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UK118 Jim Molyneux’s website for A History of Molyneux in Aintree, Sefton and Kirkdale from 1612. A beautiful illustration of the Molyneux Coat of Arms is featured in this site showing the cross moline and the crest, a cap with peacock‘s feather.  Family motto vincere sat vincere = “To live is to conquer enough.”  The rectangular cross piece of a mill wheel, giving the origin of the name.  In 1066 the Moulineaux came from Rouen in Normandy and were supporters of William the Conqueror.  They supplied flour to his army and the name is derived from them being millers hence Moulin = a wheel and eaux = of the waters.   

A detailed family tree from 1612 gives names and Will details of some ancestors.  Details of Molyneux of Aintree, Sefton, Kirkby and Kirkdale, also includes the families of Harrison, Foster, Moss and  Ray. Church records for various dates include St. Helens, Sefton; St. Mary’s Walton-on-the-Hill, Liverpool; St. James Toxteth, Liverpool;  St. Chad’s Kirkby; St. Cuthbert Halsall; and St.Thomas-the Martyr-UpHolland; all in Lancashire.    Other Molyneux church records and census details are included as well as various photos of school, churches and Liverpool street scenes. 

Brian Seddon's website for The Public Benefit Boot Company. The purpose of this website is to bring together information on people associated with The Public Benefit Boot Company Ltd and allied companies – Benefit Footwear Ltd, Lennards Ltd, and Lennard Bros Ltd. The people include numerous employees, managers, dealers, directors, business associates, family members and shareholders. The main focus is on the 1880s to 1930s period – although the companies operated in various forms throughout the UK for more than a century.

UK006 Clive Molyneux's website The Molyneux Family of Wigan, Lancashire. The website covers the family named Molyneux (or possibly Molineux, Molineaux and Molyneaux), of South East Lancashire (Wigan, Pemberton and Ormskirk area), England.