********
*
* NAMES OF INTEREST:
*
* Major Interest:
*   Booth, Cooper, Elliott, Fairburn, Garratt, Glover,
*   Hodgkins, Jago, Knapton, Lancashire,
*   Phillips, Ross, Ward, Watson, Wilson
*
* Minor Interest:
*   Arthur, Baxter, Box, Brooke (Brookes), Dawson, Davis,
*   Hainsworth, Hardy, Jerman, Knight,
*   Lamb, Langley, Lees, Lester, Love, Michell, Mooney (Moony),
*   Oates, Pardo, Pearson, Pipes, Pullen, Purdy,
*   Shaw, Smith, Stead, Stevenson, Waller
*
* Turner?
*
********

********
* Who are:
*   \Ann Turner:c1823\ Borne May, 9. 182[3?]
*   \Joseph Turner:1827\ Borne January, 27 1827
*   \William Turner:1832\ Borne February [6?] 1832
* as recorded, handwritten, in the Hodgkins family bible????
* Who are the Turners, and how do they connect (if at all)
* with the Hodgkins????
* Benjamin Hodgkins <60> marriage also records William Turner as a witness.
********

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*
* Readers Notes:
*
* 1.
* This file is best printed in landscape in 8-point Courier New or equivalent.
*
* 2.
* Numbers in <> refer to the IDs of other people in the tree.
*
* 3.
* All exact dates are either in the UK date format - DD/MM/YYYY, eg. 14/03/1988 or 04/01/1988,
* or in the genealogical standard date format - D MMM YYYY eg. 14 MAR 1988 or 4 JAN 1988.
* Prior to 1752, New Years Day was 25th March (Lady Day), from 1752 NYD changed to the
* 1st January we know.  Dates before 1752 with a '(L)' following them, eg. 04/01/1724(L) or 4 JAN 1724(L),
* are of the old style, while dates with a '(N)' following them, eg. 04/01/1725(N) or 4 JAN 1725(N),
* are of the new Gregorian style (if before 1752 they have been pre-converted).
* They may be written as 04/01/1724(L)1725(N) recording both forms.
* If it is not known which new year system a date uses, it may be written 04/01/1724(X)
* (meaning that if the date in the source data, written 1724, was in the old system, then it is 1725 converted
*  to the new, but if it was already converted to the new system then it remains 1724.)
* Dates in or after 1752 with no indication of the date system used may be reasonably assumed to be of the new form.
* Dates before 1752 with no indication of the date system used may be reasonably assumed to be of the old form.
* Also, note that in September 1752, 10 days were dropped in conversion/synchronisation to the
* Gregorian calendar, such that the day after 02/09/1752 was 14/09/1752 - be careful with the year 1752!
*
* 4.
* Approximate dates (usually derived from ages on censues) are written c{nnnn}, eg. c1870.
* Approximate dates from census ages are usually accurate +/- 2 years, providing that the person knew how
* old they were and that they didn't lie!
*
* 5.
* Sources of the data in the file are recorded in [square brackets]
* and include the following abbreviations/shortcuts:
*   nnnnC     : Census - eg. 1841C, 1851C, 1861C, 1871C, 1881C, 1891C, 1901C, 1911C
*   AB        : Anne Bowen
*   AG        : Andrew Greenfield
*   bible     : Family bible
*   cert      : Certificate (birth, marriage or death)
*   CK        : Charlotte Ketterer
*   CM2       : Claire Milburn
*   CWGC      : Commonwealth War Graves Commission
*   FL        : Faith Lindley Smith
*   christine : Christine Jerman (Ward) <5>
*   grev      : Greville Watson <11>
*   HK        : Hugh Knapton (one-name study)
*   IGI       : International Genealogical Index
*   JD        : Jill Dunhill
*   JL        : Jonathon Lidster
*   JM        : Jennifer Mooney
*   JP        : Jennifer Purdy
*   karen     : Karen Stevenson (Ward) <2>
*   KS        : Karen Shaw
*   ref       : Reference (eg. certificate reference)
*   PR        : Parish Registers/Records
*   RVCP      : Rother Valley Country Park
*   SE        : Sheila Extance
*   SJ        : Syd Jago
*   SN        : Susan Norman (Mooney)
*   VRI       : Vital Records Index
*
* 6.
* The "Position" field is denoted as:
*   the initial 0 is me (Ian Ward <1>)
*   additional zeros on the right denote a persons father
*   additional ones on the right denote a persons mother
*   a # denotes a sibling
*   a * denotes marriage
*   a ^ denotes offspring
* eg. I (Ian Ward <1>) am 0
*     My sister is 0#
*     My father is 00
*     My mother is 01
*     My uncle on my mothers side is my mothers brother, or 01#
*     My paternal grandfather is 000
*     My paternal grandmother is 001
*     My maternal grandmother is 011
*     My maternal grandfather is 010
*     My grandfather (on my mothers side) second marriage is 010*
*     The offspring of that second marriage are 010*^
* Position numbers that are wholely numeric are actually similar to an 'ahnentafel' number
* (type it into your favourite search engine for a description of what that means, if you don't know).
* To convert these to an ahnentafel, change the leading '0' to a '1', treat the resulting number as
* being in binary and convert it to decimal.  Ahnentafels with a base descendant other than myself
* can also be calculated relatively easily from these Position numbers with a little coding.
*
* 7.
* Generation numbers are organised as follows:
*   I (Ian Ward <1>) am generation 0, the base generation for this tree.  So are my sister and first cousins.
*   Past generations before mine are negative, so my mum and dad are gen -1, my grandparents -2, etc.
*   Younger generations are positive, so my children will be generation +1, their children +2, etc.
*
********

_PRIVATE_
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ID:       <1>
Status:   L
(Private)

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ID:       <2>
Status:   L
(Private)

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ID:       <3>
Status:   L
(Private)_
_PUBLIC

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ID:       <4>
Status:   L
(Private)

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ID:       <5>
Status:   L
(Private)

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ID:       <6>
Status:   D
Name:     \Kathleen Hodgkins\
          dads mother
Gender:   F
Gen:      -2
Position: 001
Born:     18/01/1917, Aston, Rotherham [confirmed by birth certificate]
Married:  25/10/1941, Aston, from marriage certificate
          She lived at 8 Grange Avenue, Swallownest.
          Father is recorded as Henry Hodgkins, a Surface (?)Wriher(?), deceased.
          Witnesses were Albert Hodgkins (brother) and (Kednuck? Redilick?) Ward.
Died:     16/04/1997, Hackenthorpe, Sheffield, Yorkshire
          Died at home in Hackenthorpe.
          Buried in Aston cemetary, Aston, Yorkshire - I think - possibly Beighton cemetary (Beighton, Sheffield, Yorkshire)
Partner:  <7>
Child:    <3>
Child:    <5>
Father:   <41>
Mother:   <42>
Sibling:  \Albert Hodgkins:1898\ (16/09/1898), lived in Deal, Kent.  [bible] [1901C]
            Aged 2 in 1901; born c1899, Woodhouse Mill, Yorkshire; living at Swallownest, Aston cum Aughton [1901C].
            Aged 12 in 1911; born c1899, Woodhouse Mill, Yorkshire; living at 4 George Square, Aston cum Aughton [1911C].
            Wife was \Doris _____:c1898\  [1901C]
            They lived at 38 Ethelbert Road, Deal, Kent. [Dad]
            Married 07/12/1935.  [bible]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
            Son: \Peter Hodgkins:1935\ (11/12/1935), 21 Wellington Road, Deal, Kent.  [Dad] [bible]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
            Son: \Michael Hodgkins:1943\ (15/10/1943) [Dad] [bible]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
          \Nell Hodgkins:1900:c1969\ (01/04/1900)  ["Auntie Nell"]
            Aged 1 in 1901; born c1900, Swallownest, Yorkshire; living at Swallownest, Aston cum Aughton [1901C].
            Aged 11 in 1911; born c1900, Swallownest, Yorkshire; living at 4 George Square, Aston cum Aughton [1911C].
            Died circa 1969, believed by Dad to be early December 1969.
            Cremated on 10/12/1969, at Rotherham Crematorium, based on crematorium expenses dated 18/12/1969.
            Still recorded as Nellie Hodgkins in death indexes, so presumably never married.
            Worked on ships (unknown as what) - on the Cunard and (I believe) on the Queen Mary.
            There is a photo of her on board a ship in her uniform, and a photo in a Hodgkins photo album of her on the (Queen Mary?).
            Nell kept extensive photos.  I have a photo album of hers, including many pictures of herself and other Hodgkins.
          \Jim Hodgkins:1902\ (04/05/1902), lived in Deal, Kent
            Aged 8 in 1911; born c1903, Selston, Nottinghamshire; living at 4 George Square, Aston cum Aughton [1911C].
            Wife was \Ivy _____:c1902\.
            Son: \Allan Hodgkins:1937\ (09/06/1937), 24 St Andrews Road, Deal, Kent
            Daughter: \Jean Hodgkins\, Prospect House, The Street, Worth, Deal, Kent
              She married Leslie.
            Son: \Brian Hodgkins:1946\ (05/02/1946 [1940?]), 78 West Street, Deal, Kent
          \Anne Hodgkins:1904:1979\ (11/03/1904) (reg. as 09/03/1904), Selston, Nottinghamshire [place from death certificate].
            Aged 7 in 1911; named 'Annie'; born c1904, Selston, Nottinghamshire; living at 4 George Square, Aston cum Aughton [1911C].
            Worked as a Steel Inspector [death certificate].
            Lived at "Quest", Aughton Lane, Aston, Sheffield [death certificate and other items]
            Died 04/12/1979, Northern General Hospital, Sheffield [death certificate].
            Cause of death was Mycocardial (?)infarction(?) (infection? inflammation?), Ischaemic Heart Disease,
               certified by S.Quiyuin, registered 05/12/1979 by Kathleen.
            She never married [death certificate].
          \Edith Hodgkins:1908\ (20/09/1908), lived in Derby
            Aged 3 in 1911; born c1907, Aughton, Yorkshire; living at 4 George Square, Aston cum Aughton [1911C].
            Married \Lawrence Cheney:c1908\
            Son: \John Cheney\ ( live in Derby ) children \Andy Cheney\ + a daughter \? Cheney\ (don't know name)
            Son: \David Cheney\ ( live in Derby )  children - \Richard Cheney\ + \Nicola Cheney\.
          \Harry Hodgkins:1911:1997\
            Born 29/09/1911, Aston, Rotherham, confirmed by birth certificate
            Died early October 1997 (phone call occurred on day of Grandpa's (John Ward <7>) funeral that Harry had died, and thus occurred in early October 1997)
            Lived in Deal, Kent
            Wife was \Hilda _____:c1911\.
            Son: \Adrian Hodgkins\ (??/10/????)
              If the "Adrian" in my transcription is the same man, then he was born
              on 02/01/???? or 03/01/????
            Adopted son: \Keith Hodgkins\
Notes:

Kathleen kept extensive photos.  I have a photo album of hers, including many pictures of herself,
children David Ward and Christine Ward, and other Hodgkins.
I also have a loose photo of her marriage to John Ward <7> and her passport issued 1970.

Who is \Janet Hodgkins:1946\, from the family bible as in
  [J?]anet Hodgkins Born January 23rd 1946
and is she significant?

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_PUBLIC_

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Mar 1917
  Name:    Kathleen Hodgkins
  Mothers maiden name: Cooper
  District: Rotherham
  Vol/Page: 9e/1250
  Researched: 06/08/2003, Harris Library, Preston
  Certificate: Received in post 19/08/2003

Kathleen Hodgkins birth certificate (short) :
  I, the undersigned, Do hereby certify that the Birth
  of Kathleen Hodgkins born on the 18th day of January One thousand nine hundred and Seventeen
  has been duly registered by me at Entry No. 290 of my Register Book No. ____
  Witness my hand this 14th day of February 1917
  (sig) M.J.Lister
  District  Rotherham   Sub-district  Aston

Birth certificate (long) :
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT  Rotherham
  1917 in the Sub-district of Aston in the County of Yorks (W.R.)
  No    When/where                     Name       Sex    Father            Mother
  290   Eighteenth January 1917        Kathleen   Girl   Henry Hodgkins    Annie Hodgkins formerly Cooper
        4 George Square Aughton R.D
  Occupation of father   Informant (sig, description, residence)       When reg                   Registrar
  Colliery Surface Man   A.Hodgkins, Mother, 4 George Square Aughton   Fourteenth February 1917   M J Lister

Kathleen and Johns marriage certificate :
  The Parish Church of Aston in the County of Yorks
  When married   Name                Age  Condition  Profession    Residence                  Fathers name     Profession
  Oct 25th 1941  John Ward           28   Bachelor   Electrician   19 High St Beighton        John Ward        Joiner
                 Kathleen Hodgkins   24   Spinster    -            8 Grange Ave Swallownest   Henry Hodgkins   Surface Wriher[?] (deceased)
  ...in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England by - or after banns by...
  (witnesses) Frederick Ward, Arthur Hodgkins
  (sig) Arthur R Himer
  I, Arthur Redand Himer, Rector of Aston in the County[?] of Yak[?] do...
  ...opy of the Entry No 212 in the Register Book of Marriages of the said Church.
  Witness my hand this 25th day of October 1941
  (sig) Arthur R Himer

Harry Hodgkins birth certificate :
  I, the undersigned, Do hereby certify that the Birth
  of Harry Hodgkin born on the 29th day of September One thousand nine hundred and Eleven
  has been duly registered by me at Entry No. 459 of my Register Book No. [2? this is unclear]
  Witness my hand this 6th day of November 1911
  (sig) M.J.Lister
  District  Rotherham   Sub-district  Aston

Annie Hodgkins death certificate :
  DEATH  Entry No. 84
  1. Date and place of death   Fourth December 1979
     Northern General Hospital, Sheffield
  2. Name and surname   Annie HODGKINS
  3. Sex   Female
  4. Maiden surname of woman who has married   ---
  5. Date and place of birth   Steel Inspector (retired)
     Quest, Aughton Lane, Aston, Sheffield.
  7.(a) Name and surname of informant   Kathleen WARD
    (b) Qualification   Sister
  8. Cause of death   a myocardial infarction [infection?]
     b Ischaemic Heart Disease
     certified by S.Qaiyum M.B
  9. I certify that the particulars given to me above are true to the best of my knowledge and belief
     Signature of informant
     (sig) K.Ward
  10. Date of registration   Fifth December 1979
  11. Signature of registrar
      (sig) B.Hodgkinson   Registrar

David Ward's <4> birth certificate in 1944 states John Ward's <7> occupation
as a Colliery Electrician.  The place of birth is stated as the residence of the family
(John <7> and Kathleen <6>) at 31 Rosemary Road, Beighton.  The birth occurred at 3:20am.

Dad:

Kathleen Hodgkins ( Your grandma )     17 Jan 1917  Grandma's brothers & sisters :-
                                       ^^^^^^^^^^^ YES, IT SAYS THE 17TH, IT'S WRONG.
****Albert Hodgkins          16 Sept 1898 - lived in Deal, Kent. Wife was Doris Hodgkins - lived at 38 Ethelbert Road, Deal, Kent.
Nell Hodgkins               1 April 1900
**Jim Hodgkins                 4 May 1902 - lived in Deal, Kent Wife was Ivy Hodgkins.
Anne Hodgkins             11 March 1904
***Edith Hodgkins             20 Sept 1908 ( lived in Derby )
*****Harry Hodgkins            29 Sept 1911 lived in Deal, Kent. Wife was Hilda Hodgkins

Notes :-

** Allan Hodgkins                           24 St Andrews Road, Deal, Kent -son of   Jim Hodgkins
     Jean ? Married Leslie ?                Prospect House, The Street,Worth, Deal, Kent.daughter if Jim Hodgkins
     Brian Hodgkins                           78 West Street, Deal, Kent; son  of                                 "

***  sons of Edith Cheney - nee Hodgkins ( grandma's sister ) who married Lawrence Cheney :-
John Cheney ( live in Derby ) children Andy Cheney + a daughter (don't know name )
David Cheney ( live in Derby )  children - Richard Cheney & Nicola Cheney.

**** Peter Hodgkins, 21 Wellington Road, Deal, Kent - son of Albert Hodgkins
**** Angela Thomas ( married name ) 5 Cavell Square Deal, Kent - daughter of Albert Hodgkins.???

***** Keith Hodgkins - adopted son of Harry Hodgkins.

My transcription of same source (family bible) :

[first piece of paper]
Albert Hodgkins Born September 16th (10th?) 1898
[W|A][e?o?]lis Hodgkins Born April 1st 1900
  [Dad transcribed this as Nell, entirely possible it says 'Nellie']
Jim Hodgkins Born May 4th [190_ crossed out] 1902
Annie Hodgkins 'registered 9' Born 11th March 1904 but registered 9th
Edith Hodgkins Born September 20th 1908 [also the number '2' above the year, not sure what what that connects to]
-
[other side]
Kathleen Hodgkins Born January 17.1.1917
Harry Hodgkins Born September 29th (1911) [number 2 crossed out]
-
[2nd piece of paper]
Peter Hodgkins Born December 11th 19[2 or 3, prob 3]5
Allan Hodgkins Born June 9th 1937
Brian Hodgkins Born 5th February 194[0? 6?, prob 0]
Michael Hodgkins born 15th October 1943
[J?]anet Hodgkins Born January 23rd 1946
Adrian Born October (Jan [2? 3?] Born)
[new page]
Albert Hodgkins married December 7th 1935


1911 Census - Henry Hodgkins, Annie Hodgkins (Annie Cooper); children Albert, Nellie, Jim, Annie, Edith; brother-in-law James Cooper (brother of Annie Cooper)
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN28039 RG78PN1602 RD511 SD1 ED3 SN331
Schedule Number: 331
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County:	Yorkshire West Riding
District: Rotherham
Subdistrict: Aston
Enumeration District: 3
Parish: Aston cum Aughton
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 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace              Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~    ~   Born   ~    ~
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 Henry Hodgkins       Head         M   43  Married   13                  Coal Miner, Hewer                            Worker            Stafford, Ogley Hay     c1868  <41>
 Annie Hodgkins       Wife         F   36  Married   13      5   5   0                                                                  Worcester, Netherton    c1875  Annie Cooper <42>
 Albert Hodgkins      Son          M   12                                School                                                         Yorks, Woodhouse Mill   c1899  <<6>>
 Nellie Hodgkins      Daughter     F   11                                School                                                         Yorks, Swallow nest     c1900  <<6>>
 Jim Hodgkins         Son          M    8                                School                                                         Notts, Selston          c1903  <<6>>
 Annie Hodgkins       Daughter     F    7                                School                                                         Notts, Selston          c1904  <<6>>
 Edith Hodgkins       Daughter     F    3                                School                                                         Yorks, Aughton          c1907  <<6>>
 James Cooper         Boarder      M   24  Single                        Coal Miner Filler                            Worker            Yorks, Aston            c1887  <<42>>
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    Number of Rooms 4
    Signature       (sig) Henry Hodgkins
    Postal Address  4 George Square
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1901 census information:
  PRO Reference
  RG Number, Series	RG13
  Piece	4390
  Folio	55
  Page	45
  Schedule Number	251
Location:
  Address	Swallownest
  Civil Parish	Aston Cum Aughton
  Rural District	--
  Town or Village or Hamlet	Swallownest
  Parliamentary Borough or Division	Rotherham
  Ecclesiastical Parish	All Saints
  Administrative County	Yorkshire
  County Borough, Municipal Borough or Urban District	--
  Ward of Municipal Borough or Urban District	--
Henry Hodgkins, 33, Coal Miner Hewer, born Staffordshire
Ann Hodgkins, 26, born Worcestershire
Albert Hodgkins, 2, born Yorks Woodhouse Mill
Nellie Hodgkins, 1, born Yorks Swallownest

Henry Hodgkins <41> is recorded on Kathleen Hodgkins <6> birth certificate in 1917 as a
"Colliery Surface Man" (Colliery Surface Manager?).  He and Annie <42> were in residence at
4 George Square, Aughton, where Kathleen was born.

1837online.com births search for Albert Hodgkins (30/10/2003) :
Sep 1898  HOD/1  --
Dec 1898  HOD/2  HODGKINS, Albert, Sheffield, 9c/672
                 HODGKINS, Albert William, Kensington, 1a/102

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Dec 1898
  Name:    Albert Hodgkins
  Mothers maiden name: ???
  District: Sheffield
  Vol/Page: 9c/672
  Researched: 30/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 31/10/2003 ; Received 07/11/2003.

Birth of Albert Hodgkins <<6>> :
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  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Sheffield
  1898 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Handsworth in the County of York
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  57   Sixteenth September 1898       Albert       Boy    Henry              Ann               Coal Miner           Ann Hodgkins         Twenty Fifth        John Hardcastle
       Woodhouse Mill  UD                                 Hodgkins           Hodgkins                               Mother               October 1898        Registrar
                                                                             formerly                               Swallownest
                                                                             Cooper
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1837online.com marriages search for Albert Hodgkins (30/10/2003) :
Dec 1935  HOD/2/1  HODGKINS, Albert G., ROBERTS, Evesham, 6c/555 (6o?)  ???????????????
Mar 1936  HOD/2    --

1837online.com births search for Edith Hodgkins (30/10/2003) :
Sep 1908  HOD/1  --
Dec 1908  HOD/1  --

1837online.com births search for Nell Hodgkins (30/10/2003) :
Jun 1900  HOD/2  HODGKINS, Nellie, Rotherham, 9c/705

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Jun 1900
  Name:    Nellie Hodgkins
  Mothers maiden name: ???
  District: Rotherham
  Vol/Page: 9c/705
  Researched: 30/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 31/10/2003 ; Received 07/11/2003.

Birth of Nellie Hodgkins <<6>> :
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  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Rotherham
  1900 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Aston in the County of York
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  246  First April 1900               Nellie       Girl   Henry              Ann               Coal Miner           A Hodgkins           Seventh May 1900    H J Lister
       Swallownest Aston  RD                              Hodgkins           Hodgkins                               Mother                                   Registrar
                                                                             formerly                               Swallownest
                                                                             Cooper                                 Aston
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1837online.com births search for Jim Hodgkins (30/10/2003) :
Jun 1902  HOD/1  HODGKINS, James, Kidderminster, 6c/227
                 HODGKINS, Jim, Basford, 7b/188  ?????????????????
Sep 1902  HOD/2  --

1837online.com deaths search for Nell Hodgkins (30/10/2003) :
Dec 1969  HOD/2/1&2  HODGKINS, Nellie, 01/04/1900, Sheffield, 2d/87

GRO death index:
  Quarter: Dec 1969
  Name:    Nellie Hodgkins <<6>>
  Age/DOB: 01/04/1900
  District: Sheffield
  Vol/Page: 2d/87
  Researched: 30/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Not ordered.

1837online.com births search for Anne Hodgkins (30/10/2003) :
Mar 1904  HOD/2  HODGKINS, Annie Elizabeth, Stafford, 6b/16
Jun 1904  HOD/1  HODGKINS, Annie, Besford (Basford?), 7b/170  ???????????????

1837online.com births search for Harry Hodgkins (30/10/2003) :
Sep 1911  HOD/2/1  --
Dec 1911  HOD/2/1  HODGKINS, Harry, COOPER, Rotherham, 9c/1390

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Dec 1911
  Name:    Harry Hodgkins
  Mothers maiden name: Cooper
  District: Rotherham
  Vol/Page: 9c/1390
  Researched: 30/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 31/10/2003 ; Received 07/11/2003.

Birth of Harry Hodgkins <<6>> :
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  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Rotherham
  1911 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Aston in the County of Yorks (W.R)
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  459  Twenty ninth September 1911    Harry        Boy    Henry              Ann               Coal Miner           A Hodgkins           Sixth November      H J Lister
       4 George Square  Aughton  RD                       Hodgkins           Hodgkins                               Mother               1911                Registrar
                                                                             formerly                               4 George Square
                                                                             Cooper                                 Aughton
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ID:       <7>
Status:   D
Name:     \John ("Jack") Ward\
          dads dad
Gender:   M
Gen:      -2
Position: 000
Born:     13/01/1913, Eckington, Chesterfield [confirmed by birth certificate]
Married:  25/10/1941, Aston, from marriage certificate, recorded occupation is Electrician
          He lived at 19 High St, Beighton, Sheffield, Yorkshire.
          Father is recorded as John Ward, a Joiner.
          Witnesses were Albert Hodgkins (<6>'s brother) and (Kednuck? Redilick?) Ward (John's brother?).
Died:     30/09/1997
          Buried in Aston cemetary, Aston, Yorkshire - I think - possibly Beighton cemetary (Beighton, Sheffield, Yorkshire)
Partner:  <6>
Child:    <3>
Child:    <5>
Father:   <45>
Mother:   <44>
Sibling:  \Mary Elizabeth Ward:1908:2008\
            Born 17/10/1908
            Died 21/04/2008
            Aged 2 in 1911; Born c1909, Beighton, Derbyshire; Living at High Street, Beighton [1911C]
            Lived at Beighton.
            Visible as a baby in group family photo featuring  Hilda Ward (Glover) <44> (photo in Bedgreave Mill doc).
            She and sister Hilda lived together on Huigh St, Beighton.  In older age Hilda would see well but was a
            bit deaf while Mary couldn't see well but had good hearing - they made a good team.
            Mary was a school teacher at Beighton School with her friend and later headteacher Betty Hall.
              (See http://www.ourbeighton.org.uk/template.aspx?itemid=1850)
            She started as a teacher there in 1929 and retired 46 years later in 1975.  She had a good memory for faces.
            Present at the death of grandfather Williamson Glover <56>, George and Dragon Hotel, Beighton, in 1933. [cert]
            She was actively involved with her local church, St Mary's.
            Mary went into a home - Aughton Grange? - in about the mid to late 1990's.
            Died morning of 21/04/2008 - she didn't quite make it to 100.
            Funeral service held at 12.15pm at the Methodist Bethel Chapel (on Robin Lane) in Beighton on
            Wednesday 30/04/2008 - her local church St Mary's was closed for renovations.  She is buried in
            Beighton Cemetary on School Lane (opposite no. 114), Beighton - grave is on the fifth row on the
            left hand side, near the end, next to that of one Arnold Gibson.  The funeral director was
            George Mirfin & Son, Manvers Road, Beighton, a distant cousin of Mary's.
            Sister Bessie was ill and could not attend the funeral.
              ===============================================
              Date:  Wed, 23 Apr 2008 20:25:11 +0100 [23/04/08 20:25:11 BST]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
              Subject:  Auntie Mary
              Hi there. Sorry to send sad news, Auntie Mary died on Monday morning. didnt quite make 100.
              My cousin John rang on Monday evening he said Auntie Hilda has taken it quite well. He had been to
              Derby to empty Auntie Bessies flat ,she went into a home last week.
              I hope the funeral will be before we go to Cyprus next Thurs.
              Hope you are well Love Auntie Chris & Uncle Rickxx
              ===============================================
          \Arthur Ward:1910:1995\
            Born 22/07/1910
            Died 27(?)/02/1995
            Aged 8 months in 1911; Born c1910, Beighton, Derbyshire; Living at High Street, Beighton [1911C]
          \Hilda Ward:1915\
            Born 31/03/1915, 85 high st
_LK-2015_
_PUBLIC_
          \Fred Ward:1918:2003\
            Born 16/03/1918
            Died 12/10/2003 (funeral 21/10/2003, Beighton)
          \Bessie Ward:1921\
            Born 14/04/1921, 85 high st; twin to Francis
_LK-2021_
_PUBLIC_
          \Francis Ward:1921:1924\
            Born 14/04/1921; twin to Bessie
            Died age 2 yrs 10 months (so approx February 1924)
          \Joyce Ward:D:1925:1990\
            Born 26/07/1925 and died 27/08/1990 (according to Hilda)
            Born 25/07/1925 and died 30/08/1990 according to my transcript of a conversation I had with Mervyn [mervyn]
            Dad <3> said she died in her 60's, heart attack behind the wheel of a car, Mervyn confirms this [dad, mervyn]
            Married to \Mervyn Esgar Pillinger:1924\
_LK-2024_
_PUBLIC_
              He was at one point was general manager of the Booth and Fisher bus company, from 1940 [mervyn]
              (after being in the air force for 5 years) [mervyn]
              Mervyn had a brother (elder brother), \Raymond Esgar Pillinger\ [mervyn]
              Mervyns father was \Frank Pillinger:c1891\ [mervyn]
                Frank died (c?)1960 aged 69 (so born c1891) [mervyn]
                Frank moved to Killamarsh to live with aunt [mervyn]
                Frank lived in Denby Dale [mervyn]
                Frank had brothers: [mervyn]
                  \Harry Pillinger\ (invalid, died young) [mervyn]
                  \Tom Pillinger\, elder brother to Frank, in army in WW1 [mervyn]
                    Tom has/had 2 daughters [mervyn]
_LK-2024_
_PUBLIC_
            See http://www.busandcoachenthusiast.co.uk/fleethistories/booth.htm for info on Booth and Fisher
            and http://www.j31.co.uk/booth.htm for some info on the booth family
Notes:

I have a loose photo of his marriage to Kathleen Hodgkins <6> and his passport issued 1970.

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Mar 1913
  Name:    John Ward
  Mothers maiden name: Glover
  District: Chesterfield
  Vol/Page: 7b/1514
  Researched: 06/08/2003, Harris Library, Preston
  Certificate: Received in post 19/08/2003

Birth certificate (short) :
  I, the undersigned, Do hereby certify that the Birth
  of John Ward born on the 13th day of January One thousand nine hundred and Thirteen
  has been duly registered by me at Entry No. 25 of my Register Book No. 46
  Witness my hand this 13th day of February 1913
  (sig) A.Jackson
  District  CHESTERFIELD   Sub-district  ECKINGTON

Birth certificate (long) :
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT  Chesterfield
  1913 in the Sub-district of Eckington in the County of Derby
  No    When/where                     Name   Sex   Father       Mother
  25    Thirteenth January 1913        John   Boy   John Ward    Hilda Ward formerly Glover
        85 High Street Beighton R.D
  Occupation of father   Informant (sig, description, residence)       When reg                   Registrar
  Joiner (journeyman)    Hilda Ward, Mother, 85 High Street Beighton   Thirteenth February 1913   Arthur Jackson

Kathleen and Johns marriage certificate :
  The Parish Church of Aston in the County of Yorks
  When married   Name                Age  Condition  Profession    Residence                  Fathers name     Profession
  Oct 25th 1941  John Ward           28   Bachelor   Electrician   19 High St Beighton        John Ward        Joiner
                 Kathleen Hodgkins   24   Spinster    -            8 Grange Ave Swallownest   Henry Hodgkins   Surface Wriher[?] (deceased)
  ...in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England by - or after banns by...
  (witnesses) Frederick Ward, Arthur Hodgkins
  (sig) Arthur R Himer
  I, Arthur Redand Himer, Rector of Aston in the County[?] of Yak[?] do...
  ...opy of the Entry No 212 in the Register Book of Marriages of the said Church.
  Witness my hand this 25th day of October 1941
  (sig) Arthur R Himer

John Wards <7> birth certificate in 1913 says he was born at 85 High Street, Beighton, the
family home of parents John Ward <45> and Hilda Glover <44>.  John Ward senior <45> is
described as a "Joiner (Journeyman)".

David Ward's <4> birth certificate in 1944 states John Ward's <7> occupation
as a Colliery Electrician.  The place of birth is stated as the residence of the family
(John <7> and Kathleen <6>) at 31 Rosemary Road, Beighton.  The birth occurred at 3:20am.

Booth Michael (michael2002york@yahoo.co.uk) says on Mervyn and Joyce:
On Wed, 10 Sep 2003 18:43:10 +0100 (BST), Booth Michael wrote:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Yep, Mervyn Pillinger was general manager of Booth and Fisher's and
  was my dad's first cousin.  His mother was my great-aunt, Hilda
  Booth, sister of the founders of Booth and Fisher.  She married
  Frank Pillinger, father of Mervyn and, I think, Raymond. 
--------------------------------------------------------------------------

Also relating into the tree, and connected with the Wards, are Susan and Alan (Green?),
with daughter Nicole.  It is unclear yet how they relate in, however.


In 1912, Bernard Ward <<90>> wrote a letter (on paper headed "Bernard Ward", "BERNARD WARD, HOG SALESMAN, 26, CHARNWOOD STREET, DERBY.")
dated 12/06/1912 to 'Jack' (actually John <45>).
It contains a statement that 'Jack' is married, and an implication that 'Jack' has a nine month old daughter:
    "glad to hear that you are happily married + comfortable.
     she is a bonny girl of nine months.  should think you are both proud of her"


1911 Census - John Ward, Hilda Ward (Hilda Glover), children Mary Ward, Arthur Ward
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN21131 RG78PN1259 RD438 SD4 ED1 SN238
Schedule Number: 238
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Derbyshire
District: Chesterfield
Subdistrict: Eckington
Enumeration District: 1
Parish: Beighton
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace            Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~   ~  Born   ~    ~
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 John Ward            Head         M   26  Married   Three   Two Two None   Joiner Builder                            Worker            Derby                 c1885  <45>
 Hilda Ward           Wife         F   24  Married   Three                                                                              Beighton Derbyshire   c1887  Hilda Glover <44>
 Mary Ward            Daughter     F    2 years                                                                                         Beighton Derbyshire   c1909  <<7>>
 Arthur Ward          Son          M    8 mths                                                                                          Beighton Derbyshire   c1910  <<7>>
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Number of Rooms 4
    Signature       (sig) John Ward
    Postal Address  High Street, Beighton, nr Sheffield
---------------------------------------------------------


=
Search for death of Joyce Ward in 1837online.com
Mar 1961  WAR/1/3  WARD, Joyce, age 19, Leigh, 10d/73
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Mar 1964  WAR/2/1  WARD, Joyce D., age 34, Smethwick [Smeihwick?], 9b/478
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  Reported fault:
    Deaths April-June 1962, PIK-PIN, page 1
    Image does not download from server.
    Other images for quarters and surnames around this download fine.  Problem occurred consistently over multiple attempts.
  Update:
    Eventually got the image - after temporarily disabling the firewall!
    Looks strongly like getting the image was causing process SYMPROXYSVC.EXE
    to leap up and take up 60-70% of the CPU, and also block the image somehow,
    though no security alerts were raised and nothing of note appears in the
    firewall events log.
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=

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <8>
Status:   D
Name:     \Beatrice Margaret Knapton\
          mums mum
Gender:   F
Gen:      -2
Position: 011
Born:     04/12/1912, 10 Victoria Gardens, Horsforth, Leeds, 11-5pm
          Baptised 04/05/1913, Farsley Parish Church
            Reverend Edwin B. Brown, Sponsors Maria Knapton and Lizzie Knapton
Married:  18/01/1937, Farsley
          Divorced c1950
Died:     28/04/2001
          Cremated in Yorkshire
Partner:  <9>
Child:    <4>
Child:    <11>
Father:   <30>
Mother:   <29>
Sibling:  Half-brother: Dennis Marshall Knapton <99>
          Half-sister:  Sylvia Millicent Knapton <<99>>
          Half-sister:  Phyllis Knapton <<99>>
Notes:

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Dec 1912
  Name:    Beatrice M. Knapton
  Mothers maiden name: Phillips
  District: Wharfedale
  Vol/Page: 9a/208
  Researched: 09/08/2003, Harris Library, Preston
  Certificate: Ordered 27/10/2003.  Received 06/11/2003.

From Greville: Birth Certificate Reference: Hors/32/199

Beatrice Margaret Knaptons <8> birth certificate:
  ----
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Wharfedale
  1912 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Horsforth in the County of Yorks (W.R.)
  No.  When/where        Name            Sex   Father       Mother        Fathers Occupation    Informant         When reg.      Registar
  199  Fourth            Beatrice        Boy   Harry        Beatrice      Engineers             H.Knapton         Thirtieth      Seth Morfett
       December 1912     Margaret              Knapton      May           Draughtsman           Father            December 1912  Registar
       10 Victoria Gardens                                  Knapton                             Beck Bottom
       Horsforth                                            formerly                            Farsley
                                                            Phillips
  ----


Search on 1837online.com for marriage (30/10/2003) :
Mar 1937  KNA/2    KNAPTON, Beatrice M., WATSON, N.Bierley, 9b/29
          WAT/2/3  WATSON, Thomas, KNAPTON, N.Bierley, 9b/29

GRO marriage index:
  Quarter: Mar 1937
  Grooms Name: Thomas Watson <9>
  Brides Name: Beatrice M. Knapton <8>
  District: N.Bierley
  Vol/Page: 9b/29
  Researched: 30/10/2003, 1827online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 31/10/2003 ; Received 07/11/2003.

Beatrice Margaret Knaptons <8> and Thomas Watasons <9> marriage certificate:
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1937 Marriage solumnized at The Parish Church in the Parish of Farsley in the County of York
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  3    18th Jan 1937           Thomas Watson              30         Bachelor    Engineer       Shirley Road, Rushden, Northants    Alfred Thomas Watson       Engineer
                               Beatrice Margaret Knapton  29         Spinster                   Ellesmere, Old Rd, Farsley          Harry Knapton              Draughtsman
  Married in the Above Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Ch of England by -- or after banns by me (sig) ?. Rivellay  Vicar
  This Marriage                                    in the
  was solumnized  (sig) Thomas Watson              Presence   (sig) Eric P. Williams
  between us      (sig) Beatrice Margaret Knapton  of us      (sig) Peggy Shipley
  {{ Eric Williams and Peggy Shipley are featured in the wedding photographs and press cuttings of the wedding.  Peggy Shipley was sole bridesmaid.  }}
  {{ Alfred Watson was also present at the wedding, but Harry Knapton was absent due to illness.  Lizzie Knapton "gave the bride away" in his stead. }}
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Search on 1837online.com for Beatrices' death (30/10/2003) :
WATSON, MARGARET BEATRICE    4 December 1912   NTH YORKSHRE   2001   April
  District No 6501Q
  Reg No Q2
  Ent No 060
  Dor 401

GRO death index:
  Month: Apr 2001
  Name:    Margaret Beatrice Watson <8>
  Age/DOB: 04/12/1912
  District: Nth Yorkshire
  Vol/Page: District No 6501Q   Reg No Q2    Ent No 060   Dor 401
  Researched: 30/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 31/10/2003 ; Received 07/11/2003.

Death of Margaret Watson <8> :
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  DEATH  Entry No. 60
  Registration district : North Yorkshire
  Sub-district : North Yorkshire
  Administrative area : County of North Yorkshire
  1. Date and place of death
     Twenty-eighth April 2001
     Dales Nursing Home, Draughton.
  2. Name and surname
     Margaret Beatrice WATSON
  3. Sex
     Female
  4. Maiden surname of woman who has married
     KNAPTON
  5. Date and place of birth
     4th December 1912
     Horsforth, Leeds, West Yorkshire.
  6. Occupation and usual address
     Dales Nursing Home, Draughton, Skipton, North Yorkshire.
  7.(a) Name and surname of informant
     Greville Thomas Michell WATSON
  7.(b) Qualification
     Son
  7.(c) Usual address
     25 Byron Crescent, Rushden, Northamptonshire.
  8. Cause of death
     1(a) Left Ventricular Failure
      (b) Ischaemic Heart Disease
     Certified by A Bundock MB
  9. I specify that the particulars given by me above are true to the best of my knowledge and belief
     G T M Watson
  10. Date of registration
     Thirtieth April 2001
  11. Signature of registrar
     Sarah F Clay  Registrar
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Diane Watson's <4> birth certificate in 1942 states Thomas Watson's <9> occupation
as a Gas Engineer.  The place of birth is stated as the residence of the family
(Thomas <9> and Beatrice <8>) at Shirley Road, Rushden.

Greville:
With regard to my mother ...
Born on 04/12/1912, her mother, Beatrice May Philips, died 11 days after her
birth, on 15th Dec.  Beatrice Margaret was brought up by her aunts --
sisters of her father Harry Knapton.  There were 3 sisters (but I only knew
2 of them), but how soon after the death of Beatrice May they took the
responsibility, and whether it was a legal adoption, I do not know.
I saw my grandfather Harry on only a few occasions.  I remember him visiting
his sisters on one occasion, but he lived in Aston, Birmingham, with his
second wife Beatrice Maud Hanley, where he had an engineering business, and
we visited I suppose a couple of times from Rushden and slept on a mattress
on the floor in the bedrooms over the shop.  (Funny how Harry seemed to like
the name 'Beatrice M' !!).

From Greville (07/08/2003):
Nothing spectacular [from birth certificate] on Beatrice Margaret Knapton -
Born at 10 Victoria Gardens, Horsforth
Her father (Harry) is shown residing at Beck Bottom, Farsley - the family home no doubt.

--

"Confirmed" on 10th April 1930 at Farsley Parish Church
[from certificate in front of confirmation book given to her on the day by the vicar]


On 14/01/2004, on Hugh Knaptons advice, I ordered the birth certificate of a Dennis Marshall Knapton, born 1921.
  Registration district North Bierley
  1921 birth in the sub-disrtrict of Pudsey in the county of Yorks (W.R.)
  Name: Dennis Marshall
  Born: First July 1921 (the word Eleventh was written, but crossed out, and there
        is also the number 10 seems to have been written between the word First
        and the crossed out Eleventh, whatever that may mean)
        39 New Street, Pudsey
  Sex: Boy
  Father: Harry Knapton, Draughtsman (Electrical Engineer)
  Mother: Beatrice Maud Knapton formerly Hawley
  Informant: Harry Knapton, Father, 36 New Street, Pudsey
       (note the different house number to where Dennis was born, they definitely
        say 39 and 36 respectively)
  Registered: Eleventh July 1921
  Registrar: H.Halliday, deputy registrar
       (*all* other certs I've seen have said 'Registrar' rather than 'Deputy', so
        this is interesting in itself to me :o)
I immediately noticed Harry and Beatrice Knapton here and wondered if he was
related to the Harry Knapton in my tree.  At first I discounted it, but then
realised two things: (i) the name Marshall would be something of a coincidence,
and (ii) that Beatrice May Phillips, my great-grandmother and wife of my Harry
Knapton, died in 1912.  That means that Harry could easily have re-married to
Beatrice Maud Hawley by 1921.  I also know from Harry's marriage to my
great-grandmother that he was a draughtsman.  He didn't die until 1953.
I also know he had a prediliction for 'Beatrice M's - he married Beatrice May
Phillips in 1911, and named my grandmother Beatrice Margaret.  It wouldn't surprise
me if he later re-married a Beatrice Maud...  There seem to be too many
coincidences here to write off - Dennis could be [is, according to greville]
my grandmothers half-brother!

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <9>
Status:   D
Name:     \Thomas Watson\
          mums dad (known as Tom)
Gender:   M
Gen:      -2
Position: 010
Born:     29/11/1906, Wellingborough, Northants
Married:  Beatrice Knapton <8> : 18/01/1937, Farsley
                                 Divorced c1950 ([grev]: c1955, probably 1955, possibly early 1956)
          Gweneth Clark <20> : 21/03/1957, Park Road Methodist Church, Rushden  [grev]
                               Formerly Thomas' housekeeper who he re-married.
Died:     30/06/1980, Kettering, Northants
Partner:  <8>, <20>
Child:    <4> (by <8>)
Child:    <11> (by <8>)
Father:   <31>
Mother:   <32>
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Dec 1906
  Name:    Thomas Watson
  Mothers maiden name: --
  District: Wellingbro'
  Vol/Page: 3b/122
  Researched: 09/08/2003, Harris Library, Preston
  Certificate: Ordered 27/10/2003.  Received 06/11/2003.

Thomas Watson (b. 29-Nov-1906, d. 30-Jun-1980) m. 21-Mar-1957 Gweneth Elizabeth Clark (b. 08-Mar-1921)  [grev]

Thomas Watsons birth certificate:
  ----
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Wellingborough
  1906 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Wellingborough in the County of Northampton
  No.  When/where        Name            Sex   Father       Mother        Fathers Occupation    Informant         When reg.      Registar
  222  Twenty ninth      Thomas          Boy   Alfred       Alice         Assistant Gas         Alfred Thomas     Seventeenth    {unreadable}
       November 1906                           Thomas       Prout         Manager               Watson            December 1906  Registar
       55 Elsden Road                          Watson       Watson                              Father
       Wellingborough                                       formerly                            55 Elsden Road
                                                            Michell                             Wellingborough
  ----

Search on 1837online.com for marriage (30/10/2003) :
Mar 1937  KNA/2    KNAPTON, Beatrice M., WATSON, N.Bierley, 9b/29
          WAT/2/3  WATSON, Thomas, KNAPTON, N.Bierley, 9b/29

GRO marriage index:
  Quarter: Mar 1937
  Grooms Name: Thomas Watson <9>
  Brides Name: Beatrice M. Knapton <8>
  District: N.Bierley
  Vol/Page: 9b/29
  Researched: 30/10/2003, 1827online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 31/10/2003 ; Received 07/11/2003.

Beatrice Margaret Knaptons <8> and Thomas Watasons <9> marriage certificate:
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1937 Marriage solumnized at The Parish Church in the Parish of Farsley in the County of York
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  3    18th Jan 1937           Thomas Watson              30         Bachelor    Engineer       Shirley Road, Rushden, Northants    Alfred Thomas Watson       Engineer
                               Beatrice Margaret Knapton  29         Spinster                   Ellesmere, Old Rd, Farsley          Harry Knapton              Draughtsman
  Married in the Above Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Ch of England by -- or after banns by me (sig) ?. Rivellay  Vicar
  This Marriage                                    in the
  was solumnized  (sig) Thomas Watson              Presence   (sig) Eric P. Williams
  between us      (sig) Beatrice Margaret Knapton  of us      (sig) Peggy Shipley
  {{ Eric Williams and Peggy Shipley are featured in the wedding photographs and press cuttings of the wedding.  Peggy Shipley was sole bridesmaid.  }}
  {{ Alfred Watson was also present at the wedding, but Harry Knapton was absent due to illness.  Lizzie Knapton "gave the bride away" in his stead. }}
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Search on 1837online.com for Thomas' death (30/10/2003) :
Jun 1980  WAT/2/3  WATSON, Thomas, 29/11/1906, Kettering, 7/2174

GRO death index:
  Quarter: Jun 1980
  Name:    Thomas Watson <9>
  Age/DOB: 29/11/1906
  District: Kettering
  Vol/Page: 7/2174
  Researched: 30/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 31/10/2003 ; Received 07/11/2003.

Death of Thomas Watson <9> :
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  DEATH  Entry No. 294
  Registration district : Kettering
  Sub-district : Kettering
  Administrative area : County of Northamptonshire
  1. Date and place of death
     Thirtieth June 1980
     General Hospital  Kettering
  2. Name and surname
     Thomas WATSON
  3. Sex
     Male
  4. Maiden surname of woman who has married
     --
  5. Date and place of birth
     29th November 1906
     Wellingborough, Northants.
  6. Occupation and usual address
     Engineer (Retired)
     22 Knuston Spinney, Irchester, Northants
  7.(a) Name and surname of informant
     Greville Thomas Michell WATSON
  7.(b) Qualification
     Son
  7.(c) Usual Address
     25 Byron Crescent, Rushden, Northants.
  8. Cause of death
     1a. Acute Mycardial Infarction (Inflammation?)
      b. Atherosclerosis
     Certified by D.S.Dhande M.D.
  9. I specify that the particulars given by me above are true to the best of my knowledge and belief
     (sig) G.T.M.Watson
  10. Date of registration
     Thirtieth June 1980
  11. Signature of registrar
     I.Ingman  Registrar
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Diane Watson's <4> birth certificate in 1942 states Thomas Watson's <9> occupation
as a Gas Engineer.  The place of birth is stated as the residence of the family
(Thomas <9> and Beatrice <8>) at Shirley Road, Rushden.

Thomas Watson and Beatrice Knapton <8> divorced c.1950, a time when it was controversial.
Daughter Diane <4> moved with Beatrice to Leeds, while Greville <11> stayed in Northamptonshire.
Thomas was busy as a manager at the gas works, and he employed a housekeeper, Gwen.
He and Gwen subsequently married.

1911 Census - Alfred Watson, Alice Watson, son Thomas Watson
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN8529 RG78PN441 RD166 SD1 ED21 SN212
Schedule Number: 212
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Northamptonshire
District: Wellingborough
Subdistrict: Wellingborough
Enumeration District: 21
Parish: Wellingborough
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 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace                   Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~    ~    ~   Born   ~    ~
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 Alfred Watson        Head         M   29  Married                       Assistant Gas Works Manager                  Worker            Gibraltar Spain (resident)   c1882  <31>
 Alice Watson         Wife         F   30  Married   5       1   1   0                                                                  Penzance Cornwall            c1883  Alice Prout Michell <32>
 Thomas Watson        Son          M    4                                                                                               Wellingborough Northants     c1907  <9>
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    Number of Rooms 6
    Signature       (sig) Alfd Watson
    Postal Address  Trewithen/Spewithen(?), Castle St, Wellingborough
---------------------------------------------------------

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <10>
Status:   L
(Private)

/==============================================================================/

ID:       <11>
Status:   L
(Private)

/==============================================================================/

ID:       <12>
Status:   D
Name:     \Jean Ruby Arthur\
          Auntie Jean
Gender:   M
Gen:      -1
Position: 01#*
Born:     11/01/1945
Married:  12/06/1965
Died:     19/11/2005, 1:30pm  [karen]
          Funeral on 25/11/2005 at 1pm  [karen]
Partner:  <11>
Child:    <13>
Child:    <14>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

1837online.com births (30/10/2003) :
Mar 1945  ART/1  ARTHUR, Jean R., PARKER, Bedford, 3b/542

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Mar 1945
  Name:    Jean R. Arthur <12>
  Mothers maiden name: Parker
  District: Bedford
  Vol/Page: 3b/542
  Researched: 30/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 31/10/2003 ; Received 07/11/2003.

Birth of Jean Arthur <12> :
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Bedford
  1945 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Bedford in the County of Bedford
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  7    Eleventh January 1945          Jean Ruby    Girl   Stanley            Ruby              Gardener of          S.C.Arthur           Twenty fifth        ????
       ____ _____ ______ {unreadable}                     Charles            Arthur            15 Market Square     Father               January 1945        Registrar
                                                          Arthur             formerly          Higham Ferrers       15 Market Square
                                                                             Parker            Northants            Higham Ferrers
                                                                                                                    Northants
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1837online.com marriages (30/10/2003) :
Jun 1965  ART/1    ARTHUR, Jean R., WATSON, Wellingboro', 3b/1470
          WAT/2/2  WATSON, Greville T.M., Wellingboro', 3b/1470

GRO marriage index:
  Quarter: Jun 1965
  Grooms Name: Greville T.M. Watson <11>
  Brides Name: Jean R. Arthur <12>
  District: Wellingboro'
  Vol/Page: 3b/1470
  Researched: 30/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 31/10/2003 ; Received 07/11/2003.

Marriage of Greville Watson <11> and Jean Arthur <12> :
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1965 Marriage solumnized at the Methodist Church, Park Road, Rushden in the District of Wellingborough in the County of Northampton
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  34   Twelth of June 1965     Greville Thomas
                                         Michell Watson   21 yrs     Bachelor    Policeman      22, Knuston Spinney, Irchester      Thomas Watson              Development Engineer
                               Jean Ruby Arthur           20 yrs     Spinster    Shoe Machinist 16, Crabb Street, Rushden           Stanley Charles Arthur     _____man (???)

  Married in the Above Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Methodist Church by Certificate
  This Marriage                                    in the
  was solumnized  (sig) G.T.M.Watson               Presence   (sig) S.C.Arthur        And in the   (sig) John W. Jeark
  between us      (sig) J.R.Arthur                 of us      (sig) Thos. Watson      presence of
                                                                                        Authorised person for the Paul(?) Church
  {{ So, both Thomas Watson and Stanley Arthur were present at the wedding. }}
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <13>
Status:   L
(Private)

/==============================================================================/

ID:       <14>
Status:   L
(Private)

/==============================================================================/

ID:       <15>
Status:   L
(Private)

/==============================================================================/

ID:       <16>
Status:   L
(Private)

/==============================================================================/

ID:       <17>
Status:   L
(Private)

/==============================================================================/

ID:       <18>
Status:   L
(Private)

/==============================================================================/

ID:       <19>
Status:   L
(Private)

/==============================================================================/

ID:       <20>
Status:   D
Name:     \Gweneth Elizabeth Clark\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -2
Position: 010*
Born:     08/03/1921, Rushden  [grev]
Married:  21/03/1957, Park Road Methodist Church, Rushden  [grev]
Died:     03/02/2006 (approx)  [karen]
          Funeral on 10/02/2006 at 2:45pm  [karen]
Partner:  <9>
Child:    none known
Father:   /Leonard Clark/  [grev]
Mother:   /Emily Partridge/  [grev]
Sibling:  none known
Notes:

Thomas Watson (b. 29-Nov-1906, d. 30-Jun-1980) m. 21-Mar-1957 Gweneth Elizabeth Clark (b. 08-Mar-1921)  [grev]

Known in the family as 'Auntie Gwen', but in cards to me (Ian Ward) liked to be called 'Grandma',
although she wasn't my biological grandmother, but the second wife of my grandfather Thomas Watson,
after the death of his first wife.

Lived in or near Rushden, Northamptonshire, near "nephew" Greville Watson (again not a biological nephew).

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <21>
Status:   L
(Private)

/==============================================================================/

ID:       <22>
Status:   L
(Private)

/==============================================================================/

ID:       <23>
Status:   L
(Private)

/==============================================================================/

ID:       <24>
Status:   L
(Private)

/==============================================================================/

ID:       <25>
Status:   D
Name:     \Ann Bostock\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -5
Position: 001001
Born:     c1825, Cheshire  [1871C] [1881C]
          c1826 according to marriage cert of 1870 giving age as 44 [marr cert]
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <60>
Child:    ???
Father:   \John Bostock\
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

Marriage of Benjamin <60> and Ann <25> :
  Marriage ref :- Benjamin Hodgkins, Ann Bostock, Mar 1870, Ashton, 8d/623
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1870 Marriage solumnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Ashton under Lyne in the County of Lancaster
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  329  Jan'y 16 1870           Benjamin Hodgkins          50         Widower     Labourer       Stalybridge                         Michael Hodgkins           Labourer
                               Ann Bostock                44         Spinster    -              Stalybridge                         John Bostock               Labourer
  Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church after Banns by me (sig) E. Garrey
  This Marriage                                    in the
  was solumnized  (sig) Benjamin Hodgkins          Presence   (sig) William Turner
  between us      (sig) Ann Bostock her x mark     of us      (sig) William Woodcock
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
See Benjamin Hodgkins <60> for more info on marriage.
It also states Ann Bostock's father to be \John Bostock\, a Labourer in 1870.

1871 census:

Civil Parish: Northowram
Ecclesiastical parish: All Souls
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England
Street address: 12 Albert Street

Registration district: Halifax
Sub-registration district: Northowram
ED, institution, or vessel: 1
Neighbors: View others on page
Household schedule number: 218

Name                   MF  Relation    MStatus   Age   Occupation                 Birthplace
Benjamin Hodgkins      M   Head        Mar       53    Labourer Iron Works        Needeswood Forest
Ann Hodgkins           F   Wife        Mar       46    Labourer Iron Works Wife   Cheshire

Benjamin must have remarried, as by 1871 Maria <61> is gone (died?) and he is married to Ann.

1881 census:

Civil parish: Northowram
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England
Street address: 2 Walkers Ct

Registration district: Halifax
Sub registration district: Northowram
ED, institution, or vessel: 1
Neighbors: View others on page

Name                   MF  Relation    MStatus   Age   Occupation                 Birthplace
Benjamin Hodgkins      M   Head        Mar       61    General Labourer           N________  (unreadable)
Ann Hodgkins           F   Wife        Mar       57    Cotton Winder              Cheshire, Middlewick

Could not find Ann in 1891 census - did she die?


Possible IGI christening:
--
Hannah Bostock
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  11 MAR 1829   Middlewich, Cheshire, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  John Bostock
  Mother:  Mary
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C866222  1821 - 1860  1736869   Film  NONE
 Sheet:
Bishop's transcripts for Middlewich, 1588-1877  Church of England. Parish Church of Middlewich (Cheshire)
--
Is this our Ann Bostock?

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <26>
Status:   L
(Private)

/==============================================================================/

ID:       <27>
Status:   L
(Private)

/==============================================================================/

ID:       <28>
Status:   L
(Private)

/==============================================================================/

ID:       <29>
Status:   D
Name:     \Beatrice May Philips\
          (Nanna's mother)
Gender:   F
Gen:      -3
Position: 0111
Born:     12/04/1886, Horsforth, Leeds
Married:  05/08/1911
Died:     16/12/1912, Horsforth, Leeds (11 days after Nanna's birth)
Partner:  <30>
Child:    <8>
Father:   <46>
Mother:   <47>
Sibling:  \Florence Philips:c1887\
            Aged 13 in 1901; born c1887, Horsforth, Yorkshire [1901C]
          \George Philips:c1890\
            Aged 11 in 1901; born c1889, Horsforth, Yorkshire [1901C]
            Aged 20 in 1911; born c1891, Horsforth, Yorkshire; Living at Station Hotel, Guiseley, Yorkshire [1911C]
Notes:

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Jun 1886
  Name:    Beatrice May Phillips
  Mothers maiden name: --
  District: Wharfedale
  Vol/Page: 9a/129
  Researched: 09/08/2003, Harris Library, Preston
  Certificate: Ordered 27/10/2003.

From Greville: Birth Certificate Reference: Hors/16/447

Beatrice May Phillips <29> birth certificate:
  ----
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Wharfedale
  1886 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Horsforth in the County of York
  No.  When/where        Name            Sex   Father       Mother        Fathers Occupation    Informant         When reg.     Registar
  447  Twelth April      Beatrice May    Girl  George       Mary Grace    Lithographer          G.S.Phillips      Fifteenth     Seph
       1886                                    Shillito     Phillips                            Father            May           Morfen
       Black Bull Inn                          Phillips     formerly                            Black Bull Inn    1886          Registrar
       Horsforth                                            Stead                               Horsforth
  ----

Marriage search on 1837online.com (30/10/2003) :
Sep 1911  KNA/1  KNAPTON, Harry, Wharfedale, 9a/258
          PHI/1  PHILLIPS, Beatrice M., Wharfedale, 9a/258

GRO marriage index:
  Quarter: Sep 1911
  Grooms Name: Harry Knapton <30>
  Brides Name: Beatrice M. Phillips <29>
  District: Wharfedale
  Vol/Page: 9a/258
  Researched: 30/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 31/10/2003 ; Received 07/11/2003.

Marriage of Harry Knapton <30> and Beatrice M. Phillips <29> :
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1911 Marriage solumnized at the parish church in the parish of Guiseley in the County of York
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  291  August 5 1911           Harry Knapton              26         Bachelor    Draughtsman    Farsley                             John Marshall Knapton      Grocer
                               Beatrice May Phillips      25         Spinster                   Guiseley                            George Shillito Phillips   Licensed Victualler
  Married in the parish church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the established church by -- or after bannes by me (sig) Wm. R. H. Baron
  This Marriage                                   in the                                                                            Assistant Curate
  was solumnized  (sig) Harry Knapton             Presence   (sig) Benjamin Stead
  between us      (sig) Beatrice May Phillips     of us      (sig) Lizzie Knapton
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Death search on 1837online.com (30/10/2003) :
Dec 1912  KNA/1  KNAPTON, Beatrice M., 26, Wharfedale, 9a/148  {{unclear volume, could say 9c, or even 9d}}

GRO death index:
  Quarter: Dec 1912
  Name:    Beatrice M. Knapton <29>
  Age/DOB: 26
  District: Wharfedale
  Vol/Page: 9a (9c? 9d?) / 148
  Researched: 30/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 31/10/2003 ; Received 07/11/2003.

Beatrice May Knaptons <29> death certificate:
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Wharfedale
  1912 DEATH in the Sub-district of Horsforth in the County of Yorks W.R.
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex     Age     Occupation             Cause of death              Informant              When reg.           Registrar
  208  Sixteenth December 1912        Beatrice     Female  26      Wife of                Pasturition - Acute         H Knapton              Seventeenth         Seth Morfett
       10 Victoria Gardens            May                  years   Harry                  Cholecystitis 7 days        Widower of deceased    December 1912       Registrar
       Horsforth                      Knapton                      Knapton                Acute congestion of lungs   Present at the death
                                                                   Engineers              Certified by                10 Victoria Gardens
                                                                   Draughtsman            A.J.Macvie  MB              Horsforth
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

From 1901 online census:
  Beatrice Philips was 14 on 31/03/1901 (so actually born 1886), born Yorkshire Horsforth
  Father was George Philips, married (in 1901), 39 on 31/03/1901, Licensed Victualler, employment status "nullworking at home", born Yorkshire Leeds
  Mother was Mary G Philips, married (in 1901), 38, born Yorkshire Leeds, no occupation recorded in 1901 census
  Sister: Florence Philips, 13, born Yorkshire Horsforth
  Brother: George Philips, 11, born Yorkshire Horsforth
  Servant: Eliza Taylor, 26, born Yorkshire Leeds
  They lived at the Kings Arms, Horsforth on 31/03/1901
Beatrice married 10 years later, and died a year later following child birth.

1911 Census - George Shilito Phillips, wife Mary Phillips (nee Mary Stead),
              children Beatrice May Phillips, George William Phillips, aunt Mary D_bson
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN26039 RG78PN1506 RD491 SD5 ED11 SN1
Schedule Number: 1
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Yorkshire West Riding
District: Wharfedale
Subdistrict: Yeadon
Enumeration District: 11
Parish: Guiseley
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace          Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~    Born   ~    ~
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 George Shilito Phillips   Head    M   49  Married   -       -   -   -   Licensed Victualler                        Own account  At Home   Yorks Holbeck    c1862  <46>
 Mary Gertie Phillips      Wife    F   48  Married   25      3   3   -   Assisting in the business                  Own account  At Home   Yorks Holbeck    c1863  Mary Grace Stead <47>
 Beatrice May Phillips   Daughter  F   24  Single    -       -   -   -   Assisting in the business                  Own account  At Home   Yorks Horsforth  c1887  <29>
 George William Phillips   Son     M   20  Single    -       -   -   -   Clerk                     Waste Manufacturer  Worker              Yorks Horsforth  c1891  <<29>>
 Mary D?bson          Aunt         F   76  Widow     -       -   -   -                                                                     Yorks Holbeck    c1835  ????????
 Annie Smith          Servant      F   20  Single    -       -   -   -   General Servant (Domestic)                                        Yorks Morley     c1881
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Number of Rooms 7
    Signature       (sig) G.S.Phillips
    Postal Address  Station Hotel, Guiseley, Yorks
---------------------------------------------------------

From Greville (07/08/2003):
Interesting information on Beatrice May Phillips -
Born at the Black Bull Inn, Horsforth
Father, George Shillito Phillips, residing at the Inn but occupation is Lithographer
Mother, Mary Grace Phillips, formerly Stead.

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <30>
Status:   D
Name:     \Harry Knapton\
          (Nanna's father)
Gender:   M
Gen:      -3
Position: 0110
Born:     16/10/1884 [bible, birth cert], Farsley, Yorkshire [1891C, birth cert], 9am [bible]
Married:  Beatrice May Phillips <29>: 05/08/1911, Guiseley     [marriage cert]
          Beatrice Maud Hawley <98>: 16/06/1917, Wolverhampton [marriage cert]
Died:     26/09/1953, 229 Lichfield Road, Aston [death cert] [Greville and family bible both say 24/09/1953]
          Died 24 Sep 1953 Aston, BIRMINGHAM? [HK]
Partner:  <29>
Partner:  <98>
Child:    <8> (by <29>)
Child:    <99> (by <98>)
Father:   <39>
Mother:   <40>
Sibling:  Gladstone Francis Knapton <78>; born 20/06/1867, Stanningley, Leeds, Yorkshire
          \Maria Knapton:1876:c1946\ 1876 - 1946(1945?)
            Born 08/07/1876 [bible], Farsley, Yorkshire [1891C], 6am [bible]
            Died 25/03/1946 [bible]
            Died 25 Mar 1946 Farsley W/DALE, buried @ Farsley Baptist [HK]
            Aged 4 in 1881, born Farsley, York, England [HK, 1881C]
            Aged 14 in 1891, Knotter(?) in Woollen Mill, born Yorkshire Farsley [HK, 1891C]
            Aged 24 in 1901, Woollen Mender, born Yorks Farsley [HK, 1901C]
            Aged 34 in 1911; born c1877, Farsley county, Yorkshire; Wollen Mender; Single; Living at Beck Bottom, Farsley, Yorkshire [1911C]
          \Lizzie Knapton:1878:1964\ 1878 - 1964
            Born 15/11/1878 [bible], Farsley, Yorkshire [1891C], 8am [bible]
            Died 03/06/1964 [bible]
            Died 3 Jun 1964 WORTH VALLEY? [HK]
            {{ m'd Eli BROOK 1920 @ Farsley St John the Evangelist [HK] }}
            {{ Did not get married [Greville] }}
            Lizzie and Florence lived together at 'Ellesmere', 12 Old Road, Farsley, where they brought up Beatrice <8> [grev].
            Raised neice Beatrice <8> when Beatrices' mother <29> died in/soon after childbirth [grev]
            Aged 2 in 1881, born Farsley, York, England [HK, 1881C]
            Aged 12 in 1891, Scholar, born Yorkshire Farsley [HK, 1891C]
            Aged 22 in 1901, Woollen Mender, born Yorks Farsley [HK, 1901C]
            Aged 32 in 1911; born c1879, Farsley county, Yorkshire; Single; Living at Beck Bottom, Farsley, Yorkshire [1911C]
          \Ethel Knapton:1881\
            Born 13/11/1881 [bible], Farsley, Yorkshire [1891C], 6am [bible]
            Married \James Overend Pearson:c1881\, 01/06/1912 (ref: 2Q 1912, N.Bierley, 9b/44) [grev]
            Married at Farsley St John the Evangelist [HK]
            Aged 9 in 1891, Scholar, born Yorkshire Farsley [HK, 1891C]
            Aged 19 in 1901, Woollen Mender, born Yorks Farsley [HK, 1901C]
            Aged 29 in 1911; born c1882, Farsley county, Yorkshire; Wollen Mender; Single; Living at Beck Bottom, Farsley, Yorkshire [1911C]
            http://www.calverley.info/stjohn_mar.htm : PEARSON James O, KNAPTON Ethel, CE128/263, 1912
            Hugh Knapton: Confirmed birth date and place in certificate
            Children [grev]:
              \Emma Overend Pearson:c1913\ - birth registered 2Q 1913, N.Bierley, 9b 123.
                Married \G E Manning:c1913\  -  m. 4Q 1939, Brentford, 3a 1435.
                Nanna Watson [Beatrice <8>] used to visit Emma when she lived in Hounslow.
                She used to talk about her house on 'The Great West Road' which, I think would
                be the A4.
                Child 1. \John Overend Manning:c1944\
                         (Registration shows middle initial as 'S' - not 'O'??)
                         b. 3Q 1944, Brentford, 3a 376.    (Brentford district is in Middlesex)
                Child 2. \Gordon Overend Manning:c1949\
                         (Reg. shows middle initial as 'E' or it might be 'B' - not 'O'??)
                         b. 2Q 1949, Ealing, 5e 245.    (Ealing district is in Middlesex)
              \John Overend Pearson:c1916\ - birth registered 3Q 1916, N.Bierley, 9b 115.
                Married \Mabel Boocock:c1916\ - m. 3Q 1941, Wharfdale, 9a 461.
                Child 1. \Enid Overend Pearson:c1942\
                         b. 2Q 1942, Wharfdale, 9a 448.
                Child 2. \Stephen O. (probably Overend?) Pearson:c1947\
                         b. 2Q 1947, Wharfdale, 2d 1129.
              \James Overend Pearson:c1918\ - birth registered 3Q 1918, N.Bierley, 9b 96.
                Married \Irene Hodgson(apparently):c1918\ - m. 3Q 1941, Leeds, 9b 545.
                Child 1. \David O. (probably Overend?) Pearson:c1942\
                         b. 3Q 1942, Wharfdale, 9a 276.
              \Ben Overend Pearson:c1921\ - birth registered 1Q 1921, N.Bierley, 9b 113.

              [Greville thinks all these Overends may all be linked to the presence of the
               name Overend as a maiden name is years before.  Any connection to Jonathon Overend
               and Sarah Overend in http://www.calverley.info/fars_bap_2.htm ??]

          \Florence Knapton:c1886:1953\  1886(1887?) - 1953
            Born 12/02/1886 [bible], Farsley, Yorkshire [1891C], 1pm [bible]; died 31/05/1953 [bible]
            Died 31 May 1953 WHARFDALE? [HK]
            Florence never married. [grev]
            Lizzie and Florence lived together at 'Ellesmere', 12 Old Road, Farsley, where they brought up Beatrice <8> [grev].
            Aged 5 in 1891, 5, Scholar, born Yorkshire Farsley [HK, 1891C]
            Aged 15 in 1901, born Yorks Farsley [HK, 1901C]
            Aged 25 in 1911; born c1886, Farsley county, Yorkshire; Single; Living at Beck Bottom, Farsley, Yorkshire [1911C]
          \Ross Knapton:1888\
            Born 04/10/1888 [bible], Farsley, Yorkshire [1891C], 9:25pm [bible]
            Married ____ HOLDSWORTH 4q 1915 NORTH BIERLEY? [HK]
            Died 2q 1967 BRADFORD? [HK]
            Aged 2 in 1891, born Yorkshire Farsley [HK, 1891C]
            Aged 12 in 1901, born Yorks Farsley [HK, 1901C]
            Aged 22 in 1911; born c1889, Farsley county, Yorkshire; Leather Dealer; Single; Living at Beck Bottom, Farsley, Yorkshire [1911C]
Notes:

Mechanical engineers apprentice in 1901, according to the 1901 census.

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Dec 1884
  Name:    Harry Knapton
  Mothers maiden name: --
  District: Bradford, Y.
  Vol/Page: 9b/236
  Researched: 09/08/2003, Harris Library, Preston
  Certificate: Ordered 27/10/2003.  Received 06/11/2003.

Harry Knaptons <30> birth certificate:
  ----
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Bradford Yorkshire
  1884 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Calverley in the County of York
  No.  When/where        Name            Sex   Father       Mother        Fathers Occupation    Informant         When reg.     Registar
  450  Sixteenth         Harry           Boy   John         Emma          Grocer                Emma Knapton      Seventeenth   George
       October 1884                            Marshall     Knapton                             Mother            November      Nicholoon
       Beck Bottom                             Knapton      formerly                            Beck Bottom       1884          Registrar
       Farsley                                              Ross                                Farsley
                                                                                                Calverley
  ----

Marriage search on 1837online.com (30/10/2003) :
Sep 1911  KNA/1  KNAPTON, Harry, Wharfedale, 9a/258
          PHI/1  PHILLIPS, Beatrice M., Wharfedale, 9a/258

GRO marriage index:
  Quarter: Sep 1911
  Grooms Name: Harry Knapton <30>
  Brides Name: Beatrice M. Phillips <29>
  District: Wharfedale
  Vol/Page: 9a/258
  Researched: 30/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 31/10/2003 ; Received 07/11/2003.

Marriage of Harry Knapton <30> and Brides Name: Beatrice M. Phillips <29> :
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1911 Marriage solumnized at the parish church in the parish of Guiseley in the County of York
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  291  August 5 1911           Harry Knapton              26         Bachelor    Draughtsman    Farsley                             John Marshall Knapton      Grocer
                               Beatrice May Phillips      25         Spinster                   Guiseley                            George Shillito Phillips   Licensed Victualler
  Married in the parish church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the established church by -- or after bannes by me (sig) Wm. R. H. Baron
  This Marriage                                   in the                                                                            Assistant Curate
  was solumnized  (sig) Harry Knapton             Presence   (sig) Benjamin Stead
  between us      (sig) Beatrice May Phillips     of us      (sig) Lizzie Knapton
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

GRO marriage index:
  Quarter: Jun 1917
  Grooms Name: Harry Knapton <30>
  Brides Name: Beatrice M. Hawley <98>
  District: Wolverhampton
  Vol/Page: 6b/981
  Researched: 23/01/2004, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 23/01/2004 ; Received 31/01/2004

Marriage of Harry Knapton <30> and Beatrice M. Hawley <98> :
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1917 Marriage solumnized at the parish church in the parish of St Mark in the County of Wolverhampton
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name                   Fathers Profession
  209  June 16 1917            Harry Knapton              32         Widower     Draughtsman    172 Waterloo Rd                     John Marshall Knapton (dec'd)  Grocer
                               Beatrice Maude Hawley      21         Spinster                   133 St Marks Rd                     Samuel Hawley                  Cycle Finisher
  Married in the parish church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the established church by -- or after banns by me (sig) R. G. Hurst
  This Marriage                                   in the                                                                        Vicar
  was solumnized  (sig) Harry Knapton             Presence   (sig) Samuel Hawley
  between us      (sig) Beatrice Maude Hawley     of us      (sig) Florence Kate Crowther
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1837online.com deaths search for Harry Knapton (30/10/2003) :
Dec 1953  KNA/1  KNAPTON, Harry, 68, Birmingham, 9c/81

GRO death index:
  Quarter: Dec 1953
  Name:    Harry Knapton <30>
  Age/DOB: 68
  District: Birmingham
  Vol/Page: 9c/81
  Researched: 30/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 31/10/2003 ; Received 07/11/2003.

Death of Harry Knapton <30> :
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Birmingham
  1953 DEATH in the Sub-district of Aston in the County Borough of Birmingham
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex     Age     Occupation             Cause of death              Informant              When reg.           Registrar
  236  Twenty Sixth September 1953    Harry        Male    68      A machinery            Pulmonary Embolism          Certificate received   First October 1953  L.F.Mann
       at 229 Lichfield Road, Aston   KNAPTON              years   merchant               following recent fractures  from G.Billington                          Registar
                                                                                          of the left 4th-9th Ribs.   Coroner for Birmingham
                                                                                          Fell from broken wooden     Inquest held
                                                                                          staircase.  PM.             30th September 1953
                                                                                          Accidental Death.
  {{ Interesting cause of death in this one, falling from a staircase.  Coroners inquest and everything! }}
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

From Greville: Birth Certificate Reference: Calv/20/450
It appears from Grevilles entry in GenesConnected, that Harry also married a
  Beatrice Maud Hanley, born 1885 in Birmingham(?).

Greville:
I saw my grandfather Harry on only a few occasions.  I remember him visiting
his sisters on one occasion, but he lived in Aston, Birmingham, with his
second wife Beatrice Maud Hanley, where he had an engineering business, and
we visited I suppose a couple of times from Rushden and slept on a mattress
on the floor in the bedrooms over the shop.  (Funny how Harry seemed to like
the name 'Beatrice M' !!).

From Greville (07/08/2003):
Neither is there anything new on Harry Knapton -
Born at Beck Bottom, Farsley

From Greville (07/08/2003):
The Certificate for John Marshall Knapton shows
That he was born at Angel Yard, Mercy Street (that will be West Leeds)
And his father was John Knapton (a Spinner) and his mother Hannah Knapton, formerly Wilson.
This confirms the information I had found about John and Hannah Knapton in the 1881 Census
When Grandson Francis (Gladstone) aged 13 was at their house in Bramley.
That also confirms that John Marshall had (at least) two brothers.

From Greville (07/08/2003):
With regards to Gladstone - his is the Certificate that the Registrar did not send.
Reason being that the name of his mother did not correspond to the one (Emma) that was on my application.
This lends to confirm that he was born before John & Emma married.
I am concluding that John was his father - but was John married before?
I rather think he may have been - more detective work.
I'll keep you posted.

Grevile (18/09/2003):
I've finally managed to get some info on the above-named [Francis Gladstone KNAPTON].
You will recall that he appeared in the 1881 Census in Stanningley aged 13 and then in the 1901 Census in Farsley
aged 33 but that I had failed to get a birth certificate from Leeds.
I applied for one from the GRO and it arrived yesterday.
It shows his DOB as 20th June 1867.
Parents:  John Marshall Knapton & Frances Knapton, formerly Bennett (deceased).
The birth was registered on 22nd July 1867, so Frances presumably died fairly soon after giving birth to young Francis G.
In due course I hope to get their Marriage certificate and Frances's Death cert.

1881 census:
 Name              Relation   Marital Status   Gender    Age	Birthplace               Occupation     Disability
 John M. KNAPTON   Head       M                Male      35     Leeds, York, England     Grocer
 Emma KNAPTON      Wife       M                Female    32     Farsley, York, England   Grocer Wife
 Maria KNAPTON     Daur                        Female    4      Farsley, York, England
 Lizzie KNAPTON    Daur                        Female    2      Farsley, York, England
Source Information:
  Dwelling	Beckbottom
  Census Place	Calverley Cum Farsley, York, England
  Family History Library Film	1342073
  Public Records Office Reference	RG11
  Piece / Folio	4480 / 71
  Page Number	28

1881 census:
Household:
  Name                  Relation    Marital Status     Gender     Age     Birthplace                  Occupation               Disability
  John KNAPTON          Head        M                  Male       67      Leeds, York, England        Tobacconist
  Hannah KNAPTON        Wife        M                  Female     60      Hunslet, York, England
  Tom KNAPTON           Son         U                  Male       24      Bramley, York, England      Boiler Smith
  James KNAPTON         Son         U                  Male       20      Bramley, York, England      Labourer Iron Foundry
  Francis G. KNAPTON    G Son                          Male       13      Stanningley, York, England  (())
Source Information:
  Dwelling  	New Row
  Census Place	Bramley In Bramley, York, England
  Family History Library Film  	1342078
  Public Records Office Reference  	RG11
  Piece / Folio  	4500 / 91
  Page Number  	34

1891 census:
  Knapton, John M
  Relationship: Head
  County: Yorkshire
  Age:  45
  Civil Parish:   Calverley with Farsley
  Gender: Male
  ED:   4
  Where Born: Yorkshire, Leeds
  Eccl. Parish:   Farsley St Johns
  Piece:  RG12/3654
  Town:   Calverley
  Folio:  67
  Page:   23
Location:
  Grocers shop, Cavendish St(?), Beckbottom
  Civil parish: Calverley
  Rural district:  Farsley
  Parliamentary borough:  Pudsey
  Ecclesiastical parish:  St Johns, Farsley
John M Knapton, Head, 45, Grocer(?), born Yorkshire Leeds
Emma Knapton, Wife, 42, Assisting husband, born Yorkshire Farsley
Maria Knapton, Daur, 14, Knotter(?) in Woollen Mill, born Yorkshire Farsley
Lizzie Knapton, Daur, 12, Scholar, born Yorkshire Farsley
Ethel Knapton, Daur, 9, Scholar, born Yorkshire Farsley
Harry Knapton, Son, 6, Scholar, born Yorkshire Farsley
Florence Knapton, Daur, 5, Scholar, born Yorkshire Farsley
Ross Knapton, Son, 2, -, born Yorkshire Farsley

1901 census:
  PRO Reference
  RG Number, Series	RG13
  Piece	4186
  Folio	73
  Page	26
  Schedule Number	187
Location:
  Address	7 Cavendish Sq Beckbottom
  Civil Parish	Farsley
  Rural District	--
  Town or Village or Hamlet	--
  Parliamentary Borough or Division	Pudsey
  Ecclesiastical Parish	St Johns
  Administrative County	Yorkshire W R
  County Borough, Municipal Borough or Urban District	--
  Ward of Municipal Borough or Urban District	--
John M Knapton, 54, Grocer And Beerseller Shopkeeper (Own Account working at home), born Yorks Leeds
Emma Knapton, 52, occupation "Pub", born Yorks Farsley
Gladstone Knapton, 33, Iron Fettler In Foundry, born Yorks Stanningley
Maria Knapton, 24, Woollen Mender, born Yorks Farsley
Lizzie Knapton, 22, Woollen Mender, born Yorks Farsley
Ethel Knapton, 19, Woollen Mender, born Yorks Farsley
Harry Knapton, 16, Mechanical Engineers Apprentice, born Yorks Farsley
Ross Knapton, 12, born Yorks Farsley
Florence Knapton, 15, born Yorks Farsley

1911 Census - John Marshall Knapton and children Maria, Lizzie, Ethel, Harry, Florence, Ross
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN26663 RG78PN1537 RD497 SD8 ED7 SN251
Schedule Number: 251
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Yorkshire West Riding
District: North Bierley
Subdistrict: Calverley
Enumeration District: 7
Parish: Farsley
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 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace            Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~   ~  Born   ~    ~
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 John Marshall Knapton    Head     M   65  Widower           6   6   0   Licensed Grocer                              own be    Home    Leeds Yorkshire       c1846  <39>
 Maria Knapton        Daughter     F   34  Single                        Wollen Mender                   Manufacturing   Employee       Farsley county York   c1877  <<30>>
 Lizzie Knapton       Daughter     F   32  Single                        at home                                                        Farsley county York   c1879  <<30>>
 Ethel Knapton        Daughter     F   29  Single                        Wollen Mender                   Manufacturing   Employee       Farsley county York   c1882  <<30>>
 Harry Knapton        Son          M   26  Single                        Draughtman                      Engineering    Employee        Farsley county York   c1885  <30>
 Florence Knapton     Daughter     F   25  Single                        Home                                                           Farsley county York   c1886  <<30>>
 Ross Knapton         Son          M   22  Single                        Leather Dealer                                own be           Farsley county York   c1889  <<30>>
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Number of Rooms 5
    Signature       (sig) John Marshall Knapton
    Postal Address  Beck Bottom, Farsley
---------------------------------------------------------

-

On 14/01/2004, on Hugh Knaptons advice, I ordered the birth certificate of a Dennis Marshall Knapton, born 1921.
  Registration district North Bierley
  1921 birth in the sub-disrtrict of Pudsey in the county of Yorks (W.R.)
  Name: Dennis Marshall
  Born: First July 1921 (the word Eleventh was written, but crossed out, and there
        is also the number 10 seems to have been written between the word First
        and the crossed out Eleventh, whatever that may mean)
        39 New Street, Pudsey
  Sex: Boy
  Father: Harry Knapton, Draughtsman (Electrical Engineer)
  Mother: Beatrice Maud Knapton formerly Hawley
  Informant: Harry Knapton, Father, 36 New Street, Pudsey
       (note the different house number to where Dennis was born, they definitely
        say 39 and 36 respectively)
  Registered: Eleventh July 1921
  Registrar: H.Halliday, deputy registrar
       (*all* other certs I've seen have said 'Registrar' rather than 'Deputy', so
        this is interesting in itself to me :o)
I immediately noticed Harry and Beatrice Knapton here and wondered if he was
related to the Harry Knapton in my tree.  At first I discounted it, but then
realised two things: (i) the name Marshall would be something of a coincidence,
and (ii) that Beatrice May Phillips, my great-grandmother and wife of my Harry
Knapton, died in 1912.  That means that Harry could easily have re-married to
Beatrice Maud Hawley by 1921.  I also know from Harry's marriage to my
great-grandmother that he was a draughtsman.  He didn't die until 1953.
I also know he had a prediliction for 'Beatrice M's - he married Beatrice May
Phillips in 1911, and named my grandmother Beatrice Margaret.  It wouldn't surprise
me if he later re-married a Beatrice Maud...  There seem to be too many
coincidences here to write off - Dennis could be my grandmothers half-brother!

Marriages search for Harry Knapton <30> and Beatrice Maud Hawley <98> (23/01/2004) :
Mar 1917  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Jun 1917  KNA/1  KNAPTON, Harry,     HAWLEY,  Wolverhampton, 6b/981
          HAW/3  HAWLEY, Beatrice M, KNAPTON, Wolverhampton, 6b/981
Sep 1917  ????????????????????????????????????
Dec 1917  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Mar 1918  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Jun 1918  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Sep 1918  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Dec 1918  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Mar 1919  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Jun 1919  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Sep 1919  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Dec 1919  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Mar 1920  KNA/1  KNAPTON, Harry, REDFEARN, Huddersfield, 9a/664
Jun 1920  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Sep 1920  KNA/1  KNAPTON, Harry E., TOPE, Devonport, 5b/854
Dec 1920  KNA/2  (no Harry)
Mar 1921  KNA/2  (no Harry)
Jun 1921  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Sep 1921  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Dec 1921  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Mar 1922  KNA/1  (no Harry)


Greville (26/01/2004):
I note you have Ethel KNAPTON married to James PEARSON.
I've got a bit more on them:
His full name is James Overend PEARSON
Children:  1.  Emma Overend PEARSON
               Married: George Emmanuel MANNING
               Children:  1.  John Overend MANNING
                          2.  Gordon Overend MANNING
           2.  John Overend PEARSON
               Married: Mabel BOOCOCK
               Children:  1.  Enid Overend PEARSON
                          2.  Stephen PEARSON
           3.  James Overend PEARSON
               Married: Irene
               Children:  1.  David
           4.  Ben Overend PEARSON
Sorry absolutely no dates.
Seem determined to continue the name 'Overend'.  Believe it was a distant
maiden name way back -- strongly suspect that 'Marshall' in the KNAPTONs may
be a similar origin.
Nanna Watson [Beatrice <8>] used to visit Emma when she lived in Hounslow.
She used to talk about her house on 'The Great West Road' which, I think would
be the A4.

-

Greville on Ethel Knapton (09/02/2004) :

Further to my recent email in which I put some GRO Reference details to
Sylvia, Dennis and Phyllis and their families, I have been searching around
on 1837online for Ethel KNAPTON and James PEARSON's family, and am pleased
to pass on the following Registration Details:

Ethel KNAPTON / James Overend PEARSON  -  m. 2Q 1912, District: N.Bierley,
Vol. 9b Page 44.

Emma Overend PEARSON  -  birth registered 2Q 1913, N.Bierley, 9b 123.
Married G.E.MANNING  -  m. 4Q 1939, Brentford, 3a 1435.
Child 1. John Overend MANNING  - (Registration shows middle initial as 'S' -
not 'O'??)  b. 3Q 1944, Brentford, 3a 376.
Child 2. Gordon Overend MANNING  - (Reg. shows middle initial as 'E' or it
might be 'B' - not 'O'??)  b. 2Q 1949, Ealing, 5e 245.

John Overend PEARSON  -  birth registered 3Q 1916, N.Bierley, 9b 115.
Married Mabel BOOCOCK  -  m. 3Q 1941, Wharfdale, 9a 461.
Child 1. Enid Overend PEARSON  -  b. 2Q 1942, Wharfdale, 9a 448.
Child 2. Stephen O. (probably Overend?) PEARSON  -  b. 2Q 1947, Wharfdale,
2d 1129.

James Overend PEARSON  -  birth registered 3Q 1918, N.Bierley, 9b 96.
Married Irene (HODGSON apparently)  -  m. 3Q 1941, Leeds, 9b 545.
Child 1. David O. (probably Overend?) PEARSON  -  b. 3Q 1942, Wharfdale, 9a
276.

Ben Overend PEARSON  -  birth registered 1Q 1921, N.Bierley, 9b 113.

Notes:
I'm sure I've identified all the correct people in the Index.

Strange that the middle initials of John and Gordon MANNING are not recorded
as 'O' for Overend. It was something I particularly remember my mother
telling me about.  The Birth Certificates would confirm.

-

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http://www.calverley.info/fars_bap.htm
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Page   Surname   Name            Died        Age  Born      Relationship  Relation               Comments
28     Knapton   Emma            1903 01 23  54             Wife of       John                   2nd Wife
28     Knapton   Frances         1867 07 11  21             Wife of       John
28     Knapton   John Marshall   1914 12 28  69             Husband of    Frances & Emma
28     Knapton   Maria           1946 03 25                 Daughter of   John                   Eldset Daughter
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http://www.calverley.info/fars_bap_2.htm
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Page   Surname   Name            Died        Age  Born      Relationship  Relation               Comments
126    Overend   Jonathan        ?           ?              Husband of    Sarah
126    Overend   Sarah           1812 04 29  31             Wife of       Jonathan
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-
Greville(26/04/2004) :
  Florence never married either [as with Lizzie].
  Lizzie and Florence lived together at 'Ellesmere', 12 Old Road, Farsley, and
  that's where they brought up my mother (Beatrice Margaret).
-

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <31>
Status:   D
Name:     \Alfred Thomas Watson\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -3
Position: 0100
Born:     19/09/1881, Gibraltar
Married:  ???
Died:     26/06/1938, Henley-in-Arden
Partner:  <32>
Child:    <9>
Father:   <33>
Mother:   <34>
Sibling:  \James Watson:1875:1876\ (1875 - 1876)
            Born 20/06/1875, Copiapo, Chile [grev]
            Died 12/02/1876, Copiapo, Chile [grev]
          \Ann Cooper Watson:1876:1949\ (1876 - 1949); born 26/10/1876, Copiapo, Chile; died 06/04/1949, Rushden, Northants [grev]
            Married \Thomas Edwards Thompson:1871\ [grev]
              Thomas born 1871 [grev]
              Married 01/07/1903, Higham Ferrers, Northamptonshire [grev]
              Died 1934 [grev]
          \Christian Miller Watson:1879:1945\ (F) (1879 - 1945)
            Born 09/08/1879, Copiapo, Chile [grev]
            Died 02/02/1945, Rushden, Northants [grev]
            Also known as Cissy [grev]
            Aged 31 in 1911; Born c1880, Copiapo, Chile, South America; Teacher; Single; Living at Gas Works Villa, Rushden, Northants [1911C]
          \Grace Watson:1882:1960\ (1882 - 1960)
            Born 11/12/1882, Gibraltar [grev]
            Died 19/02/1960, Northamptonshire [grev]
            Also called Gracie [grev]
          \Helen Watson:1884:1965\ (1884 - 1965)
            Born 29/04/1884, Gibraltar [grev]
            Died 07/12/1965, Northamptonshire [grev]
            Also called Nellie [grev]
          \Thomas Watson:1885:1886\ (1885 - 1886)
            Born 20/10/1885, Gibraltar [grev]
            Died 12/08/1886, Gibraltar [grev]
          \Isabella Elizabeth Watson:1888:1889\ (1888 - 1889)
            Born 27/12/1888, Gibraltar [grev]
            Died 19/07/1889, Gibraltar [grev]
Notes:

Occupation - Gas Engineer

GRO death index:
  Quarter: Jun 1938
  Name:    Alfred T. Watson
  Age/DOB: 56
  District: Stratford
  Vol/Page: 6d/971
  Researched: 30/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 31/10/2003 ; Received 07/11/2003.

Search for Alfred Watsons death on 1837online.com (20/10/2003) :
Jun 1938  WAT/2/2  WATSON, Alfred T.   56   Stratford   6d/971

Death of Alfred Watson <31> :
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Stratford-on-Avon
  1938 DEATH in the Sub-district of Stratford-on-Avon in the County of Warwick
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex     Age     Occupation             Cause of death              Informant              When reg.           Registrar
  92   Twenty sixth June 1938         Alfred       Male    57      of Shirley Road        1a. Angina Pectarus         Alan E. Soathorlon     Twenty ninth        Albert Edward Asnos
       "Kynance", Birmingham Road     Thomas               years   Rushden                 b. Myocardial Degeneration Present at the death   June 1938           Registrar
       Henley in Arden  RD            Watson                       Northamtonshire        Certified by                Birmingham Road
                                                                   Resident Gas Manager   William Smith LRCP          Henley in Arden
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


1911 Census - Alfred Watson, Alice Watson, son Thomas Watson
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN8529 RG78PN441 RD166 SD1 ED21 SN212
Schedule Number: 212
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Northamptonshire
District: Wellingborough
Subdistrict: Wellingborough
Enumeration District: 21
Parish: Wellingborough
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace                   Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~    ~    ~   Born   ~    ~
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Alfred Watson        Head         M   29  Married                       Assistant Gas Works Manager                  Worker            Gibraltar Spain (resident)   c1882  <31>
 Alice Watson         Wife         F   30  Married   5       1   1   0                                                                  Penzance Cornwall            c1883  Alice Prout Michell <32>
 Thomas Watson        Son          M    4                                                                                               Wellingborough Northants     c1907  <9>
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Number of Rooms 6
    Signature       (sig) Alfd Watson
    Postal Address  Trewithen/Spewithen(?), Castle St, Wellingborough
---------------------------------------------------------


1911 Census - Thomas Watson, wife Grace Watson (Grace Jago), daughter Christian
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN8554 RG78PN442 RD166 SD2 ED21 SN284
Schedule Number: 284
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Northamptonshire
District: Wellingborough
Subdistrict: Higham Ferrers
Enumeration District: 21
Parish: Rushden
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace                      Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~    ~    ~      Born   ~    ~
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Thomas Watson        Head         M   59  Married   36      8   5   3   Gas Engineer & Manager          Gas Manufacture   Employer     Edinburgh, Midlothian, NB       c1852  <33>
 Grace Rundle Watson    Wife       F   56  Married   36      8   5   3   -                               -            -        -        Glasgow, Lanark, NB             c1855  Grace Rundle Jago <34>
 Christan Miller Watson   Daughter  F  31  Single    -       -   -   -   Teacher                         Northants Education Committee     Copiaps, Chili, Sth America  c1880  <<31>>
 Janet Cooper         Visitor      F   60  Married   35      5   4   1   -                               -                              Glasgow, Lanark, NB             c1851  ????????
 Martha Lydia Thompson    Servant   F  22  Single    -       -   -   -   General Servant Domestic        -            -        -        Broughton, Northants            c1889
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Number of Rooms 9
    Signature       (sig) Thomas Watson
    Postal Address  Gas Works Villa, Rushden, Northants
---------------------------------------------------------


The 1901 census has the following information on Grace Watson.
  PRO Reference
  RG Number, Series	RG13
  Piece	3696
  Folio	140
  Page	41
  Schedule Number	228
Location:
  Address	84 Freme St
  Civil Parish	Sth Man
  Rural District	--
  Town or Village or Hamlet	--
  Parliamentary Borough or Division	St Manchester
  Ecclesiastical Parish	St Stephen
  Administrative County	Manchester
  County Borough, Municipal Borough or Urban District	--
  Ward of Municipal Borough or Urban District	--
Sarah Sim, widowed, 60, born Lancashire
Fanny Sim, 25, Drapers Assistant, born Lancashire
Harriet Sim, 22, Saleswoman, born Salford Lanc
Rose Annie Bentley, Boarder, 26, Drapers Assistant, Margate Kent
Grace ... Watson, Boarder, 18, Drapers Assistant, Gerbralta Spain B Subject
Etheline May McCredie, 11M, born Liverpool Lanc

No information is in the 1901 census for Alfred Watson (that I could find),
though his parents and siblings are present (see Thomas Watson <33>).

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <32>
Status:   D
Name:     \Alice Prout Michell\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -3
Position: 0101
Born:     17/02/1881, Hayle, Cornwall  [birth cert]
Married:  ???
Died:     07/12/1937, Rushden, Northants  [death cert]
Partner:  <31>
Child:    <9>
Father:   <86>
Mother:   <87>
Sibling:  \Stephen Henry Michell:1879:1916\
             Aged 1 in 1881, born Penzance, Cornwall, England; living in Phillack, Cornwall, England [1881C]
             Aged 11 in 1891, born Penzance; Attending school (Scholar); living at Commercial Rd, Phillack, Cornwall [1891C]
             Born 26/10/1879  [grev]
             Died 25/05/1916  [grev]
             Married \Lizzie Rosina Thomas:1889\  [grev]
               Lizze born 1889  [grev]
_LK-1973_
_PUBLIC_
          \William Love Michell:1882:1958\         09/02/1882 (Cornwall?) - 24/11/1958 (South Africa)  [Greville]
             Aged 9 in 1891, born Hayle, Cornwall; Attending school (Scholar); living at Commercial Rd, Phillack, Cornwall [1891C]
             Married \Alice Mary Amelia Spence:c1882\  [grev]
_LK-1992_
_PUBLIC_
          \Thomas Theophilus Michell:1883:1957\    15/01/1883 (Cornwall?) - 11/05/1957 (Canada)  [Greville]
             Aged 8 in 1891, born Hayle, Cornwall; Attending school (Scholar); living at Commercial Rd, Phillack, Cornwall [1891C]
             Married \Annie ____:c1883\  [grev]
             Children:
               \Arthur Michell:D\, died c1980  [grev]
               \Dorothy Michell\  [grev]
          \Sidney John Michell:1884:c1950\          29/06/1884 (Cornwall?) - c1950 (Toronto?, Canada)  [Greville]
             Aged 6 in 1891, born Hayle, Cornwall; Attending school (Scholar); living at Commercial Rd, Phillack, Cornwall [1891C]
             Married \Kate ____:c1884\  [grev]
_LK-1970_
_PUBLIC_
          \Violet Elizabeth Michell:1887:c1960\     21/03/1887 (Cornwall?) - c1960  [Greville]
             Aged 4 in 1891, born Hayle, Cornwall; living at Commercial Rd, Phillack, Cornwall [1891C]
             Married \Jack Reynolds:c1888\ on 27/02/1924  [grev]
               Jack born c1888  [grev]
          \Arthur Davey Michell:1893:c1960\         21/07/1893 (Cornwall?) - c1960  [Greville]
            Aged 17 in 1911; Born c1894, Hayle, Cornwall; at school; Living at 4 South Terrace, Penzance, Cornwall [1911C]
            Married \Elizabeth Hodge:c1893\ on 01/06/1948  [grev]
Source Information:
  Dwelling   Commercial Road
  Census Place   Phillack, Cornwall, England
  Family History Library Film   1341562
  Public Records Office Reference   RG11
  Piece / Folio   2337 / 33
  Page Number   28
Notes:

Present in the 1881 census, aged 1 month old, born Penzance, Cornwall, England [1881C]
  Living in Phillack, Cornwall, England in 1881 [1881C]
Aged 10 in 1891, born Penzance, Cornwall; Attending school (Scholar) [1891C]
  Living at Commercial Rd, Phillack, Cornwall in 1891 [1891C]

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Mar 1881
  Name:    Alice Prout Michell
  Mothers maiden name: --
  District: Penzance
  Vol/Page: 5c/269
  Researched: 09/08/2003, Harris Library, Preston.  Confirmed 30/10/2003, 1837online.com.
  Certificate: Ordered 27/10/2003.  Received 06/11/2003.

Alice Prout Michells <32> birth certificate:
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  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Penzance
  1881 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Penzance in the County of Cornwall
  No.   When/where             Name          Sex    Father    Mother         Fathers Occupation  Informant              When reg.  Registar
  146   Twentieth February     Alice Prout   Girl   Stephen   Annie Sophie   Corn(?) (miller?)   Annie Sophie Michell   Twelth     John James
        1881                                        Michell   Michell        Clerk               Mother                 March      Registrar
        18 Cornwall Terrace,                                  formerly                           Commercial Road        1881
        Penzance                                              Love                               Hayle
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Search for death of Alice Michell on 1837online.com (30/10/2003) :
Dec 1937  WAT/2/2  Watson, Alice P., 56, Wellingbro', 3b/157

GRO death index:
  Quarter: Dec 1937
  Name:    Alice P. Watson
  Age/DOB: 56
  District: Wellingbro'
  Vol/Page: 3b/157
  Researched: 30/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 31/10/2003 ; Received 07/11/2003.

Death of Alice Prout Watson <32> :
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Wellingborough
  1937 DEATH in the Sub-district of Rushden in the County of Northampton
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex     Age     Occupation             Cause of death              Informant              When reg.           Registrar
  466  Seventh December 1937          Alice Prout  Female  56      Wife of Alfred         1a) Respiratory paralysis   Alfred T. Watson       Seventh             Arthur Thurglas
       Shirley Road  Rushden  UD      Watson               years   Thomas Watson           b) Beribral Embolism       Widower of deceased    December            Registar
                                                                   a Gas Engineer         2) Asthma                   Present at the death   1937
                                                                                          Certified by                Shirley Road
                                                                                          D.S.Greenfield  MD          Rushden
  {{ So Alice suffered from asthma! }}
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IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0
  British Isles
Alice P Michell
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:  1881   Penzance, , Cornwall, England
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  Stephen Michell
  Mother:  Ann S
Messages:
 Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church. No additional
 information is available. Ancestral File may list the same family and the submitter.
Source Information:
   No source information is available.

((This matches the information on Alice Prout Michells birth certificate,
20/02/1881, 18 Cornwall Terrace, Penzance, which names her father as
Stephen Michell and her mother as Annie Sophie Love.))

1881 census:
Alice P. MICHELL
  Female
Other Information:
  Birth Year   1881
  Birthplace   Penzance, Cornwall, England
  Age   1 m
  Occupation   --
  Marital Status   --
  Head of Household   Stephen MICHELL
  Relation   Daur
  Disability   --
Household:
 Name                 Relation  Marital Status  Gender   Age   Birthplace                    Occupation                         Disability
  Stephen MICHELL      Head      M               Male     31    St Day, Cornwall, England      Accountant Corn Seed Etc (Clk)
  Ann S. MICHELL       Wife      M               Female   27    Penzance, Cornwall, England
  Stephen H. MICHELL   Son                       Male     1     Penzance, Cornwall, England
  Alice P. MICHELL     Daur                      Female   1m    Penzance, Cornwall, England
  Lucretia CHESTER     Nurse     M               Female   46    Penzance, Cornwall, England    Nurse
  Eliz.E. DAVEY        Servant   U               Female   23    Gwennap, Cornwall, England     General Servant
Source Information:
  Dwelling   Commercial Road
  Census Place   Phillack, Cornwall, England
  Family History Library Film   1341562
  Public Records Office Reference   RG11
  Piece / Folio   2337 / 33
  Page Number   28
((Why did Stephen and/or Ann have a nurse?  Was Nurse Chester actually a babysitter?))

1891 Census:
  Civil parish:    Phillack
  Urban Sanitary District: Phillack
  Ecclesiastical parish:    St Elwyn
  County:    Cornwall
  Street address:    Commercial Rd
  Source information:    RG12/1852
  Registration district:    Redruth
  Sub registration district:    Phillack
  ED, institution, or vessel:    2
  Folio:    26
  Page:    15
Stephen Michell            Head            M     41   Accountant                 Cornwall St. Day
Annie L.(S.?) Michell      Wife            M     39   --                         Cornwall Penzance
Stephen H. Michell         Son                   11   Scholar                    Cornwall Penzance
Alice P. Michell           Daur                  10   Scholar                    Cornwall Penzance
William L.(S?) Michell     Son                    9   Scholar                    Cornwall Hayle
Thomas L.(S? J?) Michell   Son                    8   Scholar                    Cornwall Hayle
Sidney L.(?) Michell       Son                    6   Scholar                    Cornwall Hayle
Violet E.(?) Michell       Daur                   4   --                         Cornwall Hayle
Amelia Love                Mother in Law   Wid   63   Living on her means        Cornwall Calstock
Elizabeth Hic[kh]in        Serv            S     20   General Servant Domestic   Cornwall Phillack


1911 Census - Alfred Watson, Alice Watson, son Thomas Watson
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN8529 RG78PN441 RD166 SD1 ED21 SN212
Schedule Number: 212
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Northamptonshire
District: Wellingborough
Subdistrict: Wellingborough
Enumeration District: 21
Parish: Wellingborough
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace                   Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~    ~    ~   Born   ~    ~
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Alfred Watson        Head         M   29  Married                       Assistant Gas Works Manager                  Worker            Gibraltar Spain (resident)   c1882  <31>
 Alice Watson         Wife         F   30  Married   5       1   1   0                                                                  Penzance Cornwall            c1883  Alice Prout Michell <32>
 Thomas Watson        Son          M    4                                                                                               Wellingborough Northants     c1907  <9>
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Number of Rooms 6
    Signature       (sig) Alfd Watson
    Postal Address  Trewithen/Spewithen(?), Castle St, Wellingborough
---------------------------------------------------------


1911 Census - Stephen Michell, wife Annie Michell (nee Annie Love), son Arthur
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN14077 RG78PN839 RD300 SD4 ED21 SN295
Schedule Number: 295
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Cornwall
District: Penzance
Subdistrict: Penzance
Enumeration District: 21
Parish: Penzance
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace           Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~     Born   ~    ~
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Mary Callenso        Head         F   58  Single    -       -   -   -                                                                  Penzance, Cornwall   c1853
 Stephen Michell      Visitor      M   61  Married   -       -   -   -   Accountant & company secretary  Commercial                     St Days, Cornwall    c1850  <86>
 Annie Sophie Michell   Visitor    F   57  Married   32      7   7   -                                                                  Penzance, Cornwall   c1854  Annie Sophia Love <87>
 Arthur Davey Michell   Visitor    M   17  Single    -       -   -   -   School                                                         Hayle, Cornwall      c1894  <<32>>
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    Number of Rooms 6
    Signature       (sig) Mary Callenso
    Postal Address  4 South Terrace, Penzance, Cornwall
---------------------------------------------------------


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/=============================================================================/

ID:       <33>
Status:   D
Name:     \Thomas Watson\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -4
Position: 01000
Born:     10/01/1852, Edinburgh  [Greville]
Married:  04/05/1874, Glasgow  [Greville]
Died:     01/12/1924, Rushden, Northants  [Greville]
Partner:  <34>
Child:    <31>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

1911 Census - Thomas Watson, wife Grace Watson (Grace Jago), daughter Christian
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN8554 RG78PN442 RD166 SD2 ED21 SN284
Schedule Number: 284
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Northamptonshire
District: Wellingborough
Subdistrict: Higham Ferrers
Enumeration District: 21
Parish: Rushden
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace                      Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~    ~    ~      Born   ~    ~
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Thomas Watson        Head         M   59  Married   36      8   5   3   Gas Engineer & Manager          Gas Manufacture   Employer     Edinburgh, Midlothian, NB       c1852  <33>
 Grace Rundle Watson    Wife       F   56  Married   36      8   5   3   -                               -            -        -        Glasgow, Lanark, NB             c1855  Grace Rundle Jago <34>
 Christan Miller Watson   Daughter  F  31  Single    -       -   -   -   Teacher                         Northants Education Committee     Copiaps, Chili, Sth America  c1880  <<31>>
 Janet Cooper         Visitor      F   60  Married   35      5   4   1   -                               -                              Glasgow, Lanark, NB             c1851  ????????
 Martha Lydia Thompson    Servant   F  22  Single    -       -   -   -   General Servant Domestic        -            -        -        Broughton, Northants            c1889
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Number of Rooms 9
    Signature       (sig) Thomas Watson
    Postal Address  Gas Works Villa, Rushden, Northants
---------------------------------------------------------

In 1901 census:
PRO Reference:
  RG Number, Series	RG13
  Piece	1440
  Folio	164
  Page	17
  Schedule Number	74
Location:
  Address	Shirley Park
  Civil Parish	Rushden
  Rural District	--
  Town or Village or Hamlet	Rushden
  Parliamentary Borough or Division	East Northamptonshire
  Ecclesiastical Parish	Rushden
  Administrative County	Northamptonshire
  County Borough, Municipal Borough or Urban District	--
  Ward of Municipal Borough or Urban District	--
Thomas Watson, 49, Gas Enginer & Manager, born Scotland
Grace N Watson, 46, born Scotland
Ann C Watson, 24, Civil Service Sort & Clerk Telegraph, Chile S A British Subject
Christian M Watson, 21, Teacher In Board School, Chile S A British Subject
Helen Watson, 16, Student For Civil Service (nullworking at home), born Gibraltar

No matching Thomas Watson and Grace Watson in 1881 England census.
They were born in Scotland, and were married in 1874 in Scotland.
They are also known to be in Rushden, England by the 1901 census.
Possibly they moved from Scotland to England between 3 April 1881 and 31 March 1901.

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <34>
Status:   D
Name:     \Grace Rundle Jago\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -4
Position: 01001
Born:     10/01/1855, Glasgow  [Greville]
          In 1861: Aged 6, so born c1855, Glasgow, Lanarkshire; Scholar; living at 147 Hospital St, Glasgow Govan, Hutchesontown, Lanarkshire  [1861C]
Married:  04/05/1874, Glasgow  [Greville]
Died:     02/12/1916, Rushden, Northants  [Greville]
Partner:  <33>
Child:    <31>
Father:   <35>
Mother:   <36>
Sibling:  \Helen Bishop Jago:1849\, born 27/06/1849, (Glasgow?)  [Greville]
            In 1851: Aged 1, so born c1850, Glasgow, Lanark; living at 146 Hospital Street, Gorbals, Lanarkshire  [1851C]
            In 1861: Aged 11, so born c1850, Glasgow, Lanarkshire; Scholar; living at 147 Hospital St, Glasgow Govan, Hutchesontown, Lanarkshire  [1861C]
            Married \George Findlay:c1849\ on 07/03/1871, Queens Park, Glasgow  [Greville]
            Children:
              \Ann Findlay:1872\, born 20/05/1872, Glasgow  [Greville]
              \Helen Jago Findlay:1874\, born 16/01/1874, Glasgow  [Greville]
              \William Findlay:1875\, born 18/07/1875, Glasgow  [Greville]
              \George B. Findlay:c1880\, born c1880, Glasgow  [Greville]
              \Isabella Jago Findlay:1885\, born 30/09/1885, Glasgow  [Greville]
              \Arthur Steven Findlay:1888\, born 08/01/1888, Glasgow; died 22/03/1907, Glasgow  [Greville]
          \Josias Jago:1851\, born 08/02/1851, Glasgow  [Greville]
            In 1851: Aged 2 months, so born 1851, Glasgow, Lanark; living at 146 Hospital Street, Gorbals, Lanarkshire  [1851C]
          \Isabella Gifford Jago:1852:1878\, born 27/11/1852, Glasgow;  [Greville]
            In 1861: Aged 8, so born c1853, Glasgow, Lanarkshire; Scholar; living at 147 Hospital St, Glasgow Govan, Hutchesontown, Lanarkshire  [1861C]
            Married \James Cocker:c1840\ on 24/08/1869, Manton Terrace, Strathbungo;  [Greville]
              James born c1840, Glasgow  [Greville]
            Died 06/07/1878, Eglinton Street, Glasgow  [Greville]
            Children:
              \Margaret Kerr Cocker:1872\, born 07/07/1872, Eglinton Street, Glasgow  [Greville]
              \Isabella Giford Cocker:1878\, born 29/06/1878, Eglinton Street, Glasgow  [Greville]
          \Alfred Thomas Jago:1857:1930\, born 07/04/1857, Hutchesontown, Glasgow;  [Greville]
            In 1861: Aged 4, so born c1857, Glasgow, Lanarkshire; living at 147 Hospital St, Glasgow Govan, Hutchesontown, Lanarkshire  [1861C]
            Died 17/03/1930, Glasgow-1930  [Greville]
            Occupation: Railway Clerk  [Greville]
            Married \Catherine McDiarmid:c1857\ on 12/06/1884, Kinning Park, Glasgow  [Greville]
            Children:
              \Alfred Thomas Jago:1885\, born 14/12/1885, Govanhill, Glasgow; Died 13/04/1909, Glasgow  [Greville]
            Married \Jane Johnston:1887\ on 25/11/1887, Johnstone, Renfrewshire  [Greville]
            Children:
              \Robert Johnston Jago:1889:1889\, born 19/04/1889, Glasgow; Died 25/07/1889, Glasgow  [Greville]
              \Mary Cairney Jago:1890:1891\, born 06/12/1890, Govanhill, Glasgow; Died 05/11/1891, Govanhill, Glasgow  [Greville]
          \James Cooper Jago:1859\, born 27/05/1859, Hospital Street, Glasgow  [Greville]
            James H St Jago: In 1861: Aged 1, so born c1860, Glasgow, Lanarkshire; living at 147 Hospital St, Glasgow Govan, Hutchesontown, Lanarkshire  [1861C]
          \Ann Cooper Jago:1861:1879\, born 07/05/1861, Hutchesontown, Glasgow; Died 28/01/1879, Gorbals, Glasgow  [Greville]
          \Elizabeth Broderick Jago:1863:1935\
            Gained majority (became age 21?) on 11/08/1883  [will of Alfred Jago <35>]
            So born c1862?
            Residing in Annette Street, Govanhill, Glasgow in 1883  [will of Alfred Jago <35>]
            Born 11/08/1863, Lilybank Cottage, Dumbarton  [Greville]
            Died 02/03/1935, Rose Street, Dunfermline  [Greville]
            Married \George Nicol:c1852\ (born c.1852?) on 30/12/1919, Dixon Avenue, Glasgow  [Greville]
          \William Cooper Jago:1869\, born 07/07/1869, Govan, Glasgow; Died 12/03/1874, Govan, Glasgow  [Greville]
Notes:

On Elizabeth Broderick Jago, from the will of Alfred Jago <35> :
  "At Glasgow 27 July 1883, Compeared George Jackson, Writer, Glasgow and gave in the Inventory to be
  recorded whereof the tenor follows:-
  Inventory of the Personal Estate wheresoever situated of Alfred Thomas Jago Accountant of the
  Caledonian Railway Company who died at No.14 Langside Road, Govanhill, Glasgow, on the twenty eighth
  day of March, Eighteen hundred and eighty three:-
  ... that the said Alfred Thomas Jago died at number fourteen Langside Road, Govanhill, Glasgow,
  domiciled there upon the twenty eighth day of March Eighteen hundred and eighty three, and left
  lawful issue surviving but no Widows that the Deponent has entered upon the possession and management
  of the deceased's estate as Executor nominated by him along with Elizabeth Broderick Jago,
  daughter of Testator, presently residing in Annette Street, Govanhill (but who is not entitled to
  act as Executor till the eleventh day of August Eighteen hundred and eighty four on which day she
  attains majority) in a deed of Settlement executed by him on the ninth day of March and registered
  in the Sheriff Court Books for the County of Lanark, kept at Glasgow on the seventh day of April both
  in the year Eighteen hundred and eighty three ..."

1911 Census - Thomas Watson, wife Grace Watson (Grace Jago), daughter Christian
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN8554 RG78PN442 RD166 SD2 ED21 SN284
Schedule Number: 284
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Northamptonshire
District: Wellingborough
Subdistrict: Higham Ferrers
Enumeration District: 21
Parish: Rushden
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace                      Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~    ~    ~      Born   ~    ~
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 Thomas Watson        Head         M   59  Married   36      8   5   3   Gas Engineer & Manager          Gas Manufacture   Employer     Edinburgh, Midlothian, NB       c1852  <33>
 Grace Rundle Watson    Wife       F   56  Married   36      8   5   3   -                               -            -        -        Glasgow, Lanark, NB             c1855  Grace Rundle Jago <34>
 Christan Miller Watson   Daughter  F  31  Single    -       -   -   -   Teacher                         Northants Education Committee     Copiaps, Chili, Sth America  c1880  <<31>>
 Janet Cooper         Visitor      F   60  Married   35      5   4   1   -                               -                              Glasgow, Lanark, NB             c1851  ????????
 Martha Lydia Thompson    Servant   F  22  Single    -       -   -   -   General Servant Domestic        -            -        -        Broughton, Northants            c1889
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    Number of Rooms 9
    Signature       (sig) Thomas Watson
    Postal Address  Gas Works Villa, Rushden, Northants
---------------------------------------------------------

1861 Scotland Census
Registration Number: 644/10
Registration district: Hutchesontown
Civil parish: Glasgow Govan
County: Lanarkshire
Address: 147 Hospital St
ED: 56
Page: 12 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 58
Line: 16
Roll: CSSCT1861_112

Name                   Gender   Age     EstBYear   Relationship    Occupation                   Where born
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alfred St Jago         Male     36      abt 1825   Head            Railway Clerk                England
Ann St Jago            Female   32      abt 1829   Wife                                         Hamilton, Lanarkshire
Elizabeth B St Jago    Female   24      abt 1837   Sister          House Keeper                 England
Helen B St Jago        Female   11      abt 1850   Daughter        Scholar                      Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Isabella G St Jago     Female    8      abt 1853   Daughter        Scholar                      Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Grace R St Jago        Female    6      abt 1855   Daughter        Scholar                      Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Alfred T St Jago       Male      4      abt 1857   Son                                          Glasgow, Lanarkshire
James H St Jago        Male      1      abt 1860   Son                                          Glasgow, Lanarkshire

1851 Scotland Census
Parish Number: 644/2
Civil parish: Gorbals
County: Lanarkshire
Address: 146 Hospital Street
ED: 5
Page: 24 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 92
Line: 15
Roll: CSSCT1851_163

Name            Gender   Age     EstBYear   Relationship    Occupation     Where born
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alfred Jago     Male     24      abt 1827   Head            Railway Clerk  England
Ann Jago        Female   22      abt 1829   Wife                           Hamilton, Lanark
Elizabeth Jago  Female   14      abt 1837   Sister                         England
Helen Jago      Female    1      abt 1850   Daughter                       Glasgow, Lanark
Josias Jago     Male      2 Mo   abt 1851   Son                            Glasgow, Lanark

See Thomas Watson <33> for extra information.

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <35>
Status:   D
Name:     \Alfred Thomas Jago\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -5
Position: 010010
Born:     c1825, Gloucestershire  [Greville]
          In 1851: Aged 24, so born c1827, England; Railway Clerk; living at 146 Hospital Street, Gorbals, Lanarkshire  [1851C]
          In 1861: Aged 36, so born c1825, England; Railway Clerk; living at 147 Hospital St, Glasgow Govan, Hutchesontown, Lanarkshire  [1861C]
Married:  28/08/1848, Govan, Lanarkshire, Scotland  [Greville]
Died:     28/03/1883, 14 Langside Road, Govanhill, Glasgow  [Greville, will]
Partner:  <36>
Child:    <34>
Father:   <37>
Mother:   <38>
Sibling:  \Edwin Brooks Jago:c1826:1888\, born c1826, England  [Greville]
            Died 18/07/1888, Hospital Street, Glasgow  [Greville]
            In 1841: Aged 15, so born c1826, England; Living at 167 Main St Gorbals, Gorbals, Lanarkshire; Shop Boy  [1841C]
            In 1851: Aged 26, so born c1825, England; Living at 4 Reform Court, Gorbals, Lanarkshire; Ironmonger  [1851C]
            In 1861: Aged 35, so born c1826, England; Saleaman Ironmanger; living at 92 Rutherglen Loan, Glasgow Govan, Hutchesontown, Lanarkshire  [1861C]
            Married \Mary Robertson Brown:c1823:1889\ on 31/05/1850, Glasgow  [Greville]
              In 1851: Mary is aged 26, so born c1825, Glasgow, Lanark; Living at 4 Reform Court, Gorbals, Lanarkshire  [1851C]
              In 1861: Aged 37, so born c1824, Glasgow, Lanarkshire; living at 92 Rutherglen Loan, Glasgow Govan, Hutchesontown, Lanarkshire  [1861C]
              Mary born c1823, Glasgow; Died 19/12/1889, Caledonia Road, Glasgow  [Greville]
              Full name Mary Robertson Brown taken from death cert  [death cert of Mary]
              Mary's father: \William Brown\, a Lithographer journeyman, deceased by 20/12/1889  [death cert of Mary]
              Mary's mother: \Amelia Robertson\, deceased by 20/12/1889  [death cert of Mary]
              Data from http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec?htx=message&r=rw&p=localities.britisles.scotland.lks.general&m=4888
              "I have a list of Death Certificates here that I would be happy to send on to those who have these family members.
               19 Dec 1889 Mary Robertson Jago widow of Edwin Brooks Jago. Aged: 65. Father: William Brown. Mother: Amelia Brown nee Robertson."
              Death cert: Mary Robertson Jago, Female, 65 years old, Widow of Edwin Brooks Jago (Ironmonger Master)
                          When/Where - 19/12/1889, 5:30pm, 42 Caledonia Road, Glasgow
                          Parents - William Brown (Lithographer journeyman (deceased)), Amelia Brown nee Robertson (deceased)
                          Cause of death - Disease of the Heart, Congestion of the Lungs, Congestion of the Kidneys, as cert by Alan Morton MD
                          Registered - 20/12/1889, Glasgow, by Mary Brown Halliday, Daughter
            Children:
              \Amelia Robertson Jago:1851:1917\, born 08/10/1851, Glasgow;  [Greville]
                In 1861: Aged 9, so born c1852, Glasgow, Lanarkshire; living at 92 Rutherglen Loan, Glasgow Govan, Hutchesontown, Lanarkshire  [1861C]
                Died 29/03/1917, Western Infirmary, Glasgow  [Greville]
                Married \John Fountain:c1848\ on 07/10/1880, Hospital Street, Glasgow  [Greville]
                  John born c1848, Lincoln, England  [Greville]
                Children:
                  \Mary Robertson Brown Fountain:1881\, born 15/09/1881, McLean Street, Govan, Glasgow  [Greville]
                  \Sarah Martin Fountain:1883\, born 16/07/1883, Paisley Road West, Govan, Glasgow  [Greville]
                  \Joseph Rowston Fountain:1885\, born 30/03/1885, Paisley Road West, Govan, Glasgow  [Greville]
              \Josias Jago:1854:1918\, born 04/01/1854, Glasgow;  [Greville]
                 In 1861: Aged 7, so born c1854, Glasgow, Lanarkshire; living at 92 Rutherglen Loan, Glasgow Govan, Hutchesontown, Lanarkshire  [1861C]
                 Died 03/10/1918, Barnhill Poor House, Glasgow  [Greville]
                 Married \Sarah Cameron Fairlie:c1854:1923\ on 10/03/1876, Adelphi Street, Glasgow  [Greville]
                   Sarah born c1854, Waterside, Ayrshire  [Greville]
                     died 19/03/1923, Comely Park Street, Glasgow  [Greville]
                 Children:
                   \Edwin Brooks Jago:1877\, born 30/04/1877, Garngad Road, Glasgow  [Greville]
                   \Jane Douglas Roy Jago:1879\, born 28/05/1879, Bellfield Street, Glasgow  [Greville]
                   \John Fairlie Jago:1883\, born 09/08/1883, Comely Street, Glasgow  [Greville]
                   \Josias Jago:1885\, born 01/12/1885, Comely Park Street, Glasgow  [Greville]
              \Grace Rundle Jago:c1854\, born 04/01/1854(??????), Glasgow  [Greville]
                In 1861: Aged 7, so born c1854, Glasgow, Lanarkshire; living at 92 Rutherglen Loan, Glasgow Govan, Hutchesontown, Lanarkshire  [1861C]
                Married \James Rutherford:c1861\ on 17/08/1886, Cathcart Street, Glasgow  [Greville]
                  James born c1861, Greenock, Renfrewshire  [Greville]
                Children:
                  \Edwin James Rutherford:1888\, born 18/06/1888, Caledonia Road, Glasgow  [Greville]
                  \Alexander Gair Rutherford:1891\, born 20/07/1891, Caledonia Road, Glasgow  [Greville]
                  \Josias Jago Rutherford:1891\, born 20/07/1891, Caledonia Road, Glasgow; Died 22/07/1891, Caledonia Road, Glasgow  [Greville]
                  \Mary Robertson Brown Rutherford:1893\, born 24/09/1893, Caledonia Road, Glasgow  [Greville]
              \William Brown Jago:1856\, 16/03/1856, Milton Street, Glasgow  [Greville]
                 In 1861: Aged 5, so born c1856, Glasgow, Lanarkshire; living at 92 Rutherglen Loan, Glasgow Govan, Hutchesontown, Lanarkshire  [1861C]
                 Married \Jessie Groat Balfour:1860\ on 13/09/1883, Cathcart Road, Glasgow  [Greville]
                   Jessie born 25/01/1860, Cathcart Street, Glasgow  [Greville]
                 Children:
                   \Jessie Groat Balfour Jago:1886\, born 11/07/1886, Glasgow  [Greville]
                   \Edwin Brooks Jago:1889\, born 24/04/1889, Murdieston Street, Glasgow  [Greville]
                   \William Balfour Paterson Jago:1893\, born 12/06/1893, Murdieston Street, Glasgow  [Greville]
                   \Mary Robertson Brown Jago:1896\, born 12/09/1896, Greenock, Renfrewshire  [Greville]
              \Mary Brown Jago:1857\, born 23/12/1857, Glasgow; Died 26/12/1857, Glasgow  [Greville]
              \Mary Brown Jago:1859\, born 11/05/1859, Glasgow  [Greville]
                 In 1861: Aged 1, so born c1860, Glasgow, Lanarkshire; living at 92 Rutherglen Loan, Glasgow Govan, Hutchesontown, Lanarkshire  [1861C]
                 Alive on 19/12/1889, at time of death of mother Mary Robertson Jago (nee Brown)  [death cert of Mary Robertson Brown]
                 Married \Thomas Halliday:1855\ on 03/12/1885, Hospital Street, Glasgow  [Greville]
                   Thomas born 27/02/1855, Milton Street, Glasgow  [Greville]
                 Children:
                   \Isabella Halliday:c1877\, born c1877, England  [Greville]
                   \George R Halliday:c1887\, born c1887, England  [Greville]
                   \Edwin J Halliday:c1889\, born c1889, England  [Greville]
              \Elizabeth Moore Jago:1861\, born 27/07/1861, Shamrock Street, Glasgow  [Greville]
          \Josias Coke Jago:1832:1869\, born c1832, Scotland?  [Greville]
            Died 21/09/1869, Kilsyth, Stirlingshire  [Greville]
            In 1841: Aged 9, so born c1832, England; Living at 167 Main St Gorbals, Gorbals, Lanarkshire  [1841C]
            In 1861: Aged 29, so born c1832, England; Temperance Lecturer; living at Manse, Loudoun, Ayrshire; lodger with 36 year old Robert Anderson  [1861C]
            Married \Margaret McKay:c1832\ on 27/05/1859, Blythswood, Glasgow  [Greville]
              Margaret born c1832, Busby, Renfrewshire  [Greville]
            Children:
              \John McKay Jago:1862\, born 10/01/1862, Florence Street, Glasgow  [Greville]
              \Isabella Crawford Jago:1864\, born 12/03/1864, Cullen, Banffshire, Scotland  [Greville]
                Married \Thomas Brown:c1861\ on 01/04/1892, St Andrews Hall, Glasgow  [Greville]
                  Thomas born c1861, Scotland?  [Greville]
                Children:
                  \Agnes Fulton Brown:1900\, born 21/10/1900, Glasgow  [Greville]
              \Edwin Brookes Jago:1866\, born 11/04/1866, Kilsyth, Stirlingshire  [Greville]
              \Grace Jago:1868:1933\, born 29/08/1868, Kilsyth, Stirlingshire  [Greville]
                Died 07/09/1933, Hillhead, Lanarkshire  [Greville]
                Married \James Stormonth:c1866\ on 29/12/1896, Bath Street, Glasgow  [Greville]
                  James born c1866, Scotland?  [Greville]
          \Elizabeth Broderick Jago:c1836:1866\, born c1836, Glasgow  [Greville]
            In 1841: Aged 5, so born c1836, England; Living at 167 Main St Gorbals, Gorbals, Lanarkshire  [1841C]
            In 1851: Aged 14, so born c1837, England; living at 146 Hospital Street, Gorbals, Lanarkshire  [1851C]
            In 1861: Aged 24, so born c1837, England; House Keeper; living at 147 Hospital St, Glasgow Govan, Hutchesontown, Lanarkshire  [1861C]
            Died 16/02/1866, Main Street, Glasgow  [Greville]
            Married \James Bain:c1831\ on 28/07/1863, Dumbarton, Scotland  [Greville]
              James born c1831, Neilston, Renfrew, Scotland  [Greville]
          \John Wesley Jago:c1830\
            In 1841: Aged 11, so born c1830, England; Living at 167 Main St Gorbals, Gorbals, Lanarkshire  [1841C]
              ** RELATIONSHIPS NOT INDICATED IN SCOTLAND 1841 CENSUS, SO UNSURE IF A SIBLING OF ALFRED **
            In 1861: Aged 31, so born c1830, England; Cashier (leather Factors); living at 148 Cumberland St, Glasgow Govan, Hutchesontown, Lanarkshire  [1861C]
            Married \Margaret Pollock ____:c1830\
              In 1861: Aged 31, so born c1830, Glasgow, Lanarkshire; living at 148 Cumberland St, Glasgow Govan, Hutchesontown, Lanarkshire  [1861C]
            Children:
              \Agnes B M Jago:c1854\
                In 1861: Aged 7, so born c1854, Greenock, Renfrewshire; living at 148 Cumberland St, Glasgow Govan, Hutchesontown, Lanarkshire  [1861C]
              \Amelia D Jago:c1857\
                In 1861: Aged 4, so born c1857, Glasgow, Lanarkshire; living at 148 Cumberland St, Glasgow Govan, Hutchesontown, Lanarkshire  [1861C]
              \Jane A Jago:c1859\
                In 1861: Aged 2, so born c1859, Lugar, Ayrshire; living at 148 Cumberland St, Glasgow Govan, Hutchesontown, Lanarkshire  [1861C]
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Notes:

"Accountant of the Caledonian Railway Company"  [will]

From the will of Alfred Jago <35> :
  "At Glasgow 27 July 1883, Compeared George Jackson, Writer, Glasgow and gave in the Inventory to be
  recorded whereof the tenor follows:-
  Inventory of the Personal Estate wheresoever situated of Alfred Thomas Jago Accountant of the
  Caledonian Railway Company who died at No.14 Langside Road, Govanhill, Glasgow, on the twenty eighth
  day of March, Eighteen hundred and eighty three:-
  ... that the said Alfred Thomas Jago died at number fourteen Langside Road, Govanhill, Glasgow,
  domiciled there upon the twenty eighth day of March Eighteen hundred and eighty three, and left
  lawful issue surviving but no Widows that the Deponent has entered upon the possession and management
  of the deceased's estate as Executor nominated by him along with Elizabeth Broderick Jago,
  daughter of Testator, presently residing in Annette Street, Govanhill (but who is not entitled to
  act as Executor till the eleventh day of August Eighteen hundred and eighty four on which day she
  attains majority) in a deed of Settlement executed by him on the ninth day of March and registered
  in the Sheriff Court Books for the County of Lanark, kept at Glasgow on the seventh day of April both
  in the year Eighteen hundred and eighty three ..."

1861 Scotland Census
Registration Number: 644/10
Registration district: Hutchesontown
Civil parish: Glasgow Govan
County: Lanarkshire
Address: 147 Hospital St
ED: 56
Page: 12 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 58
Line: 16
Roll: CSSCT1861_112

Name                   Gender   Age     EstBYear   Relationship    Occupation                   Where born
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alfred St Jago         Male     36      abt 1825   Head            Railway Clerk                England
Ann St Jago            Female   32      abt 1829   Wife                                         Hamilton, Lanarkshire
Elizabeth B St Jago    Female   24      abt 1837   Sister          House Keeper                 England
Helen B St Jago        Female   11      abt 1850   Daughter        Scholar                      Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Isabella G St Jago     Female    8      abt 1853   Daughter        Scholar                      Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Grace R St Jago        Female    6      abt 1855   Daughter        Scholar                      Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Alfred T St Jago       Male      4      abt 1857   Son                                          Glasgow, Lanarkshire
James H St Jago        Male      1      abt 1860   Son                                          Glasgow, Lanarkshire

1861 Scotland Census
Registration Number: 644/10
Registration district: Hutchesontown
Civil parish: Glasgow Govan
County: Lanarkshire
Address: 92 Rutherglen Loan
ED: 35
Page: 4 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 19
Line: 21
Roll: CSSCT1861_112

Name                   Gender   Age     EstBYear   Relationship    Occupation                   Where born
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Edwin Brook Jago       Male     35      abt 1826   Head            Saleaman Ironmanger          England
Mary Robertson Jago    Female   37      abt 1824   Wife                                         Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Muelea Robertson Jago  Female    9      abt 1852   Daughter                                     Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Grace R Jago           Female    7      abt 1854   Daughter                                     Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Josias Jago            Male      7      abt 1854   Son                                          Glasgow, Lanarkshire
William B Jago         Male      5      abt 1856   Son                                          Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Mary B Jago            Female    1      abt 1860   Daughter                                     Glasgow, Lanarkshire

1861 Scotland Census
Registration Number: 644/10
Registration district: Hutchesontown
Civil parish: Glasgow Govan
County: Lanarkshire
Address: 148 Cumberland St
ED: 39
Page: 1 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 4
Line: 14
Roll: CSSCT1861_112

Name                   Gender   Age     EstBYear   Relationship    Occupation                   Where born
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Wesley Jago       Male     31      abt 1830   Head            Cashier (leather Factors)    England
Margaret Pollock Jago  Female   31      abt 1830   Wife                                         Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Agnes B M Jago         Female    7      abt 1854   Daughter                                     Greenock, Renfrewshire
Amelia D Jago          Female    4      abt 1857   Daughter                                     Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Jane A Jago            Female    2      abt 1859   Daughter                                     Lugar, Ayrshire

1861 Scotland Census
Registration Number: 603
Registration district: Loudoun
Civil parish: Loudoun
County: Ayrshire
Address: Manse
ED: 9
Page: 13 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 73
Line: 2
Roll: CSSCT1861_88

Name                   Gender   Age     EstBYear   Relationship    Occupation                   Where born
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Robert Anderson                 36
Jane Anderson                   35
Mary Baird                      19
Thomas Anderson                  8
Jane Anderson                    5
Josias Jago            Male     29      abt 1832   Lodger          Temperance Lecturer          England

1851 Scotland Census
Parish Number: 644/2
Civil parish: Gorbals
County: Lanarkshire
Address: 146 Hospital Street
ED: 5
Page: 24 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 92
Line: 15
Roll: CSSCT1851_163

Name            Gender   Age     EstBYear   Relationship    Occupation     Where born
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alfred Jago     Male     24      abt 1827   Head            Railway Clerk  England
Ann Jago        Female   22      abt 1829   Wife                           Hamilton, Lanark
Elizabeth Jago  Female   14      abt 1837   Sister                         England
Helen Jago      Female    1      abt 1850   Daughter                       Glasgow, Lanark
Josias Jago     Male      2 Mo   abt 1851   Son                            Glasgow, Lanark

1851 Scotland Census
Parish Number: 644/2
Civil parish: Gorbals
County: Lanarkshire
Address: 4 Reform Court
ED: 8C
Page: 17 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 67
Line: 14
Roll: CSSCT1851_166

Name            Gender   Age     EstBYear   Relationship    Occupation     Where born
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Edwin B Jago    Male     26      abt 1825   Head            Ironmonger     England
Mary Jago       Female   26      abt 1825   Wife                           Glasgow, Lanark
Sidney J Jago   Male     11      abt 1840   Brother                        Glasgow, Lanark

1841 Scotland Census Record
Civil parish: Gorbals
County: Lanarkshire
Address: 167 Main St Gorbals
Occupation: Excis Officer
Parish Number: 644/2
ED: 70
Page: 13
 Name             MF  Age   Occupation     EstBYear  Birthplace              Civil Parish          County       Parish Number
 Jonas Jago        M  45    Excis Officer  abt 1796  England                 Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2
 Mrs Jago          F  45                   abt 1796  England                 Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2
 Edwin Jago        M  15    Shop Boy       abt 1826  England                 Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2
 Alfred Jago       M  14    Clerk          abt 1827  England                 Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2
 John Jago         M  11                   abt 1830  England                 Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2
 Jonas Jago Jr     M   9                   abt 1832  England                 Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2
 Elizabeth Jago    F   5                   abt 1836  England                 Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2
 Sidney Jago       M   2                   abt 1839  Lanarkshire, Scotland   Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2

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JAGO FAMILY CAME TO NEW ZEALAND
Posted by: Sydney Jago (ID *****9665)  [jago-syd AT clear.net.nz]
Date: July 20, 2004 at 13:45:31

My Great Grandfather, Sydney James Jago came to NZ from unknown, having been born on Glasgow in 1839,
the son of "Jago" with no first nemes shown and mother Grace Durant (the name Durant carries on
through the family as a first name) - we understand that he had a brother (John Wesley Jago)
born Nailsworth in Gloucestershiore in 1830 who came to NZ in 1862 (Press clipping from Dunedin
shows them as brothers)- his father is recorded as Josias Jago and mother as Grace Rundle -
Josias was a Customs Officer - QUESTION, are these the same mother, as that is all I can now
call on to clarify the facts - HELP PLEASE WITH THIS FROM ANYONE WITH ANY INFO RE THE JAGO FAMILY -
I will be in Cornwall, Nailsworth, Coleford, and Scotland during September 2004 and would like to
follow up on anything worthwhile. Thanks in anticipation, Syd Jago (the 4th consecutive "Sydney"
in NZ) where are the rest ??
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ID:       <36>
Status:   D
Name:     \Ann Thomson Cooper\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -5
Position: 010011
Born:     c1825, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland  [Greville]
          In 1851: Aged 22, so born c1829, Hamilton, Lanark; living at 146 Hospital Street, Gorbals, Lanarkshire  [1851C]
          In 1861: Aged 32, so born c1829, Hamilton, Lanarkshire; living at 147 Hospital St, Glasgow Govan, Hutchesontown, Lanarkshire  [1861C]
Married:  28/08/1848, Govan, Lanarkshire, Scotland  [Greville]
Died:     28/01/1877  [Greville]
Partner:  <35>
Child:    <34>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

1851 Scotland Census
Parish Number: 644/2
Civil parish: Gorbals
County: Lanarkshire
Address: 146 Hospital Street
ED: 5
Page: 24 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 92
Line: 15
Roll: CSSCT1851_163

Name            Gender   Age     EstBYear   Relationship    Occupation     Where born
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alfred Jago     Male     24      abt 1827   Head            Railway Clerk  England
Ann Jago        Female   22      abt 1829   Wife                           Hamilton, Lanark
Elizabeth Jago  Female   14      abt 1837   Sister                         England
Helen Jago      Female    1      abt 1850   Daughter                       Glasgow, Lanark
Josias Jago     Male      2 Mo   abt 1851   Son                            Glasgow, Lanark

1861 Scotland Census
Registration Number: 644/10
Registration district: Hutchesontown
Civil parish: Glasgow Govan
County: Lanarkshire
Address: 147 Hospital St
ED: 56
Page: 12 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 58
Line: 16
Roll: CSSCT1861_112

Name                   Gender   Age     EstBYear   Relationship    Occupation                   Where born
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alfred St Jago         Male     36      abt 1825   Head            Railway Clerk                England
Ann St Jago            Female   32      abt 1829   Wife                                         Hamilton, Lanarkshire
Elizabeth B St Jago    Female   24      abt 1837   Sister          House Keeper                 England
Helen B St Jago        Female   11      abt 1850   Daughter        Scholar                      Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Isabella G St Jago     Female    8      abt 1853   Daughter        Scholar                      Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Grace R St Jago        Female    6      abt 1855   Daughter        Scholar                      Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Alfred T St Jago       Male      4      abt 1857   Son                                          Glasgow, Lanarkshire
James H St Jago        Male      1      abt 1860   Son                                          Glasgow, Lanarkshire

British Isles Vital Records Index:
Are any of these Ann <36> ?

COOPER, Anne	Christening
	Gender:	Female
	Birth Date:	29 Apr 1822	Birthplace:	Saint Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
			Recorded in:	Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
			Collection:	St Cuthbert
	Father:	Thomas COOPER
	Mother:	Janet HOWAT
Source:	FHL Film 993529	Dates:	1806 - 1826

COOPER, Anne	Christening
	Gender:	Female
	Birth Date:	1 Apr 1823	Birthplace:	Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
			Recorded in:	Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
	Father:	James COOPER
	Mother:	Margaret COLLIE
Source:	FHL Film 1066691	Dates:	1809 - 1855

**
* COUPER OR HOSIE, Anne	Christening
* 	Gender:	Female
* 	Birth Date:	21 Apr 1824
* 	Christening Date:	12 May 1824	Recorded in:	Rutherglen, Lanarkshire, Scotland
* 	Father:	Robert COUPER
* 	Mother:	Agnes RANKIN
* Source:	FHL Film 1066604	Dates:	1698 - 1855
**

COUPER, Anne	Christening
	Gender:	Female
	Birth Date:	5 Apr 1827
	Christening Date:	3 Nov 1827	Recorded in:	Wiston and Roberton, Lanarkshire, Scotland
	Father:	James COUPER
	Mother:	Sarah WILSON
Source:	FHL Film 1066609	Dates:	1726 - 1855

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ID:       <37>
Status:   D
Name:     \Josias Jago\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -6
Position: 0100100
Born:     Probably c1800, possibly in Scotland?  [Greville]
Married:  ??? 1806 ???  [Pallets marriage index]
Died:     ???
Partner:  <38>
Child:    <35>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

1841 Scotland Census Record
Civil parish: Gorbals
County: Lanarkshire
Address: 167 Main St Gorbals
Occupation: Excis Officer
Parish Number: 644/2
ED: 70
Page: 13
 Name             MF  Age   Occupation     EstBYear  Birthplace              Civil Parish          County       Parish Number
 Jonas Jago        M  45    Excis Officer  abt 1796  England                 Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2
 Mrs Jago          F  45                   abt 1796  England                 Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2
 Edwin Jago        M  15    Shop Boy       abt 1826  England                 Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2
 Alfred Jago       M  14    Clerk          abt 1827  England                 Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2
 John Jago         M  11                   abt 1830  England                 Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2
 Jonas Jago Jr     M   9                   abt 1832  England                 Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2
 Elizabeth Jago    F   5                   abt 1836  England                 Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2
 Sidney Jago       M   2                   abt 1839  Lanarkshire, Scotland   Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2


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_PUBLIC_


Pallots marriage index (ancestry.co.uk) records a marriage of a Grace Rundle with a
Thos. Jago in 1806, in Jacobstow Cornwall.  This is doubtful to be Josias <37>
and Grace <38>, due to the proximity to their most probable birth period of c.1800,
but you never know.  It may alternately be connected to earlier Jago relations of
Josias and/or Grace.

_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_

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ID:       <38>
Status:   D
Name:     \Grace Rundle\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -6
Position: 0100101
Born:     Probably c1800, possibly in Scotland?  [Greville]
Married:  ??? 1806 ???  [Pallets marriage index]
Died:     ???
Partner:  <37>
Child:    <35>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

1841 Scotland Census Record
Civil parish: Gorbals
County: Lanarkshire
Address: 167 Main St Gorbals
Occupation: Excis Officer
Parish Number: 644/2
ED: 70
Page: 13
 Name             MF  Age   Occupation     EstBYear  Birthplace              Civil Parish          County       Parish Number
 Jonas Jago        M  45    Excis Officer  abt 1796  England                 Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2
 Mrs Jago          F  45                   abt 1796  England                 Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2
 Edwin Jago        M  15    Shop Boy       abt 1826  England                 Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2
 Alfred Jago       M  14    Clerk          abt 1827  England                 Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2
 John Jago         M  11                   abt 1830  England                 Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2
 Jonas Jago Jr     M   9                   abt 1832  England                 Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2
 Elizabeth Jago    F   5                   abt 1836  England                 Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2
 Sidney Jago       M   2                   abt 1839  Lanarkshire, Scotland   Gorbals               Lanarkshire  644/2

Here, in 1841, Mrs Jago is likely to be Grace.

Pallots marriage index (ancestry.co.uk) records a marriage of a Grace Rundle with a
Thos. Jago in 1806, in Jacobstow Cornwall.  This is doubtful to be Josias <37>
and Grace <38>, due to the proximity to their most probable birth period of c.1800,
but you never know.  It may alternately be connected to earlier Jago relations of
Josias and/or Grace.

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ID:       <39>
Status:   D
Name:     \John Marshall Knapton\
          (Harry Knaptons father) (Y-11)
Gender:   M
Gen:      -4
Position: 01100
Born:     24/04/1845, Angel Yards, Mercy Street, Leeds, Yorkshire [birth cert]
Married:  11/08/1866 to Frances Bennett in Leeds [Hugh Knapton]
          15/12/1875 to Emma Ross in Bradford register office [marriage cert]
Died:     28/12/1914, Cavendish Square, Beckbottom [death cert]
          Buried 28 Dec 1914 @ Farsley Baptist, at 69 [HK]
Partner(1): Frances Bennett: <77>
Partner(2): Emma Ross: <40>
Child:    Francis Gladstone Knapton <78> (by Frances Bennett)
Child:    Harry Knapton et al <30> (by Emma Ross)
Father:   <54>
Mother:   <55>
Sibling:  (see list)
          \William Marshall Knapton:c1840\
             In 1841: Aged 1 (so born c1840); born in Yorkshire; living at Angel Yard, Leeds, Yorkshire [1841C]
             In 1851: Aged 11 (so born c1840); born in Yorkshire; living in 11 Charley Street, Leeds, attending school [1851C]
             According to [HK}:
             (Y-11, Y-68), born 4q1840 LEEDS? or 1q1841 LEEDS? [HK]
          \Susannah Knapton:c1842\
             In 1851: Aged 9 (so born c1842); born in Yorkshire; living in 11 Charley Street, Leeds, attending school [1851C]
             According to [HK}:
             (Y-11), born 1q1842 LEEDS, m'd \Joseph FLEMING:c1842\, 26Mar1864 LeedsStP © [HK]
          \Mark Knapton:c1846\
             In 1851: Aged 5 (so born c1846); born in Yorkshire; living in 11 Charley Street, Leeds [1851C]
          \Mary Knapton:c1850\
             In 1851: Aged 1 (so born c1850); born in Yorkshire; living in 11 Charley Street, Leeds [1851C]
          \Thomas Marshall Knapton:1847\, born 22/10/1847, 2 Angel Yard, Mercy Street, Leeds [birth cert]
            Married Ruth ____, age 41 in 1891 (born Yorkshire Pudsey) [1891C]
            Married \Ruth Davy:c1850\, age 41 in 1891 (born Yorkshire Pudsey), so born c1850 [HK]
            Married 25/12/1869 at Leeds St Peters [HK]
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  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Leeds
  1847 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Leeds West in the County of York
  No.  When/where        Name              Sex   Father       Mother        Fathers Occupation    Informant         When reg.   Registar
  343  Twenty second     Thomas Marshall   Boy   John         Hannah        Woollen               The mark of (x)   Fifteenth   E.Autey
       of October 1847                           Knapton      Knapton       Spinner               Hannah Knapton    of November Registrar
       2, Angel Yard,                                         formerly                            Mother            1847
       Mercy Street, Leeds                                    Wilson                              2, Angel Yard
                                                                                                  Mercy Street, Leeds
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            Children \George Knapton:c1873\, age 18 in 1891 (Moulders appren, born Yorkshire Pudsey), so born c1873 [HK, 1891C]
                       (born 3q1872 Bradford, died 3q1937 Filey) [HK]
                     \Susanna Knapton:c1875\, age 16 in 1891 (Worsted Twister, born Yorkshire Pudsey), so born c1875 [HK, 1891C]
-
Additional siblings according to Hugh Knapton [HK]:
           \Tom Knapton:c1856\ (Y-11, Y-13), a 24 year old boiler smith in 1881 [HK, 1881C]
             born Bramley 2q1856 HUNSLET? [HK]
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  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Hunslet
  1856 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Kirkstall in the County of York
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  253  Twentysecond April 1856        Tom          Boy    John Knapton       Hannah Knapton    Clothier             X The mark of        Twentyfifth         James Rawson
       Gamble Hill  Bramley                                                  formerly Wilson                        Hannah Knapton       April 1856          Registrar
                                                                                                                    Mother
                                                                                                                    Gamble Hill
                                                                                                                    Bramley
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             He married Martha ____, aged 36 in 1891, born Pudsey, Yorkshire. [1891C]
             married 2q1881 LEEDS [HK] to \Martha Murgatroyd:c1856\ [freebmd]
               (Marriage GRO index: Jun 1881, Tom Knapton, Leeds, 9b/581(681?) [1837online, freebmd])
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  1881 Marriage solumnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Leeds in the County of York
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  164  June 22th 1881          Tom Knapton                25         Bachelor    Boiler Maker   Stanningley                         John Knapton               Mule Spinner
                               Martha Murgatroyd          27         Spinster    --             Stanningley                         James Murgatroyd           Mechanic
  Married in the Parish Church of according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church by -- or after Banns by me (sig)
  This Marriage                                    in the                                                                    H.S.Butler
  was solumnized  (sig) Tom Knapton                Presence   (sig) Frederick Gaunt
  between us      (sig) Martha Murgatroyd          of us      (sig) Alice (Hill?) Gaunt
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             He and Martha had children \Rowland M Knapton:c1882\, 9 in 1891, born Farsley, Yorkshire (so born c1882) [1891C]
                                        \Esther Ann Knapton:c1884\, 7 in 1891, born Farsley, Yorkshire (so born c1884) [1891C]
                                        \Granville M Knapton:c1888\, 3 in 1891, born Farsley, Yorkshire (so born c1888) [1891C]
                                        \Violetta Knapton:c1890\, 1 in 1891, born Farsley, Yorkshire (so born c1890) [1891C]
          \Wilson Knapton:1853\ (male) (Y-11, Y-13),
            born 10/12/1853 Hunslet [HK, certified]
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  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Hunslet
  1854 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Wortley in the County of York
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  282  Tenth December 1853            Wilson       Boy    John Knapton       Hannah Knapton    Woollen Spinner      X The mark of        Third January 1854  Robert Lester(?)
       Moor Side, Armley                                                     formerly Wilson                        Hannah Knapton                           Armstrong
                                                                                                                    Mother                                   Registrar
                                                                                                                    Moor Side, _ramley
                                                                                                                              [Bramley?]
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            Lived at William Street, Bramley in 1881 [HK, 1881C]
                     34 Lower Church Street, Chepstow in 1891 [HK]
            He was born Armley, York, England according to the 1881 census, and was an Angle Ironsmith (Blk) [1881C]
            M'd \Anne GLOVER:1874\ 13/09/1874,Leeds [HK, certified]
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  [1874] Marriage solumnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Leeds in the County of [...]
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
       ...tember 13 1874       Wilson Knapton             20         Bachelor    Boiler Maker   Stanningley                         John Knapton               [...]
                               Ann Glover                 24         Spinster                   Stanningley                         John Glover                [...]
  [Married] in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church by -- or after Bann[es] [by me] (sig) F.J.Wood [...]
  [This Marri]age                                    in the
  [was solumn]ized  (sig) Wilson Knapton             Presence   (sig) William Glover
  [between u]s      (sig) Ann Glover                 of us      (sig) Caroline Glover
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            Anne _____ is in the 1881 census with Wilson, age 31 in 1881, born Pudsey, York, England [1881C]
            Anne Glover born c1850 Pudsey (31 in 1881 [HK, 1881C], 41 in 1891 [HK], 51 in 1901 [HK])
                        died 3q1933 CHEPSTOW [HK]
                        Her marriage with Wilson has witnesses William Glover and Caroline Glover - close relations? siblings? [HK, certified]
                        Anne's father was John Glover [HK, certified]
                        Daughter Mary Glover (by a previous partner) [HK]
                                 aged 12 in 1881, so born c1869 [HK, 1881C]
            They lived at William St, Bramley, York, England
            Died age 69  3q1923 chepstow  [HK]
            They had children \Glover Knapton:c1875\ {male} (Y-13, Y248),
                                                     age 5 in 1881 (William St., BRAMLEY) born Stanningley, York, England [HK, 1881C]
                                                     age 15 in 1891 (William St., BRAMLEY, still with parents, apprentice angle iron grinder) [HK]
                                                     age 25 in 1901 (6 St Ann Street, CHEPSTOW) [HK]
                                                     Born 2q1875, Stanningly. [HK]
                                                     Married \Nellie ____:c1878\ (born c1878, married. 1q1899 CHEPSTOW) [HK]
                                                     Died 3q1953, CHEPSTOW. [HK]
                                                     Children \Elsie Knapton:c1899\ (age 1 in 1901, born 3q 1899 CHEPSTOW, M'd Jack Owens 3q 1925 HUDDERSFIELD) [HK]
                                                              \Norman Dudley Knapton:c1901\ (age 1m in 1901, born 2q 1901 CHEPSTOW, M'd \____ BARKER:c1901\ 31 Jan 1933 Chepstow) [HK]
                                                              \George Wilson Knapton:1903\ (\Bill Knapton:1903\) (born 28 Apr 1903 CHEPSTOW) [HK]
                                                              \John Stanley Knapton:c1906\ (born 2q 1906 CHEPSTOW, M'd \Helena Fielding:c1906\ 3q 1927 NEWPORT) [HK]
                                                              \Nelly I. Knapton:c1910\ (born 3q 1910 CHEPSTOW, Died 2q1921 CHEPSTOW) [HK]
                                                              \Vernon S. Knapton:c1912\ (born 4q 1912 CHEPSTOW, Died 1q1913 CHEPSTOW) [HK]
                                                              \Cyril Knapton:c1914\ (born 4q 1914 CHEPSTOW, M'd \Suzie Stephens:c1914\ 3q 1939 PORTSMOUTH) [HK]
                              \Esther Ann Knapton:c1880\ (Y-13), age 2 in 1881, born Stanningley, York, England [HK, 1881C]
                                                  born 1q 1880 Stanningley BRAMLEY [HK]
                                                  died 3q1888 CHEPSTOW [HK]
                              \Windsey Knapton:1884\ (Y-13), born 17 Aug 1884 Stockton STOCKTON [HK, certified]
                                                      died 3q1884 STOCKTON [HK]
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  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Stockton
  1884 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Stockton in the County of Durham
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  9    Seventeenth August 1884        Windsey      Boy    Wilson Knapton     Ann Knapton       Boiler Maker         W Knapton            Twenty Third        John Pearson
       19 Herbert Street                                                     formerly Glover                        Father               August 1884         Registrar
       Stockton                                                                                                     19 Herbert Street
                                                                                                                    Stockton
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                              \Windsor Knapton:1887\ (Y-13, C-17),
                                               3 in 1891 (William Street, Bramley) [HK],
                                               13 in 1901 (rivetter's labourer, 34 Lower Church Street, Chepstow) [HK]
                                               born 11 Jun 1887 Stockton STOCKTON [HK, certified]
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  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Stockton
  1887 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Stockton in the County of Durham
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  53   Eleventh June 1887             Windsor      Boy    Wilson Knapton     Ann Knapton       General Laborer      X The mark of        Nineteenth          John Pearson
       3 Bay Street  Stockton                                                formerly Glover                        Ann Knapton          July 1887           Registrar
                                                                                                                    Mother
                                                                                                                    3 Bay Street
                                                                                                                    Stockton
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                                               m'd \Edith Emily Tudor:c1887\ (born 1887 Wales?) [HK]
                                               Married on 26 Jul 1908 Chepstow (3q 1908 CHEPSTOW) [HK, certified]
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  1908 Marriage solumnized at the parish church in the parish of Chepstow in the County of Monmouth
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession          Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  81   July the Twenty sixth   Windsor Knapton            21         Bachelor    Smith's hammerman   32 Lower Church Street              Wilson Knapton             Angle Iron Smith
       1908                    Edith Emily Tudor          24         Spinster                        32 Lower Church Street              William Ward Tudor         Railway fa__man
  Married in the parish church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established church after banns by me (sig) G.R.Jenkins
  This Marriage                                    in the
  was solumnized  (sig) Windsor Knapton            Presence   (sig) Allan William Tudor
  between us      (sig) Edith Emily Tudor          of us      (sig) Alice Wright(?)
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                                               died 2q1964 EAST GLAM. (Y-13) or 2q1964 CHEPSTOW (C-17) [HK]
                                               Her marriage with Windsor has witness \Allan William Tudor\ - close relation? sibling? [HK, certified]
                                               Edith's father was \William Ward Tudor\ [HK, certified]
                                               Children: \Allan Windsor Owen Knapton:1909\ (C-17), born 12 Dec 1909 NEWPORT, married \____ COUTANCHE:c1909\ 4q 1928 CARDIFF [HK]
                                                         \Albert Charles Knapton:c1914\ (C-17), born 4q 1914 CHEPSTOW, m'd ____ KNAPTON nee COUTANCHE 1q 1974 CARDIFF [HK]
                                                         \Edith Elizabeth Knapton:c1916\ (C-17), born 1q 1916 CHEPSTOW, m'd \____ TOBIN:c1916\ 2q 1935 CARDIFF [HK]
                                                         \Queenie M. Knapton:c1918\ (C-17), born 4q 1918 CHEPSTOW, m'd \____ CLIFFORD:c1918\ 4q 1940 NEWPORT [HK]
                                                 Is the COUTANCHE that Allan and Albert married the same one - did she marry Allan in 1928, then Allan die and she
                                                 married Albert in 1974, such that we infer Allan died between 1928 and 1974?
                              \Elspeth Raymond Knapton:c1890\ (Y-13), born 1q 1890 CHEPSTOW, died 4q1890 CHEPSTOW [HK]
                              \Madeline Rose H. Knapton:c1892\ (Y-13), 1q 1892 CHEPSTOW, died 1q1892 CHEPSTOW [HK]
                              \Maud Edith Knapton:c1894\ (Y-13), age 6 in 1901, born 3q 1894 CHEPSTOW, m'd \____ TYRELL:c1894\ 2q1913 CHEPSTOW [HK]
          \Mary Knapton:c1857\ (Mary Hannah Knapton? Mary A Knapton?)
            Must have died aged about 6 months old.
            births
              2q1857 hunslet (Jun 1857, Mary Alice Knapton, Hunslet, 9b/219) (#1) [HK]
            deaths
              mary 4q1857 leeds (Dec 1857, Mary Knapton, Leeds, 9b/241) (#1) [HK]
              mary alice 2q1861  leeds (buried leeds becket street cemetary in 1861 (Unrelated?) [HK]
                         (Jun 1861, Mary Alice Knapton, Leeds, 9b/214)
          \Mary Ann Knapton:c1858\
            births
              3q1858 hunslet (Sep 1858, Mary Ann Knapton, Hunslet, 9b/206) (Ordered 27/02/2004, received 13/03/2004) [HK]
              Mary Ann Knapton; born 11/08/1858, Gamble Hill, Bramley; father is John Knapton, a Clother;
                mother is Hannah Knapton (Wilson); Informant to birth is the mother, living at Gamble Hill, Bramley;
                registered 19/08/1858; registar is James [birth cert]
           deaths
              mary ann d 3q1877 bramley age 19 (Sep 1877, Mary Ann Knapton, 19, Bramley, 9b/203) [HK]
                Died 20/08/1877, age 19, according to http://www.calverley.info/fars_bap_2.htm
          \James Knapton:c1859\
            An earlier James Knapton, who died 2 months old. [HK]
            births
              4q1859 hunslet (Dec 1859, James Knapton, Hunslet, 9b/284) (#1) (Ordered 27/02/2004, received 13/03/2004) [HK]
              NOT the son of John Knapton and Hannah Wilson. [cert]
            deaths
              2q1859  (Unrelated?) [HK]
              4q1859  hunslet cemetary  son of john+hannah  buried 27/nov/1859 (2 months old) [HK]
                      (Dec 1859, James Knapton, Hunslet, 9b/200) (#1)
          \James Knapton:c1860\ (Y-11),
                         a 20yr old labourer in an iron foundry in 1881 [HK, 1881C],
                         born 3q1860 HUNSLET (Sep 1860, James Knapton, Hunslet, 9b/225) ? [HK]
            20 in 1881 [HK, 1881C],
            30 in 1891, born Bramley [HK, 1891C]
            1891 census: May have married a Mary ____, a Cotton Twister, 25 in 1891, born Hunslet, Yorkshire. [1891C]
                         (Mary definitely married one of Hannah Wilsons <55> sons. [1891C])
            A marriage of James Knapton is recorded in 2q1888 LEEDS [HK] to \Mary Ann Bateson\ [freebmd].
              (Marriage GRO index: Jun 1888, James Knapton, Leeds, 9b/683 [1837online, freebmd])
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  1888 Marriage solumnized at The Church of St Johns in the Parish of St Johns Leeds in the County of York
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  451  June 24th 1888          James Knapton              27         Bachelor    Labourer       12 Mernon St                        John Knapton (dead)        Mule Spinner
                               Mary Ann Bateson           22         Spinster    --             12 Mernon St                        William Bateson            Puddler
  Married in the Church of St Johns Leeds according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church by -- or after Banns by me (sig)
  This Marriage                                    in the                                                                            S.M.Taylor (curate)
  was solumnized  (sig) James Knapton              Presence   (sig) James Brown
  between us      (sig) Mary Ann Bateson           of us      (sig) John Richard Shaw
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            Mary had a daughter, \Jane Ann Bateson:c1888\, aged 3 in 1891, so born c1888; born Bramley, Yorkshire. [1891C]
            James, Mary and Jane lived with Hannah Knapton <55> at 3 Fern Terrace in 1891. [1891C]

william m k  marr 30jan1865
BORN C.1841
-
Notes:

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Jun 1845
  Name:    John Marshall Knapton
  Mothers maiden name: --
  District: Leeds
  Vol/Page: XXIII/495 (#1)
  Researched: 09/08/2003, Harris Library, Preston
  Certificate: Ordered 27/10/2003.  Received 06/11/2003.
#1 : Handwritten entries, and therefore subject to handwriting interpretation.

From Greville: Birth Certificate Reference: West/18/376

John Knaptons <39> birth certificate:
  ----
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Leeds
  1845 BIRTH in the Sub-district of West Leeds in the County of York
  No.  When/where        Name            Sex   Father       Mother        Fathers Occupation    Informant         When reg.   Registar
  375  Twenty fourth     John Marshall   Boy   John         Hannah        Spinner               The mark of (x)   Ninth of    {unreadable}
       of April 1845                           Knapton      Knapton                             John Knapton      May 1845
       Angel Yards,                                         formerly                            Father
       Mercy Street                                         Wilson                              Angel Yards
                                                                                                Mercy Street
  ----

1837online.com marriage search (30/10/2003) :
Dec 1875  KNA/1  KNAPTON, John Marshall, 'Bradford, Y.', 9b/400
          ROS/2  ROSS, Emma, 'Bradford, Y.', 9b/400

GRO marriage index:
  Quarter: Dec 1875
  Grooms Name: John Marshall Knapton <39>
  Brides Name: Emma Ross <40>
  District: Bradford, Y.
  Vol/Page: 9b/400
  Researched: 30/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 31/10/2003.  Received 07/11/2003.

Marriage of John Knapton <39> and Emma Ross <40> :
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  1875 Marriage solumnized at the Register Office in the District of Bradford in the County of York
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  129  Fifteenth               John Marshall Knapton      30 years   Widower     Tobacconist    Town Street, Stanningley            John Marshall Knapton      Mule Spinner
       December 1875           Emma Ross                  27 years   Spinster    Grocer         Beck Bottom, Farsley                Isaac Ross (deceased)      Grocer
  Married in the Register Office by Certificate before me (sig) Thomas Graither, Registrar
  This Marriage                                in the        (sig) John Darlington, Superintendant Registrar
  was solumnized  (sig) John M. Knapton        Presence   (sig) William Wharfen (Wharten?)
  between us      (sig) Emma Ross              of us      (sig) Elijah Grimshaw
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1837online.com death search (30/10/2003) :
Dec 1914  KNA/1  KNAPTON, John M., 69, N.Bierley, 9b/94

GRO death index:
  Quarter: Dec 1914
  Name:    John M. Knapton <39>
  Age/DOB: 69
  District: N.Bierley
  Vol/Page: 9b/94
  Researched: 30/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 31/10/2003 ; Received 07/11/2003.

Death of John Knapton <39> :
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  REGISTRATION DISTRICT North Bierley
  1914 DEATH in the Sub-district of Calverley in the County of Yorks ( W.R.)
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex     Age     Occupation             Cause of death              Informant              When reg.           Registrar
  451  Twenty eighth December 1914    John         Male    69      Grocer                 Malignant Disease of        Harry Knapton          Twenty ninth        Nora L. Nicholson
       Cavendish Square  Beckbottom   Marshall             years                          Rectum                      Son                    December 1914       Registrar
       Farsley  UD                    Knapton                                             Certified by                Present at the Death
                                                                                          J. Hepburn Aitken  MB       Cavendish
                                                                                                                      Beck Bottom  Farsley
  {{ There is also a note on the far right, after the signature of the registrar, appearing to say "Twenty five M. & M.", whatever that may mean. }}
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Birth of Mary Ann Knapton (3q1858) <<39>> :
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  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Hunslet
  1858 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Kirkstall in the County of York
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  218  Eleventh August 1858           Mary Ann     Girl   John Knapton       Hannah Knapton    Clother              X The mark of        Nineteenth August   James Rawson
       Gamble Hill, Bramley                                                  formerly Wilson                        Hannah Knapton       1858                Registrar
                                                                                                                    Mother
                                                                                                                    Gamble Hill
                                                                                                                    Bramley
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John Knapton <40> is a widower and a tobacconist in 1871 (New Road Bramley) according to Hugh Knapton.

1851 census:

Parish:         Leeds
Eccl district:  Saint Philip
Borough:        Leeds
Town:           Leeds
Address:        11 Charley Street

County/Island: Yorkshire
Source information: HO107/2321
Registration district: Leeds
Sub-registration district: West Leeds
ED, institution, or vessel: 2h
Folio: 1133
Page: 26 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 110
GSU Number: 87549-87552

Name             MF  Mar  Age   Relationship  Occupation   Birthplace      EstBYear  Individual
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Napton      M   Mar  36    Head          Joiner       Yorkshire       abt 1815  John Knapton <54>
Hannah Napton    F   Mar  31    Wife                       Yorkshire       abt 1820  Hannah Wilson <55>
William Napton   M        11    Son           Scholar      Yorkshire       abt 1840  William Knapton <<39>>
Susanah Napton   F         9    Daughter      Scholar      Yorkshire       abt 1842  Susannah Knapton <<39>>
John Napton      M         6    Son           Scholar      Yorkshire       abt 1845  John Marshall Knapton <39>
Mark Napton      M         5    Son                        Yorkshire       abt 1846
Mary Napton      F         1    Daughter                   Yorkshire       abt 1850

1871 census on John M. Knapton:
Township:           Bramley
Municipal Borough:  Leeds
Municipal Ward:     Bramley
Parliamentary Boro: Leeds
Town:               Bramley
Village:            Stanningley
Local Board:        Leeds Town Council
Ecclesiastical District: St Thomas Stanningley
Address: New Row
  Name                 Rel.      M.Status  Age        Occupation               Birthplace
  John M Knapton       Head      Widr      24         Tobacco Hoigar Dealer    York Leeds
Source Information:
  PRO reference:    RG10/4526
  Registration district:    Bramley
  Sub-registration district:    Bramley
  ED, institution, or vessel:    5
  Folio:    17
  Page:    27
  Household schedule number:    139

1881 census on John M. Knapton:
 Name              Relation   Marital Status   Gender    Age	Birthplace               Occupation	Disability
 John M. KNAPTON   Head       M                Male      35     Leeds, York, England     Grocer
 Emma KNAPTON      Wife       M                Female    32     Farsley, York, England   Grocer Wife
 Maria KNAPTON     Daur                        Female    4      Farsley, York, England
 Lizzie KNAPTON    Daur                        Female    2      Farsley, York, England
Source Information:
  Dwelling	Beckbottom
  Census Place	Calverley Cum Farsley, York, England
  Family History Library Film	1342073
  Public Records Office Reference	RG11
  Piece / Folio	4480 / 71
  Page Number	28

1881 census on Wilson Knapton:
Household:
 Name               Relation   Marital Status   Gender    Age	Birthplace                   Occupation             Disability
 Wilson KNAPTON     Head       M                Male      27    Armley, York, England        Angle Ironsmith (Blk)
 Anne KNAPTON       Wife       M                Female    31    Pudsey, York, England
 Mary GLOVER        Step Daur                   Female    12    Pudsey, York, England        Scholar
 Glover KNAPTON     Son                         Male      5     Stanningley, York, England   Scholar
 Esther A. KNAPTON  Daur                        Male      2     Stanningley, York, England
Source Information:
  Dwelling  	William St
  Census Place	Bramley In Bramley, York, England
  Family History Library Film  	1342078
  Public Records Office Reference  	RG11
  Piece / Folio  	4500 / 105
  Page Number  	61

1891 census:
  Knapton, John M
  Relationship: Head
  County: Yorkshire
  Age:  45
  Civil Parish:   Calverley with Farsley
  Gender: Male
  ED:   4
  Where Born: Yorkshire, Leeds
  Eccl. Parish:   Farsley St Johns
  Piece:  RG12/3654
  Town:   Calverley
  Folio:  67
  Page:   23
Location:
  Grocers shop, Cavendish St(?), Beckbottom
  Civil parish: Calverley
  Rural district:  Farsley
  Parliamentary borough:  Pudsey
  Ecclesiastical parish:  St Johns, Farsley
John M Knapton, Head, 45, Grocer(?), born Yorkshire Leeds
Emma Knapton, Wife, 42, Assisting husband, born Yorkshire Farsley
Maria Knapton, Daur, 14, Knotter(?) in Woollen Mill, born Yorkshire Farsley
Lizzie Knapton, Daur, 12, Scholar, born Yorkshire Farsley
Ethel Knapton, Daur, 9, Scholar, born Yorkshire Farsley
Harry Knapton, Son, 6, Scholar, born Yorkshire Farsley
Florence Knapton, Daur, 5, Scholar, born Yorkshire Farsley
Ross Knapton, Son, 2, -, born Yorkshire Farsley

1901 census:
  PRO Reference
  RG Number, Series	RG13
  Piece	4186
  Folio	73
  Page	26
  Schedule Number	187
Location:
  Address	7 Cavendish Sq Beckbottom
  Civil Parish	Farsley
  Rural District	--
  Town or Village or Hamlet	--
  Parliamentary Borough or Division	Pudsey
  Ecclesiastical Parish	St Johns
  Administrative County	Yorkshire W R
  County Borough, Municipal Borough or Urban District	--
  Ward of Municipal Borough or Urban District	--
John M Knapton, 54, Grocer And Beerseller Shopkeeper (Own Account working at home), born Yorks Leeds
Emma Knapton, 52, occupation "Pub", born Yorks Farsley
Gladstone Knapton, 33, Iron Fettler In Foundry, born Yorks Stanningley
Maria Knapton, 24, Woollen Mender, born Yorks Farsley
Lizzie Knapton, 22, Woollen Mender, born Yorks Farsley
Ethel Knapton, 19, Woollen Mender, born Yorks Farsley
Harry Knapton, 16, Mechanical Engineers Apprentice, born Yorks Farsley
Ross Knapton, 12, born Yorks Farsley
Florence Knapton, 15, born Yorks Farsley

1911 Census - John Marshall Knapton and children Maria, Lizzie, Ethel, Harry, Florence, Ross
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN26663 RG78PN1537 RD497 SD8 ED7 SN251
Schedule Number: 251
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Yorkshire West Riding
District: North Bierley
Subdistrict: Calverley
Enumeration District: 7
Parish: Farsley
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 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace            Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~   ~  Born   ~    ~
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 John Marshall Knapton    Head     M   65  Widower           6   6   0   Licensed Grocer                              own be    Home    Leeds Yorkshire       c1846  <39>
 Maria Knapton        Daughter     F   34  Single                        Wollen Mender                   Manufacturing   Employee       Farsley county York   c1877  <<30>>
 Lizzie Knapton       Daughter     F   32  Single                        at home                                                        Farsley county York   c1879  <<30>>
 Ethel Knapton        Daughter     F   29  Single                        Wollen Mender                   Manufacturing   Employee       Farsley county York   c1882  <<30>>
 Harry Knapton        Son          M   26  Single                        Draughtman                      Engineering    Employee        Farsley county York   c1885  <30>
 Florence Knapton     Daughter     F   25  Single                        Home                                                           Farsley county York   c1886  <<30>>
 Ross Knapton         Son          M   22  Single                        Leather Dealer                                own be           Farsley county York   c1889  <<30>>
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    Number of Rooms 5
    Signature       (sig) John Marshall Knapton
    Postal Address  Beck Bottom, Farsley
---------------------------------------------------------

From Greville (07/08/2003):
The Certificate for John Marshall Knapton shows
That he was born at Angel Yard, Mercy Street (that will be West Leeds)
And his father was John Knapton (a Spinner) and his mother Hannah Knapton, formerly Wilson.
This confirms the information I had found about John and Hannah Knapton in the 1881 Census
When Grandson Francis (Gladstone) aged 13 was at their house in Bramley.
That also confirms that John Marshall had (at least) two brothers.

From Greville (07/08/2003):
With regards to Gladstone - his is the Certificate that the Registrar did not send.
Reason being that the name of his mother did not correspond to the one (Emma) that was on my application.
This lends to confirm that he was born before John & Emma married.
I am concluding that John was his father - but was John married before?
I rather think he may have been - more detective work.
I'll keep you posted.

The two brothers of John Marshall Knapton are recorded here in the 1881 census as sons of Hannah Wilson <55> and John Knapton <54> :
1881 census:
Household:
  Name                  Relation    Marital Status     Gender     Age     Birthplace                  Occupation               Disability
  John KNAPTON          Head        M                  Male       67      Leeds, York, England        Tobacconist
  Hannah KNAPTON        Wife        M                  Female     60      Hunslet, York, England
  Tom KNAPTON           Son         U                  Male       24      Bramley, York, England      Boiler Smith
  James KNAPTON         Son         U                  Male       20      Bramley, York, England      Labourer Iron Foundry
  Francis G. KNAPTON    G Son                          Male       13      Stanningley, York, England  (())
Source Information:
  Dwelling  	New Row
  Census Place	Bramley In Bramley, York, England
  Family History Library Film  	1342078
  Public Records Office Reference  	RG11
  Piece / Folio  	4500 / 91
  Page Number  	34

1841 census on William Knapton:

Civil parish: Leeds Town
Hundred: Leeds Borough
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England
Street address: Angel Yard

Source information: HO107/1349/10
Registration district: Leeds
Sub-registration district: Leeds West
ED, institution, or vessel: 33
Folio: 24
Page: 3
Line number: 11
GSU Number: 464292

Name                  MF  Age     Occupation       Birthplace    EstBYear  Individual
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John Knapton          M   25-29   Dyer             Y             abt 1814  John Knapton <54>
Hannah Knapton        F   20-24                    Y             abt 1819  Hannah Wilson <55>
William Knapton       M    1                       Y             abt 1840

1871 census on James, Mary, Tom and Francis G Knapton:
Township:           Bramley
Municipal Borough:  Leeds
Municipal Ward:     Bramley
Parliamentary Boro: Leeds
Town:               Bramley
Village:            Stanningley
Local Board:        Leeds Town Council
Ecclesiastical District: St Thomas, Stanningley
Address: Fowler's Buildings [on New Row - which is also mentioned three households up - ?]
  Name              Rel.      M.Status  Age        Occupation       Birthplace
  John Knapton      Head      Mar        58        Woollen Spinner  Yorkshire Leeds
  Hannah Knapton    Wife      Mar        51                         Yorkshire Hunslet
  Wilson Knapton    Son       Unm        17        Boiler Maker     Yorkshire Armley
  Tom Knapton       Son                  14        Boiler Maker     Yorkshire Bramley
  Mary A Knapton    Daughter             12        Worsted Piecer   Yorkshire Bramley
  James Knapton     Son                  10        Fiffit Heater    Yorkshire Bramley
  Francis G Knapton Nephew                3        Scholar          Yorkshire Stanningley
Source information
  PRO Reference: RG10/4526
  Registration district: Bramley
  Sub-registration district: Bramley
  ED, institution, or vessel: 5
  Folio: 17
  Page: 28
  Household schedule number: 150
  Civil parish: Bramley
  County/Island: Yorkshire
  Country: England

1891 census on James Knapton <<39>>, Hannah Knapton <55> and Gladstone Knapton <78> :
1891 census:
  RG12/3673
  Civil Parish: Leeds
  Municipal Borough: Leeds
  Municipal Ward: Bramley
  Urban Sanitary District: Leeds
  Parliamentary Borough/Division: Leeds
  Ecclesiastical Parish/District: St. Thomas
  Address: 3 Fern Terrace
  Hannah Knapton       Head           Wid   70                                  Yorkshire Hunslet
  James Knapton        Son            M     30    Labourer in Iron Foundry      Yorkshire Bramley
  Mary [A? G? N? M? W?] Knapton
                       Daur in law    M     25    Cotton Twister                Yorkshire Hunslet
  Jane Ann(?) Batson   Daur of above        3                                   Yorkshire Bramley
  Gladstone Knapton    Grandson       S     23    Labourer in Iron Foundry      Yorkshire Pudsey

1891 census on Tom Knapton <<39>> :
1891 census:
  Civil parish: Calverley with Farsley
  Urban Sanitary District: Farsley
  Village: Farsley
  Parliamentary Division: Pudsey
  Ecclesiastical Parish/District: St. Johns
  Address: 7 Arthur Street
  Tom Knapton          Head           M     34    Angle axis(?) Smith(?) Asdes(?) Wks(?)   Yorkshire Bramley
  Martha Knapton       Wife           M     36                                             Yorkshire Pudsey
  Rowland M Knapton    Son                  9     Scholar                                  Yorkshire Farsley
  Esther Ann Knapton   Daur                 7     Scholar                                  Yorkshire Farsley
  Granville M Knapton  Son                  3                                              Yorkshire Farsley
  Violetta [J? L? I?] Knapton
                       Daur                 1                                              Yorkshire Farsley

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Dec 1847
  Name:    Thomas Marshall Knapton <<39>>
  Mothers maiden name: --
  District: Leeds
  Vol/Page: XXIII/430 (#1)
  Researched: 14/01/2004, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 14/01/2004; Received 23/01/2004
#1 : Handwritten entries, and therefore subject to handwriting interpretation.
  Note that this Thomas Marshall Knapton *MAY NOT* be the same Tom Knapton in the census - the Thomas in the
  certificate would be 10 years older, aged 34 in 1881 and 44 in 1891.  This Thomas however definitely *IS*
  John Marshall Knaptons <39> brother, as his parents are listed as John and Hannah Knapton (Wilson).

1891 census on Thomas M. Knapton:
RG12/3658
Admin. County: York
Civil Parish: Pudsey
Town: Pudsey
Eccl. Parish: St Pauls
Address: 32 ___________
Household:
  Thomas M. Knapton         Head        M   43   Blacksmith Stre____         Yorkshire Leeds
  Ruth Knapton              Wife        M   41                               Yorkshire Pudsey
  George Knapton            Son         S   18   Moulders appren             Yorkshire Pudsey
  Susanna Knapton           Daur        S   16   Worsted Twister             Yorkshire Pudsey

Hugh Knapton:
  Thomas Marshall Knapton, 22, bachelor, striker, married Ruth Davy, 20,
  spinster, at Leeds St Peters on 25 Dec 1869.  Thomas’s father was John
  Knapton, mule spinner of Stanningley.

GRO marriage index:
  Quarter: Dec 1869
  Grooms Name: Thomas Marshall Knapton <<39>>
  Brides Name: Ruth Davy <<39>>
  District: Leeds
  Vol/Page: 9b/581
  Researched: 05/01/2004, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Not ordered

http://www.calverley.info/cen_pud_1901_ed17.htm
Surname  Fore Name      Age     Folio
KNAPTON  Thomas M       53      113b
KNAPTON  Ruth           51      113b
KNAPTON  Susannah       26      113b

/1891 census on Thomas M. Knapton:
/RG12/3683
/Admin. County: Leeds
/Municipal Borough: Leeds
/Municipal Ward: Leeds
/Urban Sanitary District: Leeds
/Town: Leeds
/Parliamentary borough/division: South Leeds
/Eccl. Parish: Christ Church
/Address: 15 Flourmill [Glourmill?] Yard, top of Norfolk St.
/  William M Knapton         Head        M   51   Stationary Engine Driver    Yorkshire Leeds
/  Mary Knapton              Wife        M   46                               Yorkshire Leeds
/  John W. Knapton           Son         S   18                               Yorkshire Leeds
/  Wilson Knapton            Son         S   16   Millright                   Yorkshire Leeds
/  Sam Knapton               Son             15   Pork butcher                Yorkshire Holbeck
/  Edith Knapton             Dau             8    Scholar                     Yorkshire Holbeck
/  Samuel P. Carter          Son-in-law  M   23   Bottle mould fitter         Lancashire Manchester
/  Hannah M. Carter          Dau         M   23                               Yorkshire Holbeck
/  Eliza Carter              Grand-dau       20 [10?] Mo                      Durham Seaham Harbour
/  Edith Carter              Grand-dau       7 Mo                             Yorkshire Leeds

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http://www.calverley.info/fars_bap.htm
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Page   Surname   Name            Died        Age  Born      Relationship  Relation               Comments
28     Knapton   Emma            1903 01 23  54             Wife of       John                   2nd Wife
28     Knapton   Frances         1867 07 11  21             Wife of       John
28     Knapton   John Marshall   1914 12 28  69             Husband of    Frances & Emma
28     Knapton   Maria           1946 03 25                 Daughter of   John                   Eldset Daughter
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http://www.calverley.info/fars_bap_2.htm
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Page   Surname   Name            Died        Age  Born      Relationship  Relation               Comments
111    Knapton   Mary Ann        1877 08 20  19             Daughter of   John & Hannah Knapton
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1837online.com (22/05/204) :
Jun 1881  KNA/1  KNAPTON, Tom, Leeds, 9b/581(681?)
Jun 1888  KNA/1  KNAPTON, James, Leeds, 9b/683

FreeBMD (22/05/2004) :
Marriages Jun 1881
  KNAPTON	 Tom	 	 Leeds	 9b	581
  KITSON	 Charlotte	 	 Leeds	 9b	581
  KNAPTON	 Tom	  	 Leeds	 9b	581
  MURGATROYD	 Martha	  	 Leeds	 9b	581
  Oddy	 Mary Smith	  	 Leeds	 9b	581
  WALSHAW	 John	  	 Leeds	 9b	581

FreeBMD (22/05/2004) :
Marriages Jun 1888
  Knapton	 James	 	 Leeds	 9b	683
  BATESON	 Mary Ann	 	 Leeds	 9b	683

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ID:       <40>
Status:   D
Name:     \Emma Ross\
          (Harry Knaptons mother)
Gender:   F
Gen:      -4
Position: 01101
Born:     04/06/1848; born Farsley, Yorkshire [birth cert]
Married:  15/12/1875, Bradford [marriage cert]
Died:     23/01/1903 (8:45pm) [bible]
          Buried 23 Jan 1903 @ Farsley Baptist, at 54 [HK]
Partner:  <39>
Child:    <30>
Father:   <43>
Mother:   <79>
Sibling:  \Sarah Ann Ross:1829\, 1829-1912(?) ; born 25/05/1829 (at night) [bible]; died in or after 1912
            In 1841: Aged 13 (so born c1828); born Yorkshire; living at Beckbottom, Calverley, Yorkshire [1841C]
          \Martha Ross:1831\, 1831-????; born 29/01/1831 (6 at night) [bible]
            In 1841: Aged 11 (so born c1830); born Yorkshire; living at Beckbottom, Calverley, Yorkshire [1841C]
          \Ann Ross:1833\, 1833-????; born 20/11/1833 [bible]
            In 1841: Aged  8 (so born c1833); born Yorkshire; living at Beckbottom, Calverley, Yorkshire [1841C]
            In 1851: Aged 17 in 1851 (so born c1834), living in Farsley, Yorkshire; occupation 'Burler'? [1851C]
          \Joseph Ross:1836:1837\, 1836-1837; born 18/04/1836 (4 at night) [bible]; died 28/03/1837 (11 months old) [bible]; probably twin of James [bible]
          \James Ross:1836:1837\, 1836-1837; born 18/04/1836 (4 at night) [bible]; died 29/03/1837 (11 months old) [bible]; probably twin to Joseph [bible]
          \Israel Ross:1838:1911\, 1838-1911; born 11/06/1838 [grev, bible], Farsley [grev, 1881C, 1891C], 11 at night [bible]; died 30/01/1911 [grev, bible]
            born c1839; died 13/01/1911 age 72 [http://www.calverley.info/fars_bap_2.htm]
            Born 11/06/1838, Farsley [grev]
            Died 30/01/1911, aged 72, occupation: engine man at iron forge [grev]
            Birth ref: 2q1838, Death ref: 1q1911 [grev]
            Family bible [karen] records an Isaac Ross, born 11/06/1838, 11 at night; died 30/01/1911 [bible]
            It looks likely that Isaac and Israel are one and the same person, that the name was confused
              at some stage in the bible (or Karen read it wrong, she said it was unclear).  As for the slight
              discrepancy in the date of death, 30th and 13th are easily audibly confused, and there are two votes
              (including the death certificate) for the 30th.
            In 1841: Aged  3 (so born c1838); born Yorkshire; living at Beckbottom, Calverley, Yorkshire [1841C]
            In 1851: Aged 12 in 1851 (so born c1839), living in Farsley, Yorkshire; occupation 'Factory Boy' [1851C]
            In 1881: Lodger at 10 Club Row, Headingley Cum Burley, Yorkshire, aged 42, occupation Millwright [1881C]
            In 1891: Lodger at 61 Town Street, Horsforth, Yorkshire, single (wah?), aged 50 (wah?), occupation Engine Driver Stationary [1891C]
            Married \Mary Vautrey:c1839\ in Oct-Dec 1858 [freebmd, yorkshirebmd] at St Wilfrids, Calverley [yorkshirebmd]
              (Marriage references: Leeds CE127/H/416 [yorkshirebmd] / Dec 1858, Yorks, 9b/182 [freebmd] / Dec 1858, Bradford Yk, 9b/182 [GRO images on ancestry])
              (Ordered marrage certificate 06/09/2007; Arrived 14/09/2007)
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  1858 Marriage solumnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Calverley in the County of York
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  416  Dec 19                  Israel Ross                21         Bachelor    Slubber        { Idle }                            Isaac Ross                 Slubber
                               Mary Vautrey               21         Spinster                   {      }                            Agur Vautrey               Slubber
  Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church after Banns by me (sig) Alfred Brown MA Vicar
  This Marriage                                    in the
  was solumnized  (sig) Israel Ross                Presence   (sig) Levi Pratt
  between us      (sig) Mary Vautrey               of us      (sig) Sarah Hawker
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  { Slubber - "A person who operated the machine used to prepare cotton for spinning." }
            Mary Vautrey was 42 in 1881, born Holmfirth, York, England [1881C], so born c1839.
              In 1881 lived at 52 Stansfield Row, Headingley cum Burley, Yorkshire; occupation Woollen Weaver [1881C]
            In 1891 she was 52, a Cloth Weaver, still at the same residence.
            Mary's father was \Agur Vautrey:1809:1873\, born 12/06/1809, died 1873 [KS]
            Mary's mother was \Jane ____:1814:1873\, born 1814, died 1873 [KS]
            Mary had siblings:
              \John Vautrey:c1837\ (born c1837)  [KS]
              \Jonathan Vautrey:c1839\ (born c1839) [KS]
            From [KS] : Agur VAUTRY (John BAWTRY *, James, Gulielmus [William], Gulielmi [William], Gulielmi) was born 12 Jun 1809 in Honley, Yorkshire, England and was christened 16 Jul 1809 in Honley Chapel, Honley, Yorkshire, England. He died 1873 in Leeds, Yorkshire, England.
                        Agur was counted in a census 1841 in Wood Bottom, Wooldale, Kirkburton. He was employed Wool Slubber 1841 in Kirkburton, Yorks. He resided 1841 in Wood Bottom, Wooldale, Kirkburton. He was counted in a census 1851 in Wortley, Leeds, Yorkshire, England. He was counted in a census 1861 in Kirkstall, Leeds, Yorkshire, England. He was employed wool slubber 1861 in Kirkstall, Leeds, Yorkshire, England. He was counted in a census 1871 in 18 St. Ann's Row, Kirkstall, Yorkshire. He was employed Watchman at Mill 1871 in Headingly Cum Burley, Yorkshire.
                        BIRTH: Agur is a biblical name meaning  "stranger," "gatherer together"
                        Agur married Jane [VAUTRY] before 1838. Jane was born 1814 in Yorkshire (?) England. She died 1873 in Leeds, Yorkshire, England.
                        Jane was counted in a census 1841 in Wood Bottom, Wooldale, Kirkburton. She resided 1841 in Wood Bottom, Wooldale, Kirkburton. She was counted in a census 1851 in Wortley, Leeds, Yorkshire, England. She was counted in a census 1871 in 18 St. Ann's Row, Kirkstall, Yorkshire. She was employed small shop keeper 1871 in Headingly Cum Burley, Yorkshire.
                        They had the following children:
                        	77	F	i.	Mary VAUTRY was born 1838 in Kirkburton, Yorkshire, England.
                        Mary was counted in a census 1841 in Wood Bottom, Wooldale, Kirkburton. She resided 1841 in Wood Bottom, Wooldale, Kirkburton. She was counted in a census 1851 in Wortley, Leeds, Yorkshire, England.
                        	78	M	ii.	John VAUTRY was born 1837 in Kirkburton, Yorkshire, England.
                        John was counted in a census 1841 in Wood Bottom, Wooldale, Kirkburton. He resided 1841 in Wood Bottom, Wooldale, Kirkburton. He was counted in a census 1851 in Leeside. Yorkshire, England.
                        RESIDENCE: In 1851, Living with uncle Agur Vautrey at Leeside, Yorkshire
                        	79	M	iii.	Jonathan VAUTREY was born 1849 in Wortley, Leeds, Yorkshire, England. He died 1852 in Hunslet, Yorkshire.
                        Jonathan was counted in a census 1851 in Wortley, Leeds, Yorkshire, England.
            Children of Israel and Mary:
              \John V Ross:c1860\, born c1860, Leeds, York, England [1881C]
                He is age 21 in 1881; born Leeds, York, England; a Boot Rivetter [1881C]
                John married \Louisa Wilkinson:c1860\ at St Mathias church, Burley, Yorkshire [yorkshirebmd] in Oct-Dec 1883 [yorkshirebmd, freebmd]
                  (Marriage references: Leeds CE10/C/349 [yorkshirebmd] or Dec 1883, Leeds, 9b/562 [freebmd])
                The FreeBMD marriage ref gives his name as John Vantry Ross - a mis-transcription of Vautrey?
              \Clara Ross:c1862\, born c1862, Kirkstall, York, England [1881C, 1891C]
                She is age 19 in 1881; born Kirkstall, York, England; a Woollen Weaver [1881C]
                Clara was a 29 year old Cloth Weaver, living with husband William Tordoff at 47 Stansfield Row, Burley, Yorkshire in 1891 [1891C]
                Clara married \William Henry Tordoff:c1861\ at St Mathias church, Burley, Yorkshire [yorkshirebmd] in July-September 1884
                  (Marriage references: Leeds CE10/C/404 [yorkshirebmd] or Sep 1884, Leeds 9b/493 [freebmd])
                William was a 30 year old Boot Rivetter in 1891, born in Kirkstall, Yorkshire [1891C], so born c1861.
                Children:
                  \Maurice Tordoff:c1886\, aged 5 in 1891, born Yorkshire Burley [1891C], so born c1886.
              \Kate Ross:c1865\, born c1865, Kirkstall, York, England [1881C, 1891C]
                She is age 16 in 1881; born Kirkstall, York, England; a "Mule Piecer (Tex)" [1881C]
                Kate was 26 in 1891, living with husband Tom Yates at 2 Stansfield Row, Burley, Yorkshire [1891C]
                Kate married \Tom Yates:c1860\ at St Peters in Leeds, Yorkshire in Oct-Dec 1883 [yorkshirebmd, freebmd]
                  (Marriage references: Leeds CE46/95/14 [yorkshirebmd] or Dec 1883, Leeds, 9b/693 [freebmd])
                Tom Yates was 31 in 1891, a Tanner, born Yorkshire Wicksley [1891C], so born c1860.
                Children:
                  \Myra Yates:c1890\, daughter, aged 10 months in 1891, born Yorkshire Burley [1891C], so born c1890.
              \William Ross:c1868\, born c1868, Kirkstall, York, England [1881C, 1891C]
                He is age 13 in 1881; born Kirkstall, York, England; a Cloth Dresser [1881C]
                William was 23 in 1891, single, a Forgeman, still living with mother Mary at 52 Stansfield Row, Headingley cum Burley, Yorkshire. [1891C]
            Much, much more information on the Vautrey line from [KS] is available - contact me, find it on the
            private section of the website if you have access,or find it on the disk where you got this tree
          \Mary Ross:1840\, 1840-????; born 03/06/1840, 11 at night [bible]
            In 1841: Aged  1 (so born c1840); born Yorkshire; living at Beckbottom, Calverley, Yorkshire [1841C]
            In 1851: Aged 10 in 1851 (so born c1841), living in Farsley, Yorkshire; occupation 'Scholar' (at school) [1851C]
          \Ruth Ross:1842\, 1842-????; born 02/02/1842, 5 at night [bible]
          \Harriet Ross:1844\, 1844-????; born 06/06/1844, 11 at night [bible]
            In 1851: Aged 6 in 1851 (so born c1845), living in Farsley, Yorkshire; occupation 'Scholar' (at school) [1851C]
          \Hainesworth Ross:1846:1861\ (male), 1846-1861; born 21/05/1846 [bible]
            birth registered 04/06/1846 (interesting tally with the DOB from the family bible of 03/06/1846) [bible];
            died 12/05/1861, aged 14 [grev] (family bible said 12/05/1860, aged 13)
            In 1851: Aged 4 in 1851 (so born c1847), living in Farsley, Yorkshire; occupation 'Scholar' (at school) [1851C]
Notes:

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Jun 1848
  Name:    Emma Ross
  Mothers maiden name: --
  District: Bradford Y.
  Vol/Page: XXIII/460 (#1,#2)
  Researched: 09/08/2003, Harris Library, Preston
  Certificate: Ordered 27/10/2003, with reference checks for XXIII/160 and XXIII/1160.  Received 06/11/2003.
#1 : Handwritten entries, and therefore subject to handwriting interpretation.
#2 : Emma Ross : Unclear and faded - definitely said XX[*]/[?]60.
 - - - - - - - - Comparison of other Bradford Y. records confirmed XXIII.  Most likely said 460, but could also say 160 or 1160.

Emma Ross's <40> birth certificate:
  ----
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Bradford
  1848 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Calverley in the County of York
  No.  When/where        Name            Sex   Father       Mother        Fathers Occupation    Informant         When reg.     Registar
  343  Fourth June       Emma            Girl  Isaac        Maria         Clothes(?)            (x) The mark of   Twelth June   Jonas Foster
       1848                                    Ross         Ross          {maybe Closh___?}     Maria Ross        1848          Registar
       at Farsley                                           formerly                            Mother
                                                            Hainsworth                          Farsley
  ----

1837online.com marriage search (30/10/2003) :
Dec 1875  KNA/1  KNAPTON, John Marshall, 'Bradford, Y.', 9b/400
          ROS/2  ROSS, Emma, 'Bradford, Y.', 9b/400

GRO marriage index:
  Quarter: Dec 1875
  Grooms Name: John Marshall Knapton <39>
  Brides Name: Emma Ross <40>
  District: Bradford, Y.
  Vol/Page: 9b/400
  Researched: 30/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 31/10/2003.  Received 07/11/2003.

Marriage of John Knapton <39> and Emma Ross <40> :
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  1875 Marriage solumnized at the Register Office in the District of Bradford in the County of York
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  129  Fifteenth               John Marshall Knapton      30 years   Widower     Tobacconist    Town Street, Stanningley            John Marshall Knapton      Mule Spinner
       December 1875           Emma Ross                  27 years   Spinster    Grocer         Beck Bottom, Farsley                Isaac Ross (deceased)      Grocer
  Married in the Register Office by Certificate before me (sig) Thomas Graither, Registrar
  This Marriage                                in the        (sig) John Darlington, Superintendant Registrar
  was solumnized  (sig) John M. Knapton        Presence   (sig) William Wharfen (Wharten?)
  between us      (sig) Emma Ross              of us      (sig) Elijah Grimshaw
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1837online.com deaths search (15/11/2003) for Emma Knapton:
Mar 1903  ROS/1  KNAPTON, Emma, 54, N.Bierley, 9b/157

GRO death index:
  Quarter: Mar 1903
  Name:    Emma Knapton <40>
  Age/DOB: 54
  District: N.Bierley
  Vol/Page: 9b/157
  Researched: 15/11/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 15/11/2003; Re-ordered 22/11/2003; Received 28/11/2003.

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  REGISTRATION DISTRICT North Bierley
  1903 DEATH in the Sub-district of Calverley in the County of York
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex     Age     Occupation             Cause of death              Informant              When reg.           Registrar
  118  Twenty third January 1903      Emma         Female  54      Wife of John           Mitreal Stenosis            J M Knapton            Twenty fourth       George Nicholson
       Beck Bottom, Farsley           Knapton              years   Marshall Knapton       4 years                     Widower of Deceased    January 1903        Registrar
                                                                   A grocer               Certified by                Present at the Death
                                                                                          A.G.Milne MD                Beck Bottom, Farsley
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1851 census:

Parish:  Calverley
Eccl District:  St John
Village: Farsley
Address: Beckbottom

County/Island: Yorkshire
Source information: HO107/2313
Registration district: Bradford
Sub-registration district: Calverley
ED, institution, or vessel: 5
Folio: 119
Page: 33
Household schedule number: 128
GSU Number: 87531-940071

Name             MF  Relationship  Mar  Age   Occupation   Birthplace          EstBYear  Individual
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Isaac Ross       M   Head          Mar  45    Slubber      Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1806  Isaac Ross <43>
Maria Ross       F   Wife          Mar  43                 Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1808  Maria Hainsworth <79>
Ann Ross         F   Daur          U    17    Burler(?)    Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1834  Ann Ross <<40>>
Israel Ross      M   Son                12    Factory Boy  Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1839  Israel Ross <<40>>
Mary Ross        F   Daur               10    Scholar      Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1841  Mary Ross <<40>>
Harriet Ross     F   Daur                6    Scholar      Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1845  Harriet Ross <<40>>
Hainsworth Ross  M   Son                 4    Scholar      Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1847  Hainesworth Ross <<40>>
Emma Ross        F   Daur                2                 Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1849  Emma Ross <40>

1871 census:
Township:           Calverley with Farsley
Village:            Farsley
Local Board:        Farsley Local Board
Ecclesiastical District: St Johns Farsley
Address: Hainswirth Sq
  Name                 Rel.      M.Status  Age        Occupation               Birthplace
  Isaac Ross           Head      Widw      65         Tea Dealer               Stanningley
  Emma Ross            Daur      Unm       21         Grocer                   Farsley
Source Information:
  PRO reference:    RG10/4505
  County:           Yorkshire
  Registration district:    Bradford
  Sub-registration district:    Calverley
  ED, institution, or vessel:    7
  Folio:    128
  Page:    22
  Household schedule number:    116

1881 census:
 Name              Relation   Marital Status   Gender    Age	Birthplace               Occupation	Disability
 John M. KNAPTON   Head       M                Male      35     Leeds, York, England     Grocer
 Emma KNAPTON      Wife       M                Female    32     Farsley, York, England   Grocer Wife
 Maria KNAPTON     Daur                        Female    4      Farsley, York, England
 Lizzie KNAPTON    Daur                        Female    2      Farsley, York, England
Source Information:
  Dwelling	Beckbottom
  Census Place	Calverley Cum Farsley, York, England
  Family History Library Film	1342073
  Public Records Office Reference	RG11
  Piece / Folio	4480 / 71
  Page Number	28

See John Knapton <39> for 1891 and 1901 census information.

From Greville (07/08/2003):
With regards to Gladstone - his is the Certificate that the Registrar did not send.
Reason being that the name of his mother did not correspond to the one (Emma) that was on my application.
This lends to confirm that he was born before John & Emma married.
I am concluding that John was his father - but was John married before?
I rather think he may have been - more detective work.
I'll keep you posted.

Greville (18/09/2003):
I also have the Birth cert and Death cert for Hainsworth Ross.
It confirms he was a Boy (remember we couldn't be sure!).
Father: Isaac Ross
Mother: Maria Ross, formerly Hainsworth.  (Now there's a surprise!!)
However - the dates don't quite tally with the family bible (Karen's) dates.
Birth cert shows 21st May 1846 - and not 3rd June.  (Interestingly the birth was registered on 4th June - perhaps there was a misunderstanding way, way back).
And the Death cert shows 12th May 1861, aged 14 - bible shows right date but 1860 and aged 13 !!!!)
Rather odd.

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http://www.calverley.info/fars_bap.htm
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Page   Surname   Name            Died        Age  Born      Relationship  Relation               Comments
28     Knapton   Emma            1903 01 23  54             Wife of       John                   2nd Wife
28     Knapton   Frances         1867 07 11  21             Wife of       John
28     Knapton   John Marshall   1914 12 28  69             Husband of    Frances & Emma
28     Knapton   Maria           1946 03 25                 Daughter of   John                   Eldset Daughter
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http://www.calverley.info/fars_bap_2.htm
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Page   Surname   Name            Died        Age  Born      Relationship  Relation               Comments
127    Ross      Isaac           1873 07 13  66             Husband of    Maria
127    Ross      Israel          1911 01 13  72             Son of        Isaac & Maria
127    Ross      Maria           1870 04 14  62             Wife of       Isaac
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1841 census on the Ross's before Emma was born:

Civil parish: Calverley
Hundred: Morley
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England
Street address: Beckbottom

Source information: HO107/1298/3
Registration district: Bradford
Sub-registration district: Calverley
ED, institution, or vessel: 4
Folio: 12
Page: 16
Line number: 1
GSU Number: 464258

Name                  MF  Age     Occupation       Birthplace    EstBYear  Individual
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Isaac Ross            M   30-34   Sluber           Y             abt 1809  Isaac Ross <43>
Maria Ross            F   30-34                    Y             abt 1809  Maria Hainsworth <79>
Sarah Ann Ross        M   13                       Y             abt 1828    Looks at first like 'Graham' not 'Sarah Ann'!
Martha Ross           F   11                       Y             abt 1830
Ann Ross              F    8                       Y             abt 1833
Israel Ross           M    3                       Y             abt 1838
Mary Ross             F    1                       Y             abt 1840

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Greville (06/04/2004) :
  With ref to Israel/Isaac Ross
  I'm inclined to agree with you that it is one and the same person.
  I've searched 1837online and can only find the birth of an Israel in 2nd
  Qtr 1838, and only the death of an Israel in 1st Qtr of 1911.  No sign of any Isaac!
  I've ordered the two certificates.  They will confirm we have the right
  I.Ross and also confirm the correct date of death.
  Will let you know in due course.
--

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Greville (21/04/2004) :
  The Birth Certificate of Israel (1838, Qtr Jun, Bradford, Vol.23 Page
  123) gives his DOB as 11-Jun-1838 at Farsley and confirms him as son of
  Isaac Ross (clothier) and Maria (formerly Hainsworth).
  The Death Certificate confirms the date as 30-Jan-1911, aged 72, engine
  man at iron forge.
--

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Greville (23/04/2004) :
  Hi, Ian

  You may already have done some further delving on Israel but please find
  below my latest findings just in case some of it is new to you.

  1837online shows the marriage of an Israel ROSS in the Oct-Dec qtr of
  1858 (Bradford Yk, 9b 182).

  YorkshireBMD gives the marriage of Israel ROSS to a Mary VAUTREY at St
  Wilfrid's, Calverley, in 1858 (Ref: CE127/H/416).

  I believe I have identified him on the 1881 Census at 10 Club Row, Headingley
  Cum Burley (RG11 4540/135 Pg13).
  He is a lodger, Married, aged 42 (of course), birthplace Farsley, at the
  home of a widow, Alice CAWOOD.
  I was therefore curious as to the location of his wife who obviously was
  still alive as Israel was not recorded as a widower.
  The only match for the 1881 Census on Familysearch for a Mary ROSS with
  the right criteria is at Kirkstall Road 52 Stansfield Row, Headingley
  Cum Burley (RG11 4539/116 Pg27).
  The criteria are:
  Primarily - she is the only one listed who is Head of a household and,
    importantly, Married (not widowed).
  She is aged 42 - same as Israel (not that that necessarily matters).
  Interestingly her elder son, John, has the middle initial 'V' - could
  it be 'Vautrey'??, and is aged 21 which ties in with a marriage in 1858.

  Assuming my findings are correct, it raises the question as to why they
  were living separately but apparently in the same locality.

  Were they separated?  Possibly.  The 1901 Census might shed some light
  on that but I don't have any vouchers at present.

  Of course Mary might have died before that Census anyway, or indeed pre-
  deceased Israel's death in 1911.

  On that point, his Death Certificate shows he died at Back Lane, Horsforth,
  and the Informant was a Mary Hardaker, Occupier of Back Lane.  Again,
  it was apparently not one of his relatives who registered the death!
--

Marriage of Israel Ross and Mary Vautrey on yorkshirebmd.org.uk:
  Yorkshire Marriage indexes for the years: 1858
  ROSS, Israel // VAUTREY, Mary // St Wilfrid, Calverley // Leeds // CE127/H/416

FreeBMD:
  Marriages Dec 1858
  Ross, Israel, Bradford Yorks, 9b/182
  Vautrey, Mary, Bradford Yorks, 9b/182]

Israel Ross in the 1881 census:
Household:
 Name               Relation  MStatus  Gender   Age  Birthplace  Occupation
 Alice CAWOOD       Head      W        Female   47   Mexborough
 John CAWOOD        Son       U        Male     19   Kirkstall   Shoe Maker
 Mary A. CAWOOD     Daur      U        Female   17   Kirkstall   Mill Hand Woollen
 Thomas CAWOOD      Son       U        Male     15   Kirkstall   Shoe Maker
 Thomas A. JACKSON  Lodger    U        Male     28   Kirkstall   Butcher
 Israel ROSS        Lodger    M        Male     42   Farsley     Millwright
Source Information:
  Dwelling  	10 Club Row
  Census Place	Headingley Cum Burley, York, England
  Family History Library Film  	1342092
  Public Records Office Reference  	RG11
  Piece / Folio  	4540 / 135
  Page Number  	13

Israel Ross in the 1891 census:
  RG12/3524
  Civil parish: Horsforth
  Admin county: Yorks W R
  Urban sanitary district: Horsforth
  Village: Horsforth
  Parliamentary borough or division: Pudsey
  Ecclesiastical parish or division: Guiseley
  Address: 61 Town Street (?)
Household:
  Elizabeth Drake, Head, Wid, 52, Confectioner, Yorkshire Horsforth
  Israel Ross, Lodger, S, 50, Engine Driver Stationary, Yorkshire Farsley

Mary Ross (wife of Israel Ross) in the 1881 census?
Household:
 Name               Relation  MStatus  Gender   Age  Birthplace                  Occupation
 Mary ROSS          Head      M        Female   42   Holmfirth, York, England    Woollen Weaver
 John V. ROSS       Son       U        Male     21   Leeds, York, England        Boot Rivetter
 Clara ROSS         Daugr     U        Female   19   Kirkstall, York, England    Woollen Weaver
 Kate ROSS          Daugr              Female   16   Kirkstall, York, England    Mule Piecer (Tex)
 William ROSS       Son                Male     13   Kirkstall, York, England    Cloth Dresser
Source Information:
  Dwelling  	Kirkstall Rd 52 Stansfield Row
  Census Place	Headingley Cum Burley, York, England
  Family History Library Film  	1342092
  Public Records Office Reference  	RG11
  Piece / Folio  	4539 / 116
  Page Number  	27

The matching Mary Ross (wife of Israel Ross) in the 1891 census is:
  RG12/3711
  Civil parish: Headingley Cum Burley
  Admin county: Yorkshire Leeds
  Municipal borough: Leeds
  Municipal ward: Headingley
  Urban sanitary district: Leeds
  Village: Burley
  Parliamentary borough or division: North Leeds
  Ecclesiastical parish or division: St Matthias
  Address: 52 Stansfield Row
Household:
  Mary Ross, Head, M, 52, Cloth Weaver, Yorkshire Holmfirth
  William Ross, Son, S, 23, Forgeman, Yorkshire Kirkstall
  William Emmett, Boarder, S, 29, Boot Rivetter, Yorkshire Kirkstall

Could not find record of a John Ross, born Leeds, age approx. 30/31 in 1891.

From yorkshirebmd.org.uk (24/04/2004) :
  Yorkshire Marriage indexes for the years: 1883
  Surname	Forename(s)	Surname	Forename(s)	Church / Register Office	Registers At	Reference
  ROSS	John V	WILKINSON	Louisa	St Mathias, Burley	Leeds	CE10/C/349
This is almost certainly the marriage of John V Ross - the St Matthias church in Burley and the date
(between 1881 and 1891 during which time she either dies, marries or moves) fit perfectly.

From FreeBMD (24/04/2004) :
  Marriages Dec 1883
  Ross	 John Vantry	 	 Leeds	 9b	562
  WILKINSON	 Louisa	  	 Leeds	 9b	562
(could also be
  BASTON	 Florence Eliza	 	 Leeds	 9b	562
but we already have good info linking John to Louisa Wilkinson)
(Is the middle name 'Vantry' here a mis-transcription of 'Vautrey' on the part of FreeBMD?)

From yorkshirebmd.org.uk (24/04/2004) :
  Yorkshire Marriage indexes for the years: 1884
  Surname	Forename(s)	Surname	Forename(s)	Church / Register Office	Registers At	Reference
  ROSS	Clara	TORDOFF	William H	St Mathias, Burley	Leeds	CE10/C/404
This is almost certainly the marriage of Clara Ross - the St Matthias church in Burley and the date
(between 1881 and 1891 during which time she either dies, marries or moves) fit perfectly.

From FreeBMD (24/04/2004) :
  Marriages Sep 1884
  Ross	 Clara	 	 Leeds	 9b	493
  Tordoff	 William Henry	  	 Leeds	 9b	493
(could also be
  Martin	 John William	 	 Leeds	 9b	493
but we already have good info linking Clara to William Tordoff)

Information on Clara Tordoff (Ross) in 1891:
  RG12/3711
  Civil parish: Headingley Cum Burley
  Admin county: Yorkshire Leeds
  Municipal borough: Leeds
  Municipal ward: Headingley
  Urban sanitary district: Leeds
  Village: Burley
  Parliamentary borough or division: North Leeds
  Ecclesiastical parish or division: St Matthias
  Address: 47 Stansfield Row
Household:
  William H Tordoff, Head, M, 30(?), Boot Rivetter, Yorkshire Kirkstall
  Clara Tordoff, Wife, M, 29, Cloth Weaver, Yorkshire Kirkstall
  Maurice Tordoff, Son, ,5, Yorkshire Burley

From yorkshirebmd.org.uk:
  Yorkshire Marriage indexes for the years: 1883
  Surname	Forename(s)	Surname	Forename(s)	Church / Register Office	Registers At	Reference
  ROSS	Kate	YATES	Tom	St Peter, Leeds	Leeds	CE46/95/14
This is almost certainly the marriage of Kate Ross - the date (between 1881 and 1891 during which time
where she either dies, marries or moves) fits, and the corresponding 1891 census entry for Tom Yates
and Kate Yates gives very good evidence for it being the same Kate Ross.

From FreeBMD (24/04/2004) :
  Marriages Dec 1883
  Ross	 Kate	 	 Leeds	 9b	693
  YATES	 Tom	  	 Leeds	 9b	693
(could also be
  Myers	 Henry Sutcliffe	  	 Leeds	 9b	693
but we already have good info linking Clara to Tom Yates)

Information on Kate Yates (Ross) in 1891:
  RG12/3711
  Civil parish: Headingley Cum Burley
  Admin county: Yorkshire Leeds
  Municipal borough: Leeds
  Municipal ward: Headingley
  Urban sanitary district: Leeds
  Village: Burley
  Parliamentary borough or division: North Leeds
  Ecclesiastical parish or division: St Matthias
  Address: 2 Stansfield Row
Household:
  Tom Yates, Head, M, 31, Tanner, Yorkshire Wicksley
  Kate Yates, Wife, M, 26, , Yorkshire Kirkstall
  Myra Yates, Daur, , 10 Mo, Yorkshire Burley

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28/11/2004
Message from : Howard Archer
Subject : Re - William Henry Tordoff
hiya ian are researching the Tordoff/ Ross family from Kirstall. please let me
know your line.
have a look at www.tribalpages.com/tribes/tordoff
many thanks howard archer

28/11/2004
Hi, Howard.  It seems we have a match.  I have a William Henry Tordoff who
married Clara Ross,
and where the details I have on their birth and marriage match with the dates on
the website.
See pages http://www.goblin-online.net/genealogy/gentree/gp70.html#head0 and
http://www.goblin-online.net/genealogy/gentree/tp8.html on my website.
Drop me an email, my address is ian@goblin-online.net

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From: Howard & Maria (howard.maria@btinternet.com)
Subject: tordoff/ Ross family
Date: Sun, 28 Nov 2004 21:19:11 -0000
To: (ian@goblin-online.net)

thanks for your reply Ian, hope you have visited my site.   Unfortunately I am unable to visit yours maybe you could send me a link.
I do family history research as a part time job, after doing my own a couple of years ago.  The TORDOFF research is a favour to a friend who babysits my daughter.  Her Great Grandfather was William Henry Tordoff, and if you look at the site, I set up for her,Donald Tordoff is her brother and Albert Tordoff - father and so on.
I live in braintree, Essex and have a 2 year old daughter, you can see my OWN site at www.tribalpages.com/tribes/howardmaria
she is very interested in the connection of 'Clara Ross' father - Israel going to the US,and Clara and her mother then being refused entry beyond Ellis Island when they went to join him, this info was given to her when her Grandfather (Maurice), was dying.
please see attached document about the US link.
please let me more more about you and your TORDOFF/ROSS connections
many thanks

Howard Archer

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Search for birth of Isaac Ross (1807) in IGI (28/11/2004)

ISACK ROSS
   Male
Event(s):
  Birth:  16 JAN 1806    Rehoboth Particular Baptist, Farsley, Yorkshire,
England
  Christening:
  Death:
  Burial:
Parents:
   Father:   JOSEPH ROSS
   Mother:   NANCEY
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record.
  The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or
  christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:        Source Call No.:     Type:   Printout Call No.:
Type:
  C093361      1779 - 1837   0816620 (RG4 3160)   Film    6910558
Film
  Sheet: 00

Not necessarily him, but it's in the right place - assuming he was likely born
where he died - and close to the year.  I can't say for certain, but this is the
most likely looking possibility in the IGI at the moment.

A possible looking marriage of Joseph and Nancey is

JOSEPH ROUSE
   Male
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:
  Death:
  Burial:
Marriages:
   Spouse:   NANCY HOLLINGS
   Marriage:  27 NOV 1804    Bradford, Yorkshire, England
Messages:
  Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record.
  The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the
  marriage date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:        Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:
Type:
  M107655      1790 - 1812   0990533            Film    6911015
Film
  Sheet: 00

Again, no proof yet that is the correct marriage.

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_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_

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/=============================================================================/

ID:       <41>
Status:   D
Name:     \Henry Hodgkins\
          [Dad guessed Jim] - Kathleen Hodgkins father
Gender:   M
Gen:      -3
Position: 0010
Born:     05/12/1867, Ogley Hay, Staffordshire, England
          1881 census gives birth place of Ogley Hay, Staffordshire, England [1881C].
          1901 census gives date between 01/04/1867 and 31/03/1968, and a birth place of Staffordshire [1901C].
          1911 gives c1868, Ogley Hay, Staffordshire [1911C].
          Henry's birth certificate confirms date of 05/12/1867 and birth in Ogley Hay.
Married:  Married by 31/03/1901  [1901 census], fragment of marriage certificate says 25/12/1897.
          Marriage index on www.freebmd.org.uk says it occurred in the registration district of Rotherham.
          Full marriage certificate confirms marriage on 25/12/1897, at All Saints Church, Aston, Yorkshire.
          Witnesses were Arthur Hodgkins, Ann Elizabeth Cooper and E. Blackburn (asst. curate).
Died:     Circa 1940, based on interment expenses dated 19th March 1940.
          Also recorded on marriage of John and Kathleen (<6> and <7>) as deceased by 25/10/1941.
Partner:  <42>
Child:    <6>
Father:   <50>
Mother:   <51>
Sibling:  \Maria Hodgkins:c1872\
            In 1881: Aged 8; born in Hammerwich, Stafford, England; Scholar; Living at Rugeley Rd, Burntwood Edial & Woodhouses, Stafford, England  (born c1872)  [1881C]
            In 1891: Aged 18; born in Hammerwich, Stafford; Domestic Servant; Living at Planters Plow, Lichfield, Staffordshire;  (born c1872)  [1891C]
          \Arthur Hodgkins:c1874\
            In 1881: Aged 6; born in Hammerwich, Stafford, England; Scholar; Living at Rugeley Rd, Burntwood Edial & Woodhouses, Stafford, England  (born c1874)  [1881C]
            In 1891: Aged 16; born in Hammerwich, Stafford; Scholar; Living at Planters Plow, Lichfield, Staffordshire  (born c1874)  [1891C]
          \William Hodgkins:c1878\
            In 1881: Aged 2; born in Burntwood, Stafford, England; Scholar; Living at Rugeley Rd, Burntwood Edial & Woodhouses, Stafford, England  (born c1878)  [1881C]
            In 1891: Aged 12; born in Burntwood, Stafford; Scholar; Living at Planters Plow, Lichfield, Staffordshire  (born c1878)  [1891C]
            In 1901: Aged 22; born c1879, Chasetown, Staffordshire; Coal miner haulier; Single; Living at 22 Rugeley Rd, Chasetown, Burntwood, Lichfield, Staffordshire  [1901C]
          \Albert Hodgkins:c1883\
            In 1891: Aged 8; born in Burntwood, Stafford; Scholar; Living at Planters Plow, Lichfield, Staffordshire  (born c1883)  [1891C]
            In 1901: Aged 18; born c1883, Bony Hay, Staffordshire; Coal miner horse driver; Single; Living at 22 Rugeley Rd, Chasetown, Burntwood, Lichfield, Staffordshire  [1901C]
            In 1911: Aged 28; born c1883, Bony Hay, Chase Town Parish, Staffordshire; Scholar; "Coal Miner, Hewer"; Living at Cross St, Chase Terrace, nr Walsall, Staffordshire  [1911C]
            Wife in 1911 is \Elizabeth ____:c1887\
              Elizabeth aged 24 in 1911; born c1887, Norton Canes Parish, Staffordshire; Living at Cross St, Chase Terrace, nr Walsall, Staffordshire  [1911C]
Notes:

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Dec 1867
  Name:    Henry Hodgkins
  District: Lichfield
  Vol/Page: 6b/368
  Researched: 09/08/2003, Harris Library, Preston
  Certificate: Received in post 19/08/2003
Staffordshire registration districts:
http://www.fhsc.org.uk/genuki/reg/sts.htm
http://www.fhsc.org.uk/genuki/reg/sts.htm#lich
Lichfield
Created 1st July 1837.
Sub-districts : Lichfield; Rugeley; Yoxall.
GRO volumes : XVII (1837-51); 6b (1852-1930).
Alrewas, Alrewas Hays, Armitage, Brereton, Burntwood, Colton, Curborough and Elmhurst, Elford, Farewell and Chorley, Fisherwick, Fradley, Freeford, Fulfen, Hammerwich, Hamstall Ridware, Haselour, King's Bromley, King's Bromley Hays, Lichfield, Longdon, Mavestyn Ridware, Ogley Hay, Orgreave, Pipehill, Pipe Ridware, Rugeley, Shire Oak, Shenstone, Streethay, Swinfen and Packington, Tamhorn, Wall, Weeford, Whittington, Yoxall.
Registers now in Lichfield, East Staffordshire and Cannock Chase districts.

Birth certificate of Henry Hodgkins <41> :
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  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Lichfield
  1867 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Lichfield in the County of Stafford
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  360  Fifth December 1867            Henry        Boy    Joseph             Georgiana         Coal                 J Hodgkins           Twenty seventh      Charles
       Ogley Hay                                          Hodgkins           Hodgkins          Miner                Father               December 1867       Gillard
                                                                             formerly                               Ogley hay                                Registrar
                                                                             Lancashire
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

GRO marriage index:
  Quarter: Dec 1897
  Names: Henry Hodgkins, Annie Cooper
  District: Rotherham
  Vol/Page: 9c/1066
  Researched: 15/08/2003, www.freebmd.org.uk
  Certificate: Ordered 23/08/2003.  Received 02/09/2003.
NOTES: Cross-checked in microfilm index records in Harris Library, Preston : found no record of the marriage there.
       However, this and and the marriage certificate fragment I possess both agree, and the marriage was double-keyed
       in FreeBMD, so this is likely correct.
UPDATE: Reference was indeed correct.  Received marriage certificate 02/09/2003.

Marriage certificate :
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Registration district   Rotherham
  1897   All Saints Church
  in the Parish of Aston in the County of York
  No   When          Name              Age   Condition   Profession   Residence        Father                    Profession
  13   Dec 25 1897   Henry Hodgkins    28    Bachelor    Miner        Woodhouse Mill   Joseph Hodgkins           Miner
                     Annie Cooper      22    Spinster    ----------   North Staveley   James Cooper (deceased)   ----------
  Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church after Banns by me,
  (sig) Henry Hodgkins   in the presence of us   Arthur Hodgkins       E. Blackburn, Assist. Curate
        Annie Cooper                             Ann Elizabeth Cooper
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

--
Search for Maria Hodgkins:
###############  Surname        First name(s)        Age        District       Vol       Page
Births Dec 1871  Hewitson        Marian Claribel                 Bromsgrove     6c       406
Births Mar 1872  Hudson          Maria                           Uttoxeter      6b       343
Births Mar 1873  Hewitson        Maria Beaman                    Bromsgrove     6c       446
Births Jun 1873  Hitchings       Marian                          King's N.      6c       480
Births Sep 1873  Hitchiner       Maria                           Lichfield      6b       445
--

--
Search for Arthur Hodgkins:
###############  Surname        First name(s)        Age        District       Vol       Page
Births Mar 1874  HUTCHINSON      Arthur Hamilton                 Wolverhampton  6b       663
Births Jun 1874  Hudson          Arthur Joseph                   Kidderminster  6c       278
Births Sep 1874  Hodson          Arthur                          Wolverhampton  6b       643
Births Sep 1875  HITCHINGS       Arthur                          Penkridge      6b       485
Births Dec 1875  Hodgkins        Arthur James                    Stourbridge    6c       174 ***
- - - - - - - -  Hodgkinson      Arthur Joseph                   Wolstanton     6b       116
- - - - - - - -  Hodson          Arthur                          Walsall        6b       680
Births Mar 1876  Hodkinson       Arthur Enoch W                  Stone          6b       52
- - - - - - - -  Hudson          Arthur                          Ashbourne      7b       629
--

--
Search for William Hodgkins:
###############  Surname        First name(s)        Age        District       Vol       Page
Births Dec 1877  HODSON          William Henry                   Lichfield      6b       476
--


1911 Census - Henry Hodgkins, Annie Hodgkins (Annie Cooper); children Albert, Nellie, Jim, Annie, Edith; brother-in-law James Cooper (brother of Annie Cooper)
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN28039 RG78PN1602 RD511 SD1 ED3 SN331
Schedule Number: 331
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Yorkshire West Riding
District: Rotherham
Subdistrict: Aston
Enumeration District: 3
Parish: Aston cum Aughton
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 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace              Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~    ~   Born   ~    ~
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 Henry Hodgkins       Head         M   43  Married   13                  Coal Miner, Hewer                            Worker            Stafford, Ogley Hay     c1868  <41>
 Annie Hodgkins       Wife         F   36  Married   13      5   5   0                                                                  Worcester, Netherton    c1875  Annie Cooper <42>
 Albert Hodgkins      Son          M   12                                School                                                         Yorks, Woodhouse Mill   c1899  <<6>>
 Nellie Hodgkins      Daughter     F   11                                School                                                         Yorks, Swallow nest     c1900  <<6>>
 Jim Hodgkins         Son          M    8                                School                                                         Notts, Selston          c1903  <<6>>
 Annie Hodgkins       Daughter     F    7                                School                                                         Notts, Selston          c1904  <<6>>
 Edith Hodgkins       Daughter     F    3                                School                                                         Yorks, Aughton          c1907  <<6>>
 James Cooper         Boarder      M   24  Single                        Coal Miner Filler                            Worker            Yorks, Aston            c1887  <<42>>
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    Number of Rooms 4
    Signature       (sig) Henry Hodgkins
    Postal Address  4 George Square
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1901 census information:
  PRO Reference
  RG Number, Series	RG13
  Piece	4390
  Folio	55
  Page	45
  Schedule Number	251
Location:
  Address	Swallownest
  Civil Parish	Aston Cum Aughton
  Rural District	--
  Town or Village or Hamlet	Swallownest
  Parliamentary Borough or Division	Rotherham
  Ecclesiastical Parish	All Saints
  Administrative County	Yorkshire
  County Borough, Municipal Borough or Urban District	--
  Ward of Municipal Borough or Urban District	--
Henry Hodgkins, 33, Coal Miner Hewer, born Staffordshire
Ann Hodgkins, 26, born Worcestershire
Albert Hodgkins, 2, born Yorks Woodhouse Mill
Nellie Hodgkins, 1, born Yorks Swallownest

1871 census:
Township:           Hammerwich, Staffordshire
Village:            Hammerwich, Staffordshire
Ecclesiastical District: Lichfield, Staffordshire
Address: Watling Street
  Name                 Rel.      M.Status  Age        Occupation               Birthplace
  Joseph Hodgkins      Head      Marr      35         Miner                    Staffordshire Lichfield
  Georgena Hodgkins    Wife      Marr      29                                  Staffordshire Darlaston
  Agnes Hodgkins       Daur                 8         Scholar                  Staffordshire Hammerwich
  Ellen Hodgkins       Daur                 5         Scholar                  Staffordshire Hammerwich
  Henry Hodgkins       Son                  3         Scholar                  Staffordshire Hammerwich
Source information:
  PRO Reference:    RG10/2915
  Registration district:    Lichfield, Staffordshire
  Sub-registration district:    Lichfield, Staffordshire
  ED, institution, or vessel:    21
  Folio:    62
  Page:    20
  Household schedule number:    87

1881 census:
Henry HODGKINS
Male
Other Information:
  Birth Year	1868
  Birthplace	Ogley Hay, Stafford, England
  Age	13
  Occupation	Employed In Coal Mine
  Marital Status
  Head of Household	Joseph HODGKINS
  Relation	Son
  Disability
 Name                  Relation   Marital Status   Gender    Age    Birthplace                       Occupation              Disability
 Joseph HODGKINS        Head       M                Male      44     Lichfield, Stafford, England     Coal Miner
 Georgiana HODGKINS     Wife       M                Female    39     Darlaston, Stafford, England
 Henry HODGKINS         Son                         Male      13     Ogley Hay, Stafford, England     Employed In Coal Mine
 Maria HODGKINS         Daur                        Female    8      Hammerwich, Stafford, England    Scholar
 Arthur HODGKINS        Son                         Male      6      Hammerwich, Stafford, England    Scholar
 William HODGKINS       Son                         Male      2      Burntwood, Stafford, England
Source Information:
  Dwelling  	Rugeley Rd
  Census Place	Burntwood Edial & Woodhouses, Stafford, England
  Family History Library Film  	1341664
  Public Records Office Reference  	RG11
  Piece / Folio  	2774 / 64
  Page Number  	26



1911 Census - Albert Hodgkins, wife Elizabeth, and mother Georgi(a)na
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN16870 RG78PN1044 RD367 SD1 ED12 SN60
Schedule Number: 60
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Staffordshire
District: Lichfield
Subdistrict: Lichfield
Enumeration District: 12
Parish: --
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace                             Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~    ~    ~    ~    ~   Born   ~    ~
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Albert Hodgkins      Head         M   28  Married                       Coal Miner, Hewer               Coalmining   Worker            Bony Hay, Chase Town Parish, Staffs    c1883  <<41>>
 Elizabeth Hodgkins   Wife         F   24  Married   <11887<<41>>
 Georgina Hodgkins    Mother       F   69  Widow                                                                                        Darlaston, Staffs                      c1842  Georgiana Lancashire <51>
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Number of Rooms 4
    Signature       (sig) Albert Hodgkins
    Postal Address  Cross St, Chase Terrace, nr Walsall, Staffs
---------------------------------------------------------


1901 census information - William and Albert:
  PRO Reference
  RG Number, Series	RG13
  Piece	2655
  Folio	58
  Page	3
Location:
  Address	22 Rugeley Rd
  Civil Parish	Burntwood
  Town or Village or Hamlet	  Chase Terrace
  Ecclesiastical   Chasetown
  Administrative County  Staffordshire
  Reg District	Lichfield
Joseph Hodgkins, Head, Married, 65, Coal miner hewer, born Lichfield Staffs
Georgina Hodgkins, Wife, Married, 69, born Darlaston Staffs - age 69 probably incorrect as makes her born c1832, not c1842 as already known
Wm Hodgkins, Son, 22, Single, Coal miner haulier, born Chasetown Staffs
Albert Hodgkins, Son, 18, Single, Coal miner horse driver, born Bony Hay Staffs


1891 census of parents and siblings:
 Admin County: Stafford
 Civil Parish: Burntwood
 Village: Burntwood
 Rural sanitary district: Lichfield
 Parliamentary borough: Lichfield
 Eccl district: Burntwood
 Address: Planters Plow
 Name                  Relation   Marital Status   Gender  Age    Profession         Birthplace
 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Hodgkin Jos            Head       M                M      55     Coal Miner         Staff Lichfield
 Hodgkin Georgina       Wife       M                F      49                        Staff Darlaston
 Hodgkin Maria          Daur       Single           F      18     Domestic Servant   Staff Hammerwich
 Hodgkin Arthur         Son        Single           M      16     Miner              Staff Hammerwich
 Hodgkin Willm          Son        Single           M      12     Miner              Staff Burntwood
 Hodgkin Albert         Son        Single           M       8     Scholar            Staff Burntwood

Birth certificate (fragment) :
  Book No. 24
  Superintendent Registrar's District  Lich...
  1867 BIRTH in the Sub-District of Lichfiel...
  No. : 360
  When and where born : Fifth December 1867. Ogley Hay
  Name : Henry
  Sex : Boy
  Name and surname of father : Joseph Hodgkins
  Name... : Georg... Hodgk... former... Lancash...
  I, Alfred Dean Parker Superintendent registrar of the District of Li...
  [...]
  Witness my hand this 24th day of Octobe...

Marriage certificate (fragment) :
  (handwritten) Mothers Wedding Day
  1897
  No. : 13
  When Married : Dec 25. 1897

Henry Hodgkins <41> is recorded on Kathleen Hodgkins <6> birth certificate in 1917 as a
"Colliery Surface Man" (Colliery Surface Manager?).  He and Annie <42> were in residence at
4 George Square, Aughton, where Kathleen was born.

Recorded on marriage certificate of Kathleen and John (<6> and <7>) as the father of Kathleen,
and as a Surface (?)Wriher(?), deceased.

Marriage certificate with Annie Cooper <42> states he was 28 on 25/12/1897, a Miner, living at/in Woodhouse Mill.
It confirms his father was Joseph Hodgkins <50>, a Miner.

Interesting information on Ogley Hay can be found here:
  http://www.bhills-history.fsnet.co.uk/index4.htm
  http://www.bhills-history.fsnet.co.uk/ogley_hay.htm

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <42>
Status:   D
Name:     \Ann ("Annie") Cooper\
          Kathleen Hodgkins mother
Gender:   F
Gen:      -3
Position: 0011
Born:     05/03/1875, 22 Lavinder Fold, Netherton, Worcestershire.
          Recorded age 6 in 1881 census, born c1875, Worcestershire [1881C]
          Recorded age 16 in 1891 census, born Netherton, Worstershire [1891C]
          Recorded age 26 in 1901 census, born c1875, Worcestershire [1901C]
          Recorded age 36 in 1911 census, born c1875, Netherton, Worcestershire [1901C]
          Annie's birth certificate confirms a date of 05/03/1875, and a birth place of 22 Lavinder Fold, Netherton  [cert]
Married:  Married by 31/03/1901 [1901 census], fragment of marriage certificate says 25/12/1897.
          Marriage index on www.freebmd.org.uk says it occurred in the registration district of Rotherham.
          Full marriage certificate confirms marriage on 25/12/1897, at All Saints Church, Aston, Yorkshire.
          Witnesses were Arthur Hodgkins, Ann Elizabeth Cooper and E. Blackburn (asst. curate).
Died:     Circa 1954, based on interment expenses dated 15th January 1954.
Partner:  <41>
Child:    <6>
Father:   <52>
Mother:   <53>
Sibling:  \Robert Cooper:1879\, born 16 May 1879 [Dads bible]
          \Maria Cooper:1878\, born 9 March 1878 [Dads bible]
            recorded age 3 in 1881 census, born Worstershire Netherton, living at Millstone Hill, Aston Cum Aughton, York, England
            recorded age 13 in 1891 census, born Worstershire Netherton, living at No. 9,
          \Robert Cooper:1880\, born 2 Nov 1880 [Dads bible]
          \Elizabeth Cooper:1881\, born 1 Nov 1881 [Dads bible]
            recorded age 9 in 1891 census, born Yorkshire Aston
          \Lily Cooper:1884\, born 29 Oct 1884 [Dads bible]
          \James Cooper:1886\, born 21 Oct 1886 [Dads bible]
            Recorded age 4 in 1891 census, born Yorkshire Aston [1891C]
            Still living in 1910, as mother Elizabeth <53> died circa 1910, aged 58,
              and interment expenses dated 14/03/1910 state the interment was arranged
              by James Cooper.  It does not say which James (son <<42>> or husband <52>),
              but we know from the 1881 and 1891 censuses that James senior <52> died
              between 1881 and 1891, so it *must* be James junior <<42>> !
            Recorded age 24 in 1911; born c1887, Aston, Yorkshire; Single; "Coal Miner Filler"; boarding with sister Annie, 4 George Square, Aston cum Aughton [1911C]
          \Lily Cooper:1889\, born 12 June 1889 [Dads bible]
            recorded age 1 in 1891 census, born Yorkshire Aston
Notes:

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Jun 1875
  Name:    Ann Cooper
  Mothers maiden name: --
  District: Dudley
  Vol/Page: 6c/113
  Researched: 02/02/2004, www.freebmd.org.uk
  Certificate: Ordered 02/02/2004 (with ref checks).  Received 12/02/2004.

GRO marriage index:
  Quarter: Dec 1897
  Names: Henry Hodgkins, Annie Cooper
  District: Rotherham
  Vol/Page: 9c/1066
  Researched: 15/08/2003, www.freebmd.org.uk
  Certificate: Ordered 23/08/2003.  Received 02/09/2003.
NOTES: Cross-checked in microfilm index records in Harris Library, Preston : found no record of the marriage there.
       However, this and and the marriage certificate fragment I possess both agree, and the marriage was double-keyed
       in FreeBMD, so this is likely correct.
UPDATE: Reference was indeed correct.  Received marriage certificate 02/09/2003.

Birth certificate (fragment) :
  1875 birth in the Sub-Distr...
  Number: 282
  Where and where born: Fifth March 1875, 22 Lavinder Fold, Netherton
  Name (if any): Ann
  So... : Su...

Marriage certificate (fragment) :
  (handwritten) Mothers Wedding Day
  1897
  No. : 13
  When Married : Dec 25. 1897

Birth certificate of Ann Cooper <42> :
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Dudley
  1875 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Dudley in the County of Worcester
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  282  Fifth March 1875               Ann          Girl   James              Elizabeth         Coal                 (x) The mark of      Fifth               E.Hollier
       22 Lavender Fold, Netherton                        Cooper             Cooper            Miner                Elizabeth Cooper     April               Registrar
                                                                             formerly                               Mother               1875
                                                                             Garratt                                22 Lavender Fold
                                                                                                                    Netherton Dudley
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Marriage certificate :
  Registration district   Rotherham
  1897   All Saints Church
  in the Parish of Aston in the County of York
  No   When          Age   Condition   Profession   Residence        Father                    Profession
  13   Dec 25 1897   28    Bachelor    Miner        Woodhouse Mill   Joseph Hodgkins           Miner
                     22    Spinster    ----------   North Staveley   James Cooper (deceased)   ----------
  Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church after Banns by me,
  (sig) Henry Hodgkins   in the presence of us   Arthur Hodgkins       E. Blackburn, Assist. Curate
        Annie Cooper                             Ann Elizabeth Cooper

--
Search for Annie Cooper:
###############  Surname        First name(s)        Age        District       Vol       Page
Births Mar 1875  Cooper          Annie Elizabeth                 Alcester       6d       609
Births Jun 1875  COOPER          Annie                           Stourbridge    6c       210
Births Dec 1875  Cooper          Annie                           W. Bromwich    6b       748
--

Dad:

This is grandma's mothers family. Your grandma's mother was was a Cooper and
her name was Annie.

This is a list of her family as listed in the family bible.

Name                         Date of birth

Robert Cooper           16 May 1879
Annie Cooper              5 March 1879 Your great grandma  {{see later note*}}
Maria Cooper              9 March 1878
Robert Cooper            2 Nov 1880
Elizabeth Cooper         1 Nov 1881
Lily Cooper                29 Oct 1884
James Cooper            21 Oct 1886
Lily Cooper                12 June 1889
All the above are brothers and sisters of  great grandma.

My transcription of same source (family bible) :

Robert Cooper Born May the 16th 18[4? 7?, prob 7]9
Annie Cooper Born March the 5th 18[7?]5
Maria Cooper Born March the 9th 18[7?]8
Robert Cooper Born November the 2nd 1880
Elizabeth Cooper Born November the 1st 1881
Lily Cooper Born October the 29th 1884
James Cooper Born October the 21 [written: 'first']t 1886
Lily Cooper Born J['a' or 'u']n[e?] the 12th 1889

?? Lily Cooper, Born c1884 in Grimsby

?? Elizabeth Anne Cooper, Born c1880 in George Lane (South Woodford)
?? Elizabeth Cooper, Born c1880 in Leytonstone, Essex
?? Elizabeth Cooper, Born 1880 in London
?? Elizabeth Cooper, Born c1881 in Chorley, Lancs
?? Elizabeth Cooper, Born 1881 in Lincolnshire
?? Elizabeth Cooper, Born c1881 (No Place Of Birth Available)
?? Elizabeth Ellen Cooper, Born c1882 (No Place Of Birth Available)

?? Robert Cooper, Born c1879 in ?  (msg to Rona)

?? Annie Cooper, Born c1880 in Chesterfield
Send Message to Robert about Annie Cooper


1911 Census - Henry Hodgkins, Annie Hodgkins (Annie Cooper); children Albert, Nellie, Jim, Annie, Edith; brother-in-law James Cooper (brother of Annie Cooper)
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN28039 RG78PN1602 RD511 SD1 ED3 SN331
Schedule Number: 331
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Yorkshire West Riding
District: Rotherham
Subdistrict: Aston
Enumeration District: 3
Parish: Aston cum Aughton
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace              Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~    ~   Born   ~    ~
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Henry Hodgkins       Head         M   43  Married   13                  Coal Miner, Hewer                            Worker            Stafford, Ogley Hay     c1868  <41>
 Annie Hodgkins       Wife         F   36  Married   13      5   5   0                                                                  Worcester, Netherton    c1875  Annie Cooper <42>
 Albert Hodgkins      Son          M   12                                School                                                         Yorks, Woodhouse Mill   c1899  <<6>>
 Nellie Hodgkins      Daughter     F   11                                School                                                         Yorks, Swallow nest     c1900  <<6>>
 Jim Hodgkins         Son          M    8                                School                                                         Notts, Selston          c1903  <<6>>
 Annie Hodgkins       Daughter     F    7                                School                                                         Notts, Selston          c1904  <<6>>
 Edith Hodgkins       Daughter     F    3                                School                                                         Yorks, Aughton          c1907  <<6>>
 James Cooper         Boarder      M   24  Single                        Coal Miner Filler                            Worker            Yorks, Aston            c1887  <<42>>
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Number of Rooms 4
    Signature       (sig) Henry Hodgkins
    Postal Address  4 George Square
---------------------------------------------------------


1901 census:
  Source:
    PRO Reference
    RG Number, Series	RG13
    Piece	4390
    Folio	55
    Page	45
    Schedule Number	251
  Address:
    Address	Swallownest
    Civil Parish	Aston Cum Aughton
    Rural District	--
    Town or Village or Hamlet	Swallownest
    Parliamentary Borough or Division	Rotherham
    Ecclesiastical Parish	All Saints
    Administrative County	Yorkshire
    County Borough, Municipal Borough or Urban District	--
    Ward of Municipal Borough or Urban District	--
  Details:
    Ann Hodgkins
    Relation to Head of Family	Wife
    Condition as to Marriage	M
    Age Last Birthday	26
    Sex	F
    Profession or Occupation
    Employment Status	Undefined
    Where Born	Worcestershire
    Language
    Infirmity
  Family:
    Husband - Henry Hodgkins, aged 33, a Coal Miner Hewer born in Staffordshire
    Son - Albert Hodgkins, aged 2, born Yorks Woodhouse Mill
    Daughter - Nellie Hodgkins, aged 1, born Yorks Swallownest

1891 census:
Cooper, Ann   16   Netherton, Worcestershire    Daughter    Aston    Yorkshire
Location:
  Administrative county: Yorkshire
  Civil parish: Aston
  Village: Aston
  Rural sanitary district: Rotherham
  Parliamentary borough: Rotherham
  Eccl. parish/district: All Saints
  Address: No. 9
  Ref: RG12/3844
Household:
  Elizabeth Cooper, Head, Widow, 39, Living on own means, Worstershire Netherton
  Ann Cooper, Daur, Single, 16, Worstershire Netherton
  Marie (Maria?) Cooper, Daur, Single, 13, Worstershire Netherton
  Elizabeth Cooper, Daur, 9, Yorkshire Aston
  James Cooper, Son, 4, Yorkshire Aston
  Lilly Cooper, Daur, 1, Yorkshire Aston
Note the absence of James Cooper senior, and Elizabath senior as a widow.
So James Cooper <52> died between 1881 and 1891 - useful to know!
On the previous image - and living on the same street - is a Robert Cooper, age 66,
married to Ann Cooper age 61.  Probably the same Robert Cooper <73> who is the
father of Annie's <42> father James Cooper <52>.

1881 census:
 Name                  Relation   Marital Status   Gender    Age    Birthplace                       Occupation              Disability
 James COOPER           Head       M                Male      28     Gloucester, England              Coal Miner
 Elizth. COOPER         Wife       M                Female    28     Worcester, England
 Annie COOPER           Dau                         Female    6      Worcester, England
 Maria COOPER           Dau                         Female    3      Worcester, England
Source Information:
  Dwelling  	Millstone Hill
  Census Place	Aston Cum Aughton, York, England
  Family History Library Film  	1342129
  Public Records Office Reference  	RG11
  Piece / Folio  	4670 / 67
  Page Number  	23

* Additional notes on date of birth and the authenticity of this information:
*
* Dad's info (from the Hodgkins family bible) initially gave a DOB of 05/03/1879
* 1881 and 1901 censusus have age as 6 in 1881, and 26 in 1901,
* consistent with each other but inconsistent with Dad's info.
* These censuses therefore suggested a year of approximately 1875.
*
* I was convinced these censuses referred to the same Annie Cooper, and to the Annie Cooper
* who was the mother of Kathleen Hodgkins.  She is recorded in 1881 as being aged 6, born in
* Worcestershire, and having a sister Maria - the only one of her siblings who would have been
* born by then if my belief that Robert Cooper died as a baby is correct.
* A matching Ann Hodgkins is present in the 1901 census, aged 26, also born in Worcestershire,
* with children Albert Hodgkins and Nellie Hodgkins of ages consistent with Kathleen Hodgkins
* siblings, and where Albert (16/09/1898) and Nellie (01/04/1900) were the only children of
* Annie's (see Kathleen <6>) who would have been born by 1901.
* This being the case, this allows Annie's parents to be taken to be James and Elizabeth Cooper,
* and her otherwise unnamed Hodgkins husband to be named as Henry Hodgkins, a coal miner.
*
* What this meant, however, is that the ages given by both censuses make the date of birth
* for Annie given to me by Dad (05/03/1879) incorrect, placing her birth in approximately 1875.
* Maybe Dad had transcribed the bible incorrectly.  Maybe the writing in the bible wasn't fully
* legible (a 5 read as a 9 by Dad?).  Maybe the date was incorrectly recorded in the bible.
* I, however, am sure these census record do refer to the Annie Cooper I seek and that they
* consistently show a date of about 1875.  Annie Coopers birth certificate confirms 1875.

Henry Hodgkins is later traced in the 1881 census as "Employed In Coal Mine" at age 13,
siblings Maria, Arthur and William, and parents Joseph and Georgiana.  See Henry <41> for
details.

Henry Hodgkins <41> is recorded on Kathleen Hodgkins <6> birth certificate in 1917 as a
"Colliery Surface Man" (Colliery Surface Manager?).  He and Annie <42> were in residence at
4 George Square, Aughton, where Kathleen was born.

Marriage certificate with Henry Hodgkins <41> states she was 22 on 25/12/1897, no occupation specified, living in North Staveley.
It confirms her father was James Cooper <52>.  It states James Cooper was deceased.

NB.
On 05/11/1885, a Mr Cooper, probably James Cooper <52>, bought a childs oak coffin.
It is not recorded who it was for.  Possibly Lily Cooper, who was born 29/10/1884
  and presumably died as a second named Lily Cooper is born 12/06/1889.
On 18/01/1890, a Mrs Cooper, probably Elizabeth Cooper <53> bought a coffin.
It is not recorded who this was for either.  Possibly her father?

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <43>
Status:   D
Name:     \Isaac Ross\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -5
Position: 011010
Born:     c1807  [http://www.calverley.info/fars_bap_2.htm]
Married:  06/08/1827, Saint Peter, Leeds, Yorkshire, England  [IGI]
Died:     13/07/1873, Beckbottom, Farsley
Partner:  <79>
Child:    <40>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

From the IGI - marriage:
ISAAC ROSS
Male
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:
  Death:
  Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse: MARIA HAINSWORTH
  Marriage: 06 AUG 1827  Saint Peter, Leeds, Yorkshire, England
Messages:
  Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:  Dates:        Source Call No.:    Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
  M071933     1826 - 1829   0918384-0918386     Film   6900089             Film
  Sheet: 00

England and Wales, Civil Registration Index 1837-1900 [familysearch.org] records a death:
  Ross, Isaac
  Year: 1873
  Quarter: September
  Record Type: Deaths
  Volume: 9b
  District: Bradford
  Page: 152
This may or may not be the same Isaac Ross.  However, being recorded
in the September quarter (ie. the 3 months leading up to and including
September) is consistent with a death in July 1873, and the chances are
it is him.  The online transcription of the civil registration index
does not give any further details.

GRO death index:
  Quarter: Sep 1873
  Name:    Isaac Ross
  Age/DOB: 66
  District: Bradford, Y.
  Vol/Page: 9b/152
  Researched: 27/10/2003, 1837online.com, confirming Civil Registration Index entry from familysearch.org
  Certificate: Ordered 27/10/2003.  Received 06/11/2003.

Isaac Ross's <43> death certificate:
  ----
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Leeds
  1873 DEATH in the Sub-district of Calverley in the County of York
  No.  When/where        Name            Sex     Age     Occupation   Cause of death        Informant         When reg.    Registar
  194  Thirteenth        Issac Ross      Male    66      Grocer       Disease of the        William Slater    Fifteenth    George
       July 1873                                 Years                Prostate gland        In attendance     July 1873    ___ Holson
       Beckbottom                                                     bysuria(?) cystitis   High Street                    Registar
       Farsley                                                        Certified             Farsley
                                                                                            Calverley
  ----

1841 census:

Civil parish: Calverley
Hundred: Morley
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England
Street address: Beckbottom

Source information: HO107/1298/3
Registration district: Bradford
Sub-registration district: Calverley
ED, institution, or vessel: 4
Folio: 12
Page: 16
Line number: 1
GSU Number: 464258

Name                  MF  Age     Occupation       Birthplace    EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Isaac Ross            M   30-34   Sluber           Y             abt 1809  Isaac Ross <43>
Maria Ross            F   30-34                    Y             abt 1809  Maria Hainsworth <79>
Sarah Ann Ross        M   13                       Y             abt 1828    Looks at first like 'Graham' not 'Sarah Ann'!
Martha Ross           F   11                       Y             abt 1830
Ann Ross              F    8                       Y             abt 1833
Israel Ross           M    3                       Y             abt 1838
Mary Ross             F    1                       Y             abt 1840

1851 census:

Parish:  Calverley
Eccl District:  St John
Village: Farsley
Address: Beckbottom

County/Island: Yorkshire
Source information: HO107/2313
Registration district: Bradford
Sub-registration district: Calverley
ED, institution, or vessel: 5
Folio: 119
Page: 33
Household schedule number: 128
GSU Number: 87531-940071

Name             MF  Relationship  Mar  Age   Occupation   Birthplace          EstBYear  Individual
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Isaac Ross       M   Head          Mar  45    Slubber      Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1806  Isaac Ross <43>
Maria Ross       F   Wife          Mar  43                 Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1808  Maria Hainsworth <79>
Ann Ross         F   Daur          U    17    Burler(?)    Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1834  Ann Ross <<40>>
Israel Ross      M   Son                12    Factory Boy  Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1839  Israel Ross <<40>>
Mary Ross        F   Daur               10    Scholar      Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1841  Mary Ross <<40>>
Harriet Ross     F   Daur                6    Scholar      Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1845  Harriet Ross <<40>>
Hainsworth Ross  M   Son                 4    Scholar      Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1847  Hainesworth Ross <<40>>
Emma Ross        F   Daur                2                 Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1849  Emma Ross <40>

1871 census:
Township:           Calverley with Farsley
Village:            Farsley
Local Board:        Farsley Local Board
Ecclesiastical District: St Johns Farsley
Address: Hainswirth Sq
  Name                 Rel.      M.Status  Age   Occupation    Birthplace
  Isaac Ross           Head      Widw      65    Tea Dealer    Stanningley
  Emma Ross            Daur      Unm       21    Grocer        Farsley
Source Information:
  PRO reference:    RG10/4505
  County:           Yorkshire
  Registration district:    Bradford
  Sub-registration district:    Calverley
  ED, institution, or vessel:    7
  Folio:    128
  Page:    22
  Household schedule number:    116

Greville (18/09/2003):
I also have the Birth cert and Death cert for Hainsworth Ross.
It confirms he was a Boy (remember we couldn't be sure!).
Father: Isaac Ross
Mother: Maria Ross, formerly Hainsworth.  (Now there's a surprise!!)
However - the dates don't quite tally with the family bible (Karen's) dates.
Birth cert shows 21st May 1846 - and not 3rd June.  (Interestingly the birth was registered on 4th June - perhaps there was a misunderstanding way, way back).
And the Death cert shows 12th May 1861, aged 14 - bible shows right date but 1860 and aged 13 !!!!)
Rather odd.

http://www.calverley.info/fars_bap_2.htm
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Page   Surname   Name            Died        Age  Born      Relationship  Relation               Comments
127    Ross      Isaac           1873 07 13  66             Husband of    Maria
127    Ross      Israel          1911 01 13  72             Son of        Isaac & Maria
127    Ross      Maria           1870 04 14  62             Wife of       Isaac
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <44>
Status:   D
Name:     \Hilda Glover\
          Grandpa'a mother
Gender:   F
Gen:      -3
Position: 0001
Born:     22/05/1886, Beighton, Derbyshire  [birth certificate]
          c1886, Beighton, Derbyshire [1891C]
          c1887, Beighton, Derbyshire [1901C]
Married:  19/04/1908, Beighton, Sheffield, Yorkshire  [cert]
Died:     About 1957, 19 High Street, Beighton, Derbyshire  [obituary news clipping stating she died aged 71 at home]
Partner:  <45>
Child:    <7>
Father:   <56>
Mother:   <57>
Sibling:  \Francis Williamson Glover:c1899:1918\, born c1899, Beighton, Yorkshire [1901C], died 1918(?) [bedgreave doc?]
            "[Mary Fairburn] reared ponies and showed them locally.  Francis (Frank) used to ride Jonny the
             grey pony in processions and carnivals in fancy dress at Whitsuntide in the village.
             Mr and Mrs Glover used to visit Bedgreave in their pony tub [?] or trap with a grey horse Birdie.
             Frank was killed in the 1914-18 war just before the armistice." [bedgreave doc]
            Aged 2 in 1901, Beighton, Derbyshire [1901C], so born c1899.
            Aged 12 in 1911; born c1899, Beighton, Derbyshire; attending school; living with parents Williamson and Mary at the George & Dragon, Beighton, Sheffield.
            Died 23/10/1918, aged 19 (so born c1899), serving in France in WW1  [CWGC]
            According to CWGC:
              Service number 39356, a Private in the 1st Battalion of the East Yorkshire Regiment.
              Son of Williamson and Mary Glover, of The George and Dragon, Beighton, Sheffield.
              Buried in Awoingt British Cemetery, Awoingt, Cambrai, Nord locality, France.
              Grave/Memorial Reference: I. C. 12    (Plot 1, Row C, Grave 12 - see map of Awoingt British Cemetery)
              "Awoingt is a village some 3 kilometres east-south-east of Cambrai and a little south of the
               main straight road, the N43, from Cambrai to Le Cateau. Travel along the N43 to the roundabout
               at the junction of this road and the D157. At this junction is the first sign for the Cemetery.
               Turn right along the D157 and travel approximately 300 metres then turn left along a narrow road.
               The Cemetery lies 125 metres along this road on the left."
            The Armistice was signed on 11/11/1918, only 20 days after Francis died.
          \Anne (Annie) Glover:1890:1977\
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
            Born c1890, Beighton, Sheffield, Yorkshire [1891C]
            "Annie married Mr Purley." [bedgreave doc]
            10 months old at the time of the 1891 census (Approx. April 1891),
              and so born approx. June 1890, in Beighton, Derbyshire [1891C]
            Aged 10 in 1901, born c1891, Beighton, Derbyshire [1901C]
            She married \Samuel Purdy:c1890\ (in 1910)  [bedgreave doc]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
            Children:
              \John Purdy:1911:1984\ (1911-1984)  [bedgreave doc]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
                John married \Doris Rushby:c1911\  [bedgreave doc]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
                Children:
                  \Joan Purdy\  [bedgreave doc]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
                  \Jennifer Purdy\  [bedgreave doc]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
              \Evelyn Purdy:1913:1951\ (1913-1951)  [bedgreave doc]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
                Married \Jermin Smith Haslam:c1913\  [bedgreave doc]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
                Children:
                  \John Haslam:1930\ (1930)  [bedgreave doc]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
              \Mary Purdy:1916:1985\ (1916-1985)  [bedgreave doc]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
                Married \Richard Topley:c1916\  [bedgreave doc]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
                Children:
                  \Frank Topley\  [bedgreave doc]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
                  \Stephen Topley\  [bedgreave doc]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
              \Frank Purdy:1918:1982\ (1918-1982)  [bedgreave doc]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
                Married \Elsie Durbar:c1918\  [bedgreave doc]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
                Children:
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
                  \Brian Purdy\  [bedgreave doc]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
                  \Barry Purdy\  [bedgreave doc]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
                  \Roy Purdy\  [bedgreave doc]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
              \Doris Purdy:1919\ (1919)  [bedgreave doc]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
                Married \Ronald Allison Clarke:c1919\  [bedgreave doc]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
                Children:
                  \Anne Clarke\  [bedgreave doc]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
                  \Janet Clarke\  [bedgreave doc]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
Notes:

Hilda Glovers <44> birth certificate:
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  REGISTRATION DISTRICT  Rotherham
  1886 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Beighton in the Counties of Derby and York.
  No.  When/Where Born          Name          Sex   Father        Mother             Fathers Occupation   Informant         When Reg.      Registar
  287  Twenty Second May 1886   Hilda         Girl  Williamson    Mary Glover        Corn Miller          W.Glover          Twenty Sixth   Thomas South
       Beighton Derby RSD(?)                        Glover        formerly Fairburn  (Journeyman)         Father            June 1886      Registar
                                                                                                          Beighton
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

John Ward <45> and Hilda Glover's <44> marriage certificate - transcribed from scan of the cert given me by Dad <3>
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1908 Marriage solumnized at St. Mary's Church in the Parish of Beighton in the County of Derby
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  206  April 19th 1908         John Ward                  24         Bachelor    Joiner         Beighton                            Arthur Ward                Pig Dealer
                               Hilda Glover               21         Spinster                   Beighton                            Williamson Glover          Collier
  Married in the Church of St. Mary according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church after banns by me (sig) R. Steward Hare
  This Marriage                                    in the
  was solumnized  (sig) John Ward                  Presence   (sig) Williamson Glover
  between us      (sig) Hilda Glover               of us      (sig) Annie Glover
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Obituary in newspaper (newspaper unknown, date unknown) :
  "Born and bred in Beighton, where she was a keen member of the Parish Church,
   Mrs. Hilda Ward (71), of 19, High Street, Beighton, died at her home on
   Wednesday after being an in-patient at Sheffield Hospital. She leaves a
   widower, Mr. John Ward, four sons and three daughters, and six grand-children.
   Mr. Ward has worked as a joiner at Brookhouse Coke Ovens for over 40 years.
   The Vicar of Beighton, the Rev. W. G. Potts, will conduct the funeral service
   at Beighton Parish Church this morning and interment will then take place
   in the church-yard."
[An age of 71 would give a year of death of about 1957.  John <45> died in 1968, so he would have survived her as a widower.
 Can't yet find any matching death reference in GRO index in years 1956-1958.]


1911 Census - John Ward, Hilda Ward (Hilda Glover), children Mary Ward, Arthur Ward
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN21131 RG78PN1259 RD438 SD4 ED1 SN238
Schedule Number: 238
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Derbyshire
District: Chesterfield
Subdistrict: Eckington
Enumeration District: 1
Parish: Beighton
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 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace            Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~   ~  Born   ~    ~
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 John Ward            Head         M   26  Married   Three   Two Two None   Joiner Builder                            Worker            Derby                 c1885  <45>
 Hilda Ward           Wife         F   24  Married   Three                                                                              Beighton Derbyshire   c1887  Hilda Glover <44>
 Mary Ward            Daughter     F    2 years                                                                                         Beighton Derbyshire   c1909  <<7>>
 Arthur Ward          Son          M    8 mths                                                                                          Beighton Derbyshire   c1910  <<7>>
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    Number of Rooms 4
    Signature       (sig) John Ward
    Postal Address  High Street, Beighton, nr Sheffield
---------------------------------------------------------


1891 Census:
Glover, Williamson
  Relationship: Head
  County: Derbyshire
  Age: 29
  Civil Parish: Beighton
  Gender: Male
  ED: 1
  Where Born: Derbyshire, Chesterfield
  Eccl. Parish: St Mary
  Piece: RG12/3844
  Town: Beighton
  Folio: 24
  Page: 41
Civil parish: Beighton
Town: Beighton
Rural sanitary district: Rotherham
Parliamentary borough: N. Derbyshire
Ecclesiastical parish: St Mary
Administrative county: Derby
Page 41
schedule 219: Main Rd
 Name                 Relation    M.Status  Age  Occupation    Birthplace
 Williamson Glover    Head        M         29   Miller        Chesterfield, Derbyshire
 Mary Glover          Wife        M         25                 Woodhouse, Yorkshire
 Hilda Glover         Daur                  4                  Beighton, Derbyshire
 Annie Glover         Daur                  10m                Beighton, Derbyshire
 James _ Waddington   Boarder     S         21   Clerk         Retford, Nottinghamshire

Connected to Bedgreave Mill.

John Wards <7> birth certificate in 1913 says he was born at 85 High Street, Beighton, the
family home of parents John Ward <45> and Hilda Glover <44>.  John Ward senior <45> is
described as a "Joiner (Journeyman)".

Bedgreave document (on Williamson and Mary Fairburn) :
"Williamson Glover married Mary Fairburn (Polly) - his cousin.  He worked as a corn miller at
Joey Glovers Mill in Beighton (see figs 8 and 10) with his father.  Polly's sister Eleanor was married
to the Licensee of the George and Dragon Hotel, Beighton, a Mr Harry Hutton.  When they left to take the
Marquis of Granby at Bamford Derbyshire, Williamson and Polly took the 'George' (see fig 11).
They had 3 children, Hilda, Annie and Francis Williamson.  Polly reared ponies and showed them locally.
Francis (Frank) used to ride Jonny the grey pony in processions and carnivals in fancy dress at
Whitsuntide in the village.  Mr and Mrs Glover used to visit Bedgreave in their pony tub [?] or trap
with a grey horse Birdie.  Frank was killed in the 1914-18 war just before the armistice.  Hilda Glover
married John Ward a joiner at the 'Salt house' making ammonium sulphate for export during 1914-18 war.
He was an athlete and footballer who lived with relatives in Woodhouse.  There is a road named after him."
"When Williamson died Polly kept the 'George'.  During the 2nd W.War a land mine dropped near the
railway and River Rother.  It blasted the front of the Hotel breaking windows, shredding curtains and
damaging the interior - bottles of spirit were untouched but the shock killed Polly 2 weeks later.
It was said a direct hit on the railway would have wiped out the village.  Annie married Mr Purley."

Bedgreave document (on Hilda Glover and John Ward) :
"Hilda Glover married John Ward a joiner at the 'Salt house' making ammonium sulphate
for export during 1914-18 war.  He was an athlete and footballer who lived with relatives
in Woodhouse.  There is a road named after him."

Hilda's mother was Mary Fairburn <57> who died in 1941.
Father was Williamson Glover <56>, who lived 1861 to 1933.

1837online.com births search for Hilda Glover (23/10/2003) :
[born 1886 according to Bedgreave document, and aged 4 in 1891 according to 1891 census]
Mar 1885  GLO/1  --
Jun 1885  GLO/1  --
Sep 1885  GLO/2  --
Dec 1885  GLO/1  --
Mar 1886  GLO/2  GLOVER, Hilda Maude, King's N., 6c/467
Jun 1886  GLO/2  GLOVER, Hilda, Prescot, 8b/733
                 GLOVER, Hilda, Rotherham, 9c/596 ********************
Sep 1886  GLO/2  --
Dec 1886  GLO/2  --
Mar 1887  GLO/1  GLOVER, Hilda, Chorlton, 8c/868 {had to disable firewall}
Jun 1887  GLO/1  GLOVER, Hilda Kate, Newent, 6a/274
Sep 1887  GLO/1  --
Dec 1887  GLO/1  --

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Jun 1886
  Name:    Hilda Glover
  Mothers maiden name: ???
  District: Rotherham
  Vol/Page: 9c/596
  Researched: 23/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 27/10/2003.  Received 05/11/2003.

1837online.com births search for Annie Glover (23/10/2003) :
[you know from the 1891 census she was 10 months old in approx. April 1891, and must thus have been born approx. June-July 1890]
Jun 1890  GLO/1  GLOVER, Annie, 'Bradford, Y'., 9b/251
                 GLOVER, Annie, Rotherham, 9c/576 ********************
                 GLOVER, Annie May, Prescot, 8b/768
Sep 1890  GLO/1  GLOVER, Ann, Barnsley, 9c/250
                 GLOVER, Ann, Wigan, 8c/157
                 GLOVER, Annie Kate, Romesy (Romery?), 2c/78

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Jun 1890
  Name:    Annie Glover
  Mothers maiden name: ???
  District: Rotherham
  Vol/Page: 9c/576
  Researched: 23/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 27/10/2003.  Received 06/11/2003.

Annie Glovers <<44>> birth certificate:
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  REGISTRATION DISTRICT  Rotherham
  1890 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Beighton in the Counties of Derby and York
  No.  When/Where Born          Name          Sex   Father        Mother             Fathers Occupation   Informant           When Reg.       Registar
  5    Eighteenth May 1890      Annie         Girl  Williamson    Mary Glover        Miller               Williamson Glover   Twenty Eighth   Thomas South
       Manvers Road, Beighton                       Glover        formerly Fairburn  (Journeyman)         Father              June 1890       Registar
       Beighton  Derby                                                                                    Manvers Road
                                                                                                          Beighton
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1837online.com deaths search for Francis Williamson Glover (23/10/2003) :
Mar 1918  GLO/2/1  GLOVER, Frances, age 0 {zero}, Mansfield, 7b/164
Jun 1918  GLO/1    GLOVER, Francis W., age 21, Chester, 8a/434  ?????????????????????
Sep 1918  GLO/1    GLOVER, Frances M. (W? N?), age 16, Leicester, 7a/195
Dec 1918  GLO/1    GLOVER, Frances W. (N?), age 25, Prescot, 8b{6b?)/1390

GRO death index:
  Quarter: Jun 1918
  Name:    Francis W. Glover
  Age/DOB: 21
  District: Chester
  Vol/Page: 8a/434
  Researched: 23/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 27/10/2003.  Received 05/11/2003.

1837online.com marriages search for Hilda Glover <44> and John Ward <45> (25/10/2003) :
[assumed to be between 1900-1910 for purposes of this search]
Mar 1900  GLO/1    --
Jun 1900  GLO/1    --
Sep 1900  GLO/1    --
Dec 1900  GLO/2    --
Mar 1901  GLO/2    --
Jun 1901  GLO/1    --
Sep 1901  GLO/1    -- {{had to disable firewall}}
Dec 1901  GLO/1    --
Mar 1902  GLO/1    --
Jun 1902  GLO/1    --
Sep 1902  GLO/1    --
Dec 1902  GLO/1    --
Mar 1903  GLO/1    --
Jun 1903  GLO/1    --
Sep 1903  GLO/2    --
Dec 1903  GLO/1    --
Mar 1904  GLO/1    --
Jun 1904  GLO/1    Hilda Kate Glover, Newent, 6a/637
Sep 1904  GLO/1&2  --
Dec 1904  GLO/1    --
Mar 1905  GLO/1    --
Jun 1905  GLO/1    --
Sep 1905  GLO/1    Hilda Marion Glover, Dewsbury, 9b/1299
Dec 1905  GLO/1    --
Mar 1906  GLO/1    --
Jun 1906  GLO/1    --
Sep 1906  GLO/1    --
Dec 1906  GLO/1    --
Mar 1907  GLO/1    --
Jun 1907  GLO/1&2  --
Sep 1907  GLO/1    --
Dec 1907  GLO/1    --
Mar 1908  GLO/1    --
Jun 1908  GLO/1&2  --
Sep 1908  GLO/1    --
Dec 1908  GLO/1&2  --
Mar 1909  GLO/1    --
Jun 1909  GLO/1    --
Sep 1909  GLO/1    --
Dec 1909  GLO/1    --
Mar 1910  GLO/1&2  --
Jun 1910  GLO/1    --
Sep 1910  GLO/1    --
Dec 1910  GLO/1&2  --


--
From Christine (11/04/2004) :
Marriage
  19/04/1908, Beighton
  John Ward ; Father: Arthur Ward (pig dealer)
  Hilda Glover ; resident in Beighton ; Father: Williamson Glover (collier)
  Witnesses: Annie Glover, Williamson Glover
--

1901 census:
----
  PRO Reference	Schedule Number:
    RG Number   Series   Piece  Folio  Page
    RG13        3259     100    38     180
  Address	 High St
  Civil Parish	Beighton
  Rural District	--
  Town or Village or Hamlet	Beighton
  Parliamentary Borough or Division	North Eastern
  Ecclesiastical Parish	Beighton
  Administrative County	Derby
  County Borough, Municipal Borough or Urban District	--
  Ward of Municipal Borough or Urban District	--
  --
  William Glover
    Relation to Head of Family	Head
    Condition as to Marriage	M
    Age Last Birthday	39
    Sex	M
    Profession or Occupation	Coal Miner Filler
    Employment Status	Worker
    Where Born	Derbys Brampton
    Language	--
    Infirmity	--
  --
  Mary Glover
    Relation to Head of Family	Wife
    Condition as to Marriage	M
    Age Last Birthday	35
    Sex	 F
    Profession or Occupation	Dressmaker
    Employment Status	Own Account working at home
    Where Born	Yorks Woodhouse
    Language	--
    Infirmity	--
  --
  Hilda Glover
    Relation to Head of Family	Daughter
    Condition as to Marriage	--
    Age Last Birthday	14
    Sex	 F
    Profession or Occupation	School
    Employment Status	Undefined
    Where Born	Derby Beighton
    Language	--
    Infirmity	--
  --
  Annie Glover
    Relation to Head of Family	Daughter
    Condition as to Marriage	--
    Age Last Birthday	10
    Sex	 F
    Profession or Occupation	School
    Employment Status	Undefined
    Where Born	Derby Beighton
    Language	--
    Infirmity	--
  --
  Francis W Glover
    Relation to Head of Family	Son
    Condition as to Marriage	--
    Age Last Birthday	2
    Sex	 M
    Profession or Occupation	--
    Employment Status	Undefined
    Where Born	Derby Beighton
    Language	--
    Infirmity	--
----

1911 Census - Williamson Glover (1828) and Mary (Polly), with son Francis
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN21131 RG78PN1259 RD438 SD4 ED1 SN240
Schedule Number: 240
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Derbyshire
District: Chesterfield
Subdistrict: Eckington
Enumeration District: 1
Parish: Beighton
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace         Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~   Born   ~    ~
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 Williamson Glover    Head         M   49  Married           5   3   2   Publican George & Dragon Inn                                   Brampton Derbys    c1862  <56>
 Mary Glover          Wife         F   45  Married   25                                                                                 Woodhouse Derbys   c1866  Mary Fairburn <57>
 Francis W Glover     Son          M   12                                School                                                         Beighton Derbys    c1899  <<44>>
 Phoebe Hall          Servant      F   17  Single                        General Servant Domestic                                       Woodhouse Derbys   c1894
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    Number of Rooms 8
    Signature       (sig) Williamson Glover
    Postal Address  George & Dragon, Beighton, Sheffield
---------------------------------------------------------

---
Records from Commonwelath War Graves Commission on Francis Williamson Glover:

Name: GLOVER, FRANCIS WILLIAMSON
Initials: F W
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Private
Regiment/Service: East Yorkshire Regiment
Unit Text: 1st Bn.
Age: 19
Date of Death: 23/10/1918
Service No: 39356
Additional information: Son of Williamson and Mary Glover, of The George and Dragon, Beighton, Sheffield.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: I. C. 12.
Cemetery: AWOINGT BRITISH CEMETERY

"In Memory of
Private FRANCIS WILLIAMSON GLOVER

39356, 1st Bn., East Yorkshire Regiment
who died age 19
on 23 October 1918
Son of Williamson and Mary Glover, of The George and Dragon, Beighton, Sheffield.
Remembered with honour
AWOINGT BRITISH CEMETERY

Commemorated in perpetuity by
the Commonwealth War Graves Commission"

Cemetery Details
Cemetery: AWOINGT BRITISH CEMETERY
Country: France
Locality: Nord
Location Information: Awoingt is a village some 3 kilometres east-south-east of Cambrai and a little south of the main straight road, the N43, from Cambrai to Le Cateau. Travel along the N43 to the roundabout at the junction of this road and the D157. At this junction is the first sign for the Cemetery. Turn right along the D157 and travel approximately 300 metres then turn left along a narrow road. The Cemetery lies 125 metres along this road on the left.
Historical Information: Awoingt British Cemetery was begun in the latter half of October 1918 and used until the middle of December; the village had been captured on 9/10 October. By 28 October, the 38th, 45th and 59th Casualty Clearing Stations were posted in the neighbourhood, and the great majority of the burials were made from those hospitals, but 16 graves in Plot III, Row H, and Plot V, were brought in after the Armistice from the country immediately surrounding the village. Awoingt British Cemetery contains 653 Commonwealth burials and commemorations of the First World War, including a special memorial to one casualty whose grave in the cemetery cannot now be found. The cemetery also contains 63 war graves of other nationalities, most of them German.
No. of Identified Casualties: 714
This figure includes Foreign and Non-World War graves in CWGC care

Three days later, on 26/10/1918, died F. Spencer of the same regiment and battalion, also buried in Awoingt.

Name: SPENCER
Initials: F
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Private
Regiment/Service: East Yorkshire Regiment
Unit Text: 1st Bn.
Date of Death: 26/10/1918
Service No: 52156
Additional information: Son of Mr. P. Spencer, of 5, Blue Hill, Bentholme, Bradford, Yorks.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: I. G. 8.
Cemetery: AWOINGT BRITISH CEMETERY

No others of the East Yorkshire Regiment are recorded in the CWGC database as buried in Awoingt.
---

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <45>
Status:   D
Name:     \John Ward\
          Grandpa's father
          Also called _Jack_ [1891C]
Gender:   M
Gen:      -3
Position: 0000
Born:     01/01/1884, 7 Traffic St, Derby
          Aged 6 in 1891, born Derby, where he is recorded as _Jack_ [1891C]
          So was grandpa John <7>, so I think this "ran in the family".
Married:  19/04/1908, Beighton  [cert]
Died:     30/11/1968, 19 High Street, Beighton
          1968, 19 High st, Beighton [Auntie Hilda]
          Funeral was 04/12/1968 [Auntie Hilda]
Partner:  <44>
Child:    <7>
Father:   <90>
Mother:   <91>
Sibling:  \Arthur Ward:c1872\, born c1872, Derby [1881C, 1891C]
             Aged 9 in 1881, born Derby; living at 65 Rivett St, Derby St Peter, Derby [1881C]
             Aged 20 in 1891, single, General Laborer, born Derby; living at 52 Liddals Rd, Derby [1891C]
             Incorrect birth ref: Arthur Ward, Dec 1872, Derby, 7b/454  [FreeBMD, image, cert]
             Possible birth ref:
               Arthur Ward, Mar 1872, Ecclesall, 9c/273  [FreeBMD, image]
             Though Ecclesall (near Sheffield) seems a little far away from Derby!
             Possibly also...
               Births Mar 1873
               Ward  Arthur     Ecclesall  9c 291
               Ward  Arthur     Ecclesall  9c 305
             ...from FreeBMD.
          \Fanny Matilda Ward:1875\, born 05/03/1875, 13 Waterloo Street, Derby [cert]
             Aged 6 in 1881, so born c1865; born Derby; living at 65 Rivett St, Derby St Peter, Derby [1881C]
             Aged 16 in 1891, so born c1875; single, General Servant, born Derby; living at 52 Liddals Rd, Derby [1891C]
             Birth ref: Fanny Ward, Mar 1875, Derby, 7b/511  [FreeBMD, image]
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  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Derby
  1875 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Derby in the County of Derby
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  481  Fifth March 1875               Fanny        Girl   Arthur Ward        Phoebe Ward       Cattle Dealer        P Ward               Twenty Sixth        Caleb Birt
       13 Waterloo Street             Matilda                                formerly Fox                           Mother               March 1875          Cuppleditch
                                                                                                                    13 Waterloo Street                       Registrar
                                                                                                                    Derby
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          \Elizabeth Ward:1877\, born 05/12/1877, 7 Traffic Street, Derby [cert]
             1881 census says she was aged 3 in 1881, so born c1878; born Derby; living at 65 Rivett St, Derby St Peter, Derby [1881C]
             1891 census says she was aged 11 in 1891, so born c1880; born Derby; living at 52 Liddals Rd, Derby [1891C]
             The 1891 data actually calls her _Tilly_, which Auntie Hilda <<7>> confirms was name used for Elizabeth.
             1901 census says she was aged 22 in 1901, so born c1879; born Derbyshire (census says 'Derby'); living at 53 Weymouth St, Leicester formerly St Margaret, Leicestershire; married to Michael Mooney; marked as 'deaf and dumb/blind/lunatic/imbecile'! [1901C]
             This confirms what Hilda <<7>> said about Elizabeth being called 'Mrs Moony'.
             Birth ref: Elizabeth Ward, Mar 1878, Derby, 7b/470  [FreeBMD, image]
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Derby
  1878 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Derby in the County of Derby
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  243  Fifth December 1877            Elizabeth    Girl   Arthur Ward        Phoebe Ward       Butcher              Phoebe Ward          Fifteenth           Caleb Birt
       7 Traffic Street                                                      formerly Fox                           Mother               January 1878        Cuppleditch
                                                                                                                    7 Traffic Street                         Registrar
                                                                                                                    Derby
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             Married \Michael Mooney:c1876\ on 09/03/1896, Leicester [cert]
             Marriage Ref: Michael Mooney, Elizabeth Ward, Mar 1896, Leicester, 7a/364 [found on freebmd, confirmed on image]
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1896 Marriage solumnized at The Register Office in the District of Leicester in the County Borough of Leicester
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  11   Ninth March 1896        Michael Mooney             20 years   Bachelor    Show Clicker   3 Cromwell Street, Leicester        Michael Mooney, deceased   Collier
                               Elizabeth Ward             19 years   Spinster                   3 Cromwell Street, Leicester        Arthur Ward, deceased      Pig Dealer
  Married in the Register Office by Certificate before me (sig) William C. Harris Registrar
  This Marriage                                    in the       Thomas Smith Superindentent Registrar
  was solumnized  (sig) Michael Mooney             Presence   (sig) Arthur Ward
  between us      (sig) Elizabeth Ward             of us      (sig) Susan Luscilla Hutt
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
               Michael was born c1876, Walsall, Staffordshire [1881C,1891C,1901C]
               Michael was 25 in 1901, born c1876, Walsall, Staffordshire; a 'Shoe(?) Clicker Booter'; marked as 'deaf and dumb/blind/lunatic/imbecile'! [1901C]
               Michael was 15 in 1891, born c1876, Walsall, Staffs; a 'Printers Apprentice'; a boarder at 5 Stoughton Street, Leicester (boarding with William Burnham) [1891C]
               Michael was 5 in 1881, born c1876, Walsall; attending school; living with \Michael Moony:c1828\, who is a married 53 year old General Labourer in the same household born in Ireland (his father - confirmed on marriage cert); both are boarding at 94 Lrn(Lower?) Rushall St, Walsall, Staffordshire [1881C]
               Found Michael senior (of 1828) in 1871, 1861, 1851 - details available on request.
               Can't find Michael senior (of 1828) in 1841 - so came to England in the mid 1840's?  In 1851, he and other Mooney's of similar age (his siblings?) are lodging with a large number of other Irish people in Sheffield - possibly this group of Irish people travelled to England together.
               Children:
                 \Arthur James Mooney:c1898\, aged 3 in 1901, born c1898, Leicester, Leicestershire [1901C]
                   Named as 'Arthur J Mooney' in the 1901 census
                   Middle name 'James' [SN]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
                 \Dora Mooney:c1899\ (daughter), aged 2 in 1901, born c1899, Leicester, Leicestershire [1901C]
                 \Martin Mooney:1900\, aged 5 months in March-April 1901 (therefore born in 1900), born 1900, Leicester, Leicestershire [1901C]

               Also present with them in the 1901 census is Michaels sister
                 \Matilda Wardle:c1882\, aged 19 in 1901, born c1882, Derbyshire (census says 'Derby'); 'Hosiery Hand (Cardigan)'; marked as 'deaf and dumb/blind/lunatic/imbecile'! [1901C]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_

Notes:

Recorded on marriage certificate of Kathleen and John (<6> and <7>) as the father of John <7>,
and as a Joiner.

John Wards <7> birth certificate in 1913 says he was born at 85 High Street, Beighton, the
family home of parents John Ward <45> and Hilda Glover <44>.  John Ward senior <45> is
described as a "Joiner (Journeyman)".

John Wards <45> birth certificate:
Birth ref: John Ward, Mar 1884, Derby, 7b/564
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  REGISTRATION DISTRICT DERBY
  1884 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Derby in the Derby
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  352  First January 1884             John         Boy    Arthur Ward        Phoebe Ward       Butcher              Phoebe Ward          Eleventh February   Caleb Bin[___]
       7 Traffic Street                                                      formerly Fox                           Mother               1884                Cup _ Cedri[___]
                                                                                                                    7 Traffic Street
                                                                                                                    Derby
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John Ward <45> and Hilda Glover's <44> marriage certificate - transcribed from scan of the cert given me by Dad <3>
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  1908 Marriage solumnized at St. Mary's Church in the Parish of Beighton in the County of Derby
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  206  April 19th 1908         John Ward                  24         Bachelor    Joiner         Beighton                            Arthur Ward                Pig Dealer
                               Hilda Glover               21         Spinster                   Beighton                            Williamson Glover          Collier
  Married in the Church of St. Mary according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church after banns by me (sig) R. Steward Hare
  This Marriage                                    in the
  was solumnized  (sig) John Ward                  Presence   (sig) Williamson Glover
  between us      (sig) Hilda Glover               of us      (sig) Annie Glover
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

----
Derby
Registration County : Derbyshire.
Created : 1.7.1837.
Sub-districts : Derby; Osmaston; St. Alkmund; St. Peter.
GRO volumes : XIX (1837-51); 7b (1852-1930).
Parishes in Derbyshire (1837-1930):
Darley Abbey, Derby, Litchurch, Little Chester, New Normanton (from 1890), Rowditch (from 1890).
Registers now in Derby district.
----
Ecclesall Bierlow
Registration County : Yorkshire West Riding.
Created : 1.7.1837.
Abolished : 1.4.1935 (succeeded by Sheffield and Chesterfield districts).
Sub-districts : Bramhall; Dore; Ecclesall Bierlow; Ecclesall Central; Ecclesall North; Ecclesall South; Ecclesall West; Nether Hallam; Norton; Sharrow; Upper Hallam.
GRO volumes : XXII (1837-51); 9c (1852-1935).
Township/Parish     County From   To     Notes
Beauchief           DBY    1837   1935
Dore                DBY    1837   1934   after 1934 see Sheffield
Ecclesall           WRY    1904   1934   before 1904 see Ecclesall Bierlow; Heeley; Nether Hallam; Upper Hallam; Norton Within / after 1934 see Sheffield
Ecclesall Bierlow   WRY    1837   1904   after 1904 see Ecclesall
Heeley              WRY    1837   1904   after 1904 see Ecclesall
Nether Hallam       WRY    1837   1904   after 1904 see Ecclesall
Norton              DBY    1837   1934   after 1934 see Sheffield WRY; Coal Aston (in Chesterfield district)
Norton Within       WRY    1901   1904   before 1901 see Beauchief DBY; Norton DBY / after 1904 see Ecclesall
Sheffield (part)    WRY    1934   1935   before 1934 see Ecclesall; Beauchief DBY; Dore DBY; Norton DBY; Totley DBY
Totley              DBY    1837   1934   after 1934 see Sheffield WRY; Holmesfield (in Chesterfield district)
Upper Hallam        WRY    1837   1904   after 1904 see Ecclesall
Registers now in Sheffield district.
----

John Wards <45> death certificate - transcribed from scan of the cert given me by Dad <3>
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  REGISTRATION DISTRICT SHEFFIELD
  1968 DEATH in the Sub-district of SHEFFIELD in the COUNTY BOROUGH OF SHEFFIELD
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex     Age     Occupation             Cause of death              Informant              When reg.           Registrar
  491  Thirtieth November 1968        John Ward    Male    84      Coke and               Ia. Uraemia                 Hilda Ward             Second December
       19 High Street                                      Years   Chemicals Maker         b. Chronic retention       Daughter               1968
                                                                   Maintenance                of urine                Present at the death
                                                                   Joiner (Retired)        c. Carcinoma of prostate   19 High Street
                                                                                          Certified by J.Banner MB    Beighton Sheffield
  I, MICHAEL RIGBY, Registrar of Births and Deaths for the Sub-district of SHEFFIELD, in the COUNTY BOROUGH OF SHEFFIELD,
  do formally certify that this is a true copy of Entry No. 491 in the Register Book of Deaths for the said Sub-district, and that Such Register
  Book is now legally in my custody.
                                    Witness my hand this 2nd day of December, 1968    (sig) M.Rigby   Registrar of Births and Deaths
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Bedgreave document (on Hilda Glover and John Ward) :
"Hilda Glover married John Ward a joiner at the 'Salt house' making ammonium sulphate
for export during 1914-18 war.  He was an athlete and footballer who lived with relatives
in Woodhouse.  There is a road named after him."

I think the road that was aledgedly named after him is John Ward Street, in Woodhouse, South Yorkshire.
It's not far from the River Rother, Woodhouse station, and Woodhouse Mill judging from the map.
It is yet unproven whether it was or was not actually named after him.


Obituary of Hilda Glover <44> in newspaper (newspaper unknown, date unknown) :
  "Born and bred in Beighton, where she was a keen member of the Parish Church,
   Mrs. Hilda Ward (71), of 19, High Street, Beighton, died at her home on
   Wednesday after being an in-patient at Sheffield Hospital. She leaves a
   widower, Mr. John Ward, four sons and three daughters, and six grand-children.
   Mr. Ward has worked as a joiner at Brookhouse Coke Ovens for over 40 years.
   The Vicar of Beighton, the Rev. W. G. Potts, will conduct the funeral service
   at Beighton Parish Church this morning and interment will then take place
   in the church-yard."
[An age of 71 would give her a year of death of about 1957.  John <45> died in 1968, so he would have survived her as a widower.]


--
According to Auntie Hilda <<7>>:
  John <45> was born in Derby
  Lived near Derby station?
  Mother Phoebe Fox <91> (died when he was 2)
  Father Arthur <90> (died when he was 5)
    Went to derby - something to do with pigs - went to Ireland, mugged on the way home
  Phoebe and Arthur wrote a book on Woodhouse
  Brought to Beighton to be brought up by his Aunt Eleanor Ward
  Eleanor's husband was an Undertaker in Beighton
  Had an uncle (brother?) - Bernard Ward?  He married a Russian?
--
More from Auntie Hilda <<7>>:
  Hilda <7> had an Aunt Bessie who died young
  Hilda <7> had an Aunt Tilly (Elizabeth) who lived in Leicester
            and who married (after bessie died)
            They called her "Mrs Moony" (so married a "Mr Moony"?)
  Hilda <7> had an Aunt Fanny who lived at Derby
  Eleanor Ward married George Waller
  (See Arthur Ward <90> for more from Hilda on Bernard)
--

--
From Christine (11/04/2004) :
Birth
  01/01/1884, 7 Traffic St, Derby
  John Ward
  district of Derby
  Father: Arthur Ward, butcher
  Mother: Phoebe Fox
Marriage
  19/04/1908, Beighton
  John Ward ; Father: Arthur Ward (pig dealer)
  Hilda Glover ; resident in Beighton ; Father: Williamson Glover (collier)
  Witnesses: Annie Glover, Williamson Glover
Death
  30/11/1968, 19 High Street, Beighton
  Occupation: "Coke and chemical maker maintenance and joiner"
--


Hilda <<7>> had said about an Eleanor Ward:
  ---
  John <45> lived with his aunt Eleanor Ward after Phoebe <91> died when John <45> was 2 years old. [Hilda <<7>>]
  Lived in Beighton. [Hilda <<7>>]
  Married George Waller, an undertaker and joiner in Beighton [Hilda <<7>>]
  ---
John, it seems did indeed live with George Waller <<68>>, but George was married to Charlotte Ward <68>,
not Eleanor, and Charlotte was not Johns <45> literal 'aunt' but seems to have been Arthurs <90> cousin.


In 1912, Bernard Ward <<90>> wrote a letter (on paper headed "Bernard Ward", "BERNARD WARD, HOG SALESMAN, 26, CHARNWOOD STREET, DERBY.")
dated 12/06/1912 to 'Jack' (actually John <45>).

It contains a statement that 'Jack' is married, and an implication that 'Jack' has a nine month old daughter:
    "glad to hear that you are happily married + comfortable.
     she is a bonny girl of nine months.  should think you are both proud of her"

It refers to an 'Arthur', probably 'Jacks' *brother* (Arthur <<45>>), and _not_ his father.
Implication Arthur worked for Bernard <<90>> before the letter was written
     "I am sorry to tell you Arthur has not worked for us some time now."
Implication Arthur was married: "his wife" ie. Arthurs wife
    "I understand his wife was very respectable but the last I heard about her
     was not much good, I don't know if Arthurs conduct has altered her it may have"
    "he has been in jail I think twice in Leicester + whilst he was in I sent his wife 10/ per week"
Arthur was in an accident when young.
    "you know when a boy he was nearly killed crushed to pulp + his brain could be
     seen through his skull, he was practtically first[?] some as if he had been
     through a trample, he know this + still takes drink ..."
Arthur lived in Leicester and Derby, and was frequently drunk (and jailed)
    "[Arthur] is alright if he left drink alone
     ...
     I tried Arthur here + he had a season ticket to Leicester
     but he kept getting drunk, he ____ abt £11 for 2 pigs[?] got drunk assaulted
     ticket collector (of[at?] Derby) was fined + lost the money ___ (I think) 3/10/0
     he was very sorry I[+?] promised most faithfully not to take any drink[?] but
     be strict T.T. I heard of him in Leicester ten days after being very drunk
     but kept him on some months hoping he would alter until I
     found him helpless in one of the pig places could not get on his legs,
     so I finished with him he has been in jail I think twice in Leicester +
     whilst he was in I sent his wife 10/ per week, he looked very bad[?] when
     he came out+ I assisted him a little + only a fortnight since my son from
     Canada wanted us to take him on again but eldest son said he would
     not have it again, + last wed I heard he is in jail again for throwing ___
     of water over his mother in law, so he must have started drinking again,
     Its a great pity he should never take a drop
     ...
     still takes drink, it sends him mad
     ...
     I should not send [money] to Arthur to be spent in drink
     ...
     I should not send Arthur of your hard
     earned money, but if you could get him work away from Leicester
     or Derby + keep him T T [?] it might be his last chance, when he left Derby
     I thought he was leaving bad company but he got worse once in Leicester a lot
     of getting welshers[?] no good to himself[?] or anyone he would be best ___
     away from them, he is weak + easily led"

It also mentions "Mrs Waller"
    "PS. I did not know where Pasbly[?] was should think he will be alright building
     at Aston remember me to Mrs Waller."
This is probably Charlotte Ward who married George Waller.
For a while I had thought John Ward (Bernards nephew) had lived with 'aunt' Eleanor and George Waller,
in which case calling her 'Mrs Waller' and not 'Eleanor' seemed strange.
Charlotte Ward is in fact a more distant member of the Ward clan (if related at all)
and so calling her 'Mrs Waller' makes more sense.


Phoebe <91> and Arthur <90> in 1881 :
Household:
 Name            Relation  M.Status  Gender   Age  Birthplace             Occupation     Disability
 Arthur WARD     Head      M         Male     30   Woodhouse Sheffield    Cattle Dealer
 Pheobe WARD     Wife      M         Female   29   Derby
 Arthur WARD     Son                 Male     9    Derby                  Scholar
 Fanny WARD      Son                 Female   6    Derby                  Scholar
 Elizabeth WARD  Daur                Female   3    Derby
 Eliza BAKER     Neice               Female   10   Derby                  Scholar
Source Information:
  Dwelling  	65 Rivett St
  Census Place	Derby St Peter, Derby, England
  Family History Library Film  	1341811
  Public Records Office Reference  	RG11
  Piece / Folio  	3394 / 39
  Page Number  	25
There is no mention of any matching Phoebe Ward aged approx. 39
in the 1891 census, supporting a view that if John was born
after the 1881 census that Phoebe died before the 10 years was up.

The corresponding census entry for Arthur <90> in 1891 is:
  Civil parish: St Peters
  Municipal borough: Derby
  Municipal ward: Castle
  Urban sanitary district: Derby
  Parliamentary borough or division: Derby
  Eccliastical parish or district: St Peters
  Address: 52 Liddals Rd
  Household:
    Arthur Ward, Head, Wid, 39, Cattle Dealer,         Derby
    Arthur Ward, Son,  S,   20, General Laborer [sic], Derby
    Fanny Ward,  Daur, S,   16, General Servant,       Derby
    Tilly Ward,  Daur,  ,   11, Scholar,               Derby
    Jack Ward,   Son,   ,    6, Scholar,               Derby
It certainly matches the 1881 data closely enough, and is consistent
with Phoebe's <91> death in 1886.  "Jack" is in fact John <45>.
The age information for Elizabeth differs between the 1881 and 1891.

In 1901, this is John <45>, living with George Waller and Charlotte Ward :
  RG13/3259, page 40
  Registration district: Chesterfield
  Sub-registration district: Eckington
  ED, institution, or vessel: 27
  Folio: 101
  Page: 40
  Household schedule number: 192
  Admin County: Derby
  Civil parish: Beighton
  Eccl parish: Beighton
  Rural District: Chesterfield
  Parliamentary Division: N E
  Town/Village/Hamlet: Beighton
  Address: High Street
  Household:
    NAME              REL      M.ST  AGE  OCCUPATION            EMPL/WKR  IF WKG AT HOME   BIRTHPLACE
    George Waller,    Head,    M,    51,  Joiner + Wheelwright, Employer, working at home, Derbys Beighton
    Charlotte Waller, Wife,    M,    51,           ,               ,             ,         Yorks Woodhouse
    Samuel Waller,    Son,     S,    21,  Butcher,              Worker,   working at home, Derbys Beighton
    John Ward,        Boarder, S,    17,  Labourer (General),   Worker,          ,         Derbys Derby
    Frank Waller, Adopted Son, S,    16,  Labourer (General),   Worker,          ,         Derbys Crick
    Jessie Gent,      Serv't,  S,    16,  Domestic Servant,     Worker,          ,         Derbys Beighton


1911 Census - John Ward, Hilda Ward (Hilda Glover), children Mary Ward, Arthur Ward
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN21131 RG78PN1259 RD438 SD4 ED1 SN238
Schedule Number: 238
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Derbyshire
District: Chesterfield
Subdistrict: Eckington
Enumeration District: 1
Parish: Beighton
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 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace            Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~   ~  Born   ~    ~
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 John Ward            Head         M   26  Married   Three   Two Two None   Joiner Builder                            Worker            Derby                 c1885  <45>
 Hilda Ward           Wife         F   24  Married   Three                                                                              Beighton Derbyshire   c1887  Hilda Glover <44>
 Mary Ward            Daughter     F    2 years                                                                                         Beighton Derbyshire   c1909  <<7>>
 Arthur Ward          Son          M    8 mths                                                                                          Beighton Derbyshire   c1910  <<7>>
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    Number of Rooms 4
    Signature       (sig) John Ward
    Postal Address  High Street, Beighton, nr Sheffield
---------------------------------------------------------


Elizabeth Ward <<45>> in 1901 :
  ----------------------------
  Street address: 53 Weymouth St
  Civil parish: Leicester formerly St Margaret
  Ecclesiastical parish: St Mark
  Town: Leicester
  County/Island: Leicestershire
  Country: England

  Source information: RG13/2991
  Registration district: Leicester
  Sub-registration district: North West Leicester
  ED, institution, or vessel: 47
  Folio: 52
  Page: 35
  Household schedule number: 203

  Name                MF  Rel     Age        Profession                      Birthplace                             D/D/B/L/I(@)   EstBYear
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Michael Mooney      M   Head    25         Shoe(?) Clicker Booter          Walsall, Staffordshire, England        *             abt 1876
  Elizabeth Mooney    F   Wife    22                                         Derbyshire, England                    *             abt 1879
  Arthur J Mooney     M   Son      3                                         Leicester, Leicestershire, England                   abt 1898
  Dora Mooney         F   Daur     2                                         Leicester, Leicestershire, England                   abt 1899
  Martin Mooney       M   Son      5 months                                  Leicester, Leicestershire, England                   abt 1900
  Matilda Wardle      F   Sister  19         Hosiery Hand (Cardigan)         Derbyshire, England                    *             abt 1882

  (@ = Deaf/Dumb/Blind/Lunatic/Imbecile)
  ----------------------------

Elizabeth <<45>> and Michael Mooney's marriage in FreeBMD:
  ------------------------
  Marriages Mar 1896
  BACKES  Phillipp Michael    Leicester  7a 364
  Mooney  Michael     Leicester  7a 364
  Ward  Elizabeth     Leicester  7a 364
  Whapples  Alice     Leicester  7a 364
  ------------------------
Confirmed on image.

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <46>
Status:   D
Name:     \George Shillito Philips\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -4
Position: 01110
Born:     c1861, Yorkshire Leeds
Married:  Approx c1886 based on 25 years married in 1911 [1911C]
          Married between 1881 and 1901 - George <46> was unmarried in the 1881 census [1881C],
                                          but he and Mary <47> were married by the 1901 census [1901C].
Died:     ???
Partner:  <47>
Child:    <29>
Father:   <48>
Mother:   <49>
Sibling:  On 03/04/1881:
            \William PHILLIPS:c1862\          Male      18    Leeds, York, England         Brush Maker  (born between 04/04/1862 and 03/04/1863)
            \Albert Edward PHILLIPS:c1864\    Male      16    Leeds, York, England         Wood Carver  (born between 04/04/1864 and 03/04/1865)
            \Mary E PHILLIPS:c1866\           Female    14    Leeds, York, England         Scholar      (born between 04/04/1866 and 03/04/1867)
            \Elizabeth PHILLIPS:c1868\        Female    12    Leeds, York, England         Scholar      (born between 04/04/1868 and 03/04/1869)
            \Benjamin PHILLIPS:c1870\         Male      10    Leeds, York, England         Scholar      (born between 04/04/1870 and 03/04/1871)
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
Notes:

1911 Census - George Shilito Phillips, wife Mary Phillips (nee Mary Stead),
              children Beatrice May Phillips, George William Phillips, aunt Mary D_bson
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN26039 RG78PN1506 RD491 SD5 ED11 SN1
Schedule Number: 1
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Yorkshire West Riding
District: Wharfedale
Subdistrict: Yeadon
Enumeration District: 11
Parish: Guiseley
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace          Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~    Born   ~    ~
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 George Shilito Phillips   Head    M   49  Married   -       -   -   -   Licensed Victualler                        Own account  At Home   Yorks Holbeck    c1862  <46>
 Mary Gertie Phillips      Wife    F   48  Married   25      3   3   -   Assisting in the business                  Own account  At Home   Yorks Holbeck    c1863  Mary Grace Stead <47>
 Beatrice May Phillips   Daughter  F   24  Single    -       -   -   -   Assisting in the business                  Own account  At Home   Yorks Horsforth  c1887  <29>
 George William Phillips   Son     M   20  Single    -       -   -   -   Clerk                     Waste Manufacturer  Worker              Yorks Horsforth  c1891  <<29>>
 Mary D?bson          Aunt         F   76  Widow     -       -   -   -                                                                     Yorks Holbeck    c1835  ????????
 Annie Smith          Servant      F   20  Single    -       -   -   -   General Servant (Domestic)                                        Yorks Morley     c1881
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    Number of Rooms 7
    Signature       (sig) G.S.Phillips
    Postal Address  Station Hotel, Guiseley, Yorks
---------------------------------------------------------
Who is \Mary D_bson:c1835\ - aunt of George?  Is she the sister of father George W Phillips <48> or mother Sarah <49>?


From 1901 online census (on 31/03/1901):
  Beatrice Philips was 14 on 31/03/1901 (so born 1886), born Yorkshire Horsforth
  Father was George Philips, married (in 1901), 39 on 31/03/1901, Licensed Victualler, employment status "nullworking at home", born Yorkshire Leeds
  Mother was Mary G Philips, married (in 1901), 38, born Yorkshire Leeds, no occupation recorded in 1901 census
  Sister: Florence Philips, 13, born Yorkshire Horsforth
  Brother: George Philips, 11, born Yorkshire Horsforth
  Servant: Eliza Taylor, 26, born Yorkshire Leeds
  They lived at the Kings Arms, Horsforth on 31/03/1901
Beatrice married 10 years later, and died a year later following child birth.
PRO Reference: RG Number, Series	RG13, Piece	4059, Folio	79, Page	9, Schedule Number	52

From 1881 online census (taken 03/04/1881):
Household:
 Name                     Relation   Marital Status   Gender    Age   Birthplace                   Occupation                Disability
 George W. PHILLIPS        Head       M                Male      43    Leeds, Gloucester, England   Railway Foreman
 Sarah PHILLIPS            Wife       M                Female    48    Leeds, York, England         Wife
 Geo. Shillito PHILLIPS    Son        U                Male      19    Leeds, York, England         Lithographer Apprentice
 William PHILLIPS          Son                         Male      18    Leeds, York, England         Brush Maker
 Albert Edward PHILLIPS    Son                         Male      16    Leeds, York, England         Wood Carver
 Mary E PHILLIPS           Daur                        Female    14    Leeds, York, England         Scholar
 Elizabeth PHILLIPS        Daur                        Female    12    Leeds, York, England         Scholar
 Benjamin PHILLIPS         Son                         Male      10    Leeds, York, England         Scholar
Source Information:
  Dwelling	13 Emsley Ter
  Census Place	Hunslet, York, England
  Family History Library Film	1342076
  Public Records Office Reference	RG11
  Piece / Folio	4492 / 49
  Page Number	2

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <47>
Status:   D
Name:     \Mary Grace Stead\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -4
Position: 01111
Born:     c1862, Yorkshire Leeds
Married:  Approx c1886 based on 25 years married in 1911 [1911C]
          Married between 1881 and 1901 - husband George <46> was unmarried in the 1881 census [1881C],
                                          but the two were married by the 1901 census [1901C].
Died:     ???
Partner:  <46>
Child:    <29>
Father:   <75> ?
Mother:   <76> ?
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

1911 Census - George Shilito Phillips, wife Mary Phillips (nee Mary Stead),
              children Beatrice May Phillips, George William Phillips, aunt Mary D_bson
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN26039 RG78PN1506 RD491 SD5 ED11 SN1
Schedule Number: 1
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Yorkshire West Riding
District: Wharfedale
Subdistrict: Yeadon
Enumeration District: 11
Parish: Guiseley
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace          Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~    Born   ~    ~
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 George Shilito Phillips   Head    M   49  Married   -       -   -   -   Licensed Victualler                        Own account  At Home   Yorks Holbeck    c1862  <46>
 Mary Gertie Phillips      Wife    F   48  Married   25      3   3   -   Assisting in the business                  Own account  At Home   Yorks Holbeck    c1863  Mary Grace Stead <47>
 Beatrice May Phillips   Daughter  F   24  Single    -       -   -   -   Assisting in the business                  Own account  At Home   Yorks Horsforth  c1887  <29>
 George William Phillips   Son     M   20  Single    -       -   -   -   Clerk                     Waste Manufacturer  Worker              Yorks Horsforth  c1891  <<29>>
 Mary D?bson          Aunt         F   76  Widow     -       -   -   -                                                                     Yorks Holbeck    c1835  ????????
 Annie Smith          Servant      F   20  Single    -       -   -   -   General Servant (Domestic)                                        Yorks Morley     c1881
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    Number of Rooms 7
    Signature       (sig) G.S.Phillips
    Postal Address  Station Hotel, Guiseley, Yorks
---------------------------------------------------------

From 1901 online census:
  Beatrice Philips was 14 on 31/03/1901 (so born 1886), born Yorkshire Horsforth
  Father was George Philips, married (in 1901), 39 on 31/03/1901, Licensed Victualler, employment status "nullworking at home", born Yorkshire Leeds
  Mother was Mary G Philips, married (in 1901), 38, born Yorkshire Leeds, no occupation recorded in 1901 census
  Sister: Florence Philips, 13, born Yorkshire Horsforth
  Brother: George Philips, 11, born Yorkshire Horsforth
  Servant: Eliza Taylor, 26, born Yorkshire Leeds
  They lived at the Kings Arms, Horsforth on 31/03/1901
Beatrice married 10 years later, and died a year later following child birth.

From Greville (07/08/2003):
Interesting information on Beatrice May Phillips -
Born at the Black Bull Inn, Horsforth
Father, George Shillito Phillips, residing at the Inn but occupation is Lithographer
Mother, Mary Grace Phillips, formerly Stead.

VRI gives possible (unconfirmed) Mary Stead:
STEAD, Mary	Christening
	Gender:	Female
	Christening Date:	21 Jul 1861	Recorded in:	Bolton Percy, Yorkshire, England
	Father:	Richard STEAD
	Mother:	Ann
Source:	FHL Film 1068315	Dates:	1854 - 1862
The place of birth does not match the census - but the census may be wrong.
There are many other Mary Steads the VRI gives, but this is the only one circa 1862 (+/- 5 years) in Yorkshire.
If valid, then there would seem to be an elder sibling:
STEAD, Samuel	Christening
	Gender:	Male
	Christening Date:	27 Nov 1859	Recorded in:	Bolton Percy, Yorkshire, England
	Father:	Richard STEAD
	Mother:	Ann
Source:	FHL Film 1068315	Dates:	1854 - 1862
Bolton Percy is closest to York, but in the vicinity of Leeds (which the census gave as the birth place for Mary).

A man called \Benjamin Stead\ was witness to the marriage of Harry Knapton <30> and Beatrice May Phillips <29>.
Is he possibly related to Mary Stead <47> ?

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <48>
Status:   D
Name:     \George W. Phillips\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -5
Position: 011100
Born:     c1837, Leeds, Gloucester, England, between 04/04/1837 and 03/04/1838 (from 1881 census)
Married:  Married by 03/04/1881
Died:     ???
Partner:  <49>
Child:    <46>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

From 1881 online census (taken 03/04/1881):
Household:
 Name                     Relation   Marital Status   Gender    Age   Birthplace                   Occupation                Disability
 George W. PHILLIPS        Head       M                Male      43    Leeds, Gloucester, England   Railway Foreman
 Sarah PHILLIPS            Wife       M                Female    48    Leeds, York, England         Wife
 Geo. Shillito PHILLIPS    Son        U                Male      19    Leeds, York, England         Lithographer Apprentice
 William PHILLIPS          Son                         Male      18    Leeds, York, England         Brush Maker
 Albert Edward PHILLIPS    Son                         Male      16    Leeds, York, England         Wood Carver
 Mary E PHILLIPS           Daur                        Female    14    Leeds, York, England         Scholar
 Elizabeth PHILLIPS        Daur                        Female    12    Leeds, York, England         Scholar
 Benjamin PHILLIPS         Son                         Male      10    Leeds, York, England         Scholar
Source Information:
  Dwelling	13 Emsley Ter
  Census Place	Hunslet, York, England
  Family History Library Film	1342076
  Public Records Office Reference	RG11
  Piece / Folio	4492 / 49
  Page Number	2

_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <49>
Status:   D
Name:     \Sarah _____\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -5
Position: 011101
Born:     c1832, Leeds, Gloucester, England, between 04/04/1832 and 03/04/1833 (from 1881 census)
Married:  Married by 03/04/1881
Died:     ???
Partner:  <48>
Child:    <46>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

From 1881 online census (taken 03/04/1881):
Household:
 Name                     Relation   Marital Status   Gender    Age   Birthplace                   Occupation                Disability
 George W. PHILLIPS        Head       M                Male      43    Leeds, Gloucester, England   Railway Foreman
 Sarah PHILLIPS            Wife       M                Female    48    Leeds, York, England         Wife
 Geo. Shillito PHILLIPS    Son        U                Male      19    Leeds, York, England         Lithographer Apprentice
 William PHILLIPS          Son                         Male      18    Leeds, York, England         Brush Maker
 Albert Edward PHILLIPS    Son                         Male      16    Leeds, York, England         Wood Carver
 Mary E PHILLIPS           Daur                        Female    14    Leeds, York, England         Scholar
 Elizabeth PHILLIPS        Daur                        Female    12    Leeds, York, England         Scholar
 Benjamin PHILLIPS         Son                         Male      10    Leeds, York, England         Scholar
Source Information:
  Dwelling	13 Emsley Ter
  Census Place	Hunslet, York, England
  Family History Library Film	1342076
  Public Records Office Reference	RG11
  Piece / Folio	4492 / 49
  Page Number	2

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <50>
Status:   D
Name:     \Joseph Hodgkins\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -4
Position: 00100
Born:     c1835, Staffordshire [1851C, 1881C]
          Christened 11 OCT 1835, Saint Chad, Lichfield, Stafford, England  [IGI and confirmed by Fathers name on marriage certificate]
          Born c1836, Lichfield, Staffordshire [1901C]
          Born c1836, Lichfield, Stafford, England [1891C]
          Born c1836, Lichfield, Stafford, England [1881C]
          Born c1836, Staffordshire [according to Halifax 1851 census] [1851C]
Married:  31/05/1862, Ogley Hay, Stafford, England  [IGI records]
          Confirmed on marriage certificate.  Marriage at the Church of St. James in the parish of Ogley Hay, Staffordshire.
          Witnesses were Joseph Shaw and Elizabeth Pooley.
Died:     c1906  [1901C][1911C]
          After 1901 census, and before 1911 census. [1901C][1911C]
          GRO possibles:
            Joseph Hodgkins, Jul-Sep 1907, aged 69, W. Bromwich, 6b/409 - so born c1838 - NOT THIS ONE
            Joseph Hodgkins, Apr-Jun 1908, aged 50, Lichfield, 6b/258 - so born c1858
            Joseph Hodgkins, Jan-Mar 1910, aged 76, Witney, 3a/604 - so born c1834
          The Jul-Sep 1907 one is most likely as it gives him a birth c1838, and is in Staffordshire - but it's not that one.
          The Apr-Jun 1908 is next closest by place (being in Staffordshire), but the Jan-Mar 1910 is next closest by birth date.
Partner:  <51>
Child:    <41>
Father:   <60>
Mother:   <61>
Sibling:  \Arthur Hodgkins:c1838\, age 13 in 1851 (thus born c1838), Mechanic in 1851, born in Sheffield, Yks [1851C]
            Recorded as "Arthour" on the 1851 census, probably in error.
            Christened 30/07/1837, Saint Chad, Lichfield, Stafford, England, parents Benjamin and Maria Hodgkins [IGI]
          \George Hodgkins:c1850\, age 1 in 1851 (thus born c1850), born in Northowram, Yks [1851C]
            Aged 11 in 1861 (thus born c1850), born in Halifax, Yorkshire; living at Bentley Hay, Bentley, Staffordshire [1861]
            Born Jan-Mar 1850, Halifax district (which includes the town of Northowram), volume 22, page 242 [freebmd]
Notes:

GRO marriage index:
  Quarter: Jun 1862
  Grooms Name: Joseph Hodgkins
  Brides Name: Georgiana Lancashire
  District: Lichfield
  Vol/Page: 6b/452
  Researched: 22/08/2003, Harris Library, Preston
  Certificate: Ordered 23/08/2003.  Received 02/09/2003.

Birth certificate of son Henry <41> :
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT  Lichfield
  1867 in the Sub-district of Lichfield in the County of Staffordshire
  No    When/where                      Name    Sex   Father             Mother
  360   Fifth December 1867 Ogley Hay   Henry   Boy   Joseph Hodgkins    Georgiana Hodgkins formerly Lancashire
  Occupation of father   Informant (sig, description, residence)   When reg                       Registrar
  Coal miner             J Hodgkins, Father, Ogley Hay             Twenty Seventh December 1867   Charles Gillard
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Marriage certificate :
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1862.  Church of St James.  Parish of Ogley Hoay, Staffordshire.
  No 76  May 31   Joseph Hodgkins        26   Bachelor   Miner   Ogley Hay    Benjamin Hodgkins   Labourer
                  Georgiana Lancashire   20   Spinster    -      Hammerwich   John Lancashire     Miner
  Married...after Bannes by me, Thomas Jackson
  (sig) Joesph Hodgkins                        in the presence of Joseph Shaw
        The mark of (x) Georgiana Lancashire                      Elizabeth Pooley
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

British Isles Vital Records Index (version 2) :
HODGKINS, Joseph	Age:	26	Marriage
	Wife:	Georgiana LANCASHIRE	Age:	20
	Marriage Date:	31 May 1862	Recorded in:	Ogley Hay, Staffordshire, England
	Husband's Father:	Benjamin HODGKINS
	Wife's Father:	John LANCASHIRE
Source:	FHL Film 1040781	Dates:	1854 - 1876

JOSEPH HODGKINS
  Male
Christening:
  11 OCT 1835
  Saint Chad, Lichfield, Stafford, England
Parents:
  Father: BENJAMIN HODGKINS
  Mother: MARIE
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record.
  The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:  Dates:       Source Call No.:  Type:   Printout Call No.:  Type:
  C039311     1813 - 1864  0435789           Film    0883718             Film
  C039311     1865 - 1877  0435790           Film    NONE
  Sheet: 00
Confirmed as the same Joseph Hodgkins by marriage certificate (with Georgiana <51>) that confirms
his father as Benjamin Hodgkins <60>.

1851 census:

Parish:         Northowram
Borough:        Halifax(?)
Address:        Garden Street

County/Island: Yorkshire
Source information: HO107/2302
Registration district: Halifax
Sub-registration district: Northowram
ED, institution, or vessel: 1b
Folio: 25
Page: 18 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 64
GSU Number: 87511-87512

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age      Occupation   Birthplace                        EstBYear  Individual
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Benjamin Hodgkins      M    Head      Marr  36       Labourer     Needwood Forrest, Staffordshire   abt 1815  Benjamin Hodgkins <60>
Maria Hodgkins         F    Wife      Marr  35                    Staffordshire                     abt 1816  Marie Moore <61>
Joseph Hodgkins        M    Son             15       Spinner      Staffordshire                     abt 1836  Joseph Hodgkins <50>
Arthour Hodgkins       M    Son             13       Mechanic     Sheffield Staffordshire           abt 1838  Arthur Hodgkins <<50>>
George Hodgkins        M    Son              1                    Northamrow Halifax                abt 1850  George Hodgkins <<50>>

1871 census:
Township:           Hammerwich, Staffordshire
Village:            Hammerwich, Staffordshire
Ecclesiastical District: Lichfield, Staffordshire
Address: Watling Street
  Name                 Rel.      M.Status  Age        Occupation               Birthplace
  Joseph Hodgkins      Head      Marr      35         Miner                    Staffordshire Lichfield
  Georgena Hodgkins    Wife      Marr      29                                  Staffordshire Darlaston
  Agnes Hodgkins       Daur                 8         Scholar                  Staffordshire Hammerwich
  Ellen Hodgkins       Daur                 5         Scholar                  Staffordshire Hammerwich
  Henry Hodgkins       Son                  3         Scholar                  Staffordshire Hammerwich
Source information:
  PRO Reference:    RG10/2915
  Registration district:    Lichfield, Staffordshire
  Sub-registration district:    Lichfield, Staffordshire
  ED, institution, or vessel:    21
  Folio:    62
  Page:    20
  Household schedule number:    87

1881 census:
 Name                  Relation   Marital Status   Gender    Age    Birthplace                       Occupation              Disability
 Joseph HODGKINS        Head       M                Male      44     Lichfield, Stafford, England     Coal Miner
 Georgiana HODGKINS     Wife       M                Female    39     Darlaston, Stafford, England
 Henry HODGKINS         Son                         Male      13     Ogley Hay, Stafford, England     Employed In Coal Mine
 Maria HODGKINS         Daur                        Female    8      Hammerwich, Stafford, England    Scholar
 Arthur HODGKINS        Son                         Male      6      Hammerwich, Stafford, England    Scholar
 William HODGKINS       Son                         Male      2      Burntwood, Stafford, England
Source Information:
  Dwelling  	Rugeley Rd
  Census Place	Burntwood Edial & Woodhouses, Stafford, England
  Family History Library Film  	1341664
  Public Records Office Reference  	RG11
  Piece / Folio  	2774 / 64
  Page Number  	26

1891 census:
 Admin County: Stafford
 Civil Parish: Burntwood
 Village: Burntwood
 Rural sanitary district: Lichfield
 Parliamentary borough: Lichfield
 Eccl district: Burntwood
 Address: Planters Plow
 Name                  Relation   Marital Status   Gender  Age    Profession         Birthplace
 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Hodgkin Jos            Head       M                M      55     Coal Miner         Staff Lichfield
 Hodgkin Georgina       Wife       M                F      49                        Staff Darlaston
 Hodgkin Maria          Daur       Single           F      18     Domestic Servant   Staff Hammerwich
 Hodgkin Arthur         Son        Single           M      16     Miner              Staff Hammerwich
 Hodgkin Willm          Son        Single           M      12     Miner              Staff Burntwood
 Hodgkin Albert         Son        Single           M       8     Scholar            Staff Burntwood


1901 census information:
  PRO Reference
  RG Number, Series	RG13
  Piece	2655
  Folio	58
  Page	3
Location:
  Address	22 Rugeley Rd
  Civil Parish	Burntwood
  Town or Village or Hamlet	  Chase Terrace
  Ecclesiastical   Chasetown
  Administrative County  Staffordshire
  Reg District	Lichfield
Joseph Hodgkins, Head, Married, 65, Coal miner hewer, born Lichfield Staffs
Georgina Hodgkins, Wife, Married, 69, born Darlaston Staffs - age 69 probably incorrect as makes her born c1832, not c1842 as already known
Wm Hodgkins, Son, 22, Single, Coal miner haulier, born Chasetown Staffs
Albert Hodgkins, Son, 18, Single, Coal miner horse driver, born Bony Hay Staffs


1911 Census - Albert Hodgkins, wife Elizabeth, and mother Georgi(a)na
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN16870 RG78PN1044 RD367 SD1 ED12 SN60
Schedule Number: 60
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Staffordshire
District: Lichfield
Subdistrict: Lichfield
Enumeration District: 12
Parish: --
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace                             Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~    ~    ~    ~    ~   Born   ~    ~
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Albert Hodgkins      Head         M   28  Married                       Coal Miner, Hewer               Coalmining   Worker            Bony Hay, Chase Town Parish, Staffs    c1883  <<41>>
 Elizabeth Hodgkins   Wife         F   24  Married   <11887<<41>>
 Georgina Hodgkins    Mother       F   69  Widow                                                                                        Darlaston, Staffs                      c1842  Georgiana Lancashire <51>
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Number of Rooms 4
    Signature       (sig) Albert Hodgkins
    Postal Address  Cross St, Chase Terrace, nr Walsall, Staffs
---------------------------------------------------------
Wife Georgiana <51> records herself as a widow, therefore Joseph is dead by 1911.


FreeBMD - search for Joseph Hodgkins died 1901 to 1911 in Staffordshire :
Deaths Jun 1907   Hodgkins	 Joseph	 48	 Wolverhampton	 6b	337    born c1859
Deaths Sep 1907   Hodgkins	 Joseph	 69	 W. Bromwich	 6b	409      born c1838  Confirmed on GRO image
Deaths Dec 1907   Hodgkins	 Joseph	 85	 Walsall	     6b	433      born c1822
Deaths Jun 1908   HODGKINS	 Joseph	 50	 Lichfield	     6b	258    born c1858  Confirmed on GRO image
The district Wolverhampton spans the boundaries of the counties of Shropshire, Staffordshire and West Midlands
The district Walsall is in the county of Staffordshire
The district W. Bromwich is an alternative name for West Bromwich and it spans the boundaries of the counties of Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire
The Sep 1907 entry is more likely as it gives him a birth c1838 (Lichfield 1908 entry gives c1858).

FreeBMD - search for Joseph Hodgkins died 1901 to 1911 (other counties) :
Deaths Jun 1901   Hodgkins	 Joseph	 55	 W. Derby	 8b	217          born c1846
Deaths Dec 1901   Hodgkins	 Joseph	 60	 Chipping Norton	 3a	557  born c1841
Deaths Sep 1909   HODGKINS	 Joseph	 77	 Coventry	 6d	235          born c1832
Deaths Mar 1910   HODGKINS	 Joseph	 76	 Witney	 3a	604            born c1834  Confirmed on GRO image
The district Chipping Norton spans the boundaries of the counties of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Warwickshire
The district Coventry spans the boundaries of the counties of Warwickshire and West Midlands
The district Witney spans the boundaries of the counties of Berkshire, Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire


--
George Hodgkins <<50>> in 1861 census:

Civil parish: Bentley
County/Island: Staffordshire
Country: England
Street address: Bentley Hay
Registration district: Walsall
Sub-registration district: Darlaston
ED, institution, or vessel: 15
Household schedule number: 52

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age      Occupation            Birthplace                        EstBYear  Individual
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Benjamin Hodgkins      M     Head     Mar   46       Lab. Blast Furnace    Not Known                         abt 1815  Benjamin Hodgkins <60>
Maria Hodgkins         F     Wife     Mar   50                             Staffordshire Aldrugh             abt 1816  Marie Moore <61>
George Hodgkins        M     Son      Un    11                             Yorkshire Halifax                 abt 1850  George Hodgkins <<50>>
--


Georgiana <51>'s maiden name appeared to be Laucask (or similar), as given by fragment of Henry Hodgkins <41> birth certificate.
No luck was found locating Georgiana by that maiden name.
Ordered Henry Hodgkins <41> full birth certificate, and Georgiana's maiden name is actually Lancashire.
A search on the internet (FamilySearch website) then quickly gave a marriage date of 31/05/1862 in Ogley Hay, Stafford, England
JOSEPH HODGKINS
Marriages:
  Spouse:  GEORGIANA LANCASHIRE
  Marriage:  31 MAY 1862   Ogley Hay, Stafford, England
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:       Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 M167301     1854 - 1876  1040781           Film   NONE
 Sheet:
Items 4-5 Parish registers, 1849-1900  Church of England. Parish Church of Ogley-Hay
Title Parish registers, 1849-1900
  Authors Church of England. Parish Church of Ogley-Hay (Main Author)
  Ogley-Hays was a chapelry and parish in the urban district of Brownhills. Ogley-Hay became a parish in 1857.
  Microfilm of original records in the Staffordshire County Record Office.
  The chapelry of Ogley-Hay includes parts of the parishes of St. Michael, Shenstone, Walsall, and Norton-under-Cannock.
  Staffordshire Record Office no.: D1259/1/8-10, 15-16.
Subjects  England, Stafford, Ogley-Hay - Church records
England, Stafford, Brownhills - Church records
  Format  Manuscript (On Film)
  Language  English
  Publication  Salt Lake City : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1980, 1987
  Physical  on 2 microfilm reels ; 35 and 16 mm.

Joseph Hodgkins <50> is indicated as a Coal Miner on Henry Hodgkins <41> birth certificate.
He and Georgiana lived in Ogley Hay at the time of registration (27/12/1867).

Marriage certificate (with Georgiana Lancashire <51>) indicates he lived (age 26) in Ogley Hay on 31/05/1862,
and was a Miner.  It states his father was Benjamin Hodgkins, a Labourer.
It also confirms the christening record above is relevant.

www.familyhistoryonline.net (03/05/2004) - Halifax 1851 Census :
  Township Northowram Address 7 Garden Street Name Hodgkins Benjamin Status M Rel Head gender Male Age 36 Occupation Labourer Place of Birth Needwood Forrest County Sts deaf – Piece 2302 ED 1b Folio 25
  4. Township Northowram Address 7 Garden Street Name Hodgkins Benjamin Status M Rel Head gender Male Age 36 Occupation Labourer Place of Birth Needwood Forrest County Sts deaf – Piece 2302 ED 1b Folio 25
  1. Township Northowram Address 7 Garden Street Name Hodgkins Maria Status M Rel Wife gender Female Age 35 Occupation – Place of Birth – County Sts deaf – Piece 2302 ED 1b Folio 25
  5. Township Northowram Address 7 Garden Street Name Hodgkins Joseph Status – Rel Son gender Male Age 15 Occupation Spinner Place of Birth – County Sts deaf – Piece 2302 ED 1b Folio 25
  3. Township Northowram Address 7 Garden Street Name Hodgkins Arthour Status – Rel Son gender Male Age 13 Occupation Mechanic Place of Birth Sheffield County (Sts) deaf – Piece 2302 ED 1b Folio 25
  2. Township Northowram Address 7 Garden Street Name Hodgkins George Status – Rel Son gender Male Age 1 Occupation – Place of Birth Northowram County Yks deaf – Piece 2302 ED 1b Folio 25
  Amount paid £0.09 Five in Schedule (price £0.36)

ARTHUR HODGKINS
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  30 JUL 1837   Saint Chad, Lichfield, Stafford, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  BENJAMIN HODGKINS
  Mother:  MARIA
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the
record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth
or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C039311  1813 - 1864  0435789   Film  0883718   Film
 C039311  1865 - 1877  0435790   Film  NONE
 Sheet: 00

GRO birth index of George Hodgkins <<50>>:
  Quarter: Mar 1850
  Name:    George Hodgkins <<50>>
  District: Halifax
  Vol/Page: 22/242
  Researched: 06/05/2004, www.freebmd.org.uk
  Certificate: Not ordered.

Halifax
Created 1st July 1837.
Sub-districts : Brighouse; Elland; Halifax; Halifax North; Halifax South;
  Luddenden; Northowram; Ovenden; Rastrick; Ripponden; Southowram; Sowerby
GRO volumes : XXII (1837-51); 9a (1852-1930).
Barkisland, Brighouse, Clifton, Elland, Fixny, Greetland, Halifax,
Hartshead,
  Hipperholme, Luddenden Foot, Midgley, Norland, Northowram, Norwood Green
  and Coley, Ovenden, Queensbury, Rastrick, Rishworth, Shelf, Skircoat,
  Southowram, Sowerby, Sowerby Bridge, Soyland, Stainland with Old Lindley,
  Upper Greetland, Warley.
Registers now divided between Calderdale, Dewsbury and Huddersfield
districts.

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <51>
Status:   D
Name:     \Georgiana Lancashire\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -4
Position: 00101
Born:     c1842, Darlaston, Staffordshire
          c1842, Darlaston, Staffordshire [1851C]
          c1844, Darlaston, Staffordshire [1861C]
          c1841, Darlaston, Staffordshire [1881C]
          c1842, Darlaston, Staffordshire [1891C]
          c1832, Darlaston, Staffordshire [1901C] - age 69 probably incorrect
          c1842, Darlaston, Staffordshire - stated to be a widow [1911C]
Married:  31/05/1862, Ogley Hay, Stafford, England  [IGI records]
          Confirmed on marriage certificate.  Marriage at the Church of St. James in the parish of Ogley Hay, Staffordshire.
          Witnesses were Joseph Shaw and Elizabeth Pooley.
Died:     ???
Partner:  <50>
Child:    <41>
Father:   <62>
Mother:   <63>
Sibling:  \Charlotte Lancashire:c1846\
            In 1851: Aged 5 (so born c1846), born Swannington, Leicestershire; Either blind or deaf/dumb; Living in Catshill, Staffordshire [1851C]
            In 1861: Aged 16 (so born c1845), born Smitstone, Leicestershire; Living in Rugeley Road, Burntwood, Staffordshire [1861C]
          \Sarah Lancashire:c1847\
            In 1851: Aged 4 (so born c1847), born Bilston, Staffordshire; Living in Catshill, Staffordshire [1851C]
            In 1861: Aged 14 (so born c1847), born Bitston, Staffordshire; Living in Rugeley Road, Burntwood, Staffordshire [1861C]
          \Mary Ann Lancashire:c1850\
            In 1851: Aged 1 (so born c1850), born Willenhall, Staffordshire; Living in Catshill, Staffordshire [1851C]
            In 1861: Aged 12 (so born c1849), born Willenhall, Staffordshire; attending school; Living in Rugeley Road, Burntwood, Staffordshire [1861C]
          \William Lancashire:c1850\
            In 1851: Aged 5 months (so born c1850-c1851), born Stonnall, Staffordshire; Living in Catshill, Staffordshire [1851C]
            In 1861: Aged 10 (so born c1851), born Brown Hill, Staffordshire; Coal Miner; Living in Rugeley Road, Burntwood, Staffordshire [1861C]
          \Ellen Lancashire:c1854\
            In 1861: Aged 7 (so born c1854), born Brown Hill, Staffordshire; attending school; Living in Rugeley Road, Burntwood, Staffordshire [1861C]
            In 1871: Aged 17 (so born c1854), born Brownhill, Staffordshire; Living at 16 Eastwood View, Rotherham, Yorkshire [1871C]
          \John Lancashire:c1856\
            In 1861: Aged 5 (so born c1856), born Brown Hill, Staffordshire; Living in Rugeley Road, Burntwood, Staffordshire [1861C]
            In 1871: Aged 15 (so born c1856), born Brownhill, Staffordshire; Living at 16 Eastwood View, Rotherham, Yorkshire [1871C]
          \Mariah Lancashire:c1858\
            In 1861: Aged 3 (so born c1858), born Brown Hill, Staffordshire; Living in Rugeley Road, Burntwood, Staffordshire [1861C]
          \Caroline Lancashire:c1860\
            In 1861: Aged 11 months (so born c1860), born Brown Hill, Staffordshire; Living in Rugeley Road, Burntwood, Staffordshire [1861C]
            In 1871: Aged 9 (so born c1862), born Brownhill, Staffordshire; Living at 16 Eastwood View, Rotherham, Yorkshire [1871C]
Notes:

GRO marriage index:
  Quarter: Jun 1862
  Grooms Name: Joseph Hodgkins
  Brides Name: Georgiana Lancashire
  District: Lichfield
  Vol/Page: 6b/452
  Researched: 22/08/2003, Harris Library, Preston
  Certificate: Ordered 23/08/2003.  Received 02/09/2003.

Marriage certificate :
  1862.  Church of St James.  Parish of Ogley Hoay, Staffordshire.
  No 76  May 31   Joseph Hodgkins        26   Bachelor   Miner   Ogley Hay    Benjamin Hodgkins   Labourer
                  Georgiana Lancashire   20   Spinster    -      Hammerwich   John Lancashire     Miner
  Married...after Bannes by me, Thomas Jackson
  (sig) Joesph Hodgkins                        in the presence of Joseph Shaw
        The mark of (x) Georgiana Lancashire                      Elizabeth Pooley

British Isles Vital Records Index (version 2) :
HODGKINS, Joseph	Age:	26	Marriage
	Wife:	Georgiana LANCASHIRE	Age:	20
	Marriage Date:	31 May 1862	Recorded in:	Ogley Hay, Staffordshire, England
	Husband's Father:	Benjamin HODGKINS
	Wife's Father:	John LANCASHIRE
Source:	FHL Film 1040781	Dates:	1854 - 1876

1851 census:

Parish:         Shenstone  (apparently in Staffordshire, but the county is not on the image)
Eccl District:  Stonnall
Village:        Catshill
Address:        Catshill

County/Island: Staffordshire
Source information: HO107/2014
Registration district: Lichfield
Sub-registration district: Lichfield
ED, institution, or vessel: 9d
Folio: 139
Page: 27 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 99
GSU Number: 87417

Name                   MF   Relation  Mar  Age      Occupation   Birthplace                   Blind/Deaf-and-Dumb    EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Lancashire        M    Head      Mar  29       Collier(?)   Derby Denby                  Y                      abt 1822  John Lancashire <62>
Charlotte Lancashire   F    Wife      Mar  27                    Derby Newhall                Y                      abt 1824  Charlotte ? <63>
Georgiana Lancashire   F    Daur            9                    Stafford Darlaston                                  abt 1842  Georgiana Lancashire <51>
Charlotte Lancashire   F    Daur            5                    Leicester Swannington        Y                      abt 1846
Sarah Lancashire       F    Daur            4                    Stafford Bilston                                    abt 1847
Mary Ann Lancashire    F    Daur            1                    Stafford Willenhall                                 abt 1850
William Lancashire     M    Son             5 mths               Stafford Stonnall                                   abt 1850
Henry N K              M    Lodger    U    22       Miner        Derby Denby                  Y                      abt 1829

1861 census:

Parish: Burntwood Edial and Woodhouses
Ecclesiastical parish: Burntwood Christchurch
County/Island: Staffordshire
Country: England
Hamlet: Burntwood
Street Address: Rugeley Road

Source information: RG9/1973
Registration district: Lichfield
Sub-registration district: Lichfield
ED, institution, or vessel: 13
Folio: 81
Page: 25
Household schedule number: 156
GSU Number: 542896

Name                   MF   Relation  Mar  Age      Occupation   Birthplace                       EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Lancashire        M    Head      Mar  40       Coal Miner   Derbysh Derby (should be Denby)  abt 1821  John Lancashire <62>
Charlotte Lancashire   F    Wife      Mar  38                    Derbysh Newhall                  abt 1823  Charlotte ? <63>
Georgina Lancashire    F    Daur      Unm  17                    Staffordsh Darlaston             abt 1844  Georgiana Lancashire <51>
Charlotte Lancashire   F    Daur      Unm  16                    Leicestersh Smitstone            abt 1845
Sarah Lancashire       F    Daur           14                    Staffordsh Bitston               abt 1847
Mary Ann Lancashire    F    Daur           12       Scholar      Staffordsh Willenhall            abt 1849
William Lancashire     M    Son            10       Coal Miner   Staffordsh Brown Hill            abt 1851
Ellen Lancashire       F    Daur            7       Scholar      Staffordsh Brown Hill            abt 1854
John Lancashire        M    Son             5                    Staffordsh Brown Hill            abt 1856
Mariah Lancashire      F    Daur            3                    Staffordsh Brown Hill            abt 1858
Caroline Lancashire    F    Daur           11 months             Staffordsh Brown Hill            abt 1860
William Lancashire     M    Father    Mar  72       Coal Miner   Derbysh Derby (Denby?)           abt 1789  William Lancashire <64>

1871 census:
Township:           Hammerwich, Staffordshire
Village:            Hammerwich, Staffordshire
Ecclesiastical District: Lichfield, Staffordshire
Address: Watling Street
  Name                 Rel.      M.Status  Age        Occupation               Birthplace
  Joseph Hodgkins      Head      Marr      35         Miner                    Staffordshire Lichfield
  Georgena Hodgkins    Wife      Marr      29                                  Staffordshire Darlaston
  Agnes Hodgkins       Daur                 8         Scholar                  Staffordshire Hammerwich
  Ellen Hodgkins       Daur                 5         Scholar                  Staffordshire Hammerwich
  Henry Hodgkins       Son                  3         Scholar                  Staffordshire Hammerwich
Source information:
  PRO Reference:    RG10/2915
  Registration district:    Lichfield, Staffordshire
  Sub-registration district:    Lichfield, Staffordshire
  ED, institution, or vessel:    21
  Folio:    62
  Page:    20
  Household schedule number:    87

1881 census:
 Name                  Relation   Marital Status   Gender    Age    Birthplace                       Occupation              Disability
 Joseph HODGKINS        Head       M                Male      44     Lichfield, Stafford, England     Coal Miner
 Georgiana HODGKINS     Wife       M                Female    39     Darlaston, Stafford, England
 Henry HODGKINS         Son                         Male      13     Ogley Hay, Stafford, England     Employed In Coal Mine
 Maria HODGKINS         Daur                        Female    8      Hammerwich, Stafford, England    Scholar
 Arthur HODGKINS        Son                         Male      6      Hammerwich, Stafford, England    Scholar
 William HODGKINS       Son                         Male      2      Burntwood, Stafford, England
Source Information:
  Dwelling  	Rugeley Rd
  Census Place	Burntwood Edial & Woodhouses, Stafford, England
  Family History Library Film  	1341664
  Public Records Office Reference  	RG11
  Piece / Folio  	2774 / 64
  Page Number  	26

1891 census:
 Admin County: Stafford
 Civil Parish: Burntwood
 Village: Burntwood
 Rural sanitary district: Lichfield
 Parliamentary borough: Lichfield
 Eccl district: Burntwood
 Address: Planters Plow
 Name                  Relation   Marital Status   Gender  Age    Profession         Birthplace
 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Hodgkin Jos            Head       M                M      55     Coal Miner         Staff Lichfield
 Hodgkin Georgina       Wife       M                F      49                        Staff Darlaston
 Hodgkin Maria          Daur       Single           F      18     Domestic Servant   Staff Hammerwich
 Hodgkin Arthur         Son        Single           M      16     Miner              Staff Hammerwich
 Hodgkin Willm          Son        Single           M      12     Miner              Staff Burntwood
 Hodgkin Albert         Son        Single           M       8     Scholar            Staff Burntwood

1901 census information:
  PRO Reference
  RG Number, Series	RG13
  Piece	2655
  Folio	58
  Page	3
Location:
  Address	22 Rugeley Rd
  Civil Parish	Burntwood
  Town or Village or Hamlet	  Chase Terrace
  Ecclesiastical   Chasetown
  Administrative County  Staffordshire
  Reg District	Lichfield
Joseph Hodgkins, Head, Married, 65, Coal miner hewer, born Lichfield Staffs
Georgina Hodgkins, Wife, Married, 69, born Darlaston Staffs - age 69 probably incorrect as makes her born c1832, not c1842 as already known
Wm Hodgkins, Son, 22, Single, Coal miner haulier, born Chasetown Staffs
Albert Hodgkins, Son, 18, Single, Coal miner horse driver, born Bony Hay Staffs

1911 Census - Albert Hodgkins, wife Elizabeth, and mother Georgi(a)na
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN16870 RG78PN1044 RD367 SD1 ED12 SN60
Schedule Number: 60
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Staffordshire
District: Lichfield
Subdistrict: Lichfield
Enumeration District: 12
Parish: --
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace                             Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~    ~    ~    ~    ~   Born   ~    ~
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Albert Hodgkins      Head         M   28  Married                       Coal Miner, Hewer               Coalmining   Worker            Bony Hay, Chase Town Parish, Staffs    c1883  <<41>>
 Elizabeth Hodgkins   Wife         F   24  Married   <11887<<41>>
 Georgina Hodgkins    Mother       F   69  Widow                                                                                        Darlaston, Staffs                      c1842  Georgiana Lancashire <51>
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Number of Rooms 4
    Signature       (sig) Albert Hodgkins
    Postal Address  Cross St, Chase Terrace, nr Walsall, Staffs
---------------------------------------------------------


Siblings in 1871:

Civil Parish: Rotherham
Ecclesiastical parish: Rotherham
Town: Rotherham
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England
Street address: 16 Eastwood View

Source information: RG10/4704
Registration district: Rotherham
Sub-registration district: Rotherham
ED, institution, or vessel: 14
Folio: 14
Page: 3
Household schedule number: 12
GSU Number: 847242

Name                   MF   Relation  Mar  Age      Occupation   Birthplace             EstBYear  Individual
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Lancashire        M    Head      Widr 50       Miner        Derby Denby            abt 1821  John Lancashire <62>
Ellen Lancashire       F    Daughter  Unm  17                    Stafford Brownhill     abt 1850
John Lancashire        M    Son            15       Miner        Stafford Brownhill     abt 1856
Caroline Lancashire    F    Daughter        9                    Stafford Brownhill     abt 1862



Georgiana <51>'s maiden name appeared to be Laucask (or similar), as given by fragment of Henry Hodgkins <41> birth certificate.
No luck was found locating Georgiana by that maiden name.
Ordered Henry Hodgkins <41> full birth certificate, and Georgiana's maiden name is actually Lancashire.
A search on the internet (FamilySearch website) then quickly gave a marriage date of 31/05/1862 in Ogley Hay, Stafford, England
JOSEPH HODGKINS
Marriages:
  Spouse:  GEORGIANA LANCASHIRE
  Marriage:  31 MAY 1862   Ogley Hay, Stafford, England
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:       Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 M167301     1854 - 1876  1040781           Film   NONE
 Sheet:
Items 4-5 Parish registers, 1849-1900  Church of England. Parish Church of Ogley-Hay
Title Parish registers, 1849-1900
  Authors Church of England. Parish Church of Ogley-Hay (Main Author)
  Ogley-Hays was a chapelry and parish in the urban district of Brownhills. Ogley-Hay became a parish in 1857.
  Microfilm of original records in the Staffordshire County Record Office.
  The chapelry of Ogley-Hay includes parts of the parishes of St. Michael, Shenstone, Walsall, and Norton-under-Cannock.
  Staffordshire Record Office no.: D1259/1/8-10, 15-16.
Subjects  England, Stafford, Ogley-Hay - Church records
England, Stafford, Brownhills - Church records
  Format  Manuscript (On Film)
  Language  English
  Publication  Salt Lake City : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1980, 1987
  Physical  on 2 microfilm reels ; 35 and 16 mm.

Joseph Hodgkins <50> is indicated as a Coal Miner on Henry Hodgkins <41> birth certificate.
He and Georgiana lived in Ogley Hay at the time of registration (27/12/1867).

Marriage certificate (with Joeseph Hodgkins <50>) indicates she lived (age 20) in Hammerwich on 31/05/1862.
No profession or occupation is indicated.  It states her father was John Lancashire, a Miner.

1837online.com search for Georgiana's birth (26/12/2003) :
  Dec 1840  LAN/1  --   (George Lancaster there though)
  Mar 1841  LAN/1  --
  Jun 1841  LAN/1  --*
  Sep 1841  LAN/1  --*
  Dec 1841  LAN/1  --   (George Lancaster there though)
  Mar 1842  LAN/1  --*
  Jun 1842  LAN/1  --*
  Sep 1842  LAN/1  --*
  Dec 1842  LAN/1  --   (George Lancaster there though)
(* = Not present in the Lancashire's but did not look in the Lancaster's.)
  Neither could I find her in the GRO indexes on film in the library.
All available evidence (census, marriage certificate, VRI) points to
her birth in 1841-1842.  Most likely she is simply missing from the
indexes (errors and omissions like this are not unknown, especially
for people in the early years of the indexes such as in 1841).
  Given an exact place of birth (or at least district), you can maybe
pay the GRO £11 for them to search for you.  If the census is about right
for the age/year, maybe it can be trusted for the place????

---

Posted on ancestry.co.uk on 19/01/2004, cross-posted to Rootsweb:
 Georgiana Lancashire / Joseph Hodgkins
  Author: Ian Ward  Date: 19 Jan 2004 11:42 PM GMT
  Surnames: Lancashire, Hodgkins
  Classification: Query
I'm looking for information on Georgiana Lancashire who probably lived in the Staffordshire area (England). She was (probably) born about 1841, and I know she married Joseph Hodgkins in 1862. Her father was John Lancashire, and she had children Henry, Maria, Authur and William. Any help appreciated.

---

GenesConnected
  John Porter Lancashire, Born c1818 in Ockbrook,Derbyshire
Date: Fri, 23 Jan 2004 15:59:45 -0000
Confirmation that you have contacted Richard Buxton about the following person in your Tree -
John Porter Lancashire
To check the status of any contacts you have go to www.genesconnected.com/GenesConnected.asp?WCI=Contacts
and select 'Your Contacts'
Hello.  My name is Ian Ward and I'm trying to trace John Lancashire, probably born sometime about 1810,
father of Georgiana Lancashire (who was born c.1841 in Staffordshire).
Is this anything like your John Lancashire?

From:   richard buxton (richardbuxton36@hotmail.com)
To:    (ge_co@goblin-online.net)
Date: Sun, 25 Jan 2004 20:58:20 +0000
Subject: John Lancashire

Dear Ian

Yes interesting!John married Ann Bowbar or Bowman.They had a daghter called Lydia in Oct 1838
who was one of 6  children I believe.Lydia born in Sponden ,Derbys.Lydia is my gt gt grannie on my moms side!

[[
Genesconnected:
Lydia Ann Lancashire, Born 1838 in Sponden,Derbyshire
]]

[[
IGI:

FANNY BOWMER LANCASHIRE         07 APR 1836  Ockbrook, Derby, England
LYDIA ANNE LANCASHIRE           22 JAN 1838  Ockbrook, Derby, England
JOHN LANCASHIRE                 13 OCT 1839  Ockbrook, Derby, England
CHARLES WILLIAM LANCASHIRE      23 JUL 1841  Ockbrook, Derby, England
THOMAS BOWMAN LANCASHIRE        21 SEP 1843  Ockbrook, Derby, England
EDITH LANCASHIRE                10 JAN 1847  Ockbrook, Derby, England
EMILY IDA LANCASHIRE            29 OCT 1850  Ockbrook, Derby, England

LYDIA ANNE LANCASHIRE
 	Female
Event(s):
	Birth:
	Christening:
22 JAN 1838  	Ockbrook, Derby, England
	Death:
	Burial:
Parents:
 	Father: 	JOHN LANCASHIRE 	Family
 	Mother: 	ANN
Messages:
	Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
	Batch No.: 	Dates: 	Source Call No.: 	Type: 	Printout Call No.: 	Type:
	C059441 	1759 - 1812 	0428930  	Film 	6905399  	Film
	C059441 	1813 - 1837 	0498112  	Film 	NONE
	Sheet: 00

JOHN LANCASHIRE
 	Male
Event(s):
	Birth:
	Christening:
13 OCT 1839  	Ockbrook, Derby, England
	Death:
	Burial:
Parents:
 	Father: 	JOHN LANCASHIRE 	Family
 	Mother: 	ANNE
Messages:
	Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
	Batch No.: 	Dates: 	Source Call No.: 	Type: 	Printout Call No.: 	Type:
	C059441 	1759 - 1812 	0428930  	Film 	6905399  	Film
	C059441 	1813 - 1837 	0498112  	Film 	NONE
	Sheet: 00

EMILY IDA LANCASHIRE
 	Female
Event(s):
	Birth:
	Christening:
29 OCT 1850  	Ockbrook, Derby, England
	Death:
	Burial:
Parents:
 	Father: 	JOHN PORTER LANCASHIRE 	Family
 	Mother: 	ANN
Messages:
	Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
	Batch No.: 	Dates: 	Source Call No.: 	Type: 	Printout Call No.: 	Type:
	C059441 	1759 - 1812 	0428930  	Film 	6905399  	Film
	C059441 	1813 - 1837 	0498112  	Film 	NONE
	Sheet: 00

THOMAS BOWMAN LANCASHIRE
 	Male
Event(s):
	Birth:
	Christening:
21 SEP 1843  	Ockbrook, Derby, England
	Death:
	Burial:
Parents:
 	Father: 	JOHN LANCASHIRE 	Family
 	Mother: 	ANN
Messages:
	Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
	Batch No.: 	Dates: 	Source Call No.: 	Type: 	Printout Call No.: 	Type:
	C059441 	1759 - 1812 	0428930  	Film 	6905399  	Film
	C059441 	1813 - 1837 	0498112  	Film 	NONE
	Sheet: 00

CHARLES WILLIAM LANCASHIRE
 	Male
Event(s):
	Birth:
	Christening:
23 JUL 1841  	Ockbrook, Derby, England
	Death:
	Burial:
Parents:
 	Father: 	JOHN LANCASHIRE 	Family
 	Mother: 	ANN
Messages:
	Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
	Batch No.: 	Dates: 	Source Call No.: 	Type: 	Printout Call No.: 	Type:
	C059441 	1759 - 1812 	0428930  	Film 	6905399  	Film
	C059441 	1813 - 1837 	0498112  	Film 	NONE
	Sheet: 00

FANNY BOWMER LANCASHIRE
 	Female
Event(s):
	Birth:
	Christening:
07 APR 1836  	Ockbrook, Derby, England
	Death:
	Burial:
Parents:
 	Father: 	JOHN MOSES MARK PORTER LANCASHIRE 	Family
 	Mother: 	ANNE
Messages:
	Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
	Batch No.: 	Dates: 	Source Call No.: 	Type: 	Printout Call No.: 	Type:
	C059441 	1759 - 1812 	0428930  	Film 	6905399  	Film
	C059441 	1813 - 1837 	0498112  	Film 	NONE
	Sheet: 00

EDITH LANCASHIRE
 	Female
Event(s):
	Birth:
	Christening:
10 JAN 1847  	Ockbrook, Derby, England
	Death:
	Burial:
Parents:
 	Father: 	JOHN LANCASHIRE 	Family
 	Mother: 	ANN
Messages:
	Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
	Batch No.: 	Dates: 	Source Call No.: 	Type: 	Printout Call No.: 	Type:
	C059441 	1759 - 1812 	0428930  	Film 	6905399  	Film
	C059441 	1813 - 1837 	0498112  	Film 	NONE
	Sheet: 00
]]

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <52>
Status:   D
Name:     \James Cooper\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -4
Position: 00110
Born:     13/09/1852, Soundwell, Mangotsfield, Gloucestershire [birth cert]
          c1852, Gloucestershire, England [1881C]
Married:  27/01/1873, Parish Church, Parish of S. Edmund, Dudley, Worcester
Died:     c1885
          Died by 25/12/1897, as indicated on Henry <41> and Annie's <42> marriage certificate.
          We also know from the 1881 and 1891 censuses that James <52> died between 1881 and 1891,
            as by 1891 he is absent and wife Elizabeth <53> is recorded as a widow, thus died c1885.
          Apparently died quite young, aged between 30 and 40.
Partner:  <53>
Child:    <42>
Father:   <73>
Mother:   <74>
Sibling:  \James Cooper:c1847\
            In 1851: Aged 4 in 1851, so born c1847, Mangotsfield, Gloucestershire; Living at 'Soundwell', Mangotsfield, Gloucestershire [1851C]
          \Robert Cooper:c1848\
            In 1851: Aged 3 in 1851, so born c1848, Mangotsfield, Gloucestershire; Living at 'Soundwell', Mangotsfield, Gloucestershire [1851C]
          \Thomas Cooper:c1850\
            In 1851: Aged 1 in 1851, so born c1850, Mangotsfield, Gloucestershire; Living at 'Soundwell', Mangotsfield, Gloucestershire [1851C]
Notes:

Birth cert of James Cooper <52> :
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Keynsham
  1852 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Oldland in the County of Gloucester
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  414  Thirteenth September 1852      James        Boy    Robert Cooper      Ann Cooper        Coal Miner           Robert Cooper        Twenty Sixth        R. Mile (?)
       Soundwell Mangotsfield                                                formerly Davis                         Father               October 1852        Gr____
                                                                                                                    Soundwell                                Registrar
                                                                                                                    Mangotsfield
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Marriage certificate of James Cooper <52> and Elizabeth Garratt <53> :
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1873 Marriage solumnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of S. Edmund, Dudley in the County of Worcester
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  285  January 27th 1873       James Cooper               20         Bachelor    Miner          Dudley                              Robert Cooper              Miner
                               Elizabeth Garratt          20         Spinster    --             Dudley                              Mark Garratt               Furnace Man
  Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church after Banns by me (sig) Francis Edmund Wilrut(?)
  This Marriage                                    in the                                                              Curate
  was solumnized  (sig) James Coopers Mark X       Presence   (sig) John Summer's Mark X
  between us      (sig) Elizbath Garratt's Mark X  of us      (sig) Sarah Summer's Mark X
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1851 census:

Parish:  Mangotsfield
Address: Soundwell

County/Island: Gloucestershire
Source information: HO107/1944
Registration district: Keynsham
Sub-registration district: Bitton
ED, institution, or vessel: 1b
Folio: 205
Page: 7 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 26
GSU Number: 221103-221104

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age      Occupation   Birthplace                        EstBYear  Individual
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Robert Cooper          M    Head      Mar   26       Coal Miner   Siston, Glostersh.                abt 1825  Robert Cooper <73>
Ann Cooper             F    Wife      Mar   25                    Mangotsfield, Glostersh.          abt 1826  Ann <74>
John Cooper            M    Son              4(?)                 Mangotsfield, Glostersh.          abt 1847
Robert Cooper          M    Son              3                    Mangotsfield, Glostersh.          abt 1848
Thomas Cooper          M    Son              1                    Mangotsfield, Glostersh.          abt 1850

While James Cooper <52> does not appear is this 1851 census - as he likely isn't born yet - it records his father Robert <73>,
mother Ann <74> and what appear to be several of James <52>'s siblings.
It also confirms the possible birth reference for James <52> previously found:
  Dec 1852  COOPER, James, Keynsham, 5c/686
The Keynsham district matches the location of the 1851 census data.

Similar 1851 info available from
  http://www.rootsweb.com/~cotswold/GLSontheweb.htm
  http://www.rootsweb.com/~cotswold/1nameCOO-COZ.txt
  http://www.rootsweb.com/~cotswold/mangotsfield51.txt
  Index: COOPER Robert 26 Coal Miner Siston  / Mangotsfield 51

1881 census:
 Name                  Relation   Marital Status   Gender    Age    Birthplace                       Occupation              Disability
 James COOPER           Head       M                Male      28     Gloucester, England              Coal Miner
 Elizth. COOPER         Wife       M                Female    28     Worcester, England
 Annie COOPER           Dau                         Female    6      Worcester, England
 Maria COOPER           Dau                         Female    3      Worcester, England
Source Information:
  Dwelling  	Millstone Hill
  Census Place	Aston Cum Aughton, York, England
  Family History Library Film  	1342129
  Public Records Office Reference  	RG11
  Piece / Folio  	4670 / 67
  Page Number  	23

1891 census:
Location:
  Administrative county: Yorkshire
  Civil parish: Aston
  Village: Aston
  Rural sanitary district: Rotherham
  Parliamentary borough: Rotherham
  Eccl. parish/district: All Saints
  Address: No. 9
  Ref: RG12/3844
Household:
  Elizabeth Cooper, Head, Widow, 39, Living on own means, Worstershire Netherton
  Ann Cooper, Daur, Single, 16, Worstershire Netherton
  Marie (Maria?) Cooper, Daur, Single, 13, Worstershire Netherton
  Elizabeth Cooper, Daur, 9, Yorkshire Aston
  James Cooper, Son, 4, Yorkshire Aston
  Lilly Cooper, Daur, 1, Yorkshire Aston
Note the absence of James Cooper senior, and Elizabath senior as a widow.
So James Cooper <52> died between 1881 and 1891 - useful to know!
On the previous image - and living on the same street - is a Robert Cooper, age 66,
married to Ann Cooper age 61.  Probably the same Robert Cooper <73> who is the
father of Annie's <42> father James Cooper <52>.

On 05/11/1885, a Mr Cooper, probably James Cooper <52>, bought a childs oak coffin.
It is not recorded who it was for.  Possibly Lily Cooper, who was born 29/10/1884
  and presumably died as a second named Lily Cooper is born 12/06/1889.
On 18/01/1890, a Mrs Cooper, probably Elizabeth Cooper <53> bought a coffin.
It is not recorded who this was for either.  Possibly her father?

Marriage certificate of Henry Hodgkins <41> with Annie Cooper <42> states James Cooper <52> as the father of Annie.
It states James Cooper was deceased on 25/12/1897.

Search for James Cooper born in a Gloucestershire district in 1851,1852 or 1853
on 1837online.com (09/02/2004):
Mar 1851  COO/2/20     (none in Gloucestershire)
Jun 1851  COO/2/19&20  (none in Gloucestershire)
Sep 1851  COO/2/18&19  (none in Gloucestershire)
Dec 1851  COO/2/18     (none in Gloucestershire)
Mar 1852  COO/2/20     (none in Gloucestershire)
Jun 1852  COO/2/19     (none in Gloucestershire)
Sep 1852  COO/1/20     (none in Gloucestershire)
Dec 1852  COO/2/19     COOPER, James, Keynsham, 5c/686
Mar 1853  COO/2/20     (none in Gloucestershire)
Jun 1853  COO/2/19     (none in Gloucestershire)
Sep 1853  COO/2/4      (none in Gloucestershire)
Dec 1853  COO/2/4      (none in Gloucestershire)

An additional one that FreeBMD returned in Gloucestershire, however, is:
Births Jun 1853
Cooper	 James	  	 Stratford	 6d	_66

(Districts in Gloucestershire, according to http://www.fhsc.org.uk/genuki/REG/gls.htm:
 Barton Regis, Bristol, Cheltenham, Chepstow, Chipping Norton, Chipping Sodbury, Cirencester,
 Clifton, Dursley, Evesham, Faringdon, Gloucester, Keynsham, Malmesbury, Monmouth, Newent,
 Northleach, Ross, Shipston on Stour, Stow on the Wold, Stratford on Avon, Stroud, Tetbury,
 Tewkesbury, Thornbury, Westbury on Severn, Wheatenhurst, Winchcombe, Witney, Wycombe.)

These - FreeBMD and 1838online - are consistent with each other.
The census is consistent with the 1852 date.
Assuming the county of Gloucestershire is correct (and if it isn't then there are
positively oooodles of James Coopers it could be) this is most likely him.
The 1851 census further confirms the likelihood of the Keynsham district.

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Dec 1852
  Name:    James Cooper <52>
  District: Keynsham
  Vol/Page: 5c/686
  Researched: 09/02/2004, 1837online
  Certificate: Ordered 30/10/2005; Rec'd 03/11/2005

born c1852
Deaths
Mar 1881  [age c.29]  COO/2/2  --
Jun 1881  [age c.29]  COO/3    --
Sep 1881  [age c.29]  COO/2    --
Dec 1881  [age c.29]  COO/2    --
Mar 1882  [age c.30]  COO/2/2  COOPER, James, 30, Fareham, 2b/400
Jun 1882  [age c.30]  COO/2/2  --
Sep 1882  [age c.30]  COO/2    --
Dec 1882  [age c.30]  COO/2    --
Mar 1883  [age c.31]  COO/3    --
Jun 1883  [age c.31]  COO/2/2  COOPER, James Edward, 30, Loddon, 4b/146
Sep 1883  [age c.31]  COO/2&3  --
Dec 1883  [age c.31]  COO/2    --
Mar 1884  [age c.32]  COO/2    COOPER, James, 34, Whitechapel, 1c/217
Jun 1884  [age c.32]  COO/3    COOPER, James, 30, Wolverhampton, 6b/364
Sep 1884  [age c.32]  COO/2/2  COOPER, James, 32, Newcastle L., 6b/47
Dec 1884  [age c.32]  COO/2    COOPER, James, 34, Alton, 2c/99
  Dec 1884  [age c.32]  freebmd  COOPER	 James	 34	 Alton	 2c	99
Mar 1885  [age c.33]  COO/2/2  --
Jun 1885  [age c.33]  COO/2    --
Sep 1885  [age c.33]  COO/3    COOPER, James Frederick, 32, Kings L., 4b/194
Dec 1885  [age c.33]  COO/3    COOPER, James, 34, Stoke T, 6b/137
Mar 1886  [age c.34]  COO/2/2  --
Jun 1886  [age c.34]  COO/2/2  COOPER, James Henry, 31, Stoke D., 5b/225
Sep 1886  [age c.34]  COO/2    COOPER, James William, 34, Sunderland, 10a/328
Dec 1886  [age c.34]  COO/3    COOPER, James, 30, Wandsworth, 1d/363[353?]
                               COOPER, James, 35, Oldham, 8d/522
Mar 1887  [age c.35]  COO/2    --
Jun 1887  [age c.35]  COO/3    COOPER, James, 35, Newcastle L., 6b/45
Sep 1887  [age c.35]  COO/2    --
Dec 1887  [age c.35]  COO/2/2  --
Mar 1888  [age c.36]  COO/2/2  COOPER. James, 35, Chorlton, 8c/505[605?]
Jun 1888  [age c.36]  COO/3    --
Sep 1888  [age c.36]  COO/3    --
Dec 1888  [age c.36]  COO/3    --
Mar 1889  [age c.37]  COO/3    COOPER, James Ellis, Poplar, 1c(a?)/441
Jun 1889  [age c.37]  COO/3    COOPER, James, 36[38?], Evesham, 6e[c?a?_?)/176
Sep 1889  [age c.37]  COO/3    --
Dec 1889  [age c.37]  COO/3    COOPER, James, 36, Chorlton, 8c[e?]/412
Mar 1890  [age c.38]  COO/2/2  COOPER, James, 36, Rotherham, 9c/451
Jun 1890  [age c.38]  COO/2    COOPER, James Mansell, 37, Chesterfield, 7b/391
Sep 1890  [age c.38]  COO/3    COOPER, James, 36, Badwalty, 11a/61
Dec 1890  [age c.38]  COO/3    COOPER, James Westall, 36, Fulham, 1c[e?]/167
Mar 1891  [age c.39]  COO/3    --
Jun 1891  [age c.39]  COO/3    COOPER, James, 40, Lambeth, 1d/289
Sep 1891  [age c.39]  COO/3    COOPER, James, 41, Stockport, 8a/9
                               COOPER, James, 39, Biggleswade, 3b/190
Dec 1891  [age c.39]  COO/3    COOPER, James, 40, Stockport, 8a/42

A www.freebmd.org.uk search for likely marriages turned up:
  Marriages Mar 1873
  GARRATT, Elizabeth, Dudley, 6c/31
The people marrying on that page were:
  COOPER   James      Dudley  6c/31
  GARRATT  Elizabeth  Dudley  6c/31
  Morgan   Elizabeth  Dudley  6c/31
  Tilley   Joseph     Dudley  6c/31
Also, Ann Cooper <42> was born 1875.
I think we've found our marriage.
Confirmed as present in Mar 1873 in Dudley for James Cooper and Elizabath Garratt
in 1837online.com.

GRO marriage index:
  Quarter: Mar 1873
  Grooms Name: James Cooper <52>
  Brides Name: Elizabeth Garratt <53>
  District: Dudley
  Vol/Page: 6c/31
  Researched: 12/02/2004, www.freebmd.org.uk
  Certificate: Ordered 21/02/2004.  Received 06/03/2004.

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <53>
Status:   D
Name:     \Elizabeth Garratt\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -4
Position: 00111
Born:     18/05/1852, Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire, England
          c1852, Worcestershire, England  [1881C]
Married:  27/01/1873, Parish Church, Parish of S. Edmund, Dudley, Worcester
Died:     Circa 1910, aged 58, based on interment expense certificate dated 14/03/1910 arranged by James Cooper.
             NB. _which_ James Cooper is unclear, it could have been her son (Annie <42>'s brother) or her husband <52>.
             However we know from the 1881 and 1891 censuses that James senior <52> died between 1881 and 1891, so it
             *must* be James junior!
Partner:  <52>
Child:    <42>
Father:   <100>
Mother:   <101>
Sibling:  \Mary Ann Garratt:c1836\, born c1836, Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire
            In 1851: Aged 15, so born c1836; born Netherton, Worcestershire; living at Upper Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire [1851C]
          \Samuel Garratt:c1839\, born c1839, Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire
            In 1841: Aged 3, so born c1838; born Worcestershire; living at Upper Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire [1841C]
            In 1851: Aged 12, so born c1839; born Netherton, Worcestershire; living at Upper Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire [1851C]
          \Mark Garratt:c1841\, born c1841, Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire
            In 1841: Aged 3 days, so born 1841; born Worcestershire; living at Upper Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire [1841C]
            In 1851: Aged 10, so born c1841; born Netherton, Worcestershire; living at Upper Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire [1851C]
          \Fanny Garratt:c1844\, born c1844, Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire
            In 1851: Aged 7, so born c1844; born Netherton, Worcestershire; living at Upper Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire [1851C]
            In 1861: Aged 17, so born c1844; born Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire; living at Croft, Netherton Hall, Dudley, Worcestershire [1861C]
          \William Garratt:c1847:1919\, born c1847, Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire
            Died 11/09/1919  [Piece of cloth in Hodgkins family bible]
            In 1851: Aged 4, so born c1847; born Netherton, Worcestershire; living at Upper Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire [1851C]
            In 1861: Aged 14, so born c1847; born Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire; Coal Miner; living at Croft, Netherton Hall, Dudley, Worcestershire [1861C]
            In 1881: Aged 34, so born c1847; born "Nettleton", Worstershire; Coal Miner; living at Millstone Hill, Aston Cum Aughton, Beighton, Yorkshire [1881C]
            Interred after death at St. Bartholomew's Church, Whittington, Chesterfield, Derbyshire on 14/09/1919  [Piece of cloth in Hodgkins family bible]
              (Interestingly, there is also a Whittington near Netherton in Worcestershire, but St. Bartholomew's is at the Whittington near Chesterfield.)
            Married to Caroline Garratt (aged 37, born "Nettleton", Worstershire) in 1881.
            Children in the 1881:
              Elizabeth Garratt, daughter, aged 14, born "Nettleton", Worstershire
              Joseph Garratt, son, aged 11, born "Nettleton", Worstershire
              Rosehanah(?) Garratt, daughter, aged 9, born "Nettleton", Worstershire
              Mark Garratt, son, aged 3, born "Nettleton", Worstershire
                   From Chris Morris:
                   "I don't know if you've downloaded the image of Elizabeth Cooper's (nee Garratt) 1881 census entry
                    but if you have or do then you will find 2 entries on the record of her brother William Garratt
                    listed as being born in Worcester, "Nettleton" and having a wife named "Charlotte". Firstly there
                    is no "Nettleton" in Worcestershire (but there are 2 Nethertons, this one and a farming village
                    at the foot of Breedon Hill) and secondly Williams wife that he married in Netherton was
                    Caroline Miles. The Charlotte listed in the 1881 census comes from Dudley and is the same age as
                    Caroline, so I think that the enumerator probably transcribed the original entry incorrectly.
                    Incidentally I doubt very much that either William or Caroline/Charlotte could write, as both
                    Benjamin Garratt my g grandfather and his wife Elizabeth Smith completed their marriage entries
                    with a cross, so errors in the original census entry plus transcription errors could have easily
                    crept in."
          \Shelah Garratt:c1849\ (male), born c1849, Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire
            In 1851: Aged 2, so born c1849; born Netherton, Worcestershire; living at Upper Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire [1851C]
            In 1861: Aged 12, so born c1849; born Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire; "Cripple"; living at Croft, Netherton Hall, Dudley, Worcestershire [1861C]
          \Hannah Garratt:c1857\, born c1857, Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire
            In 1861: Aged 4, so born c1857; born Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire; attending school; living at Croft, Netherton Hall, Dudley, Worcestershire [1861C]
            In 1871: Aged 17, so born c1854; born Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire; living at 2 Hurleys Fold, Dudley, Worcestershire [1871C]
          \Benjamin Garratt:c1857\, born c1857, Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire
            In 1861: Aged 4, so born c1857; born Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire; attending school; living at Croft, Netherton Hall, Dudley, Worcestershire [1861C]
            In 1871: Aged 14, so born c1857; born Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire; Furnaceman; living at 2 Hurleys Fold, Dudley, Worcestershire [1871C]
Notes:

1861 census:

Civil parish: Dudley
Ecclesiastical parish: St Andrew
Town: Dudley
County/Island: Worcestershire
Country: England
Street address: Croft, Netherton Hall

Source information: RG9/2061
Registration district: Dudley
Sub-registration district: Dudley
ED, institution, or vessel: 41
Folio: 43
Page: 26
Household schedule number: 129
GSU Number: 542911

Name                   MF   Relation      Marr  Age   Occupation               Birthplace                          EstBYear  Individual
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mark Garratt           M    Head          Mar   50    Labourer                 Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1811  Mark Garratt <100>
Betsy Garratt          F    Wife          Mar   43                             Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1818  Elizabeth Stevens <101>
Fanny Garratt          F    Daur          U     17                             Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1844
William Garratt        M    Son           U     14    Coal Miner               Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1847
Shelah Garratt         M    Son                 12    Cripple                  Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1849
Elizabeth Garratt      F    Daughter             9    Nailer                   Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1852  Elizabeth Garratt <53>
Hannah Garratt         F    Daughter             4    Scholar                  Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1857
Benjamin Garratt       M    Son                  4    Scholar                  Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1857

1871 census:
*** IMAGE ITSELF NOT AVAILABLE AS OF 12/12/2004 ***
http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&gsfn=elizabeth&gsln=garratt&f1=&f2=&f4=&f18=&f12=&f13=19&f27=&f14=&f15=&f7=&f8=&f9=&gskw=&f17=&prox=1&db=uki1871&ti=5538&ti.si=0&gss=angs&rank=1&submit.x=0&submit.y=0&fh=1
http://content.ancestry.co.uk/iexec/?htx=view&r=5538&dbid=7619&iid=WORRG10_3015_3017-0230
  Name:    Elizabeth Garratt
  Age in 1871:    19
  Estimated birth year:    1852
  Relation:    Daughter
  Gender:    Female
  Where born:    Worcestershire, England
  Civil parish:    Dudley
  County/Island:    Worcestershire
  Country:    England
Name               Age        Birthplace               Rel.      Civil Parish  County/Island
Hannah Garratt     50         Worcestershire, England  Head      Dudley        Worcestershire
Elizabeth Garratt  19         Worcestershire, England  Daughter  Dudley        Worcestershire
Richard Summers    23         Worcestershire, England  Boarder   Dudley        Worcestershire
Phoebe Summers     24         Worcestershire, England  Wife      Dudley        Worcestershire
Thomas Summers      2         Worcestershire, England  Son       Dudley        Worcestershire
William Summers     9 months  Worcestershire, England  Son       Dudley        Worcestershire
Source info:
  PRO reference:    RG10/3016
  Registration district:    Dudley
  Sub-registration district:    Dudley
  ED, institution, or vessel:    41
  Folio:    82
  Page:    5
  Household schedule number:    20
** NOTE: This does NOT AGREE with the birth certificate as the birth cert says the mother was Elizabeth Stevens, not Hannah ___ **

In 1871 (image from Ancestry) :

Civil Parish: Dudley
Ecclesiastical parish: St Andrew
County/Island: Worcestershire
Country: England
Street address: 2 Hurleys Fold

Source information: RG10/3016
Registration district: Dudley
Sub-registration district: Dudley
ED, institution, or vessel: 41
Folio: 98
Page: 38
Household schedule number: 187
GSU Number: 838861

Name                   MF   Relation      Marr  Age   Occupation               Birthplace                          EstBYear  Individual
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mark Garratt           M    Head          Marr  59    Furnaceman               Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1812  Mark Garratt <100>
Elizabeth Garratt      F    Wife          Marr  54                             Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1817  Elizabeth Stevens <101>
Elizabeth Garratt      F    Daur          Unm   19                             Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1852  Elizabeth Garratt <53>
Hannah Garratt         F    Daur          Unm   17                             Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1854
Benjamin Garratt       M    Son           Unm   14    Furnaceman               Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1857
Thomas France          M    Lodger        Mar   28    Furnaceman               Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1843
Fanny France           F    Wife          Mar   27    Nailer                   Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1844
Thomas France          M    Son                  6    Scholar                  Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1869
Emily France           F    Daur                 4    Scholar                  Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1867
Harriet France         F    Daur                 2                             Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1869

1881 census (taken 03/04/1881) :
 Name                  Relation   Marital Status   Gender    Age    Birthplace                       Occupation              Disability
 James COOPER           Head       M                Male      28     Gloucester, England              Coal Miner
 Elizth. COOPER         Wife       M                Female    28     Worcester, England
 Annie COOPER           Dau                         Female    6      Worcester, England
 Maria COOPER           Dau                         Female    3      Worcester, England
Source Information:
  Dwelling  	Millstone Hill
  Census Place	Aston Cum Aughton, York, England
  Family History Library Film  	1342129
  Public Records Office Reference  	RG11
  Piece / Folio  	4670 / 67
  Page Number  	23

1891 census:
Location:
  Administrative county: Yorkshire
  Civil parish: Aston
  Village: Aston
  Rural sanitary district: Rotherham
  Parliamentary borough: Rotherham
  Eccl. parish/district: All Saints
  Address: No. 9
  Ref: RG12/3844
Household:
  Elizabeth Cooper, Head, Widow, 39, Living on own means, Worstershire Netherton
  Ann Cooper, Daur, Single, 16, Worstershire Netherton
  Marie (Maria?) Cooper, Daur, Single, 13, Worstershire Netherton
  Elizabeth Cooper, Daur, 9, Yorkshire Aston
  James Cooper, Son, 4, Yorkshire Aston
  Lilly Cooper, Daur, 1, Yorkshire Aston
Note the absence of James Cooper senior, and Elizabath senior as a widow.
So James Cooper <52> died between 1881 and 1891 - useful to know!
On the previous image - and living on the same street - is a Robert Cooper, age 66,
married to Ann Cooper age 61.  Probably the same Robert Cooper <73> who is the
father of Annie's <42> father James Cooper <52>.

On 05/11/1885, a Mr Cooper, probably James Cooper <52>, bought a childs oak coffin.
It is not recorded who it was for.  Possibly Lily Cooper, who was born 29/10/1884
  and presumably died as a second named Lily Cooper is born 12/06/1889.
On 18/01/1890, a Mrs Cooper, probably Elizabeth Cooper <53> bought a coffin.
It is not recorded who this was for either.  Possibly her father?

Search for births for Elizabeth Garrett <53> in Worstershire, born c.1852 (12/02/2004) :
Many Elizabeth Garratts (and Garretts), but only one in Worstershire.
This one, in Dudley.
  Dec 1851   GAR/2/10&11  GARRATT, Elizabeth, Dudley, XXIII (XVIII?) / 285(265?)
This agrees with the 1891 census which placed her place of birth squarely in Netherton.
Recall that Ann Coopers <42> birth in Netherton was in the Dudley district.
This is possibly my Elizabeth Garratt.
+--
| UPDATE (09/03/2004) : Got the certificate (ordered 21/02/2004, arrived 09/03/2004),
| and it's NOT my Liz Garratt.  The birth cert for Annie Cooper <42> agrees with the
| marriage cert (1q1873, Dudley, 6c/31).  The names match, the occupations of James Cooper
| (Miner) match, the dates are consistent.
| Unfortunately that marriage cert does NOT agree with this Elizabeth Garratt birth certificate.
| The marriage gives her father as Mark Garratt, the birth gives Shelah Garratt.  The marriage
| gives an age of 20 in 1973.  That means she was born in at least 1852, and not 1851.
|
| Also, it's NOT volume 23.  What I thought said XXIII actually seems to have been XVIII.
| The cert was delayed and the registrar corrected the volume to 18 (writing TR-1 18 on
| the receipt thingy).
+--

Checked again on 1837online.com (09/03/2004, 10/03/2004) :
1852 births for Elizabeth Garratt:
  Mar 1852  GAR/2/9  (of 12)  (none in Worcestershire)
  Jun 1852  GAR/2/12 (of 15)  GARRATT, Elizabeth, Dudley, 6c/135(136?)
                              GARRATT, Elizabeth, Gt Boughton, 8a/349  (in Cheshire, Flintshire)
  Sep 1852  GAR/2/10 (of 12)  (none in Worcestershire)
  Dec 1852  GAR/2/   (of 13)  GARRATT, Elizabeth, Banbury, 3a/585

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Jun 1852
  Name:    Elizabeth Garratt <53>
  Mothers maiden name: --
  District: Dudley
  Vol/Page: 6c/135
  Researched: 10/09/2004, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 10/03/2004 ; Received 26/03/2004.

Birth certificate of Elizabeth Garratt <53> :
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Dudley
  1852 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Dudley in the County of Worcester
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  116  Eighteenth May 1852            Elizabeth    Girl   Mark               Elizabeth Garratt Furnace Man          X The Mark of        Fifth June 1852     Thomas Allen
       Netherton, Dudley                                  Garratt            formerly                               Elizabeth Garratt                        Registrar
                                                                             Stevens                                Mother
                                                                                                                    Netherton, Dudley
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

A www.freebmd.org.uk search for likely marriages turned up:
  Marriages Mar 1873
  GARRATT, Elizabeth, Dudley, 6c/31
The people marrying on that page were:
  COOPER   James      Dudley  6c/31
  GARRATT  Elizabeth  Dudley  6c/31
  Morgan   Elizabeth  Dudley  6c/31
  Tilley   Joseph     Dudley  6c/31
Also, Ann Cooper <42> was born 1875.
I think we've found our marriage.
Confirmed as present in Mar 1873 in Dudley for James Cooper and Elizabath Garratt
in 1837online.com.

GRO marriage index:
  Quarter: Mar 1873
  Grooms Name: James Cooper <52>
  Brides Name: Elizabeth Garratt <53>
  District: Dudley
  Vol/Page: 6c/31
  Researched: 12/02/2004, www.freebmd.org.uk
  Certificate: Ordered 21/02/2004.  Received 06/03/2004.

Marriage certificate of James Cooper <52> and Elizabeth Garratt <53> :
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1873 Marriage solumnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of S. Edmund, Dudley in the County of Worcester
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  285  January 27th 1873       James Cooper               20         Bachelor    Miner          Dudley                              Robert Cooper              Miner
                               Elizabeth Garratt          20         Spinster    --             Dudley                              Mark Garratt               Furnace Man
  Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church after Banns by me (sig) Francis Edmund Wilrut(?)
  This Marriage                                    in the                                                              Curate
  was solumnized  (sig) James Coopers Mark X       Presence   (sig) John Summer's Mark X
  between us      (sig) Elizbath Garratt's Mark X  of us      (sig) Sarah Summer's Mark X
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Siblings in 1841:

Civil parish: Dudley
Hundred: Halfshire (Lower Division)
County/Island: Worcestershire
Country: England
Street address: Upper Netherton

Source information: HO107/1196/18
Registration district: Dudley
Sub-registration district: Dudley
ED, institution, or vessel: 39
Folio: 25
Page: 23
Line number: 12
GSU Number: 464207

Name                  MF  Age     Occupation       Birthplace    EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mark Garratt          M   25-29   Furnaceman       Y             abt 1814  Mark Garratt <100>
Elizabeth Garratt     F   20-24                    Y             abt 1819  Elizabeth Stevens <101>
Samuel Garratt        M    3                       Y             abt 1838
Mark Garratt          M    3 days                  Y             1841

Siblings in 1851:

Civil parish: Dudley
Ecclesiastical parish: St Andrew
County/Island: Staffordshire
Country: England
Street address: Upper Netherton

Source information: HO107/2033
Registration district: Dudley
Sub-registration district: Dudley
ED, institution, or vessel: 1ii
Folio: 395
Page: 20
Household schedule number: 70
GSU Number: 87440

Name                   MF   Relation      Marr  Age   Occupation               Birthplace                 EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mark Garratt           M    Head          Mar   40    Labourer                 Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1811  Mark Garratt <100>
Elizabeth Garratt      F    Wife          Mar   33    Labourer Wife            Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1818  Elizabeth Stevens <101>
Mary Ann Garratt       F    Daur          U     15    Labourer Daur            Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1836
Samuel Garratt         M    Son           U     12    Labourer Son             Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1839
Mark Garratt           M    Son           U     10    Labourer Son             Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1841
Fanny Garratt          F    Daur          U      7    Labourer Daur            Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1844
William Garratt        M    Son           U      4    Labourer Son             Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1847
Shale Garratt          M    Son           U      2    Labourer Son             Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1849

[Piece of cloth in Hodgkins family bible]
IN LOVING MEMORY OF
William Garratt
Who fell asleep Sep. 11th, 1919,
Aged 73 Years;
And was interred at St. Bartholomew's Church, Whittington, September 14th.

This William Garratt would have been born c.1846, and matches closely enough the William Garratt in the 1851 census,
and is therefore Elizabeths <53> brother.

1881 census on William Garratt born c1847:

  Civil parish: Aston Cum Aughton
  County/Island: Yorkshire
  Country: England
  Street address: Millstone Hill
  Registration district: Rotherham
  Sub-registration district: Beighton
  ED, institution, or vessel: 3
Millstone Hill  (two doors down from James and Eliz)
William Garratt        Head     Mar    34    Coal Miner     Worstershire Nettleton
Charlotte Garratt      Wife     Mar    37                   Worstershire Nettleton
     [This is an error: should read Caroline instead of Charlotte]
Eliz'th Garrett        Dau             14                   Worstershire Nettleton
Joseph Garratt         Son             11    Scholar        Worstershire Nettleton
Rosehanah(?) Garratt   Dau              9    Scholar        Worstershire Nettleton
Mark Garratt           Son              3                   Worstershire Nettleton
  From Chris Morris:
  "I don't know if you've downloaded the image of Elizabeth Cooper's (nee Garratt) 1881 census entry
   but if you have or do then you will find 2 entries on the record of her brother William Garratt
   listed as being born in Worcester, "Nettleton" and having a wife named "Charlotte". Firstly there
   is no "Nettleton" in Worcestershire (but there are 2 Nethertons, this one and a farming village
   at the foot of Breedon Hill) and secondly Williams wife that he married in Netherton was
   Caroline Miles. The Charlotte listed in the 1881 census comes from Dudley and is the same age as
   Caroline, so I think that the enumerator probably transcribed the original entry incorrectly.
   Incidentally I doubt very much that either William or Caroline/Charlotte could write, as both
   Benjamin Garratt my g grandfather and his wife Elizabeth Smith completed their marriage entries
   with a cross, so errors in the original census entry plus transcription errors could have easily
   crept in."


1881 census on Thomas Garratt born c1846:
   (This was on the same census image as William - no known link to our Garratts but you never know.)

  Civil parish: Aston Cum Aughton
  County/Island: Yorkshire
  Country: England
  Street address: Millstone Hill
  Registration district: Rotherham
  Sub-registration district: Beighton
  ED, institution, or vessel: 3
Millstone Hill  (two doors up from James and Eliz)
Thomas Garret         Head     Mar    35    Coal Miner     Nuneaton
Ellen Garret          Wife     Mar    37                   Nuneaton
Andrew Garret         Son             10    Scholar        Nuneaton
Amelie Garret         Dau              6    Scholar        York Aston
Thomas Garret         Son              5                   York Aston
John Nash              Lodger          27    Coal Miner     Wolverhampton
William Sommage(?)     Lodger          34    Coal Miner     Holbury

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <54>
Status:   D
Name:     \John Knapton\
          (Y-11)
Gender:   M
Gen:      -5
Position: 011000
Born:     c1814, Leeds, York, England [67 in 1881 census]
          Christened 02/01/1814, Saint Peter, Leeds, Yorkshire, England [IGI]
Married:  ???
Died:     22/02/1884, Vickersdale, Stanningly  [death cert]
          Between 1881 and 1891 [1881 and 1891 censuses]
          Jan-Mar 1884, Bramley district [FreeBMD, 1837online]
Partner:  <55>
Child:    <39> (Y-11)
Father:   <115>
Mother:   <116>
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

From Greville (07/08/2003):
The Certificate for John Marshall Knapton shows
That he was born at Angel Yard, Mercy Street (that will be West Leeds)
And his father was John Knapton (a Spinner) and his mother Hannah Knapton, formerly Wilson.
This confirms the information I had found about John and Hannah Knapton in the 1881 Census
When Grandson Francis (Gladstone) aged 13 was at their house in Bramley.
That also confirms that John Marshall had (at least) two brothers.

Marriage certificate of John Marshall Knapton <39> and Emma Ross <40> name
John Marshall Knapton <54> as his father, with the profession of Mulespinner.

1841 census:

Civil parish: Leeds Town
Hundred: Leeds Borough
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England
Street address: Angel Yard

Source information: HO107/1349/10
Registration district: Leeds
Sub-registration district: Leeds West
ED, institution, or vessel: 33
Folio: 24
Page: 3
Line number: 11
GSU Number: 464292

Name                  MF  Age     Occupation       Birthplace    EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Knapton          M   25-29   Dyer             Y             abt 1814  John Knapton <54>
Hannah Knapton        F   20-24                    Y             abt 1819  Hannah Wilson <55>
William Knapton       M    1                       Y             abt 1840

1851 census:

Parish:         Leeds
Eccl district:  Saint Philip
Borough:        Leeds
Town:           Leeds
Address:        11 Charley Street

County/Island: Yorkshire
Source information: HO107/2321
Registration district: Leeds
Sub-registration district: West Leeds
ED, institution, or vessel: 2h
Folio: 1133
Page: 26 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 110
GSU Number: 87549-87552

Name             MF  Mar  Age   Relationship  Occupation   Birthplace      EstBYear  Individual
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Napton      M   Mar  36    Head          Joiner       Yorkshire       abt 1815  John Knapton <54>
Hannah Napton    F   Mar  31    Wife                       Yorkshire       abt 1820  Hannah Wilson <55>
William Napton   M        11    Son           Scholar      Yorkshire       abt 1840  William Knapton <<39>>
Susanah Napton   F         9    Daughter      Scholar      Yorkshire       abt 1842  Susannah Knapton <<39>>
John Napton      M         6    Son           Scholar      Yorkshire       abt 1845  John Marshall Knapton <39>
Mark Napton      M         5    Son                        Yorkshire       abt 1846
Mary Napton      F         1    Daughter                   Yorkshire       abt 1850

1871 census:
Township:           Bramley
Municipal Borough:  Leeds
Municipal Ward:     Bramley
Parliamentary Boro: Leeds
Town:               Bramley
Village:            Stanningley
Local Board:        Leeds Town Council
Ecclesiastical District: St Thomas, Stanningley
Address: Fowler's Buildings [on New Row - which is also mentioned three households up - ?]
  Name              Rel.      M.Status  Age        Occupation       Birthplace
  John Knapton      Head      Mar        58        Woollen Spinner  Yorkshire Leeds
  Hannah Knapton    Wife      Mar        51                         Yorkshire Hunslet
  Wilson Knapton    Son       Unm        17        Boiler Maker     Yorkshire Armley
  Tom Knapton       Son                  14        Boiler Maker     Yorkshire Bramley
  Mary A Knapton    Daughter             12        Worsted Piecer   Yorkshire Bramley
  James Knapton     Son                  10        Fiffit Heater    Yorkshire Bramley
  Francis G Knapton Nephew                3        Scholar          Yorkshire Stanningley
Source information
  PRO Reference: RG10/4526
  Registration district: Bramley
  Sub-registration district: Bramley
  ED, institution, or vessel: 5
  Folio: 17
  Page: 28
  Household schedule number: 150
  Civil parish: Bramley
  County/Island: Yorkshire
  Country: England

1881 census:
Household:
  Name                  Relation    Marital Status     Gender     Age     Birthplace                  Occupation               Disability
  John KNAPTON          Head        M                  Male       67      Leeds, York, England        Tobacconist
  Hannah KNAPTON        Wife        M                  Female     60      Hunslet, York, England
  Tom KNAPTON           Son         U                  Male       24      Bramley, York, England      Boiler Smith
  James KNAPTON         Son         U                  Male       20      Bramley, York, England      Labourer Iron Foundry
  Francis G. KNAPTON    G Son                          Male       13      Stanningley, York, England  (())
Source Information:
  Dwelling  	New Row
  Census Place	Bramley In Bramley, York, England
  Family History Library Film  	1342078
  Public Records Office Reference  	RG11
  Piece / Folio  	4500 / 91
  Page Number  	34

1891 census:
  RG12/3673
  Civil Parish: Leeds
  Municipal Borough: Leeds
  Municipal Ward: Bramley
  Urban Sanitary District: Leeds
  Parliamentary Borough/Division: Leeds
  Ecclesiastical Parish/District: St. Thomas
  Address: 3 Fern Terrace
  Hannah Knapton       Head           Wid   70                                  Yorkshire Hunslet
  James Knapton        Son            M     30    Labourer in Iron Foundry      Yorkshire Bramley
  Mary [A? G? N? M? W?] Knapton
                       Daur in law    M     25    Cotton Twister                Yorkshire Hunslet
  Jane Ann(?) Batson   Daur of above        3                                   Yorkshire Bramley
  Gladstone Knapton    Grandson       S     23    Labourer in Iron Foundry      Yorkshire Pudsey

In the 1891 census his wife Hannah <55> is listed as a widow, so John <54> must have died between 1881 and 1891.
FreeBMD:  Mar 1884, Knapton, John, age 70, Bramley, 9b/221
Confirmed by 1837online.com.

IGI:
JOHN KNAPTON
  Male
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:  02 JAN 1814    Saint Peter, Leeds, Yorkshire, England
  Death:
  Burial:
Parents:
   Father:   THOMAS KNAPTON
   Mother:   MARY
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record.
  The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or
  christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:        Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
  C071931      1813 - 1819   0918380            Film    6900088              Film
  C071931      1813 - 1819   0918379            Film    NONE
  C071931      1813 - 1819   0918380            Film    NONE
  Sheet: 00

GRO death index:
  Quarter: Mar 1884
  Name:    John Knapton <54>
  Age/DOB: 70
  District: Bramley
  Vol/Page: 9b/221
  Researched: 05/01/2004, FreeBMD, 1837online.com.
  Certificate: Ordered 14/01/2004 ; Received 24/01/2004

John Knaptons <54> death certificate:
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Bramley
  1884 DEATH in the Sub-district of Bramley in the County of York
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex     Age     Occupation             Cause of death              Informant              When reg.           Registrar
  213  Twenty Second                  John         Male    70      Woollen                Apoplexy                    Thos. M. Knapton       Twenty Second       John
       February 1884                  Knapton              years   Spinner                Certified by                Son of Deceased        February 1884       Clough
       Vickersdale Stanningly                                                             Henry J. Presta  M.D        In Attendance          Registrar
                                                                                                                      Vickersdale
                                                                                                                      Stanningly
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <55>
Status:   D
Name:     \Hannah Wilson\
          (Y-11)
Gender:   F
Gen:      -5
Position: 011001
Born:     c1821, Hunslet, York, England [1881C]
          Christened 31/12/1820, Hunslet, Yorkshire, England  [IGI]
Married:  ???
Died:     1898, Bramley district [HK]
Partner:  <54>
          Married to John Poulter before John Knapton <54> ?
Child:    <39> (Y-11)
Father:   <93>
Mother:   <94>
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

From Greville (07/08/2003):
The Certificate for John Marshall Knapton shows
That he was born at Angel Yard, Mercy Street (that will be West Leeds)
And his father was John Knapton (a Spinner) and his mother Hannah Knapton, formerly Wilson.
This confirms the information I had found about John and Hannah Knapton in the 1881 Census
When Grandson Francis (Gladstone) aged 13 was at their house in Bramley.
That also confirms that John Marshall had (at least) two brothers.

Hugh Knapton (02/02/204):
I have now looked at my “Hannah” deaths list, and A-Z’d all the
corresponding birth years, and see that there was a Hannah (born 1821) aged
77 who died 3q1898 at BRAMLEY.  There is only one other Hannah death that
relates to a birth of 1821, and that was in London, so I would think it safe
to get the cert, if you wish.

Husband John Knapton <54> died between 1881 and 1891.

Was John Knapton <54> a second husband after John Poulter, as in
http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/AF/family_group_record.asp?familyid=2711836
??
John Poulter was born c1817, Hunslet, Yorkshire, England, according to that ancestral file.
She had a son Wilson Poulter to him, who was born 5 Apr 1843, Hunslet, Yorkshire, England.
  Wilson Poulter died 2 Oct 1924, Kanesville, Weber, Ut [Utah, USA?] and was buried 5 Oct 1924, Hooper, Weber, Ut [Utah?]
  Wilson Poulter married Esther GOODYEAR in 1861, Hunslet, Yorkshire, England
              as well as Martha ALBERS
    Esther was born 5 Apr 1844, Bradford, Yorkshire, England
	       died 29 May 1880, Kanesville, Weber, Ut
	     buried Hooper, Weber, Ut
            Parents Alfred GOODYEAR, Haccah Or Acce SHAW
    Martha was born 26 Jan 1872, Noordbroek, Groningen, Netherlands
	       died 30 Jul 1951, Ogden, Weber, Ut
            Parents {unknown father} and Johanna ALBERS

1841 census:

Civil parish: Leeds Town
Hundred: Leeds Borough
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England
Street address: Angel Yard

Source information: HO107/1349/10
Registration district: Leeds
Sub-registration district: Leeds West
ED, institution, or vessel: 33
Folio: 24
Page: 3
Line number: 11
GSU Number: 464292

Name                  MF  Age     Occupation       Birthplace    EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Knapton          M   25-29   Dyer             Y             abt 1814  John Knapton <54>
Hannah Knapton        F   20-24                    Y             abt 1819  Hannah Wilson <55>
William Knapton       M    1                       Y             abt 1840

1851 census:

Parish:         Leeds
Eccl district:  Saint Philip
Borough:        Leeds
Town:           Leeds
Address:        11 Charley Street

County/Island: Yorkshire
Source information: HO107/2321
Registration district: Leeds
Sub-registration district: West Leeds
ED, institution, or vessel: 2h
Folio: 1133
Page: 26 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 110
GSU Number: 87549-87552

Name             MF  Mar  Age   Relationship  Occupation   Birthplace      EstBYear  Individual
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Napton      M   Mar  36    Head          Joiner       Yorkshire       abt 1815  John Knapton <54>
Hannah Napton    F   Mar  31    Wife                       Yorkshire       abt 1820  Hannah Wilson <55>
William Napton   M        11    Son           Scholar      Yorkshire       abt 1840  William Knapton <<39>>
Susanah Napton   F         9    Daughter      Scholar      Yorkshire       abt 1842  Susannah Knapton <<39>>
John Napton      M         6    Son           Scholar      Yorkshire       abt 1845  John Marshall Knapton <39>
Mark Napton      M         5    Son                        Yorkshire       abt 1846
Mary Napton      F         1    Daughter                   Yorkshire       abt 1850

1871 census:
Township:           Bramley
Municipal Borough:  Leeds
Municipal Ward:     Bramley
Parliamentary Boro: Leeds
Town:               Bramley
Village:            Stanningley
Local Board:        Leeds Town Council
Ecclesiastical District: St Thomas, Stanningley
Address: Fowler's Buildings [on New Row - which is also mentioned three households up - ?]
  Name              Rel.      M.Status  Age        Occupation       Birthplace
  John Knapton      Head      Mar        58        Woollen Spinner  Yorkshire Leeds
  Hannah Knapton    Wife      Mar        51                         Yorkshire Hunslet
  Wilson Knapton    Son       Unm        17        Boiler Maker     Yorkshire Armley
  Tom Knapton       Son                  14        Boiler Maker     Yorkshire Bramley
  Mary A Knapton    Daughter             12        Worsted Piecer   Yorkshire Bramley
  James Knapton     Son                  10        Fiffit Heater    Yorkshire Bramley
  Francis G Knapton Nephew                3        Scholar          Yorkshire Stanningley
Source information
  PRO Reference: RG10/4526
  Registration district: Bramley
  Sub-registration district: Bramley
  ED, institution, or vessel: 5
  Folio: 17
  Page: 28
  Household schedule number: 150
  Civil parish: Bramley
  County/Island: Yorkshire
  Country: England

1881 census:
Household:
  Name                  Relation    Marital Status     Gender     Age     Birthplace                  Occupation               Disability
  John KNAPTON          Head        M                  Male       67      Leeds, York, England        Tobacconist
  Hannah KNAPTON        Wife        M                  Female     60      Hunslet, York, England
  Tom KNAPTON           Son         U                  Male       24      Bramley, York, England      Boiler Smith
  James KNAPTON         Son         U                  Male       20      Bramley, York, England      Labourer Iron Foundry
  Francis G. KNAPTON    G Son                          Male       13      Stanningley, York, England  (())
Source Information:
  Dwelling  	New Row
  Census Place	Bramley In Bramley, York, England
  Family History Library Film  	1342078
  Public Records Office Reference  	RG11
  Piece / Folio  	4500 / 91
  Page Number  	34

1891 census:
  RG12/3673
  Civil Parish: Leeds
  Municipal Borough: Leeds
  Municipal Ward: Bramley
  Urban Sanitary District: Leeds
  Parliamentary Borough/Division: Leeds
  Ecclesiastical Parish/District: St. Thomas
  Address: 3 Fern Terrace
  Hannah Knapton       Head           Wid   70                                  Yorkshire Hunslet
  James Knapton        Son            M     30    Labourer in Iron Foundry      Yorkshire Bramley
  Mary [A? G? N? M? W?] Knapton
                       Daur in law    M     25    Cotton Twister                Yorkshire Hunslet
  Jane Ann(?) Batson   Daur of above        3                                   Yorkshire Bramley
  Gladstone Knapton    Grandson       S     23    Labourer in Iron Foundry      Yorkshire Pudsey


Is this Hannah's christening in the IGI?

HANNAH WILSON
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  31 DEC 1820   Hunslet, Yorkshire, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  JOHN WILSON
  Mother:  SUSANNA
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C009612  1813 - 1837  0918397   Film  6909754   Film
 Sheet: 00
Item 1 Bishop's transcripts, 1813-1843  Church of England. Chapelry of Hunslet (Yorkshire)
Item 2 Bishop's transcripts, 1829-1854  Church of England. Chapelry of Kirkstall (Yorkshire)

The chances are this _is_ our Hannah.


LDS submissions to the IGI include:

Hannah Wilson
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:  1821   Hunslet, Yorkshire, England
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse:  John Poulter
  Marriage:  About 1842   , Yorkshire, England
Messages:
 Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church. No additional information is available. Ancestral File may list the same family and the submitter.
Source Information:
   No source information is available.

While it has to be taken with a gigantic pinch of salt, could this indicate our Hannah also married John Poulter?
Where might we find other evidence to refute or confirm this?

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <56>
Status:   D
Name:     \Williamson Glover\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -4
Position: 00010
Born:     02/06/1861, Brampton Moor, Brampton, Chesterfield, Derbyshire  [birth certificate]
          1861 [Bedgreave document]
          1881 census confirms born c1862, Brampton, Chesterfield, Derbyshire [1881C]
          1891 census confirms born c1861, Chesterfield, Derbyshire. [1891C]
          1901 census confirms born c1862, Brampton, Derbyshire [1901C]
          1911 census confirms born c1862, Brampton, Derbyshire [1911C]
Married:  13/12/1885, "the parish church in the parish of Sheffield", Sheffield, Yorkshire
Died:     05/07/1933, "George and Dragon" Hotel, Beighton, Yorkshire  [death cert]
          1933  [Bedgreave doc]
Partner:  <57>
Child:    <44>
Father:   <80>
Mother:   <81>
Sibling:  \George Glover:1854\ - born 1854
            Presumably died young, as there is a second sibling named George who was born about 1874.
            This is confirmed by the text in the document:
              "[Williamson and Eleanor Glover] had 8 children. Five were still at home - George Born 1854 had died."  [bedgreave doc]
          \Mary Elizabeth Glover:1857\ - born 1857, Worksop, Nottinghamshire
            Aged 43 in 1901, so born c1858, Worksop, Nottinghamshire; Miller + farmer; living at Bedgreave Mill Ho, Wales, Waleswood, Yorkshire [1901C]
              "Mary Elizabeth married James H Dawson of Bedgreave.
               When James died in 1882 the Glover family moved in with Mary E. to help run the mill - she had 3 children -
               twins Eleanor and Frank aged 1 and Edwin aged 4."  [bedgreave doc]
              "Mary Elizabeth Glover married to James Henry Dawson, of North Scarle and Eagle, on the Trent.
               They are recorded as corn millers at the 1881 census (see fig 9) - Bedgreave.  James took on the mill
               when he returned from India with the army.  The mill was still waterpowered.  When Holbrook Pit took
               his water away they were forced to supply him with coal for a steam powered engine.  At 32 years of
               age James died of a stroke when working in the mill.  Mary and James had 3 children ..."  [bedgreave doc]
            Married \James Henry Dawson:1850\ (1850-1882)
              James is deceased by 1901 as the 1901 census entry for Mary Elizabeth Glover states her to be a widow. [1901C]
            They had children \Eleanor Dawson:1881\ - born 1881, Bedgreave, Yorkshire (twin of Frank)
                                  Eleanor E Dawson aged 20 in 1901, so born c1881, Bedgreave, Yorkshire; Miller; living at Bedgreave Mill Ho, Wales, Waleswood, Yorkshire [1901C]
                                  "Eleanor (Nellie) who married Mr Shaw from Winsford in Cheshire - they took their family back to Cheshire."  [bedgreave doc]
                                Eleanor married \Gary Shaw:c1881\, and had children
                                  \James Shaw:1910\ (1910)
                                  \Molley Shaw:1906\ (1906)
                                  \Enid Shaw:1908\ (1908)
                                  \Bessie Shaw:1917\ (1917)
                                    Bessie married \____ Pardo:c1917\.
                              \Frank Dawson:1881\ - born 1881, Bedgreave, Yorkshire (twin of Eleanor)
                                  Frances B Dawson aged 18 in 1901, so born c1883, Bedgreave, Yorkshire; "Miller fRelson"; living at Bedgreave Mill Ho, Wales, Waleswood, Yorkshire [1901C]
                                  Francis Dawson aged 28 in 1911; born c1883, Wales, Yorkshire; "Miller (Corn)", living at Bedgreave Mill, Wales, nr Sheffield [1911C]
                                    *** Is it significant both 1901 and 1911 give Franks year of birth as 1883, not 1881 as the bedgreave doc stated? ***
                                  "Frank who bought Warsop Mill - his son Eric still runs the mill for feedstuffs."  [bedgreave doc]
                                Frank married \Mabel Watson:c1881\, and had a son \Eric Dawson\.
                              \Edwin Dawson:1878:1930\ - born 1878, Bedgreave, Yorkshire; died 1930
                                  Edwin G Dawson aged 22 in 1901, so born c1879, Bedgreave, Yorkshire; "Miller fRelson"; living at Bedgreave Mill Ho, Wales, Waleswood, Yorkshire [1901C]
                                  "Edwin (Ted) - miller at Bedgreave until his death in 1930.  His first wife - Emily Wilson was a
                                   school teacher at Wales - She died 1912 leaving Ted with a 15 year old daughter Mary.  Emily had been
                                   taking part in a church production, but was not released from work to practise.  On the sound of the bell
                                   she ran from the school, cutting across the Vicarage garden.  She tripped over a tent-peg and injured her left-arm.
                                   This was taken off by surgeons Graham Simpson and Garrick Wilson at Sheffield Royal Hospital.
                                   Emily died of Sarcoma Cancer."  [bedgreave doc]
                                Edwin married first wife \Emily Wilson:1878:1912\ (1878-1912)
                                  Emily had a brother \Samual Wilson\, who married \Catherine ____\ (from Skyby)
                                  Catherine had siblings \Anne ____\, \Sira ____\ and \Julia ____\.  Julia married \Charles Ashley\.
                                  Edwin and Emily had a child \Mary K.A. Dawson:1910:c2002\ (1910-c2002)
                                      "Mary (daughter) went to live with Aunt Julia and Charles Ashley in
                                       Wales.  She visited the mill regularly and married Mr William Godfrey from Wales - his father was
                                       a hauler of coal.  Mary K A. Godfrey still has many fond memories of Bedgreave Mill."  [bedgreave doc]
                                    Mary died in approx 2002, possibly in the region of Rother Valley Country Park [RVCP]
                                    She lived in the farmhouse that is now the Parks Office of
                                      Rother Valley Park when she was young, and later lived in Bedgreave Mill. [RVCP]
                                    Mary married \William Godfrey:c1910\, with child \Christopher Godfrey:1948\ (1948, probably LIVING),
                                      Christopher married \Janet ____:1946\ (1946, probably LIVING)
                                        Chris and Janet had a son \Philip Godfrey\ (probably LIVING)
                                Edwin married second wife \Lucy Nicholas:c1878\ (his housekeeper)
                                    "Ted continued as miller - having many housekeepers to help with domestic chores.
                                     Later Ted married Mrs Nicholas the housekeeper.  She had a son Tommy Nicholas.
                                     Ted and Lucy had two sons Bernard and Jim, and a daughter Dorrie, who married
                                     Mr Reg Smith of Manor Farm - his brother had a farm on Jonny Cauldrells [?] Lane."  [bedgreave doc]
                                Lucy already had a son, \Tommy ____\ (from a previous marriage)
                                Edwin and Lucy had children
                                  \Francis Bernard Dawson:1920\ (1920)
                                  \James Edwin Dawson:1918\ (1918)
                                  \Dorethea Dawson:1916\ (1916)
                                    Dorethea married \Reg Smith:c1916\, with children
                                      \Norma Smith\ (probably LIVING)
                                        Norma married \Malcolm Shinwell\ (probably LIVING),
                                          with child \Robert Shinwell\ (probably LIVING)
                                          Robert married with children:
                                            \Jordan Shinwell\ (probably LIVING)
                                            \Robert Shinwell\ (probably LIVING)
                                      \Carol Smith:1945\ (1945, probably LIVING)
                                        Carol married \Pat Hudson:c1945\ (probably LIVING)
                                        with children:
                                          \Fiona Hudson\ (probably LIVING)
                                          \Paul Hudson\ (probably LIVING)
                                      \Angela Smith:1947\ (1947, probably LIVING)
            James Dawson had a sister \Jane Dawson\, who married \John Thorton\
          \Jane Glover:1859:1941\ - born 15/03/1859; died 1941 [bedgreave doc]
              "Jane Glover married George Mirfin and lived in a lean-to opposite the old George and Dragon Hotel
               in Beighton.  He was a cartwright, wheelwright, joiner and undertaker.  He built new workshops and
               houses at the bottom of Manvers Road.  George built the footbridge over the Rother between Beighton
               and Bedgreave.  It was a simple narrow structure.  He and his brother-in-law George of Bedgreave
               built extensions to the mill at Killamarsh.  He owned fields down to Queens Road and off Station Road.
               Jane and George had 6 children ..."  [bedgreave doc]
            Married \George Mirfin:1855:1939\ (21/01/1855-1939)
            Jane and George had children
              \Williamson Mirfin\ (died as a baby [bedgreave doc])
              \Florence Ethel Mirfin:1880\ (13/??/1880)
                  "[Florence] managed the kitchens of several wealthy gentlemen in London.  One was the famous Sussex cricketer
                 K.S.Raryiksinkyi [Rasyiksinkyi?], partner of Killick 1910.  He was very fond of Florrie and gave her a signed
                 photo of his team when they played Yorkshire."  [bedgreave doc]
              \George Williamson Mirfin:1882\ (27/03/1882)
                "George returned from the war where he had a reputation for handling frightened horses. He repaired gun carriages at the front."  [bedgreave doc]
              \Mary Elizabeth Mirfin:1884:1916\ (25/05/1884-1916)
                "Mary Elizabeth died during the first W.War of diabetes."  [bedgreave doc]
              \Eleanor Glover Mirfin:1887\ (25/07/1887)
                  "Eleanor married Mr William Hird who was Chief Clerk at the Victoria Railway Station Sheffield.
                   They had 2 daughters, Olga Mirfin and Margaret.  Their son Ralph continues the family business after serving in the navy."  [bedgreave doc]
                Eleanor Mirfin married \William Hird:c1887\
                with children:
                  \Olga Hird\
                    Olga married \John Ronald Long\
                    with children:
                      \Richard Long\ (probably LIVING)
                      \Margaret Long\ (probably LIVING)
                      \Francis Long\ (probably LIVING)
                        Francis married \Jackie ____\ (probably LIVING)
                        with children:
                          \David Long\ (probably LIVING)
                          \Elizabeth Long\ (probably LIVING)
                          \Johnathon Long\ (probably LIVING)
                      \Bernard Long\ (probably LIVING)
                        Bernard married \Anne ____\ (probably LIVING)
                        with children:
                          \Richard Long\ (probably LIVING)
                          \Andrew Long\ (probably LIVING)
                  \Margaret Hird\
                    Margaret married \Derek Ashworth\
                  \Ralph Hird\
                    Ralph married \Theo ____\
                    with children:
                      \Jane Hird\ (probably LIVING)
                        Jane married \Nigel ____\ (probably LIVING)
                      \Louise Hird\ (probably LIVING)
              \Jessie Oates Mirfin:1889\ (20/08/1889)
                "Jessie was a school teacher at Beighton Infants School when Miss Tuinmins [?] was the headmistress.
                 Jessie took part in local pantomimes and had holidays on cruise ships in the Mediteranean Sea."  [bedgreave doc]
            George Mirfin had siblings \John Mirfin\ and \Arthur Mirfin\
            and parents \George Mirfin:1810:1881\ (1810-1881) (24/12/1816) and \Elizabeth ____:1821:1890\ (1821-1890) (22/01/1820)
               (A scanned handwritten family bible reads: 'George Mirfin born 1816' and 'George Mirfin Born December 24th 1816'
                Are these the same George as was written in the document was born in 1821?
                The same scanned pages say on Elizabeth: 'Elizabeth Mirfin born 1820' and 'Elizabeth Mirfin Born Jan 22nd 1820'
                The years of 1810 and 1821 came from the graphical trees.)
            Who is \Ann Elizabeth Mirfin:1864\, born 11/11/1864?  Georges sister?  [written on the 'Mirfin family bible' scan]
            Who is \John Mirfin:1841\ born 22/08/1841?  Georges brother?  [written on the 'Mirfin family bible' scan]
            Who is \Ann Mirfin:1844\ Born 10/02/1844?  Georges sister?  An Ann Mirfin is also recorded who died 05/06/1851 - the same Ann?  [written on the 'Mirfin family bible' scan]
          \Marie Glover\ - birth year unknown, but probably either in about the 1860s
                           (the other alternative, given that she doesn't appear in the
                           1881 census with Annie, Joseph, Sarah and George, is *after*
                           the 1881 census, and she has a duaghter in 1884!)
              "Joesph Oates married Marie an Opera singer, pantomime artist and pianist from Bradford.  They used
               to visit Polly regularly.  Marie told fortunes."  [bedgreave doc]
            Married \Joseph Oates:1868:1914\ (1868-1914)
          \Annie Glover:c1865\ - c1865, Brampton, Chesterfield, Derbyshire [1881C]
              "Annie Glover (the image of Jane) married Mr Mosley the Stationmaster at Hull.  He was an inventor in
               the early days of electricity.  The invention of a massage vibrator is attributed to him.  They had
               2 daughters Marion and Mary.  Mary went to the Royal School of Needlework, London.  She worked for
               Chilpruf until the outbreak of W.War 2 when she made paras [porac? parac?] for the war effort.
               Mr Mosley had 2 brothers.  One was Stationmaster at Cleethorpes - he married Polly's sister Sally
               Fairburn.  A photo of Annie and a group of school children are displayed on the wall in Crystal Peaks
               - she was a teacher at [some text seems missing here]"  [bedgreave doc]
            Another source says birth in 1863 [bedgreave doc], which disagrees with the 1881 census
            1881 census says she was a 17 year old "Pupil Teacher (School)"; born in Brampton, Chesterfield ; living at Manvers Rd, Beighton, Derbyshire [1881C]
            1891 census says she was age 26, born Chesterfield, Derbyshire; living at 63 Nottingham Street, Brightside Bierlow, Sheffield  [1891C]
            Married \Frederick Mosley:c1863\ (born c1863 [1891 census]), brother of Sally Fairburns' (see <57>) husband
              Fred Mosley in 1891 is age 27; a Railway Clerk; born in Beighton, Derbyshire; living at 63 Nottingham Street, Brightside Bierlow, Sheffield [1891C]
            In 1891 brother Joseph G. Glover is recorded in the census with Annie and Fred.
            In the same 1891 census a daughter, \Marianne Mosley:c1888\, is recorded aged 2 (so born c.1888), born Sheffield, Yorkshire.
            The Bedgreave document also records another daughter \Mary Mosley\, though no date is given.
          \Joseph G Glover:c1867\ - born c1867 [1881 census, 1891 census], Masbro, Yorkshire [census]
            In 1891: Joseph G. Glover is recorded in the census with sister Annie Glover and Fred Mosley [1891C]
              He is recorded as being single at the time; aged 23; a Grocers Assistant; born in Masbro, Yorkshire; living at 63 Nottingham Street, Brightside Bierlow, Sheffield  [1891C]
            Recorded in 1871 as aged 3, with name Joseph Oates Glover [1871C]
            In 1901: Recorded as Joseph O Glover; Aged 33; Grocer's Assistant; born Yorks Masbro; living at 237 Tonge Moor Rd, Bolton, Lancashire; with 'Deaf/Blind/Lunatic/Imbecile' column ticked [1901C]
              He is recorded with wife \Maria ____:c1867\; age 34 (so born c1867); Contralto Music Vocalist (living on own account, not employed); born Yorks Scarboro [1901C]
              She also has the 'Deaf/Blind/Lunatic/Imbecile' column ticked [1901C]
          \Sarah Glover:1871\ - born 1871, Sheffield, Yorkshire [bedgreave doc][1881C][1901C]
               "Sarah Glover (Aunt Sally) married Albert Stafford (Engineer).  They met when he came to work on the
                iron bridge crossing the River Rother at Killamarsh.  They lived in the red brick cottage at Bedgreave
                - with their 3 sons.  The house was crammed with furniture and a piano.  Albert played the violin.
                Jim was killed in the 14-18 war.  When Sarah and Albert went to live in Bromsgrove with son Reg,
                William (Billy) and his wife Dorris lived in the cottage.  Later they emmigrated to Australia.  Sarah
                and Albert continued to travel the country - wherever his work took them (See fig 12).  M E Dawson sent
                them a card showing the mill in 1905 - to Cardiff."  [bedgreave doc]
            Aged 30 in 1901, so born c1871, Sheffield, Yorkshire; Unmarried; living at Bedgreave Mill Ho, Wales, Waleswood, Yorkshire [1901C]
            1881 census confirms born c1871, Sheffield, York, England [1881C]
            1871 census states Sarah was 3 weeks old at the time of the census, so born March-April 1871 [1871C]
            Married \Albert Stafford:c1871\
            Children
              \James Glover Stafford:c1900:1918\ - born c1900, New Mills, Derbyshire [1901C]; died 19/07/1918, France [CWGC]
                Known as Jim.
                James G Stafford aged 1 in 1901, so born c1900, New Mills, Derbyshire; living at Bedgreave Mill Ho, Wales, Waleswood, Yorkshire [1901C]
                James in the CWGC database - he therefore died 19/07/1918 in France :
                  Name: STAFFORD, JAMES GLOVER
                  Initials: J G
                  Nationality: United Kingdom
                  Rank: Private
                  Regiment/Service: West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
                  Unit Text: 15th Bn.
                  Date of Death: 19/07/1918
                  Service No: 55479
                  Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
                  Grave/Memorial Reference: II. D. 5.  (Plot 2, Row D, Grave 5 - see map of Merville Cemetery Extension)
                  Cemetery: MERVILLE COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION
                  "Merville is a town 15 kilometres north of Bethune and 20 kilometres south-east of Armentieres.
                   The Communal Cemetery is on the north-east side of the town to the north side of the road to Neuf-Berquin.
                   The Extension is now surrounded by the Communal Cemetery."
              \William Stafford\
                William married \Doris ____\
              \Reg Stafford\
          \George Glover:c1874:1933\ - born c1874, Yorkshire, England [1881C][1901C] ; died 1933 [bedgreave doc]
              "George Cates Glover lived in the top of the farmhouse at Bedgreave looking out to Swallownest.  He lived
               through many changes at the mill.  He was an engine driver for the L.N.E.R. and as well as helping round
               the mill he worked for his brother in law George Mirfin.  He nearly drowned one foggy night when he was
               returning from Beighton.  George missed the bridge near the farm."  [bedgreave doc]
            born 1871; died 1933 [bedgreave doc]
            Aged 27 in 1901, so born c1874, Bedgreave, Yorkshire; Unmarried; Railway Engine Stoker; living at Bedgreave Mill Ho, Wales, Waleswood, Yorkshire [1901C]
            Aged 37 in 1911; born c1874, Wales, Yorkshire; Unmarried; Railway Engine Driver; living at Bedgreave Mill, Wales, nr Sheffield - with nephew Frank Dawson [1911C]
            1881 census states born c1874, Beighton, Yorkshire; living at Manvers Rd, Beighton, Yorkshire [1881C]
            Present at the deaths of both father Williamson Glover <80> and mother Eleanor Glover <81>
            in 1896 and 1919 respectively.
Notes:

Hilda's <44> mother was Mary Fairburn <57> who died in 1941.
Her Father was Williamson Glover <56>, who lived 1861 to 1933.

Williamson Glovers <56> father was Williamson Glover <80> who lived 1828-1896.
His mother was Eleanor Oates <81>, living 1832-1919.

Recorded on Hilda Glovers <44> birth certificate in 1886 as a Corn Miller (Journeyman) living in Beighton.

Williamson Glovers <56> birth certificate:
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  REGISTRATION DISTRICT  Chesterfield in the County of Derby
  1861 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Chesterfield in the County of Derby.
  No.  When/Where Born          Name          Sex   Father        Mother             Fathers Occupation   Informant         When Reg.     Registar
  32   Second June 1861         Williamson    Boy   Williamson    Eleanor Glover     Corn Miller          Eleanor Glover    Seventeenth   Robert Shaw
       Brampton Moor, Brampton                      Glover        formerly Oates     Journeyman           Mother            June 1861     Registar
                                                                                                          Brampton Moor, Brampton
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Williamson Glovers <56> and Mary Fairburns <57> marriage certificate:
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1855 Marriage solemnised at the parish church in the parish of Sheffield in the County of York
  No.   When married   Name                Age   Condition   Profession   Residence            Fathers Name        Profession of Father
  93    December 13    Williamson Glover   25    Bachelor    Miller       43 Scotland Street   Williamson Glover   Miller
        1855           Mary Fairburn       19    Spinster    --           47 Scotland Street   William Fairburn    Miller
  Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, by -- or after Bannes by me, (sig) Gamalid Milner
  This marriage was       (sig) Williamson Glover   in the           (sig) George Mirfin
  solumnized between us,  (sig) Mary Fairburn       Presence of us   (sig) John Kirk
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Williamson Glovers <56> death certificate:
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT  Chesterfield
  1933 DEATH in the Sub-district of Eckington in the County of Derby
  No.  When/Where Born             Name          Sex     Age     Occupation   Cause of death          Informant               When Reg.      Registar
  342  Fifth July 1933             Williamson    Male    72      Licensed     1(a) Myocardial         M.E.Ward                Sixth July     J.E.Cope
       "George and Dragon" Hotel,  Glover                years   Victualler   degeneration            Grand-daughter          1933           Registar
       Beighton   RD                                                          No Srn(?)               Present at the Death
                                                                              Certified by            George and Dragon Hotel
                                                                              George R. L____(?)  MB  Beighton
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  M.E.Ward would be Mary Elizabeth Ward, sister of John Ward <7>.


Bedgreave document (on parents Williamson Glover and Eleanor) :
"[Williamson and Eleanor Glover] had 8 children.  Five were still at home. [...]
 Williamson died 1896 but Eleanor lived 37 years at the mill - a tall gentle old lady in a
 white lace cap and shawl - see collection of photos."
[also more info on Williamson <56>'s siblings included in their information above.]


Bedgreave document (on Williamson Glover and Mary Fairburn) :
"[...] [Williamson] was also recorded as a Corn Miller at Beighton. [...]"
"Williamson Glover married Mary Fairburn (Polly) - his cousin.  He worked as a corn miller at
Joey Glovers Mill in Beighton (see figs 8 and 10) with his father.  Polly's sister Eleanor was married
to the Licensee of the George and Dragon Hotel, Beighton, a Mr Harry Hutton.  When they left to take the
Marquis of Granby at Bamford Derbyshire, Williamson and Polly took the 'George' (see fig 11).
They had 3 children, Hilda, Annie and Francis Williamson.  Polly reared ponies and showed them locally.
Francis (Frank) used to ride Jonny the grey pony in processions and carnivals in fancy dress at
Whitsuntide in the village.  Mr and Mrs Glover used to visit Bedgreave in their pony tub [?] or trap
with a grey horse Birdie.  Frank was killed in the 1914-18 war just before the armistice.  Hilda Glover
married John Ward a joiner at the 'Salt house' making ammonium sulphate for export during 1914-18 war.
He was an athlete and footballer who lived with relatives in Woodhouse.  There is a road named after him."
"When Williamson died Polly kept the 'George'.  During the 2nd W.War a land mine dropped near the
railway and River Rother.  It blasted the front of the Hotel breaking windows, shredding curtains and
damaging the interior - bottles of spirit were untouched but the shock killed Polly 2 weeks later.
It was said a direct hit on the railway would have wiped out the village.  Annie married Mr Purley."



GRO reference from ancestry.co.uk (Civil Registration Index) :
Glover, Williamson
  Year: 1861
  Quarter: September
  Record Type: Births
  Volume: 7b
  District: Chesterfield
  Page: 546
NB. This seems to be WRONG.  A search on 1837online.com, including the page image itself, shows this should say JUNE 1861.

1871 census:
Township:           Sheffield
Municipal Borough:  Sheffield
Municipal Ward:     St Peter
Parliamentary Boro: Sheffield
Town:               Sheffield
Local Board:        Sheffield
Ecclesiastical District: St Mary
Address: 16 St Mary's Road
  Name                 Rel.      M.Status  Age        Occupation               Birthplace
  Williamson Glover    Head      marr      43         Corn Miller Journeyman   Lincolnshire Willingham
  Eleanor Glover       Wife      marr      39 (37?)                            Notts Worksop
  Mary Eliz'th Glover  daur                13                                  Notts Worksop
  Williamson Glover    son                  9         Scholar                  Derbyshire Chesterfield
  Annie Glover         daur                 7         Scholar                  Derbyshire Chesterfield
  Joseph Oates Glover  son                  3                                  Yorkshire Masbro
  Sarah Glover         daur                 3 weeks                            Yorkshire Sheffield
Source information:
  PRO Reference    RG10/4685
  Registration district:    Sheffield
  Sub-registration district:    South Sheffield
  ED, institution, or vessel:    9
  Folio:    70
  Page:    28
  Household schedule number:    142

1881 Census:
 Name                  Relation    Marital Status  Gender    Age   Birthplace                          Occupation            Disability
 William GLOVER         Head        M               Male      53    Willingham, Lincoln, England        Corn Miller
 Eleanor GLOVER         Wife        M               Female    49    South Lodge, Nottingham, England    Corn Miller Wife
 Williamson GLOVER      Son         U               Male      19    Brampton Chesterfield               Corn Miller
 Annie GLOVER           Daur        U               Female    17    Brampton Chesterfield               Pupil Teacher (School)
 Joseph GLOVER          Son                         Male      13    Masbro, York, England               Scholar
 Sarah GLOVER           Daur                        Female    10    Sheffield, York, England            Scholar
 George GLOVER          Son                         Male      7     Beighton, Derby, England            Scholar
Source Information:
  Dwelling       Manvers Rd
  Census Place   Beighton, Derby, England
  Family History Library Film    1342129
  Public Records Office Reference    RG11
  Piece / Folio  4670 / 31
  Page Number    56

1891 Census:
Glover, Williamson
  Relationship: Head
  County: Derbyshire
  Age: 29
  Civil Parish: Beighton
  Gender: Male
  ED: 1
  Where Born: Derbyshire, Chesterfield
  Eccl. Parish: St Mary
  Piece: RG12/3844
  Town: Beighton
  Folio: 24
  Page: 41
Civil parish: Beighton
Town: Beighton
Rural sanitary district: Rotherham
Parliamentary borough: N. Derbyshire
Ecclesiastical parish: St Mary
Administrative county: Derby
Page 41
schedule 219: Main Rd
 Name                 Relation    M.Status  Age  Occupation    Birthplace
 Williamson Glover    Head        M         29   Miller        Chesterfield, Derbyshire
 Mary Glover          Wife        M         25                 Woodhouse, Yorkshire
 Hilda Glover         Daur                  4                  Beighton, Derbyshire
 Annie Glover         Daur                  10m                Beighton, Derbyshire
 James _ Waddington   Boarder     S         21   Clerk         Retford, Nottinghamshire


1901 Census on Mary Elizabeth Dawson (Mary Elizabeth Glover) :

Street address: Bedgreave Mill Ho
Civil parish: Wales
Ecclesiastical parish: Wales St John
Town: Waleswood
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England
Registration district: Worksop
Sub-registration district: Anston
ED, institution, or vessel: 4
Household schedule number: 168
Source Citation: Class: RG13; Piece: 3128; Folio: 89; Page: 34.

 Name                 Relation    M.Status  Age  Occupation              Birthplace          Deaf/Dumb/Blind/Imbecile   EstBYear
 Mary E Dawson        Head        Wid       43   Miller + farmer         Notts Worksop       /                          about 1858
 Edwin G Dawson       Son         S         22   Miller fRelson          Yorks Bedgreave                                about 1879
 Eleanor E Dawson     Daur        S         20   Miller                  Yorks Bedgreave                                about 1881
 Frances B Dawson     Son         S         18   Miller fRelson          Yorks Bedgreave                                about 1883
 Eleanor Glover       Mother      Wid       69                           Notts Worksop       /                          about 1832
 Sarah Stafford       Sister      M         30                           Yorks Sheffield                                about 1871
 George Glover        Bro.        S         27   Railway Engine Stoker   Yorks Bedgreave                                about 1874
 James G Stafford     Nephew      S          1                           Derbys New Mills                               about 1900


1901 census:
----
  PRO Reference	Schedule Number:
    RG Number   Series   Piece  Folio  Page
    RG13        3259     100    38     180
  Address	 High St
  Civil Parish	Beighton
  Rural District	--
  Town or Village or Hamlet	Beighton
  Parliamentary Borough or Division	North Eastern
  Ecclesiastical Parish	Beighton
  Administrative County	Derby
  County Borough, Municipal Borough or Urban District	--
  Ward of Municipal Borough or Urban District	--
  --
  William Glover
    Relation to Head of Family	Head
    Condition as to Marriage	M
    Age Last Birthday	39
    Sex	M
    Profession or Occupation	Coal Miner Filler
    Employment Status	Worker
    Where Born	Derbys Brampton
    Language	--
    Infirmity	--
  --
  Mary Glover
    Relation to Head of Family	Wife
    Condition as to Marriage	M
    Age Last Birthday	35
    Sex	 F
    Profession or Occupation	Dressmaker
    Employment Status	Own Account working at home
    Where Born	Yorks Woodhouse
    Language	--
    Infirmity	--
  --
  Hilda Glover
    Relation to Head of Family	Daughter
    Condition as to Marriage	--
    Age Last Birthday	14
    Sex	 F
    Profession or Occupation	School
    Employment Status	Undefined
    Where Born	Derby Beighton
    Language	--
    Infirmity	--
  --
  Annie Glover
    Relation to Head of Family	Daughter
    Condition as to Marriage	--
    Age Last Birthday	10
    Sex	 F
    Profession or Occupation	School
    Employment Status	Undefined
    Where Born	Derby Beighton
    Language	--
    Infirmity	--
  --
  Francis W Glover
    Relation to Head of Family	Son
    Condition as to Marriage	--
    Age Last Birthday	2
    Sex	 M
    Profession or Occupation	--
    Employment Status	Undefined
    Where Born	Derby Beighton
    Language	--
    Infirmity	--
----

1891 Census entry for Annie and Fred Mosley, and bro-in-law Joseph:
Glover, Joseph G
  Relationship: Brother-in-law
  County: Yorkshire
  Age: 23
  Civil Parish: Brightside Bierlow
  Gender: Male
  ED: 8
  Where Born: Yorkshire, Masbro  [Transcription said Yorkshire, Newbrough - wrongly]
  Eccl. Parish: Wicker Trinity
  Piece: RG12/3829
  Town:
  Folio: 10
  Page: 14
Civil parish: Brightside, Bierlow
Town:
Rural sanitary district:
Parliamentary borough:
Ecclesiastical parish:
Administrative county: Sheffield
Page 14
schedule 79: 63 Nottingham Street
 Name                 Relation        M.Status  Age  Occupation           Birthplace
 Frederick Mosley     Head            M         27   Railway Clerk        Beighton, Derbyshire
 Annie Mosley         Wife            M         26                        Chesterfield, Derbyshire
 Marianne Mosley      Daur                      2                         Sheffield, Yorkshire
 Joseph G. Glover     Brother in law  S         23   Grocers Assistant    Masbro, Yorkshire

1837online.com births search for Williamson Glover (23/10/2003) :
Mar 1861  GLO/2  GLOVER, William, Liverpool, 8b/152
                 GLOVER, William, Prescot, 8b/499
                 GLOVER, William, Wellingbro, 3b/143
                 GLOVER, William, Camberwell, 1d/521
                 GLOVER, William, Kensington, 1a/132
                 GLOVER, William, Prescot, 8b/488
                 GLOVER, William Henry, Prescot, 8b/491
Jun 1861  GLO/2  GLOVER, Williamson, Chesterfield, 7b/546 ****************
                 4 other William's
Sep 1861  GLO/1  several William's
Dec 1861  GlO/1  several William's

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Jun 1861
  Name:    Williamson Glover
  Mothers maiden name: ???
  District: Chesterfield
  Vol/Page: 7b/546
  Researched: 23/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 27/10/2003.  Received 05/11/2003.

1837online.com deaths search for Williamson Glover (23/10/2003) :
Mar 1933  GLO/2  several William's
Jun 1933  GLO/2  GLOVER, William, 67, Wolverhampton, 6b/469  {{had to disable firewall}}
Sep 1933  GLO/2  GLOVER, Williamson, 72, Chesterfield, 7b/671 *********************************

GRO death index:
  Quarter: Sep 1933
  Name:    Williamson Glover
  Age/DOB: 72
  District: Chesterfield
  Vol/Page: 7b/671
  Researched: 23/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 27/10/2003.  Received 05/11/2003.

1837online.com marriages for Mary Fairburn and Williamson Glover 1881-1891 (25/10/2003) :
Mar 1885  FAI/1  one Mary Fairbairn, Newcastle T., 10b/37
Jun 1885  FAI/1  --
Sep 1885  FAI/1  --
Dec 1885  FAI/1  Mary Fairburn, Sheffield, 9c/647  ******************
          GLO/1  Williamson Glover, Sheffield, 9c/647  **************

GRO marriage index:
  Quarter: Dec 1885
  Grooms Name: Williamson Glover
  Brides Name: Mary Fairburn
  District: Sheffield
  Vol/Page: 9c/647
  Researched: 25/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 27/10/2003.  Received 05/11/2003.

1837online search for birth of Joseph Glover (08/05/2004) :
Sep 1866  GLO/1  GLOVER, Joseph, Prescot, 8b/601
                 GLOVER, Joseph I, Preston, 8e/501(601?)
                 GLOVER, Joseph W, Nottingham, 7b/220
Dec 1866  GLO/2  GLOVER, Joseph, Warrington, 8c/138
                 GLOVER, Joseph, Stourbridge, 6c/229
                 GLOVER, Joseph, Southwell, 7b/257
                 GLOVER, Joseph, W.Derby, 8c/340
Mar 1867  GLO/1  GLOVER, Joseph, Chorley, 8c/427
                 GLOVER, Joseph Ellis, Ashton (Ashlon?), 8d/426
Jun 1867  GLO/1  GLOVER, Joseph, Newbury, 2c/240
Sep 1867  GLO/2  --
Dec 1867  GLO/2  GLOVER, James Joseph, W.Derby, 8b/493
Mar 1868  GLO/2  GLOVER, Joseph, Clerkenwell, 1b/686
                 GLOVER, Joseph Oates, Rotherham, 9c/535
Jun 1868  GLO/1  GLOVER, Joseph Henry, Stourbridge, 6c/188(?)
Sep 1868  GLO/1  GLOVER, Joseph, W.Derby, 8b/456
                 GLOVER, Joseph Robinson, W.Derby, 8b/375(875?)
Dec 1868  GLO/1  GLOVER, Joseph, Bury, 8c/476
                 GLOVER, Joseph Dean, Wigan, 8c/44


Gareth Horne, Rother Valley Country Park (RCVP) Rangers, 21/01/2004 :
  "The last known resident [of Bedgreave Mill] to my knowledge was Mary Godfrey
  who lived in the farmhouse that is now the parks office when she was a girl.
  I did meet her when I first started work here in 1992, however she died a
  couple of years ago. I Do recall she had a son called Christopher but
  unfortunately I do not have any idea where he lives or contact details."
So Mary Godfrey, nee Mary K A Dawson, died in approximately 2002.


1901 census for Joseph G Glover:

Administrative County: Lancashire
Civil Parish: Bolton
Eccl Parish: Tonge, St Augustines
County Borough: Bolton
Ward of Municipal Borough: Tonge
Parliamentary Division: Westhaughton
Address: 237 Tonge Moor Rd

Name                   Rel     Marr    Age    Occupation                  Empl/Wrkr       Birthplace        Deaf/Blind/Lunatic/Imbecile
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Joseph G(?) Glover     Head    M       33     Grocer's Assistant          Worker          Yorks Masbro      {ticked}
Maria Glover           Wife    M       34     Contralto Music Vocalist    Own Account     Yorks Scarboro    {ticked}



1911 Census - Williamson Glover (1828) and Mary (Polly), with son Francis
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN21131 RG78PN1259 RD438 SD4 ED1 SN240
Schedule Number: 240
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Derbyshire
District: Chesterfield
Subdistrict: Eckington
Enumeration District: 1
Parish: Beighton
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 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace         Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~   Born   ~    ~
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Williamson Glover    Head         M   49  Married           5   3   2   Publican George & Dragon Inn                                   Brampton Derbys    c1862  <56>
 Mary Glover          Wife         F   45  Married   25                                                                                 Woodhouse Derbys   c1866  Mary Fairburn <57>
 Francis W Glover     Son          M   12                                School                                                         Beighton Derbys    c1899  <<44>>
 Phoebe Hall          Servant      F   17  Single                        General Servant Domestic                                       Woodhouse Derbys   c1894
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Number of Rooms 8
    Signature       (sig) Williamson Glover
    Postal Address  George & Dragon, Beighton, Sheffield
---------------------------------------------------------



1911 Census - Francis (Frank) Dawson, grandmother Eleanor Glover (Eleanor Oates), and uncle George Glover
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN20254 RG78PN1213 RD427 SD3 ED7 SN227
Schedule Number: 227
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Nottinghamshire
District: Worksop
Subdistrict: Anston
Enumeration District: 7
Parish: Wales
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace                   Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~    ~    ~   Born   ~    ~
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Francis Dawson       Head         M   28  Single    -       -   -   -   Miller (Corn)                                Employer    -        Yorkshire Wales           c1883  Frank Dawson <<56>>
 Eleanor Glover       Grandmother  F   79  Widow                         -                                            -           -        Nottinghamshire Wolbeck   c1832  Eleanor Oates <81>
 George Glover        Boarder      M   37  Single    -       -   -   -   Railway Engine Driver                        Worker      -        Yorkshire Wales           c1874  <<56>>
 George Binns         Boarder      M   23  Single    -       -   -   -   Millers Carter                               Worker      -        Yorkshire Aston           c1888
 Alice Julien         Servant      F   18  Single    -       -   -   -   Servant (Domestic)                           Worker      -        Derbyshire Killamarsh     c1893
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Number of Rooms 10
    Signature       (sig) Francis Dawson
    Postal Address  Bedgreave Mill, Wales, nr Sheffield
---------------------------------------------------------



Scanned pages of handwritten text in the bedgreave document, which appear to be from a Mirfin family bible, read:
   ################################################
   # George Mirfin Jan ?? Born Jan 21 1855
   # -------------------
   # George Mirfin Jan 21 1855
   # -------------------
   # Ann Elizabeth Mirfin Born November 11th 1864
   # {rest of the column is unreadble}
   #
   # {new column on same page}
   # George Mirfin Born 1816
   # Elizabeth Mirfin Born 1820
   # John Mirfin Born 1847
   # -------------------
   # George Mirfin Born December 24th 1816
   # Elizabeth Mirfin Born Jan 22nd 1820
   # John Mirfin Born August 22nd 1841
   # Ann Mirfin Born Feb 10th 1844
   # Ann Mirfin Died 5 June 1851
   # {rest of the column is unreadable}
   #
   ################################################
   # {new page}
   # {number '1883' in top left corner of page}
   #  ---    ---    ---    ---
   # George Mirfin Born Jan 21st 1855
   # Jane Mirfin Born March 15th 1859
   #  ---    ---    ---    ---
   # Florence Ethel Mirfin
   # Daughter of G & Jane Mirfin
   # Born ????? 13th 1880
   #  ---    ---    ---    ---
   # George Williamson Mirfin Son of
   # G & Jane Mirfin
   # Born March 27th 1882
   #  ---    ---    ---    ---
   # Mary Elizabeth Mirfin
   # Daughter of G & Jane Mirfin
   # Born May 25th 1884
   #  ---    ---    ---    ---
   # Eleanor Glover Mirfin
   # Daughter of G & Jane Mirfin
   # Born July 25th 18{8?}7
   #  ---    ---    ---    ---
   # Jessie Oates Mirfin
   # Daughter of G & Jane Mirfin
   # Born August 20th 1889
   #
   # {next page seems to be the first printed page of the bible,
   #  with 'KING OF G....' 'The Transl....' 'Great and manifold....' 'The father of all me....' etc.
   #  Possibly this is the preface to the King James Bible.}
   ################################################

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <57>
Status:   D
Name:     \Mary Fairburn\
          Also known as Polly
Gender:   F
Gen:      -4
Position: 00011
Born:     28/12/1865, Woodhouse, Yorkshire [birth cert] [NB: Year at top of cert says 1866!]
          c1865, Woodhouse, Yorkshire [1891C]
          c1866, Woodhouse, Yorkshire [1901C]
          c1866, Woodhouse, Derbyshire [1911C]
Married:  13/12/1885, "the parish church in the parish of Sheffield"
Died:     26/05/1941, George & Dragon Hotel, High Street, Beighton, Yorkshire [death cert]
          1941 [Bedgreave document]
Partner:  <56>
Child:    <44>
Father:   <58>
Mother:   <59>
Sibling:  \Eleanor Fairburn\
            Aged 15 in 1891, so born c1876, Beighton, Yorkshire; living at Main Rd, Beighton, Yorkshire [1891]
              "Polly's sister Eleanor was married to the Licensee of the George and Dragon Hotel, Beighton, a Mr Harry Hutton.
               When they left to take the Marquis of Granby at Bamford Derbyshire, Williamson and Polly took the 'George'."  [bedgreave doc]
            Married \Harry Hutton\
          \Sally Fairburn\
              "Mr Mosley had 2 brothers. One was Stationmaster at Cleethorpes - he married Polly's sister Sally Fairburn."  [bedgreave doc]
            Married \____ Mosley\
            She had a sister in law Annie Glover (sister of Williamson Glover <56>) who married one of the other two Mosley brothers
          \Annie Fairburn\
            Aged 17 in 1891, so born c1874, Beighton, Yorkshire; living at Main Rd, Beighton, Yorkshire [1891]
            Married \___ Stone\
Notes:

See Williamson Glover <56> for information on her and Williamson from the bedgreave document.

Bedgreave document (on Williamson Glover and Mary Fairburn) :
"Williamson Glover married Mary Fairburn (Polly) - his cousin.    Polly's sister Eleanor was married
to the Licensee of the George and Dragon Hotel, Beighton, a Mr Harry Hutton.  When they left to take the
Marquis of Granby at Bamford Derbyshire, Williamson and Polly took the 'George' (see fig 11).
They had 3 children, Hilda, Annie and Francis Williamson.  Polly reared ponies and showed them locally.
Francis (Frank) used to ride Jonny the grey pony in processions and carnivals in fancy dress at
Whitsuntide in the village.  Mr and Mrs Glover used to visit Bedgreave in their pony tub [?] or trap
with a grey horse Birdie.  Frank was killed in the 1914-18 war just before the armistice.  Hilda Glover
married John Ward a joiner at the 'Salt house' making ammonium sulphate for export during 1914-18 war.
He was an athlete and footballer who lived with relatives in Woodhouse.  There is a road named after him."
"When Williamson died Polly kept the 'George'.  During the 2nd W.War a land mine dropped near the
railway and River Rother.  It blasted the front of the Hotel breaking windows, shredding curtains and
damaging the interior - bottles of spirit were untouched but the shock killed Polly 2 weeks later.
It was said a direct hit on the railway would have wiped out the village.  Annie married Mr Purley."


Hilda's <44> mother was Mary Fairburn <57> who died in 1941.
Her Father was Williamson Glover <56>, who lived 1861 to 1933.

Mary Fairburn <57> birth certificate:
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT  Sheffield
  1866 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Handsworth in the County of York.
  No.  When/Where Born               Name          Sex   Father        Mother             Fathers Occupation   Informant         When Reg.       Registar
  231  Twenty Eighth December 1865   Mary          Girl  William       Annie Fairburn     Miller               W.Fairburn        Twenty Fourth   George Silmay(?)
       Woodhouse                     Fairburn            Fairburn      formerly Glover                         Father            January 1866    Registar
                                                                                                               Woodhouse
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Williamson Glovers <56> and Mary Fairburns <57> marriage certificate:
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1855 Marriage solemnised at the parish church in the parish of Sheffield in the County of York
  No.   When married   Name                Age   Condition   Profession   Residence            Fathers Name        Profession of Father
  93    December 13    Williamson Glover   25    Bachelor    Miller       43 Scotland Street   Williamson Glover   Miller
        1855           Mary Fairburn       19    Spinster    --           47 Scotland Street   William Fairburn    Miller
  Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, by -- or after Bannes by me, (sig) Gamalid Milner
  This marriage was       (sig) Williamson Glover   in the           (sig) George Mirfin
  solumnized between us,  (sig) Mary Fairburn       Presence of us   (sig) John Kirk
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Mary Glovers <57> death certificate:
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT  Chesterfield
  1941 DEATH in the Sub-district of Eckington in the County of Derby
  No.  When/Where Born             Name          Sex     Age     Occupation   Cause of death              Informant               When Reg.       Registar
  390  Twenty sixth May 1941       Mary          Female  75      Widow of     1(a) Myocardial             Samuel Purdy            Twenty Seventh  W A Watson
       George & Dragon Hotel,      Glover                years   Williamson   degeneration                Son in law              May 1941        Registar
       High Street, Beighton  RD                                 Glover       (b) Chronic myocarditis     Present at the Death
                                                                 Licensed     Certified by                10 High Street
                                                                 Victualler   L. A. di Dombar (?) LMSSA   Mosborough Sheffield
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1837online.com births search for Mary/Polly Fairburn (23/10/2003) :
Dec 1864  FAI/1  FAIRBAIRN, Mary Ann, Newcastle T., 10b/114
                 FAIRBURN, Mary, Bradford Yk, 9b/131 ????
Mar 1865  FAI/1  --
Jun 1865  FAI/1  --
Sep 1865  FAI/1  FAIRBAIRN, Mary, Morpeth, 10b/305
                 FAIRBAIRN, Mary Ann Patience, Lambeth, 1d/276
Dec 1865  FAI/1  FAIRBAIRN, Mary Ann, Darlington, 10a/9
Mar 1866  FAI/1  FAIRBURN, Mary, Rochdale, 8c/67
                 FAIRBURN, Mary, Sheffield, 9c/462 *************
Jun 1866  FAI/1  --
Sep 1866  FAI/1  FAIRBURN, Mary E., 'Bradford, York', 9b/26 ?????
Dec 1866  FAI/1  FAIRBAIRN, Mary A., Newcastle T., 10b/108

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Mar 1866
  Name:    Mary Fairburn
  Mothers maiden name: ???
  District: Sheffield
  Vol/Page: 9c/462
  Researched: 23/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 27/10/2003.  Received 05/11/2003.

1837online.com deaths search for Mary/Polly Fairburn (23/10/2003) :
Mar 1940  GLO/1  GLOVER, Mary, 72, Leigh, 8c/664
                 one other Mary aged 80
Jun 1940  GLO/2  GLOVER, Mary A., 77, Devon Central, 5b/98
                 other Mary's aged 64,84,71
Sep 1940  GLO/2  GLOVER, 72, Barnsley, 9c/417
                 other Mary's aged 85,53
Dec 1940  GLO/1  five Mary's, none aged 76
Mar 1941  GLO/1  many Mary's aged between 45 and 94, none aged 76
Jun 1941  GLO/2  GLOVER, Mary, 75, Chesterfield, 7b/1399  *************
                 GLOVER, Mary A., 74, Newcastle T., 10b/34
                 GLOVER, Mary E., 73, W.Bromwich, 6b/1379
                 other Mary's not in age range
Sep 1941  GLO/1  one Mary, aged 68
Dec 1941  GLO/2  GLOVER, Mary E., 74, Brixworth, 3b/220
                 one other Mary, aged 71
Mar 1942  GLO/1  GLOVER, Mary E., 72, Barrow S., 7a/327
                 two other Mary's, aged 61 and 68
Jun 1942  GLO/1  GLOVER, Mary, 76, Neath, 11a/809  ????
                 three other Mary's, aged 84, 48 and zero
Sep 1942  GLO/1  GLOVER, Mary E., 78, Leicester, 7a/220
Dec 1942  GLO/1&2  one Mary aged 0 (zero), others aged 87, 6, 83, 60

GRO death index:
  Quarter: Jun 1941
  Name:    Mary Fairburn
  Age/DOB: 75
  District: Chesterfield
  Vol/Page: 7b/1399
  Researched: 23/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 27/10/2003.  Received 05/11/2003.

1837online.com marriages for Mary Fairburn and Williamson Glover 1881-1891 (25/10/2003) :
Mar 1885  FAI/1  one Mary Fairbairn, Newcastle T., 10b/37
Jun 1885  FAI/1  --
Sep 1885  FAI/1  --
Dec 1885  FAI/1  Mary Fairburn, Sheffield, 9c/647  ******************
          GLO/1  Williamson Glover, Sheffield, 9c/647  **************

GRO marriage index:
  Quarter: Dec 1885
  Grooms Name: Williamson Glover
  Brides Name: Mary Fairburn
  District: Sheffield
  Vol/Page: 9c/647
  Researched: 25/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 27/10/2003.  Received 05/11/2003.

The Bedgreave Mill document names Isaac Fairburn as Mary Fairburn's <57> father,
and Mary Oates (maiden name, sister of Eleanor Oates <81>) as her mother.
This is incorrect.  Mary Fairburns <57> birth certificate and marriage certificate
(to Williamson Glover <56>) both name her father as William Fairburn <58>, a Miller.
The birth certificate names her mother as one Annie Fairburn <59> (born Glover).
That maiden name Glover is interesting, and may tie in with the Bedgreave
document briefly mentioning (without details) that Williamson Glover <56>
and Mary Fairburn <57> were cousins in some way.



1891 Census:
Glover, Williamson
  Relationship: Head
  County: Derbyshire
  Age: 29
  Civil Parish: Beighton
  Gender: Male
  ED: 1
  Where Born: Derbyshire, Chesterfield
  Eccl. Parish: St Mary
  Piece: RG12/3844
  Town: Beighton
  Folio: 24
  Page: 41
Civil parish: Beighton
Town: Beighton
Rural sanitary district: Rotherham
Parliamentary borough: N. Derbyshire
Ecclesiastical parish: St Mary
Administrative county: Derby
Page 41
schedule 219: Main Rd
 Name                 Relation    M.Status  Age  Occupation    Birthplace
 Williamson Glover    Head        M         29   Miller        Chesterfield, Derbyshire
 Mary Glover          Wife        M         25                 Woodhouse, Yorkshire
 Hilda Glover         Daur                  4                  Beighton, Derbyshire
 Annie Glover         Daur                  10m                Beighton, Derbyshire
 James _ Waddington   Boarder     S         21   Clerk         Retford, Nottinghamshire

1901 census:
----
  PRO Reference	Schedule Number:
    RG Number   Series   Piece  Folio  Page
    RG13        3259     100    38     180
  Address	 High St
  Civil Parish	Beighton
  Rural District	--
  Town or Village or Hamlet	Beighton
  Parliamentary Borough or Division	North Eastern
  Ecclesiastical Parish	Beighton
  Administrative County	Derby
  County Borough, Municipal Borough or Urban District	--
  Ward of Municipal Borough or Urban District	--
  --
  William Glover
    Relation to Head of Family	Head
    Condition as to Marriage	M
    Age Last Birthday	39
    Sex	M
    Profession or Occupation	Coal Miner Filler
    Employment Status	Worker
    Where Born	Derbys Brampton
    Language	--
    Infirmity	--
  --
  Mary Glover
    Relation to Head of Family	Wife
    Condition as to Marriage	M
    Age Last Birthday	35
    Sex	 F
    Profession or Occupation	Dressmaker
    Employment Status	Own Account working at home
    Where Born	Yorks Woodhouse
    Language	--
    Infirmity	--
  --
  Hilda Glover
    Relation to Head of Family	Daughter
    Condition as to Marriage	--
    Age Last Birthday	14
    Sex	 F
    Profession or Occupation	School
    Employment Status	Undefined
    Where Born	Derby Beighton
    Language	--
    Infirmity	--
  --
  Annie Glover
    Relation to Head of Family	Daughter
    Condition as to Marriage	--
    Age Last Birthday	10
    Sex	 F
    Profession or Occupation	School
    Employment Status	Undefined
    Where Born	Derby Beighton
    Language	--
    Infirmity	--
  --
  Francis W Glover
    Relation to Head of Family	Son
    Condition as to Marriage	--
    Age Last Birthday	2
    Sex	 M
    Profession or Occupation	--
    Employment Status	Undefined
    Where Born	Derby Beighton
    Language	--
    Infirmity	--
----



1911 Census - Williamson Glover (1828) and Mary (Polly), with son Francis
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN21131 RG78PN1259 RD438 SD4 ED1 SN240
Schedule Number: 240
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Derbyshire
District: Chesterfield
Subdistrict: Eckington
Enumeration District: 1
Parish: Beighton
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace         Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~   Born   ~    ~
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Williamson Glover    Head         M   49  Married           5   3   2   Publican George & Dragon Inn                                   Brampton Derbys    c1862  <56>
 Mary Glover          Wife         F   45  Married   25                                                                                 Woodhouse Derbys   c1866  Mary Fairburn <57>
 Francis W Glover     Son          M   12                                School                                                         Beighton Derbys    c1899  <<44>>
 Phoebe Hall          Servant      F   17  Single                        General Servant Domestic                                       Woodhouse Derbys   c1894
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Number of Rooms 8
    Signature       (sig) Williamson Glover
    Postal Address  George & Dragon, Beighton, Sheffield
---------------------------------------------------------



1891 Census on Annie <<57>> and Eleanor <<57>> :

Civil parish: Beighton
Ecclesiastical parish: St Mary
Town: Beighton
County/Island: Derbyshire
Country: England
Street address: Main Rd
Registration district: Rotherham
Sub-registration district: Beighton
ED, institution, or vessel: 1
 Name                 Relation    M.Status  Age  Occupation              Birthplace
 Annie Fairburn       Head        M         52                           Lincs Saxilby
 Annie Fairburn       daur        S         17   Pupil Teacher School    Derby Beighton
 Ellen Fairburn       daur        S         15                           Derby Beighton
 Emily Down           Boarder     S         24   Infant School Mistress  Glamorgan Swanswa

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <58>
Status:   D
Name:     \William Fairburn\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -5
Position: 000110
Born:     c1836, Sheriffhutton, Lincoln, England  [1881 census]
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <59>
Child:    <57>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

The Bedgreave Mill document names Isaac Fairburn as Mary Fairburn's <57> father,
and Mary Oates (maiden name, sister of Eleanor Oates <81>) as her mother.
This is incorrect.  Mary Fairburns <57> birth certificate and marriage certificate
(to Williamson Glover <56>) both name her father as William Fairburn <58>, a Miller.
The birth certificate names her mother as one Annie Fairburn <59> (born Glover).
That maiden name Glover is interesting, and may tie in with the Bedgreave
document briefly mentioning (without details) that Williamson Glover <56>
and Mary Fairburn <57> were cousins in some way.

Recorded as a Miller living in Woodhouse on Mary Fairburns <57> birth certificate.

1881 Census:
William FAIRBURN
Male
Other Information:
  Birth Year	1837
  Birthplace	Sheriffhutton, Lincoln, England
  Age	44
  Occupation	Miller Corn
  Marital Status	M {Married}
  Head of Household	William FAIRBURN
  Relation	Head
  Disability
Household:
 Name               Relation   Marital Status   Gender    Age   Birthplace                         Occupation      Disability
 William FAIRBURN    Head       M                Male      44    Sheriffhutton, Lincoln, England    Miller Corn
 Annie FAIRBURN      Wife       M                Female    42    Saxelby, Lincoln, England          Wife
 Elizabeth FAIRBURN  Daur                        Female    12    Woodhouse, York, England           Scholar
 Fanny FAIRBURN      Daur                        Female    9     Woodhouse, York, England           Scholar
 Annie FAIRBURN      Daur                        Female    7     Beighton, Derby, England           Scholar
 Ellen FAIRBURN      Daur                        Female    5     Beighton, Derby, England           Scholar
Source Information:
  Dwelling  	Nr P Office Main St
  Census Place	Beighton, Derby, England
  Family History Library Film  	1342129
  Public Records Office Reference  	RG11
  Piece / Folio  	4670 / 8
  Page Number  	9

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <59>
Status:   D
Name:     \Ann Glover\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -5
Position: 000111
Born:     c1838, Saxelby, Lincolnshire  [1881 census]
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <58>
Child:    <57>
Father:   <106>
Mother:   <107>
Sibling:  Williamson Glover, etc. <80>
Notes:

Related to Williamson Glover <80> ??

The Bedgreave Mill document names Isaac Fairburn as Mary Fairburn's <57> father,
and Mary Oates (maiden name, sister of Eleanor Oates <81>) as her mother.
This is incorrect.  Mary Fairburns <57> birth certificate and marriage certificate
(to Williamson Glover <56>) both name her father as William Fairburn <58>, a Miller.
The birth certificate names her mother as one Annie Fairburn <59> (born Glover).
That maiden name Glover is interesting, and may tie in with the Bedgreave
document briefly mentioning (without details) that Williamson Glover <56>
and Mary Fairburn <57> were cousins in some way.

--

Known facts about Ann Glover <<80>> :
  In 1841: Aged 3, born Lincolnshire; living at Saxilby, Lincolnshire [1841C]
  Christened 12/08/1837, Saxilby, Lincolnshire, England  [IGI]
  The 1841 census would indicate she was born c1838.  Although the 1841 does not state relationships,
  the IGI christening states Ann's parents to be the same as the others of Williamson's <80> siblings,
    therefore we can say she is a sibling.
  born 1835 [AB]
  Annie Glover <59> was born c1838, Saxelby, Lincolnshire, and is states in the Bedgreave document
    that Mary Fairburn <57> and Williamson Glover <56> were cousins.  If Ann Glover, sister of
    Williamson Glover <80> is the same as Annie Glover <59>, this would be true, and fits with
    the known dates and places of Annie's birth.

1841 census:

Civil parish: Saxelby
Hundred: Lawress
County/Island: Lincolnshire
Country: England
Street address: Saxilby

Source information: HO107/643/10
Registration district: Lincoln
Sub-registration district: Lincoln North East
ED, institution, or vessel: 14
Folio: 5
Page: 2 (click to see others on page)
Line number: 1
GSU Number: 438768

Name                  MF  Age     Occupation       Birthplace    EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
George Glover         M   45      Farmer           Y             abt 1796  George Glover <106>
Mary Glover           F   42                       Y             abt 1799  Mary Page <107>
John Glover           M   21                       Y             abt 1820
Sarah Glover          F   19                       Y             abt 1822
Theodocia Glover      F   15                       Y             abt 1826
Williamson Glover     M   13                       Y             abt 1828  Williamson Glover <80>
George Glover         M   10                       Y             abt 1831
Mary Glover           F    7                       Y             abt 1834
Jane Glover           F    5                       Y             abt 1836
Ann Glover            F    3                       Y             abt 1838
Joseph Glover         M    5 months                Y             abt 1841
Edward Houghilby      M   22      Ag Lab           Y             abt 1819
Thomas Smith          M   20      Ag Lab           Y             abt 1821
James Rowson          M   15      Ag Lab           Y             abt 1826
Jane Cox              F   18      F.S              Y             abt 1823

Search of IGI for children of George Glover <106> and Mary <107> in 1837-1841 in Lincolnshire [IGI]
(07/11/2004) :

Name                      Christened                                           Father            Mother  Confirmed Relevant
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Glover                14 NOV 1819, Wickenby, Lincoln, England              GEORGE GLOVER     MARY   Probably
Sarah Glover               23 DEC 1821, Willingham By Stow, Lincoln, England    GEORGE GLOVER     MARY   Yes
Elizabeth Glover           14 NOV 1823, Willingham By Stow, Lincoln, England    GEORGE GLOVER     MARY   Yes
Theodosia Glover           26 FEB 1826, Willingham By Stow, Lincoln, England    GEORGE GLOVER     MARY   Yes
William Glover             04 MAY 1828, Willingham By Stow, Lincoln, England    GEORGE GLOVER     MARY   Yes
Mary Glover                25 AUG 1833, Saxilby, Lincoln, England               GEORGE GLOVER     MARY   Yes
Jane Glover                12 MAY 1835, Saxilby, Lincoln, England               GEORGE GLOVER     MARY   Yes
Anne Glover                12 AUG 1837, Saxelby, , Lincoln, England             George Glover     Mary   Yes

William Glover (1828) is none other than our friend Williamson Glover.
Sarah Glover (1821), Elizabath Glover (1823) and Theodosia Glover (1826) match data from Anne Bowen.
Anne Glover (1837) _may_ be the same Anne Glover born 1835 in Anne Bowens information.
John Glover (1819) and Jane Glover (1835) are not in Anne Bowens data (as of 06/11/2004).
Note that John Glover was christened in Wickenby, the same place as parents George Glover <106>
  and Mary <107> were married, in July 1819 only 4-5 months before John's christening.
Note also what appear to be shifts from Wickenby to Willingham in 1819-1821, and from Willingham
to Saxilby in 1828-1833.

"Saxilby with Ingleby" is in the registration district of Lincoln, according to
http://www.fhsc.org.uk/genuki/REG/lin.htm#linc, as also is Wickenby.

--

Known facts about Annie Glover <59> :
  In 1881: aged 42 (so born c1839), born Saxelby, Lincoln, England; Living at 'Nr P Office Main St', Beighton, Derby, England  [1881C]
  Christened 02/04/1837, Deeping St. James, Lincoln, England; duaghter of William Glover and Mary [IGI]

1881 Census:
William FAIRBURN
Male
Other Information:
  Birth Year	1837
  Birthplace	Sheriffhutton, Lincoln, England
  Age	44
  Occupation	Miller Corn
  Marital Status	M {Married}
  Head of Household	William FAIRBURN
  Relation	Head
  Disability
Household:
 Name               Relation   Marital Status   Gender    Age   Birthplace                         Occupation      Disability
 William FAIRBURN    Head       M                Male      44    Sheriffhutton, Lincoln, England    Miller Corn
 Annie FAIRBURN      Wife       M                Female    42    Saxelby, Lincoln, England          Wife
 Elizabeth FAIRBURN  Daur                        Female    12    Woodhouse, York, England           Scholar
 Fanny FAIRBURN      Daur                        Female    9     Woodhouse, York, England           Scholar
 Annie FAIRBURN      Daur                        Female    7     Beighton, Derby, England           Scholar
 Ellen FAIRBURN      Daur                        Female    5     Beighton, Derby, England           Scholar
Source Information:
  Dwelling  	Nr P Office Main St
  Census Place	Beighton, Derby, England
  Family History Library Film  	1342129
  Public Records Office Reference  	RG11
  Piece / Folio  	4670 / 8
  Page Number  	9

1891 Census:

Civil parish: Beighton
Ecclesiastical parish: St Mary
Town: Beighton
County/Island: Derbyshire
Country: England
Street address: Main Rd
Registration district: Rotherham
Sub-registration district: Beighton
ED, institution, or vessel: 1
 Name                 Relation    M.Status  Age  Occupation              Birthplace
 Annie Fairburn       Head        M         52                           Lincs Saxilby
 Annie Fairburn       daur        S         17   Pupil Teacher School    Derby Beighton
 Ellen Fairburn       daur        S         15                           Derby Beighton
 Emily Down           Boarder     S         24   Infant School Mistress  Glamorgan Swanswa


IGI:
ANN GLOVER
Female
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening: 02 APR 1837    Deeping St. James, Lincoln, England
  Death:
  Burial:
Parents:
  Father: WILLIAM GLOVER
  Mother: MARY
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record.
  The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:    Dates:          Source Call No.:     Type:    Printout Call No.:    Type:
  C028771       1791 - 1860     0421986              Film     6907684               Film
  Sheet: 00

--

Between the statement in the Bedgreave document, and the closeness of the details of
Annie <59> and Ann <<80>>, I think we can say they are the same lady.

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <60>
Status:   D
Name:     \Benjamin Hodgkins\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -5
Position: 001000
Born:     c1815, Needwood Forrest, Staffordshire [1851C]
          Aged 50 in 1870 marriage to Ann Bostock <25> suggesting birth in c1820.
Married:  Maria <61>: 05/10/1834, Tamworth, Stafford, England [IGI]
          Ann <25> : 16/01/1870, Parish Church, Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire [cert]
Died:     ???
Partner:  Maria <61>
          Ann <25>
Child:    <50> by Maria <61>
Father:   <125>
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

Identified as father of Joseph Hodgkins <50> on marriage certificate of Joseph Hodgkins <50> and Georgiana Lancashire <51>
(date 31/05/1862).  He is stated to be a Labourer.

That indentifiation of Benjamin as Joseph's father enables the following christening record of Joesph to be
confirmed as relevant:
JOSEPH HODGKINS
  Male
Christening:
  11 OCT 1835
  Saint Chad, Lichfield, Stafford, England
Parents:
  Father: BENJAMIN HODGKINS
  Mother: MARIE
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record.
  The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:  Dates:       Source Call No.:  Type:   Printout Call No.:  Type:
  C039311     1813 - 1864  0435789           Film    0883718             Film
  C039311     1865 - 1877  0435790           Film    NONE
  Sheet: 00

A search of the IGI for a marriage came up with:
+--
| BENJAMIN HODGKINS
|   Male
| Event(s):
|  Birth:
|  Christening:
|  Death:
|  Burial:
| Marriages:
|   Spouse:  MARIA MOORE  Family
|   Marriage:  05 OCT 1834   Tamworth, Stafford, England
| Messages:
|  Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
| Source Information:
|  Batch No.:  Dates:       Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
|  M010062     1557 - 1614  0873649 IT 4      Film   0883946             Film
|  M010062     1813 - 1822  0435864           Film   NONE
|  M010062     1823 - 1839  0435865           Film   NONE
|  M010062     1839 - 1844  0435866           Film   NONE
|  Sheet: 00
+--
This is the only IGI record of a marriage between a Benjamin Hodgkins and a Marie between 1800 and 1840.
It is also in the same county, it's almost certainly the marriage of the parents of that christening.

www.familyhistoryonline.net (03/05/2004) - marriage :
  On 05 OCT 1834 at Tamworth in county of STS
  Groom Benjamin HODGKINS  Status – Occupation – Residence – in county of – Notes –
  Bride Maria MOORE Status – Occupation – Residence – in county of – Notes –
  Banns or Licence – General Notes – Source –
  Amount paid £0.06

www.familyhistoryonline.net (03/05/2004) - Halifax 1851 Census :
  Township Northowram Address 7 Garden Street Name Hodgkins Benjamin Status M Rel Head gender Male Age 36 Occupation Labourer Place of Birth Needwood Forrest County Sts deaf – Piece 2302 ED 1b Folio 25
  4. Township Northowram Address 7 Garden Street Name Hodgkins Benjamin Status M Rel Head gender Male Age 36 Occupation Labourer Place of Birth Needwood Forrest County Sts deaf – Piece 2302 ED 1b Folio 25
  1. Township Northowram Address 7 Garden Street Name Hodgkins Maria Status M Rel Wife gender Female Age 35 Occupation – Place of Birth – County Sts deaf – Piece 2302 ED 1b Folio 25
  5. Township Northowram Address 7 Garden Street Name Hodgkins Joseph Status – Rel Son gender Male Age 15 Occupation Spinner Place of Birth – County Sts deaf – Piece 2302 ED 1b Folio 25
  3. Township Northowram Address 7 Garden Street Name Hodgkins Arthour Status – Rel Son gender Male Age 13 Occupation Mechanic Place of Birth Sheffield County (Sts) deaf – Piece 2302 ED 1b Folio 25
  2. Township Northowram Address 7 Garden Street Name Hodgkins George Status – Rel Son gender Male Age 1 Occupation – Place of Birth Northowram County Yks deaf – Piece 2302 ED 1b Folio 25
  Amount paid £0.09 Five in Schedule (price £0.36)

1851 census:

Parish:         Northowram
Borough:        Halifax(?)
Address:        Garden Street

County/Island: Yorkshire
Source information: HO107/2302
Registration district: Halifax
Sub-registration district: Northowram
ED, institution, or vessel: 1b
Folio: 25
Page: 18 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 64
GSU Number: 87511-87512

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age      Occupation   Birthplace                        EstBYear  Individual
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Benjamin Hodgkins      M    Head      Marr  36       Labourer     Needwood Forrest, Staffordshire   abt 1815  Benjamin Hodgkins <60>
Maria Hodgkins         F    Wife      Marr  35                    Staffordshire                     abt 1816  Marie Moore <61>
Joseph Hodgkins        M    Son             15       Spinner      Staffordshire                     abt 1836  Joseph Hodgkins <50>
Arthour Hodgkins       M    Son             13       Mechanic     Sheffield Staffordshire           abt 1838  Arthur Hodgkins <<50>>
George Hodgkins        M    Son              1                    Northamrow Halifax                abt 1850  George Hodgkins <<50>>

1861 census:

Civil parish: Bentley
County/Island: Staffordshire
Country: England
Street address: Bentley Hay
Registration district: Walsall
Sub-registration district: Darlaston
ED, institution, or vessel: 15
Household schedule number: 52

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age      Occupation            Birthplace                        EstBYear  Individual
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Benjamin Hodgkins      M     Head     Mar   46       Lab. Blast Furnace    Not Known                         abt 1815  Benjamin Hodgkins <60>
Maria Hodgkins         F     Wife     Mar   50                             Staffordshire Aldrugh             abt 1816  Marie Moore <61>
George Hodgkins        M     Son      Un    11                             Yorkshire Halifax                 abt 1850  George Hodgkins <<50>>

1871 census:

Civil Parish: Northowram
Ecclesiastical parish: All Souls
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England
Street address: 12 Albert Street

Registration district: Halifax
Sub-registration district: Northowram
ED, institution, or vessel: 1
Neighbors: View others on page
Household schedule number: 218

Name                   MF  Relation    MStatus   Age   Occupation                 Birthplace
Benjamin Hodgkins      M   Head        Mar       53    Labourer Iron Works        Needeswood Forest
Ann Hodgkins           F   Wife        Mar       46    Labourer Iron Works Wife   Cheshire

Benjamin must have remarried, as by 1871 Maria <61> is gone (died?) and he is married to Ann.

1881 census:

Civil parish: Northowram
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England
Street address: 2 Walkers Ct

Registration district: Halifax
Sub registration district: Northowram
ED, institution, or vessel: 1
Neighbors: View others on page

Name                   MF  Relation    MStatus   Age   Occupation                 Birthplace
Benjamin Hodgkins      M   Head        Mar       61    General Labourer           N________  (unreadable)
Ann Hodgkins           F   Wife        Mar       57    Cotton Winder              Cheshire, Middlewick

No matching Benjamin Hodgkins in 1891 census - did he die?

--

There was a possibility at one point of Benjamin <60> being born in Tipton, Staffordshire in approximately 1800,
who would connect to a Hodgkins family tree on the internet.  The above 1851 (and other) census data disproves that possibility.
(http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/AF/family_group_record.asp?familyid=12489544)

-

=============================
Search for marraige with Ann between 1850 and 1870.  Only one, in Jan-Mar 1870 :

Marriages Mar 1870
Bamforth  Harriet    Ashton  8d 623
Bostock  Ann     Ashton  8d 623
Grainger  Charles     Ashton  8d 623
Hodgkins  Benjamin     Ashton  8d 623

Benjamin Hodgkins, Mar 1870, Ashton, 8d/623
(confirmed on GRO image)

The district Ashton is an alternative name for Ashton under Lyne and it spans the boundaries of the
counties of Cheshire and Lancashire and information about it can be found here.

ASHTON UNDER LYNE REGISTRATION DISTRICT
Registration County : Lancashire.
Created : 1.7.1837 (sometimes "Ashton" or "Ashton & Oldham" in early listings).
Abolished : 1.4.1937 (succeeded by Ashton and Hyde districts).
Sub-districts : Ashton Town; Audenshaw; Denton; Dukinfield; Hartshead; Knott Lanes; Lees; Mossley; Mottram; Newton; Royton; Stalybridge; Stayley
GRO volumes : XX (1837-51); 8d (1852-1937).
(...more...)
=============================

Marriage of Benjamin <60> and Ann <25> :
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1870 Marriage solumnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Ashton under Lyne in the County of Lancaster
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  329  Jan'y 16 1870           Benjamin Hodgkins          50         Widower     Labourer       Stalybridge                         Michael Hodgkins           Labourer
                               Ann Bostock                44         Spinster    -              Stalybridge                         John Bostock               Labourer
  Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church after Banns by me (sig) E. Garrey
  This Marriage                                    in the
  was solumnized  (sig) Benjamin Hodgkins          Presence   (sig) William Turner
  between us      (sig) Ann Bostock her x mark     of us      (sig) William Woodcock
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Note the presence of William Turner as a witness - any connection to the Turners in the Hodgkins bible??
It also states Benjamin's father to be Michael Hodgkins <125>, a Labourer in 1870.

=============================
Search for death of Maria Hodgkins between 1850 and 1870 :

Deaths Sep 1850   HODGKINS  Maria    Stourbridge  18 292
Deaths Dec 1856   Hodgkins  Maria     *  __ *1     (Maria Hodgkins, Bedford, 3b/[6?][9?]1 - from image on Ancestry)
Deaths Jun 1857   Hodgkins  Maria     Aston  6d 123       SUSPECT
Deaths Sep 1867   Hodgkins  Maria  27  Headington  3a 350   NO
Deaths Sep 1868   Hodgkins  Maria  60  Walsall  6b 457      NO
=============================

=============================
Search for death of Benjamin after 1881 :

Deaths Dec 1886   Hodgkins  Benjamin  78  B. Stortford  3a 225
Deaths Dec 1887   Hodgkins  Benjamin  68  Halifax  9a 391 ****************

Benjamin Hodgkins, Dec 1887, 68, Halifax, 9a/391
(confirmed on GRO image)
=============================

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <61>
Status:   D
Name:     \Maria Moore\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -5
Position: 001001
Born:     c1816, Staffordshire [1851C]
Married:  05/10/1834, Tamworth, Stafford, England [IGI]
Died:     Between 1851 and 1871?
Partner:  <60>
Child:    <50>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

Benjamin Hodgkins <60> is identified as father of Joseph Hodgkins <50> on marriage certificate of
Joseph Hodgkins <50> and Georgiana Lancashire <51> (date 31/05/1897).
That indentifiation of Benjamin as Joseph's father enables the following christening record of Joesph to be
confirmed as relevant:
JOSEPH HODGKINS
  Male
Christening:
  11 OCT 1835
  Saint Chad, Lichfield, Stafford, England
Parents:
  Father: BENJAMIN HODGKINS
  Mother: MARIE
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record.
  The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:  Dates:       Source Call No.:  Type:   Printout Call No.:  Type:
  C039311     1813 - 1864  0435789           Film    0883718             Film
  C039311     1865 - 1877  0435790           Film    NONE
  Sheet: 00

A search of the IGI for a marriage came up with:
BENJAMIN HODGKINS
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse:  MARIA MOORE  Family
  Marriage:  05 OCT 1834   Tamworth, Stafford, England
Messages:
 Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:       Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 M010062     1557 - 1614  0873649 IT 4      Film   0883946             Film
 M010062     1813 - 1822  0435864           Film   NONE
 M010062     1823 - 1839  0435865           Film   NONE
 M010062     1839 - 1844  0435866           Film   NONE
 Sheet: 00
This is the only IGI record of a marriage between a Benjamin Hodgkins and a Marie between 1800 and 1840.
It is also in the same county, it's almost certainly the marriage of the parents of that christening.

There are many records in the IGI of a Maria/Marie/Mary Moore being born/christened.
It is not yet possible to discriminate between them.

www.familyhistoryonline.net (03/05/2004) - marriage :
  On 05 OCT 1834 at Tamworth in county of STS
  Groom Benjamin HODGKINS  Status – Occupation – Residence – in county of – Notes –
  Bride Maria MOORE Status – Occupation – Residence – in county of – Notes –
  Banns or Licence – General Notes – Source –
  Amount paid £0.06

www.familyhistoryonline.net (03/05/2004) - Halifax 1851 Census :
  Township Northowram Address 7 Garden Street Name Hodgkins Benjamin Status M Rel Head gender Male Age 36 Occupation Labourer Place of Birth Needwood Forrest County Sts deaf – Piece 2302 ED 1b Folio 25
  4. Township Northowram Address 7 Garden Street Name Hodgkins Benjamin Status M Rel Head gender Male Age 36 Occupation Labourer Place of Birth Needwood Forrest County Sts deaf – Piece 2302 ED 1b Folio 25
  1. Township Northowram Address 7 Garden Street Name Hodgkins Maria Status M Rel Wife gender Female Age 35 Occupation – Place of Birth – County Sts deaf – Piece 2302 ED 1b Folio 25
  5. Township Northowram Address 7 Garden Street Name Hodgkins Joseph Status – Rel Son gender Male Age 15 Occupation Spinner Place of Birth – County Sts deaf – Piece 2302 ED 1b Folio 25
  3. Township Northowram Address 7 Garden Street Name Hodgkins Arthour Status – Rel Son gender Male Age 13 Occupation Mechanic Place of Birth Sheffield County (Sts) deaf – Piece 2302 ED 1b Folio 25
  2. Township Northowram Address 7 Garden Street Name Hodgkins George Status – Rel Son gender Male Age 1 Occupation – Place of Birth Northowram County Yks deaf – Piece 2302 ED 1b Folio 25
  Amount paid £0.09 Five in Schedule (price £0.36)

1851 census:

Parish:         Northowram
Borough:        Halifax(?)
Address:        Garden Street

County/Island: Yorkshire
Source information: HO107/2302
Registration district: Halifax
Sub-registration district: Northowram
ED, institution, or vessel: 1b
Folio: 25
Page: 18 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 64
GSU Number: 87511-87512

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age      Occupation   Birthplace                        EstBYear  Individual
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Benjamin Hodgkins      M    Head      Marr  36       Labourer     Needwood Forrest, Staffordshire   abt 1815  Benjamin Hodgkins <60>
Maria Hodgkins         F    Wife      Marr  35                    Staffordshire                     abt 1816  Marie Moore <61>
Joseph Hodgkins        M    Son             15       Spinner      Staffordshire                     abt 1836  Joseph Hodgkins <50>
Arthour Hodgkins       M    Son             13       Mechanic     Sheffield Staffordshire           abt 1838  Arthur Hodgkins <<50>>
George Hodgkins        M    Son              1                    Northamrow Halifax                abt 1850  George Hodgkins <<50>>

1861 census:

Civil parish: Bentley
County/Island: Staffordshire
Country: England
Street address: Bentley Hay
Registration district: Walsall
Sub-registration district: Darlaston
ED, institution, or vessel: 15
Household schedule number: 52

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age      Occupation            Birthplace                        EstBYear  Individual
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Benjamin Hodgkins      M     Head     Mar   46       Lab. Blast Furnace    Not Known                         abt 1815  Benjamin Hodgkins <60>
Maria Hodgkins         F     Wife     Mar   50                             Staffordshire Aldrugh             abt 1816  Marie Moore <61>
George Hodgkins        M     Son      Un    11                             Yorkshire Halifax                 abt 1850  George Hodgkins <<50>>

Benjamin <60> must have remarried, as by 1871 Maria <61> is gone (died?) and he is married to Ann.

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <62>
Status:   D
Name:     \John Lancashire\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -5
Position: 001010
Born:     c1822, Denby, Derbyshire [1851C]
Married:  31/01/1841, Coseley, Sedgley, Staffordshire [cert] [JD]
Died:     ???
Partner:  <63>
Child:    <51>
Father:   <64>
Mother:   <65>
Sibling:  \James Lancashire:c1827\, born c1827, Denby, Derbyshire
            In 1851: Aged 24, so born c1827; born Denby, Derbyshire; Miner (Coal); living at White Moor Hall, Belper, Derbyshire [1851C]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
          \Mary Lancashire:c1839\, born c1839, Denby, Derbyshire
            In 1851: Aged 12, so born c1839; born Derby Denby; living at White Moor Hall, Belper, Derbyshire [1851C]
          \Joseph Lancashire:c1840\, born c1840, Denby, Derbyshire
            In 1851: Aged 11, so born c1840; born Derby Denby; living at White Moor Hall, Belper, Derbyshire [1851C]
Notes:

Identified as father of Georgiana Lancashire <51> on marriage certificate of Joseph Hodgkins <50> and Georgiana Lancashire <51>
(date 31/05/1862).  He is stated to be a Miner.

He was born around 1822, and probably married about 1835.  The chances are he wouldn't live past 1890.

John Porter Lancashire, Born c1818 in Ockbrook,Derbyshire
Send Message to Richard about John Porter Lancashire
  Hello.  My name is Ian Ward and I'm trying to trace John Lancashire, probably born sometime about 1810, father of Georgiana Lancashire (who was born c.1841 in Staffordshire).
  Is this anything like your John Lancashire?
You contacted Richard Buxton on 23 January 2004 about John Porter Lancashire.

1851 census:

Parish:         Shenstone  (apparently in Staffordshire, but the county is not on the image)
Eccl District:  Stonnall
Village:        Catshill
Address:        Catshill

County/Island: Staffordshire
Source information: HO107/2014
Registration district: Lichfield
Sub-registration district: Lichfield
ED, institution, or vessel: 9d
Folio: 139
Page: 27 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 99
GSU Number: 87417

Name                   MF   Relation  Mar  Age      Occupation   Birthplace                   Blind/Deaf-and-Dumb    EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Lancashire        M    Head      Mar  29       Collier(?)   Derby Denby                  Y                      abt 1822  John Lancashire <62>
Charlotte Lancashire   F    Wife      Mar  27                    Derby Newhall                Y                      abt 1824  Charlotte ? <63>
Georgiana Lancashire   F    Daur            9                    Stafford Darlaston                                  abt 1842  Georgiana Lancashire <51>
Charlotte Lancashire   F    Daur            5                    Leicester Swannington        Y                      abt 1846
Sarah Lancashire       F    Daur            4                    Stafford Bilston                                    abt 1847
Mary Ann Lancashire    F    Daur            1                    Stafford Willenhall                                 abt 1850
William Lancashire     M    Son             5 mths               Stafford Stonnall                                   abt 1850
Henry N K              M    Lodger    U    22       Miner        Derby Denby                  Y                      abt 1829

1861 census:

Parish: Burntwood Edial and Woodhouses
Ecclesiastical parish: Burntwood Christchurch
County/Island: Staffordshire
Country: England
Hamlet: Burntwood
Street Address: Rugeley Road

Source information: RG9/1973
Registration district: Lichfield
Sub-registration district: Lichfield
ED, institution, or vessel: 13
Folio: 81
Page: 25
Household schedule number: 156
GSU Number: 542896

Name                   MF   Relation  Mar  Age      Occupation   Birthplace                       EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Lancashire        M    Head      Mar  40       Coal Miner   Derbysh Derby (should be Denby)  abt 1821  John Lancashire <62>
Charlotte Lancashire   F    Wife      Mar  38                    Derbysh Newhall                  abt 1823  Charlotte ? <63>
Georgina Lancashire    F    Daur      Unm  17                    Staffordsh Darlaston             abt 1844  Georgiana Lancashire <51>
Charlotte Lancashire   F    Daur      Unm  16                    Leicestersh Smitstone            abt 1845
Sarah Lancashire       F    Daur           14                    Staffordsh Bitston               abt 1847
Mary Ann Lancashire    F    Daur           12       Scholar      Staffordsh Willenhall            abt 1849
William Lancashire     M    Son            10       Coal Miner   Staffordsh Brown Hill            abt 1851
Ellen Lancashire       F    Daur            7       Scholar      Staffordsh Brown Hill            abt 1854
John Lancashire        M    Son             5                    Staffordsh Brown Hill            abt 1856
Mariah Lancashire      F    Daur            3                    Staffordsh Brown Hill            abt 1858
Caroline Lancashire    F    Daur           11 months             Staffordsh Brown Hill            abt 1860
William Lancashire     M    Father    Mar  72       Coal Miner   Derbysh Derby (Denby?)           abt 1789  William Lancashire <64>

NB.  Denby, Derbyshire is close to Ockbrook, Derbyshire (6 miles apart, north of Ockbrook is
     Heanor and Denby) - where John Porter Lancashire (born c1818) was apparently born.
     Is this John Lancashire related to John Porter Lancashire?????

In 1871:

Civil Parish: Rotherham
Ecclesiastical parish: Rotherham
Town: Rotherham
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England
Street address: 16 Eastwood View

Source information: RG10/4704
Registration district: Rotherham
Sub-registration district: Rotherham
ED, institution, or vessel: 14
Folio: 14
Page: 3
Household schedule number: 12
GSU Number: 847242

Name                   MF   Relation  Mar  Age      Occupation   Birthplace             EstBYear  Individual
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Lancashire        M    Head      Widr 50       Miner        Derby Denby            abt 1821  John Lancashire <62>
Ellen Lancashire       F    Daughter  Unm  17                    Stafford Brownhill     abt 1850
John Lancashire        M    Son            15       Miner        Stafford Brownhill     abt 1856
Caroline Lancashire    F    Daughter        9                    Stafford Brownhill     abt 1862

Could not find in 1881 census.

In 1891:

Civil parish: Burntwood
Ecclesiastical parish: Chasetown
Town: Chasetown
County/Island: Staffordshire
Country: England
Street address: High St

Source information: RG12/2213
Registration district: Lichfield
Sub registration district: Lichfield
ED, institution, or vessel: 13
Folio: 4
Page: 1
GSU Number: 6097323

Name                   MF   Relation  Mar  Age      Occupation   Birthplace             EstBYear  Individual
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Lancashire        M    Head      M    70       Coal Miner   Derbyshire Denby       abt 1821  John Lancashire <62>
Harriett Lancashire    F    Wife      M    70                    Staffs Tamworth        abt 1821
Caroline Lancashire    F    Daur      S    30                    Staffs Cha_e Town      abt 1861

Could not find in 1901 census.

Could this be John <62> and Charlotte's <63> marriage?

IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0
  British Isles
JOHN LANCASHIRE
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse:  CHARLOTTE FIRTH
  Marriage:  28 APR 1830   Wath Upon Dearne, Yorkshire, England
Messages:
 Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 M108121  1813 - 1836  0919379, 0919380   Film  6909759   Film
 Sheet: 00
Wath upon Dearne is close to Rotherham and Sheffield in South Yorkshire, not too far from the Derbyshire border.
It is, however, a substancial distance from Denby where John <62> was born (which is down near the city of Derby, as is Newhall).

Another possibility is:

IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0
  British Isles
JOHN LANCASTER
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse:  CHARLOTTE HUGHES
  Marriage:  06 OCT 1833   Aston Juxta Birmingham, Warwick, England
Messages:
 Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 M011684  1832 - 1845  0919797-799   Film  NONE
 M011684  1845 - 1852  0919800, 0918845-46   Film  NONE
 Sheet: 00
Warwickshire is another county that Derbyshire borders with.

According to Jill Dunhill, this is their marriage:
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1841 Marriage solumnized at Christ Church Coseley in the Parish of Sedgley in the County of Stafford
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  53   January 31              John Lancashire            under age  Bachelor    Miner          Coseley                             William Lancashire         Miner
                               Charlotte Eames            under age  Spinster                   Coseley                             George Eames               Miner
  Married in the Church of Caseley according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church after Banns by me (sig) C. H. Passant (~)
  This Marriage                                    in the
  was solumnized  (sig) John Lancashire his X mark Presence   (sig) Thomas Eames his X mark
  between us      (sig) Charlotte Eames her X mark of us      (sig) Caroline Eames her X mark
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Certified to be a true copy of an entry in the certified copy of a register of Marriages in the Registration District of Dudley
  Given at the General Register Office, under the Seal of the said Office, the 21st of January 2005
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John <62> would have been aged 19 in 1841, under 21 and thus under age.  He _was_ a Miner, and did have father William, who was also a Miner.
Charlotte <63> would have been aged 17 in 1841, also under 21 and thus under age.
Sedgley parish is a "large and populous district, in the centre of the great mining district of Staffordshire,
  lying betwixt Wolverhampton, Bilston and Dudley, and extending to within two miles of each town." (William White, 1851) [GenUKI]
Sedgley village is "very extensive, and occupies an elevated situation on the high road, three miles S of Wolverhampton,
  and three miles NNW of Dudley. Between Sedgley and Wolverhampton is Sedgley Park, an ancient seat of the Dudleys,
  which has long been used as a Roman Catholic Academy. Ellows Hall, on the west side of the parish, belongs to
  JL Bickley, Esq, but is now unoccupied." (William White, 1851) [GenUKI]
Coseley is a "populous but straggling village and district, two miles E of Sedgley". (William White, 1851) [GenUKI]

--
GenUKI of Sedgley:
"Sedgley parish is a large and populous district, in the centre of the great mining district of Staffordshire, lying betwixt Wolverhampton, Bilston and Dudley, and extending to within two miles of each town. It contains 5170 acres of land, and has now about 27,000 inhabitants. It is in two divisions, called Upper and Lower Side, sub-divided into nine constablewicks or hamlets, viz - Sedgley, Gospel End, Cotwall End, and Upper & Lower Gornal, in the Upper Side, and Ettingshall, Brierley, Coseley, and Wood Setton, in the Lower Side.
Lord Ward is lord of the manor, but the Rev JL Petit has a large estate, and there are a considerable number of smaller freeholders and copyholders in this parish, which abounds with excellent coal, ironstone, limestone, freestone, and clay for bricks. The coal and iron works are mostly at Coseley and Ettingshall, near those of Bilston, and give employment to a vast number of workmen. Several hundred hands are also employed at their own homes in making nails and fire irons. The main coal here is 10 yards thick, and is well suited to the use of the furnaces, the forges, and the smithies.
Sedgley village is very extensive, and occupies an elevated situation on the high road, three miles S of Wolverhampton, and three miles NNW of Dudley. Between Sedgley and Wolverhampton is Sedgley Park, an ancient seat of the Dudleys, which has long been used as a Roman Catholic Academy. Ellows Hall, on the west side of the parish, belongs to JL Bickley, Esq, but is now unoccupied.
Brierley is a district of scattered houses, two miles NE of Sedgley.
Broad Lane and Lady Moor are adjoining hamlets, two miles NNE of Sedgley, and within half a mile SW of Bilston.
Can Lane is a long street of houses, three quarters of a mile ENE of Sedgley.
Coseley is a populous but straggling village and district, two miles E of Sedgley.
Cotwall End is a district three quarters of a mile SW of Sedgley, occupied chiefly by nailors, and a few farmers.
Deepfield has a number of scattered houses in the coal and iron district, one mile SW of Bilston. Here is a tunnel of the Birmingham Canal, 1090 feet long, 25 feet broad, and 17 feet high from the surface of the water.
Ettingshall is a large mining village, about a mile SW of Bilston, with surrounding suburbs in Ettingshall Lane, Catchem's Corner, etc, extending into Bilston and Wolverhampton townships. The Rev JL Petit has a large estate here, which was anciently a park, but has long been disfigured by extensive coal and iron works, and quarries of limestone. A large number of houses, which were thrown down or rendered untenable in consequence of the mining excavations under them, were rebuilt a few years ago on the adjoining pit banks, and now compose Ettingshall New Village.
Goldthorn Hill is partly in Wolverhampton and Penn parishes, where new water works are constructing.
Lower Gornal was a chapelry to Sedgley and details can be found on the Lower Gornal page.
Upper Gornal is a rapidly improving village, about one and a half miles NW of Dudley, and near the lofty limestone hill which is crowned by the ruins of Dudley Castle. It gives name to an ecclesiastical district, comprising several adjacent hamlets, coal and iron works, freestone quarries, and brick yards.
Gospel End is a district half a mile W of Sedgley.
Gospel Oak is a scattered hamlet, partly in Tipton parish, two miles W of Wednesbury. Part of it is now called Wednesbury Oak, from the seat and extensive coal and iron works of Messrs P Williams and Sons.
Mason's Bank is a village in the Coseley division, two miles NW of Dudley.
Prince's End is a large village, partly in Tipton parish, two and a quarter miles N by E of Dudley. Here are extensive coal and iron works.
Ruiton is a village and district adjoining Upper Gornal, occupying a fine lofty eminence, which had formerly a beacon, in which the Malvern Hills (38 miles away), the Wrekin, and many of the mountains of Wales may be seen on a clear day.
Sodom is a hamlet adjoining Can Lane, one mile ENE of Sedgley.
Wood Setton, half a mile SE of Sedgley, is a scattered hamlet, occupied by farmers, fire-iron makers, etc."
[From History, Gazetteer and Directory of Staffordshire, William White, Sheffield, 1851]
--
Was "Lord Ward" linked to my Wards? :o)


1851 census of parents William <64> and Mary <65> :

Parish or township: Belper
Civil parish: Belper
County/Island: Derbyshire
Country: England
Street address: White Moor Hall

Source information: HO107/2144
Registration district: Belper
Sub-registration district: Duffield
ED, institution, or vessel: 16
Folio: 745
Page: 29
Household schedule number: 109
GSU Number: 87775

Name                   MF   Relation  Mar  Age      Occupation     Birthplace                       EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
William Lancashire     M    Head      Mar  68       Miner (Coal)   Derby Denby                      abt 1783  William Lancashire <64>
Mary Lancashire        F    Wife      Mar  60                      Derby Denby                      abt 1791  Mary ? <65>
James Lancashire       M    Son       U    24       Miner (Coal)   Derby Denby                      abt 1827
Mary Lancashire        F    Daur           12                      Derby Denby                      abt 1839
Joseph Lancashire      M    Son            11                      Derby Denby                      abt 1840

In the next household is Samuel Lancashire, age 22:

Name                   MF   Relation  Mar  Age      Occupation     Birthplace                       EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Samuel Lancashire      M    Head      Mar  22       Miner (Coal)   Derby Denby                      abt 1829
Hannah Lancashire      F    Wife      Mar  20                      Derby Belper                     abt 1831
Mary Ann Lancashire    F    Daur           9 mo                    Derby Belper                     abt 1850

Is Samuel also John <62>'s brother?

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <63>
Status:   D
Name:     \Charlotte Eames\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -5
Position: 001011
Born:     c1824, Newhall, Derbyshire [1851C]
Married:  31/01/1841, Coseley, Sedgley, Staffordshire [cert] [JD]
Died:     ???
Partner:  <62>
Child:    <51>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

1851 census:

Parish:         Shenstone  (apparently in Staffordshire, but the county is not on the image)
Eccl District:  Stonnall
Village:        Catshill
Address:        Catshill

County/Island: Staffordshire
Source information: HO107/2014
Registration district: Lichfield
Sub-registration district: Lichfield
ED, institution, or vessel: 9d
Folio: 139
Page: 27 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 99
GSU Number: 87417

Name                   MF   Relation  Mar  Age      Occupation   Birthplace                   Blind/Deaf-and-Dumb    EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Lancashire        M    Head      Mar  29       Collier(?)   Derby Denby                  Y                      abt 1822  John Lancashire <62>
Charlotte Lancashire   F    Wife      Mar  27                    Derby Newhall                Y                      abt 1824  Charlotte ? <63>
Georgiana Lancashire   F    Daur            9                    Stafford Darlaston                                  abt 1842  Georgiana Lancashire <51>
Charlotte Lancashire   F    Daur            5                    Leicester Swannington        Y                      abt 1846
Sarah Lancashire       F    Daur            4                    Stafford Bilston                                    abt 1847
Mary Ann Lancashire    F    Daur            1                    Stafford Willenhall                                 abt 1850
William Lancashire     M    Son             5 mths               Stafford Stonnall                                   abt 1850
Henry N K              M    Lodger    U    22       Miner        Derby Denby                  Y                      abt 1829

1861 census:

Parish: Burntwood Edial and Woodhouses
Ecclesiastical parish: Burntwood Christchurch
County/Island: Staffordshire
Country: England
Hamlet: Burntwood
Street Address: Rugeley Road

Source information: RG9/1973
Registration district: Lichfield
Sub-registration district: Lichfield
ED, institution, or vessel: 13
Folio: 81
Page: 25
Household schedule number: 156
GSU Number: 542896

Name                   MF   Relation  Mar  Age      Occupation   Birthplace                       EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Lancashire        M    Head      Mar  40       Coal Miner   Derbysh Derby (should be Denby)  abt 1821  John Lancashire <62>
Charlotte Lancashire   F    Wife      Mar  38                    Derbysh Newhall                  abt 1823  Charlotte ? <63>
Georgina Lancashire    F    Daur      Unm  17                    Staffordsh Darlaston             abt 1844  Georgiana Lancashire <51>
Charlotte Lancashire   F    Daur      Unm  16                    Leicestersh Smitstone            abt 1845
Sarah Lancashire       F    Daur           14                    Staffordsh Bitston               abt 1847
Mary Ann Lancashire    F    Daur           12       Scholar      Staffordsh Willenhall            abt 1849
William Lancashire     M    Son            10       Coal Miner   Staffordsh Brown Hill            abt 1851
Ellen Lancashire       F    Daur            7       Scholar      Staffordsh Brown Hill            abt 1854
John Lancashire        M    Son             5                    Staffordsh Brown Hill            abt 1856
Mariah Lancashire      F    Daur            3                    Staffordsh Brown Hill            abt 1858
Caroline Lancashire    F    Daur           11 months             Staffordsh Brown Hill            abt 1860
William Lancashire     M    Father    Mar  72       Coal Miner   Derbysh Derby (Denby?)           abt 1789  William Lancashire <64>

Could this be John <62> and Charlotte's <63> marriage?

IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0
  British Isles
JOHN LANCASHIRE
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse:  CHARLOTTE FIRTH
  Marriage:  28 APR 1830   Wath Upon Dearne, Yorkshire, England
Messages:
 Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 M108121  1813 - 1836  0919379, 0919380   Film  6909759   Film
 Sheet: 00
Wath upon Dearne is close to Rotherham and Sheffield in South Yorkshire, not too far from the Derbyshire border.
It is, however, a substancial distance from Denby where John <62> was born (which is down near the city of Derby, as is Newhall).

Another possibility is:

IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0
  British Isles
JOHN LANCASTER
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse:  CHARLOTTE HUGHES
  Marriage:  06 OCT 1833   Aston Juxta Birmingham, Warwick, England
Messages:
 Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 M011684  1832 - 1845  0919797-799   Film  NONE
 M011684  1845 - 1852  0919800, 0918845-46   Film  NONE
 Sheet: 00
Warwickshire is another county that Derbyshire borders with.

According to Jill Dunhill, this is their marriage:
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1841 Marriage solumnized at Christ Church Coseley in the Parish of Sedgley in the County of Stafford
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  53   January 31              John Lancashire            under age  Bachelor    Miner          Coseley                             William Lancashire         Miner
                               Charlotte Eames            under age  Spinster                   Coseley                             George Eames               Miner
  Married in the Church of Caseley according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church after Banns by me (sig) C. H. Passant (~)
  This Marriage                                    in the
  was solumnized  (sig) John Lancashire his X mark Presence   (sig) Thomas Eames his X mark
  between us      (sig) Charlotte Eames her X mark of us      (sig) Caroline Eames her X mark
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Certified to be a true copy of an entry in the certified copy of a register of Marriages in the Registration District of Dudley
  Given at the General Register Office, under the Seal of the said Office, the 21st of January 2005
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John <62> would have been aged 19 in 1841, under 21 and thus under age.  He _was_ a Miner, and did have father William, who was also a Miner.
Charlotte <63> would have been aged 17 in 1841, also under 21 and thus under age.
Sedgley parish is a "large and populous district, in the centre of the great mining district of Staffordshire,
  lying betwixt Wolverhampton, Bilston and Dudley, and extending to within two miles of each town." (William White, 1851) [GenUKI]
Sedgley village is "very extensive, and occupies an elevated situation on the high road, three miles S of Wolverhampton,
  and three miles NNW of Dudley. Between Sedgley and Wolverhampton is Sedgley Park, an ancient seat of the Dudleys,
  which has long been used as a Roman Catholic Academy. Ellows Hall, on the west side of the parish, belongs to
  JL Bickley, Esq, but is now unoccupied." (William White, 1851) [GenUKI]
Coseley is a "populous but straggling village and district, two miles E of Sedgley". (William White, 1851) [GenUKI]


Charlotte Eames in the 1841 census????????
(PROBABLY NOT, IF SHE MARRIED IN JAN 1841, BUT IT'S HERE FOR REFERENCE.)

Street address: Barnets Lane
Civil parish: South Stoneham
Hundred: Mainsbridge (Lower Half)
County/Island: Hampshire
Country: England
Registration district: South Stoneham
Sub-registration district: South Stoneham
Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece 402; Book: 19; Civil Parish: South Stoneham;
                 County: Hampshire; Enumeration District: 3; Folio: 7;
                 Page: 10; Line: 5; GSU roll: 288802.

Name              MF Age    Occupation  Birthplace   EstBYear
---------------------------------------------------------------
John Eames        M  60     Ag Lab      Y            abt 1781
Harriett Eames    F  40                 Y            abt 1801
Betsy Eames       F  20                 Y            abt 1821
William Eames     M  19                 Y            abt 1822
Charlotte Eames   F  17                 Y            abt 1824 <63>
Sarah Eames       F  12                 Y            abt 1829
Mary Eames        F  10                 Y            abt 1831
George Eames      M   8                 Y            abt 1833
Ellen Eames       F   6                 Y            abt 1835
Aquilah Eames     F   8 Mo              Y            1840


Is this Charlotte's Xening in the IGI?

CHARLOTTE EAMES
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  18 JUL 1824   Stapenhill, Derby, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  GEORGE EAMES
  Mother:  SARAH
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C058831  1813 - 1869  0498129   Film  6905301   Film
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts for Stapenhill, 1666-1869  Church of England. Parish Church of Stapenhill (Derbyshire).

It agrees with the John/Charlotte marriage certificate that names George as Charlotte's father.


If so, are any of these her siblings?

CAROLINE HAMES / Caroline Eames
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:  About 1826   Newhall, Derby, England
         ^^^ DO NOT TRUST THIS DATE, IT IS EN ESTIMATE BY THE LDS CHURCH BASED ON A MARRIAGE!!
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  GEORGE EAMES
  Mother:  SARAH
Messages:
 Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church. No additional information is available. Ancestral File may list the same family and the submitter.
 ^^^ CHURCH MEMBER SUBMISSION, TREAT WITH LARGE DOSE OF SALT!
Source Information:
   No source information is available.

(
probably this marriage - which should be also be taken with a thoroughly salty taste :
George Eames
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:  About 1792   Newhall, Derby, England
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse:  Sarah
  Marriage:  About 1816   Of, Church Gresley, Derby, England
Messages:
 Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church. No additional information is available. Ancestral File may list the same family and the submitter.
Source Information:
   No source information is available
)

THOMAS EAMES
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  31 AUG 1817   Church Gresley, Derby, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  GEORGE EAMES
  Mother:  SARAH
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C061291  1813 - 1846  0498052   Film  6905434   Film
 Sheet: 00

CATHERINE EAMES
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  24 JUN 1827   Stapenhill, Derby, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  GEORGE EAMES
  Mother:  SARAH
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C058831  1813 - 1869  0498129   Film  6905301   Film
 Sheet: 00

HARRIET EAMES
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  06 DEC 1820   Saint Lawrence, Darlaston Near Wolverhampton, Stafford, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  GEORGE EAMES  Family
  Mother:  SARAH
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C033971  1792 - 1812  0417188   Film  0541496   Film
 C033971  1813 - 1820  0426531   Film  NONE
 C033971  1821 - 1830  0426532   Film  NONE
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts for St. Lawrence's Church, Darlaston near Wednesbury, 1660-1844  Church of England. St. Lawrence's Church (Darlaston near Wednesbury)

JOHN EAMES
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  27 MAR 1834   Saint John, Burslem, Stafford, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  GEO EAMES
  Mother:  SARAH
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C010043  1833 - 1850  0426505   Film  0933102   Film
 C010043  1851 - 1856  0426506   Film  NONE
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts for Burslem, 1660-1856  Church of England. Parish Church of Burslem (Staffordshire)

ELISABETH EAMES
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  22 JAN 1815   Tamworth, Stafford, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  GEORGE EAMES
  Mother:  SARAH
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C010063  1813 - 1822  0435864   Film  883880   Film
 C010063  1822 - 1839  0435865   Film  NONE
 C010063  1840 - 1856  0435866   Film  NONE
 C010063  1856 - 1868  0435867   Film  NONE
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1664-1868  Church of England. Parish Church of Tamworth

SARAH EMES
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  27 JUN 1832   Saint John, Burslem, Stafford, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  GEO EMES
  Mother:  SARAH
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C010042  1813 - 1822  0426503   Film  0541789   Film
 C010042  1822 - 1832  0426504   Film  NONE
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts for Burslem, 1660-1856  Church of England. Parish Church of Burslem (Staffordshire)

THOS AMES
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  08 APR 1831   Saint John, Burslem, Stafford, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  GEO AMES
  Mother:  SARAH
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C010042  1813 - 1822  0426503   Film  0541789   Film
 C010042  1822 - 1832  0426504   Film  NONE
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts for Burslem, 1660-1856  Church of England. Parish Church of Burslem (Staffordshire)

ANN EAMOS
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  05 APR 1829   Saint John, Burslem, Stafford, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  GEORGE EAMOS
  Mother:  SARAH
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C010042  1813 - 1822  0426503   Film  0541789   Film
 C010042  1822 - 1832  0426504   Film  NONE
 Sheet: 00
0426503  Bishop's transcripts for Burslem, 1660-1856  Church of England. Parish Church of Burslem (Staffordshire)
0426504  Bishop's transcripts for Burslem, 1660-1856  Church of England. Parish Church of Burslem (Staffordshire)

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <64>
Status:   D
Name:     \William Lancashire\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -6
Position: 0010100
Born:     c1789, Derbyshire [1861C]
          c1783, Denby, Derbyshire [1851C]
          Christened 29/11/1789, Denby, Derbyshire [IGI]
Married:  07/06/1816, Horsley, Derbyshire [IGI] ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <65>
Child:    <62>
Father:   <66>
Mother:   <67>
Sibling:  \James Lancashire:c1791\, christened 24/03/1791, Denby, Derby, England  [IGI]
          \Francis Lancashire:c1792\, christened 14/10/1792, Denby, Derby, England  [IGI]
          \Ellen Lancashire:c1794\, christened 10/11/1794, Denby, Derby, England  [IGI]
          \Thomas Lancashire:c1796\, christened 18/12/1796, Denby, Derby, England  [IGI]
          \Mary Lancashire:c1799\, christened 24/04/1799, Denby, Derby, England  [IGI]
          \John Lancashire:c1802\, christened 20/01/1802, Denby, Derby, England  [IGI]
          \Anne Lancashire:c1804\, christened 09/04/1804, Denby, Derby, England  [IGI]
Notes:

IGI christening entry for William Lancashire in 1789 (right name, right place, right year) :
  WILLIAM LANCASHIRE
    Male
  Event(s):
   Birth:
   Christening:  29 NOV 1789   Denby, Derby, England
   Death:
   Burial:
  Parents:
    Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
  Messages:
   Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record.
   The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
  Source Information:
   Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
   P000441  1573 - 1812  0823622   Film  6904778   Film
   Sheet: 00
  Film or fiche number 0823622
  Item 1 Denby, Derbyshire, England, christenings and burials, 1573-1812  Church of England. Parish Church of Denby (Derbyshire)
  Item 2 Parish register transcripts, 1558-1847  Church of England. Parish Church of Wilmslow (Cheshire)
  Item 3 Parish register transcripts, 1558-1847  Church of England. Parish Church of Wilmslow (Cheshire)
  Item 4 Christenings, Congleton, Cheshire, England, 1750-1769  Church of England. St. Peter's Church (Congleton, Cheshire)
  Item 5 Parish register transcript, Birkenhead, Cheshire, England  Church of England. Parochial Chapelry (Birkenhead)

1851 census:

Parish or township: Belper
Civil parish: Belper
County/Island: Derbyshire
Country: England
Street address: White Moor Hall

Source information: HO107/2144
Registration district: Belper
Sub-registration district: Duffield
ED, institution, or vessel: 16
Folio: 745
Page: 29
Household schedule number: 109
GSU Number: 87775

Name                   MF   Relation  Mar  Age      Occupation     Birthplace                       EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
William Lancashire     M    Head      Mar  68       Miner (Coal)   Derby Denby                      abt 1783  William Lancashire <64>
Mary Lancashire        F    Wife      Mar  60                      Derby Denby                      abt 1791  Mary ? <65>
James Lancashire       M    Son       U    24       Miner (Coal)   Derby Denby                      abt 1827
Mary Lancashire        F    Daur           12                      Derby Denby                      abt 1839
Joseph Lancashire      M    Son            11                      Derby Denby                      abt 1840

In the next household is Samuel Lancashire, age 22:

Name                   MF   Relation  Mar  Age      Occupation     Birthplace                       EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Samuel Lancashire      M    Head      Mar  22       Miner (Coal)   Derby Denby                      abt 1829
Hannah Lancashire      F    Wife      Mar  20                      Derby Belper                     abt 1831
Mary Ann Lancashire    F    Daur           9 mo                    Derby Belper                     abt 1850

Could Samuel be William <64>'s son?

1861 census:

Parish: Burntwood Edial and Woodhouses
Ecclesiastical parish: Burntwood Christchurch
County/Island: Staffordshire
Country: England
Hamlet: Burntwood
Street Address: Rugeley Road

Source information: RG9/1973
Registration district: Lichfield
Sub-registration district: Lichfield
ED, institution, or vessel: 13
Folio: 81
Page: 25
Household schedule number: 156
GSU Number: 542896

Name                   MF   Relation  Mar  Age      Occupation   Birthplace                       EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Lancashire        M    Head      Mar  40       Coal Miner   Derbysh Derby (should be Denby)  abt 1821  John Lancashire <62>
Charlotte Lancashire   F    Wife      Mar  38                    Derbysh Newhall                  abt 1823  Charlotte ? <63>
Georgina Lancashire    F    Daur      Unm  17                    Staffordsh Darlaston             abt 1844  Georgiana Lancashire <51>
Charlotte Lancashire   F    Daur      Unm  16                    Leicestersh Smitstone            abt 1845
Sarah Lancashire       F    Daur           14                    Staffordsh Bitston               abt 1847
Mary Ann Lancashire    F    Daur           12       Scholar      Staffordsh Willenhall            abt 1849
William Lancashire     M    Son            10       Coal Miner   Staffordsh Brown Hill            abt 1851
Ellen Lancashire       F    Daur            7       Scholar      Staffordsh Brown Hill            abt 1854
John Lancashire        M    Son             5                    Staffordsh Brown Hill            abt 1856
Mariah Lancashire      F    Daur            3                    Staffordsh Brown Hill            abt 1858
Caroline Lancashire    F    Daur           11 months             Staffordsh Brown Hill            abt 1860
William Lancashire     M    Father    Mar  72       Coal Miner   Derbysh Derby (Denby?)           abt 1789  William Lancashire <64>

Could not find in 1871, 1881 or 1901 census.

Where is wife Mary <65> in 1861 and after?


Is this the IGI marriage of William <64> and Mary <65> ?
If so, their first born (that I know of), John <62>, was born 6 years later.

WILLIAM LANCASHIRE
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse:  MARY GRACE
  Marriage:  07 JUN 1816   Horsley, Derby, England
Messages:
 Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 M055131  1767 - 1810  0428917   Film  6905234   Film
 M055131  1813 - 1837  0498093   Film  NONE
 Sheet: 00
0428917   Bishop's transcripts for Horsley, 1558-1844  Church of England. Parish Church of Horsley (Derbyshire)
0498093   Item 1 Bishop's transcripts for Horsley, 1558-1844  Church of England. Parish Church of Horsley (Derbyshire)
          Item 2 Bishop's transcripts for Hulland, 1838-1857  Church of England. Chapelry of Hulland (Derbyshire)


These are very likely siblings of William in the IGI (see Francis <66> and Anne <67> for logic as to why).
If all of these are Williams siblings, as I believe, then we can conclude Williams mother was Anne <67>.

JAMES LANCASHIRE
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  24 MAR 1791   Denby, Derby, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 P000441  1573 - 1812  0823622   Film  6904778   Film
 Sheet: 00

FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  14 OCT 1792   Denby, Derby, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 P000441  1573 - 1812  0823622   Film  6904778   Film
 Sheet: 00

ELLEN LANCASHIRE
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  10 NOV 1794   Denby, Derby, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
  Mother:  ANNE
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 P000441  1573 - 1812  0823622   Film  6904778   Film
 Sheet: 00

THOMAS LANCASHIRE
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  18 DEC 1796   Denby, Derby, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
  Mother:  ANNE
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 P000441  1573 - 1812  0823622   Film  6904778   Film
 Sheet: 00

MARY LANCASHIRE
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  24 APR 1799   Denby, Derby, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
  Mother:  ANNE
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 P000441  1573 - 1812  0823622   Film  6904778   Film
 Sheet: 00

JOHN LANCASHIRE
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  20 JAN 1802   Denby, Derby, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 P000441  1573 - 1812  0823622   Film  6904778   Film
 Sheet: 00

ANNE LANCASHIRE
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  09 APR 1804   Denby, Derby, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
  Mother:  ANNE
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 P000441  1573 - 1812  0823622   Film  6904778   Film
 Sheet: 00

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <65>
Status:   D
Name:     \Mary ____\
          Mary Grace [IGI] ???
Gender:   F
Gen:      -6
Position: 0010101
Born:     c1791, Denby, Derbyshire [1851C]
Married:  07/06/1816, Horsley, Derbyshire [IGI] ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <64>
Child:    <62>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

1851 census:

Parish or township: Belper
Civil parish: Belper
County/Island: Derbyshire
Country: England
Street address: White Moor Hall

Source information: HO107/2144
Registration district: Belper
Sub-registration district: Duffield
ED, institution, or vessel: 16
Folio: 745
Page: 29
Household schedule number: 109
GSU Number: 87775

Name                   MF   Relation  Mar  Age      Occupation     Birthplace                       EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
William Lancashire     M    Head      Mar  68       Miner (Coal)   Derby Denby                      abt 1783  William Lancashire <64>
Mary Lancashire        F    Wife      Mar  60                      Derby Denby                      abt 1791  Mary ? <65>
James Lancashire       M    Son       U    24       Miner (Coal)   Derby Denby                      abt 1827
Mary Lancashire        F    Daur           12                      Derby Denby                      abt 1839
Joseph Lancashire      M    Son            11                      Derby Denby                      abt 1840


By 1861, William <64> was living with son John Lancashire <62>.
It looked likely, if William was living with wife Mary in 1851, but with son John by 1861,
that Mary had passed away between 1851 and 1861.
Searched for death of Mary Lancashire between 1851 and 1861 on FreeBMD.
  Deaths Mar 1854
  Lancashire  Mary     Belper  7b 297
Confirmed on GRO image on Ancestry (researched 08/05/2007).
Ordered the certificate, and the Mary who died in 1854 is _not_ the same Mary
(the one in the cert died aged 19 and was the dau of John Lancashire).

So where is Mary is 1861 and after?

Is this the IGI marriage of William <64> and Mary <65> ?
If so, their first born (that I know of), John <62>, was born 6 years later.

WILLIAM LANCASHIRE
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse:  MARY GRACE
  Marriage:  07 JUN 1816   Horsley, Derby, England
Messages:
 Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 M055131  1767 - 1810  0428917   Film  6905234   Film
 M055131  1813 - 1837  0498093   Film  NONE
 Sheet: 00

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <66>
Status:   D
Name:     \Francis Lancashire\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -7
Position: 00101000
Born:     ???
Married:  23/08/1789, Horsley, Derbyshire  [IGI]
Died:     ???
Partner:  <67>
Child:    <64>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

IGI christening entry for William Lancashire <64> in 1789 (right name, right place, right year) :
  WILLIAM LANCASHIRE
    Male
  Event(s):
   Birth:
   Christening:  29 NOV 1789   Denby, Derby, England
   Death:
   Burial:
  Parents:
    Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
  Messages:
   Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record.
   The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
  Source Information:
   Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
   P000441  1573 - 1812  0823622   Film  6904778   Film
   Sheet: 00
  Film or fiche number 0823622
  Item 1 Denby, Derbyshire, England, christenings and burials, 1573-1812  Church of England. Parish Church of Denby (Derbyshire)
  Item 2 Parish register transcripts, 1558-1847  Church of England. Parish Church of Wilmslow (Cheshire)
  Item 3 Parish register transcripts, 1558-1847  Church of England. Parish Church of Wilmslow (Cheshire)
  Item 4 Christenings, Congleton, Cheshire, England, 1750-1769  Church of England. St. Peter's Church (Congleton, Cheshire)
  Item 5 Parish register transcript, Birkenhead, Cheshire, England  Church of England. Parochial Chapelry (Birkenhead)



Are these siblings of William <64> in the IGI?

WILLIAM LANCASHIRE <64>  Christening:  29 NOV 1789  Denby, Derby, England   Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
JAMES LANCASHIRE         Christening:  24 MAR 1791  Denby, Derby, England   Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
FRANCIS LANCASHIRE       Christening:  14 OCT 1792  Denby, Derby, England   Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
ELLEN LANCASHIRE         Christening:  10 NOV 1794  Denby, Derby, England   Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE   Mother:  ANNE
THOMAS LANCASHIRE        Christening:  18 DEC 1796  Denby, Derby, England   Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE   Mother:  ANNE
MARY LANCASHIRE          Christening:  24 APR 1799  Denby, Derby, England   Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE   Mother:  ANNE
JOHN LANCASHIRE          Christening:  20 JAN 1802  Denby, Derby, England   Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
ANNE LANCASHIRE          Christening:  09 APR 1804  Denby, Derby, England   Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE   Mother:  ANNE
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 P000441  1573 - 1812  0823622   Film  6904778   Film
 Sheet: 00

If all of these are Williams siblings, then it suggests Williams mother was Anne <67>.
If so, is this is very likely to be Francis <66> and Anne's <67> marriage:

FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse:  ANN ALLTON
  Marriage:  23 AUG 1789   Horsley, Derby, England
Messages:
 Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 M055131  1767 - 1810  0428917   Film  6905234   Film
 M055131  1813 - 1837  0498093   Film  NONE
 Sheet: 00

NB. Horsley is barely 2 miles from Denby - see map.
The date also fits, same year as the earliest known child William was born.


Are any of these christenings of Francis?

FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  28 JUN 1756   Horsley, Derby, England
 Death:  29 JUN 1756
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
  Mother:  MARY GRACE
Messages:
 Form submitted by a member of the LDS Church. The form lists the submitter's name and address and may include source information. The address may be outdated. Details vary. To find the form, you must know the batch and sheet number.
Source Information:
 Batch Number:  8605830
 Sheet:  63
 Source Call No.:  1396166   Type:  Film

FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  25 AUG 1761   Horsley, Derby, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
  Mother:  MARY GRACE
Messages:
 Form submitted by a member of the LDS Church. The form lists the submitter's name and address and may include source information. The address may be outdated. Details vary. To find the form, you must know the batch and sheet number.
Source Information:
 Batch Number:  8605830
 Sheet:  63
 Source Call No.:  1396166   Type:  Film

FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  24 MAY 1780   Horsley, Derby, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  JOSEPH LANCASHIRE
  Mother:  JANE
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C055131  1767 - 1810  0428917   Film  6905233   Film
 C055131  1813 - 1844  0498093   Film  NONE
 Sheet: 00

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <67>
Status:   D
Name:     \Anne Allton\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -7
Position: 00101001
Born:     ???
Married:  23/08/1789, Horsley, Derbyshire  [IGI]
Died:     ???
Partner:  <66>
Child:    <64>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

IGI:
WILLIAM LANCASHIRE <64>  Christening:  29 NOV 1789  Denby, Derby, England   Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
JAMES LANCASHIRE         Christening:  24 MAR 1791  Denby, Derby, England   Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
FRANCIS LANCASHIRE       Christening:  14 OCT 1792  Denby, Derby, England   Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
ELLEN LANCASHIRE         Christening:  10 NOV 1794  Denby, Derby, England   Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE   Mother:  ANNE
THOMAS LANCASHIRE        Christening:  18 DEC 1796  Denby, Derby, England   Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE   Mother:  ANNE
MARY LANCASHIRE          Christening:  24 APR 1799  Denby, Derby, England   Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE   Mother:  ANNE
JOHN LANCASHIRE          Christening:  20 JAN 1802  Denby, Derby, England   Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
ANNE LANCASHIRE          Christening:  09 APR 1804  Denby, Derby, England   Father:  FRANCIS LANCASHIRE   Mother:  ANNE
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 P000441  1573 - 1812  0823622   Film  6904778   Film
 Sheet: 00
  Film or fiche number 0823622
  Item 1 Denby, Derbyshire, England, christenings and burials, 1573-1812  Church of England. Parish Church of Denby (Derbyshire)
  Item 2 Parish register transcripts, 1558-1847  Church of England. Parish Church of Wilmslow (Cheshire)
  Item 3 Parish register transcripts, 1558-1847  Church of England. Parish Church of Wilmslow (Cheshire)
  Item 4 Christenings, Congleton, Cheshire, England, 1750-1769  Church of England. St. Peter's Church (Congleton, Cheshire)
  Item 5 Parish register transcript, Birkenhead, Cheshire, England  Church of England. Parochial Chapelry (Birkenhead)

If all of these are Williams siblings, then it suggests Williams mother was Anne <67>.
If so, is this is very likely to be Francis <66> and Anne's <67> marriage:

FRANCIS LANCASHIRE
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse:  ANN ALLTON
  Marriage:  23 AUG 1789   Horsley, Derby, England
Messages:
 Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 M055131  1767 - 1810  0428917   Film  6905234   Film
 M055131  1813 - 1837  0498093   Film  NONE
 Sheet: 00

NB. Horsley is barely 2 miles from Denby - see map.
The date also fits, same year as the earliest known child William was born.

Is this Annes christening??

ANNE AULTON
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  05 AUG 1764   Denby, Derby, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  WILLIAM AULTON
  Mother:  ELLEN
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 P000441  1573 - 1812  0823622   Film  6904778   Film
 Sheet: 00

Other possibilities:
  You searched for:  Anne Allton, Birth/Christening, 1744 - 1784, Derby, England, British Isles
  Exact Spelling: Off
  1. Ann Alton - International Genealogical Index       Gender: Female   Christening: 04 AUG 1745 Shottle, Duffield, Derby, England
  2. ANNE AULTON - International Genealogical Index     Gender: Female   Christening: 24 AUG 1750 St Werburgh, Derby, Derby, England
  3. ANN ALTON - International Genealogical Index       Gender: Female   Christening: 04 APR 1756 Doveridge, Derby, England
  4. ANNE AULTON - International Genealogical Index     Gender: Female   Christening: 05 AUG 1764 Denby, Derby, England
  8. ANNE AULTON - International Genealogical Index     Gender: Female   Christening: 07 APR 1782 Denby, Derby, England
  9. Ann Alton - International Genealogical Index       Gender: Female   Birth: 1783 Alfreton, Derby, England
 10. ANN ALTON OR HALTON OR AUTON - International Genealogical Index
                                                        Gender: Female   Christening: 27 JUL 1783 Smalley, Derby, England

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <68>
Status:   D
Name:     \Charlotte Ward\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -3
Position: 000000#^
Born:     c1850, Woodhouse/Handsworth, Yorkshire
          c1850, Woodhouse, Yorkshire  [1901C]
          c1850, Woodhouse, Yorkshire  [1881C]
          c1851, Woodhouse, Yorkshire  [1871C]
          c1850, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1851C]
Married:  April-June 1875, Sheffield district  [GRO]
Died:     ???
Partner:  George Waller
Child:    ???
          Brought up John Ward <45>, son of cousin Arthur <90>
Father:   Thomas Ward <<123>>
Mother:   Phebe ? <<123>>
Sibling:  \Thomas Ward:c1844\
            Aged 7 in 1851 (so born c1844), born Handsworth, Yorkshire; Scholar; Living in Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1851C]
            Also implied in 1871 census as father described as 'Thomas Ward Snr'
            Unable to positively identify in 1881 census
            Unable to positively identify in 1891 census
            Unable to positively identify in 1901 census
          \James Ward:c1846\
            Aged 5 in 1851 (so born c1846), born Handsworth, Yorkshire; Scholar; Living in Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1851C]
            Located possible James Ward (age 36 (born c1845) born in Handsworth) in 1881 census.  See James_Ward_36.
            Unable to positively identify in 1891 census
            Unable to positively identify in 1901 census
          \Frederick Ward:c1846\
            Aged 4 in 1851 (so born c1847), born Handsworth, Yorkshire; Scholar; Living in Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1851C]
            Aged 25 in 1871 (so born c1846), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; Living in Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1871C]
            Aged 34 in 1881 (so born c1847), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; Cattle Dealer; Living in Back Lane, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1881C]
            Located possible Fred K Ward (age 44 (born c1847) born in Handsworth) in 1891 census.  See Fred_K_Ward_44.
            Unable to positively identify in 1901 census
          \Mary Jane Ward:c1849\
            Aged 2 in 1851 (so born c1849), born Handsworth, Yorkshire; Living in Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1851C]
            Aged 22 in 1871 (so born c1849), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; Living in Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1871C]
            Unable to positively identify in 1891 census - perhaps she married?
            Unable to positively identify in 1901 census - perhaps she married?
          \Phebe Ward:c1853\
            Aged 18 in 1871 (so born c1853), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; Living in Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1871C]
            Unable to find in 1881 - perhaps she married?
Notes:

Hilda <<7>> had said about an Eleanor Ward:
  ---
  John <45> lived with his aunt Eleanor Ward after Phoebe <91> died when John <45> was 2 years old. [Hilda <<7>>]
  Lived in Beighton. [Hilda <<7>>]
  Married George Waller, an undertaker and joiner in Beighton [Hilda <<7>>]
  ---

John, it seems did indeed live with \George Waller:c1850\, but George was married to Charlotte Ward,
not Eleanor, and Charlotte was not Johns <45> literal 'aunt' but seems to have been Arthurs <90> cousin.

In 1901: George is recorded as a Joiner + Wheelwright; age 51 (so born c1850); born in Beighton, Derbyshire; living at High Street, Beighton, Derbyshire  [1901C]
         Charlotte Ward was aged 51 (so born c1850); born in Woodhouse, Yorks; living at High Street, Beighton, Derbyshire  [1901C]
  Also present in 1901 is boarder John Ward <45> aged 17, as well as Georges son Samuel Waller and adopted son Frank Waller
In 1881: George is recorded as a Joiner & Wheelwright; age 31 (so born c1850); born in Beighton, Derbyshire; living at Main Street, Beighton, Derbyshire; living with father William Chambers (66) and mother Mary (70)  [1881C]
         Charlotte Ward was aged 31 (so born c1850); born in Woodhouse, Yorks; living at Main Street, Beighton, Derbyshire
  Also present in 1881 are Georges sons T Fred Waller and Samuel Waller
In 1871: Charlotte is aged 20 (so born c1851); born in Woodhouse, Yorks; living in Handsworth, Yorkshire; Daughter of Thomas and Phebea Ward
In 1851: Charlotte is aged 1 (so born c1850); born in Handsworth, Yorks; living in Woodhouse, Yorkshire; Daughter of Thomas and Phebe Ward

In April-June 1875, in the Sheffield district, George Waller married Charlotte Ward (vol/page 9c/438)

Birth ref: Charlotte Ward, Jun 1850, Sheffield, XXII/644  [GRO image]

Known children of George Waller - unknown if Charlotte was the mother :
\T Fred Waller:c1878\
  Aged 3 in 1881 (so born c1878), born Beighton, Derbyshire; living at Beighton, Derbyshire  [1881C]
  Unable to positively identify in 1891 census
  Found possible in 1901, with Fred Waller, 23, born Beighton, Derbyshire as a visitor to Daniel Mattson.  See Fred_Waller_23.
\Samuel Waller:c1880\
  Aged 1 in 1881 (so born c1880), born Beighton, Derbyshire; living at Beighton, Derbyshire  [1881C]
  Aged 21 in 1901 (so born c1880), born Beighton, Derbyshire; Butcher; living at High Street, Beighton, Derbyshire  [1901C]
\Frank Waller:c1885\
  Adopted son of George
  Aged 16 in 1901 (so born c1885), born Crick, Derbyshire; General Labourer; living at High Street, Beighton, Derbyshire  [1901C]

(Finding birth refs for these children and ordering birth certificates for these would clear up who the mother is.)


George Waller's parents were \William Chambers:c1815\, a Pork Butcher; born c1815, Anstin, Yorkshire  [1881C]
                         and \Mary ?:c1811\, born c1811, Waleswood, Yorkshire  [1881C]


IGI christening of Charlotte:
CHARLOTTE WARD
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  28 APR 1850   Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  THOMAS WARD
  Mother:  PHOEBE
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C109321  1813 - 1874  0990889   Film  6902414   Film
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1598-1874  Church of England. Parish Church of Handsworth (Yorkshire)


"Le Tall's Woodhouse", Pages 26 to 27, which mentions Charlottes siblings Thomas, James and Frederick :
WARD FAMILY.
The Ward's are a cattle-dealing family.  Thomas <<123>>, George <<123>>,
and Daniel <123>, all in the cattle line, are the sons of one Thomas <128>,
who dealt in cattle, and Thomas was the son of George <69>, and
George was the son of John <71>, so John would be the great-grand-
-father of the Thomas, George and Daniel <123> of this generation.
Thomas tells me his great-grandfather <71> was a shoemaker by
trade, and lived on the property at Stubbin Lane-end which
the Wards purchased ultimately.  he commenced dealing in
sheep, which he kept on the common and took to Chesterfield
market to sell.  He preferred cattle-dealing to shoemaking so
left the last: and his descendants have evidently approved of
their great-grandfather's act, for they keep to cattle-dealing.
George <<123>> has retired: he paid particular attention to pig-jobbing
when in business.  Upon his retiring he built Netherfield House
in 1870.  Thomas <<123>>, his elder brother, took his trade, and now
(1873) does a large business.  His sons Tom, James and Fred <<68>>
are all his assistants.  They procure many cattle and swine
from Ireland for the English Market.  Daniel <123> died at Derby:
his son is also a cattle-dealer.  John Ward, another branch of
family, was a stone-mason: William, his brother, was a gardener.
John Ward, butcher, living 1873, is another branch.
Rowland, auctioneer, is brother to John the butcher: he is
living (1873).  The Wards of Swallownest are also blood
relations to the Wards of Woodhouse.


In 1901, this is John <45>, living with George Waller and Charlotte Ward :
  RG13/3259, page 40
  Registration district: Chesterfield
  Sub-registration district: Eckington
  ED, institution, or vessel: 27
  Folio: 101
  Page: 40
  Household schedule number: 192
  Admin County: Derby
  Civil parish: Beighton
  Eccl parish: Beighton
  Rural District: Chesterfield
  Parliamentary Division: N E
  Town/Village/Hamlet: Beighton
  Address: High Street
  Household:
    NAME              REL      M.ST  AGE  OCCUPATION            EMPL/WKR  IF WKG AT HOME   BIRTHPLACE
    George Waller,    Head,    M,    51,  Joiner + Wheelwright, Employer, working at home, Derbys Beighton
    Charlotte Waller, Wife,    M,    51,           ,               ,             ,         Yorks Woodhouse
    Samuel Waller,    Son,     S,    21,  Butcher,              Worker,   working at home, Derbys Beighton
    John Ward,        Boarder, S,    17,  Labourer (General),   Worker,          ,         Derbys Derby
    Frank Waller, Adopted Son, S,    16,  Labourer (General),   Worker,          ,         Derbys Crick
    Jessie Gent,      Serv't,  S,    16,  Domestic Servant,     Worker,          ,         Derbys Beighton

(FreeBMD search on 05/04/2006 for George Waller marrying Charlotte Ward)
-------
Search for   Type:   Marriages   Surname:   waller   First name(s):   george
Start date:   Mar 1850   End date:   Dec 1882   Spouse's first name(s):   charlotte

Marriages Mar 1868
Waller  George Henry    Norwich  4b 195

Marriages Jun 1875
Waller  George     Dartford  2a 560
Waller  George     Sheffield  9c 438

Marriages Dec 1875
WALLER  George     St Albans  3a 605

Marriages Dec 1876
WALLER  George William     Sheffield  9c 661

Marriages Mar 1882
WALLER  George     St. Geo. H. Sq  1a 505

Marriages Jun 1875
DAWSON  William John    Sheffield  9c 438
Taylor  Sarah Ellen     Sheffield  9c 438
Waller  George     Sheffield  9c 438   ********************************
WARD  Charlotte     Sheffield  9c 438   ********************************

Marriages Dec 1876
BEEBE  Joseph    Sheffield  9c 661
GRAVES  George     Sheffield  9c 661
Haywood  Rose Ann     Sheffield  9c 661
LISTER  Charlotte Ellen     Sheffield  9c 661
WALLER  George William     Sheffield  9c 661
-------

George Waller and Charlotte Ward in 1881 :
  Civil parish: Beighton
  County/Island: Derbyshire
  Country: England
  Street address: Main Street
  Source information: RG12/4670
  Registration district: Rotherham
  Sub registration district: Beighton
  ED, institution, or vessel: 1
  Folio: 7
  Page: 7
  GSU Number: 1342129
  Household:
    NAME              REL        MF  M.ST  AGE  OCCUPATION                  BIRTHPLACE
    William Chambers  Head       M   Mar   66   Pork Butcher                Anstin, Yorks
    Mary Chambers     Wife       F   Mar   70   Pork Butcher Wife           Waleswood, Yorks
    George Waller     Son        M   Mar   31   Joiner & Wheelwright        Beighton, Derby
    Charlotte Waller  Sons Wife  F   Mar   31   Joiner & Wheelwright Wife   Woodhouse, Yorks
    T Fred Waller     Grandson   M          3                               Beighton, Derby
    Samuel Waller     Grandson   M          1                               Beighton, Derby

Charlotte Ward in 1871:
  Civil Parish: Handsworth
  Town: Woodhouse
  County/Island: Yorkshire
  Country: England
  Street address: Woodhouse
  Source information: RG10/4700
  Registration district: Sheffield
  Sub-registration district: Handsworth
  ED, institution, or vessel: 4
  Folio: 71
  Page: 7
  Household schedule number: 31
  GSU Number: 847240
  Household:
    NAME              REL        MF  M.ST  AGE  OCCUPATION                  BIRTHPLACE            EstBYear
    Thomas Ward Snr   Head       M   Mar   59   Cattle Dealer               Yorks Woodhouse       abt 1812
    Phebea Ward       Wife       F   Mar   61                               Yorks Woodhouse       abt 1810
    Mary Jane Ward    Daur       F   Umn   22                               Yorks Woodhouse       abt 1849
    Charlotte Ward    Daur       F   Unm   20                               Yorks Woodhouse       abt 1851
    Phebea Ward       Daur       F   Unm   18                               Yorks Woodhouse       abt 1853
    Frederick Ward    Son        M   Unm   25                               Yorks Woodhouse       abt 1846
    Abraham Mallison  Visitor    M   Unm   48   Cattle Dealer               Yorks Huddersfield    abt 1823
    William Fletcher  Visitor    M   Widr  46   Cattle Dealer               Lanc_sh Manchester    abt 1825
    William Hall      Visitor    M   Unm   23   Cattle Dealer               Lanc_sh Manchester    abt 1848

Could not find Charlotte in 1861

Charlotte Ward in 1851:
  Street address: Woodhouse
  Civil parish: Handsworth
  County/Island: Yorkshire
  Country: England
  Source information: HO107/2342
  Registration district: Sheffield
  Sub-registration district: Brightside
  ED, institution, or vessel: 1
  Folio: 556
  Page: 7
  Household schedule number: 23
  GSU Number: 87598-87600
    Name              MF  Relation     MStatus  Age  Occupation       Birthplace              EstBYear
    Thomas Ward       M   Head         Mar      39   Cattle Dealer    York're Handsworth      abt 1812
    Phebe Ward        F   Wife         Mar      40                    York're Handsworth      abt 1811
    Thos Ward         M   Son                    7   Scholar          York're Handsworth      abt 1844
    James Ward        M   Son                    5   Scholar          York're Handsworth      abt 1846
    Frederic Ward     M   Son                    4   Scholar          York're Handsworth      abt 1847
    Mary J Ward       F   Daughter               2                    York're Handsworth      abt 1849
    Charlotte Ward    F   Daughter               1                    York're Handsworth      abt 1850
    George Pashley    M   Wife's Son            15   Scholar          York're Handsworth      abt 1836
    Lydia Sales       F   Servant               60   House Servant    Derby're Stavely        abt 1791


Mother Phebe and son Frederick in 1881:

Street address: Back Lane
Civil parish: Handsworth
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England

Registration district: Sheffield
Sub registration district: Handsworth
ED, institution, or vessel: 4

Name                MF  Relation    MStatus    Age   Occupation         Birthplace
Phebe Ward          F   Head        Wid        71                       York Woodhouse
Ellen Pashley       F   Daur        Unm        40    Shopkeeper         York Woodhouse
Frederick Ward      M   Son         Unm        34    Cattle Dealer      York Woodhouse
Elizabeth Percival  F   Serv                   12                       York Woodhouse

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <69>
Status:   D
Name:     \George Ward\
          Thomas Wards father
Gender:   M
Gen:      -7
Position: 00000000
Born:     c1747, Handsworth [IGI] [PR] (?)
          Christened 10/04/1747(X), Handsworth, Sheffield, Yorkshire.
          (Presumably uses the old new years day - see notes for details.)
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <70>
Child:    <128>
Father:   <71>
Mother:   <72>
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

Thomas's <128> christening:

THOMAS WARD
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:  11 DEC 1780
 Christening:  07 JAN 1781   Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  GEORGE WARD
  Mother:  ELIZABETH
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 J109323  1765 - 1812  0990889   Film  6902414   Film
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1598-1874  Church of England. Parish Church of Handsworth (Yorkshire)

Found an IGI marriage between George Ward and Elizabeth Shepard in Handsworth in 1768.
If that marriage is right, they would have been married about 12 years before Thomas's <128> birth.

GEORGE WARD
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse:  ELIZABETH SHEPARD
  Marriage:  11 JAN 1768   Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
Messages:
 Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 M109323  1765 - 1812  0990889   Film  6911276   Film
 Sheet: 00

The Handsworth parish registers confirm this marriage record exists (but note the different spelling of Shepard/Shepherd) :
  "Jan 11th 1768 George Ward and Elizabeth Shepherd marreyed"

Also possible is this marriage :
(If this one is right, Thomas <128> would have been born 8 years later.)

GEORGE WARD
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse:  ELIZABETH SANDERSON
  Marriage:  27 APR 1772   Cathedral Saint Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
Messages:
 Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 M007756  1746 - 1774  0919325   Film  6909645   Film
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts for Sheffield, 1608-1828  Church of England. Parish Church of Sheffield (Yorkshire)



"Le Tall's Woodhouse" suggests the father of my George Ward <69>, a Shoemaker, was John Ward <71>, also a Shoemaker,
consistent with this IGI christening and the parish register.
Sadly, it gives very few dates for any members of the family.

The Handsworth parish registers give for his children:
  "Thomas Ward son of George and Elizabeth Woodhouse Shoemaker" <128>
  "Jonathon son of George and Elizabeth Woodhouse Shoemaker" <<128>>
  "anne (not male) Bapt May 25th  of Woodhouse Shoemaker" <<128>>
Which tallies well with the description of John <71> as a Shoemaker.

An IGI christening of the right place and period, and the only one found for George <69> that matches
with John <71> as the father, is:

GEORGE WARD
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  10 APR 1747   Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  JOHN WARD
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C109322  1708 - 1764  0990888   Film  6902414   Film
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1598-1874  Church of England. Parish Church of Handsworth (Yorkshire)

The Handsworth parish registers confirm this christening:
  "George Ward bapt Apr 1747 son of John Ward" [PR]

{NB. The christening date, before 1752, presumably uses the old new years day - with NYD being Lady Day (25th March).
     This would appear to be the case as the parish register also says 1747, like the IGI.}

This would make George <69> aged about 21 in 1768, at the time of his possible marriage to
Elizabeth Shephard/Shepherd.


"Le Tall's Woodhouse", Pages 26 to 27 :
WARD FAMILY.
The Ward's are a cattle-dealing family.  Thomas <<123>>, George <<123>>,
and Daniel <123>, all in the cattle line, are the sons of one Thomas <128>,
who dealt in cattle, and Thomas was the son of George <69>, and
George was the son of John <71>, so John would be the great-grand-
-father of the Thomas, George and Daniel <123> of this generation.
Thomas tells me his great-grandfather <71> was a shoemaker by
trade, and lived on the property at Stubbin Lane-end which
the Wards purchased ultimately.  he commenced dealing in
sheep, which he kept on the common and took to Chesterfield
market to sell.  He preferred cattle-dealing to shoemaking so
left the last: and his descendants have evidently approved of
their great-grandfather's act, for they keep to cattle-dealing.
George <<123>> has retired: he paid particular attention to pig-jobbing
when in business.  Upon his retiring he built Netherfield House
in 1870.  Thomas <<123>>, his elder brother, took his trade, and now
(1873) does a large business.  His sons Tom, James and Fred <<68>>
are all his assistants.  They procure many cattle and swine
from Ireland for the English Market.  Daniel <123> died at Derby:
his son is also a cattle-dealer.  John Ward, another branch of
family, was a stone-mason: William, his brother, was a gardener.
John Ward, butcher, living 1873, is another branch.
Rowland, auctioneer, is brother to John the butcher: he is
living (1873).  The Wards of Swallownest are also blood
relations to the Wards of Woodhouse.



Are these Georges <69> siblings?
{NB. These christening date, before 1752, presumably use the old new years day - with NYD being Lady Day (25th March).
     The IGI seems to have not converted these to the modern New Year format as the parish register for George also says 1747.}

Results for:  Any Event, 1730 - 1770, Yorkshire, England, British Isles
Father: John Ward
Exact Spelling: Off
Batch Number: C109322

 1. WILLIAM WARD - International Genealogical Index    Gender: Male Christening: 28 OCT 1733 Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 2. JONATHAN WARD - International Genealogical Index   Gender: Male Christening: 12 OCT 1740 Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 3. MARY WARDE - International Genealogical Index      Gender: Female Christening: 03 AUG 1735 Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 4. GEORGE WARD - International Genealogical Index     Gender: Male Christening: 10 APR 1747 Handsworth, Yorkshire, England

WILLIAM WARD
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  28 OCT 1733   Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  JOHN WARD
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C109322  1708 - 1764  0990888   Film  6902414   Film
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1598-1874  Church of England. Parish Church of Handsworth (Yorkshire)

MARY WARDE
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  03 AUG 1735   Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  JOHN WARDE
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C109322  1708 - 1764  0990888   Film  6902414   Film
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1598-1874  Church of England. Parish Church of Handsworth (Yorkshire)

JONATHAN WARD
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  12 OCT 1740   Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  JOHN WARD
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C109322  1708 - 1764  0990888   Film  6902414   Film
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1598-1874  Church of England. Parish Church of Handsworth (Yorkshire)

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <70>
Status:   D
Name:     \Elizabeth ?\
          Thomas Wards mother
          Possibly Elizabeth Shepard/Shepherd??
Gender:   F
Gen:      -7
Position: 00000001
Born:     ???
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <69>
Child:    <128>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

Thomas's <128> christening:

THOMAS WARD
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:  11 DEC 1780
 Christening:  07 JAN 1781   Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  GEORGE WARD
  Mother:  ELIZABETH
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 J109323  1765 - 1812  0990889   Film  6902414   Film
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1598-1874  Church of England. Parish Church of Handsworth (Yorkshire)

Found an IGI marriage between George Ward and Elizabeth Shepard in Handsworth in 1768.
If that marriage is right, they would have been married about 12 years before Thomas's <128> birth.

GEORGE WARD
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse:  ELIZABETH SHEPARD
  Marriage:  11 JAN 1768   Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
Messages:
 Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 M109323  1765 - 1812  0990889   Film  6911276   Film
 Sheet: 00

The Handsworth parish registers confirm this marriage record exists (but note the different spelling of Shepard/Shepherd) :
  "Jan 11th 1768 George Ward and Elizabeth Shepherd marreyed"

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <71>
Status:   D
Name:     \John Ward\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -8
Position: 000000000
Born:     ???
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <72>
Child:    <69>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

"Le Tall's Woodhouse" suggests the father of my George Ward <69>, a Shoemaker, was John Ward <71>,
also a Shoemaker, consistent with this IGI christening and the parish register.
Sadly, it gives very few dates for any members of the family.

The Handsworth parish registers give for his children:
  "Thomas Ward son of George and Elizabeth Woodhouse Shoemaker" <128>
  "Jonathon son of George and Elizabeth Woodhouse Shoemaker" <<128>>
  "anne (not male) Bapt May 25th  of Woodhouse Shoemaker" <<128>>
Which tallies well with the description of John <71> as a Shoemaker.

An IGI christening of the right place and period, and the only one found for George <69> that matches
with John <71> as the father, is:

GEORGE WARD
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  10 APR 1747   Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  JOHN WARD
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C109322  1708 - 1764  0990888   Film  6902414   Film
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1598-1874  Church of England. Parish Church of Handsworth (Yorkshire)

The Handsworth parish registers confirm this christening:
  "George Ward bapt Apr 1747 son of John Ward"


"Le Tall's Woodhouse", Pages 26 to 27 :
WARD FAMILY.
The Ward's are a cattle-dealing family.  Thomas <<123>>, George <<123>>,
and Daniel <123>, all in the cattle line, are the sons of one Thomas <128>,
who dealt in cattle, and Thomas was the son of George <69>, and
George was the son of John <71>, so John would be the great-grand-
-father of the Thomas, George and Daniel <123> of this generation.
Thomas tells me his great-grandfather <71> was a shoemaker by
trade, and lived on the property at Stubbin Lane-end which
the Wards purchased ultimately.  he commenced dealing in
sheep, which he kept on the common and took to Chesterfield
market to sell.  He preferred cattle-dealing to shoemaking so
left the last: and his descendants have evidently approved of
their great-grandfather's act, for they keep to cattle-dealing.
George <<123>> has retired: he paid particular attention to pig-jobbing
when in business.  Upon his retiring he built Netherfield House
in 1870.  Thomas <<123>>, his elder brother, took his trade, and now
(1873) does a large business.  His sons Tom, James and Fred <<68>>
are all his assistants.  They procure many cattle and swine
from Ireland for the English Market.  Daniel <123> died at Derby:
his son is also a cattle-dealer.  John Ward, another branch of
family, was a stone-mason: William, his brother, was a gardener.
John Ward, butcher, living 1873, is another branch.
Rowland, auctioneer, is brother to John the butcher: he is
living (1873).  The Wards of Swallownest are also blood
relations to the Wards of Woodhouse.

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <72>
Status:   D
Name:     \? ?\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -8
Position: 000000001
Born:     ???
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <71>
Child:    <69>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

Reserved for unknown partner of John Ward <71> and mother of George <69>.

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <73>
Status:   D
Name:     \Robert Cooper\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -5
Position: 00100
Born:     c1825, Gloucestershire, England [1851C] [1881C] [1891C]
          The 1851 census gives Siston, Gloucestershire [1851C]
          The 1881 census gives Hambrook, Gloucestershire [1881C]
          The 1891 census gives Mangsterfield, Gloucestershire [1891C]
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <74>
Child:    <52>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

Named in the marriage certificate of James Cooper <52> and Elizabeth Garratt <53> as the fasther of the groom.
Occupation is stated as Miner.

Named in the birth cert of James Cooper <52> as a Coal Miner living at Soundwell, Mangotsfield.

1851 census:

Parish:  Mangotsfield
Address: Soundwell

County/Island: Gloucestershire
Source information: HO107/1944
Registration district: Keynsham
Sub-registration district: Bitton
ED, institution, or vessel: 1b
Folio: 205
Page: 7 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 26
GSU Number: 221103-221104

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age      Occupation   Birthplace                        EstBYear  Individual
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Robert Cooper          M    Head      Mar   26       Coal Miner   Siston, Glostersh.                abt 1825  Robert Cooper <73>
Ann Cooper             F    Wife      Mar   25                    Mangotsfield, Glostersh.          abt 1826  Ann <74>
John Cooper            M    Son              4(?)                 Mangotsfield, Glostersh.          abt 1847
Robert Cooper          M    Son              3                    Mangotsfield, Glostersh.          abt 1848
Thomas Cooper          M    Son              1                    Mangotsfield, Glostersh.          abt 1850

Similar 1851 info available from
  http://www.rootsweb.com/~cotswold/GLSontheweb.htm
  http://www.rootsweb.com/~cotswold/1nameCOO-COZ.txt
  http://www.rootsweb.com/~cotswold/mangotsfield51.txt
  Index: COOPER Robert 26 Coal Miner Siston  / Mangotsfield 51

1881 census for that Robert and Ann Cooper (census taken 03/04/1891) :
Household:
 Name              Relation  M.Status   Gender  Age   Birthplace                           Occupation   Disability
 Robert COOPER     Head      M          Male    56    Hambrook, Gloucester, England        Coal Miner
 Ann COOPER        Wife      M          Female  52    Mangersfield, Gloucester, England
Source Information:
  Dwelling	  North Staveley Aston Terraces
  Census Place	Aston Cum Aughton & Ulley, York, England
  Family History Library Film	  1342129
  Public Records Office Reference	  RG11
  Piece / Folio	  4670 / 71
  Page Number	  31
James <52> Cooper and Elizabeth <53> Cooper (Garratt) are also in Aston in 1881,
and also in RG11/4670 (though a different folio).  It seems James and his Father may have
lived on the same street for at least 10 years.

1891 census for Elizabeth Cooper (Garratt) <53> :
Cooper, Ann   16   Netherton, Worcestershire    Daughter    Aston    Yorkshire
Location:
  Administrative county: Yorkshire
  Civil parish: Aston
  Village: Aston
  Rural sanitary district: Rotherham
  Parliamentary borough: Rotherham
  Eccl. parish/district: All Saints
  Address: No. 9
  Ref: RG12/3844
Household:
  Elizabeth Cooper, Head, Widow, 39, Living on own means, Worstershire Netherton
  Ann Cooper, Daur, Single, 16, Worstershire Netherton
  Marie (Maria?) Cooper, Daur, Single, 13, Worstershire Netherton
  Elizabeth Cooper, Daur, 9, Yorkshire Aston
  James Cooper, Son, 4, Yorkshire Aston
  Lilly Cooper, Daur, 1, Yorkshire Aston
Note the absence of James Cooper senior, and Elizabath senior as a widow.
So James Cooper <52> died between 1881 and 1891 - useful to know!
On the previous image - and living on the same street - is a Robert Cooper, age 66,
married to Ann Cooper age 61.  Probably the same Robert Cooper <73> who is the
father of Annie's <42> father James Cooper <52>.

1891 census for Robert Cooper aged 66 (census taken 05/04/1891) :
Location:
  Administrative county: Yorkshire
  Civil parish: Aston
  Village: Aston
  Rural sanitary district: Rotherham
  Parliamentary borough: Rotherham
  Eccl. parish/district: All Saints
  Address: No. 2
  Ref: RG12/3844
Household:
  Robert Cooper, Head, Married, 66, Coal Miner, Gloucestershire Mangsterfield
  Ann Cooper, Wife, Married, 61, Gloucestershire Mangsterfield
  William Coumley, Boarder, Single, 27, Coal Miner, Place Unknown
On the next image - and living on the same street - is Elizabeth Cooper (Garratt) <53>,
widow of Roberts <73> son James <52>.



Is this their marriage in the IGI?
ROBERT COOPER
  Male
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:
  Death:
  Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse: ANN STRONG
  Marriage: 26 APR 1847  Chipping Campden, Gloucester, England
Messages:
  Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are
  usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.: 	Dates: 	Source Call No.: 	Type: 	Printout Call No.: 	Type:
  M026212 	1616 - 1854 	0504453, 0504454  	Film 	6902597  	Film
  Sheet: 00

Is this his christening in the IGI?
ROBERT BRANSBY COOPER
  Male
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening: 05 AUG 1824  Hardwicke, Gloucester, England
  Death:
  Burial:
Parents:
  Father: ROBERT JERMYN COOPER
  Mother: ARABELLA HARRIETT
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record.
  The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or
  christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.: 	Dates: 	Source Call No.: 	Type: 	Printout Call No.: 	Type:
  C028954 	1755 - 1875 	0991299  	Film 	6911720  	Film
  Sheet: 00

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <74>
Status:   D
Name:     \Ann Davis\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -5
Position: 00101
Born:     c1830, Gloucestershire, England [1851C] [1881C] [1891C]
          The 1851 census gives Mangotsfield, Gloucestershire [1851C]
          The 1881 census gives Mangersfield, Gloucestershire [1881C]
          The 1891 census gives Mangsterfield, Gloucestershire [1891C]
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <73>
Child:    <52>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

Named in the birth cert of James Cooper <52>, giving pre-married name of Davis.

1891 census for Robert Cooper aged 66 (census taken 05/04/1891) :
Location:
  Administrative county: Yorkshire
  Civil parish: Aston
  Village: Aston
  Rural sanitary district: Rotherham
  Parliamentary borough: Rotherham
  Eccl. parish/district: All Saints
  Address: No. 2
  Ref: RG12/3844
Household:
  Robert Cooper, Head, Married, 66, Coal Miner, Gloucestershire Mangsterfield
  Ann Cooper, Wife, Married, 61, Gloucestershire Mangsterfield
  William Coumley, Boarder, Single, 27, Coal Miner, Place Unknown
On the next image - and living on the same street - is Elizabeth Cooper (Garratt) <53>,
widow of Roberts <73> son James <52>.

1851 census:

Parish:  Mangotsfield
Address: Soundwell

County/Island: Gloucestershire
Source information: HO107/1944
Registration district: Keynsham
Sub-registration district: Bitton
ED, institution, or vessel: 1b
Folio: 205
Page: 7 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 26
GSU Number: 221103-221104

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age      Occupation   Birthplace                        EstBYear  Individual
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Robert Cooper          M    Head      Mar   26       Coal Miner   Siston, Glostersh.                abt 1825  Robert Cooper <73>
Ann Cooper             F    Wife      Mar   25                    Mangotsfield, Glostersh.          abt 1826  Ann <74>
John Cooper            M    Son              4(?)                 Mangotsfield, Glostersh.          abt 1847
Robert Cooper          M    Son              3                    Mangotsfield, Glostersh.          abt 1848
Thomas Cooper          M    Son              1                    Mangotsfield, Glostersh.          abt 1850

Similar 1851 info available from
  http://www.rootsweb.com/~cotswold/GLSontheweb.htm
  http://www.rootsweb.com/~cotswold/1nameCOO-COZ.txt
  http://www.rootsweb.com/~cotswold/mangotsfield51.txt
  Index: COOPER Robert 26 Coal Miner Siston  / Mangotsfield 51

1881 census for that Robert and Ann Cooper (census taken 03/04/1891) :
Household:
 Name              Relation  M.Status   Gender  Age   Birthplace                           Occupation   Disability
 Robert COOPER     Head      M          Male    56    Hambrook, Gloucester, England        Coal Miner
 Ann COOPER        Wife      M          Female  52    Mangersfield, Gloucester, England
Source Information:
  Dwelling	  North Staveley Aston Terraces
  Census Place	Aston Cum Aughton & Ulley, York, England
  Family History Library Film	  1342129
  Public Records Office Reference	  RG11
  Piece / Folio	  4670 / 71
  Page Number	  31
James <52> Cooper and Elizabeth <53> Cooper (Garratt) are also in Aston in 1881,
and also in RG11/4670 (though a different folio).  It seems James and his Father may have
lived on the same street for at least 10 years.

Is this their marriage in the IGI?
ROBERT COOPER
  Male
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:
  Death:
  Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse: ANN STRONG
  Marriage: 26 APR 1847  Chipping Campden, Gloucester, England
Messages:
  Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are
  usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.: 	Dates: 	Source Call No.: 	Type: 	Printout Call No.: 	Type:
  M026212 	1616 - 1854 	0504453, 0504454  	Film 	6902597  	Film
  Sheet: 00

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <75>
Status:   D
Name:     \Richard Stead\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -5
Position: 011110
Born:     ???
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <76>
Child:    <47> ?
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

VRI gives possible (unconfirmed) Mary Stead:
STEAD, Mary	Christening
	Gender:	Female
	Christening Date:	21 Jul 1861	Recorded in:	Bolton Percy, Yorkshire, England
	Father:	Richard STEAD
	Mother:	Ann
Source:	FHL Film 1068315	Dates:	1854 - 1862
The place of birth does not match the census - but the census may be wrong.
There are many other Mary Steads the VRI gives, but this is the only one circa 1862 (+/- 5 years) in Yorkshire.
If valid, then there would seem to be an elder sibling:
STEAD, Samuel	Christening
	Gender:	Male
	Christening Date:	27 Nov 1859	Recorded in:	Bolton Percy, Yorkshire, England
	Father:	Richard STEAD
	Mother:	Ann
Source:	FHL Film 1068315	Dates:	1854 - 1862
Bolton Percy is closest to York, but in the vicinity of Leeds (which the census gave as the birth place for Mary).

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <76>
Status:   D
Name:     \Ann ____\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -5
Position: 011111
Born:     ???
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <75>
Child:    <47> ?
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

VRI gives possible (unconfirmed) Mary Stead:
STEAD, Mary	Christening
	Gender:	Female
	Christening Date:	21 Jul 1861	Recorded in:	Bolton Percy, Yorkshire, England
	Father:	Richard STEAD
	Mother:	Ann
Source:	FHL Film 1068315	Dates:	1854 - 1862
The place of birth does not match the census - but the census may be wrong.
There are many other Mary Steads the VRI gives, but this is the only one circa 1862 (+/- 5 years) in Yorkshire.
If valid, then there would seem to be an elder sibling:
STEAD, Samuel	Christening
	Gender:	Male
	Christening Date:	27 Nov 1859	Recorded in:	Bolton Percy, Yorkshire, England
	Father:	Richard STEAD
	Mother:	Ann
Source:	FHL Film 1068315	Dates:	1854 - 1862
Bolton Percy is closest to York, but in the vicinity of Leeds (which the census gave as the birth place for Mary).

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <77>
Status:   D
Name:     \Frances Bennett\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -4
Position: 01100*
Born:     c1846  [http://www.calverley.info/fars_bap.htm]
Married:  11/08/1866, Leeds [HK]
Died:     11/07/1867, age 21 [http://www.calverley.info/fars_bap.htm]
          11/07/1867, age 21 [HK]
          Buried 18 July 1867 @ Farsley Baptist, at 21 [HK]
          Certainly died in 1867, between 20/06/1867 (when Francis Gladstone Knapton was born)
                                  and 22/07/1867, by which time she is recorded as deceased
Partner:  <39>
Child:    <78>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

From Greville (07/08/2003):
With regards to Gladstone - his is the Certificate that the Registrar did not send.
Reason being that the name of his mother did not correspond to the one (Emma) that was on my application.
This lends to confirm that he was born before John & Emma married.
I am concluding that John was his father - but was John married before?
I rather think he may have been - more detective work.
I'll keep you posted.

Grevile (18/09/2003):
I've finally managed to get some info on the above-named [Francis Gladstone KNAPTON].
You will recall that he appeared in the 1881 Census in Stanningley aged 13 and then in the 1901 Census in Farsley
aged 33 but that I had failed to get a birth certificate from Leeds.
I applied for one from the GRO and it arrived yesterday.
It shows his DOB as 20th June 1867.
Parents:  John Marshall Knapton & Frances Knapton, formerly Bennett (deceased).
The birth was registered on 22nd July 1867, so Frances presumably died fairly soon after giving birth to young Francis G.
In due course I hope to get their Marriage certificate and Frances's Death cert.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
http://www.calverley.info/fars_bap.htm
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Page   Surname   Name            Died        Age  Born      Relationship  Relation               Comments
28     Knapton   Emma            1903 01 23  54             Wife of       John                   2nd Wife
28     Knapton   Frances         1867 07 11  21             Wife of       John
28     Knapton   John Marshall   1914 12 28  69             Husband of    Frances & Emma
28     Knapton   Maria           1946 03 25                 Daughter of   John                   Eldset Daughter
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <78>
Status:   D
Name:     \Francis Gladstone Knapton\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -3
Position: 01100*^
Born:     20/06/1867, Stanningley, Leeds, Yorkshire [birth cert]
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  ???
Child:    ???
Father:   <39>
Mother:   <77>
Sibling:  See Harry Knapton <30>
Notes:

From Greville (07/08/2003):
With regards to Gladstone - his is the Certificate that the Registrar did not send.
Reason being that the name of his mother did not correspond to the one (Emma) that was on my application.
This lends to confirm that he was born before John & Emma married.
I am concluding that John was his father - but was John married before?
I rather think he may have been - more detective work.
I'll keep you posted.

Grevile (18/09/2003):
I've finally managed to get some info on the above-named [Francis Gladstone KNAPTON].
You will recall that he appeared in the 1881 Census in Stanningley aged 13 and then in the 1901 Census in Farsley
aged 33 but that I had failed to get a birth certificate from Leeds.
I applied for one from the GRO and it arrived yesterday.
It shows his DOB as 20th June 1867.
Parents:  John Marshall Knapton & Frances Knapton, formerly Bennett (deceased).
The birth was registered on 22nd July 1867, so Frances presumably died fairly soon after giving birth to young Francis G.
In due course I hope to get their Marriage certificate and Frances's Death cert.

Births search on 1837online.com (30/10/2003) :
Jun 1867  KNA/1  --
Sep 1867  KNA/1  KNAPTON, Francis Gladstone, 'Bradford, Yk.', 9b/230

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Sep 1867
  Name:    Francis Gladstone Knapton <78>
  Mothers maiden name: ???
  District: Bradford, Yk.
  Vol/Page: 9b/230
  Researched: 30/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 31/10/2003 ; Received 07/11/2003.

Birth certificate of Francis Gladstone Knapton <78> :
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Bradford, Yorkshire
  1867 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Pudsey in the County of York
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  425  Twentieth June 1867            Francis      Boy    John Marshall      Frances           Mulespinner          John M. Knapton      Twenty second       N.Colefax
       Stanningley                    Gladstone           Knapton            Knapton                                Father               July 1867           Registrar
                                                                             formerly                               Stanningley
                                                                             Bennett                                Pudsey
                                                                             (deceased)
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1871 census:
Township:           Bramley
Municipal Borough:  Leeds
Municipal Ward:     Bramley
Parliamentary Boro: Leeds
Town:               Bramley
Village:            Stanningley
Local Board:        Leeds Town Council
Ecclesiastical District: St Thomas, Stanningley
Address: Fowler's Buildings [on New Row - which is also mentioned three households up - ?]
  Name              Rel.      M.Status  Age        Occupation       Birthplace
  John Knapton      Head      Mar        58        Woollen Spinner  Yorkshire Leeds
  Hannah Knapton    Wife      Mar        51                         Yorkshire Hunslet
  Wilson Knapton    Son       Unm        17        Boiler Maker     Yorkshire Armley
  Tom Knapton       Son                  14        Boiler Maker     Yorkshire Bramley
  Mary A Knapton    Daughter             12        Worsted Piecer   Yorkshire Bramley
  James Knapton     Son                  10        Fiffit Heater    Yorkshire Bramley
  Francis G Knapton Nephew                3        Scholar          Yorkshire Stanningley
Source information
  PRO Reference: RG10/4526
  Registration district: Bramley
  Sub-registration district: Bramley
  ED, institution, or vessel: 5
  Folio: 17
  Page: 28
  Household schedule number: 150
  Civil parish: Bramley
  County/Island: Yorkshire
  Country: England

1881 census:
Household:
  Name                  Relation    Marital Status     Gender     Age     Birthplace                  Occupation               Disability
  John KNAPTON          Head        M                  Male       67      Leeds, York, England        Tobacconist
  Hannah KNAPTON        Wife        M                  Female     60      Hunslet, York, England
  Tom KNAPTON           Son         U                  Male       24      Bramley, York, England      Boiler Smith
  James KNAPTON         Son         U                  Male       20      Bramley, York, England      Labourer Iron Foundry
  Francis G. KNAPTON    G Son                          Male       13      Stanningley, York, England  (())
Source Information:
  Dwelling  	New Row
  Census Place	Bramley In Bramley, York, England
  Family History Library Film  	1342078
  Public Records Office Reference  	RG11
  Piece / Folio  	4500 / 91
  Page Number  	34

1891 census:
  RG12/3673
  Civil Parish: Leeds
  Municipal Borough: Leeds
  Municipal Ward: Bramley
  Urban Sanitary District: Leeds
  Parliamentary Borough/Division: Leeds
  Ecclesiastical Parish/District: St. Thomas
  Address: 3 Fern Terrace
  Hannah Knapton       Head           Wid   70                                  Yorkshire Hunslet
  James Knapton        Son            M     30    Labourer in Iron Foundry      Yorkshire Bramley
  Mary [A? G? N? M? W?] Knapton
                       Daur in law    M     25    Cotton Twister                Yorkshire Hunslet
  Jane Ann(?) Batson   Daur of above        3                                   Yorkshire Bramley
  Gladstone Knapton    Grandson       S     23    Labourer in Iron Foundry      Yorkshire Pudsey

1901 census:
  PRO Reference
  RG Number, Series	RG13
  Piece	4186
  Folio	73
  Page	26
  Schedule Number	187
Location:
  Address	7 Cavendish Sq Beckbottom
  Civil Parish	Farsley
  Rural District	--
  Town or Village or Hamlet	--
  Parliamentary Borough or Division	Pudsey
  Ecclesiastical Parish	St Johns
  Administrative County	Yorkshire W R
  County Borough, Municipal Borough or Urban District	--
  Ward of Municipal Borough or Urban District	--
John M Knapton, 54, Grocer And Beerseller Shopkeeper (Own Account working at home), born Yorks Leeds
Emma Knapton, 52, occupation "Pub", born Yorks Farsley
Gladstone Knapton, 33, Iron Fettler In Foundry, born Yorks Stanningley
Maria Knapton, 24, Woollen Mender, born Yorks Farsley
Lizzie Knapton, 22, Woollen Mender, born Yorks Farsley
Ethel Knapton, 19, Woollen Mender, born Yorks Farsley
Harry Knapton, 16, Mechanical Engineers Apprentice, born Yorks Farsley
Ross Knapton, 12, born Yorks Farsley
Florence Knapton, 15, born Yorks Farsley

1911 Census
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN26722 RG78PN1540 RD498 SD2 ED3 SN117
Schedule Number: 117
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Yorkshire West Riding
District: Bradford
Subdistrict: Bradford Central
Enumeration District: 3
Parish: Bradford
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry              Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace          Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~    ~      /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~    Born   ~    ~
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Gladstone Knapton    Head         M   43  Married   2       None        Labourer                        Steel Merchants       Worker   ~       Leeds, Yorkshire         c1868  <78>
 Edith Knapton        Wife         F   45  Married   -       -   -   -   ~                               ~            ~        ~        ~       Epworth, Lincoln         c1866
 William Varley       Stepson      M   19  Single    -       -   -   -   Mule piecer                     Woollen Manufacture   Worker   ~       Sowerby Bridge, Yorks    c1892
 Fred Varley          Stepson      M   16  Single    -       -   -   -   Apprentice                      Cabinet Maker         Worker   ~       Grimsby, Lincolns        c1895
 Charles Varley       Stepson      M   14  Single    -       -   -   -   Shop Assistant                  Paint Merchants       Worker   ~       Grimsby, Lincolns        c1897
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Number of Rooms 3
    Signature       (sig) Gladstone Knapton
    Postal Address  46 Undercliffe St, Bradford
---------------------------------------------------------

Looked on FreeBMD for marriage to Edith around 1909.
Could not find any matches for francis knapton or gladstone knapton
Found these for Edith Varley...

Marriages Sep 1908   (>99%)
FEARNLEY	 John	 	 Halifax	 9a	922	  Scan available - click to view
VARLEY	 Edith	  	 Halifax	 9a	922	  Scan available - click to view

Marriages Sep 1908   (>99%)
BAILEY	 Harold	 	 Clitheroe	 8e	718	  Scan available - click to view
ORR	 William	  	 Clitheroe	 8e	718	  Scan available - click to view
SMITHIES	 Elizabeth	  	 Clitheroe	 8e	718	  Scan available - click to view
VARLEY	 Edith Alice	  	 Clitheroe	 8e	718	  Scan available - click to view

Marriages Jun 1909   (>99%)
MANN	 John William	 	 Halifax	 9a	929	  Scan available - click to view
VARLEY	 Edith Emma	  	 Halifax	 9a	929	  Scan available - click to view

Marriages Mar 1910   (>99%)
BARRITT	 Ann	 	 Burnley	 8e	487	  Scan available - click to view
BAXTER	 Alfred	  	 Burnley	 8e	487	  Scan available - click to view
Davenport	 George	  	 Burnley	 8e	487	  Scan available - click to view
Haslam	 Dinah	  	 Burnley	 8e	487	  Scan available - click to view
Varley	 Edith	  	 Burnley	 8e	487	  Scan available - click to view

...but none seem to be to Francis.


/=============================================================================/

ID:       <79>
Status:   D
Name:     \Maria Hainsworth\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -5
Position: 011011
Born:     c1808  [http://www.calverley.info/fars_bap_2.htm]
          ?? Christening 27/11/1800, Old Chapel Saint Peters Street-Wesleyan Methodist, Leeds, Yorkshire, England [IGI]
          ?? Christening 14/03/1808, Rehoboth Particular Baptist [FL]
Married:  06/08/1827, Saint Peter, Leeds, Yorkshire, England  [IGI]
Died:     14/04/1870  [http://www.calverley.info/fars_bap_2.htm]
Partner:  <43>
Child:    <40>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

Greville (18/09/2003):
I also have the Birth cert and Death cert for Hainsworth Ross.
It confirms he was a Boy (remember we couldn't be sure!).
Father: Isaac Ross
Mother: Maria Ross, formerly Hainsworth.  (Now there's a surprise!!)
However - the dates don't quite tally with the family bible (Karen's) dates.
Birth cert shows 21st May 1846 - and not 3rd June.  (Interestingly the birth was registered on 4th June - perhaps there was a misunderstanding way, way back).
And the Death cert shows 12th May 1861, aged 14 - bible shows right date but 1860 and aged 13 !!!!)
Rather odd.

From the IGI - marriage:
ISAAC ROSS
Male
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:
  Death:
  Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse: MARIA HAINSWORTH
  Marriage: 06 AUG 1827  Saint Peter, Leeds, Yorkshire, England
Messages:
  Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:  Dates:        Source Call No.:    Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
  M071933     1826 - 1829   0918384-0918386     Film   6900089             Film
  Sheet: 00

From the IGI - is this her christening:
MARY HAINSWORTH
Female
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening: 27 NOV 1800  Old Chapel Saint Peters Street-Wesleyan Methodist, Leeds, Yorkshire, England
  Death:
  Burial:
Parents:
  Father: JOHN HAINSWORTH
  Mother: MARY
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:  Dates:        Source Call No.:    Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
  C088871     1785 - 1814   0828140 (RG4 3203)  Film   6910528             Film
  Sheet: 00

From [FL] - possible christening:
  "There's a Moriah [Hainsworth] b. recorded 14 MAR 1808   Rehoboth Particular Baptist
   dau of James and Mary..."

http://www.calverley.info/fars_bap_2.htm
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Page   Surname   Name            Died        Age  Born      Relationship  Relation               Comments
127    Ross      Isaac           1873 07 13  66             Husband of    Maria
127    Ross      Israel          1911 01 13  72             Son of        Isaac & Maria
127    Ross      Maria           1870 04 14  62             Wife of       Isaac
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1841 census:

Civil parish: Calverley
Hundred: Morley
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England
Street address: Beckbottom

Source information: HO107/1298/3
Registration district: Bradford
Sub-registration district: Calverley
ED, institution, or vessel: 4
Folio: 12
Page: 16
Line number: 1
GSU Number: 464258

Name                  MF  Age     Occupation       Birthplace    EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Isaac Ross            M   30-34   Sluber           Y             abt 1809  Isaac Ross <43>
Maria Ross            F   30-34                    Y             abt 1809  Maria Hainsworth <79>
Sarah Ann Ross        M   13                       Y             abt 1828    Looks at first like 'Graham' not 'Sarah Ann'!
Martha Ross           F   11                       Y             abt 1830
Ann Ross              F    8                       Y             abt 1833
Israel Ross           M    3                       Y             abt 1838
Mary Ross             F    1                       Y             abt 1840

1851 census:

Parish:  Calverley
Eccl District:  St John
Village: Farsley
Address: Beckbottom

County/Island: Yorkshire
Source information: HO107/2313
Registration district: Bradford
Sub-registration district: Calverley
ED, institution, or vessel: 5
Folio: 119
Page: 33
Household schedule number: 128
GSU Number: 87531-940071

Name             MF  Relationship  Mar  Age   Occupation   Birthplace          EstBYear  Individual
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Isaac Ross       M   Head          Mar  45    Slubber      Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1806  Isaac Ross <43>
Maria Ross       F   Wife          Mar  43                 Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1808  Maria Hainsworth <79>
Ann Ross         F   Daur          U    17    Burler(?)    Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1834  Ann Ross <<40>>
Israel Ross      M   Son                12    Factory Boy  Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1839  Israel Ross <<40>>
Mary Ross        F   Daur               10    Scholar      Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1841  Mary Ross <<40>>
Harriet Ross     F   Daur                6    Scholar      Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1845  Harriet Ross <<40>>
Hainsworth Ross  M   Son                 4    Scholar      Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1847  Hainesworth Ross <<40>>
Emma Ross        F   Daur                2                 Yorkshire Farsley   abt 1849  Emma Ross <40>

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <80>
Status:   D
Name:     \Williamson Glover\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -5
Position: 000100
Born:     c1828, Lincolnshire [1841C]
          c1838, Lincolnshire [1851C]
          1828  [bedgreave doc]
          Either in Willingham, Lincolnshire *OR* Saxilby, Lincolnshire, depending on which census you believe [1881 and 1851/1891 census respectively]
          Christened 04/05/1828, Willingham By Stow, Lincolnshire, England [IGI]
Married:  02/01/1853, Worksop, Nottinghamshire
Died:     31/03/1896, Bedgreave  [death certificate]
          1896  [bedgreave doc]
          1901 and 1911 censuses state wife Eleanor <81> to be a widow [1901C] [1911C].
Partner:  <81>
Child:    <56>
Father:   <106>
Mother:   <107>
Sibling:
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
          \Sarah Glover:c1822\, born c1822, Lincolnshire [1841C]
            In 1841: Aged 19, born Lincolnshire; living at Saxilby, Lincolnshire [1841C]
            Christened 23/12/1821, Willingham By Stow, Lincolnshire, England  [IGI]
            Born 1821 [AB]
          \Elizabeth Glover:1823\, born c1823
            Christened 14/11/1823, Willingham By Stow, Lincolnshire, England  [IGI]
            Born 1823 [AB]
          \Theodosia Glover:c1826\ (female), born c1826, Lincolnshire
            In 1841: Aged 15, born Lincolnshire; living at Saxilby, Lincolnshire [1841C]
            Christened 26/02/1826, Willingham By Stow, Lincolnshire, England  [IGI]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
          \John Glover:c1821\, born c1821, Lincolnshire
            In 1841: Aged 20, born Lincolnshire; living at Saxilby, Lincolnshire [1841C]
            A John Glover with matching parents is in the IGI as christened 14/11/1819, Wickenby, Lincolnshire, England  [IGI]
            If this christening is correct (and relevant), he was born before the 1841 census indicates.
            Although the 1841 census does not state relationships, the IGI entry (if relevant) would confirm
              that John was a sibling of Williamson <80>.
            Born before 26/02/1826 (christening?) in Willingham By Stow, Lincolnshire [AB]
          \George Glover:c1830\, born c1830, Lincolnshire
            In 1841: Aged 10, born Lincolnshire; living at Saxilby, Lincolnshire [1841C]
            born 1830 in Willingham By Stow, Lincolnshire; buried 16/04/1830, Willingham By Stow [AB]
          \Mary Glover:c1833\, born c1833, Lincolnshire
            In 1841: Aged 7, born Lincolnshire; living at Saxilby, Lincolnshire [1841C]
            Christened 25/08/1833, Saxilby, Lincolnshire, England  [IGI]
            The 1841 census would indicate she was born c1834.  Although the 1841 does not state relationships,
              the IGI christening states Mary's parents to be the same as the others of Williamson's <80> siblings,
              therefore we can say she is a sibling.
          \Jane Glover:c1835\, born c1835, Lincolnshire
            In 1841: Aged 5, born Lincolnshire; living at Saxilby, Lincolnshire [1841C]
            Christened 12/05/1835, Saxilby, Lincolnshire, England  [IGI]
            The 1841 census would indicate she was born c1836.  Although the 1841 does not state relationships,
              the IGI christening states Jane's parents to be the same as the others of Williamson's <80> siblings,
              therefore we can say she is a sibling.
          Ann Glover <59>
          \Joseph Glover:1841\, born 1841 [1841C] in Saxilby, Lincoln, England [1881C,1891C]
            Born circa 1840 [1891C,GRO] in Saxilby, Lincoln, England [1881C,1891C]
            In 1841: Aged 5 months, so born 1841 (census was taken in June 1841), born Lincolnshire; living at Saxilby, Lincolnshire [1841C]
            Alledgedly aged 44 in 1881 (suggesting birth c.1837) [1881C] and 51 in 1891 (for birth c.1840) [1891C]
            Birth references show a promising reference for Oct-Dec 1840 in the Gainsborough district of Lincolnshire.
              That Gainsborough district contains Willingham.  Joseph was probably born in 1840 in that district.
              (Reference: Joseph Glover, Dec 1840, Gainsbro', XIV/325)
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Gainsborough
  1840 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Willingham in the County of Lincoln
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  373  Fourth of November 1840        Joseph       Boy    Williamson         Rebecca Moynes    Farmer               The mark of (X)      Fifteenth of        Thomas Jackson
       in the parish                                      Glover             Glover                                 Rebecca Moynes       November 1840       Registrar
       of Fillingham                                                         formerly Cox                           Glover
                                                                                                                    Mother
                                                                                                                    Fillingham
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  (Note: Fillingham, not Willingham!  They are in fact different places and Fillingham is near Willingham.)
            Corn Miller in 1881 and 1891 [1881C,1891C]
            "... Joseph had the mill at Halfway and he worked at his cousin Joey's mill at Beighton ..." [bedgreave doc]
            Lived in Main Street, Woodhouse, Handsworth, York, England in 1881 [1881C]
            Lived on "The Terrace", Beighton in 1891 [1891C]
            Wife \Elizabeth ____:c1850\, aged 44 in 1881, so born c.1850, Handsworth, York, England [1881C]
            Children \Mary Elizabeth Glover:c1866\, 15 in 1881, so born c.1866, Handsworth, York, England [1881C]
                     \William Searbro Glover:c1871\, 10 in 1881, 20 in 1891,
                        born c.1871 [1881C,1891C] in Handsworth, York, England [1881C] or Woodhouse, Yorks [1891C]
                        A "Corn Millers Asst" - assistant to father Joseph - in 1891 [1891C]
                     \Emily Ann Glover:c1874\, 7 in 1881, 17 in 1891, born c.1874 [1881C,1891C] in Handsworth, York, England [1881C] or Woodhouse, Yorks [1891C]
                     \Clara Ellen Glover:c1876\, 5 in 1881, born c.1876, Handsworth, York, England [1881C]
                     \Alice Glover:c1887\, 4 in 1891, born c.1887, Handsworth, York, England [1881C]
            Aunt (and visitor in 1881) \Fanny Linley:c1821\, status of widow in 1881 and 1891 [1881C, 1891C]
              Age 60 in 1881 [1881C], 70 in 1891 [1891C]
              Born c.1821 [1881C,1891C] in Handsworth, York, England [1881C] or Woodhouse, Yorks [1891C]
              Was Fanny the sister of Williamsons mother or father?  Was she born a Linley, or did she marry one?
          \Frank Glover\
Notes:

Williamson Glovers <80> and Eleanor Oates <81> marriage certificate:
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1853 Marriage solumnized at the Parish Church in the parish of Worksop in the County of Nottingham
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  158  Jan 2                   Williamson Glover          25         Bachelor    Miller         Worksop                             George Glover              Farmer
                               Eleanor Oates              21         Spinster    -              Worksop                             George Oates               Woodman
  Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church by or after banns by me (sig) J.Appleton
  This Marriage                                    in the
  was solumnized  (sig) Williamson Glover          Presence   (sig) Geo Wilson
  between us      (sig) Eleanor Oates              of us      (sig) Mary Oates
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Williamson Glovers <80> death certificate:
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT  Worksop
  1896 DEATH in the Sub-district of Anston in the County of York.
  No.  When/Where Born             Name          Sex    Age     Occupation   Cause of death       Informant               When Reg.     Registar
  224  Thirty First March 1896     Williamson    Male   67      Miller       Paralysis            George Glover           First April   James Alley(?)
       Bedgreave Wales* RD         Glover               years   Journeyman   3 months             Son                     1896          Registar
                                                                             Exhaustion           Present at the Death
                                                                             Certified by         Bedgreave Wales*
                                                                             J Fairbrother
  * [ this is Wales, Yorkshire, not Welsh Wales! :o) ]
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

IGI:
WILLIAM GLOVER
  Male
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:  04 MAY 1828    Willingham By Stow, Lincoln, England
  Death:
  Burial:
Parents:
   Father:   GEORGE GLOVER
   Mother:   MARY
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record.
  The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or
  christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:        Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
  C033771      1562 - 1812   0436005            Film    6908112              Film
  Sheet: 00

1841 census:

Civil parish: Saxelby
Hundred: Lawress
County/Island: Lincolnshire
Country: England
Street address: Saxilby

Source information: HO107/643/10
Registration district: Lincoln
Sub-registration district: Lincoln North East
ED, institution, or vessel: 14
Folio: 5
Page: 2 (click to see others on page)
Line number: 1
GSU Number: 438768

Name                  MF  Age     Occupation       Birthplace    EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
George Glover         M   45      Farmer           Y             abt 1796  George Glover <106>
Mary Glover           F   42                       Y             abt 1799  Mary Page <107>
John Glover           M   21                       Y             abt 1820
Sarah Glover          F   19                       Y             abt 1822
Theodocia Glover      F   15                       Y             abt 1826
Williamson Glover     M   13                       Y             abt 1828  Williamson Glover <80>
George Glover         M   10                       Y             abt 1831
Mary Glover           F    7                       Y             abt 1834
Jane Glover           F    5                       Y             abt 1836
Ann Glover            F    3                       Y             abt 1838
Joseph Glover         M    5 months                Y             abt 1841
Edward Houghilby      M   22      Ag Lab           Y             abt 1819
Thomas Smith          M   20      Ag Lab           Y             abt 1821
James Rowson          M   15      Ag Lab           Y             abt 1826
Jane Cox              F   18      F.S              Y             abt 1823

1851 census:

Township:   Bradford
Address:    Church Road, Worksop Mill

Civil parish: Radford  (Bradford?)
County/Island: Nottinghamshire
Source information: HO107/2122
Registration district: Worksop
Sub-registration district: Worksop
ED, institution, or vessel: 8
Folio: 159
Page: 24 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 105
GSU Number: 87752

Name                   MF   Relation  Mar  Age      Occupation                  Birthplace              EstBYear  Individual
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Francis Skelton        M    Head      Mar  65       Miller Master empl men      Notts, S Leverton       abt 1786
Sarah Skelton          F    Wife      Mar  55       Employing 9 men             Notts, N Leverton       abt 1796
Francis Skelton        M    Son       Un   24       Millers _________           Notts, Worksop          abt 1822
Philip Skelton         M    Son       Un   22       Drapers(?) ass[istant]      Notts, Worksop          abt 1829
Charlotte Skelton      F    Daur      Un   20       -                           Notts, Worksop          abt 1831
Jane Emshall           F    Serv      Mar  50       assistant servant           Notts, Jamston          abt 1801
Elizabeth Lant         F    Serv      M    34       House servant               Notts, Retford          abt 1817
Ellen Oates            F    Serv      U    19       House servant               Notts, Worksop          abt 1832  Eleanor Oates <81>
William Nickelson      M    Serv      U    21       Carrier & _arter            Notts, Barnby Moor      abt 1830
Williamson Glover      M    Serv      U    22       Miller journeyman           Lincolnshire, Saxelby   abt 1829  Williamson Glover <80>
Henry White            M    Serv      U    25       Carrier & _arter            Notts, Worksop          abt 1826
John Clarke            M    Serv      U    19       Carrier & _arter            Notts, Aughton          abt 1832
Charles Saxton         M    Serv           13       Errand Boy                  Notts, Worksop          abt 1838

Note: Ellen Oates!
In 1851, Eleanor Oates, Williamson's future wife, would be 19, same as Ellen is here.
Ellen = Eleanor!
Williamson <80> and Ellen (Eleanor) <81> probably met at Worksop Mill, and later married!

1861 Census (from http://www.familyhistoryonline.net/) :
Sheffield District 1861
   Name William GLOVER Age 33 Birth place Willingham, NTT Piece and Folio 3501/26F
   Name Eleanor GLOVER Age 29 Birth place Worksop, NTT Piece and Folio 3501/26F
Copyright Trustees of Sheffield and District Family History Society

1871 census:
Township:           Sheffield
Municipal Borough:  Sheffield
Municipal Ward:     St Peter
Parliamentary Boro: Sheffield
Town:               Sheffield
Local Board:        Sheffield
Ecclesiastical District: St Mary
Address: 16 St Mary's Road
  Name                 Rel.      M.Status  Age        Occupation               Birthplace
  Williamson Glover    Head      marr      43         Corn Miller Journeyman   Lincolnshire Willingham
  Eleanor Glover       Wife      marr      39 (37?)                            Notts Worksop
  Mary Eliz'th Glover  daur                13                                  Notts Worksop
  Williamson Glover    son                  9         Scholar                  Derbyshire Chesterfield
  Annie Glover         daur                 7         Scholar                  Derbyshire Chesterfield
  Joseph Oates Glover  son                  3                                  Yorkshire Masbro
  Sarah Glover         daur                 3 weeks                            Yorkshire Sheffield
Source information:
  PRO Reference    RG10/4685
  Registration district:    Sheffield
  Sub-registration district:    South Sheffield
  ED, institution, or vessel:    9
  Folio:    70
  Page:    28
  Household schedule number:    142

1881 Census:
 Name                  Relation    Marital Status  Gender    Age   Birthplace                          Occupation            Disability
 William GLOVER         Head        M               Male      53    Willingham, Lincoln, England        Corn Miller
 Eleanor GLOVER         Wife        M               Female    49    South Lodge, Nottingham, England    Corn Miller Wife
 Williamson GLOVER      Son         U               Male      19    Brampton Chesterfield               Corn Miller
 Annie GLOVER           Daur        U               Female    17    Brampton Chesterfield               Pupil Teacher (School)
 Joseph GLOVER          Son                         Male      13    Masbro, York, England               Scholar
 Sarah GLOVER           Daur                        Female    10    Sheffield, York, England            Scholar
 George GLOVER          Son                         Male      7     Beighton, Derby, England            Scholar
Source Information:
  Dwelling       Manvers Rd
  Census Place   Beighton, Derby, England
  Family History Library Film    1342129
  Public Records Office Reference    RG11
  Piece / Folio  4670 / 31
  Page Number    56

1891 Census:
Glover, Williamson
  Relationship: Head
  County: Yorkshire
  Age: 63
  Civil Parish: Wales
  Gender: Male
  ED: 4
  Where Born: Lincolnshire, Saxilby
  Eccl. Parish: Treeton St Helens
  Piece: RG12/2646
  Town: Wales
  Folio: 89
  Page: 31
Civil parish: Wales
Town: Wales
Rural sanitary district: Worksop
Parliamentary division: Doncaster
Ecclesiastical parish: St Helen, Treeton
Administrative county: Yorkshire
Page 31
Schedule 165 or 173 : Bedgreave
 Name                 Relation    M.Status  Age  Occupation       Birthplace
 Mary E. Dawson       Head        W         33   Miller           Worksop, Nottinghamshire
 Edwin G. Dawson      Son                   12   Scholar          Bedgreave, Yorkshire
 Eleanor E. Dawson    Daur                  10   Scholar          Bedgreave, Yorkshire
 Francis B. Dawson    Son                   8    Scholar          Bedgreave, Yorkshire
 Charles Walker       Serv        S         18   Carter           Killamarsh, Derbyshire
 William Wycherley    Boarder     S         21   Carpenter        Shrewsbury, Salop
Schedule 164 or 174 : Bedgreave
 Name                 Relation    M.Status  Age  Occupation       Birthplace
 Williamson Glover    Head        M         63   Miller           Saxilby, Lincolnshire
 Eleanor Glover       Wife        M         59                    South Lodge, Worksop, Notts
 Sarah Glover         Daur        S         20                    Sheffield, Yorkshire
 George Glover        Son         S         17   Engineers Clerk  Bedgreave, Yorkshire

Williamson Glovers <56> father was Williamson Glover <80> who lived 1828-1896.
His mother was Eleanor Oates <81>, living 1832-1919.

Bedgreave document :
"Williamson Glover and Eleanor are recorded as corn millers in the village of Beighton at the 1881
census (See fig 8).  Williamson came from a family of millers.  Brother Joseph had the mill at Halfway
and he worked at his cousin Joey's mill at Beighton.  This mill stood near the Railway Inn on
Rotherham Road and caught fire in 1897.
They had 8 children. [...]"

Described as a Corn Miller Journeyman on Williamson Glovers <56> birth certificate, 1861.

1837online.com marriage search for Williamson Glover and Eleanor Oates (16/10/2004) :
*** Dec 1857 and previous not searched ***
Mar 1850   --
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Mar 1853   OATES, Eleanor, Worksop, [79]b/4[79] (probably 7b/49, but not sure)
           GLOVER, Williamson, Worksop, 7b/[4_]9  ----------> Yes, 7b/49
Jun 1853   --
Sep 1853   --
Dec 1853   ???????????????????????????????? (not readable)
Mar 1854   --
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Sep 1854   ???????????????????????????????? (page badly ordered)
Dec 1854   --
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*** Jun 1857 onwards not searched ***

GRO marriage index:
  Quarter: Mar 1853
  Grooms Name: Williamson Glover <80>
  Brides Name: Eleanor Oates <81>
  District: Worksop
  Vol/Page: 7b/49
  Researched: 16/10/2004, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 16/10/2004.  Received 23/10/2004.

1837online.com deaths search for Williamson Glover (23/10/2003) :
Mar 1896  GLO/1  several William's, none 68 yrs old
Jun 1896  GLO/1  GLOVER, Williamson, 67, Worksop, 7b/23 ****************

GRO death index:
  Quarter: Jun 1896
  Name:    Williamson Glover
  Age/DOB: 67
  District: Worksop
  Vol/Page: 7b/23
  Researched: 23/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 27/10/2003.  Received 05/11/2003.

Details of brother Joseph Glover in 1881 and 1891:

1881
Household:
 Name                    Relation  M.Status  Gender   Age   Birthplace                   Occupation
 Joseph GLOVER           Head      M         Male     44    Saxilby, Lincoln, England    Corn Miller
 Elizabeth GLOVER        Wife      M         Female   41    Handsworth, York, England
 Mary Elizabeth GLOVER   Daur      U         Female   15    Handsworth, York, England
 Wm.Searbro GLOVER       Son                 Male     10    Handsworth, York, England
 Emily Ann GLOVER        Daur                Female    7    Handsworth, York, England
 Clara Ellen GLOVER      Daur                Female    5    Handsworth, York, England
 Alice GLOVER            Daur                Female    4    Handsworth, York, England
 Fanny LINLEY            Visitor   W         Female   60    Handsworth, York, England    Visitor
 Sarah Hannah GODDARD    Serv      U         Female   19    Sheffield, York, England     Domestic Servant
Source Information:
   Dwelling    Main Street Woodhouse
   Census Place  Handsworth, York, England
   Family History Library Film    1342129
   Public Records Office Reference    RG11
   Piece / Folio    4669 / 63
   Page Number    8

1891
Civil parish: Beighton
Town/Village: Beighton
Rural sanitary district: Rotherham
Parliamentary borough/division: N E Derbyshire
Ecclesiastical parish/district: St Mary
Address: The Terrace
Joseph Glover,       Head,  M,   male,   51, Corn Miller       , Lincs Saxilby
Emily Glover,        Dau,   S,   female, 17,                   , Yorks Woodhouse
William S Glover,    Son,   S,   male,   20, Corn Millers Asst , Yorks Woodhouse
Fanny Linley,        Aunt,  Wid, female, 70,                   , Yorks Woodhouse
Adelaide Littlewood, Servt, S,   female, 18, Dom [ie. domestic], Derby West Handley

Search for Joseph Glover <<80>> birth in 1837-1841 (21/10/2004) on 1837online :
Dec 1837   GLOVER, Joseph, Oxford, 16/76
Mar 1838   GLOVER, Joseph, Barrow on Soar, 15/40
Jun 1838   GLOVER, Joseph, Walsall, 17/220
           GLOVER, Joseph, Newcastle, 17/96
Sep 1838   GLOVER, Joseph, Stockport, 19/228
           GLOVER, Joseph, Worcester, 18/477
           GLOVER, Joseph, Aston, 16/154
           GLOVER, Joseph, Market Harboro', 15/139
Dec 1838   GLOVER, Joseph, Northleach, 11/331
Mar 1839   GLOVER, Joseph, [SL][a OR er OR ei][li_]don, XVII, [35][27]11
           GLOVER, Joseph, Leicester, XV/111
           GLOVER, Joseph Glover, Salford, XV/7[17][6_]
Jun 1839   GLOVER, Joseph, Liverpool, XX/429
Sep 1839   GLOVER, Joseph, Bedford, VI/40
           GLOVER, Joseph, W.[D_]erby, 8[46]9
Dec 1839   GLOVER, Joseph, Wigan, [17][35]8 (I'd say 758)
Mar 1840   GLOVER, Joseph, Ashby de la Zouch, XV/13
Jun 1840   GLOVER, Joseph, Ormskirk, XXI/[35][35]8
Sep 1840   --
Dec 1840   GLOVER, Joseph, Gainsbro', X[I?]V/325 ********************
           GLOVER, Joseph, Stoke on Trent, XVII/[1?]79
Mar 1841   GLOVER, Joseph Glover, Gu.H[au]n.Sq., I/23
Jun 1841   GLOVER, Joseph, Bradford, XXIII/2[06]6 (probably 206)
Dec 1841   GLOVER, Joseph, Stourbridge, XVIII/46[268_]

Looked further at these references on 07/11/2004, checking which of these districts
are in Lincolnshire.  Only one of them is: Gainsborough.
From http://www.fhsc.org.uk/genuki/REG/lin.htm#gain:
---
Gainsborough
Created 1st July 1837. Mainly in Lincolnshire, but included parts of Nottinghamshire.
Sub-districts : Gainsborough; Marton; Misterton; Owston; Scotter; Willingham
GRO volumes : XIV (1837-51); 7a (1852-1930).
  Blyborough, Blyton cum Wharton, Brampton, Coates, Corringham, East Ferry, East Stockwith, Fenton, Fillingham,
  Gainsborough, Gate Burton, Glentworth, Grayingham, Greenhill and Redhill, Hardwick, Harpswell, Haxey, Heapham,
  Hemswell, Kettlethorpe, Kexby, Knaith, Laughton, Lea, Marton, Morton, Newton on Trent, Northorpe, Owston,
  Owston Ferry, Pilham Scotter, Scotton, Southorpe, Springhtorpe, Stow, Sturton by Stow, Thonock, Torksey, Upton,
  Walkerith, West Butterwick, Wildsworth, Willingham, Willoughton.
Registers now divided between Lincolnshire, East Retford and North Lincolnshire districts.
---
So the volume is probably XIV (out of the choice of XV or XIV).  Note also the presence of Willingham in the
Gainsborough district! :o)


In 1901, wife Eleanor <81> is stated as a widow, confirming Williamson's <80> death before then. [1901C]


GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Dec 1840
  Name:    Joseph Glover <<80>>
  District: Gainsbro'
  Vol/Page: XIV/325
  Researched: 21/10/2004, 07/11/2004, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 09/11/2004

Search of IGI for children of George Glover <106> and Mary <107> in 1837-1841 in Lincolnshire [IGI]
(07/11/2004) :

Name                      Christened                                           Father            Mother  Confirmed Relevant
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Glover                14 NOV 1819, Wickenby, Lincoln, England              GEORGE GLOVER     MARY   Probably
Sarah Glover               23 DEC 1821, Willingham By Stow, Lincoln, England    GEORGE GLOVER     MARY   Yes
Elizabeth Glover           14 NOV 1823, Willingham By Stow, Lincoln, England    GEORGE GLOVER     MARY   Yes
Theodosia Glover           26 FEB 1826, Willingham By Stow, Lincoln, England    GEORGE GLOVER     MARY   Yes
William Glover             04 MAY 1828, Willingham By Stow, Lincoln, England    GEORGE GLOVER     MARY   Yes
Mary Glover                25 AUG 1833, Saxilby, Lincoln, England               GEORGE GLOVER     MARY   Yes
Jane Glover                12 MAY 1835, Saxilby, Lincoln, England               GEORGE GLOVER     MARY   Yes
Anne Glover                12 AUG 1837, Saxelby, , Lincoln, England             George Glover     Mary   Yes

William Glover (1828) is none other than our friend Williamson Glover.
Sarah Glover (1821), Elizabath Glover (1823) and Theodosia Glover (1826) match data from Anne Bowen.
Anne Glover (1837) _may_ be the same Anne Glover born 1835 in Anne Bowens information.
John Glover (1819) and Jane Glover (1835) are not in Anne Bowens data (as of 06/11/2004).
Note that John Glover was christened in Wickenby, the same place as parents George Glover <106>
  and Mary <107> were married, in July 1819 only 4-5 months before John's christening.
Note also what appear to be shifts from Wickenby to Willingham in 1819-1821, and from Willingham
to Saxilby in 1828-1833.

"Saxilby with Ingleby" is in the registration district of Lincoln, according to
http://www.fhsc.org.uk/genuki/REG/lin.htm#linc, as also is Wickenby.

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <81>
Status:   D
Name:     \Eleanor Oates\
Gender:   -5
Gen:      F
Position: 000101
Born:     c1832, South Lodge, Worksop, Nottinghamshire [1881C][1891C]
          1832  [bedgreave doc]
          1881 and 1891 censuses state birthplace as 'South Lodge, Worksop, Nottinghamshire' [1881C][1891C]
          1851 and 1901 censuses state simply 'Worksop, Nottinghamshire' [1851C][1901C]
          c1832, Wolbeck, Nottinghamshire [1911C], stated to be a widow - filled in by grandson Frank Dawson <<56>>
Married:  02/01/1853, Worksop, Nottinghamshire
Died:     25/12/1919, Bedgreave Mill, Wales, Yorkshire [death cert]
          1919  [bedgreave doc]
Partner:  <80>
Child:    <56>
Father:   <82>
Mother:   <83>
Sibling:  \George Oates:1824\, born 1824, Nottinghamshire
            Born 1824  [bedgreave doc]
            In 1841: Aged 17, born in Nottinghamshire; living at South Lodge, Worksop, Nottinghamshire [1841C]
          \Elizabeth Oates:1826\, born 1826, Nottinghamshire
            Born 1826  [bedgreave doc]
            In 1841: Aged 15, born in Nottinghamshire; living at South Lodge, Worksop, Nottinghamshire [1841C]
          \John Oates:1828\, born 1828, Nottinghamshire
            Born 1828  [bedgreave doc]
            In 1841: Aged 13, born in Nottinghamshire; living at South Lodge, Worksop, Nottinghamshire [1841C]
          \Anne Oates:1830\, born 1830, Nottinghamshire
            Born 1830  [bedgreave doc]
            In 1841: Aged 10, born in Nottinghamshire; living at South Lodge, Worksop, Nottinghamshire [1841C]
          \Mary Oates:1833\, born 1833, Nottinghamshire
            Born 1833, married Isaac Fairburn  [bedgreave doc]
            In 1841: Aged 7, born in Nottinghamshire; living at South Lodge, Worksop, Nottinghamshire [1841C]
          \William Oates:1836\, born 1836, Nottinghamshire
            Born 1836  [bedgreave doc]
            In 1841: Aged 5, born in Nottinghamshire; living at South Lodge, Worksop, Nottinghamshire [1841C]
          \Martha Oates:1841\, born 1841
            Born 1841, married Mr Baxter  [bedgreave doc]
            Married \___ Baxter:c1841\
Notes:

Williamson Glovers <80> and Eleanor Oates <81> marriage certificate:
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1853 Marriage solumnized at the Parish Church in the parish of Worksop in the County of Nottingham
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  158  Jan 2                   Williamson Glover          25         Bachelor    Miller         Worksop                             George Glover              Farmer
                               Eleanor Oates              21         Spinster    -              Worksop                             George Oates               Woodman
  Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church by or after banns by me (sig) J.Appleton
  This Marriage                                    in the
  was solumnized  (sig) Williamson Glover          Presence   (sig) Geo Wilson
  between us      (sig) Eleanor Oates              of us      (sig) Mary Oates
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Eleanor Glovers <81> death certificate:
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT  Worksop
  1919 DEATH in the Sub-district of Anston in the County of Yorks (W.R.).
  No.  When/Where Born             Name          Sex     Age     Occupation   Cause of death       Informant               When Reg.      Registar
  137  Twenty Fifth December 1919  Eleanor       Female  87      Widow of     (1) Senile Decay     G.Glover                Twenty Ninth   Claude Airey
       Bedgreave Mill              Glover                years   Williamson   Certified by         Son                     December 1919  Registar
       Wales             RD                                      Glover       J.Fairbrother        Present at the Death
                                                                 Miller                            Bedgreave Mill  Wales
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Williamson Glovers <56> father was Williamson Glover <80> who lived 1828-1896.
His mother was Eleanor Oates <81>, living 1832-1919.

1837online.com marriage search for Williamson Glover and Eleanor Oates (16/10/2004) :
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Mar 1853   OATES, Eleanor, Worksop, [79]b/4[79] (probably 7b/49, but not sure)
           GLOVER, Williamson, Worksop, 7b/[4_]9  ----------> Yes, 7b/49
Jun 1853   --
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GRO marriage index:
  Quarter: Mar 1853
  Grooms Name: Williamson Glover <80>
  Brides Name: Eleanor Oates <81>
  District: Worksop
  Vol/Page: 7b/49
  Researched: 16/10/2004, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 16/10/2004. Received 23/10/2004.

1841 census:

Civil parish: Worksop
Hundred: Bassetlaw (Hatfield Division)
County/Island: Nottinghamshire
Country: England
Street address: South Lodge

Source information: HO107/852/9
Registration district: Worksop
Sub-registration district: Worksop
ED, institution, or vessel: 12
Folio: 26
Page: 2
Line number: 7
GSU Number: 438902

Name                  MF  Age     Occupation       Birthplace    EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
George Oates          M   35-39   Woodman          Y             abt 1804  George Oates <82>
Elizabeth Oates       F   35-39                    Y             abt 1804  Elizabeth Smith <83>
George Oates          M   17                       Y             abt 1824
Elizabeth Oates       F   15                       Y             abt 1826
John Oates            M   13                       Y             abt 1828
Ann Oates             F   10                       Y             abt 1831
Eleanor Oates         F    9                       Y             abt 1832  Eleanor Oates <81>
Mary Oates            F    7                       Y             abt 1834
William Oates         M    5                       Y             abt 1836

1851 census:

Township:   Bradford
Address:    Church Road, Worksop Mill

Civil parish: Radford  (Bradford?)
County/Island: Nottinghamshire
Source information: HO107/2122
Registration district: Worksop
Sub-registration district: Worksop
ED, institution, or vessel: 8
Folio: 159
Page: 24 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 105
GSU Number: 87752

Name                   MF   Relation  Mar  Age      Occupation                  Birthplace              EstBYear  Individual
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Francis Skelton        M    Head      Mar  65       Miller Master empl men      Notts, S Leverton       abt 1786
Sarah Skelton          F    Wife      Mar  55       Employing 9 men             Notts, N Leverton       abt 1796
Francis Skelton        M    Son       Un   24       Millers _________           Notts, Worksop          abt 1822
Philip Skelton         M    Son       Un   22       Drapers(?) ass[istant]      Notts, Worksop          abt 1829
Charlotte Skelton      F    Daur      Un   20       -                           Notts, Worksop          abt 1831
Jane Emshall           F    Serv      Mar  50       assistant servant           Notts, Jamston          abt 1801
Elizabeth Lant         F    Serv      M    34       House servant               Notts, Retford          abt 1817
Ellen Oates            F    Serv      U    19       House servant               Notts, Worksop          abt 1832  Eleanor Oates <81>
William Nickelson      M    Serv      U    21       Carrier & _arter            Notts, Barnby Moor      abt 1830
Williamson Glover      M    Serv      U    22       Miller journeyman           Lincolnshire, Saxelby   abt 1829  Williamson Glover <80>
Henry White            M    Serv      U    25       Carrier & _arter            Notts, Worksop          abt 1826
John Clarke            M    Serv      U    19       Carrier & _arter            Notts, Aughton          abt 1832
Charles Saxton         M    Serv           13       Errand Boy                  Notts, Worksop          abt 1838

Note: Ellen Oates!
In 1851, Eleanor Oates, Williamson's future wife, would be 19, same as Ellen is here.
Ellen = Eleanor!
Williamson <80> and Ellen (Eleanor) <81> probably met at Worksop Mill, and later married!

1871 census:
Township:           Sheffield
Municipal Borough:  Sheffield
Municipal Ward:     St Peter
Parliamentary Boro: Sheffield
Town:               Sheffield
Local Board:        Sheffield
Ecclesiastical District: St Mary
Address: 16 St Mary's Road
  Name                 Rel.      M.Status  Age        Occupation               Birthplace
  Williamson Glover    Head      marr      43         Corn Miller Journeyman   Lincolnshire Willingham
  Eleanor Glover       Wife      marr      39 (37?)                            Notts Worksop
  Mary Eliz'th Glover  daur                13                                  Notts Worksop
  Williamson Glover    son                  9         Scholar                  Derbyshire Chesterfield
  Annie Glover         daur                 7         Scholar                  Derbyshire Chesterfield
  Joseph Oates Glover  son                  3                                  Yorkshire Masbro
  Sarah Glover         daur                 3 weeks                            Yorkshire Sheffield
Source information:
  PRO Reference    RG10/4685
  Registration district:    Sheffield
  Sub-registration district:    South Sheffield
  ED, institution, or vessel:    9
  Folio:    70
  Page:    28
  Household schedule number:    142

1881 Census:
 Name                  Relation    Marital Status  Gender    Age   Birthplace                          Occupation            Disability
 William GLOVER         Head        M               Male      53    Willingham, Lincoln, England        Corn Miller
 Eleanor GLOVER         Wife        M               Female    49    South Lodge, Nottingham, England    Corn Miller Wife
 Williamson GLOVER      Son         U               Male      19    Brampton Chesterfield               Corn Miller
 Annie GLOVER           Daur        U               Female    17    Brampton Chesterfield               Pupil Teacher (School)
 Joseph GLOVER          Son                         Male      13    Masbro, York, England               Scholar
 Sarah GLOVER           Daur                        Female    10    Sheffield, York, England            Scholar
 George GLOVER          Son                         Male      7     Beighton, Derby, England            Scholar
Source Information:
  Dwelling       Manvers Rd
  Census Place   Beighton, Derby, England
  Family History Library Film    1342129
  Public Records Office Reference    RG11
  Piece / Folio  4670 / 31
  Page Number    56

1891 Census:
Glover, Williamson
  Relationship: Head
  County: Yorkshire
  Age: 63
  Civil Parish: Wales
  Gender: Male
  ED: 4
  Where Born: Lincolnshire, Saxilby
  Eccl. Parish: Treeton St Helens
  Piece: RG12/2646
  Town: Wales
  Folio: 89
  Page: 31
Civil parish: Wales
Town: Wales
Rural sanitary district: Worksop
Parliamentary division: Doncaster
Ecclesiastical parish: St Helen, Treeton
Administrative county: Yorkshire
Page 31
Schedule 165 or 173 : Bedgreave
 Name                 Relation    M.Status  Age  Occupation       Birthplace
 Mary E. Dawson       Head        W         33   Miller           Worksop, Nottinghamshire
 Edwin G. Dawson      Son                   12   Scholar          Bedgreave, Yorkshire
 Eleanor E. Dawson    Daur                  10   Scholar          Bedgreave, Yorkshire
 Francis B. Dawson    Son                   8    Scholar          Bedgreave, Yorkshire
 Charles Walker       Serv        S         18   Carter           Killamarsh, Derbyshire
 William Wycherley    Boarder     S         21   Carpenter        Shrewsbury, Salop
Schedule 164 or 174 : Bedgreave
 Name                 Relation    M.Status  Age  Occupation       Birthplace
 Williamson Glover    Head        M         63   Miller           Saxilby, Lincolnshire
 Eleanor Glover       Wife        M         59                    South Lodge, Worksop, Notts
 Sarah Glover         Daur        S         20                    Sheffield, Yorkshire
 George Glover        Son         S         17   Engineers Clerk  Bedgreave, Yorkshire

1901 census:

Street address: Bedgreave Mill Ho
Civil parish: Wales
Ecclesiastical parish: Wales St John
Town: Waleswood
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England
Registration district: Worksop
Sub-registration district: Anston
ED, institution, or vessel: 4
Household schedule number: 168
Source Citation: Class: RG13; Piece: 3128; Folio: 89; Page: 34.

 Name                 Relation    M.Status  Age  Occupation              Birthplace          Deaf/Dumb/Blind/Imbecile   EstBYear
 Mary E Dawson        Head        Wid       43   Miller + farmer         Notts Worksop       /                          about 1858
 Edwin G Dawson       Son         S         22   Miller fRelson          Yorks Bedgreave                                about 1879
 Eleanor E Dawson     Daur        S         20   Miller                  Yorks Bedgreave                                about 1881
 Frances B Dawson     Son         S         18   Miller fRelson          Yorks Bedgreave                                about 1883
 Eleanor Glover       Mother      Wid       69                           Notts Worksop       /                          about 1832
 Sarah Stafford       Sister      M         30                           Yorks Sheffield                                about 1871
 George Glover        Bro.        S         27   Railway Engine Stoker   Yorks Bedgreave                                about 1874
 James G Stafford     Nephew      S          1                           Derbys New Mills                               about 1900


1911 Census - Francis (Frank) Dawson, grandmother Eleanor Glover (Eleanor Oates)
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN20254 RG78PN1213 RD427 SD3 ED7 SN227
Schedule Number: 227
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Nottinghamshire
District: Worksop
Subdistrict: Anston
Enumeration District: 7
Parish: Wales
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace                   Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~    ~    ~   Born   ~    ~
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Francis Dawson       Head         M   28  Single    -       -   -   -   Miller (Corn)                                Employer    -        Yorkshire Wales           c1883  Frank Dawson <<56>>
 Eleanor Glover       Grandmother  F   79  Widow                         -                                            -           -        Nottinghamshire Wolbeck   c1832  Eleanor Oates <81>
 George Glover        Boarder      M   37  Single    -       -   -   -   Railway Engine Driver                        Worker      -        Yorkshire Wales           c1874  <<56>>
 George Binns         Boarder      M   23  Single    -       -   -   -   Millers Carter                               Worker      -        Yorkshire Aston           c1888
 Alice Julien         Servant      F   18  Single    -       -   -   -   Servant (Domestic)                           Worker      -        Derbyshire Killamarsh     c1893
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Number of Rooms 10
    Signature       (sig) Francis Dawson
    Postal Address  Bedgreave Mill, Wales, nr Sheffield
---------------------------------------------------------


Search on 1837online.com deaths for Eleanor Glover (25/10/2003) :
Mar 1919  GLO/1&2  --
Jun 1919  GLO/1    --
Sep 1919  GLO/1    --
Dec 1919  GLO/2    GLOVER, Eleanor, 87, Worksop, 7b/47 ********************

GRO death index:
  Quarter: Dec 1919
  Name:    Eleanor Glover (Oates)
  Age/DOB: 87
  District: Worksop
  Vol/Page: 7b/47
  Researched: 25/10/2003, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 27/10/2003.  Received 05/11/2003.

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <82>
Status:   D
Name:     \George Oates\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -6
Position: 0001010
Born:     1802
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <83>
Child:    <81>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

George Oates <82> is recorded on the marriage certificate of Williamson Glovers <80>
and Eleanor Oates <81> as being a Woodman by occupation.

1841 census:

Civil parish: Worksop
Hundred: Bassetlaw (Hatfield Division)
County/Island: Nottinghamshire
Country: England
Street address: South Lodge

Source information: HO107/852/9
Registration district: Worksop
Sub-registration district: Worksop
ED, institution, or vessel: 12
Folio: 26
Page: 2
Line number: 7
GSU Number: 438902

Name                  MF  Age     Occupation       Birthplace    EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
George Oates          M   35-39   Woodman          Y             abt 1804  George Oates <82>
Elizabeth Oates       F   35-39                    Y             abt 1804  Elizabeth Smith <83>
George Oates          M   17                       Y             abt 1824
Elizabeth Oates       F   15                       Y             abt 1826
John Oates            M   13                       Y             abt 1828
Ann Oates             F   10                       Y             abt 1831
Eleanor Oates         F    9                       Y             abt 1832  Eleanor Oates <81>
Mary Oates            F    7                       Y             abt 1834
William Oates         M    5                       Y             abt 1836

VRI:
??
OATS, George	Christening
	Gender:	Male
	Birth Date:	8 Apr 1802
	Christening Date:	9 May 1802	Recorded in:	Worksop, Nottinghamshire, England
			Collection:	BTs
	Father:	George OATS
	Mother:	Ann
Source:	FHL Film 504058	Dates:	1772 - 1812
??

Other siblings:

OATS, John	Christening
	Gender:	Male
	Christening Date:	14 May 1797	Recorded in:	Worksop, Nottinghamshire, England
			Collection:	BTs
	Father:	George OATS
	Mother:	Ann
Source:	FHL Film 504058	Dates:	1772 - 1812

OATS, Ann	Christening
	Gender:	Female
	Birth Date:	26 Sep 1799
	Christening Date:	24 Nov 1799	Recorded in:	Worksop, Nottinghamshire, England
			Collection:	BTs
	Father:	George OATS
	Mother:	Ann
Source:	FHL Film 504058	Dates:	1772 - 1812

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <83>
Status:   D
Name:     \Elizabeth Smith\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -6
Position: 0001011
Born:     1802
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <82>
Child:    <59>
Father:   <84>
Mother:   <85>
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

1841 census:

Civil parish: Worksop
Hundred: Bassetlaw (Hatfield Division)
County/Island: Nottinghamshire
Country: England
Street address: South Lodge

Source information: HO107/852/9
Registration district: Worksop
Sub-registration district: Worksop
ED, institution, or vessel: 12
Folio: 26
Page: 2
Line number: 7
GSU Number: 438902

Name                  MF  Age     Occupation       Birthplace    EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
George Oates          M   35-39   Woodman          Y             abt 1804  George Oates <82>
Elizabeth Oates       F   35-39                    Y             abt 1804  Elizabeth Smith <83>
George Oates          M   17                       Y             abt 1824
Elizabeth Oates       F   15                       Y             abt 1826
John Oates            M   13                       Y             abt 1828
Ann Oates             F   10                       Y             abt 1831
Eleanor Oates         F    9                       Y             abt 1832  Eleanor Oates <81>
Mary Oates            F    7                       Y             abt 1834
William Oates         M    5                       Y             abt 1836

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <84>
Status:   D
Name:     \William Smith\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -7
Position: 00010110
Born:     ???
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <85>
Child:    <83>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <85>
Status:   D
Name:     \Elizabeth Lamb\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -7
Position: 00010111
Born:     1770, ?Beckingham?
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <84>
Child:    <83>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <86>
Status:   D
Name:     \Stephen Michell\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -4
Position: 01010
Born:     13/02/1850, St Day, Cornwall  [Greville, birth cert]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
Married:  About 1878   Penzance, , Cornwall, England  [IGI]
Died:     24/12/1931, Hayle, Cornwall  [Greville]
Partner:  <87>
Child:    <32>
Father:   <88>
Mother:   <89>
Sibling:  (see list)
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
          \Jane Michell:c1840\
            In 1841: Aged 2, born Cornwall; living in Market St, Market St, Cornwall [1841C]
            In 1851: Aged 11, born Gwennap, Cornwall; living in Scorrier Street, St Day, Cornwall; Attending school [1851C]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
          \Nanny Michell:c1841\
            In 1841: Aged 7 months, born Cornwall; living in Market St, Market St, Cornwall [1841C]
            In 1851: Aged 10, born Gwennap, Cornwall; living in Scorrier Street, St Day, Cornwall; Attending school [1851C]
          \Theophilus Michell:c1843\
            In 1851: Aged 8, born Gwennap, Cornwall; living in Scorrier Street, St Day, Cornwall; Attending school [1851C]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
          \Christian Kate Michell:c1845\
            In 1851: Aged 6, called 'Kitty' in the census; born Gwennap, Cornwall; living in Scorrier Street, St Day, Cornwall; Attending school [1851C]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
          \Alice Michell:c1847\
            In 1851: Aged 4; born Gwennap, Cornwall; living in Scorrier Street, St Day, Cornwall; Attending school [1851C]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
          \Thomas Michell:c1849\  [CK]
            In 1851: Aged 2; born Gwennap, Cornwall; living in Scorrier Street, St Day, Cornwall; Attending school [1851C]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
Notes:

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Mar 1850
  Name:    Stephen Michell <86>
  District: Redruth
  Vol/Page: IX/264
  Researched: 30/01/2005, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 19/02/2005.  Received 04/03/2005.
Note that the Redruth district is in Cornwall.
No Stephen Michells were listed in either the June or September
quarters of the GRO indexes, supporting mine (and Grevilles) version of the
DOB of 13/02/1850, rather than the date provided by CK.
This is borne out by the certificate which proves the date of 13/02/1850.

Birth certificate of Stephen Michell <86> :
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Redruth
  1850 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Gwennap and Stithians in the County of Cornwall
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  490  Thirteenth February 1850       Stephen      Boy    Thomas             Ann Michell       M_____               Ann Michell          Twenty Fifth        ____ Williams
       St Day  Gwennap                                    Michell            formerly Prout    Tailor               Mother               February 1850       Registrar
                                                                                                                    St Day
                                                                                                                    Hwennap
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0
  British Isles
Alice P Michell
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:  1881   Penzance, , Cornwall, England
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  Stephen Michell
  Mother:  Ann S
Messages:
 Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church. No additional
 information is available. Ancestral File may list the same family and the submitter.
Source Information:
   No source information is available.

((This matches the information on Alice Prout Michells birth certificate,
20/02/1881, 18 Cornwall Terrace, Penzance, which names her father as
Stephen Michell and her mother as Annie Sophie Love.))

1851 census:

Parish:  Gwennap
Town:    St Day
Address: Scorrier(?) Street

County/Island: Cornwall
Source information: HO107/1914
Registration district: Redruth
Sub-registration district: Gwennap
ED, institution, or vessel: 2f
Folio: 160
Page: 8 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 28
GSU Number: 221068

Name                   MF   Relation  Mar  Age      Occupation     Birthplace           EstBYear  Individal
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Thomas Michell         M    Head      Mar  38       Merecix(?) Jailer (Master) employing 6 men + 16 women
                                                                   Kenwyn, Cornwall     abt 1813  Thomas Michell <88>
Ann Michell            F    Wife      Mar  42       -              St. Agnes, Cornwall  abt 1809  Ann Prout <89>
Jane Michell           F    Dau       Un   11       Scholar        Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1840  Jane Michell <<86>>
Nanny Michell          F    Dau       Un   10       Scholar        Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1841
Theophilus Michell     M    Son       Un    8       Scholar        Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1843  Theophilus Michell <<86>>
Kitty Michell          F    Dau       Un    6       Scholar        Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1845  Christian Kate Michell <<86>>
Alice Michell          F    Dau       Un    4       Scholar        Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1847  Alice Michell <<86>>
Thomas Michell         M    Son       Un    2       In Home        Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1849  Thomas Michell <<86>>
Stephen Michell        M    Son       Un    1       In Home        Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1850  Stephen Michell <86>
Eliz'th A Perry        F    Serv      Un   15       House Servant  Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1836

1881 census:
Alice P. MICHELL
  Female
Other Information:
  Birth Year   1881
  Birthplace   Penzance, Cornwall, England
  Age   1 m
  Occupation   --
  Marital Status   --
  Head of Household   Stephen MICHELL
  Relation   Daur
  Disability   --
Household:
 Name                 Relation  Marital Status  Gender   Age   Birthplace                    Occupation                         Disability
  Stephen MICHELL      Head      M               Male     31    St Day, Cornwall, England      Accountant Corn Seed Etc (Clk)
  Ann S. MICHELL       Wife      M               Female   27    Penzance, Cornwall, England
  Stephen H. MICHELL   Son                       Male     1     Penzance, Cornwall, England
  Alice P. MICHELL     Daur                      Female   1m    Penzance, Cornwall, England
  Lucretia CHESTER     Nurse     M               Female   46    Penzance, Cornwall, England    Nurse
  Eliz.E. DAVEY        Servant   U               Female   23    Gwennap, Cornwall, England     General Servant
Source Information:
  Dwelling   Commercial Road
  Census Place   Phillack, Cornwall, England
  Family History Library Film   1341562
  Public Records Office Reference   RG11
  Piece / Folio   2337 / 33
  Page Number   28
((Why did Stephen and/or Ann have a nurse?  Was Nurse Chester actually a babysitter?))

IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0
  British Isles
Stephen Michell
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:  1850   St Day, , Cornwall, England
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse:  Ann S
  Marriage:  About 1878   Penzance, , Cornwall, England
Messages:
 Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church. No additional
  information is available. Ancestral File may list the same family and the submitter.
Source Information:
   No source information is available.

1891 Census:
  Civil parish:    Phillack
  Urban Sanitary District: Phillack
  Ecclesiastical parish:    St Elwyn
  County:    Cornwall
  Street address:    Commercial Rd
  Source information:    RG12/1852
  Registration district:    Redruth
  Sub registration district:    Phillack
  ED, institution, or vessel:    2
  Folio:    26
  Page:    15
Stephen Michell            Head            M     41   Accountant                 Cornwall St. Day
Annie L.(S.?) Michell      Wife            M     39   --                         Cornwall Penzance
Stephen H. Michell         Son                   11   Scholar                    Cornwall Penzance
Alice P. Michell           Daur                  10   Scholar                    Cornwall Penzance
William L.(S?) Michell     Son                    9   Scholar                    Cornwall Hayle
Thomas L.(S? J?) Michell   Son                    8   Scholar                    Cornwall Hayle
Sidney L.(?) Michell       Son                    6   Scholar                    Cornwall Hayle
Violet E.(?) Michell       Daur                   4   --                         Cornwall Hayle
Amelia Love                Mother in Law   Wid   63   Living on her means        Cornwall Calstock
Elizabeth Hic[kh]in        Serv            S     20   General Servant Domestic   Cornwall Phillack


1911 Census - Stephen Michell, wife Annie Michell (nee Annie Love), son Arthur
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN14077 RG78PN839 RD300 SD4 ED21 SN295
Schedule Number: 295
---------------------------------------------------------
County:	Cornwall
District: Penzance
Subdistrict: Penzance
Enumeration District: 21
Parish: Penzance
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace           Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~     Born   ~    ~
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Mary Callenso        Head         F   58  Single    -       -   -   -                                                                  Penzance, Cornwall   c1853
 Stephen Michell      Visitor      M   61  Married   -       -   -   -   Accountant & company secretary  Commercial                     St Days, Cornwall    c1850  <86>
 Annie Sophie Michell   Visitor    F   57  Married   32      7   7   -                                                                  Penzance, Cornwall   c1854  Annie Sophia Love <87>
 Arthur Davey Michell   Visitor    M   17  Single    -       -   -   -   School                                                         Hayle, Cornwall      c1894  <<32>>
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Number of Rooms 6
    Signature       (sig) Mary Callenso
    Postal Address  4 South Terrace, Penzance, Cornwall
---------------------------------------------------------


FreeBMD (06/11/2003) :
  Surname  First name(s)  Age  District  Vol  Page
    Births Jun 1849
  Michell  Stephen             Truro     9    337
    Births Mar 1850
  Michell  Stephen             Redruth   9    264
NEITHER of which is necessarily our Stephen Michell!

Search for birth index on 1837online (30/01/2005):
  NB. This is in light of the date given by Greville in March 1850,
      and the alternative date in June 1850 given by Charlotte Ketterer.
      It would appear to favour the date in March.
  Mar 1850  MICHELL, Stephen   Redruth  IX/264
  Jun 1850  --
  Sep 1850  --
Redruth
Created 1st July 1837.
Sub-districts : Camborne; Gwennap; Illogan; Phillack; Redruth.
GRO volumes : IX (1837-51); 5c (1852-1930).
Camborne, East Phillack, Gwennap, Gwinear, Gwithian, Illogan, Phillack, Redruth, St. Sithian's, West Phillack.
Registers now divided between Camborne-Redruth and Truro districts.


1841 census of the Michells before Stephens birth:

Civil parish: Gwennap with St Day
Hundred: Kerrier
County/Island: Cornwall
Country: England
Street address: Market St

Source information: HO107/137/11
Registration district: Redruth
Sub-registration district: Gwennap and Stithians
ED, institution, or vessel: 21
Folio: 53
Page: 2
Line number: 3
GSU Number: 241260

Name                  MF  Age     Occupation       Birthplace    EstBYear  Individual
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Thos Michell          M   28      Tailor           Y             abt 1813  Thomas Michell <88>
Nanny Michell         F   30                       Y             abt 1811  Ann Prout <89>
Jane Michell          F    2                       Y             abt 1839
Nanny Michell         F    7 months                Y             abt 1840
Eliza Bassett         F   17      F.S              Y             abt 1824
May Stephens          F   15      Tailoress        Y             abt 1826

_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <87>
Status:   D
Name:     \Annie Sophia Love\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -4
Position: 01011
Born:     06/11/1853, Penzance, Cornwall  [Greville] [censuses]
Married:  About 1878   Penzance, , Cornwall, England  [IGI]
Died:     11/05/1932, Rushden, Northants  [Greville]
Partner:  <86>
Child:    <32>
Father:   <96>
Mother:   <97>
Sibling:  \William J Love:c1861\, age 20 in 1881 (so born c1861), Civil Engineer Apprentice in 1881, born Penzance, Cornwall, England [1881C]
Notes:

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Annies predecessors (from Greville on GenesConnected) :

Thomas Michell - ???
1772 - 1845
      |
Thomas Michell - Ann Prout        Henry Love - Amelia Davey
1813 - 1893      c1818            c1818        c1828
      |                               |
Stephen Michell ----------------- Annie Love
1850 - 1931                       1853 - 1932

Thomas Michell
31/05/1772 (Cornwall) - 12/12/1845
Thomas Michell                          Henry Love
21/03/1813 (Cornwall) - 01/10/1893      c1818 (Penzance, Cornwall)
Ann Prout                               Amelia Davey
c1818 (Cornwall)                        c1828 (Calstock, Cornwall)
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IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0
  British Isles
Alice P Michell
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:  1881   Penzance, , Cornwall, England
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  Stephen Michell
  Mother:  Ann S
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((This matches the information on Alice Prout Michells birth certificate,
20/02/1881, 18 Cornwall Terrace, Penzance, which names her father as
Stephen Michell and her mother as Annie Sophie Love.))

1881 census:
Alice P. MICHELL
  Female
Other Information:
  Birth Year   1881
  Birthplace   Penzance, Cornwall, England
  Age   1 m
  Occupation   --
  Marital Status   --
  Head of Household   Stephen MICHELL
  Relation   Daur
  Disability   --
Household:
 Name                 Relation  Marital Status  Gender   Age   Birthplace                    Occupation                         Disability
  Stephen MICHELL      Head      M               Male     31    St Day, Cornwall, England      Accountant Corn Seed Etc (Clk)
  Ann S. MICHELL       Wife      M               Female   27    Penzance, Cornwall, England
  Stephen H. MICHELL   Son                       Male     1     Penzance, Cornwall, England
  Alice P. MICHELL     Daur                      Female   1m    Penzance, Cornwall, England
  Lucretia CHESTER     Nurse     M               Female   46    Penzance, Cornwall, England    Nurse
  Eliz.E. DAVEY        Servant   U               Female   23    Gwennap, Cornwall, England     General Servant
Source Information:
  Dwelling   Commercial Road
  Census Place   Phillack, Cornwall, England
  Family History Library Film   1341562
  Public Records Office Reference   RG11
  Piece / Folio   2337 / 33
  Page Number   28
((Why did Stephen and/or Ann have a nurse?  Was Nurse Chester actually a babysitter?))

1881 census:
 Name             Relation  M.Status  Gender  Age  Birthplace                   Occupation
 Henry LOVE       Head      M         Male    63   Penzance, Cornwall, England  Retired Master Mariner Lodging House Keeper
 Amelia LOVE      Wife      M         Female  53   Calstock, Cornwall, England
 William J. LOVE  Son       U         Male    20   Penzance, Cornwall, England  Civil Engineer Apprentice
 Mary KING        Lodger    W         Female  67   Gulval, Cornwall, England    Annuitant
Source Information:
 Dwelling    18 Cornwall Terrace
 Census Place  Madron - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 Family History Library Film    1341564
 Public Records Office Reference    RG11
 Piece / Folio    2347 / 15
 Page Number    23

1891 Census:
  Civil parish:    Phillack
  Urban Sanitary District: Phillack
  Ecclesiastical parish:    St Elwyn
  County:    Cornwall
  Street address:    Commercial Rd
  Source information:    RG12/1852
  Registration district:    Redruth
  Sub registration district:    Phillack
  ED, institution, or vessel:    2
  Folio:    26
  Page:    15
Stephen Michell            Head            M     41   Accountant                 Cornwall St. Day
Annie L.(S.?) Michell      Wife            M     39   --                         Cornwall Penzance
Stephen H. Michell         Son                   11   Scholar                    Cornwall Penzance
Alice P. Michell           Daur                  10   Scholar                    Cornwall Penzance
William L.(S?) Michell     Son                    9   Scholar                    Cornwall Hayle
Thomas L.(S? J?) Michell   Son                    8   Scholar                    Cornwall Hayle
Sidney L.(?) Michell       Son                    6   Scholar                    Cornwall Hayle
Violet E.(?) Michell       Daur                   4   --                         Cornwall Hayle
Amelia Love                Mother in Law   Wid   63   Living on her means        Cornwall Calstock
Elizabeth Hic[kh]in        Serv            S     20   General Servant Domestic   Cornwall Phillack


1911 Census - Stephen Michell, wife Annie Michell (nee Annie Love), son Arthur
---------------------------------------------------------
Census Ref: RG14PN14077 RG78PN839 RD300 SD4 ED21 SN295
Schedule Number: 295
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County:	Cornwall
District: Penzance
Subdistrict: Penzance
Enumeration District: 21
Parish: Penzance
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 Name                 Relation     MF  Age Marital   Years   Ch  Ch  Ch  Occupation                      Industry     Emplyr/  Working  Birthplace           Year   Indiv.
 ~    ~    ~     ~    ~      ~     ~   ~   Status    Marr'd  Bn  Lvg Dd  ~     ~     ~     ~     ~       ~    ~    ~  /Workr   At Home  ~    ~    ~    ~     Born   ~    ~
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 Mary Callenso        Head         F   58  Single    -       -   -   -                                                                  Penzance, Cornwall   c1853
 Stephen Michell      Visitor      M   61  Married   -       -   -   -   Accountant & company secretary  Commercial                     St Days, Cornwall    c1850  <86>
 Annie Sophie Michell   Visitor    F   57  Married   32      7   7   -                                                                  Penzance, Cornwall   c1854  Annie Sophia Love <87>
 Arthur Davey Michell   Visitor    M   17  Single    -       -   -   -   School                                                         Hayle, Cornwall      c1894  <<32>>
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    Number of Rooms 6
    Signature       (sig) Mary Callenso
    Postal Address  4 South Terrace, Penzance, Cornwall
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IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0
  British Isles
Stephen Michell
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:  1850   St Day, , Cornwall, England
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse:  Ann S
  Marriage:  About 1878   Penzance, , Cornwall, England
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IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0
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Ann S
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:  1854   Penzance, , Cornwall, England
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse:  Stephen Michell  Family
  Marriage:  About 1878   Penzance, , Cornwall, England
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www.familyhistoryonline.net - Cornwall 1881 Census (03/05/2004) :
  1. Name Henry LOVE Relationship Head Condition M Gender M Age 63 Occupation Retired Master Mariner Lodging House Keeper Birthplace Penzance, Cornwall, England Address 18 Cornwall Terrace, Madron - Penzance, Cornwall, England PRO ref RG11/2347 Folio 15 Page 23 FHL film no. 1341564
  2. Name Amelia LOVE Relationship Wife Condition M Gender F Age 53 Occupation – Birthplace Calstock, Cornwall, England Address 18 Cornwall Terrace, Madron - Penzance, Cornwall, England PRO ref RG11/2347 Folio 15 Page 23 FHL film no. 1341564
  3. Name William J. LOVE Relationship Son Condition U Gender M Age 20 Occupation Civil Engineer Apprentice Birthplace Penzance, Cornwall, England Address 18 Cornwall Terrace, Madron - Penzance, Cornwall, England PRO ref RG11/2347 Folio 15 Page 23 FHL film no. 1341564
  4. Name Mary KING Relationship Lodger Condition W Gender F Age 67 Occupation Annuitant Birthplace Gulval, Cornwall, England Address 18 Cornwall Terrace, Madron - Penzance, Cornwall, England PRO ref RG11/2347 Folio 15 Page 23 FHL film no. 1341564

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ID:       <88>
Status:   D
Name:     \Thomas Michell\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -5
Position: 010100
Born:     21/03/1813, Cornwall  [Greville]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
Married:  (Private)
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
Died:     01/10/1893  [Greville]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
Partner:  <89>
Child:    <86>
Father:   <95>
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  \Alice Michell\, born 22/08/1806; died 09/06/1840  [grev]
            Married \John Barrett:c1806\
            Children:
              \Thomas Michell Barrett:D\, died aged 16 years  [grev]
          \Elizabeth Michell:1808\, born 12/07/1808  [grev]
          \Theophilus Michell:1810:1839\, born 24/03/1810; died 21/01/1839  [grev]
          \John Michell:1815:1886\, born 23/09/1815; died 25/03/1886  [grev]
          \Richard Michell:1818\, born 09/03/1818
          \Jane Michell:1820\, born 21/10/1820
            Married \Joseph Came:c1820\
          \Caroline Michell:1822:1823\, born 14/06/1822; died 16/09/1823
          \Stephen Michell:1824:1840\, born 08/11/1824; died 29/09/1840
          \Caroline Michell:1826\, born 16/12/1826
Notes:

_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_

  Stated on birth certificate of son Stephen Michell <86> to be a 'M_____ Tailor' (first word unclear).

1841 census:

Civil parish: Gwennap with St Day
Hundred: Kerrier
County/Island: Cornwall
Country: England
Street address: Market St

Source information: HO107/137/11
Registration district: Redruth
Sub-registration district: Gwennap and Stithians
ED, institution, or vessel: 21
Folio: 53
Page: 2
Line number: 3
GSU Number: 241260

Name                  MF  Age     Occupation       Birthplace    EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Thos Michell          M   28      Tailor           Y             abt 1813  Thomas Michell <88>
Nanny Michell         F   30                       Y             abt 1811  Ann Prout <89>
Jane Michell          F    2                       Y             abt 1839
Nanny Michell         F    7 months                Y             abt 1840
Eliza Bassett         F   17      F.S              Y             abt 1824
May Stephens          F   15      Tailoress        Y             abt 1826

1851 census:

Parish:  Gwennap
Town:    St Day
Address: Scorrier(?) Street

County/Island: Cornwall
Source information: HO107/1914
Registration district: Redruth
Sub-registration district: Gwennap
ED, institution, or vessel: 2f
Folio: 160
Page: 8 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 28
GSU Number: 221068

Name                   MF   Relation  Mar  Age      Occupation     Birthplace           EstBYear  Individal
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Thomas Michell         M    Head      Mar  38       Merecix(?) Jailer (Master) employing 6 men + 16 women
                                                                   Kenwyn, Cornwall     abt 1813  Thomas Michell <88>
Ann Michell            F    Wife      Mar  42       -              St. Agnes, Cornwall  abt 1809  Ann Prout <89>
Jane Michell           F    Dau       Un   11       Scholar        Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1840  Jane Michell <<86>>
Nanny Michell          F    Dau       Un   10       Scholar        Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1841
Theophilus Michell     M    Son       Un    8       Scholar        Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1843  Theophilus Michell <<86>>
Kitty Michell          F    Dau       Un    6       Scholar        Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1845  Christian Kate Michell <<86>>
Alice Michell          F    Dau       Un    4       Scholar        Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1847  Alice Michell <<86>>
Thomas Michell         M    Son       Un    2       In Home        Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1849  Thomas Michell <<86>>
Stephen Michell        M    Son       Un    1       In Home        Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1850  Stephen Michell <86>
Eliz'th A Perry        F    Serv      Un   15       House Servant  Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1836

==============================================================================

ID:       <89>
Status:   D
Name:     \Ann Prout\
          Also known as "Nanny Michell"  [CK]
Gender:   F
Gen:      -5
Position: 010101
Born:     c1818, Cornwall  [Greville] - Not sure if this date is accurate
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
Married:  (Private)
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
Died:     (Private)
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
Partner:  <88>
Child:    <86>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_

1841 census:

Civil parish: Gwennap with St Day
Hundred: Kerrier
County/Island: Cornwall
Country: England
Street address: Market St

Source information: HO107/137/11
Registration district: Redruth
Sub-registration district: Gwennap and Stithians
ED, institution, or vessel: 21
Folio: 53
Page: 2
Line number: 3
GSU Number: 241260

Name                  MF  Age     Occupation       Birthplace    EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Thos Michell          M   28      Tailor           Y             abt 1813  Thomas Michell <88>
Nanny Michell         F   30                       Y             abt 1811  Ann Prout <89>
Jane Michell          F    2                       Y             abt 1839
Nanny Michell         F    7 months                Y             abt 1840
Eliza Bassett         F   17      F.S              Y             abt 1824
May Stephens          F   15      Tailoress        Y             abt 1826

1851 census:

Parish:  Gwennap
Town:    St Day
Address: Scorrier(?) Street

County/Island: Cornwall
Source information: HO107/1914
Registration district: Redruth
Sub-registration district: Gwennap
ED, institution, or vessel: 2f
Folio: 160
Page: 8 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 28
GSU Number: 221068

Name                   MF   Relation  Mar  Age      Occupation     Birthplace           EstBYear  Individal
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Thomas Michell         M    Head      Mar  38       Merecix(?) Jailer (Master) employing 6 men + 16 women
                                                                   Kenwyn, Cornwall     abt 1813  Thomas Michell <88>
Ann Michell            F    Wife      Mar  42       -              St. Agnes, Cornwall  abt 1809  Ann Prout <89>
Jane Michell           F    Dau       Un   11       Scholar        Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1840  Jane Michell <<86>>
Nanny Michell          F    Dau       Un   10       Scholar        Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1841
Theophilus Michell     M    Son       Un    8       Scholar        Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1843  Theophilus Michell <<86>>
Kitty Michell          F    Dau       Un    6       Scholar        Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1845  Christian Kate Michell <<86>>
Alice Michell          F    Dau       Un    4       Scholar        Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1847  Alice Michell <<86>>
Thomas Michell         M    Son       Un    2       In Home        Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1849  Thomas Michell <<86>>
Stephen Michell        M    Son       Un    1       In Home        Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1850  Stephen Michell <86>
Eliz'th A Perry        F    Serv      Un   15       House Servant  Gwennap, Cornwall    abt 1836

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ID:       <90>
Status:   D
Name:     \Arthur Ward\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -4
Position: 00000
Born:     16/03/1850, Woodhouse, Sheffield, Yorkshire [birth cert]
          c1850, Woodhouse, Sheffield, Yorkshire [1881C]
          c1851, Woodhouse, Sheffield, Yorkshire [1881C]
          c1851, Handsworth, Yorkshire [1861C]
          c1850, Handsworth, Yorkshire [1851C]
Married:  Probably c1870 [1881C]
Died:     28/05/1891, 52 Siddals Road, Derby [cert]
          Approx. 5-7 years after birth of son John <45>, Therefore c1890 [Hilda, 1891C]
Partner:  <91>
Child:    <45>
Father:   <123>
Mother:   <124>
Sibling:  \George Ward:c1840\
            * Assumed to be the son of Daniel <123> and thus brother of Arthur <90> though the 1841 census does not specify relationships *
            In 1841: Aged 1 (so born c1840), born in Yorkshire; living in Tapton, Sheffield, Yorkshire [1841C]
            Presumably died young, as he doesn't show in any later censuses.
          \Walter Ward:1841\, born 12/12/1841, Tapton, Yorkshire [cert]
            In 1851: Aged 9 (so born c1842), born Handworth, Yorkshire; living in Handsworth, Yorkshire; attending school [1851C]
            No mention yet found in the 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891 or 1901, it's likely he died between 1851-1881 (the 1861 and 1871 are patchy, but he would be in the 1881).
            Birth Ref: Walter Ward, Dec 1841, Ecclesall Bierlow, XXII/126  [GRO image]
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  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Ecclesall Bierlow
  1841 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Nether Hallam in the County of York
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  340  Twelth of December 1841        Walter       Boy    Daniel Ward        Elizabeth Ward    Jobber               E Ward               Thirty First        Wm Brittey
       Tapton                                                                formerly Elliott                       Mother               of December 1841    Registrar
                                                                                                                    Tapton
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            Is this his Death Ref ?: Walter Ward, Mar 1862, "Ecclesall, B", 9c/159  [GRO]
            (Found record of a Walter Ward born in Handworth born c1844 in the 1901, 1891, 1881, 1871, 1861 and 1851, but tracing back to the 1851 and 1861 he was the son of a Thomas Ward.)
          \Clara Ward:1845\, born 14/06/1845, Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire [cert]
            In 1851: Aged 5 (so born c1846), born Handworth, Yorkshire; living in Handsworth, Yorkshire; attending school [1851C]
            In 1861: Aged 15 (so born c1846), born Handsworth, Yorkshire; living in St Alkmund, Derbyshire; attending school [1861C]
            In 1871: Aged 25 (so born c1846), born Handsworth, Warwickshire(!); living at 7 Traffic St, St Peter, Derby, Derbyshire [1871C]
            In 1881: Aged 35 (so born c1846), born Handsworth, Yorkshire; living at Main Street, Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire [1881C]
            In 1891: Aged 45 (so born c1846), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; living at Markst(?) St, Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire [1891C]
            In 1901: Aged 55 (so born c1846), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; living at 62 Marlborough Road, Leicester, Leicestershire [1901C]
            Birth Ref: Clara Ward, Jun 1845, Sheffield, XXII/575  [GRO image]
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  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Sheffield
  1845 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Handsworth in the County of York
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  326  Fourteenth of June 1845        Clara        Girl   Daniel Ward        Elizabeth Ward    Cattle Dealer        Elizabeth Ward       Twenty Eighth       George Sibray
       Woodhouse                                                             formerly Elliott                       Mother               of June 1845        Registrar
                                                                                                                    Woodhouse
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            Married \James Brooke:c1840\, born c1840, Great Houghton, Yorkshire [1881C,1891C]
              In 1881: Aged 41 (so born c1840), born Great Houghton, Yorkshire; a Draper Grocer employing 2 men + 1 apprentice; living at Main Street, Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire [1881C]
              In 1891: Aged 51 (so born c1840), born Great Houghton, Yorkshire; a Draper + Grocer with 1 apprentice; living at Markst(?) St, Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire [1891C]
              In 1901: Aged 62 (so born c1839), born Houghton, Yorkshire; Porter (at a) Hotel; living at 62 Marlborough Road, Leicester, Leicestershire [1901C]
              Recorded in 1881, as are his family, as _Brookes_ not _Brooke_, but the 1891 and 1901 are consistent as _Brooke_, as is the GRO marriage index.
              Marriage cert gives age in 1877 as 38, so born c1839. [cert]
            Married James between 1871 and 1881 [based on censuses].
            Marriage ref: James Brooke, Clara Ward, Jun 1877, Worksop, 7b/74 [FreeBMD, GRO images]
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  1877 Marriage solumnized at the Abbey Church in the parish of Worksop in the County of Nottingham
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  27   May 23rd 1877           James Brooke               38         Bachelor    Grocer         Handsworth Woodhouse                William Brooke             Cattle Dealer
                               Clara Ward                 31         Spinster    -              Worksop                             Daniel Ward                Cattle Dealer
  Married in the Abbey Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church by License by me (sig) E Hawley, Vicar
  This Marriage                                    in the
  was solumnized  (sig) James Brooke               Presence   (sig) G. Rhodes
  between us      (sig) Clara Ward                 of us      (sig) Mary Foulds
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            On the marriage James Brooke is confirmed to be a Grocer in 1877. [cert]
            On the marriage James Brooke's father is recorded as being \William Brooke\, a Cattle Dealer in 1877. [cert]
            Children:
              \George Brooke:c1879\, born c1879, Handsworth, Yorkshire
                In 1881: Aged 2 (so born c1879), born Handsworth, Yorkshire; living at Main Street, Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire [1881C]
                In 1891: Aged 12 (so born c1879), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; attending school; living at Markst(?) Street, Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire [1891C]
                In 1901: Aged 22 (so born c1883), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; Confectioner; living at 62 Marlborough Road, Leicester, Leicestershire [1901C]
              \Clara Hilda Brooke:c1883\, born c1883, Woodhouse, Yorkshire
                In 1891: Aged 8 (so born c1883), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; attending school; living at Markst(?) Street, Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire [1891C]
                In 1901: Aged 18 (so born c1883), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; Engineers Clerk; living at 62 Marlborough Road, Leicester, Leicestershire [1901C]
              \Sidney Brooke:c1886\, born c1886, Woodhouse, Yorkshire
                In 1891: Aged 5 (so born c1883), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; attending school; living at Markst(?) Street, Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire [1891C]
                In 1901: Aged 15 (so born c1883), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; Accountants Clerk; living at 62 Marlborough Road, Leicester, Leicestershire [1901C]
          \Bernard Ward:1848\, born 15/02/1848, Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire [birth cert]
            In 1851: Aged 3 (so born c1848), born Handworth, Yorkshire; living in Handsworth, Yorkshire; attending school [1851C]
            In 1861: Aged 13 (so born c1848), born Handsworth, Yorkshire; living in St Alkmund, Derbyshire; attending school [1861C]
            In 1871: Aged 23 (so born c1848), born Handsworth, Warwickshire(!); living at 7 Traffic St, St Peter, Derby, Derbyshire; 'Dealer' [1871C]
            In 1881: Aged 33 (so born c1848), born Handsworth, Yorkshire; living at 7 Traffic St, Derby, Derbyshire; Cattle Dealer [1881C]
            In 1891: Aged 43 (so born c1848), born Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire; living at 1 Darwin Terrace, Derby, Derbyshire; Cattle Dealer [1891C]
            In 1901: Aged 53 (so born c1848), born Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire; living at 26 La____ood St, Derby, Derbyshire; Cattle Dealer [1901C]
            Birth Ref: Bernard Ward, Mar 1848, Sheffield, XXII/561  [GRO image]
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  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Sheffield
  1848 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Handsworth in the County of York
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  117  Fifteenth February 1848        Bernard      Boy    Daniel Ward        Elizabeth Ward    Farmer               Elizabeth Ward       Twenty Eighth       George Sibray
       Woodhouse                                                             formerly Elliott                       Mother               March 1848          Registrar
                                                                                                                    Woodhouse
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            According to Hilda <<7>> :
              Hilda's dad's uncle - John's <45> uncle
              Therefore either Arthur's <90> brother or married a sibling of Phoebe <91>
              Busisnessman in Derby [Hilda <<7>>]
              Lost his granddads businsss in Derby [Hilda <<7>>]
              Christine has a letter from Bernard to Arthur in 1908 saying about the loss of the business
              Business swindling? [Hilda <<7>>]
              "must have been wealthy" [direct quote from Hilda <<7>>]
              Used to go to russia, and married a russian [Hilda <<7>>]
            In 1912, Bernard <<90>> wrote a letter (on paper headed "Bernard Ward", "BERNARD WARD, HOG SALESMAN, 26, CHARNWOOD STREET, DERBY.")
            dated 12/06/1912 to 'Jack' (John Ward <45>)
              In it he mentions a daughter who died in Russia "last Thursday week" of cancer.
              Implication of a second daughter ("her sister").
                "I am sorry to tell you I had a daughter died last Thursday week
                 in Russia, its been a great trouble to us we expected it some time
                 since she had cancer, I took her
                 sister over to St Petersburg last hov[?] I left her
                 with them, so expect her home now in a few days."
              Mention of a "second son from Canada"
              Mention of the writers "eldest son", with implication of being different to and older than
              his "second son from Canada", and thus having at least two sons
                "I sent for my second son from Canada to take [Arthurs] job"
                "only a fortnight since my son from Canada wanted us to take [Arthur] on again but eldest son said he would not have it again"
              Refers in third person to a "Bernard"
                "... Bernard could ... do with him in Leicester any longer ..."
              Is this his son Bernard born c1874 (see below)?
              Was his "second son from Canada" Walter born c1876 (see below)?
              How does Frances (wife, below) and their children (below) relate, if at all, to Bernards russian family?
              Did one of these daughters - Adelaide, Bertha or Clara - go to live in Russia, and die over there in 1912?
              Which other daughter was taken to Russia in 1912 as a result?
            In 1881, 1891 and 1901, Bernard is married to \Frances ____:c1850\ (also known as Fanny), born c1850, Alfreton, Derbyshire
              In 1881: aged 32 (so born c1849), born Alfreton, Derbyshire; living at 7 Traffic St, Derby, Derbyshire [1881C]
              In 1891: aged 41 (so born c1850), born Alfreton, Derbyshire; living at 1 Darwin Terrace, Derby, Derbyshire [1891C]
              In 1901: aged 51 (so born c1850), born Alfreton, Derbyshire; living at 26 La____ood St, Derby, Derbyshire [1901C]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
            They had children:
              \Bernard Ward:c1874\, born c1874, Derby, Derbyshire
                In 1881: aged 7 (so born c1874), born in Derby; living at 7 Traffic St, Derby, Derbyshire [1881C]
                In 1891: aged 17 (so born c1874), born in Derby; living at 1 Darwin Terrace, Derby, Derbyshire; Cattle Dealer [1891C]
              \Walter Ward:c1876\, born c1876, Derbyshire
                In 1881: aged 5 (so born c1876), born in Marikay(?), Derbyshire; living at 7 Traffic St, Derby, Derbyshire [1881C]
                In 1891: aged 15 (so born c1876), born in Marebay(?), Derbyshire; living at 1 Darwin Terrace, Derby, Derbyshire; attending school [1891C]
              \Adelaide Francis Ward:c1878\ (female), born c1878, Derby, Derbyshire
                In 1881: aged 3 (so born c1878), born in Derby; living at 7 Traffic St, Derby, Derbyshire
                In 1891: aged 13 (so born c1878), born in Derby; living at 1 Darwin Terrace, Derby, Derbyshire; attending school [1891C]
                In 1901: aged 23 (so born c1878), born in Derby; living at 26 La____ood St, Derby, Derbyshire [1901C]
              \Bertha Ward:1880\, born 1880, Derby, Derbyshire
                In March-April 1881: aged 5 months (so born 1880), born in Derby; living at 7 Traffic St, Derby, Derbyshire [1881C]
                In 1891: aged 10 (so born c1881), born in Derby; living at 1 Darwin Terrace, Derby, Derbyshire; attending school [1891C]
              \George Ward:c1883\, born c1883, Derby, Derbyshire
                In 1891: aged 8 (so born c1883), born in Derby; living at 1 Darwin Terrace, Derby, Derbyshire; attending school [1891C]
                In 1901: aged 17 (so born c1884), born in Derby; living at 26 La____ood St, Derby, Derbyshire [1901C]
              \Richard S Ward:c1886\, born c1886, Derby, Derbyshire
                In 1891: aged 5 (so born c1886), born in Derby; living at 1 Darwin Terrace, Derby, Derbyshire; attending school [1891C]
              \Clara Ward:c1887\, born c1887, Derby, Derbyshire
                In 1891: aged 4 (so born c1887), born in Derby; living at 1 Darwin Terrace, Derby, Derbyshire [1891C]
              \Dennis E Ward:c1895\, born c1895, Derby, Derbyshire
                In 1901: aged 6 (so born c1895), born in Derby; living at 26 La____ood St, Derby, Derbyshire [1901C]
            In 1891 Bernard and Frances also have a servant.
Notes:

Named on birth cert of son Walter <<45>> as a Cattle Dealer on 05/03/1875; Phoebe <91> (and presumably Arthur <90>) was living at 13 Waterloo Street, Derby.
Named on birth cert of son John <45> as a Butcher on 01/01/1884; Phoebe <91> (and presumably Arthur <90>) was living at 7 Traffic Street, Derby.
Named on birth cert of daughter Elizabeth <<45>> as a Butcher on 15/01/1878, living at 7 Traffic Street, Derby.

Named on marriage cert of daughter Elizabeth <<45>> as a Pig Dealer (deceased) on 09/03/1896.

Birth Ref: Arthur Ward, Jun 1850, Sheffield, XXII/644 [GRO image]
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Sheffield
  1850 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Handsworth in the County of York
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  374  Sixteenth March 1850           Arthur       Boy    Daniel Ward        Elizabeth Ward    Cattle Dealer        Daniel Ward          Twentieth April     George Sibray
       Woodhouse                                                             formerly Elliott                       Father               1850                Registrar
                                                                                                                    Woodhouse
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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Sheffield
Created 1st July 1837.
Sub-districts : Attercliffe; Brightside; East Brightside; Handsworth; Hillsborough; North Sheffield; Sheffield Park; South Sheffield; West Brightside; West Sheffield.
GRO volumes : XXII (1837-51); 9c (1852-1930).
Attercliffe cum Darnall, Bradfield Urban (from 1914), Brightside Bierlow, Ecclesfield Urban (from 1902), Handsworth, Sheffield.
Registers now in Sheffield district.
----
Ecclesall Bierlow
Created 1st July 1837. Mainly in West Riding, but included parts of Derbyshire.
Sub-districts : Bramhall; Dore; Ecclesall Bierlow; Ecclesall Central; Ecclesall North; Ecclesall South; Ecclesall West; Nether Hallam; Norton; Sharrow; Upper Hallam.
GRO volumes : XXII (1837-51); 9c (1852-1930).
Ecclesall Bierlow, Heeley, Nether Hallam, Norton Within (from 1904), Upper Hallam.
Registers now in Sheffield district.
----

GRO death index:
  Quarter: Jun 1891
  Name:    Arthur Ward <90>
  Age/DOB: 40
  District: Derby
  Vol/Page: 7b/406
  Researched: 22/05/2004, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 22/05/2004.  Arrived 28/05/2004.

  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Derby
  1891 DEATH in the Sub-district of Derby in the County of Derby
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex     Age     Occupation             Cause of death              Informant              When reg.           Registrar
  306  Twenty eighth May 1891         Arthur Ward  Male    40      Cattle Dealer          ____ tremers(?)  8 days     Arthur Ward            Thirtieth May 1891  A(?).Salisard
       52 Siddals Road                                     years   of 52 Siddals Road     Pneumonia  4 days           Son                                        Registrar
                                                                   Derby                  Exhaustion                  52 Siddals Road
                                                                                          Certified by                Derby
                                                                                          C(E?) H Taylor MORES(?)
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--
According to Auntie Hilda <<7>>:
  John <45> was born in Derby
  Lived near Derby station?
  Mother Phoebe Fox <91> (died when he was 2)
  Father Arthur <90> (died when he was 5)
    Went to derby - something to do with pigs - went to Ireland, mugged on the way home
  Phoebe and Arthur(?) wrote a book on Woodhouse
  Brought to Beighton to be brought up by his Aunt Eleanor Ward
  Eleanor's husband was an Undertaker in Beighton
  Had an uncle (brother?) - Bernard Ward?  He married a Russian?
--
More from Auntie Hilda <<7>>:
  Hilda <7> had an Aunt Bessie who died young
  Hilda <7> had an Aunt Tilly (Elizabeth) who lived in Leicester
            and who married (after bessie died)
            They called her "Mrs Moony" (so married a "Mr Moony"?)
  Hilda <7> had an Aunt Fanny who lived at Derby
  Eleanor Ward married George Waller
On Bernard Ward (also from Hilda) :
  Bernard was Hilda's dad's uncle - John's <45> uncle
  Therefore either Arthur's <90> brother or married a sibling of Phoebe <91>
  (We did not know if Bernard was a Ward by birth or marriage, though by birth was most likely)
  Bernard was a busisnessman in Derby
  Bernard lost his granddads businsss in Derby
  Christine has a letter from Bernard to Arthur in 1908 saying about the loss of the business
  Bernard was business swindling?
  Bernard "must have been wealthy" [direct quote from Hilda <7>]
  Bernard used to go to russia, and married a russian
--

It appears John <<45>> was brought up not by Eleanor Ward but by Charlotte Ward, and Charlotte was not a direct aunt -
- not Arthurs sister - though she may have been a more distant cousin?  See John <<45>> for more information.


In 1912, Bernard Ward <<90>> wrote a letter (on paper headed "Bernard Ward", "BERNARD WARD, HOG SALESMAN, 26, CHARNWOOD STREET, DERBY.")
dated 12/06/1912 to 'Jack' (actually John <45>).
It implies 'Jack' has an "Aunt Clara"
Mention of "your Aunt" - ie. Jacks Aunt - with implication this also refers to "Aunt Clara"
Mention of "your grandfather" - ie. Jacks grandfather - in relation to photos
Mention made of "your father" - ie. Jacks father - in relation to photos
Mention made of "my father" - ie. Bernards father - in relation to photos
Statements that "Aunt Clara" has photos of "[Jacks] grandfather"
Statements that "Aunt Clara" may have photos of "[Jacks] father"
    "I am sorry I have no photo of your father,
     or my father, I mean to get some taken I will send
     you one of mine.
     ...
     Your Aunt Clara has your grandfather[s] photo. I don't remember ever seeing
     one of your father, your Aunt will look up some + I will
     post them in a few days, she has some of mine she says but I
     don't remember them."


1851 census:

Parish:   Handsworth
Village:  Woodhouse
Address:  Road house

County/Island: Yorkshire
Source information: HO107/2342
Registration district: Sheffield
Sub-registration district: Brightside
ED, institution, or vessel: 1
Folio: 561
Page: 17 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 60
GSU Number: 87598-87600

Name                  MF  Relation   Mar   Age   Occupation       Birthplace          EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Daniel Ward           M   Head       Mar   33    Cattle dealer    Yorks Handsworth    abt 1818  Daniel Ward <123>
Elizabeth Ward        F   Wife       Mar   35                     Yorks Hallam        abt 1816  Elizabeth Elliott <124>
Walter Ward           M   Son               9    Scholar          Yorks Handsworth    abt 1842
Clara Ward            F   Daur              5    Scholar          Yorks Handsworth    abt 1846
Bernard Ward          M   Son               3                     Yorks Handsworth    abt 1848  Bernard Ward <<90>>
Arthur Ward           M   Son               1                     Yorks Handsworth    abt 1850  Arthur Ward <90>
Margaret Brasington   F   Servant    U     18    General Servant  Stafford Warslow    abt 1833

1861 census:

Civil parish: St Alkmund
County/Island: Derbyshire
Country: England
Address: 3 Darwin Terrace

Source information: RG9/2495
Registration district: Derby
Sub-registration district: St Alkmund
ED, institution, or vessel: 12
Folio: 7
Page: 13
Household schedule number: 64
GSU Number: 542979

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age        Occupation               Birthplace                                  EstBYear  Individual
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Daniel Ward            M    Head      Mar   45         Cattle Dealer            Handsworth, Woodhouse, Yorkshire, England   abt 1816  Daniel Ward <123>
Elizabeth Ward         F    Wife      Mar   45                                  Upper Hallam, Yorkshire, England            abt 1816  Elizabeth Elliott <124>
Clara Ward             F    Daughter        15         Scholar                  Handsworth, Woodhouse, Yorkshire, England   abt 1846  Clara Ward <<90>>
Bernard Ward           M    Son             13         Scholar                  Handsworth, Woodhouse, Yorkshire, England   abt 1848  Bernard Ward <<90>>
Arthur Ward            M    Son             10         Scholar                  Handsworth, Woodhouse, Yorkshire, England   abt 1851  Arthur Ward <90>

1871 census:

Civil Parish: St Peter
Ecclesiastical parish: Trinity
County/Island: Derbyshire
Country: England
Street Address: 7 Traffic St

Source information: RG10/3564
Registration district: Derby
Sub-registration district: St Peter
ED, institution, or vessel: 3
Folio: 52
Page: 2
Household schedule number: 8
GSU Number: 839767

Name                    MF   Relation  Marr  Age        Occupation                    Birthplace                    EstBYear  Individual
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Elizabeth Ward          F    Head      Widow 57                                       Yorkshire Sheffield           abt 1814  Elizabth ? <124>
Clard Ward              F    Daur      Unm   25                                       Warwickshire Handsworth       abt 1846  Clara Ward <<90>>
Bernard Ward            M    Son       Unm   23         Dealer                        Warwickshire Handsworth       abt 1848  Bernard Ward <<90>>
Cornelius Ickermershen  M    Boarder   Unm   28         Manager of a Cheese Factory   New York U.S. of America      abt 1843

Phoebe <91> and Arthur <90> in 1881 :
Household:
 Name            Relation  M.Status  Gender   Age  Birthplace             Occupation     Disability
 Arthur WARD     Head      M         Male     30   Woodhouse Sheffield    Cattle Dealer
 Pheobe WARD     Wife      M         Female   29   Derby
 Arthur WARD     Son                 Male     9    Derby                  Scholar
 Fanny WARD      Son                 Female   6    Derby                  Scholar
 Elizabeth WARD  Daur                Female   3    Derby
 Eliza BAKER     Neice               Female   10   Derby                  Scholar
Source Information:
  Dwelling  	65 Rivett St
  Census Place	Derby St Peter, Derby, England
  Family History Library Film  	1341811
  Public Records Office Reference  	RG11
  Piece / Folio  	3394 / 39
  Page Number  	25
There is no mention of any matching Phoebe Ward aged approx. 39
in the 1891 census, supporting a view that if John was born
after the 1881 census that Phoebe died before the 10 years was up.

The corresponding census entry for Arthur <90> in 1891 is:
  Civil parish: St Peters
  Municipal borough: Derby
  Municipal ward: Castle
  Urban sanitary district: Derby
  Parliamentary borough or division: Derby
  Eccliastical parish or district: St Peters
  Address: 52 Liddals Rd
  Household:
    Arthur Ward, Head, Wid, 39, Cattle Dealer,         Derby
    Arthur Ward, Son,  S,   20, General Laborer [sic], Derby
    Fanny Ward,  Daur, S,   16, General Servant,       Derby
    Tilly Ward,  Daur,  ,   11, Scholar,               Derby
    Jack Ward,   Son,   ,    6, Scholar,               Derby
It certainly matches the 1881 data closely enough, and is consistent
with Phoebe's <91> death in 1886.

Arthur's death (from FreeBMD) :
  Deaths Jun 1891
  Ward	 Arthur	 40	 Derby	 7b	406
It would have occurred when John was approximately 7 years old (maybe 6),
within a reasonable margin of error of what Hilda said of Arthur dying when
John <45> was 5.  It would also be after the 1891 census, and thus consistent with
that data.

1837online.com (22/05/2004) search for Arthur's <90> death:
Jun 1891  WAR/1    WARD, Arthur, 40, Derby, 7b/406 *
Sep 1891  WAR/1    --
Dec 1891  WAR/2/1  WARD, Arthur, 6, Thetford, 4b/245
                   WARD, Arthur, 1, Oxford, 3a/497
Mar 1892  WAR/2/1  (five Arthurs, all aged 0 or 1)
Jun 1892  WAR/1    (Three Arthurs aged 0 or 1)
                   WARD, Arthur Bayley, 26, Reigata(?), 2a/98
                   WARD, Arthur James, 29, W.Bromwich, 6b/478
Sep 1892  WAR/1    (Three aged 0)
Dec 1892  WAR/1    (None aged over 5)
Mar 1893  WAR/1    (Five aged 5 or less)
                   WARD, Arthur, 24, Portses, 2b/330 (350? - probably 330 tho)
                   WARD, Arthur, 14, Coventry, 6d/332
                   WARD, Arthur, 20, Alcester, 6d/431
                   WARD, Arthur, 31 (51?), Knaresbro', 9e(9a?)/83
Jun 1893  WAR/1    (Three, all aged 5 or less)
Sep 1893  WAR/2/1  (Six aged 0 or 1)
                   WARD, Arthur, 15 (16?), Stockport, 8a/53
Dec 1893  WAR/2/1  (Three aged 3 or less)
                   WARD, Arthur, 20, Leeds, 9b/374
                   WARD, Arthur, 31, Liverpool, 8b/47
                   WARD, Arthur, 40, Worksop, 7b/14
Mar 1894  WAR/2/1  (Three aged 3 or less)
                   WARD, Arthur, 59, Monmouth, 11a(?)/26
Jun 1894  WAR/1    (Five aged 4 or less)
                   WARD, Arthur, 41, Leicester, 7a/128
Sep 1894  WAR/1    (One aged 0, one aged 5)
                   WARD, Arthur, 10, Wandsworth, 1d/322(32_)
Dec 1894  WAR/1    (One aged 0, one aged 7)
                   WARD, Arthur Hope, 27, Fulham, 1e(1a?)/205(203?)
Mar 1895  WAR/1    --
Jun 1895  WAR/1    (Two aged 0, one aged 8)
                   WARD, Arthur, 53, Ipswich, 4a/510
                   WARD, Arthur Richard, 17, St. Saviour, 1d/14
Sep 1895  WAR/1    (Five aged 4 or less)
                   WARD, Arthur, 34, Wisbech, 3b/3[389]5
Dec 1895  WAR/2    (Four aged 0 or 1)
                   WARD, Arthur, 30, Blaby, 7a/18

---
This census data isn't certain to be _my_ Arthur and Phoebe, but by
1891 the Phoebe of the household is not listed (and Arthur listed as
a widower) matching what we know about Phoebe dying around 1886.

I phoned Hilda 29/05/2004 to try and confirm if this census data
is "my" Arthur and Phoebe, and she's confirmed that at least two
of the daughters of Arthur and Phoebe in the census, Elizabeth and
Fanny, were aunts of hers.  She also mentioned Elizabeth was called
Tilly, and in the 1891 census household where Elizabeth had seemed
to be missing, there was what looked at first like a 'Lilly'.
Looking at it again, I think it actually does say Tilly!  In that
1891 census, aged 6, is Jack Ward.  I think this was John!
(In the same way as grandpa was called Jack while having a birth
name of John, so I think his father was also.)  I'm sure now that
this census data is "them".

I found the death certificate reference for Phoebe in 1886.  Based
on the ages in the census I also traced a likely birth reference for
Phoebe, and found a likely death ref for Arthur in 1891.
I've got those certificates, and the information in both the
death certs definitely matches the census data, right down to the
addresses where they lived in Derby.  The birth cert for Phoebe I
can't conclusively tie to the census data yet, but matches closely
with the ages in the census and her age of death.  I'm as sure as
I reasonably can be (without any more information to go on) that
it's her.
---

Search for birth of Arthur Ward <90> on 1837online (21/11/2004)
Dec 1849  --
Mar 1850  --
Jun 1850  WARD, Arthur, Sheffield, XXII/[46]44 (probably 644)  *************************
          WARD, Arthur, Brighton, [XV]II/340
          WARD, Arthur, Hatfield, VI/[35]34
          WARD, Arthur Augustus, Basford, XV_(0,?)/478
          WARD, Arthur, _(1,2)a[nr]d, Islington, III/300
Sep 1850  --
Dec 1850  WARD, Arthur, Aston, XVI/189  (Aston in Warwickshire)
Mar 1851  WARD, Arthur, Loughbro, XV/16[89]
          WARD, Arthur, Grantham, XIV/428
          WARD, Arthur, B S[lt]or[lt]ford, (?)VI/557
          WARD, Arthur, Halstead, XII/128
          WARD, Arthur, Nantwich, XIX/178
          WARD, Arthur Edward, Chorlton, XX/166
          WARD, Arthur E(ol/d)intine, Croydon, IV/131
Jun 1851  --
Sep 1851  WARD, Arthur Fielding, Haslingden, XX[I_]/531
          WARD, Arthur Walter, Taunton(?), X/451
Dec 1851  WARD, Arthur, Atherstone, XVI/239
Mar 1852  --
Jun 1852  WARD, Arthur, Clerkenwell, 1b(?)/431
          WARD, Arthur, Halstead, 4a/276
          WARD, Arthur, Leighton B, 3b/384
          WARD, Arthur, Atherstone, 6d/308
          WARD, Arthur John, Sheffield, 9c/346  *************************
          WARD, Arthur William, 7b/230
Sep 1852  WARD, Arthur Bennett, _cclesall B, 9[ce]/191
          WARD, Arthur Edward, Lambeth, 1d (_maybe_ 4d, but unlikely) / 245
          WARD, Arthur Ernest, Steadington, 3a/481
          WARD, Arthur Henry, Coventry, 6d/350 (850?)
          WARD, Arthur John, Wolverhampton, 6b/323
Dec 1852  WARD, Arthur, Billesdon, 7a/28[56]
          WARD, Arthur, Liverpool, 8b/33_(0,1)
          WARD, Arthur, [LS]amford, 4a/489
          WARD, Arthur Edward, Exeter, 5b/109 (maybe 709)
          WARD, Arthur Richard, St Pancras, 1b/137 (maybe 7b)
Mar 1853  WARD, Arthur, Altringcham, 8a/183
          WARD, Arthur, Bradford Y, 9b/194
          WARD, Arthur, [C_]a[st]ford, 4a/401
          WARD, Arthur Richard, Chelsea, [17]a/127
Probably the 1852 entry, if either, as the 1881 census records him as age 30,
while the 1891 records him as age 39.


Parents Daniel <123> and Elizabeth <124> in 1841:

Civil parish: Sheffield
Hundred: Strafforth and Tickhill (South Division)
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England
Street address: Tapton

Source information: HO107/1334/2
Registration district: Ecclesall Bierlow
Sub-registration district: Nether Hallam
ED, institution, or vessel: 4
Folio: 64
Page: 10
Line number: 20
GSU Number: 464280

Name                  MF  Age     Occupation       Birthplace    EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Daniel Ward           M   20-24   Cattle Dealer    Y             abt 1819  Daniel Ward <123>
Elizabeth Ward        F   20-24                    Y             abt 1819  Elizabeth Elliott <124>
George Ward           M   1                        Y             abt 1840
Mary Hancock          F   15-19   F.S              Y             abt 1824

Bernard Ward in 1881:

Civil parish: Derby St Peter
County/Island: Derbyshire
Country: England
Street address: 7 Traffic St

Source information: RG12/3394
Registration district: Derby
Sub registration district: Derby
ED, institution, or vessel: 3
Folio: 53
Page: 3
GSU Number: 1341811

Name                    MF   Relation  Marr  Age        Occupation                    Birthplace                    EstBYear  Individual
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Bernard Ward            M    Head      Mar   33         Cattle Dealer                 Handsworth Yorks              abt 1848  Bernard Ward <<90>>
Fanny Ward              F    Wife      Mar   32                                       Alfreton Derbyshire           abt 1849  Frances ? <<90>>
Bernard Ward            M    Son       Unm    7                                       Derby                         abt 1874  Bernard Ward <<90>>
Walter Ward             M    Son       Unm    5                                       Marikay(?) Derbyshire         abt 1876  Walter Ward <<90>>
Adelaide Francis Ward   F    Daur      Unm    3                                       Derby                         abt 1878  Adelaide Ward <<90>>
Bertha Ward             F    Daur      Unm    5 months                                Derby                         abt 1880  Bertha Ward <<90>>

Bernard Ward in 1891:

Civil parish: St Alkmund
Ecclesiastical parish: St Paul
Town: Derby
County/Island: Derbyshire
Country: England
Street Address: 1 Darwin Ter

Source information: RG12/2736
Registration district: Derby
Sub registration district: Derby
ED, institution, or vessel: 64
Folio: 82
Page: 1
GSU Number: 6097846

Name                    MF   Relation  Marr  Age        Occupation                    Birthplace                       EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Bernard Ward            M    Head      M     43         Cattle Dealer                 Yorkshire Handsworth Woodhouse   abt 1848  Bernard Ward <<90>>
Fanny Ward              F    Wife      M     41                                       Derbyshire Alfreton              abt 1850  Frances ? <<90>>
Bernard Ward            M    Son       S     17         Cattle Dealer                 Derbyshire Derby                 abt 1874  Bernard Ward <<90>>
Walter Ward             M    Son       S     15         Scholar                       Derbyshire Marebay(?)            abt 1876  Walter Ward <<90>>
Adelaide F. Ward        F    Daur            13         Scholar                       Derbyshire Derby                 abt 1878  Adelaide Ward <<90>>
Bertha E. Ward          F    Daur            10         Scholar                       Derbyshire Derby                 abt 1881  Bertha Ward <<90>>
George Ward             M    Son              8         Scholar                       Derbyshire Derby                 abt 1883  George Ward <<90>>
Richard S. Ward         M    Son              5         Scholar                       Derbyshire Derby                 abt 1886  Richard Ward <<90>>
Clara Jr Ward           F    Daur             4                                       Derbyshire Derby                 abt 1887  Clara Ward <<90>>
Emma Reddish            F    Serv      S     29         General Servant               Derbyshire Alfreton

Bernard Ward in 1901:

Civil parish: Derby
Ecclesiastical parish: St Peter
County/Island: Derbyshire
Country: England
Street address: 26 La____ood St

Source information: RG13/3213
Registration district: Derby
Sub-registration district: Derby
ED, institution, or vessel: 5
Folio: 86
Page: 3
Household schedule number: 14

Name                    MF   Relation  Marr  Age        Occupation                    Birthplace                       EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Bernard Ward            M    Head      M     53         Cattle Dealer                 Handsworth Woodhouse Yorkshire   abt 1848  Bernard Ward <<90>>
Frances Ward            F    Wife      M     51                                       Alfreton Derbyshire              abt 1850  Frances ? <<90>>
Adelaide F Ward         F    Daur      S     23                                       Derby Derbyshire                 abt 1878  Adelaide Ward <<90>>
George Ward             M    Son       S     17         Articled Surveyor             Derby Derbyshire                 abt 1884  George Ward <<90>>
Dennis E. Ward          M    Son       S     6                                        Derby Derbyshire                 abt 1895  Dennis Ward <<90>>

Clara Ward in 1881:

Civil parish: Handsworth
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England
Street address: Main Street Woodhouse

Source information: RG12/4669
Registration district: Sheffield
Sub registration district: Handsworth
ED, institution, or vessel: 3
Folio: 76
Page: 34
GSU Number: 1342129

Name                    MF   Relation            Marr  Age        Occupation                    Birthplace                    EstBYear  Individual
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
James Brookes           M    Head                Mar   41         Draper Grocer empl 2 men + 1 apprentice
                                                                                                Yorkshire Great Houghton      abt 1840
Clara Brookes           F    Wife                Mar   35                                       Yorkshire Handsworth          abt 1846  Clara Ward <<90>>
George Brookes          M    Son                        2                                       Yorkshire Handsworth          abt 1879
Elizabeth Ward          F    Mother in law       Widr  66                                       Yorkshire Upper Hallam        abt 1815  Elizabeth Elliott <124>
John William Pearson    M    Apprentice                16         Draper + Grocer               Yorkshire Great Houghton      abt 1865

Clara Ward in 1891:

Civil parish: Handsworth
Ecclesiastical parish: Woodhouse
Town: Woodhouse
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England
Street address: Markst(?) St

Source information: RG12/3843
Registration district: Sheffield
Sub registration district: Handsworth
ED, institution, or vessel: 5
Folio: 4
Page: 3
GSU Number: 6098953

Name                    MF   Relation            Marr  Age        Occupation                    Birthplace                    EstBYear  Individual
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
James Brooke            M    Head                M     51         Grocer + Draper               Yorks Great Houghton          abt 1840
Clara Brooke            F    Wife                M     45                                       Yorks Woodhouse               abt 1846  Clara Ward <<90>>
George Brooke           M    Son                 S     12         Scholar                       Yorks Woodhouse               abt 1879
Clara Hilda Brooke      F    Daur                S      8         Scholar                       Yorks Woodhouse               abt 1883
Sidney Brooke           F    Son                 S      5         Scholar                       Yorks Woodhouse               abt 1886
Elizabeth Ward          F    Mother in law       Wid   77                                       Yorks Sheffield               abt 1814  Elizabeth Elliott <124>
Bessie Ward             F    Visitor             S     12                                       Derby Derby                   abt 1879
Charles Goodwin         M    Apprentice          S     14         Grocer's Apprentice           Yorks Woodhouse Mill          abt 1877

Clara Ward in 1901:

Civil parish: Leicester formerly St Mary
Ecclesiastical parish: The Martyrs
County/Island: Leicestershire
Country: England
Street address: 62 Marlborough Road

Source information: RG13/3007
Registration district: Leicester
Sub-registration district: South Leicester
ED, institution, or vessel: 46
Folio: 48
Page: 11
Household schedule number: 69

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age        Occupation               Birthplace            EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
James Brooke           M    Head      M     62         Porter Hotel             Yorks Houghton        abt 1839
Clara Brooke           F    Wife      M     55                                  Yorks Woodhouse       abt 1846  Clara Ward <<90>>
George Brooke          M    Son       S     22         Confectioner             Yorks Woodhouse       abt 1879
Clara H Brooke         F    Daur      S     18         Engineers Clerk          Yorks Woodhouse       abt 1883
Sidney Brooke          M    Son       S     15         Accountants Clerk        Yorks Woodhouse       abt 1886

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <91>
Status:   D
Name:     \Phoebe Fox\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -4
Position: 00001
Born:     09/07/1851, 7 Drury Lane, Derby [cert]
          c1852, Derby [1881C]
Married:  Probably c1870 [1881C]
Died:     30/03/1886, 52 Siddals Road, Derby [cert]
          2 years after birth of son John <45>, c1886, district of Derby  [Hilda, freebmd]
Partner:  <90>
Child:    <45>
Father:   <102>
Mother:   <103>
Sibling:  Matilda Cooper (Fox) <92> and other half-siblings
          \Harriett Fox:c1839\
            In 1851: Aged 12 in 1851, so born c1839, Muggington, Derby, Derbyshire; Living at 7 Drury Lane, St Werburgh, Derby [1851C]
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
          \George Fox:c1843\
            In 1851: Aged 8 in 1851, so born c1843, St Werburgh, Derbyshire; Living at 7 Drury Lane, St Werburgh, Derby [1851C]
          \John Fox:c1847\
            In 1851: Aged 4 in 1851, so born c1847, St Werburgh, Derbyshire; Living at 7 Drury Lane, St Werburgh, Derby [1851C]
            In 1861: Aged 14 in 1861, so born c1847, Derby, Derbyshire; Errand Boy; Living at 7 Drury Lane, St Werburgh, Derby [1861C]
          \Hannah Fox:1848\
            Born 28/11/1848, Derby, Derbyshire [IGI]
            In 1851: Aged 2 in 1851 (born c1849, St Werburgh, Derbyshire); Living at 7 Drury Lane, St Werburgh, Derby [1851C]
            In 1861: Aged 12 in 1861, so born c1849, Derby, Derbyshire; Scholar; Living at 7 Drury Lane, St Werburgh, Derby [1861C]
            In 1881: Aged 33 in 1881 (born c1848, Derbyshire); Married to Herbert Pipes; Living at 79 Watson St, Derby St Alkmund, Derby, England [1881C]
            Married \Herbert Pipes:c1844\ (born c1844, Derbyshire) a 'Pattern Maker (Iron)' [1881C]
            Children:
              \John G Pipes:c1871\
                In 1881: Aged 10 in 1881 (born c1871, Derbyshire); Living at 79 Watson St, Derby St Alkmund, Derby, England [1881C]
              \Harry Pipes:c1873\
                In 1881: Aged 8 in 1881 (born c1873, Derbyshire); Living at 79 Watson St, Derby St Alkmund, Derby, England [1881C]
              \Joseph Pipes:c1874\
                In 1881: Aged 7 in 1881 (born c1874, Derbyshire); Living at 79 Watson St, Derby St Alkmund, Derby, England [1881C]
              \Herbert Pipes:c1876\
                In 1881: Aged 5 in 1881 (born c1876, Derbyshire); Living at 79 Watson St, Derby St Alkmund, Derby, England [1881C]
              \Arthur Pipes:c1877\
                In 1881: Aged 4 in 1881 (born c1877, Derbyshire); Living at 79 Watson St, Derby St Alkmund, Derby, England [1881C]
              \Eliza Pipes:c1878\
                In 1881: Aged 3 in 1881 (born c1878, Derbyshire); Living at 79 Watson St, Derby St Alkmund, Derby, England [1881C]
              \James Pipes:c1880\
                In 1881: Aged 1 in 1881 (born c1880, Derbyshire); Living at 79 Watson St, Derby St Alkmund, Derby, England [1881C]
Notes:

Named on birth cert of son Walter <<45>> on 05/03/1875 as living at 13 Waterloo Street, Derby.
Named on birth cert of son John <45> on 01/01/1884 as living at 7 Traffic Street, Derby.
Named on birth cert of daughter Elizabeth <<45>> on 15/01/1878; Arthur <90> (and presumably Phoebe <91>) was living at 7 Traffic Street, Derby.

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Sep 1851
  Name:    Phoebe Fox <91>
  District: Derby
  Vol/Page: XIX/592 (590?)
  Researched: 12/04/2004, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 23/05/2004.  Arrived 28/05/2004.

GRO death index:
  Quarter: Mar 1886
  Name:    Phoebe Ward (Fox) <91>
  Age/DOB: 34
  District: Derby
  Vol/Page: 7b/389
  Researched: 12/04/2004, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 22/05/2004.  Arrived 28/05/2004.

  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Derby
  1851 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Saint Peter in the County of Derby
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  383  Ninth July 1851                Phoebe       Girl   John Fox           Eliza Fox         Labourer             X The mark of        Thirty first        James Jay
       7 Drury Lane                                                          formerly                               Eliza Fox            July 1851           Registrar
                                                                             Cooper                                 Mother
                                                                                                                    7 Drury Lane
                                                                                                                    Derby
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Derby
  1886 DEATH in the Sub-district of Derby in the County of Derby
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex     Age     Occupation             Cause of death              Informant              When reg.           Registrar
  256  Thirtieth March 1886           Phoebe Ward  Female  34      Wife of Arthur Ward    Contracted granular(?)      Arthur Ward            Thirty first        Caleb(?) Birt
       52 Siddals Road                                     years   a Cattle Dealer        kidney uremia(?)            Widower of deceased    March 1886          Cuppleditch(?)
                                                                                          Certified by                present at death                           Registrar
                                                                                          W.B Suthall MB              52 Siddals Road  Derby
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

--
According to Auntie Hilda <<7>>:
  John <45> was born in Derby
  Lived near Derby station?
  Mother Phoebe Fox <91> (died when he was 2)
  Father Arthur <90> (died when he was 5)
    Went to derby - something to do with pigs - went to Ireland, mugged on the way home
  Phoebe and Arthur(?) wrote a book on Woodhouse
  Brought to Beighton to be brought up by his Aunt Eleanor Ward
  Eleanor's husband was an Undertaker in Beighton
  Had an uncle (brother?) - Bernard Ward?  He married a Russian?
  (See Arthur Ward <90> for more from Hilda on Arthur's siblings)
--

Phoebe's <91> death (from FreeBMD) :
  Deaths Mar 1886
  WARD	 Phoebe	 34	 Derby	 7b	389
It is consistent with her dying when John <45> was 2 years old.


1851 census:

Parish:         Saint Werburgh
Eccl district:  Lichfield
Borough:        Derby
Address:        7 Drury Lane

County/Island: Derbyshire
Source information: HO107/2143
Registration district: Derby
Sub-registration district: St Peter
ED, institution, or vessel: 3d
Folio: 595
Page: 38 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 121
GSU Number: 87773-87774

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age      Occupation   Birthplace                        EstBYear  Individual
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Fox               M    Head      Mar   53       Labourer     Derbyshire Radbourne              abt 1798  John Fox <102>
Eliza Fox              F    Wife      Mar   41                    Derbyshire Muggington             abt 1810  Eliza Cooper <103>
Matilda Fox            F    Daur      U     14                    Derbyshire Muggington             abt 1837
Harriett Fox           F    Daur      U     12                    Derbyshire Muggington             abt 1839
George Fox             M    Son       U      8                    Derby St Werburgh                 abt 1843
John Fox               M    Son       U      4                    Derby St Werburgh                 abt 1847
Hannah Fox             F    Daur      U      2 (3?)               Derby St Werburgh                 abt 1849

Note that at the time of the 1851 census in April 1851, Phoebe <91> was not born yet, and would not be born until July 1851.
Note, however, the address: 7 Drury Lane, the same as where Phoebe was born and the residence of Eliza in July 1851 at the time of the birth.
The census also records many of what would appear to be Phoebe's siblings.

1861 census:

Parish:         St Werburgh
Munipal Borough:  Derby
Munipal Ward:   Weckett (???)
Parliamentary Borough:  Derby
Town:           Derby
Address:        7 Drury Lane

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age      Occupation         Birthplace                        EstBYear  Individual
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Fox               M    Head      Mar   65       Lobbing Labourer   Derbysh Radbourne                 abt 1796  John Fox <102>
Eliza Fox              F    Wife      Mar   49                          Derbysh Muggington                abt 1812  Eliza Cooper <103>
Matilda Fox            F    Daur      Un    24       Silk Hand          Derbysh Muggington                abt 1837
John Fox               M    Son             14       Errand Boy         Derbysh Derby                     abt 1847
Hannah Fox             F    Daur            12       Scholar            Derbysh Derby                     abt 1849
Phoebe Fox             F    Daur             9       Scholar            Derbysh Derby                     abt 1852  Phoebe Fox <91>


1871 census:

Civil Parish: Moss Side
Ecclesiastical parish: St Margarets
Town: Lancaster
County/Island: Lancashire
Country: England
Address: Meadow St

Source information: RG10/4007
Registration district: Chorlton
Sub-registration district: Hulme
ED, institution, or vessel: 73
Folio: 92
Page: 26
Household schedule number: 138
GSU Number: 846104

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age        Occupation               Birthplace                                  EstBYear  Individual
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Job Vickers            M    Head      Mar   27         Wholesale Tea Dealer     Pendleton, Lancashire, England              abt 1844
Isabella Vickers       F    Wife      Mar   29                                  Hulme, Lancashire, England                  abt 1842
Charles H Vickers      M    Son             23 months                           Chorlton on Medlock, Lancashire, England    abt 1869
Edmund Vickers         M    Son             1 month                             Moss Side, Lancashire, England              abt 1871
Phoebe Fox             F    Servant         15         Servant                  Derbyshire, England                         abt 1856  Phoebe Fox <91>

Like her mother Eliza <103> and sister Matilda <92>, after the death of father John Fox <102>, Phoebe seems to have entered domestic service.
Within 10 years, by 1881, Phoebe married Arthur Ward and went to live with him.


Phoebe <91> and Arthur <90> in 1881 :
Household:
 Name            Relation  M.Status  Gender   Age  Birthplace             Occupation     Disability
 Arthur WARD     Head      M         Male     30   Woodhouse Sheffield    Cattle Dealer
 Pheobe WARD     Wife      M         Female   29   Derby
 Arthur WARD     Son                 Male     9    Derby                  Scholar
 Fanny WARD      Son                 Female   6    Derby                  Scholar
 Elizabeth WARD  Daur                Female   3    Derby
 Eliza BAKER     Neice               Female   10   Derby                  Scholar
Source Information:
  Dwelling  	65 Rivett St
  Census Place	Derby St Peter, Derby, England
  Family History Library Film  	1341811
  Public Records Office Reference  	RG11
  Piece / Folio  	3394 / 39
  Page Number  	25
There is no mention of any matching Phoebe Ward aged approx. 39
in the 1891 census, supporting a view that if John was born
after the 1881 census that Phoebe died before the 10 years was up.

The corresponding census entry for Arthur <90> in 1891 is:
  Civil parish: St Peters
  Municipal borough: Derby
  Municipal ward: Castle
  Urban sanitary district: Derby
  Parliamentary borough or division: Derby
  Eccliastical parish or district: St Peters
  Address: 52 Liddals Rd
  Household:
    Arthur Ward, Head, Wid, 39, Cattle Dealer,         Derby
    Arthur Ward, Son,  S,   20, General Laborer [sic], Derby
    Fanny Ward,  Daur, S,   16, General Servant,       Derby
    Tilly Ward,  Daur,  ,   11, Scholar,               Derby
    Jack Ward,   Son,   ,    6, Scholar,               Derby
It certainly matches the 1881 data closely enough, and is consistent
with Phoebe's <91> death in 1886.

---
This census data isn't certain to be _my_ Arthur and Phoebe, but by
1891 the Phoebe of the household is not listed (and Arthur listed as
a widower) matching what we know about Phoebe dying around 1886.

I phoned Hilda 29/05/2004 to try and confirm if this census data
is "my" Arthur and Phoebe, and she's confirmed that at least two
of the daughters of Arthur and Phoebe in the census, Elizabeth and
Fanny, were aunts of hers.  She also mentioned Elizabeth was called
Tilly, and in the 1891 census household where Elizabeth had seemed
to be missing, there was what looked at first like a 'Lilly'.
Looking at it again, I think it actually does say Tilly!  In that
1891 census, aged 6, is Jack Ward.  I think this was John!
(In the same way as grandpa was called Jack while having a birth
name of John, so I think his father was also.)  I'm sure now that
this census data is "them".

I found the death certificate reference for Phoebe in 1886.  Based
on the ages in the census I also traced a likely birth reference for
Phoebe, and found a likely death ref for Arthur in 1891.
I've got those certificates, and the information in both the
death certs definitely matches the census data, right down to the
addresses where they lived in Derby.  The birth cert for Phoebe I
can't conclusively tie to the census data yet, but matches closely
with the ages in the census and her age of death.  I'm as sure as
I reasonably can be (without any more information to go on) that
it's her.
---

Search for death of Phoebe Fox on 1837online (12/04/2004) :
  Mar 1885  WAR/2/1  --
  Jun 1885  WAR/1/2  --
  Sep 1885  WAR/2    WARD, Phoebe, 38, Bristol, 6a/6
                     WARD, Phoebe, 0, Lincoln, 7a/293
  Dec 1885  WAR/2    --
  Mar 1886  WAR/2    WARD, Phoebe, 34, Derby, 7b/389 ************
  Jun 1886  WAR/2    WARD, Phoebe, 85, Belper, 7b/332 (had to drop firewall to see image)
                     WARD, Phoebe, 66, Rotherham, 9c/353
  Sep 1886  WAR/1    WARD, Phoebe, 67, Nottingham, 7b/173
                     WARD, Phoebe Ellen, 0, Wolverhampton, 6b/317
  Dec 1886  WAR/2    --
  Mar 1887  WAR/1    --
  Jun 1887  WAR/2/1  --
  Sep 1887  WAR/2    --
  Dec 1887  WAR/2    WARD, Phoebe, 27, Lincoln, 7a/318
This confirms the death reference for a Phoebe Ward in the Derby district in 1886 that
FreeBMD gave.  It also places only _that_ Phoebe death in the district of Derby
in that period, making it likely to be the death of the Phoebe in the Derby census.
It remains a possibility it may not be, but a small possibility.

I am happy enough that this 1881 data, 1891 data and the Phoebe death in 1886
cross-check with one another, they all likely apply to the same person/people.
But is it _MY_ Phoebe and Arthur, or just a random Arthur Ward who married a
random Phoebe?  To prove a connection to the family tree, I need to prove this
is Phoebe Fox.  For that I need a birth/christening, or a marriage to Arthur Ward
that gives an age at marriage consistent with the censuses and Phoebe death -
preferably both.

To that end:

Search for birth of Phoebe Fox on 1837online (12/04/2004) :
  (handwritten)
  Mar 1851  FOX/2/3    --
  Jun 1851  FOX/2/3    --
  Sep 1851  FOX/2/3    FOX, Phabe, Derby, XIX/[56]90 (probably 590) **********
  Dec 1851  FOX/2/3    FOX, Phebe Harriet, St Asaph (?), XXVII/213
  Mar 1852  FOX/2/3    --
  Jun 1852  FOX/2/2&3  --
  Sep 1852  FOX/2/3    --
  Dec 1852  FOX/2/3    FOX, Phoebe, Dorchester (Porchester?), 5a/349
  Mar 1853  FOX/2/3    --
  Jun 1853  FOX/2/3    --
  Sep 1853  FOX/2/3    --
  (printed)
  Dec 1853  FOX/1&2    --

Is this Phabe Fox born in Derby in Sep 1851 our Phoebe?

Search for marriage of Phoebe Fox on 1837online (12/04/2004) :
  (handwritten)
  Mar 1865  FOX/2    FOX, Phebe, Mutford (Nutford?), 4a/973
            WAR/2/1  WARD, Arthur, Bermondsey, 1d/77
  Jun 1865  FOX/2    --
  Sep 1865  FOX/2/2  --
  Dec 1865  FOX/2/2  --
  (printed)
  Mar 1866  FOX/1    --
  Jun 1866  FOX/1    --
  Sep 1866  FOX/1    --
  Dec 1866  FOX/2    --
  Mar 1867  FOX/1    --
  Jun 1867  FOX/1    --
  Sep 1867  FOX/1    --
  Dec 1867  FOX/1    ?????????? (Image available, but it's awful. Perfectly readable, just badly printed with letters everywhere...)
                     UPDATE: Better (handwritten) image seen: no Phoebe present.
  Mar 1868  FOX/1    --
  Jun 1868  FOX/1    --
  Sep 1868  FOX/1    --
  Dec 1868  FOX/1    --
  Mar 1869  FOX/1    --
  Jun 1869  FOX/2    --
  Sep 1869  FOX/1    FOX, Phoebe, Derby, 7b/605
            WAR/1    WARD, Arthur, Leicester, 7a/216
  Dec 1869  FOX/1    FOX, Phoebe, Hull, 9d/397
            WAR/1    --
  Mar 1870  FOX/1    --
  Jun 1870  FOX/2    --
  Sep 1870  FOX/1    --
  Dec 1870  FOX/1    --
  Mar 1871  FOX/1    --
  Jun 1871  FOX/1    --
  Sep 1871  FOX/1    --
  Dec 1871  FOX/1    --
  Mar 1872  FOX/2    --
  Jun 1872  FOX/1    --
  Sep 1872  FOX/1    FOX, Ph__be, Hull, 9d/362  (had to drop firewall to see image)
            WAR/1    WARD, Arthur, Oldham, 8d/1070
                     WARD, Arthur, Basford, 7b/207
  Dec 1872  FOX/1    --
  Mar 1873  FOX/1    -- (had to drop firewall to see image)
  Jun 1873  FOX/2    --
  Sep 1873  FOX/1    --
  Dec 1873  FOX/1    --
  Mar 1874  FOX/2    --
  Jun 1874  FOX/1    --
  Sep 1874  FOX/1    --
  Dec 1874  FOX/1    --
  Mar 1875  FOX/1    --
  Jun 1875  FOX/1    --
  Sep 1875  FOX/1    --
  Dec 1875  FOX/2    FOX, Phoeba, Weymouth, 5a/677
            WAR/1    WARD, Arthur, Pwilheti(??), 11b/795
                     WARD, Arthur, Maldon, 4a/453
                     WARD, Arthur Cornwall, Kensington, 1a/39
                     WARD, Arthur Edward, St. Thomas, 5b/81

In other words, no luck yet on the marriage.

21/11/2004
Phoebe FOX mariage in Derby, Sep 1869 (vol 7B, page 605) (found on FreeBMD)
No Arthur WARD marriage in same qtr/year according to FreeBMD (she may have married William COLLEDGE or Henry Walton Baker)
Checked for Arthur WARD marriage in same qtr/year on 1837online to be sure.
The only Arthur Ward in that qtr/year was married in Leicester, with different volume and page (7a/216).
So Phoebe did not - we presume - marry Arthur then.  Did she marry someone else?
Is this the same Phoebe?


Possible IGI entry for Hannah Fox <<91>> :
IGI Individual Record FamilySearch International Genealogical Index v5.0
  British Isles
Hannah Fox
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:  28 NOV 1848   Derby, Derby, England
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  John Fox
  Mother:  Eliza Cooper
Messages:
 Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church. No additional information is available. Ancestral File may list the same family and the submitter.
Source Information:
   No source information is available.


1881 census information on mother Eliza <103> and sister Hannah <<91>>:

Household:
 Name               Relation        M.Status  Gender   Age  Birthplace                   Occupation            Disability
 Herbert PIPES      Head            M         Male     37   Derby, Derby, England        Pattern Maker (Iron)
 Hannah PIPES       Wife            M         Female   33   Derby, Derby, England
 John G. PIPES      Son                       Male     10   Derby, Derby, England        Scholar
 Harry PIPES        Son                       Male     8    Derby, Derby, England        Scholar
 Joseph PIPES       Son                       Male     7    Derby, Derby, England        Scholar
 Herbert PIPES      Son                       Male     5    Derby, Derby, England        Scholar
 Arthur PIPES       Son                       Male     4    Derby, Derby, England        Scholar
 Eliza PIPES        Daur                      Female   3    Derby, Derby, England        Scholar
 James PIPES        Son                       Male     1    Derby, Derby, England
 Eliza FOX          Mother In Law   W         Female   70   Muggington, Derby, England
Source Information:
  Dwelling    79 Watson St
  Census Place  Derby St Alkmund, Derby, England
  Family History Library Film    1341815
  Public Records Office Reference    RG11
  Piece / Folio    3406 / 54
  Page Number    27

Hannah Pipes here is very likely daughter Hannah Fox <<91>>, aged 2 or 3 in 1851.
Evidently Hannah married Herbert Pipes.

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <92>
Status:   D
Name:     \Matilda Cooper\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -4
Position: 00001#
Born:     c1835-c1837, Muggington, Derby, Derbyshire
          c1835 according to death certificate and IGI christening [IGI] [death cert]
          c1837 according to 1851, 1861 and 1871 censuses [1851C] [1861C] [1871C]
Married:  ???
Died:     11/05/1872, Exchange, Nottinghamshire
Partner:  ???
Child:    ???
Father:   Possibly <102>
Mother:   <103>
Sibling:  \John Radford Cooper:c1830\
          \Cyrus Cooper:c1834\
          Phoebe Fox <91> and other half-siblings
Notes:

Researching Matilda has been something of a mystery, and at one point it was not
clear if she was one Matilda Cooper/Fox (born c1835-c1837) or two Matilda's
(one Matilda Cooper born c1835, the other Matilda Fox born c1837).
The Matilda Fox's recorded in the 1851, 1861 and 1871 censuses all undoubtedly
refer to the same Matilda Fox, and give a period of birth of c1837.
The death certificate of 1872, stating the informant as John Bayley,
almost certainly refers to the same John Bailey that the 1871 census listed as
Matilda's employer.  The other details - place and approximate time period,
are also too coincidental to not be connected.  The death certificate is there
that of the same Matilda Fox that the censuses list, though the age implies a
date of birth closer to c1835.  The last piece of the puzzle is the IGI entry of
Matilda Cooper's christening, in 1835.  The name, mother and place link the
entry to Matilda Fox, despite the mismatching surname.  The answer lies in that she
was born out of wedlock (considering Eliza Cooper <103> and John Fox <102> did not marry
until 1854).  While it is not clear whether Matilda is the daughter of John Fox,
it _is_ clear that he took her under his wing as she had taken the surname Fox
by 1851.

Is is unclear what became of other illegitimate children of Eliza <103>,
John Radford Cooper (c1830) and Cyrus Cooper (c1834).  Again, we don't know who
their fathers were.  If they were John's children, no other record has been found
of them.  It is possible that they died young, or that they were given up to an
orphanage, we simply don't know.


Christening of Matilda Cooper (Fox) <92> :

IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0
  British Isles
MATILDA COOPER
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  04 OCT 1835   Mugginton, Derby, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Mother:  ELIZA COOPER  Family
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record.
 The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C055611  1813 - 1869  0498107   Film  6905255   Film
 Sheet: 00

Note that she is born out of wedlock and christened with the surname of her mother Eliza Cooper <103>
It appears that in the 1851 census and later she takes the name Fox.
If she is not the daughter of John Fox <102> (and we can't prove that she is) then he seemingly took her
under his wing.

1851 census:

Parish:         Saint Werburgh
Eccl district:  Lichfield
Borough:        Derby
Address:        7 Drury Lane

County/Island: Derbyshire
Source information: HO107/2143
Registration district: Derby
Sub-registration district: St Peter
ED, institution, or vessel: 3d
Folio: 595
Page: 38 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 121
GSU Number: 87773-87774

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age      Occupation   Birthplace                        EstBYear  Individual
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Fox               M    Head      Mar   53       Labourer     Derbyshire Radbourne              abt 1798  John Fox <102>
Eliza Fox              F    Wife      Mar   41                    Derbyshire Muggington             abt 1810  Eliza Cooper <103>
Matilda Fox            F    Daur      U     14                    Derbyshire Muggington             abt 1837
Harriett Fox           F    Daur      U     12                    Derbyshire Muggington             abt 1839
George Fox             M    Son       U      8                    Derby St Werburgh                 abt 1843
John Fox               M    Son       U      4                    Derby St Werburgh                 abt 1847
Hannah Fox             F    Daur      U      2 (3?)               Derby St Werburgh                 abt 1849

Note that at the time of the 1851 census in April 1851, Phoebe <91> was not born yet, and would not be born until July 1851.
Note, however, the address: 7 Drury Lane, the same as where Phoebe was born and the residence of Eliza in July 1851 at the time of the birth.
The census also records many of what would appear to be Phoebe's siblings.

1861 census:

Parish:         St Werburgh
Munipal Borough:  Derby
Munipal Ward:   Weckett (???)
Parliamentary Borough:  Derby
Town:           Derby
Address:        7 Drury Lane

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age      Occupation         Birthplace                        EstBYear  Individual
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Fox               M    Head      Mar   65       Lobbing Labourer   Derbysh Radbourne                 abt 1796  John Fox <102>
Eliza Fox              F    Wife      Mar   49                          Derbysh Muggington                abt 1812  Eliza Cooper <103>
Matilda Fox            F    Daur      Un    24       Silk Hand          Derbysh Muggington                abt 1837
John Fox               M    Son             14       Errand Boy         Derbysh Derby                     abt 1847
Hannah Fox             F    Daur            12       Scholar            Derbysh Derby                     abt 1849
Phoebe Fox             F    Daur             9       Scholar            Derbysh Derby                     abt 1852  Phoebe Fox <91>

1871 census information on Matilda <<91>> :

Civil Parish: St Peter
Town: Nottingham
County/Island: Nottinghamshire
Country: England
Address: 6 Byard Lane, Bridlesmith Gate

Source information: RG10/3523
Registration district: Nottingham
Sub-registration district: Exchange
ED, institution, or vessel: 2
Folio: 21
Page: 11
Household schedule number: 71
GSU Number: 839751

Name                   MF   Relation      Marr  Age   Occupation               Birthplace            EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Bailey            M    Head          Unm   37    Glass & China Dealer     Lincoln S; Kilby      abt 1834
Matilda Fox            F    House Keeper  Unm   33    House Keeper             Derbyshire            abt 1838  Matilda Fox <<91>>
Sarah A Columbell      F    Boarder       Unm   20    Tailoress                Derbyshire            abt 1851

Like her mother Eliza <103> and sister Phoebe <91>, after the death of father John Fox <102>, Matilda seems to have entered domestic service.


Death certificate of Matilda Fox <92> :
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Nottingham
  1872 DEATH in the Sub-district of Exchange in the County of the Town of Nottingham
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex     Age     Occupation             Cause of death              Informant              When reg.           Registrar
  362  Eleventh May 1872              Matilda      female  37      Domestic Servant       Disease of Heart  2 years   X The mark of          Fourteenth          William Marriot
       6 Dining(?) Hall Street        Fox                  years                          Bronchitis  4 weeks         John Bayley            May 1872            Registrar
                                                                                          Certified                   present at the death
                                                                                                                      6 Dining(?) Hall Street
                                                                                                                      Nottingham
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Note how the death occurs only a year after the 1871 census.  It occurs in the same registration district
as the census for Matilda, and the informant is one John Bayley, very likely to be the same John Bailey
who was Matilda's employee in 1871.


IGI records for what appear to be at least half-sisters of Phoebe <91> and Matilda <92> by Eliza Cooper <103> :

IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0
  British Isles
JOHN RADFORD COOPER
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  31 JAN 1830   Mugginton, Derby, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Mother:  ELIZA COOPER  Family
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record.
 The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C055611  1813 - 1869  0498107   Film  6905255   Film
 Sheet: 00

IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0
  British Isles
CYRUS COOPER
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  08 JUN 1834   Mugginton, Derby, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Mother:  ELIZA COOPER  Family
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record.
 The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C055611  1813 - 1869  0498107   Film  6905255   Film
 Sheet: 00

What became of John Radford Cooper and Cyrus Cooper we don't know.

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <93>
Status:   D
Name:     \John Wilson\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -6
Position: 0110010
Born:     ???
Married:  1820, Saint Peter, Leeds, Yorkshire  [IGI]  (Unconfirmed)
Died:     ???
Partner:  <94>
Child:    <55>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

IGI christening of Hannah <55> :

HANNAH WILSON
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  31 DEC 1820   Hunslet, Yorkshire, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  JOHN WILSON
  Mother:  SUSANNA
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C009612  1813 - 1837  0918397   Film  6909754   Film
 Sheet: 00
Item 1 Bishop's transcripts, 1813-1843  Church of England. Chapelry of Hunslet (Yorkshire)
Item 2 Bishop's transcripts, 1829-1854  Church of England. Chapelry of Kirkstall (Yorkshire)

Is this John and Susanna's marriage?

JOHN WILSON
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse:  SUSANNA BRIGGS
  Marriage:  06 JAN 1820   Saint Peter, Leeds, Yorkshire, England
Messages:
 Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 M071932  1820 - 1825  0918382   Film  6900089   Film
 M071932  1820 - 1825  0918382   Film  NONE
 M071932  1820 - 1825  0918383   Film  NONE
 Sheet: 00
0918382 - Bishop's transcripts, 1631-1837  Church of England. St. Peter's Church (Leeds, Yorkshire)
0918383 - Bishop's transcripts, 1631-1837  Church of England. St. Peter's Church (Leeds, Yorkshire)

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <94>
Status:   D
Name:     \Susanna ?\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -6
Position: 0110011
Born:     ???
Married:  1820, Saint Peter, Leeds, Yorkshire  [IGI]  (Unconfirmed)
Died:     ???
Partner:  <93>
Child:    <55>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

IGI christening of Hannah <55> :

HANNAH WILSON
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  31 DEC 1820   Hunslet, Yorkshire, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  JOHN WILSON
  Mother:  SUSANNA
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C009612  1813 - 1837  0918397   Film  6909754   Film
 Sheet: 00
Item 1 Bishop's transcripts, 1813-1843  Church of England. Chapelry of Hunslet (Yorkshire)
Item 2 Bishop's transcripts, 1829-1854  Church of England. Chapelry of Kirkstall (Yorkshire)

Is this John and Susanna's marriage?

JOHN WILSON
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse:  SUSANNA BRIGGS
  Marriage:  06 JAN 1820   Saint Peter, Leeds, Yorkshire, England
Messages:
 Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 M071932  1820 - 1825  0918382   Film  6900089   Film
 M071932  1820 - 1825  0918382   Film  NONE
 M071932  1820 - 1825  0918383   Film  NONE
 Sheet: 00
0918382 - Bishop's transcripts, 1631-1837  Church of England. St. Peter's Church (Leeds, Yorkshire)
0918383 - Bishop's transcripts, 1631-1837  Church of England. St. Peter's Church (Leeds, Yorkshire)

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <95>
Status:   D
Name:     \Thomas Michell\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -6
Position: 0101000
Born:     31/05/1772, Cornwall  [Greville]
Married:  ???
Died:     12/12/1845  [Greville]
Partner:  ???
Child:    <88>
Father:   <117>
Mother:   <118>
Sibling:  \John Michell:1769:1845\, born December 1769; died 02/12/1845  [grev]
          \Stephen Michell:1775:1784\, born 01/11/1775; died 23/06/1784  [grev]
          \Theophilus Michell:1778:1780\, born 13/07/1778; died 08/10/1780  [grev]
          \Theophilus Michell:1782:1854\, born 23/02/1782; died 13/07/1854  [grev]
            Married \Jane ____:c1783:1870\
              Jane born c1783; died 16/09/1870
Notes:

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <96>
Status:   D
Name:     \Henry Love\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -5
Position: 010110
Born:     c1818, Penzance, Cornwall  [Greville]
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <97>
Child:    <87>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

1881 census:
 Name             Relation  M.Status  Gender  Age  Birthplace                   Occupation
 Henry LOVE       Head      M         Male    63   Penzance, Cornwall, England  Retired Master Mariner Lodging House Keeper
 Amelia LOVE      Wife      M         Female  53   Calstock, Cornwall, England
 William J. LOVE  Son       U         Male    20   Penzance, Cornwall, England  Civil Engineer Apprentice
 Mary KING        Lodger    W         Female  67   Gulval, Cornwall, England    Annuitant
Source Information:
 Dwelling    18 Cornwall Terrace
 Census Place  Madron - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 Family History Library Film    1341564
 Public Records Office Reference    RG11
 Piece / Folio    2347 / 15
 Page Number    23

www.familyhistoryonline.net - Cornwall 1881 Census (03/05/2004) :
  1. Name Henry LOVE Relationship Head Condition M Gender M Age 63 Occupation Retired Master Mariner Lodging House Keeper Birthplace Penzance, Cornwall, England Address 18 Cornwall Terrace, Madron - Penzance, Cornwall, England PRO ref RG11/2347 Folio 15 Page 23 FHL film no. 1341564
  2. Name Amelia LOVE Relationship Wife Condition M Gender F Age 53 Occupation – Birthplace Calstock, Cornwall, England Address 18 Cornwall Terrace, Madron - Penzance, Cornwall, England PRO ref RG11/2347 Folio 15 Page 23 FHL film no. 1341564
  3. Name William J. LOVE Relationship Son Condition U Gender M Age 20 Occupation Civil Engineer Apprentice Birthplace Penzance, Cornwall, England Address 18 Cornwall Terrace, Madron - Penzance, Cornwall, England PRO ref RG11/2347 Folio 15 Page 23 FHL film no. 1341564
  4. Name Mary KING Relationship Lodger Condition W Gender F Age 67 Occupation Annuitant Birthplace Gulval, Cornwall, England Address 18 Cornwall Terrace, Madron - Penzance, Cornwall, England PRO ref RG11/2347 Folio 15 Page 23 FHL film no. 1341564

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <97>
Status:   D
Name:     \Amelia Davey\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -5
Position: 010111
Born:     c1828, Calstock, Cornwall  [Greville]
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <96>
Child:    <87>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

1891 Census:
  Civil parish:    Phillack
  Urban Sanitary District: Phillack
  Ecclesiastical parish:    St Elwyn
  County:    Cornwall
  Street address:    Commercial Rd
  Source information:    RG12/1852
  Registration district:    Redruth
  Sub registration district:    Phillack
  ED, institution, or vessel:    2
  Folio:    26
  Page:    15
Stephen Michell            Head            M     41   Accountant                 Cornwall St. Day
Annie L.(S.?) Michell      Wife            M     39   --                         Cornwall Penzance
Stephen H. Michell         Son                   11   Scholar                    Cornwall Penzance
Alice P. Michell           Daur                  10   Scholar                    Cornwall Penzance
William L.(S?) Michell     Son                    9   Scholar                    Cornwall Hayle
Thomas L.(S? J?) Michell   Son                    8   Scholar                    Cornwall Hayle
Sidney L.(?) Michell       Son                    6   Scholar                    Cornwall Hayle
Violet E.(?) Michell       Daur                   4   --                         Cornwall Hayle
Amelia Love                Mother in Law   Wid   63   Living on her means        Cornwall Calstock
Elizabeth Hic[kh]in        Serv            S     20   General Servant Domestic   Cornwall Phillack

1881 census:
 Name             Relation  M.Status  Gender  Age  Birthplace                   Occupation
 Henry LOVE       Head      M         Male    63   Penzance, Cornwall, England  Retired Master Mariner Lodging House Keeper
 Amelia LOVE      Wife      M         Female  53   Calstock, Cornwall, England
 William J. LOVE  Son       U         Male    20   Penzance, Cornwall, England  Civil Engineer Apprentice
 Mary KING        Lodger    W         Female  67   Gulval, Cornwall, England    Annuitant
Source Information:
 Dwelling    18 Cornwall Terrace
 Census Place  Madron - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 Family History Library Film    1341564
 Public Records Office Reference    RG11
 Piece / Folio    2347 / 15
 Page Number    23

www.familyhistoryonline.net - Cornwall 1881 Census (03/05/2004) :
  1. Name Henry LOVE Relationship Head Condition M Gender M Age 63 Occupation Retired Master Mariner Lodging House Keeper Birthplace Penzance, Cornwall, England Address 18 Cornwall Terrace, Madron - Penzance, Cornwall, England PRO ref RG11/2347 Folio 15 Page 23 FHL film no. 1341564
  2. Name Amelia LOVE Relationship Wife Condition M Gender F Age 53 Occupation – Birthplace Calstock, Cornwall, England Address 18 Cornwall Terrace, Madron - Penzance, Cornwall, England PRO ref RG11/2347 Folio 15 Page 23 FHL film no. 1341564
  3. Name William J. LOVE Relationship Son Condition U Gender M Age 20 Occupation Civil Engineer Apprentice Birthplace Penzance, Cornwall, England Address 18 Cornwall Terrace, Madron - Penzance, Cornwall, England PRO ref RG11/2347 Folio 15 Page 23 FHL film no. 1341564
  4. Name Mary KING Relationship Lodger Condition W Gender F Age 67 Occupation Annuitant Birthplace Gulval, Cornwall, England Address 18 Cornwall Terrace, Madron - Penzance, Cornwall, England PRO ref RG11/2347 Folio 15 Page 23 FHL film no. 1341564

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <98>
Status:   D
Name:     \Beatrice Maud Hawley\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -3
Position: 0110*
Born:     ???
Married:  16/06/1917, Wolverhampton [grev??]
Died:     ???
Partner:  <30>
Child:    <99>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

On 14/01/2004, on Hugh Knaptons advice, I ordered the birth certificate of a Dennis Marshall Knapton, born 1921.
  Registration district North Bierley
  1921 birth in the sub-disrtrict of Pudsey in the county of Yorks (W.R.)
  Name: Dennis Marshall
  Born: First July 1921 (the word Eleventh was written, but crossed out, and there
        is also the number 10 seems to have been written between the word First
        and the crossed out Eleventh, whatever that may mean)
        39 New Street, Pudsey
  Sex: Boy
  Father: Harry Knapton, Draughtsman (Electrical Engineer)
  Mother: Beatrice Maud Knapton formerly Hawley
  Informant: Harry Knapton, Father, 36 New Street, Pudsey
       (note the different house number to where Dennis was born, they definitely
        say 39 and 36 respectively)
  Registered: Eleventh July 1921
  Registrar: H.Halliday, deputy registrar
       (*all* other certs I've seen have said 'Registrar' rather than 'Deputy', so
        this is interesting in itself to me :o)
I immediately noticed Harry and Beatrice Knapton here and wondered if he was
related to the Harry Knapton in my tree.  At first I discounted it, but then
realised two things: (i) the name Marshall would be something of a coincidence,
and (ii) that Beatrice May Phillips, my great-grandmother and wife of my Harry
Knapton, died in 1912.  That means that Harry could easily have re-married to
Beatrice Maud Hawley by 1921.  I also know from Harry's marriage to my
great-grandmother that he was a draughtsman.  He didn't die until 1953.
I also know he had a prediliction for 'Beatrice M's - he married Beatrice May
Phillips in 1911, and named my grandmother Beatrice Margaret.  It wouldn't surprise
me if he later re-married a Beatrice Maud...  There seem to be too many
coincidences here to write off - Dennis could be my grandmothers half-brother!

Greville:
I saw my grandfather Harry on only a few occasions.  I remember him visiting
his sisters on one occasion, but he lived in Aston, Birmingham, with his
second wife Beatrice Maud Hanley, where he had an engineering business, and
we visited I suppose a couple of times from Rushden and slept on a mattress
on the floor in the bedrooms over the shop.  (Funny how Harry seemed to like
the name 'Beatrice M' !!).

Actually, I'm pretty sure her name was Hawley, not Hanley.
Grevilles' tree says Beatrice Hawley was born c.1885, in (Birmingham?).

Births search for Beatrice Maud Hawley c.1885 (23/01/2004) :
Mar 1883  HAW/3  (no Beatrice)
Jun 1883  HAW/2  (no Beatrice)
Sep 1883  HAW/2  (no Beatrice)
Dec 1883  HAW/2  HAWLEY, Beatrice Ellen, Coventry, 6d/506
                 (FREEBMD: HAWLEY   Beatrice Ellen      Coventry   6d  505
                  I think FreeBMD is wrong - it looks definitely like a 506 to me.)
Mar 1884  HAW/2  (no Beatrice)
Jun 1884  HAW/2  HAWLEY, Beatrice, Walsall, 6b/745[746?]
Sep 1884  HAW/2  (no Beatrice)
Dec 1884  HAW/2  (no Beatrice)
Mar 1885  HAW/3  (no Beatrice)
Jun 1885  HAW/2  (no Beatrice)
Sep 1885  HAW/2  HAWLEY, Beatrice, Chorlton, 8c/724
                 HAWLEY, Beatrice, Ecclesall B., 9o[c?]/307
Dec 1885  HAW/2  (no Beatrice)
Mar 1886  HAW/2  (no Beatrice)
Jun 1886  HAW/2  HAWLEY, Beatrice, Wortley, 9o[c?]/297
Sep 1886  HAW/2  (no Beatrice)
Dec 1886  HAW/2  (no Beatrice)
Mar 1887  HAW/2  (no Beatrice)
Jun 1887  HAW/2  (no Beatrice)
Sep 1887  HAW/2  (no Beatrice)
Dec 1887  HAW/2  (no Beatrice)

Marriages search for Harry Knapton <30> and Beatrice Maud Hawley <98> (23/01/2004) :
Mar 1917  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Jun 1917  KNA/1  KNAPTON, Harry,     HAWLEY,  Wolverhampton, 6b/981
          HAW/3  HAWLEY, Beatrice M, KNAPTON, Wolverhampton, 6b/981
Sep 1917  ????????????????????????????????????
Dec 1917  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Mar 1918  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Jun 1918  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Sep 1918  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Dec 1918  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Mar 1919  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Jun 1919  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Sep 1919  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Dec 1919  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Mar 1920  KNA/1  KNAPTON, Harry, REDFEARN, Huddersfield, 9a/664
Jun 1920  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Sep 1920  KNA/1  KNAPTON, Harry E., TOPE, Devonport, 5b/854
Dec 1920  KNA/2  (no Harry)
Mar 1921  KNA/2  (no Harry)
Jun 1921  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Sep 1921  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Dec 1921  KNA/1  (no Harry)
Mar 1922  KNA/1  (no Harry)

GRO marriage index:
  Quarter: Jun 1917
  Grooms Name: Harry Knapton <30>
  Brides Name: Beatrice M. Hawley <98>
  District: Wolverhampton
  Vol/Page: 6b/981
  Researched: 23/01/2004, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 23/01/2004

????????
England and Wales, Civil Registration Index
  Name                     Year  Quarter     Record Type   County      Volume  Page
  HAWLEY, Maud Beatrice    1876  June        Births        Sussex      2b      260
  Hawley, Maud Beatrice    1899  June        Marriages     Middlesex   3a      195
????????

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <99>
Status:   D
Name:     \Dennis Marshall Knapton\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -2
Position: 0110*^
Born:     01/07/1921, 39 New Street, Pudsey, Yorkshire
Married:  ???
Died:     September 1993, Bridlington district
Partner:  \Peggy BOX:c1921\ (no details - assuming born c.1921)
Child:    1.  \Sylvia Eileen KNAPTON:1947\, born 19-???-1947 (month unknown)
          2.  \Joyce Elizabeth KNAPTON:1949\, born 15-NOV-1949
          3.  \Graham Marshall KNAPTON:1952\, born 18-MAY-1952
Father:   <30>
Mother:   <98>
Sibling:  Half-sister: Beatrice Margaret Knapton <8>
  1.  \Sylvia Millicent KNAPTON:1918\, born 1918
      Married: \William George Norman LESTER:c1918\ (no details - assumed born c.1918)
      Married in 1942
      Children: 1.  \Sally Joyce LESTER:1945\, born 12-OCT-1945
                      Sally was bridesmaid in wedding between Diane Watson <4> and David Ward <3>
                2.  \Robert William LESTER:1948\, born 20-MAY-1948
  3.  \Phyllis Muriel KNAPTON:1923\, born 02/06/1923
      Married: \Norman EDDINS:c1923\ (no details - guessing also c.1923)
      Married in 1945
      Died: June 1987, district of Coventry
      Children: 1.  \Judith Susan EDDINS:1946\, born 18-OCT-1946
                2.  \Pauline EDDINS:1949\, born 20-JAN-1949
Notes:

On 14/01/2004, on Hugh Knaptons advice, I ordered the birth certificate of a Dennis Marshall Knapton, born 1921.
  Registration district North Bierley
  1921 birth in the sub-disrtrict of Pudsey in the county of Yorks (W.R.)
  Name: Dennis Marshall
  Born: First July 1921 (the word Eleventh was written, but crossed out, and there
        is also the number 10 seems to have been written between the word First
        and the crossed out Eleventh, whatever that may mean)
        39 New Street, Pudsey
  Sex: Boy
  Father: Harry Knapton, Draughtsman (Electrical Engineer)
  Mother: Beatrice Maud Knapton formerly Hawley
  Informant: Harry Knapton, Father, 36 New Street, Pudsey
       (note the different house number to where Dennis was born, they definitely
        say 39 and 36 respectively)
  Registered: Eleventh July 1921
  Registrar: H.Halliday, deputy registrar
       (*all* other certs I've seen have said 'Registrar' rather than 'Deputy', so
        this is interesting in itself to me :o)
I immediately noticed Harry and Beatrice Knapton here and wondered if he was
related to the Harry Knapton in my tree.  At first I discounted it, but then
realised two things: (i) the name Marshall would be something of a coincidence,
and (ii) that Beatrice May Phillips, my great-grandmother and wife of my Harry
Knapton, died in 1912.  That means that Harry could easily have re-married to
Beatrice Maud Hawley by 1921.  I also know from Harry's marriage to my
great-grandmother that he was a draughtsman.  He didn't die until 1953.
I also know he had a prediliction for 'Beatrice M's - he married Beatrice May
Phillips in 1911, and named my grandmother Beatrice Margaret.  It wouldn't surprise
me if he later re-married a Beatrice Maud...  There seem to be too many
coincidences here to write off - Dennis could be my grandmothers half-brother!

GRO birth index:
  Quarter: Sep 1921
  Name:    Dennis M. Knapton
  Mothers maiden name: Hawley
  District: N.Bierley
  Vol/Page: 9b/133
  Researched: 14/01/2004, 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 14/01/2004; Received 23/01/2004

Dennis Marshall Knaptons birth certificate:
  ----
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT North Bierley
  1921 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Pudsey in the County of Yorks (W.R.)
  No.  When/where        Name            Sex   Father       Mother        Fathers Occupation    Informant         When reg.      Registar
  379  First             Dennis          Boy   Harry        Beatrice      Draughtsman           Harry Knapton     Eleventh       H.Halliday
       July 1921         Marshall              Knapton      Maud          (Electrical Engineer) Father            July 1921      Deputy
       39 New Street                                        Knapton                             36 New Street
       Pudsey                                               formerly                            Pudsey
                                                            Hawley
  ----

Dennis Marshall Knaptons death reference (1837online.com, 26/01/2004):
  Name                   KNAPTON, DENNIS MARSHALL
  Date of Birth          1 July 1921
  Registration District  BRIDLINGTON
  Year of Registration   1993
  Month of Registration  September
    District No          5441
    Reg No               32A
    Ent No               235
    Dor                  993

--

Greville (26/01/2004):
Hi Ian
I didn't realise that you didn't know about Beatrice Maud Hanley (or is it
Hawley?).  I remember I mentioned Harry's apparent predilection to Beatrice
M's in an email a while back - thinking that you knew of the third
occurrence.
Dennis Marshall is definitely their son!!
They also had two daughters --  Sylvia (Millicent, I think).  The other
daughter's name escapes me for the moment, but I'll let you know soonest.
Will be in touch
Greville

--

Karen (26/01/2004):
Not heard of Dennis Marshall Knapton but did u know about Sylvia Knapton?
Luv karen x
-
Nanna definitely had half sister called Sylvia ? Knapton/Lester who had daughter called
Sally Lester who was mum + dads bridesmaid at their wedding
-
Sylvia did die b4 nanna but don't know when

--

Greville (26/01/2004):
  1.  Sylvia Millicent KNAPTON, born 1918
      Married: William George Norman LESTER (no details - assumed born c.1918)
      Children: 1.  Sally Joyce LESTER, born 12-OCT-1945
                2.  Robert William LESTER, born 20-MAY-1948
  2.  Dennis Marshall KNAPTON, born 1921 (according to you)
      Married: Peggy BOX (no details - assuming born c.1921)
      Children: 1.  Sylvia Eileen KNAPTON, born 19-???-1947 (month unknown)
                2.  Joyce Elizabeth KNAPTON, born 15-NOV-1949
                3.  Graham Marshall KNAPTON, born 18-MAY-1952
  3.  Phyllis Muriel KNAPTON, (guessing born c.1923)
      Married: Norman EDDINNS (no details - guessing also c.1923)
      Children: 1.  Judith Susan EDDINNS, born 18-OCT-1946
                2.  Pauline EDDINNS, born 20-JAN-1949
  I've put [in genesconnected] Birmingham as the place of birth for all of them --
  but I really don't know.  Either Dennis or Phyllis was in the forces (Army, I think)
  and I believe was stationed in Germany for a time, so Birmingham is likely to be
  pretty arbitary.

--

England and Wales Civil Registration Death Index (ancestry.co.uk)
  Name                     Death Registration Month/Year   Age   Birth Date    District          Inferred County
  MARGARET BEATRICE WATSON 04/01                                 4 Dec 1912    North Yorkshire   North Yorkshire
  DENNIS MARSHALL KNAPTON  09/93                                 1 Jul 1921    Bridlington       Humberside
  PHYLLIS MURIEL EDDINS    6/87                            64    2 JUN 1923    Coventry          West Midlands

Name:    MARGARET BEATRICE WATSON
Death Year:    2001
Death Registration Month/Year:    04/01
Birth Date:    4 Dec 1912
Registration District:    North Yorkshire
Inferred County:    North Yorkshire
Register Number:    Q2
Entry number:    60

Name:    DENNIS MARSHALL KNAPTON
Death Year:    1993
Death Registration Month/Year:    09/93
Birth Date:    1 Jul 1921
Registration District:    Bridlington
Inferred County:    Humberside
Register Number:    32A
Entry number:    235

Name:    PHYLLIS MURIEL EDDINS
Death Registration Month/Year:    6/87
Age:    64
Birth Date:    2 JUN 1923
District:    Coventry
Inferred County:    West Midlands
Volume:    87
Page:    33

--

Greville (27/01/2004):

Other information from 1837online with District/Volume/Page is:

Sylvia M KNAPTON born 1st Qtr 1918 (Wolverhampton, 6b 841)
  Of course - she could be still alive.  I wrote to an address of a nursing home
  that was on a letter that was in Nanna's effects when she died, but I got no reply.

Sylvia M KNAPTON married W.G.N.LESTER, 1Q 1942, Birmingham 6d 520
Sally J LESTER born 1945, Birmingham 6d 246
Robert W LESTER born 1948, Birmingham 9c 461

Dennis M KNAPTON married BOX, 3Q 1945, Birmingham 6d 154
Sylvia E KNAPTON birth reg. 4Q 1947, Rother V. 2c 1044
Joyce E KNAPTON born 1949, Doncaster 2b 498
Graham M KNAPTON born 1952, Warwick 9c 1605

Phyllis M KNAPTON birth reg. 2Q 1923, N.Bierley 9b 128
Phyllis M KNAPTON married N.EDDINS, 2Q 1945, Birmingham 6d 637
Judith S EDDINS born 1946, Birmingham 9c 732
Pauline J EDDINS born 1949, Birmingham 9c 605

--

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <100>
Status:   D
Name:     \Mark Garratt\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -5
Position: 001110
Born:     c1811, Netherton, Worcester, England [1881C,1851C]
Married:  ???
Died:     Possibly between 1881-1891 ?
Partner:  <101>
Child:    <53>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

Named in the marriage certificate of James Cooper <52> and Elizabeth Garratt <53> as the father of the bride.
Occupation is stated as Furnace Man (in 1873).

In 1841:

Civil parish: Dudley
Hundred: Halfshire (Lower Division)
County/Island: Worcestershire
Country: England
Street address: Upper Netherton

Source information: HO107/1196/18
Registration district: Dudley
Sub-registration district: Dudley
ED, institution, or vessel: 39
Folio: 25
Page: 23
Line number: 12
GSU Number: 464207

Name                  MF  Age     Occupation       Birthplace    EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mark Garratt          M   25-29   Furnaceman       Y             abt 1814  Mark Garratt <100>
Elizabeth Garratt     F   20-24                    Y             abt 1819  Elizabeth Stevens <101>
Samuel Garratt        M    3                       Y             abt 1838
Mark Garratt          M    3 days                  Y             1841

In 1851:

Civil parish: Dudley
Ecclesiastical parish: St Andrew
County/Island: Staffordshire
Country: England
Street address: Upper Netherton

Source information: HO107/2033
Registration district: Dudley
Sub-registration district: Dudley
ED, institution, or vessel: 1ii
Folio: 395
Page: 20
Household schedule number: 70
GSU Number: 87440

Name                   MF   Relation      Marr  Age   Occupation               Birthplace                 EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mark Garratt           M    Head          Mar   40    Labourer                 Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1811  Mark Garratt <100>
Elizabeth Garratt      F    Wife          Mar   33    Labourer Wife            Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1818  Elizabeth Stevens <101>
Mary Ann Garratt       F    Daur          U     15    Labourer Daur            Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1836
Samuel Garratt         M    Son           U     12    Labourer Son             Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1839
Mark Garratt           M    Son           U     10    Labourer Son             Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1841
Fanny Garratt          F    Daur          U      7    Labourer Daur            Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1844
William Garratt        M    Son           U      4    Labourer Son             Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1847
Shale Garratt          M    Son           U      2    Labourer Son             Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1849

In 1861:

Civil parish: Dudley
Ecclesiastical parish: St Andrew
Town: Dudley
County/Island: Worcestershire
Country: England
Street address: Croft, Netherton Hall

Source information: RG9/2061
Registration district: Dudley
Sub-registration district: Dudley
ED, institution, or vessel: 41
Folio: 43
Page: 26
Household schedule number: 129
GSU Number: 542911

Name                   MF   Relation      Marr  Age   Occupation               Birthplace                          EstBYear  Individual
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mark Garratt           M    Head          Mar   50    Labourer                 Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1811  Mark Garratt <100>
Betsy Garratt          F    Wife          Mar   43                             Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1818  Elizabeth Stevens <101>
Fanny Garratt          F    Daur          U     17                             Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1844
William Garratt        M    Son           U     14    Coal Miner               Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1847
Shelah Garratt         M    Son                 12    Cripple                  Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1849
Elizabeth Garratt      F    Daughter             9    Nailer                   Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1852  Elizabeth Garratt <53>
Hannah Garratt         F    Daughter             4    Scholar                  Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1857
Benjamin Garratt       M    Son                  4    Scholar                  Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1857

In 1871:

Civil Parish: Dudley
Ecclesiastical parish: St Andrew
County/Island: Worcestershire
Country: England
Street address: 2 Hurleys Fold

Source information: RG10/3016
Registration district: Dudley
Sub-registration district: Dudley
ED, institution, or vessel: 41
Folio: 98
Page: 38
Household schedule number: 187
GSU Number: 838861

Name                   MF   Relation      Marr  Age   Occupation               Birthplace                          EstBYear  Individual
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mark Garratt           M    Head          Marr  59    Furnaceman               Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1812  Mark Garratt <100>
Elizabeth Garratt      F    Wife          Marr  54                             Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1817  Elizabeth Stevens <101>
Elizabeth Garratt      F    Daur          Unm   19                             Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1852  Elizabeth Garratt <53>
Hannah Garratt         F    Daur          Unm   17                             Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1854
Benjamin Garratt       M    Son           Unm   14    Furnaceman               Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1857
Thomas France          M    Lodger        Mar   28    Furnaceman               Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1843
Fanny France           F    Wife          Mar   27    Nailer                   Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1844
Thomas France          M    Son                  6    Scholar                  Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1869
Emily France           F    Daur                 4    Scholar                  Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1867
Harriet France         F    Daur                 2                             Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1869

1881:
Household:
 Name                Relation M.Status Gender  Age  Birthplace                     Occupation           Disability
 Mark GARRATT        Head     M        Male    70   Netherton, Worcester, England  Pauper
 Elizabeth GARRATT   Wife     M        Female  65   Netherton, Worcester, England
 Joseph DERGRAGE     Lodger   U        Male    40   Netherton, Worcester, England  General Labourer
Source Information:
 Dwelling  Hurleys Fold
 Census PlaceDudley, Worcester, England
 Family History Library Film  1341691
 Public Records Office Reference  RG11
 Piece / Folio  2881 / 95
 Page Number  52
This would be consistent with Mark <100> not being recorded as deceased on Elizabath Garratt <53>'s
marriage certificate of 1873.

Could not find Mark Garratt <100> aged approx. 80 in 1891 census.
Therefore did he die between 1881 and 1891?

Is this Mark <100> and Elizabeth <101> ?
MARK GARRATT
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse:  ELIZABETH STEVENS
  Marriage:  11 APR 1836   Kingswinford, Stafford, England
Messages:
 Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 M053731  1813 - 1822  0435778   Film  6903881   Film
 M053731  1822 - 1837  0435779   Film  NONE
 Sheet: 00

IGI:
MARK GARROTT
   Male
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:   10 FEB 1811    Saint Thomas, Dudley, Worcester, England
  Death:
  Burial:
Parents:
   Father:   SHELAH GARROTT
   Mother:   ELIZTH.
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:   Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
  C040142   1797 - 1812   0378764    Film   6901851    Film
  Sheet: 00

...with probable siblings...

HANNAH GARRATT
   Female
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:   22 DEC 1805    Saint Thomas, Dudley, Worcester, England
  Death:
  Burial:
Parents:
   Father:   SHELAH GARRATT
   Mother:   ELIZTH.
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:   Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
  C040142   1797 - 1812   0378764    Film   6901851    Film
  Sheet: 00

WILLM. GARRATT
   Male
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:   02 AUG 1807    Saint Thomas, Dudley, Worcester, England
  Death:
  Burial:
Parents:
   Father:   SHELAH GARRATT
   Mother:   ELIZTH.
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:   Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
  C040142   1797 - 1812   0378764    Film   6901851    Film
  Sheet: 00

JOHN GARRATT
   Male
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:   04 JUN 1809    Saint Thomas, Dudley, Worcester, England
  Death:
  Burial:
Parents:
   Father:  SHELAH GARRATT
   Mother:  ELIZTH.
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:   Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
  C040142   1797 - 1812   0378764    Film   6901851    Film
  Sheet: 00

LUKE GARRATT
   Male
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:   18 OCT 1812    Saint Thomas, Dudley, Worcester, England
  Death:
  Burial:
Parents:
   Father:   SHELAH GARRATT
   Mother:   ELIZTH.
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:   Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
  C040142   1797 - 1812   0378764    Film   6901851    Film
  Sheet: 00

  Name             Christening   Christening location
  HANNAH GARRATT   22 DEC 1805   Saint Thomas, Dudley, Worcester, England
  WILLM. GARRATT   02 AUG 1807   Saint Thomas, Dudley, Worcester, England
  JOHN GARRATT     04 JUN 1809   Saint Thomas, Dudley, Worcester, England
* MARK GARROTT     10 FEB 1811   Saint Thomas, Dudley, Worcester, England *
  LUKE GARRATT     18 OCT 1812   Saint Thomas, Dudley, Worcester, England

Shelah Garratt
   Male
Event(s):
  Birth:   About 1780    Of Dudley, , Warwick, England
  Christening:
  Death:
  Burial:
Marriages:
   Spouse:   Elizabeth Barnett
   Marriage:   18 MAY 1805
Messages:
  Record submitted by a member of the LDS Church. The record often shows the name of the individual and his or her relationship to a descendant, shown as the heir, family representative, or relative. The original records are not indexed, and you may have to look at the film frame-by-frame to find the information you want. A family group record for this couple may be in the Family Group Record Collection; Archive Section. (See the Family History Library Catalog for the film number.) These records are alphabetical by name of the father or husband.
Source Information:
  Film Number:   447935
  Page Number:
  Reference number:   65351

SHELAH GARRATT
   Male
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:
  Death:
  Burial:
Marriages:
   Spouse:   ELIZABETH BARNETT
   Marriage:   19 MAY 1805    Saint Thomas, Dudley, Worcester, England
Messages:
  Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:   Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
  M040144   1763 - 1791   0378762    Film   6901192    Film
  M040144   1791 - 1808   0378763    Film   NONE
  M040144   1808 - 1812   0378764    Film   NONE
  M040144   1813 - 1818   0378765    Film   NONE
  M040144   1818 - 1823   0378766    Film   NONE
  M040144   1823 - 1826   0378767    Film   NONE
  M040144   1826 - 1829   0378768    Film   NONE
  M040144   1829 - 1832   0378769    Film   NONE
  M040144   1832 - 1834   0378770    Film   NONE
  Sheet: 00

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <101>
Status:   D
Name:     \Elizabeth Stevens\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -5
Position: 001111
Born:     c1818, Netherton, Worcester, England [1881C,1851C]
Married:  ???
Died:     1884, Dudley district [FreeBMD] ?
Partner:  <100>
Child:    <53>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

In 1841:

Civil parish: Dudley
Hundred: Halfshire (Lower Division)
County/Island: Worcestershire
Country: England
Street address: Upper Netherton

Source information: HO107/1196/18
Registration district: Dudley
Sub-registration district: Dudley
ED, institution, or vessel: 39
Folio: 25
Page: 23
Line number: 12
GSU Number: 464207

Name                  MF  Age     Occupation       Birthplace    EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mark Garratt          M   25-29   Furnaceman       Y             abt 1814  Mark Garratt <100>
Elizabeth Garratt     F   20-24                    Y             abt 1819  Elizabeth Stevens <101>
Samuel Garratt        M    3                       Y             abt 1838
Mark Garratt          M    3 days                  Y             1841

In 1851:

Civil parish: Dudley
Ecclesiastical parish: St Andrew
County/Island: Staffordshire
Country: England
Street address: Upper Netherton

Source information: HO107/2033
Registration district: Dudley
Sub-registration district: Dudley
ED, institution, or vessel: 1ii
Folio: 395
Page: 20
Household schedule number: 70
GSU Number: 87440

Name                   MF   Relation      Marr  Age   Occupation               Birthplace                 EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mark Garratt           M    Head          Mar   40    Labourer                 Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1811  Mark Garratt <100>
Elizabeth Garratt      F    Wife          Mar   33    Labourer Wife            Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1818  Elizabeth Stevens <101>
Mary Ann Garratt       F    Daur          U     15    Labourer Daur            Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1836
Samuel Garratt         M    Son           U     12    Labourer Son             Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1839
Mark Garratt           M    Son           U     10    Labourer Son             Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1841
Fanny Garratt          F    Daur          U      7    Labourer Daur            Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1844
William Garratt        M    Son           U      4    Labourer Son             Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1847
Shale Garratt          M    Son           U      2    Labourer Son             Netherton, Worcestershire  abt 1849

In 1861:

Civil parish: Dudley
Ecclesiastical parish: St Andrew
Town: Dudley
County/Island: Worcestershire
Country: England
Street address: Croft, Netherton Hall

Source information: RG9/2061
Registration district: Dudley
Sub-registration district: Dudley
ED, institution, or vessel: 41
Folio: 43
Page: 26
Household schedule number: 129
GSU Number: 542911

Name                   MF   Relation      Marr  Age   Occupation               Birthplace                          EstBYear  Individual
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mark Garratt           M    Head          Mar   50    Labourer                 Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1811  Mark Garratt <100>
Betsy Garratt          F    Wife          Mar   43                             Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1818  Elizabeth Stevens <101>
Fanny Garratt          F    Daur          U     17                             Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1844
William Garratt        M    Son           U     14    Coal Miner               Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1847
Shelah Garratt         M    Son                 12    Cripple                  Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1849
Elizabeth Garratt      F    Daughter             9    Nailer                   Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1852  Elizabeth Garratt <53>
Hannah Garratt         F    Daughter             4    Scholar                  Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1857
Benjamin Garratt       M    Son                  4    Scholar                  Worcestershire, Netherton, Dudley   abt 1857

In 1871:

Civil Parish: Dudley
Ecclesiastical parish: St Andrew
County/Island: Worcestershire
Country: England
Street address: 2 Hurleys Fold

Source information: RG10/3016
Registration district: Dudley
Sub-registration district: Dudley
ED, institution, or vessel: 41
Folio: 98
Page: 38
Household schedule number: 187
GSU Number: 838861

Name                   MF   Relation      Marr  Age   Occupation               Birthplace                          EstBYear  Individual
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mark Garratt           M    Head          Marr  59    Furnaceman               Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1812  Mark Garratt <100>
Elizabeth Garratt      F    Wife          Marr  54                             Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1817  Elizabeth Stevens <101>
Elizabeth Garratt      F    Daur          Unm   19                             Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1852  Elizabeth Garratt <53>
Hannah Garratt         F    Daur          Unm   17                             Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1854
Benjamin Garratt       M    Son           Unm   14    Furnaceman               Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1857
Thomas France          M    Lodger        Mar   28    Furnaceman               Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1843
Fanny France           F    Wife          Mar   27    Nailer                   Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1844
Thomas France          M    Son                  6    Scholar                  Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1869
Emily France           F    Daur                 4    Scholar                  Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1867
Harriet France         F    Daur                 2                             Netherton, Dudley, Worcester        abt 1869

1881:
Household:
 Name                Relation M.Status Gender  Age  Birthplace                     Occupation           Disability
 Mark GARRATT        Head     M        Male    70   Netherton, Worcester, England  Pauper
 Elizabeth GARRATT   Wife     M        Female  65   Netherton, Worcester, England
 Joseph DERGRAGE     Lodger   U        Male    40   Netherton, Worcester, England  General Labourer
Source Information:
 Dwelling  Hurleys Fold
 Census PlaceDudley, Worcester, England
 Family History Library Film  1341691
 Public Records Office Reference  RG11
 Piece / Folio  2881 / 95
 Page Number  52

Could not find Elizabeth Garratt (Stevens) <101> aged approx. 75 in Worcestersahire in 1891 census.
Therefore did she die between 1881 and 1891?

Is this Mark <100> and Elizabeth <101> ?
MARK GARRATT
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:
 Death:
 Burial:
Marriages:
  Spouse:  ELIZABETH STEVENS
  Marriage:  11 APR 1836   Kingswinford, Stafford, England
Messages:
 Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 M053731  1813 - 1822  0435778   Film  6903881   Film
 M053731  1822 - 1837  0435779   Film  NONE
 Sheet: 00

FreeBMD search for Elizabeth Garratt (Stevens) <101> death between Mar 1881 and Dec 1891 :
  Deaths Dec 1884
  GARRATT   Elizabeth   68   Dudley   6c  85
No other search result gave an age of death consistent with the 1881 census.
As a bonus, it's also in Dudley, Worcestershire. :o)

Is this IGI record Elizabeth <101> ? :
ELIZTH. STEVENS
   Female
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:   13 JUN 1819    Saint Thomas, Dudley, Worcester, England
  Death:
  Burial:
Parents:
   Father:   JAS. STEVENS
   Mother:   ANN
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:   Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
  C040143   1813 - 1820   0378765    Film   6901851    Film
  C040143   1820 - 1823   0378766    Film   NONE
  C040143   1823 - 1825   0378767    Film   NONE
  Sheet: 00
"Jas." may be short for James.  An IGI "parent search" pulled up many "James Steven"s when searched for "Jas. Stevens".

Is this IGI record her twin? :
   (Note: born 1816, x-ened 1819, therefore Eliz. above also x-ened 1819 could have been born in 1816 also.)
HENRY STEVENS
   Male
Event(s):
  Birth:   17 NOV 1816
  Christening:   13 JUN 1819    Saint Thomas, Dudley, Worcester, England
  Death:   12 SEP 1819
  Burial:
Parents:
   Father:   JAMES STEVENS
   Mother:   ANN
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:   Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
  C040143   1813 - 1820   0378765    Film   6901851    Film
  C040143   1820 - 1823   0378766    Film   NONE
  C040143   1823 - 1825   0378767    Film   NONE
  Sheet: 00

Other possible siblings:

WILLM. STEEVENS
   Male
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:   31 JUL 1814    Saint Thomas, Dudley, Worcester, England
  Death:
  Burial:
Parents:
   Father:   JAMES STEEVENS
   Mother:   ANN
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:   Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
  C040143   1813 - 1820   0378765    Film   6901851    Film
  C040143   1820 - 1823   0378766    Film   NONE
  C040143   1823 - 1825   0378767    Film   NONE
  Sheet: 00

THOS. STEVENS
   Male
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:   10 DEC 1826    Saint Thomas, Dudley, Worcester, England
  Death:
  Burial:
Parents:
   Father:   JAMES STEVENS
   Mother:   ANN
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:   Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
  C040144   1825 - 1828   0378767    Film   6901851    Film
  C040144   1828 - 1833   0378769    Film   NONE
  C040144   1833   0378770    Film   NONE
  Sheet: 00

ANN STEVENS
   Female

Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:   21 AUG 1825    Saint Thomas, Dudley, Worcester, England
  Death:   05 FEB 1826
  Burial:
Parents:
   Father:   JAMES STEVENS
   Mother:   ANN
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:   Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
  C040144   1825 - 1828   0378767    Film   6901851    Film
  C040144   1828 - 1833   0378769    Film   NONE
  C040144   1833   0378770    Film   NONE
  Sheet: 00

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <102>
Status:   D
Name:     \John Fox\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -5
Position: 000010
Born:     c1798, Radbourne, Derbyshire [1851C]
Married:  20/11/1854, Duffield, Derby [marr cert]
Died:     25/07/1867, 7 Drury Lane, Derby [death cert]
Partner:  <103>
Child:    <91>
Father:   <104>
Mother:   <126>
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

Identified as a Labourer on the birth cert of Phoebe <91>
He is still alive at the time of registration of her birth on 31/07/1851
Wife Eliza Fox (Cooper) was living at 7 Drury Lane, Derby at the time.
John probably lived at the same address, as in the 1851 census he is recorded as being there also.

Birth cert of Phoebe Fox <91> :
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Derby
  1851 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Saint Peter in the County of Derby
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  383  Ninth July 1851                Phoebe       Girl   John Fox           Eliza Fox         Labourer             X The mark of        Thirty first        James Jay
       7 Drury Lane                                                          formerly                               Eliza Fox            July 1851           Registrar
                                                                             Cooper                                 Mother
                                                                                                                    7 Drury Lane
                                                                                                                    Derby
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Is this John in the 1841 census ??

Street Address: Victoria H
Parish: St Werberghs
Borough: Derby
County: Derbyshire

Source Ref: HO 107/199/19

Name            MF   Age       Occupation      Birthplace         EstBYear
William Fox     M    45-49     Publican        England [N]        abt 1794
Thomas Green    M    35-39     Joiner          England [N]        abt 1804
Sarah Green     F    35-39                     England [N]        abt 1804
John Fox        M    40-44     Tailor          England [N]        abt 1799
Ann W Cormac    F    25-29     F S             Ireland [I]        abt 1814
N K             M    25-29                     England [N]        abt 1814

If it is John, why is he stated as being born outside of Derbyshire, when our John we believe _was_ born in Derbyshire?
Was our John a Tailor before he married Eliza and became a Labourer?  Why would he switch from being a Tailor to a Labourer?

1851 census:

Parish:         Saint Werburgh
Eccl district:  Lichfield
Borough:        Derby
Address:        7 Drury Lane

County/Island: Derbyshire
Source information: HO107/2143
Registration district: Derby
Sub-registration district: St Peter
ED, institution, or vessel: 3d
Folio: 595
Page: 38 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 121
GSU Number: 87773-87774

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age      Occupation   Birthplace                        EstBYear  Individual
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Fox               M    Head      Mar   53       Labourer     Derbyshire Radbourne              abt 1798  John Fox <102>
Eliza Fox              F    Wife      Mar   41                    Derbyshire Muggington             abt 1810  Eliza Cooper <103>
Matilda Fox            F    Daur      U     14                    Derbyshire Muggington             abt 1837
Harriett Fox           F    Daur      U     12                    Derbyshire Muggington             abt 1839
George Fox             M    Son       U      8                    Derby St Werburgh                 abt 1843
John Fox               M    Son       U      4                    Derby St Werburgh                 abt 1847
Hannah Fox             F    Daur      U      2 (3?)               Derby St Werburgh                 abt 1849

Note that at the time of the 1851 census in April 1851, Phoebe <91> was not born yet, and would not be born until July 1851.
Note, however, the address: 7 Drury Lane, the same as where Phoebe was born and the residence of Eliza in July 1851 at the time of the birth.

1861 census:

Parish:         St Werburgh
Munipal Borough:  Derby
Munipal Ward:   Weckett (???)
Parliamentary Borough:  Derby
Town:           Derby
Address:        7 Drury Lane

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age      Occupation         Birthplace                        EstBYear  Individual
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Fox               M    Head      Mar   65       Lobbing Labourer   Derbysh Radbourne                 abt 1796  John Fox <102>
Eliza Fox              F    Wife      Mar   49                          Derbysh Muggington                abt 1812  Eliza Cooper <103>
Matilda Fox            F    Daur      Un    24       Silk Hand          Derbysh Muggington                abt 1837
John Fox               M    Son             14       Errand Boy         Derbysh Derby                     abt 1847
Hannah Fox             F    Daur            12       Scholar            Derbysh Derby                     abt 1849
Phoebe Fox             F    Daur             9       Scholar            Derbysh Derby                     abt 1852  Phoebe Fox <91>

Also recorded in 1861 is the next door neighbour at number 8 Drury Lane, Ellen Crossby (35, unmarried, Silk Mill Hand, born Derby) and her daughter Mary Crossby (16, unmarried, Silk Mill Hand, born Derby).
Ellen Crossby later, in 1867, is present at John's <102> death (see death cert).

GRO marriage index:
  Quarter: Dec 1854
  Grooms Name: John Fox <102>
  Brides Name: Eliza Cooper <103>
  District: Belper
  Vol/Page: 7b/804
  Researched: 28/05/2004, FreeBMD & 1837online.com
  Certificate: Ordered 28/05/2004.  Received 04/06/2004.

Marriage cert of John <102> and Eliza <103> :
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1854 Marriage solumnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Duffield in the County of Derby
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  88   20th November 1854      John Fox                   50/58      Widower     Labourer       Windley(?)                          Matthew Fox                Labourer
                               Eliza Cooper               42         Spinster    --             Windley(?)                          Samuel Cooper              Labourer
  Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church by   or after Banns by me (sig) Richard Barber
  This Marriage                                    in the                                                                      Curate
  was solumnized  (sig) John Fox                   Presence   (sig) Peter Sowter(?)
  between us      (sig) Eliza Cooper's mark +      of us      (sig) Henrietta Tamley(?)'s mark +
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

John's <102> age approximately matches the 1851/IGI data, give or take a couple of years.
John's <102> occupation is indicated as 'Labourer', matching the censuses.
Eliza's <103> age approximately matches the 1851/1881 data, give or take a couple of years.
Eliza's <103> father is indicated as 'Samuel Cooper', matching other IGI data.

Marriage of John <102> and Eliza <103> in the IGI:
  --------------
  JOHN FOX
    Male
  Event(s):
    Birth:
    Christening:
    Death:
    Burial:
  Parents:
    Father:   MATTHEW FOX
  Marriages:
    Spouse:   ELIZA COOPER
  Marriage:   20 NOV 1854    Duffield, Derby, England
              Husband Age at Marriage:   58
              Wife Age at Marriage:   42
  Messages:
    Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source
    records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
  Source Information:
    Batch No.:   Dates:        Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
    M049948      1854 - 1873   1041433            Film    6905185              Film
    Sheet: 00
  --------------
  ELIZA COOPER
    Female
  Event(s):
    Birth:
    Christening:
    Death:
    Burial:
  Parents:
    Father:   SAMUEL COOPER
  Marriages:
    Spouse:   JOHN FOX
    Marriage:   20 NOV 1854    Duffield, Derby, England
                Husband Age at Marriage:   58
                Wife Age at Marriage:   42
  Messages:
    Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source
    records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
  Source Information:
    Batch No.:   Dates:        Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
    M049948      1854 - 1873   1041433            Film    6905185              Film
    Sheet: 00
  --------------

FreeBMD search for John/Eliza marriage (28/05/2004) :
  Marriages Dec 1854
  Fox   John      Belper   7b  804
  Cooper   Eliza      Belper   7b  804  ***************
  Fox   Ellen       Belper   7b  804
  Fox   John       Belper   7b  804
  Taylor   John       Belper   7b  804
The district Belper is in the county of Derbyshire and information about it can be found here.
  Belper
  Created 1st July 1837.
  Sub-districts : Alfreton; Belper; Duffield; Horsley; Ripley; Wirksworth.
  GRO volumes : XIX (1837-51); 7b (1852-1930).
  Alderwasley, Alfreton, Allestree, Ashleyhay, Belper, Crich, Denby, Dethick and Lea, Duffield, Hazlewood, Heage, Holbrook, Holloway, Horsley, Horsley Woodhouse, Idridgehay and Alton, Ireton Wood, Kedleston, Kilburn, Kirk Langley, Mackworth, Mapperley, Markheaton, Milford, Morley, Muggington, Pentrich, Quarndon, Ravensdale Park, Ripley, Rowditch (1837-90), Shottle and Postern, Smalley, South Wingfield, Turnditch, Weston Underwood, Windley, Wirksworth.
  Registers now divided between Amber Valley, Chesterfield, Derby and Erewash districts.

1837online search for marriage (28/05/2004) :
  Dec 1854  FOX/1/2   FOX, John, Belper, 7b/804
            COO/2/10  COOPER, Eliza, B_l[ph]e[rn], 7b/[568][0_]4

Death cert of John <102> : (kindly sent to me by [SE])
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Derby
  1867 DEATH in the Sub-district of Saint Peter, Derby in the County of Derby
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex     Age     Occupation             Cause of death              Informant              When reg.           Registrar
  483  Twenty fifth July 1867         John Fox     Male    73      General Labourer       Paralysis                   Ellen Crossby          Twenty sixth        J Aainslay(?)
       7 Drury Lane                                        years                          Certified                   Present at death       July 1867           Registar
                                                                                                                      8 Drury Lane, Derby
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <103>
Status:   D
Name:     \Eliza Cooper\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -5
Position: 000011
Born:     c1810, Muggington, Derby, Derbyshire [1851C]
Married:  20/11/1854, Duffield, Derby [marr cert]
Died:     20/03/1898, Derby [death cert]
Partner:  <102>
Child:    <92> by unknown father
          <91> by John Fox
Father:   <105>
Mother:   <127>
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

Eliza Fox (Cooper) was living at 7 Drury Lane, Derby at the time
of the birth of Phoebe <91>.  (Birth registration on 31/07/1851.)

Birth cert of Phoebe Fox <91> :
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Derby
  1851 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Saint Peter in the County of Derby
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex    Father             Mother            Fathers Occupation   Informant            When reg.           Registrar
  383  Ninth July 1851                Phoebe       Girl   John Fox           Eliza Fox         Labourer             X The mark of        Thirty first        James Jay
       7 Drury Lane                                                          formerly                               Eliza Fox            July 1851           Registrar
                                                                             Cooper                                 Mother
                                                                                                                    7 Drury Lane
                                                                                                                    Derby
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1851 census:

Parish:         Saint Werburgh
Eccl district:  Lichfield
Borough:        Derby
Address:        7 Drury Lane

County/Island: Derbyshire
Source information: HO107/2143
Registration district: Derby
Sub-registration district: St Peter
ED, institution, or vessel: 3d
Folio: 595
Page: 38 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 121
GSU Number: 87773-87774

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age      Occupation   Birthplace                        EstBYear  Individual
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Fox               M    Head      Mar   53       Labourer     Derbyshire Radbourne              abt 1798  John Fox <102>
Eliza Fox              F    Wife      Mar   41                    Derbyshire Muggington             abt 1810  Eliza Cooper <103>
Matilda Fox            F    Daur      U     14                    Derbyshire Muggington             abt 1837
Harriett Fox           F    Daur      U     12                    Derbyshire Muggington             abt 1839
George Fox             M    Son       U      8                    Derby St Werburgh                 abt 1843
John Fox               M    Son       U      4                    Derby St Werburgh                 abt 1847
Hannah Fox             F    Daur      U      2 (3?)               Derby St Werburgh                 abt 1849

Note that at the time of the 1851 census in April 1851, Phoebe <91> was not born yet, and would not be born until July 1851.
Note, however, the address: 7 Drury Lane, the same as where Phoebe was born and the residence of Eliza in July 1851 at the time of the birth.

1861 census:

Parish:         St Werburgh
Munipal Borough:  Derby
Munipal Ward:   Weckett (???)
Parliamentary Borough:  Derby
Town:           Derby
Address:        7 Drury Lane

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age      Occupation         Birthplace                        EstBYear  Individual
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Fox               M    Head      Mar   65       Lobbing Labourer   Derbysh Radbourne                 abt 1796  John Fox <102>
Eliza Fox              F    Wife      Mar   49                          Derbysh Muggington                abt 1812  Eliza Cooper <103>
Matilda Fox            F    Daur      Un    24       Silk Hand          Derbysh Muggington                abt 1837
John Fox               M    Son             14       Errand Boy         Derbysh Derby                     abt 1847
Hannah Fox             F    Daur            12       Scholar            Derbysh Derby                     abt 1849
Phoebe Fox             F    Daur             9       Scholar            Derbysh Derby                     abt 1852  Phoebe Fox <91>

Eliza Cooper's <103> birth in the IGI :
ELIZA COOPER
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  10 OCT 1810   Mugginton, Derby, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  SAMUEL COOPER
  Mother:  HANNAH
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record.
 The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 K055612  1674 - 1813  1041448   Film  6905255   Film
 K055612  1869 - 1875  1041448   Film  NONE
 Sheet: 00

1871 census:

Civil Parish: Litchurch
Ecclesiastical parish: Trinity
Town: Litchurch
Parliamantary borough: Derby
County/Island: Derbyshire
Country: England
Address: 8 Litchurch _____, Osmarla(?) Rd

Source information: RG10/3574
Registration district: Derby
Sub-registration district: St Peter
ED, institution, or vessel: 39
Folio: 66
Page: 26
Household schedule number: 171
GSU Number: 839770

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age      Occupation                 Birthplace                        EstBYear  Individual
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Frances A Moss         F    Head      Mar   53       Land owner no occupation   Normanton, Derbyshire, England    abt 1818
    Frances is also described as one of 'Deaf-and-Dumb; Blind; Imbecile or Lunatic; Lunatic' - it does not specify which
Eliza Fox              F    Servant   Mar   60       Domestic Servant           Mugginton, Derbyshire, England    abt 1811  Eliza Cooper <103>

Like her daughters Eliza <92> and Phoebe <91>, after the death of husband John Fox <102>, Eliza seems to have entered domestic service.
It seems that Eliza <103> went to care for the wealthy 'deaf, blind, imbecile or lunatic' lady Frances Moss.
Within ten years, by 1881, aged 70, Eliza had left and gone to live where the 1881 records her as living with
daughter Hannah Fox (by then Hannah Pipes, married to Herbert).

1881 census:

Household:
 Name               Relation        M.Status  Gender   Age  Birthplace                   Occupation            Disability
 Herbert PIPES      Head            M         Male     37   Derby, Derby, England        Pattern Maker (Iron)
 Hannah PIPES       Wife            M         Female   33   Derby, Derby, England
 John G. PIPES      Son                       Male     10   Derby, Derby, England        Scholar
 Harry PIPES        Son                       Male     8    Derby, Derby, England        Scholar
 Joseph PIPES       Son                       Male     7    Derby, Derby, England        Scholar
 Herbert PIPES      Son                       Male     5    Derby, Derby, England        Scholar
 Arthur PIPES       Son                       Male     4    Derby, Derby, England        Scholar
 Eliza PIPES        Daur                      Female   3    Derby, Derby, England        Scholar
 James PIPES        Son                       Male     1    Derby, Derby, England
 Eliza FOX          Mother In Law   W         Female   70   Muggington, Derby, England
Source Information:
  Dwelling    79 Watson St
  Census Place  Derby St Alkmund, Derby, England
  Family History Library Film    1341815
  Public Records Office Reference    RG11
  Piece / Folio    3406 / 54
  Page Number    27

Hannah Pipes here is very likely daughter Hannah Fox <<91>>, aged 2or 3 in 1851.
Evidently Hannah married Herbert Pipes.

See husband John Fox <102> for marriage.

Death cert of Eliza <103> : (kindly sent to me by [SE])
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Derby
  1898 DEATH in the Sub-district of Derby in the County Borough of Derby in the County of Derby
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex     Age     Occupation             Cause of death              Informant              When reg.           Registrar
  365  Twentieth March 1898           Eliza Fox    Female  88      Widow of John Fox      Bronchitis                  Herbert Pipes          Twenty first        H L Edward
       7 Drury Lane                                        years   Stone breaker          Certified by H.Barrett      Son in law             March 1898          Registar
                                                                                          MB                          167 Watson Street
                                                                                                                       Derby
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <104>
Status:   D
Name:     \Matthew Fox\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -6
Position: 0000100
Born:     ???
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <126>
Child:    <102>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

Marriage cert of John Fox <102> and Eliza <103> :
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1854 Marriage solumnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Duffield in the County of Derby
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  88   20th November 1854      John Fox                   50/58      Widower     Labourer       Windley(?)                          Matthew Fox                Labourer
                               Eliza Cooper               42         Spinster    --             Windley(?)                          Samuel Cooper              Labourer
  Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church by   or after Banns by me (sig) Richard Barber
  This Marriage                                    in the                                                                      Curate
  was solumnized  (sig) John Fox                   Presence   (sig) Peter Sowter(?)
  between us      (sig) Eliza Cooper's mark +      of us      (sig) Henrietta Tamley(?)'s mark +
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <105>
Status:   D
Name:     \Samuel Cooper\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -6
Position: 0000110
Born:     ???
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <127>
Child:    <103>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

Eliza Cooper's <103> birth in the IGI :
ELIZA COOPER
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  10 OCT 1810   Mugginton, Derby, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  SAMUEL COOPER
  Mother:  HANNAH
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record.
 The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 K055612  1674 - 1813  1041448   Film  6905255   Film
 K055612  1869 - 1875  1041448   Film  NONE
 Sheet: 00


_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <106>
Status:   D
Name:     \George Glover\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -6
Position: 0001000
Born:     c1797, parish of Willingham, Lincolnshire  [AB]
          Christened 28/09/1796, Willingham By Stow, Lincoln, England [IGI]
Married:  15/07/1819, Wickenby, Lincolnshire [AB, IGI, VRI]
Died:     ???
Partner:  <107>
Child:    <80>
Father:   <108>
Mother:   <109>
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

George Glover <106> is recorded on the marriage certificate of Williamson Glovers <80>
and Eleanor Oates <81> as being a Farmer by occupation.

1841 census:

Civil parish: Saxelby
Hundred: Lawress
County/Island: Lincolnshire
Country: England
Street address: Saxilby

Source information: HO107/643/10
Registration district: Lincoln
Sub-registration district: Lincoln North East
ED, institution, or vessel: 14
Folio: 5
Page: 2 (click to see others on page)
Line number: 1
GSU Number: 438768

Name                  MF  Age     Occupation       Birthplace    EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
George Glover         M   45      Farmer           Y             abt 1796  George Glover <106>
Mary Glover           F   42                       Y             abt 1799  Mary Page <107>
John Glover           M   21                       Y             abt 1820
Sarah Glover          F   19                       Y             abt 1822
Theodocia Glover      F   15                       Y             abt 1826
Williamson Glover     M   13                       Y             abt 1828  Williamson Glover <80>
George Glover         M   10                       Y             abt 1831
Mary Glover           F    7                       Y             abt 1834
Jane Glover           F    5                       Y             abt 1836
Ann Glover            F    3                       Y             abt 1838
Joseph Glover         M    5 months                Y             abt 1841
Edward Houghilby      M   22      Ag Lab           Y             abt 1819
Thomas Smith          M   20      Ag Lab           Y             abt 1821
James Rowson          M   15      Ag Lab           Y             abt 1826
Jane Cox              F   18      F.S              Y             abt 1823

IGI:
WILLIAM GLOVER
  Male
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:  04 MAY 1828    Willingham By Stow, Lincoln, England
  Death:
  Burial:
Parents:
   Father:   GEORGE GLOVER
   Mother:   MARY
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record.
  The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or
  christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:        Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
  C033771      1562 - 1812   0436005            Film    6908112              Film
  Sheet: 00

_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <107>
Status:   D
Name:     \Mary Page\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -6
Position: 0001001
Born:     06/06/1799, parish of Tealby, Lincolnshire  [AB]
Married:  15/07/1819, Wickenby, Lincolnshire [AB, IGI, VRI]
Died:     ???
Partner:  <106>
Child:    <80>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

1841 census:

Civil parish: Saxelby
Hundred: Lawress
County/Island: Lincolnshire
Country: England
Street address: Saxilby

Source information: HO107/643/10
Registration district: Lincoln
Sub-registration district: Lincoln North East
ED, institution, or vessel: 14
Folio: 5
Page: 2 (click to see others on page)
Line number: 1
GSU Number: 438768

Name                  MF  Age     Occupation       Birthplace    EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
George Glover         M   45      Farmer           Y             abt 1796  George Glover <106>
Mary Glover           F   42                       Y             abt 1799  Mary Page <107>
John Glover           M   21                       Y             abt 1820
Sarah Glover          F   19                       Y             abt 1822
Theodocia Glover      F   15                       Y             abt 1826
Williamson Glover     M   13                       Y             abt 1828  Williamson Glover <80>
George Glover         M   10                       Y             abt 1831
Mary Glover           F    7                       Y             abt 1834
Jane Glover           F    5                       Y             abt 1836
Ann Glover            F    3                       Y             abt 1838
Joseph Glover         M    5 months                Y             abt 1841
Edward Houghilby      M   22      Ag Lab           Y             abt 1819
Thomas Smith          M   20      Ag Lab           Y             abt 1821
James Rowson          M   15      Ag Lab           Y             abt 1826
Jane Cox              F   18      F.S              Y             abt 1823

IGI:
GEORGE GLOVER
   Male
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:
  Death:
  Burial:
Marriages:
   Spouse:   MARY PAGE
   Marriage:  15 JUL 1819    Wickenby, Lincoln, England
Messages:
  Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are
  usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:   Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
  M033121   1561 - 1650   0508088    Film   6908099    Film
  M033121   1561 - 1835   0508088    Film   NONE
  M033121   1663 - 1812   0508088    Film   NONE
  M033121   1813 - 1835   0508071    Film   6908099    Film
  Sheet: 00

VRI:
GLOVER, George      Marriage
  Wife:  Mary PAGE
  Marriage Date:  15 Jul 1819  Recorded in:  Wickenby, Lincolnshire, England
Source:  FHL Film 989794  Dates:  1819 - 1819

/=============================================================================/

_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_

ID:       <115>
Status:   D
Name:     \Thomas Knapton\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -6
Position: 0110000
Born:     c1766 ??? [IGI]  (Unconfirmed)
Married:  26/11/1799, Alne, Yorkshire, England ??? [IGI]  (Unconfirmed)
Died:     ???
Partner:  <116>
Child:    <54>
Father:   John Knapton???  (Unconfirmed)
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

IGI data on John Knapton <54> :
JOHN KNAPTON
  Male
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:  02 JAN 1814    Saint Peter, Leeds, Yorkshire, England
  Death:
  Burial:
Parents:
   Father:   THOMAS KNAPTON
   Mother:   MARY
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record.
  The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or
  christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:        Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
  C071931      1813 - 1819   0918380            Film    6900088              Film
  C071931      1813 - 1819   0918379            Film    NONE
  C071931      1813 - 1819   0918380            Film    NONE
  Sheet: 00

IGI marriage??

THOMAS KNAPTON
   Male
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:
  Death:
  Burial:
Marriages:
   Spouse:   MARY MARSHALL
   Marriage:  26 NOV 1799    Alne, Yorkshire, England
Messages:
  Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source
  records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:        Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
  M073782      1724 - 1812   0990881            Film    6901217              Film
  Sheet: 00

Is this Thomas Knapton?

THOMAS KNAPTON
  Male
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:  27 JUN 1766    Alne, Yorkshire, England
  Death:
  Burial:
Parents:
  Father:   JOHN KNAPTON
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record.
  The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or
  christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:        Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
  C073782      1724 - 1812   0990881            Film    6910186              Film
  Sheet: 00

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <116>
Status:   D
Name:     \Mary Marshall\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -6
Position: 0110001
Born:     c1760 ??? [IGI]  (Unconfirmed)
Married:  26/11/1799, Alne, Yorkshire, England ??? [IGI]  (Unconfirmed)
Died:     ???
Partner:  <115>
Child:    <54>
Father:   William Marshall???  (Unconfirmed)
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

IGI data on John Knapton <54> :
JOHN KNAPTON
  Male
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:  02 JAN 1814    Saint Peter, Leeds, Yorkshire, England
  Death:
  Burial:
Parents:
   Father:   THOMAS KNAPTON
   Mother:   MARY
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record.
  The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or
  christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:        Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
  C071931      1813 - 1819   0918380            Film    6900088              Film
  C071931      1813 - 1819   0918379            Film    NONE
  C071931      1813 - 1819   0918380            Film    NONE
  Sheet: 00

IGI marriage??

THOMAS KNAPTON
   Male
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:
  Death:
  Burial:
Marriages:
   Spouse:   MARY MARSHALL
   Marriage:  26 NOV 1799    Alne, Yorkshire, England
Messages:
  Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source
  records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:        Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
  M073782      1724 - 1812   0990881            Film    6901217              Film
  Sheet: 00

Is this Mary Marshall?

MARY MARSHALL
  Female
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:  14 DEC 1760    Cathedral Saint Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
  Death:
  Burial:
Parents:
 Father:   WILLM. MARSHALL
Messages:
  Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record.
  The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or
  christening date.
Source Information:
  Batch No.:   Dates:        Source Call No.:   Type:   Printout Call No.:   Type:
  C007756      1746 - 1764   0919325            Film    6909644              Film
  Sheet: 00

And this Mary's younger sister, who died young?

MARY MARSHALL
  Female
Event(s):
  Birth:
  Christening:  01 MAY 1760    Leeds, Yorkshire, England
  Death:  20 FEB 1765
  Burial:
Parents:
   Father:   WILLIAM MARSHALL
Messages:
  Form submitted by a member of the LDS Church. The form lists the submitter's
  name and address and may include source information. The address may be
  outdated. Details vary. To find the form, you must know the batch and sheet
  number.
Source Information:
  Batch Number:   7806032
  Sheet:   27
  Source Call No.:   1126235    Type:   Film

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <117>
Status:   D
Name:     \Thomas Michell\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -7
Position: 01010000
Born:     20/02/1742  [Greville]
Married:  Alice Angove, 20/12/1763
Died:     14/05/1800  [Greville]
Partner:  <118>
Child:    <95>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <118>
Status:   D
Name:     \Alice Angove\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -7
Position: 01010001
Born:     16/12/1741  [Greville]
Married:  Thomas Michell, 20/12/1763
Died:     11/05/1817  [Greville]
Partner:  <117>
Child:    <95>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <119>
Status:   L
(Private)

/==============================================================================/

ID:       <120>
Status:   L
(Private)

/==============================================================================/

ID:       <121>
Status:   L
(Private)

/==============================================================================/

ID:       <122>
Status:   L
(Private)

/==============================================================================/

ID:       <123>
Status:   D
Name:     \Daniel Ward\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -5
Position: 000000
Born:     c1817, Handsworth, Yorkshire
          Christened 12/08/1817, Handsworth, Yorkshire [IGI]
          Handsworth parish registers indicate "Daniel Ward born 29th July 1817 Handsworth christened 31 Aug 1817 Son of Thomas and Mary of Woodhouse Farmer" [PR]
          c1816, Handsworth, Yorkshire [1861C]
          c1818, Handsworth, Yorkshire [1851C]
          c1817-c1821, Yorkshire [1841C]
Married:  25/12/1838, Sheffield, Yorkshire [cert]
Died:     08/12/1869, 7 Traffic Street, Derby [cert]
Partner:  <124>
Child:    <90>
Father:   <128>
Mother:   <129>
Sibling:  \Thomas Ward:c1811\
            Born 25/08/1811; Christened 06/10/1811, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [IGI]
            Handsworth parish registers indicate "Oct 6th 1811 Thomas son of Thos and Mary Ward of Woodhouse Bapt born 25th Aug 1811." [PR]
            Aged 30 in 1841 (so born c1811), born Yorkshire; Cattle Dealer; living in Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1841C]
            Voted for Eardley (the Whigs/liberals) in 1848 poll (see later for details)
            Aged 39 in 1851 (so born c1812), born Handsworth, Yorkshire; Cattle Dealer; living in Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1851C]
            Aged 59 in 1871 (so born c1812), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; Cattle Dealer; living in Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1871C]
            Deceased by 1881 as wife Phebe is stated as a widow in 1881.
            Married \Phebe ?:c1810\
              Phebe is aged 40 in 1851 (so born c1811), born Handsworth, Yorkshire; living in Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1851C]
              Phebe is aged 61 in 1871 (so born c1810), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; living in Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1871C]
              Phebe is aged 71 in 1881 (so born c1810), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; living in Back Lane, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1881C]
              Phebe is aged 81 in 1891 (so born c1810), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; living in Cross St, Handsworth, Yorkshire; She is described as being deaf  [1891C]
              Not found in 1901 census - possibly deceased.
            Children:
              Charlotte Ward <68>, born c1850 (who brought up John Ward <45>)
              Handsworth parish registers indicate "Charlotte Ward Bapt April 28th {1850} of Woodhouse Cattle Dealer" [PR]
              \Ellen Pashley:c1841\
                Aged 40 in 1881 (so born c1841), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; living in Back Lane, Handsworth, Yorkshire; Stated to be a daughter of Phebe [1881C]
                Aged 40 (mistake, surely!) in 1891 (born c1851 if correct!), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; Baker; living in Cross St, Handsworth, Yorkshire [1891C]
              Other children - see siblings of Charlotte <68>
          \George Ward:c1814\
            Christened 08/05/1814, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [IGI]
            Handsworth parish registers indicate "George Ward Son of Thomas and Mary Woodhouse Farmer" [PR]
            Aged 28 in 1841 (so born c1813), born Yorkshire; Cattle Dealer; living in Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1841C]
            Voted for Eardley (the Whigs/liberals) in 1848 poll (see later for details)
            Aged 36 in 1851 (so born c1815), born Handsworth, Yorkshire; Cattle Dealer; living in Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1851C]
            Aged 47 in 1861 (so born c1814), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; Cattle Dealer; living in Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1861C]
            Built 'Netherfield House' in Handsworth in 1870 following his retirement (according to "Le Tall's Woodhouse").
            Aged 57 in 1871 (so born c1814), born Handsworth, Yorkshire; Retired Cattle Dealer; living in Netherfield House, Handsworth, Yorkshire (near Woodhouse Mill) [1871C]
            Deceased by 1881 as wife Anne is stated there to be a Widow, "Le Tall's Woodhouse" says he died in 1876.
              ===
              Page 26, "Le Tall's Woodhouse":
              "George <<123>> has retired: he paid particular attention to pig-jobbing
               when in business.  Upon his retiring he built Netherfield House in 1870."
              ===
              Page 60, "Le Tall's Woodhouse":
              {following from page 59, which discusses the year 1876}
              "Geo. Ward., who built Netherfield House, died this year."
              {goes on to discuss 1877 on the same page.}
              ===
            Married \Ann ?:c1829\
              Aged 22 in 1851 (so born c1829), born Sheffield, Yorkshire; living in Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1851C]
              Aged 42 in 1871 (so born c1829), born Sheffield, Yorkshire; living in Netherfield House, Handsworth, Yorkshire (near Woodhouse Mill) [1871C]
              Aged 52 in 1881 (so born c1829), born Sheffield, Yorkshire; Widow; Income from Houses Dividends; living in Furnace Lane, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1881C]
              Aged 62 in 1891 (so born c1829), born Sheffield, Yorkshire; Widow; Living on her own means; living in Beighton Rd, Endfield, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1891C]
              Aged 72 in 1901 (so born c1829), born Sheffield, Yorkshire; Widow; Living on own means; living in Station Road (Werlock Villa), Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1901C]
              Also present with Ann in 1901 is a servant \Alice Ward:c1881\, aged 20, born Nottingham, Nottinghamshire.  Any relation?
            Children:
              \Edward Ward:c1850\
                Aged 1 month in 1851 (so born c1850), born Woodhouse/Handsworth, Yorkshire; living in Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1851C]
                Unable to positively identify Edward in 1861 census
              \Charles Franklin Ward:c1854\
                Aged 17 in 1871 (so born c1854), born Handsworth, Yorkshire; Apprentice; living in Netherfield House, Handsworth, Yorkshire (near Woodhouse Mill) [1871C]
                Aged 27 in 1881 (so born c1854), born Handsworth, Yorkshire; Merchants clerk (out of employment); living in Furnace Lane, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1881C]
                Unable to positively identify Charles in 1891 census
                Aged 47 in 1901 (so born c1854), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; Manufacturer of table + other Cutlery; living in Station Road (Werlock Villa), Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1901C]
                Married \Emily ?:c1856\
                  Aged 45 in 1901 (so born c1856), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; living in Station Road (Werlock Villa), Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1901C]
                Children:
                  \George R Ward:c1883\
                    Aged 18 in 1901 (so born c1883), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; Apprentice to cutlery manufacturer; living in Station Road (Werlock Villa), Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1901C]
                  \Harold V Ward:c1887\
                    Aged 14 in 1901 (so born c1887), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; living in Station Road (Werlock Villa), Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1901C]
                  \Clement C Ward:c1888\
                    Aged 13 in 1901 (so born c1888), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; living in Station Road (Werlock Villa), Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1901C]
                  \Margaret A Ward:c1891\
                    Aged 10 in 1901 (so born c1891), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; living in Station Road (Werlock Villa), Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1901C]
              \Albert Edward Ward:c1863\
                Aged 8 in 1871 (so born c1863), born Handsworth, Yorkshire; Scholar; living in Netherfield House, Handsworth, Yorkshire (near Woodhouse Mill) [1871C]
                Aged 18 in 1881 (so born c1863), born Handsworth, Yorkshire; Bankers clerk; living in Furnace Lane, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1881C]
                Aged 28 in 1891 (so born c1863), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; Bankers clerk; living in Awdrey Cottage, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1891C]
                Deceased by 1901 as wife Helena is stated there to be a Widow.
                Married \Helena ?:c1857\
                  Aged 34 in 1891 (so born c1857), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; living in Awdrey Cottage, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1891C]
                  Aged 44 in 1901 (so born c1857), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; Widow; Living on own means; living in Station Road (Audrey Cottage), Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1901C]
                Children:
                  \Dorothy Bing Ward:1891\
                    Aged 1 month in 1891 (so born 1891), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; living in Awdrey Cottage, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1891C]
                    Aged 10 in 1901 so born c1891), born Woodhouse, Yorkshire; living in Station Road (Audrey Cottage), Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1901C]
              \Annie Mary Ward:c1865\
                Aged 6 in 1871 (so born c1865), born Handsworth, Yorkshire; Scholar; living in Netherfield House, Handsworth, Yorkshire (near Woodhouse Mill) [1871C]
                Aged 16 in 1881 (so born c1865), born Handsworth, Yorkshire; living in Furnace Lane, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1881C]
                Aged 26 in 1891 (so born c1865), born Handsworth, Woodhouse, Yorkshire; living in Beighton Rd, Endfield, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1891C]
                Could not find in 1901 - perhaps she married?
Notes:

Named on birth cert of son Walter <<90>> (registered 31/12/1841) as a 'Jobber' (informant was wife Elizabeth <124>).
Named on birth cert of daughter Clara <<90>> (registered 28/06/1845) as a Cattle Dealer (informant was wife Elizabeth <124>).
Named on birth cert of son Bernard <<90>> (registered 28/03/1848) as a Farmer (informant was wife Elizabeth <124>).
Named on birth cert of son Arthur <90> (registered 20/04/1850) as a Cattle Dealer (informant was Daniel himself).

Daniel <123> and Elizabeth <124>'s marriage:
Marriage Ref: Daniel Ward, Elizabeth Elliott, Dec 1838, Sheffield, 22/556
On FreeBMD:
  Marriages Dec 1838
  BUTCHER  Sarah    Sheffield  22 556
  COLTON  Elizabeth     Sheffield  22 556
  Elliott  Elizabeth     Sheffield  22 556   **********************
  Kelly  John     Sheffield  22 556
  SMITH  Frances     Sheffield  22 556
  SUMMERHILL  Mary     Sheffield  22 556
  Ward  Daniel     Sheffield  22 556   **********************
  WHITE  William     Sheffield  22 556
Confirmed on the GRO image that Daniel Ward married Oct-Dec 1838, Sheffield, 22/556
This fits with the known places and dates of Daniel, Elizabeth and the children <90>.
Earliest presently known child was Walter <<90>> in 1841, only 3 years after 1838.
While initially unsure which Elizabeth (Elliott or Colton) applied, birth certs of
  Arthur <90> and siblings confirm Elizabeth Elliott as their mother.
Therefore, when ordered, this gives information on Daniel and Elizabeths fathers,
pushing the Ward line back into the 1700's.  Daniels father is named as Thomas Ward (a Pig Jobber),
and Elizabeths as George Ward (a Farmer).  This may in turn allow indentification of Xening
records in the IGI/parish records naming Daniels mother and Elizabeths mother.

  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1838 Marriage solumnized by banns in the par of Sheff'd in the County of York
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  095  Dec 25                  Daniel Ward                21         Bachelor    Pig jobber     Hallam                              Thos. Ward                 Pig jobber
                               Elizabeth Elliott          23         Spinster                   Hallam                              Geo. Elliott               Farmer
  Married in the Par Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church by me (sig) John Gibson, Ap't Min.
  This Marriage                                    in the
  was solumnized  (sig) Daniel Ward                Presence   (sig) John Elliott
  between us      (sig) Elizabeth Elliott          of us      (sig) Mudson
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


Le Tall's Woodhouse:

Page 8 :
[...] Where Thomas Ward, senior <<123>>, pig jobber, at present resides, we find these initials,
 N
G M
1688
I believe it to be Godfrey and Mary Newbold.  Whether the Godfrey that rented some of the land
belonging to the Friends, or the Godfrey Newbold, senior, that is mentioned in the old
records of the Friends meetings at Woodhouse, I cannot say, but that it was one of them there
appears no doubt [...]

Page 19 (bottom) to page 20 (top) :
[...] Woodhouse Common was enclosed in 1804 and 1805.
[...] When the Common was unenclosed there were gates near the Brick Kiln Close,
to keep cattle from straying into the town when put upon the Common.
Thomas Ward <<123>>, pig-jobber, 1873, says the valley on the north of Northanton Hill
was a sheep run of George Hibbard's, and on the south side of Peter Birks'
in his grandfather's day. [...]

Pages 26 to 27 :
WARD FAMILY.
The Ward's are a cattle-dealing family.  Thomas <<123>>, George <<123>>,
and Daniel <123>, all in the cattle line, are the sons of one Thomas <128>,
who dealt in cattle, and Thomas was the son of George <69>, and
George was the son of John <71>, so John would be the great-grand-
-father of the Thomas, George and Daniel <123> of this generation.
Thomas tells me his great-grandfather <71> was a shoemaker by
trade, and lived on the property at Stubbin Lane-end which
the Wards purchased ultimately.  he commenced dealing in
sheep, which he kept on the common and took to Chesterfield
market to sell.  He preferred cattle-dealing to shoemaking so
left the last: and his descendants have evidently approved of
their great-grandfather's act, for they keep to cattle-dealing.
George <<123>> has retired: he paid particular attention to pig-jobbing
when in business.  Upon his retiring he built Netherfield House
in 1870.  Thomas <<123>>, his elder brother, took his trade, and now
(1873) does a large business.  His sons Tom, James and Fred <<68>>
are all his assistants.  They procure many cattle and swine
from Ireland for the English Market.  Daniel <123> died at Derby:
his son is also a cattle-dealer.  John Ward, another branch of
family, was a stone-mason: William, his brother, was a gardener.
John Ward, butcher, living 1873, is another branch.
Rowland, auctioneer, is brother to John the butcher: he is
living (1873).  The Wards of Swallownest are also blood
relations to the Wards of Woodhouse.

Page 60 :
{following from page 59, which discusses the year 1876}
[...]
Geo. Ward. <<123>>, who built Netherfield House, died this year.
[...]
{goes on to discuss 1877 on the same page.}

Page 82 :
"Parish Meeting assembled 14th of February, 1849.
BENJAMIN LETALL in the Chair. Resolved:-
  1. That it is the opinion of this meeting and in accord
with former minutes entered in the parish book, that the
only right, proper and legal manner of electing a Schoolmaster
for the Parish School in the village of Woodhouse is
vested in the ratepayers in Vestry assembled.
  2. That this meeting be adjourned to the 21st instant
at half-past six for the purpose of appointing a committee,
and the following persons are to wait upon the Churchwardens
and Rector to come to an amicable arrangement.
Signed by Edw. Hobson, Geo. Ward, Sen., Wm. Hooley,
Benj. LeTall.  The Vestry then adjourned from the 14th to
the 21st of February."
  "Meeting on 21st.  Assembled.  The deputation appointed
report they had an interview with Rector and Churchwardens,
which was not to satisfaction: for they refuse the
parishoners the right of electing a committee; which this
meeting now declares to be arbitrary and contrary to all
former precedent in the electing of a Schoolmaster for the
Parish School at Woodhouse, and the following persons were
proposed by the deputation as a committee: -
John B. Brown, Thomas Dunn, Edward Dodson, William Cadman,
Matthew Habbershon, Robert Hawksworth, George Ward, Senr.,
J. W. Birks, P. France, Benjamin LeTall, Danl. Ward,
William France, together with the Rector and Churchwardens
for time being.  And this meeting is of the opinion that it is
a fair, just and reasonable appointment and any other parties
appointed will be deemed illegal and unjust, unless in accordance
with former precedent. - Signed by these parishoners present.
- P. France, George Ward, J. W. Birks, Wm. Newbould, Junr.,
J. H. Jones, John Rodgers, Senr., Wm. Castle, Thomas Bower,
Joseph Dennison, Joseph Ward, Thomas Bacon, George Gray,"
etc., there are 38 signatures in all.


1841 census:

Civil parish: Sheffield
Hundred: Strafforth and Tickhill (South Division)
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England
Street address: Tapton

Source information: HO107/1334/2
Registration district: Ecclesall Bierlow
Sub-registration district: Nether Hallam
ED, institution, or vessel: 4
Folio: 64
Page: 10
Line number: 20
GSU Number: 464280

Name                  MF  Age     Occupation       Birthplace    EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Daniel Ward           M   20-24   Cattle Dealer    Y             abt 1819  Daniel Ward <123>
Elizabeth Ward        F   20-24                    Y             abt 1819  Elizabeth Elliott <124>
George Ward           M   1                        Y             abt 1840
Mary Hancock          F   15-19   F.S              Y             abt 1824


1848 Poll:

"On December 14th and 15th, 1848 an election was held to determine the member of Parliament for the West Riding,
the previous incumbent, Lord Morpeth, having gone to the House of Lords following the death of his father,
the Earl of Carlisle.  The candidates standing in the election were Edmund Denison, Esq. representing the Tories
and Sir Culling Eardley for the Whigs (Liberals)."

Daniel voted for Eardley (for the Whigs) - but Denison (the Tories) won in Handsworth and (marginally)
in the rest of the West Riding.

+--------------------------------
| title  forename  surname  residence  township    voted
|        Daniel    WARD     Woodhouse  Handsworth  Eardley
|        George    WARD     Woodhouse  Handsworth  Eardley
|        Thomas    WARD     Woodhouse  Handsworth  Eardley
+--------------------------------

+--------------------------------
|                           Eligible  Denison   Eardley
|                           Voters
| Handsworth                108        60        28
|   Total                   2981      1177      1176
+--------------------------------

(Earlier, in 1846, this diary entry from http://sheffielddiary.blogspot.com/ was written:
 "1846
  February 4th.
  Lord Morpeth re-elected MP. for the West Riding of Yorkshire, in place of Mr. John Stuart Wortley,
  who is called to the House of Lords from the death of his father (Wharncliffe).
  Morpeth is free trade for ever."
 Evidently, Lord Morpeth was elected in 1846, and ascended to the House of Lords in 1848,
 at which point Denison won the resulting election and took over the seat in the House of Commons.)


1851 census:

Parish:   Handsworth
Village:  Woodhouse
Address:  Road house

County/Island: Yorkshire
Source information: HO107/2342
Registration district: Sheffield
Sub-registration district: Brightside
ED, institution, or vessel: 1
Folio: 561
Page: 17
Household schedule number: 60
GSU Number: 87598-87600

Name                  MF  Relation   Mar   Age   Occupation       Birthplace          EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Daniel Ward           M   Head       Mar   33    Cattle dealer    Yorks Handsworth    abt 1818  Daniel Ward <123>
Elizabeth Ward        F   Wife       Mar   35                     Yorks Hallam        abt 1816  Elizabeth Elliott <124>
Walter Ward           M   Son               9    Scholar          Yorks Handsworth    abt 1842
Clara Ward            F   Daur              5    Scholar          Yorks Handsworth    abt 1846
Bernard Ward          M   Son               3                     Yorks Handsworth    abt 1848  Bernard Ward <<90>>
Arthur Ward           M   Son               1                     Yorks Handsworth    abt 1850  Arthur Ward <90>
Margaret Brasington   F   Servant    U     18    General Servant  Stafford Warslow    abt 1833


1861 census:

Civil parish: St Alkmund
County/Island: Derbyshire
Country: England
Address: 3 Darwin Terrace

Source information: RG9/2495
Registration district: Derby
Sub-registration district: St Alkmund
ED, institution, or vessel: 12
Folio: 7
Page: 13
Household schedule number: 64
GSU Number: 542979

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age        Occupation               Birthplace                                  EstBYear  Individual
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Daniel Ward            M    Head      Mar   45         Cattle Dealer            Handsworth, Woodhouse, Yorkshire, England   abt 1816  Daniel Ward <123>
Elizabeth Ward         F    Wife      Mar   45                                  Upper Hallam, Yorkshire, England            abt 1816  Elizabeth ____ <124>
Clara Ward             F    Daughter        15         Scholar                  Handsworth, Woodhouse, Yorkshire, England   abt 1846  Clara Ward <<90>>
Bernard Ward           M    Son             13         Scholar                  Handsworth, Woodhouse, Yorkshire, England   abt 1848  Bernard Ward <<90>>
Arthur Ward            M    Son             10         Scholar                  Handsworth, Woodhouse, Yorkshire, England   abt 1851  Arthur Ward <90>


Not present in the 1871 census with wife Elizabeth <124>, so died between 1861 and 1871.
Died in Oct-Dec 1869, Derby district.
Daniel Ward, Dec 1869, age 52, Derby, 7b/309 [freebmd, GRO image]

  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Derby
  1869 DEATH in the Sub-district of Saint Peter in the County of Derby
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex     Age     Occupation             Cause of death              Informant              When reg.           Registrar
  393  Eighth December 1869           Daniel       Male    52      Cattle dealer          Congestion of lungs         Bernard Ward           Ninth December      James Jay
       7 Traffic Street               Ward                 years                          Certified                   Present at death       1869                Registrar
                                                                                                                      7 Traffic Street
                                                                                                                      Derby
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


This is a likely christening for Daniel in the IGI:

DANIEL WARD
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  12 AUG 1817   Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  THOMAS WARD
  Mother:  MARY
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C109321  1813 - 1874  0990889   Film  6902414   Film
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1598-1874  Church of England. Parish Church of Handsworth (Yorkshire)

Which if right would make these his likely siblings:

THOMAS WARD
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:  25 AUG 1811
 Christening:  06 OCT 1811   Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  THOMAS WARD
  Mother:  MARY
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 J109323  1765 - 1812  0990889   Film  6902414   Film
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1598-1874  Church of England. Parish Church of Handsworth (Yorkshire)

GEORGE WARD
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  08 MAY 1814   Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  THOMAS WARD
  Mother:  MARY
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C109321  1813 - 1874  0990889   Film  6902414   Film
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1598-1874  Church of England. Parish Church of Handsworth (Yorkshire)

Handsworth parish registers indicate:
  "Oct 6th 1811 Thomas son of Thos and Mary Ward of Woodhouse Bapt born 25th Aug 1811." [PR] (Thomas Ward born 25/08/1811, christened 06/10/1811, Handsworth [IGI])
  "George Ward Son of Thomas and Mary Woodhouse Farmer" [PR] (George Ward born about 1814, christened 08/05/1814, Handsworth [IGI])
  "Daniel Ward born 29th July 1817 Handsworth christened 31 Aug 1817 Son of Thomas and Mary of Woodhouse Farmer" [PR] (Daniel Ward born about 1817, Handsworth, christened 12/08/1817, Handsworth [IGI])



Parents Thomas <128> and Mary <129> in 1841:

Street address: Handsworth, Woodhouse
Civil parish: Handsworth
Hundred: Strafforth and Tickhill (South Division)
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England

Source information: HO107/1331/6
Registration district: Sheffield
Sub-registration district: Handsworth
ED, institution, or vessel: 4
Folio: 14
Page: 21
Line number: 16
GSU Number: 464278

Name          MF   Age    Occupation      EstBYear    Birthplace
Thomas Ward   M    60     Cattle Dealer   abt 1781    Yorkshire
Thomas Ward   M    30     Cattle Dealer   abt 1811    Yorkshire
George Ward   M    28     Cattle Dealer   abt 1813    Yorkshire
Mary Ward     F    60                     abt 1781    Yorkshire


Phebe Ward (widow of Thomas c1811/c1812) in 1891:

  Street address: Cross St
  Civil parish: Handsworth
  Ecclesiastical parish: Woodhouse
  Town: Woodhouse
  County/Island: Yorkshire
  Country: England

  Registration district: Sheffield
  Sub registration district: Handsworth
  ED, institution, or vessel: 5

  Name                MF  Relation    MStatus    Age   Occupation         Birthplace           Disabilities
  Ellen Pashley       F   Head        S          40    Baker              Yorks Woodhouse
  Phebe Ward          F   Mother      Wid        81                       Yorks Woodhouse      Deaf
  Ada Wragg           F   Serv        S          23    General Serv Dom   Yorks Woodhouse      Imbecile

  (Not a nice thing to call your servant!  Also notice how Ellen Pashley defies time remaining at age 40 compared to the 1881!)

Phebe Ward (widow of Thomas c1811/c1812) in 1881:

  Street address: Back Lane
  Civil parish: Handsworth
  County/Island: Yorkshire
  Country: England

  Registration district: Sheffield
  Sub registration district: Handsworth
  ED, institution, or vessel: 4

  Name                MF  Relation    MStatus    Age   Occupation         Birthplace
  Phebe Ward          F   Head        Wid        71                       York Woodhouse
  Ellen Pashley       F   Daur        Unm        40    Shopkeeper         York Woodhouse
  Frederick Ward      M   Son         Unm        34    Cattle Dealer      York Woodhouse
  Elizabeth Percival  F   Serv                   12                       York Woodhouse

Thomas Ward of c1811/c1812 in 1871:
  Civil Parish: Handsworth
  Town: Woodhouse
  County/Island: Yorkshire
  Country: England
  Street address: Woodhouse
  Source information: RG10/4700
  Registration district: Sheffield
  Sub-registration district: Handsworth
  ED, institution, or vessel: 4
  Folio: 71
  Page: 7
  Household schedule number: 31
  GSU Number: 847240
  Household:
    NAME              REL        MF  M.ST  AGE  OCCUPATION                  BIRTHPLACE            EstBYear
    Thomas Ward Snr   Head       M   Mar   59   Cattle Dealer               Yorks Woodhouse       abt 1812
    Phebea Ward       Wife       F   Mar   61                               Yorks Woodhouse       abt 1810
    Mary Jane Ward    Daur       F   Umn   22                               Yorks Woodhouse       abt 1849
    Charlotte Ward    Daur       F   Unm   20                               Yorks Woodhouse       abt 1851
    Phebea Ward       Daur       F   Unm   18                               Yorks Woodhouse       abt 1853
    Frederick Ward    Son        M   Unm   25                               Yorks Woodhouse       abt 1846
    Abraham Mallison  Visitor    M   Unm   48   Cattle Dealer               Yorks Huddersfield    abt 1823
    William Fletcher  Visitor    M   Widr  46   Cattle Dealer               Lanc_sh Manchester    abt 1825
    William Hall      Visitor    M   Unm   23   Cattle Dealer               Lanc_sh Manchester    abt 1848

Thomas Ward of c1811/c1812 in 1851:
  Street address: Woodhouse
  Civil parish: Handsworth
  County/Island: Yorkshire
  Country: England
  Source information: HO107/2342
  Registration district: Sheffield
  Sub-registration district: Brightside
  ED, institution, or vessel: 1
  Folio: 556
  Page: 7
  Household schedule number: 23
  GSU Number: 87598-87600
    Name              MF  Relation     MStatus  Age  Occupation       Birthplace              EstBYear
    Thomas Ward       M   Head         Mar      39   Cattle Dealer    York're Handsworth      abt 1812
    Phebe Ward        F   Wife         Mar      40                    York're Handsworth      abt 1811
    Thos Ward         M   Son                    7   Scholar          York're Handsworth      abt 1844
    James Ward        M   Son                    5   Scholar          York're Handsworth      abt 1846
    Frederic Ward     M   Son                    4   Scholar          York're Handsworth      abt 1847
    Mary J Ward       F   Daughter               2                    York're Handsworth      abt 1849
    Charlotte Ward    F   Daughter               1                    York're Handsworth      abt 1850
    George Pashley    M   Wife's Son            15   Scholar          York're Handsworth      abt 1836
    Lydia Sales       F   Servant               60   House Servant    Derby're Stavely        abt 1791

Unable to determine Thomas and Phebe in the 1841 census yet - possible parents of Thomas being Thomas(1781) and Mary(1781)?

IGI christening of Thomas' daughter Charlotte <68> :
CHARLOTTE WARD
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  28 APR 1850   Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  THOMAS WARD
  Mother:  PHOEBE
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C109321  1813 - 1874  0990889   Film  6902414   Film
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1598-1874  Church of England. Parish Church of Handsworth (Yorkshire)




George Ward of c1813:

George in 1851:

Street address: Woodhouse
Civil parish: Handsworth
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England

Source information: HO107/2342
Registration district: Sheffield
Sub-registration district: Brightside
ED, institution, or vessel: 2
Folio: 589
Page: 28
Household schedule number: 121
GSU Number: 87598-87600

Name          MF   Relation   MStatus  Age   Occupation          Birthplace                     EstBYear
George Ward   M    Head       Mar      36    Cattle Dealer       Yorks Handsworth               abt 1815
Anne Ward     F    Wife       Mar      22                        Yorks Sheffield                abt 1829
Edward Ward   M    Son                 1m                        Yorks Handsworth Woodhouse     abt 1850
Thomas Ward   M    Father     Widr     70    Landed proprietor   Yorks Handsworth Woodhouse     abt 1781
Emma Hall     F    Serv't     U        17    House serv          Yorks Handsworth               abt 1834

George in 1861:

Street address: Woodhouse
Civil parish: Handsworth
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England

Source information: RG9/3501
Registration district: Sheffield
Sub-registration district: Handsworth
ED, institution, or vessel: 2
Folio: 31
Page: 20
Household schedule number: 121
GSU Number: 543142

Name            MF   Relation   MStatus  Age   Occupation          Birthplace                     EstBYear
George Ward     M    Head       Mar      47    Cattle Dealer       Woodhouse Yorks                abt 1814
Jane Tumand     F    Visitor    Un       22                        Sheffield Yorks                abt 1839
Emma Cowley     F    Servant    Un       21                        Woodhouse Yorks                abt 1840
James Tberson   M    Servant    Un       32    Cattle Drover       Huddersfield Yorks             abt 1829
Henrey Hoole    M    Servant    Un       18    Cattle Drover       Chesterfield Derbys            abt 1843

George in 1871:

Street address: Netherfield House  (place before is Woodhouse Mill, followed by sth that looks a bit like Furnace Dams)
Civil Parish: Handsworth
Town: Woodhouse Mill and Woodhouse Junction
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England

Source information: RG10/4700
Registration district: Sheffield
Sub-registration district: Handsworth
ED, institution, or vessel: 2
Folio: 36
Page: 14
Household schedule number: 62
GSU Number: 847240

Name                     MF   Relation   MStatus  Age   Occupation                 Birthplace                     EstBYear
George Ward              M    Head       Mar      57    Retired Cattle Dealer      Yorks Handsworth               abt 1814
Ann                      F    Wife       Mar      42                               Yorks Sheffield                abt 1829
Charles Franklin Ward    M    Son        Unm      17    Apprentice                 Yorks Handswth                 abt 1854
Albert Edw'd Ward        M    Son                  8    Scholar                    Yorks Handswth                 abt 1863
Annie Mary Ward          F    Daur                 6    Scholar                    Yorks Handswth                 abt 1865
Elizabeth Cotterill      F    Servt      Unm      26    General servant            Derbyshire Derwent Woodland    abt 1845
Elizabeth Richardson     F    Servt      Unm      14    Under servant (domestic)   Yorks Handswth                 abt 1857
Mary Elzie               F    Charwoman  Widow    67    Charwoman                  Derbys Killamarsh              abt 1804

Could not find in 1881 or 1891 - presumed dead



Charles, Albert and Annie in 1881 (living with mother Ann) :

Street address: Furnace Lane
Civil parish: Handsworth
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England

Registration district: Sheffield
Sub registration district: Handsworth
ED, institution, or vessel: 2

Name               MF  Relation   MStatus  Age  Occupation                            Birthplace
Ann Ward           F   Head       Widow    52   Income from Houses Dividends          York Sheffield
Charles F Ward     M   Son        Unm      27   Merchants clerk (out of employment)   York Handsworth
Albert E Ward      M   Son        Unm      18   Bankers clerk                         York Handsworth
Annie M Ward       F   Daur       Unm      16                                         York Handsworth
Julia A. Atherley  F   Serv't     Unm      18   Domestic Servant                      Notts Greasley


Albert in 1891:

Street address: Awdry Cottage
Civil parish: Handsworth
Ecclesiastical parish: Woodhouse St James
Town: Woodhouse
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England

Registration district: Sheffield
Sub registration district: Handsworth
ED, institution, or vessel: 4

Name                 MF  Relation   MStatus  Age    Occupation                            Birthplace
Albert E. Ward       M   Head       M        28     Bankers Clerk                         Woodhouse, Yorkshire
Helena Ward          F   Wife       M        34                                           Woodhouse, Yorkshire
Dorothy Bing Ward    F   Daur                1 mo                                         Woodhouse, Yorkshire
Betsy Hardcastle     F   Ser        S        25     Temporary (midwife?) or Domestic Ser  Woodhouse, Yorkshire
Janet Metter         F   Ser        S        20     General Ser (Homestee)                Woodhouse, Yorkshire


Annie Ward (and mother Ann) in 1891:

Street address: Beighton Rd, Endfield
Civil parish: Handsworth
Ecclesiastical parish: Woodhouse St James
Town: Woodhouse
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England

Registration district: Sheffield
Sub registration district: Handsworth
ED, institution, or vessel: 4

Name                 MF  Relation   MStatus  Age    Occupation                            Birthplace
Ann Ward             F   Head       Wid      62     Living on her own means               Sheffield Yorks
Annie M. Ward        F   Daur       S        26                                           H Woodhouse Yorks
Mary B Booth         F   Ser        S        25     General Servant (Domestic)            Cowley Derbys


Ann Ward (wife of George) in 1901:

Street address: Station Road (Werlock Villa)
Civil parish: Handsworth
Ecclesiastical parish: Handsworth Woodhouse St James
Town: Station Road
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England

Registration district: Sheffield
Sub-registration district: Handsworth
ED, institution, or vessel: 4
Neighbors: View others on page
Household schedule number: 28

Name                 MF  Relation   MStatus  Age    Occupation                            Birthplace
Ann Ward             F   Head       Wid      72     Living on own means                   Yorks Sheffield
Ann Parr             F   Nurse      Wid      59     Nurse (domestic)                      Yorks Stannington
Alice Ward           F   Serv       S        20     General Servant (domestic)            Notts Nottingham

Next door is son Charles F Ward!

Street address: Station Road (Werlock Villa)
Civil parish: Handsworth
Ecclesiastical parish: Handsworth Woodhouse St James
Town: Station Road
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England

Name                 MF  Relation   MStatus  Age    Occupation                               Birthplace
Charles F Ward       M   Head       M        47     Manufacturer of table + other Cutlery    Yorks Woodhouse
Emily Ward           F   Wife       M        45                                              Yorks Woodhouse
George R Ward        M   Son        S        18     Apprentice to cutlery manufacturer       Yorks Woodhouse
Harold V Ward        M   Son                 14                                              Yorks Woodhouse
Clement C Ward       M   Son                 13                                              Yorks Woodhouse
Margaret A Ward      F   Daur                10                                              Yorks Woodhouse
Edith Ger            F   Ser        S        22     General Servant (Domestic)               Yorks Sheffield

Next door again is Helena Ward (wife of Albert)!

Street address: Station Road (Audrey Cottage)
Civil parish: Handsworth
Ecclesiastical parish: Handsworth Woodhouse St James
Town: Station Road
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England

Name                 MF  Relation   MStatus  Age    Occupation                               Birthplace
Helena Ward          F   Head       Wid      44     Living on own means                      Yorks Woodhouse
Dorothy B Ward       F   Daur                10                                              Yorks Woodhouse
Edith Wheeler        F   Servant    S        17     General Servant (Domestic)               Yorks Intake

/=============================================================================/

ID:       <124>
Status:   D
Name:     \Elizabeth Elliott\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -5
Position: 000001
Born:     c1816, Hallam, Yorkshire [1851C]
          c1816, Upper Hallam, Yorkshire [1861C]
          c1814, Sheffield, Yorkshire [1871C]
          c1815, Upper Hallam, Yorkshire [1881C]
          c1814, Sheffield, Yorkshire [1891C]
          c1817-c1821, Yorkshire [1841C]
          Marriage cert gives an age of 23 in 1838, suggesting a birth c1815 [marriage cert]
          Death cert gives an age of 78 in 1892, suggesting a birth c1814 [death cert]
Married:  25/12/1838, Sheffield, Yorkshire [cert]
Died:     01/03/1892, Woodhouse, Sheffield, Yorkshire [cert]
Partner:  <123>
Child:    <90>
Father:   <130>
Mother:   <131>
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

Named on birth cert of son Walter <<90>> (registered 31/12/1841) as Elizabeth Ward formerly Elliott.
Named on birth cert of daughter Clara <<90>> (registered 28/06/1845) as Elizabeth Ward formerly Elliott.
Named on birth cert of son Bernard <<90>> (registered 28/03/1848) as Elizabeth Ward formerly Elliott,
  where she described husband Daniel <123> as a Farmer (later in 1850 he described himself as a Cattle Dealer).
Named on birth cert of son Arthur <<90>> (registered 20/04/1850) as Elizabeth Ward formerly Elliott.

Daniel <123> and Elizabeth <124>'s marriage:
Marriage Ref: Daniel Ward, Elizabeth Elliott, Dec 1838, Sheffield, 22/556
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1838 Marriage solumnized by banns in the par of Sheff'd in the County of York
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  095  Dec 25                  Daniel Ward                21         Bachelor    Pig jobber     Hallam                              Thos. Ward                 Pig jobber
                               Elizabeth Elliott          23         Spinster                   Hallam                              Geo. Elliott               Farmer
  Married in the Par Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church by me (sig) John Gibson, Ap't Min.
  This Marriage                                    in the
  was solumnized  (sig) Daniel Ward                Presence   (sig) John Elliott
  between us      (sig) Elizabeth Elliott          of us      (sig) Mudson
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Who is \John Elliott\, and what relation is he to Elizabeth (not her father - her brother possibly) ??

1841 census:

Civil parish: Sheffield
Hundred: Strafforth and Tickhill (South Division)
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England
Street address: Tapton

Source information: HO107/1334/2
Registration district: Ecclesall Bierlow
Sub-registration district: Nether Hallam
ED, institution, or vessel: 4
Folio: 64
Page: 10
Line number: 20
GSU Number: 464280

Name                  MF  Age     Occupation       Birthplace    EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Daniel Ward           M   20-24   Cattle Dealer    Y             abt 1819  Daniel Ward <123>
Elizabeth Ward        F   20-24                    Y             abt 1819  Elizabeth Elliott <124>
George Ward           M   1                        Y             abt 1840
Mary Hancock          F   15-19   F.S              Y             abt 1824

1851 census:

Parish:   Handsworth
Village:  Woodhouse
Address:  Road house

County/Island: Yorkshire
Source information: HO107/2342
Registration district: Sheffield
Sub-registration district: Brightside
ED, institution, or vessel: 1
Folio: 561
Page: 17 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 60
GSU Number: 87598-87600

Name                  MF  Relation   Mar   Age   Occupation       Birthplace          EstBYear  Individual
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Daniel Ward           M   Head       Mar   33    Cattle dealer    Yorks Handsworth    abt 1818  Daniel Ward <123>
Elizabeth Ward        F   Wife       Mar   35                     Yorks Hallam        abt 1816  Elizabeth Elliott <124>
Walter Ward           M   Son               9    Scholar          Yorks Handsworth    abt 1842  Walter Ward <<90>>
Clara Ward            F   Daur              5    Scholar          Yorks Handsworth    abt 1846  Clara Ward <<90>>
Bernard Ward          M   Son               3                     Yorks Handsworth    abt 1848  Bernard Ward <<90>>
Arthur Ward           M   Son               1                     Yorks Handsworth    abt 1850  Arthur Ward <90>
Margaret Brasington   F   Servant    U     18    General Servant  Stafford Warslow    abt 1833


1861 census:

Civil parish: St Alkmund
County/Island: Derbyshire
Country: England
Address: 3 Darwin Terrace

Source information: RG9/2495
Registration district: Derby
Sub-registration district: St Alkmund
ED, institution, or vessel: 12
Folio: 7
Page: 13
Household schedule number: 64
GSU Number: 542979

Name                   MF   Relation  Marr  Age        Occupation               Birthplace                                  EstBYear  Individual
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Daniel Ward            M    Head      Mar   45         Cattle Dealer            Handsworth, Woodhouse, Yorkshire, England   abt 1816  Daniel Ward <123>
Elizabeth Ward         F    Wife      Mar   45                                  Upper Hallam, Yorkshire, England            abt 1816  Elizabeth Elliott <124>
Clara Ward             F    Daughter        15         Scholar                  Handsworth, Woodhouse, Yorkshire, England   abt 1846  Clara Ward <<90>>
Bernard Ward           M    Son             13         Scholar                  Handsworth, Woodhouse, Yorkshire, England   abt 1848  Bernard Ward <<90>>
Arthur Ward            M    Son             10         Scholar                  Handsworth, Woodhouse, Yorkshire, England   abt 1851  Arthur Ward <90>

1871 census:

Civil Parish: St Peter
Ecclesiastical parish: Trinity
County/Island: Derbyshire
Country: England
Street Address: 7 Traffic St

Source information: RG10/3564
Registration district: Derby
Sub-registration district: St Peter
ED, institution, or vessel: 3
Folio: 52
Page: 2
Household schedule number: 8
GSU Number: 839767

Name                    MF   Relation  Marr  Age        Occupation                    Birthplace                    EstBYear  Individual
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Elizabeth Ward          F    Head      Widow 57                                       Yorkshire Sheffield           abt 1814  Elizabeth Elliott <124>
Clard Ward              F    Daur      Unm   25                                       Warwickshire Handsworth       abt 1846  Clara Ward <<90>>
Bernard Ward            M    Son       Unm   23         Dealer                        Warwickshire Handsworth       abt 1848  Bernard Ward <<90>>
Cornelius Ickermershen  M    Boarder   Unm   28         Manager of a Cheese Factory   New York U.S. of America      abt 1843

1881 census - living with daughter Clara <<90>> :

Civil parish: Handsworth
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England
Street address: Main Street Woodhouse

Source information: RG12/4669
Registration district: Sheffield
Sub registration district: Handsworth
ED, institution, or vessel: 3
Folio: 76
Page: 34
GSU Number: 1342129

Name                    MF   Relation            Marr  Age        Occupation                    Birthplace                    EstBYear  Individual
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
James Brookes           M    Head                Mar   41         Draper Grocer empl 2 men + 1 apprentice
                                                                                                Yorkshire Great Houghton      abt 1840
Clara Brookes           F    Wife                Mar   35                                       Yorkshire Handsworth          abt 1846  Clara Ward <<90>>
George Brookes          M    Son                        2                                       Yorkshire Handsworth          abt 1879
Elizabeth Ward          F    Mother in law       Widr  66                                       Yorkshire Upper Hallam        abt 1815  Elizabeth Elliott <124>
John William Pearson    M    Apprentice                16         Draper + Grocer               Yorkshire Great Houghton      abt 1865

1891 census - still with Clara <<90>> :

Civil parish: Handsworth
Ecclesiastical parish: Woodhouse
Town: Woodhouse
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England
Street address: Markst(?) St

Source information: RG12/3843
Registration district: Sheffield
Sub registration district: Handsworth
ED, institution, or vessel: 5
Folio: 4
Page: 3
GSU Number: 6098953

Name                    MF   Relation            Marr  Age        Occupation                    Birthplace                    EstBYear  Individual
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
James Brooke            M    Head                M     51         Grocer + Draper               Yorks Great Houghton          abt 1840
Clara Brooke            F    Wife                M     45                                       Yorks Woodhouse               abt 1846  Clara Ward <<90>>
George Brooke           M    Son                 S     12         Scholar                       Yorks Woodhouse               abt 1879
Clara Hilda Brooke      F    Daur                S      8         Scholar                       Yorks Woodhouse               abt 1883
Sidney Brooke           F    Son                 S      5         Scholar                       Yorks Woodhouse               abt 1886
Elizabeth Ward          F    Mother in law       Wid   77                                       Yorks Sheffield               abt 1814  Elizabeth Elliott <124>
Bessie Ward             F    Visitor             S     12                                       Derby Derby                   abt 1879
Charles Goodwin         M    Apprentice          S     14         Grocer's Apprentice           Yorks Woodhouse Mill          abt 1877

Notice \Bessie Ward:c1879\ present aged 12 in the 1891 census with Elizabeth and Clara.
Who is Bessie?

Elizabeth is not present in the 1901 census with Clara <<90>> - Elizabeth is most likely deceased.
By 1901, Clara has moved to Leicester.

These possible death cert references were found in FreeBMD:
  1) Deaths Mar 1892
     Ward  Elizabeth  78  Sheffield  9c 381
  2) Deaths Jun 1894
     Ward  Elizabeth  78  Leicester  7a 89
The Sheffield cert gives a birth of about 1814 based on age of death.
The Leicester cert gives a birth of about 1816 based on age of death.
Confirmed correct FreeBMD transcription of Elizabeth Ward, Mar 1892, age 78, Sheffield, 9c/381 on GRO image.
Confirmed correct FreeBMD transcription of Elizabeth Ward, Jun 1894, age 78, Leicester, 7a/89 on GRO image.
The question is did Elizabeth die before Clara moved to Leicester, or after?
Ordered both certificates.  The Sheffield cert is the correct one.

Elizabeth <124>'s death:
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  REGISTRATION DISTRICT Sheffield
  1892 DEATH in the Sub-district of Handsworth in the County of York
  No.  When/where                     Name         Sex     Age     Occupation             Cause of death              Informant              When reg.           Registrar
  116  First March 1892               Elizabeth    Female  78      Widow of Daniel Ward   Apoplexy. 8 days            James Brooke           Second March 1892   John Hardcastle
       Woodhouse                      Ward                 years   a Cattle Dealer        Certified by A W Seath, MD  Son in law                                 Registrar
                                                                                                                      Present at the death
                                                                                                                      Woodhouse
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

IGI search - is this Elizabeths <124> christening?

ELIZTH. ELLIOTT
 	Female
Event(s):
	Birth:
	Christening: 		10 APR 1814  	Cathedral Saint Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
	Death:
	Burial:
Parents:
 	Father: 	GEORGE ELLIOTT
 	Mother: 	ANN
Messages:
	Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
	Batch No.: 	Dates: 	Source Call No.: 	Type: 	Printout Call No.: 	Type:
	C007752 	1813 - 1814 	0919328  	Film 	6909644  	Film
	C007752 	1815 - 1816 	0919329  	Film 	NONE
	C007752 	1817 	0919360  	Film 	NONE
	C007752 	1818 - 1822 	0919361  	Film 	NONE
	C007752 	1828 	0919362  	Film 	NONE
	Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1608-1828  Church of England. Parish Church of Sheffield

Are these her siblings?

JOHN ELLIOTT
 	Male
Event(s):
	Birth:
	Christening: 		14 NOV 1802  	Cathedral Saint Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
	Death:
	Burial:
Parents:
 	Father: 	GEORGE ELLIOTT
 	Mother: 	ANN
Messages:
	Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
	Batch No.: 	Dates: 	Source Call No.: 	Type: 	Printout Call No.: 	Type:
	C007759 	1802 - 1805 	0919327  	Film 	NONE
	Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1608-1828  Church of England. Parish Church of Sheffield

ANN ELLIOTT
 	Female
Event(s):
	Birth: 		01 JAN 1806
	Christening: 		09 FEB 1806  	Cathedral Saint Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
	Death:
	Burial:
Parents:
 	Father: 	GEORGE ELLIOTT
 	Mother: 	ANN
Messages:
	Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
	Batch No.: 	Dates: 	Source Call No.: 	Type: 	Printout Call No.: 	Type:
	C150521 	1805 - 1808 	0919327  	Film 	6909644  	Film
	Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1608-1828  Church of England. Parish Church of Sheffield

MARY ELLIOTT
 	Female
Event(s):
	Birth: 		03 AUG 1808
	Christening: 		28 AUG 1808  	Cathedral Saint Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
	Death:
	Burial:
Parents:
 	Father: 	GEORGE ELLIOTT
 	Mother: 	ANN
Messages:
	Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
	Batch No.: 	Dates: 	Source Call No.: 	Type: 	Printout Call No.: 	Type:
	C150521 	1805 - 1808 	0919327  	Film 	6909644  	Film
	Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1608-1828  Church of England. Parish Church of Sheffield

Are these her parents <130> <131> ?

GEORGE ELLIOTT
 	Male
Event(s):
	Birth:
	Christening:
	Death:
	Burial:
Marriages:
 	Spouse: 	ANN WATSON
 	Marriage: 		01 JUL 1799  	Cathedral Saint Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
Messages:
	Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
Source Information:
	Batch No.: 	Dates: 	Source Call No.: 	Type: 	Printout Call No.: 	Type:
	M007758 	1789 - 1802 	0919419  	Film 	6909645  	Film
	Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1608-1828  Church of England. Parish Church of Sheffield

(We know George Elliott was a farmer in 1838 - if he was in 1799-1814, does this help narrow anything down?)

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ID:       <125>
Status:   D
Name:     \Michael Hodgkins\
Gender:   M
Gen:      -6
Position: 0010000
Born:     ???
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  ???
Child:    <60>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

Stated to be a Labourer in 1870 on marriage of Benjamin Hodgkins <60> and Ann <25>.

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ID:       <126>
Status:   D
Name:     \? ?\
          Mother of John Fox
Gender:   F
Gen:      -6
Position: 0000101
Born:     ???
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <104>
Child:    <102>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

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ID:       <127>
Status:   D
Name:     \Hannah ____\
Gender:   F
Gen:      -6
Position: 0000110
Born:     ???
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <105>
Child:    <103>
Father:   ???
Mother:   ???
Sibling:  ???
Notes:

Eliza Cooper's <103> birth in the IGI :
ELIZA COOPER
  Female
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  10 OCT 1810   Mugginton, Derby, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  SAMUEL COOPER
  Mother:  HANNAH
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record.
 The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 K055612  1674 - 1813  1041448   Film  6905255   Film
 K055612  1869 - 1875  1041448   Film  NONE
 Sheet: 00

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ID:       <128>
Status:   D
Name:     \Thomas Ward\
          Daniel Wards father
Gender:   M
Gen:      -6
Position: 0000000
Born:     11/12/1780 [IGI] in Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire [1851C]
          c1781, Yorkshire  [1841C]
          c1781, Woodhouse, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [1851C]
          Christened 07/01/1781, Handsworth, Yorkshire  [IGI]
Married:  ???
Died:     ???
Partner:  <129>
Child:    <123>
Father:   <69>
Mother:   <70>
Sibling:  \Jonathon Ward:c1785\
            Born 19/06/1785 [IGI]; Christened 17/07/1785, Handsworth [IGI]; Confirmed in parish registers [PR].
            May have travelled to live in America.  A DNA test reveals a paternal Y-DNA link with a
            Ward family in the USA, whose roots were traced to a John Ward born in England about 1780-1790.
            While it has not yet been thoroughly proven that this is where the DNA link comes from,
            it seems likely.
_PRIVATE_
_PUBLIC_
          \Anne Ward:c1783\
            The IGI gives a '(male) Ward' born 10/04/1783, christened 1783, Handsworth [IGI]
            The parish registers have "anne (not male) Bapt May 25th  of Woodhouse Shoemaker" [PR]
Notes:

Named on marriage cert of son Daniel <123> as a Pig Jobber on 25/12/1838.

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  1838 Marriage solumnized by banns in the par of Sheff'd in the County of York
  No.  When married            Name                       Age        Condition   Profession     Residence at the time of Marriage   Fathers Name               Fathers Profession
  095  Dec 25                  Daniel Ward                21         Bachelor    Pig jobber     Hallam                              Thos. Ward                 Pig jobber
                               Elizabeth Elliott          23         Spinster                   Hallam                              Geo. Elliott               Farmer
  Married in the Par Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church by me (sig) John Gibson, Ap't Min.
  This Marriage                                    in the
  was solumnized  (sig) Daniel Ward                Presence   (sig) John Elliott
  between us      (sig) Elizabeth Elliott          of us      (sig) Mudson
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The Handsworth parish registers give for the children of father George <69> :
  "Thomas Ward son of George and Elizabeth Woodhouse Shoemaker" [PR] (Thomas Ward born 11/12/1780, christened 07/01/1781, Handsworth [IGI])
  "Jonathon son of George and Elizabeth Woodhouse Shoemaker" [PR] (Johnathon Ward born 19/06/1785, christened 17/07/1785, Handsworth [IGI])
  "anne (not male) Bapt May 25th  of Woodhouse Shoemaker" [PR] ('male' Ward born 10/04/1783, christened 1783, Handsworth [IGI])


Children:

DANIEL WARD
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  12 AUG 1817   Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  THOMAS WARD
  Mother:  MARY
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C109321  1813 - 1874  0990889   Film  6902414   Film
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1598-1874  Church of England. Parish Church of Handsworth (Yorkshire)

THOMAS WARD
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:  25 AUG 1811
 Christening:  06 OCT 1811   Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  THOMAS WARD
  Mother:  MARY
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 J109323  1765 - 1812  0990889   Film  6902414   Film
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1598-1874  Church of England. Parish Church of Handsworth (Yorkshire)

GEORGE WARD
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:
 Christening:  08 MAY 1814   Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  THOMAS WARD
  Mother:  MARY
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 C109321  1813 - 1874  0990889   Film  6902414   Film
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1598-1874  Church of England. Parish Church of Handsworth (Yorkshire)


"Le Tall's Woodhouse", Pages 26 to 27 :
WARD FAMILY.
The Ward's are a cattle-dealing family.  Thomas <<123>>, George <<123>>,
and Daniel <123>, all in the cattle line, are the sons of one Thomas <128>,
who dealt in cattle, and Thomas was the son of George <69>, and
George was the son of John <71>, so John would be the great-grand-
-father of the Thomas, George and Daniel <123> of this generation.
Thomas tells me his great-grandfather <71> was a shoemaker by
trade, and lived on the property at Stubbin Lane-end which
the Wards purchased ultimately.  he commenced dealing in
sheep, which he kept on the common and took to Chesterfield
market to sell.  He preferred cattle-dealing to shoemaking so
left the last: and his descendants have evidently approved of
their great-grandfather's act, for they keep to cattle-dealing.
George <<123>> has retired: he paid particular attention to pig-jobbing
when in business.  Upon his retiring he built Netherfield House
in 1870.  Thomas <<123>>, his elder brother, took his trade, and now
(1873) does a large business.  His sons Tom, James and Fred <<68>>
are all his assistants.  They procure many cattle and swine
from Ireland for the English Market.  Daniel <123> died at Derby:
his son is also a cattle-dealer.  John Ward, another branch of
family, was a stone-mason: William, his brother, was a gardener.
John Ward, butcher, living 1873, is another branch.
Rowland, auctioneer, is brother to John the butcher: he is
living (1873).  The Wards of Swallownest are also blood
relations to the Wards of Woodhouse.


Thomas's christening:

THOMAS WARD
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:  11 DEC 1780
 Christening:  07 JAN 1781   Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  GEORGE WARD
  Mother:  ELIZABETH
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 J109323  1765 - 1812  0990889   Film  6902414   Film
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1598-1874  Church of England. Parish Church of Handsworth (Yorkshire)

Based on this Xening, Daniel <123> would have been born when Thomas <128> was about 37.


Are these Thomas's brothers?

Results for:  British Isles
Father: George Ward, Mother: Elizabeth
Exact Spelling: Off
Batch Number: J109323
 1. JONATHAN WARD - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Christening: 17 JUL 1785 Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 2. WARD - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Christening: 1783 Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 3. THOMAS WARD - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Christening: 07 JAN 1781 Handsworth, Yorkshire, England

WARD
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:  10 APR 1783
 Christening:  1783   Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  GEORGE WARD
  Mother:  ELIZABETH
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 J109323  1765 - 1812  0990889   Film  6902414   Film
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1598-1874  Church of England. Parish Church of Handsworth (Yorkshire)

JONATHAN WARD
  Male
Event(s):
 Birth:  19 JUN 1785
 Christening:  17 JUL 1785   Handsworth, Yorkshire, England
 Death:
 Burial:
Parents:
  Father:  GEORGE WARD
  Mother:  ELIZABETH
Messages:
 Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
Source Information:
 Batch No.:  Dates:  Source Call No.:  Type:  Printout Call No.:  Type:
 J109323  1765 - 1812  0990889   Film  6902414   Film
 Sheet: 00
Bishop's transcripts, 1598-1874  Church of England. Parish Church of Handsworth (Yorkshire)


Thomas <128> and Mary <129> in 1841:

Street address: Handsworth, Woodhouse
Civil parish: Handsworth
Hundred: Strafforth and Tickhill (South Division)
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England

Source information: HO107/1331/6
Registration district: Sheffield
Sub-registration district: Handsworth
ED, institution, or vessel: 4
Folio: 14
Page: 21
Line number: 16
GSU Number: 464278

Name          MF   Age    Occupation      EstBYear    Birthplace
Thomas Ward   M    60     Cattle Dealer   abt 1781    Yorkshire
Thomas Ward   M    30     Cattle Dealer   abt 1811    Yorkshire
George Ward   M    28     Cattle Dealer   abt 1813    Yorkshire
Mary Ward     F    60                     abt 1781    Yorkshire

Thomas Ward (living with son George) in 1851:

Street address: Woodhouse
Civil parish: Handsworth
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England

Source information: RG10/4700
Registration district: Sheffield
Sub-registration district: Handsworth
ED, institution, or vessel: 2
Folio: 36
Page: 14
Household schedule number: 62
GSU Number: 847240

Name          MF   Relation   MStatus  Age   Occupation          Birthplace                     EstBYear
George Ward   M    Head       Mar      36    Cattle Dealer       Yorks Handsworth               abt 1815
Anne Ward     F    Wife       Mar      22                        Yorks Sheffield                abt 1829
Edward Ward   M    Son                 1m                        Yorks Handsworth Woodhouse     abt 1850
Thomas Ward   M    Father     Widr     70    Landed proprietor   Yorks Handsworth Woodhouse     abt 1781
Emma Hall     F    Serv't     U        17    House serv          Yorks Handsworth               abt 1834

The statement that Thomas is a widower tells us Mary <129> died between 1841 and 1851.

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ID:       <129>
Status:   D
Name:     \Mary ?\