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With our experts Jayne Shrimpton, Emma Jolly, Mary Evans, Simon Fowler, David Frost and Christine Wibberley


Not a carte de visite format…

QThese family photos are not in the usual carte de visite format, being mounted on card in thick cream paper folders measuring 5 ½ins x 7 ¾ins, including the mounts. The photograph portraying a woman has ‘Mrs Timothy Coop’ written on the back cover: otherwise there is no other printing or writing. Please could you help me to work out which Mrs Coop she may be. Timothy Coop, born 1817 in Westhoughton, died 1887 in the USA, had three wives, marrying each soon after the previous one had died. The wives were:

1 Ruth Walsh: born 1806 Bolton; married 1842 Wigan; died 1854 Wigan

2 Ellen Haigh: B 1835 Huddersfield; M 1854 Huddersfield; D 1875 Southport

3 Amelia Garnett: B 1832 Penketh; M 1876 Warrington; D March 1914 Penketh.Gill Clough

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