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Volume 34, Number 2, November 2019

Scanned image of cover of MXWorld Volume 34, No 2, Nov 2019.
  • UK137 Guayarmina Yaiza Perdomo Molyneux’s marriage to Anthony Robert Duncan Mellor 28/7/2018 in UK. A larger ceremony took place in Fuerteventura on 8th August with family & friends when that would have been her late granddad Ron Molyneux’s birthday, see p.20-21.
  • Index – Family Reps. Emails and addresses - 1
  • President’s Message, “Collaborative Family Tree Making Platforms” Steve Mullinax - 2
  • Another visit with US029 Barry Molineux by US101 Marie Mullenneix Spearman, photos - 3-5
  • US141 Hugh Jenkins 1924-2018 obit. By US101 Marie Mullenneix Spearman
    California Gold Rush Exhibition by US332 Wayne Straight, Photo - 6-7
  • Welcome to US Newcomers: US500 Kimberly & Christopher Hall, and US501 Alis Barrett; Facebook Extracts - 8-9
  • Molyneux Family of Newsham House, Liverpool. CA009 Fred Mitchell Mx. Ancestors - 10-11

 

  • News from Australia by AU019 Brian Seddon “Molyneux Farm at Mukinbudin,” Photos - 12-13
  • News from UK. New Member UK220 Jenny M. Benson – gives her website. Re-cap on US026 Ted Molyneux 90th Birthday, with photos - 14
  • UK027 John Cullwick - Molineaux of Old Park, Shropshire, Bilston and Middlesbrough - 14-17
  • Victory Medal of Lt. Benjamin Molyneux 1895-1918. UK026 & UK213 Neil Molyneux - 18-20
  • Wedding of UK137 Guayarmina Permodo Molyneux & Anthony Robert Duncan Mellor Wedding photo. Poppy Day poem. - 20-21
  • Chris Molyneux the ‘Molyneux Kale Producer’ photos. - 22
  • Elijah Molyneux of Hindley/Leominster (1861-1954) by UK148 Chris Hughes & photos - 23-25
  • Molineux in Oxfordshire by UK028 Melanie Winterbotham - 26
  • Sefton Park, Palm House, Liverpool - 27
  • Molyneux MP’s Sir Richard Molyneux 1560-1622 & Crisp Molineux 1730-1792
    Christmas Greetings. - 28

Volume 34, Number 1, August 2019

Scanned image of cover of MXWorld Volume 34, No 1, Aug 2019.
  • Cover: Photo: Loseley House, Guildford, surrey, home of the More-Molyneux family. The Mores owned the house from 1508. Home of the More-Molyneux from 1689 when Thomas Molyneux of sefton married Margaret More of Loseley. Michael More-Molyneux and his wife Sarah live there with their family. His parents Major James and Susan More-Molyneux live in a wing of the house. See page 15 when Friends of Sefton once visited the house
  • Index, copyright and Representatives addresses. Front cover description - 1
  • President’s Message, Who Were those Early Molineuxs? by Steve Mullinax - 2-3
  • James Molineaux Murder in Pennsylvania 1783 by Marie Mullenneix Spearman - 3-4
  • Story of Stoker Molineux by US329 Jim Molineux - 5-8
  • News from Australia by Margaret Molyneux Hemming: Sophie Grace Molineux Cricketer: John Molyneux ‘Williamstown Sporting Legend’ - 8-11

 

  • UK News: Comments from UK024 John Cullwick on Mx House, Wolverhampton
    UK021 Jannette Mullineaux on the ship Endeavour coming to Whitby
    UK213 Neil Molyneux’s comments on 2nd Earl of Sefton 12-13
  • William Philip 2nd Earl of Sefton article - 14-15
  • A Molyneux Journey from Friends of Sefton magazine re visit to Normandy - 16
  • UK026 Ted Molyneux’s 90th Birthday Celebrations, photos Cake with Mx Rose and family group - 17
  • One Man’s War Story of UK026 Ted Mx’s father William’s army career. - 18-19
  • News from S.Africa – Obituary of Dr. Christopher John Mx (1941-2016) - 20
  • Parish Registers for Farnworth with Kearsley, Lancashire: St.John the Evangelist; St. James New Bury; St. Peters, St. Stephen,
    St. Thomas Dixon Green, Market St. Congregational chapel, Church of New Jerusalem - 21-24
  • Enquiry from non-member Breda Reidy re Molyneux of Castle Dillon - 25
  • Face Book Extracts - 24-26
  • A Hatchment in Sefton Church - 27
  • Conclusion and SA002 Bev Molyneux’s birthday greetings. Editor’s comments. - 28

Our Editor: Betty Molyneux Brown


Blending lineages, family photos, stories and data extracts Betty creates a most enjoyable family history magazine for our very diverse, world-wide membership.

After Wes' death in January of 1995, President Betty Molyneux Brown in the UK stepped down, and immediately stepped up into the role as IMFA’s Editor. The newsletter was renamed MxWorld with a new masthead created by UK015 David Molyneux, and soon grew to 28 pages.

 

Betty’s passion and dedication to preserving and making history interesting and accessible extends to her volunteer work with her parish church. This last April, 2010, Betty was instrumental in the great success of the Prescot Church’s 400th anniversary celebration (1610-2010). Betty’s well-researched history can be read from the online pages of the Church Magazine at her church’s website: Prescot Church

Please send us your family stories and photographs, because members do like to read about other Molyneux families.