About thelancashireman.org

Red rose of Lancashire


thelancashireman.org is the private homepage of David Haworth.

My e-mail address for comments, complaints, praise, spam etc. is:

delta alpha victor echo at foxtrot echo november dash november echo tango dot delta echo

That's a dash (or hyphen) between the two novembers, not an underscore. If you don't know the phonetic alphabet, well, I'm sure you can work it out.

I'm not afraid of receiving e-mail from strangers, and I especially like encrypted e-mails, even better if they are signed by the sender. My public key is available here.

When you send me an email, you consent to my storing the communication in my personal email files. Naturally, I shall delete the correspondence if you request me to do so.


If you prefer, you can use my contact form to send me a message. To go to the contact form, please answer the following question to prove that you are a human. Hint: follow the link in the question to find the answer.

In which year was Thomas Butson born?

Please note: I do not make money from this website, nor do I have any intention to do so. Don't waste your time offering a money-making opportunity or something similar, because I won't reply.


thelancashireman.org does not collect any personal information about visitors. The web hosting service keeps logs of IP addresses and files accessed for a short time, but I never look at them unless I need to diagnose a problem.

thelancashireman.org and graveyard-book.thelancashireman.org are cookie-free zones. wiki.thelancashireman.org/ sets session cookies if you attempt to log in, but is cookie-free for casual visitors.


Unless otherwise stated, all pages, images etc. on thelancashireman.org are © David Haworth and are made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 License. The factual information contained in the family history pages is of course not subject to copyright.

If you find something among these pages that you think has been used inappropriately, or is just plain wrong, please contact me by email at the address above, or use the contact form.


The W3C icons are used with permission. Please click on the icons for more information. If you find a page that fails a validation test, please let me know and I will fix it.

The red rose of Lancashire and the "Don't say..." graphic are provided by The Friends of Real Lancashire. Click on the rose at the top of this page for details or click on the "Don't say..." graphic to visit the website of The Friends of Real Lancashire.

The information in the family history pages has been culled from sources too numerous to mention, but I'd like to pick out a few for special thanks:

and of course the countless others who place transcriptions and snippets of information on the internet in case it might be of use to someone. Genealogists the world over owe a lot to you.

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