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Joseph Baxendell (1758)

Thomas Baxendell(1792)

James Baxendell (1794)

Joseph Baxendell (1797)

Joseph Baxendell (1815)

Robert Baxendell (1824)


Baxendell Family Tree from 1580

Baxendell Family Tree - 1758 to present

Baxendell Family in Australia - 1782 to present

Documents and Images

Maintainance order on Josiah Backstendeane(Jozyas Backstonden), brother of our ancestor Roger, - 1666

Josiah Baxendale (1701-1764)Cabinet Maker of Liverpool
An Account of the Prosecution of his Apprentice at the Lancaster Quarter Sessions.

Joseph Baxendell (1797-1867) Hatter of Denton
Mention of his public works in Denton
(also mention of John GOULD, husband of Betty Brindle BAXENDELL)

Marriage Certificates or Records:
Joseph Baxendell & Catherine Brindle - 1787
Edward Baxendell & mary Zipporah Elder - 1846
Robert Baxendell & Eliza Hannah Hughes - 1846
James Baxendell & Emma Simpkins - 1873
Harold Baxendell & Agnes Mary Miles - 1903

Birth certificates & Christening Records
Thomas Baxendell -1792
James Baxendell - 1794
William Baxendell - 1800
James Baxendell - 1851
William Edward Baxendell - 1851
Charles Baxendell - 1856
Harold Baxendell - 1882
Alfred Baxendell - 1913

Death certificates
James Baxendell - 1844

Josiah Baxendale - 1763
Joseph Baxendell - 1827

Ducie Street, Piccadilly Manchester.(O.S.  1851  6" to Mile)
Joseph's Coal Yard in Ducie Street - Detail.
Hooley Hill, 1851 (showing site of Joseph's former hat manufactory)
Denton, 1851 (Showing Joseph's dwelling at Moorfield house, and Thomas' at Bridge House Fold)
Cheetham Street and Smedley 1851 (Homes of Thomas senr.)

The "Young Australia" in which Edward Baxendell emigrated to Australia in 1862 with his family.
Extracts from Programme notes for plays in which Arthur Baxendell appeared.


 A relationship chart, so you can work out whose 5th cousin twice removed you are!!

Still to Come!!

Gedcom Files:   These files contain a complete linked history of all the individuals traced so far, including sources, notes and illustrations. They are searchable and can be used to create a variety of reports, charts and lists. They are a universal standard which can be read by most dedicated Genealogy Programs.
Gedcom File of Baxendells in Lancashire from 1560
Gedcom File of descendants of Edward Baxendell in Australia.
Gedcom file of Baxendell descendants of John Baxendell and family, emigrants to Pennsylvania c.1865

Link to site for Free Genealogy Program to read Gedcom Files