to thank anyone who may have contributed in any way towards this research, 
especially local historian David Owen(RIP), and my distant cousins Paul Lacey and Audrey 
Foster, not forgetting my long-suffering husband Malcolm, whom I often bore with mountains of 
family tree information!  

IF YOU WISH TO VIEW THE TREE, PLEASE CONTACT ME [VIA THE LINK ABOVE] TO OBTAIN THE 
ACCESS PASSWORD.

Julie Hill, May 2016  

All corresponding pages are copyright of Julie Hill, Paul Lacey and Audrey 
Foster - 2006. All rights reserved.

 'PILKINGTON ANCESTRY' - a Facebook group for sharing and discussing our ancestry - and also 
NEW - a website about Anglezarke a very interesting site including details about the 
farms of Anglezarke and their occupants. SEE LINKS ON THE LEFT OF THIS SCREEN**
Announcement! Tree updated on 13 May 2018
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There are several ways to browse the family tree. The Tree View graphically shows the relationship of selected person to their kin. The Family View shows the person you have selected in the center, with his/her photo on the left and notes on the right. Above are the father and mother and below are the children. The Ancestor Chart shows the person you have selected in the left, with the photograph above and children below. On the right are the parents, grandparents and great-grandparents. The Descendant Chart shows the person you have selected in the left, with the photograph and parents below. On the right are the children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

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