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|1||MCGEE, Jane (I2053)
|2||!871 Census - also John Burbridge, son-in-law, age 30, India Rubber Pipe Maker. Born in Middlesex.|
Also grandson John Whiteside, aged 9.
|WHITESIDE, John (I448)
|3||!901 Census - living â€œon her own meansâ€; with her are daughter Alice, son-in-law John Hardman and their 8-month-old daughter, Dorothy.||WOOD, M. Isabella (I960)
|4||# George Kirkham was living in Montague St, Blackburn in 1881. He was 56 and a widower by then but with five children still at home, James, 26 and Mark, 24, both painters, Elizabeth 19, acting as housekeeper, Mary 14, a cotton weaver, and Dorothy 11. James was born in Preston and Dorothy in Blackpool, the rest were born in Carleton (confusingly often rendered as 'Corlton' or 'Corlston' in the census transcription). A granddaughter, Mary Kirkham aged 3, born in Blackpool, was living with them so George had at least one more son though it's not known what had happened to him.|
# 8.William has not yet been found other than on the baptismal register. He is not in the burial registers for St John's Poulton up to 1851 and is not on the 1881 census. He could be any one of 5 Williams who died between 1857 and 1860.
|KIRKHAM, George (I1472)
|5||(Best guess)||HANDLEY, Elizabeth (I691)
|6||(Died 1903??)||MERCER, Isabella H. (I1295)
|7||(Lancaster, IGI Batch no.7904531)||Family F1072
|8||(The family name is spelt â€œFullwoodâ€ on the 1881 Census.)||FULWOOD, James (I178)
|9||...â€œof Heyhousesâ€? â€œof Lythamâ€?||COOKSON, William (I1007)
|10||10 children, all born in the USA.||WHITESIDE, William (I1942)
|11||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I17)
|12||11 known children.||WHITESIDE, Elizabeth â€œBettyâ€ (I443)
|13||13 children from two wives....||WHITESIDE, Joseph (I1941)
|14||13 children, all born in Preston.||WHITESIDE, John (I1935)
|15||13 children.||BANNISTER, Ellen (I467)
|16||1767 (aged 10) Littledale, Lancaster - Return of Papists 1767.|
20 Jun 1784
Robert Hall Roman Catholic Church, Tatham parish, Lancashire, England
Sponsor for the baptism of John Holden, son of William Holden & Elizabeth Bamber
|CORNTHWAITE, Robert (I1450)
|17||1789 - 1793 lived in Queen Street Liverpool. Lancashire. 1794 lived in Meguire Street Liverpool Lancashire. 1797 lived in North Street Liverpool Lancashire.||ELSTON, William (I1030)
|18||1800 - lived at Warton before her marriage.||BALL, Mary (I904)
|19||1800 - lived at Warton.|
1841 - lived in Chapel Street, Freckleton.
|WHITESIDE, Christopher (I891)
|20||1834 ( 0) born Ireland|
1841 ( 7) look in Ireland
1851 (17) living in Wood STreet, Ashton-under-Lyne.
1857 (23) living Cheshire, England (marries Joseph Dodd) Cheshire BMD (Weaver, Yooley Mill) father James Anderson
1861 (27) living Dukinfield, Lancashire, England census, St. Marks Civil Parish
1866 (32) birth of Albert
1871 (37) living Dukinfield, Lancashire, England census, St. John Evang.
1881 (47) living Cheshire, England census
1886 (52) died Woodchurch Hospital, Cheshire, England death certificate
Name: Agnes Dodd
Burial Date: 15 Oct 1886
Burial Place: Woodchurch, Cheshire, England
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I05312-9
System Origin: Part 1 - 1
Source Film Number: 2106347
Reference Number: item 7 p 81
Collection: England Deaths and Burials, 1538-1991
|ANDERSON, Agnes (I1818)
|21||1841 ( 6) living Wirrall (lower district), Birkenhead, Cheshire. Census includes entry for Thomas Sr. (70) born 1771 Cheshire|
1851 (16) living Wirrall (lower district), Birkenhead, Cheshire; family with Thomas' brother John
1857 (22) marries in Cheshire. Labourer at Yooley Mill. Father Thomas Dodd
1861 (26) living Dukinfield, Lancashire.
1866 (31) birth of Albert at home - 265, Ashley Street, Dunkinfield.
1871 (36) living Dukinfield, Lancashire. Cens St. John Evang.
1881 (46) living 33 Old Cross St., Ashton Under Lyne, Cheshire. Overlooker of Cotton Weavers.
1891 (56) look in Cheshire
1900 (65) dies Ashton-under-Lyne.
Subj: Re: Jane Ashworth, Dukinfield, 1906
Date: 9/9/2003 6:31:02 PM Eastern Daylight Time
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Alan Hulme) To: PTreme@aol.com
Thanks for email. Delay in replying is because I've been scouring North Chesh FHS journals for Ashworths and Dodds and I've also contacted a local history colleague whose name is Ashworth. He has not returned my call yet.
I have come across another reference to Jane A where she is appointed sole exor of Elizabeth Hannah Ashworth, spinster of Stockport. It might not be THE Jane Ashworth, of course. A nephew Tom Robinson and a neice Mary R are mentioned in the will which is dated March 1906.
I wll keep an eye out (English expression) for Ashworth and Dodd of Dukinfield. Something just might turn up.
Thanks again for trying
name: Joseph Dodd
event type: Christening
christening date: 21 Jun 1835
christening place: Wallasey, Cheshire
father's name: Thomas Dodd
mother's name: Mary
principal's residence: St. Hillary, Wallasey, Cheshire
image number: 586
digital folder number: 4011917
film number: 1836285
|DODD, Joseph (I1817)
|22||1841 - lived at Kirkby-in-Malham Dale, Yorkshire. Farmer, with William Altham b. 1811.|
1849 - Marriage to Ann Benson - in Bury, Lancashire.
1851 - lived at Walmersley-Cum-Shuttleworth, Lancashire.Â Butcher and farmer of 6 acres employing one man. Living with Ann his wife and sister in law Alice Benson, his 2 children, Ellen and George, and a servant.
1858 - Widower. Ann benson dies and his mother comes to look after the family.
1861 - lived at Summerseat, Walmersley, Lancashire.Â Butcher and Farmer of 51 acres employing 3 men. His wife had died and his mother was living with them.
1863 - Marriage to Ellen Holdgate in Bury, Lancashire. Ellen was employed at Bank House. John was a farmer and butcher.
1871 - lived at Elton, Lancashire. Plum Tree House, Higher Summerseat. Farmer of 80 acres.
1881 - lived at 44 Clifton Street, Lytham, with daughter at butcherâ€™s shop.
â€œJohn Altham had some children from his previous marriage to Ann Benson. One was named Ellen. When John married Ellen Holgate she also became Ellen Altham
The story goes that the will was never proved and went to chancellry.Â We assume that when John died his will cited Ellen Altham as his main heir.Â It is a family story that both Ellens contested the will and that the house in St Annes ended up in Challencery.Â The house must have been demolished as the small corner site opposite the churchÂ is now a garden maintained by the council.â€ [Story added by Helen Mercer]
|ALTHAM, John (I2105)
|23||1841 - living in Henry Street, Lytham.|
Living in Back Clifton Street
|FOX, Thomas (I278)
|24||1841 - living in Wentworth, Rotheram.|
1851 - living in Staveley, Derbyshire.
1861 - living in Sheffield, Yorkshire.
1871 - living in Rotheram, Yorkshire.
1881 - living in Kimberworth, Yorkshire.
|NORBURN, Charles (I1244)
|25||1841 - living with the family in Moorgate, Clarborough.|
1851 - servant to the Harby family in East Retford. Edward Haxby was a Sacking Manufacturer Employing Four Men. They lived in Chancery Lane, East Retford.
Possible marriage: Q4 of 1854 - East Retford, Vol. 7b, Page 57.
John Mcgee - Head - Married - 37 - Gardener - born in Ireland
Maria Mcgee - Wife - Married - 32 - born in Retford, Nottinghamshire
Mary - 5
Jane - 3
They live in North Sheffield, District 6 (Source Citation: Class: RG9; Piece: 3480; Folio: 110; Page: 22; GSU roll: 543139.)
1871 Census - Living at 44 Franklin Street, Eccleshall Bierlow (Hey - that's almost Brightside Bierlow!)
John is now 44 (he's obviously ageing more slowly!)
Maria is 42
Jane is 12
Kate is 9
Theresa is 5
1881 Census - Same address. Maria is now a widow.
Maria Mcgee - 51 - Charwoman
Kate - 19 (no job specified)
Teresa - 15 (name spelled differently!)
Sidney Gregory - Lodger - 5 (Who's he, for goodness sake?)
|FLETCHER, Maria (I697)
|26||1841 - Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece 849; Book: 23; Civil Parish: Clareborough; County: Nottinghamshire; Enumeration District: 11; Folio: 30; Page: 9; Line: 18; GSU roll: 438900.|
1851 - Dwelling: 54, Salt H. Lane, St. Peter at Gowts, Lincoln. (1851 Census - ancestry.co.uk, Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece: 2105; Folio: 188; Page: 20; GSU roll: 87734. (Niece - Mary Fletcher b1836 living with him.)
1861 - Dwelling: Gaunt St., St. Peter at Gowts, Lincoln. Had a female servant, aged 15.
1871 - 54, Gaunt Street, Lincoln, with wife Ann, and children Edward, 17, and Edith, 7.
(Info from Hephzibah & Vincentâ€™s marriage certificate)
From â€˜Whiteâ€™s Trade Directory for Lincolnshire 1872: â€œGAUNT STREET (121 High Street) 54 Fletcher John, hide & skin dlrâ€
Probate report: â€œFLETCHER John Effects under Â£450. 21 December. The Will of John Fletcher late of the City of Lincoln Fellmonger who died 31 August 1874 at the said city was proved at Lincoln by John Glen of 50 Monson-street in the said City Gentleman and Ann Fletcher of 54 Gaunt-street in the said City Widow the Relict the Executors.â€
|FLETCHER, John (I207)
|27||1841 Census - Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece 651; Book: 14; Civil Parish: St Nicholas in Newport; County: Lincolnshire; Enumeration District: 23; Folio: 29; Page: 7; Line: 9; GSU roll: 438771. Lived in the Parish of Lincoln St. Nicholas-in-Newport.|
1851 Census - Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece: 2105; Folio: 350; Page: 42; GSU roll: 87734. They lived in the Parish of Lincoln St. Nicholas.
|WHITE, William (I809)
|28||1841 Census - HO 107 / 532 / 14 - Page 18 Ashton-under-Lyne, Ashton Town - District 22|
1851 Census - HO107; Piece:Â 2233; Folio:Â Â ; Page:Â 20; GSU roll: Living at Tatton Street, Ashton-under-Lyne.
Witnesses at the marriage were John Moss & James Netwon.
|ASHTON, William (I558)
|29||1841 Census - living at New Bridge Lane, Stockport, with William & Ann and their children Mary Ann, John, William and Isaac is an Ann Harrison aged 15, a Female Servant Servant. [Source Citation: Class:Â HO107; PieceÂ 114; Book:Â 1; CivilÂ Parish:Â Stockport; County:Â Cheshire; EnumerationÂ District:Â 1; Folio:Â 10; Page:Â 12; Line:Â 3; GSUÂ roll:Â 241246.]|
1851 Census - William is widowed, and his sister-in-law, Mary Stokes, aged 47, is living with the family.
(Is she his late-deceased wife Annâ€™s sister, or is she the sister of his first wife? Well, from her age, she is more likely to be Annâ€™s sister.)
Also present are two nieces, Lucy Ann Stokes (16) and Harriet Stokes (12).
His birthplace, given as Altonfield, Staffs., in the 1851 census, may be the medieval Alstonefield.
|HARRISON, William (I828)
|30||1841 Census - Living at Pitt Street, Ashton-under-Lyne.|
1851 Census - Living on Tatton Street, Ashton-under-Lyne.
1861 Census - Living at 5, Eldon Place, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, with sister Hannah (now Hannah Booth and Head of house) and widowed mother Rebecca.
Married from Old Street, Ashton-under-Lyne. Theirs was a non-conformist marriage.
|ASHTON, Martha (I562)
|31||1841 Census - possibly working as a Female Servant to a Farmer in Sturton-in-the-Clay, Nottinghamshire. However, her age is given as 15 - she was actually 20....??? Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece 851; Book: 15; Civil Parish: Sturton; County: Nottinghamshire; Enumeration District: 5; Folio: 12; Page: 19; Line: 21; GSU roll: 43890|
WILL: WHITE Ann of Lincoln widow died 10 July 1892 Probate Lincoln 29 July to Thomas Wallis merchant and James Weighell builder. Effects Â£552 17s.
|COBB, Ann (I208)
|32||1841 Census - Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece 851; Book: 4; Civil Parish: West Retford; County: Nottinghamshire; Enumeration District: 13; Folio: 4; Page: 3; Line: 15; GSU roll: 438901.||HARPHAM, George (I653)
|33||1841 census HO107/851/Book 4/Folio 8/Page 11|
1851 census HO107/2121 Folio 501 Page 36
1861 census RG9/2416 Folio 4 Page 1
|DENHAM, Edward (I634)
|34||1841 Census: living with Nancy Mercer (aged â€œ80â€) and John Gillet, aged 7.||WHITESIDE, Isabella (I1051)
|35||1841 Census: living with Nancy Mercer, aged â€œ80â€, his great-grandmother, and Isabella Whiteside, aged 1.||GILLETT, John Mercer (I171)
|36||1841 Census: Robert, aged 75, and wife Sarah, aged 82, are living in Baldwinâ€™s Garret in St. Andrew Holborn (Above the Bars). With them is a Mary Feakes, aged 17 - possibly a grand-daughter?||Sarah (I2380)
|37||1850 - lived in Queen Street, Lytham.||WHITESIDE, John (I86)
|38||1851 - Apprentice Cordwainer living in Moorgate with Master Cordwainer Alexander G[rant?]. (Source Citation: Class:Â HO107;Â Piece:Â 2121;Â Folio:Â 208;Â Page:Â 14;Â GSU roll:Â 87750-87751.)|
1861 - Journeyman Shoemaker living in Eckington, Derbyshire
1881 - Source Citation: Class: RG11; Piece: 3440; Folio: 124; Page: 32; Line: ; GSU roll: 1341823.
1901 - Thomas is 67, Lucy is 49; Annie is still single at 23. They live at 23 Queen Street, Eckington, Derbyshire.
|FLETCHER, Thomas (I698)
|39||1851 - Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire. Is Jamesâ€™s occupation Gas Maker??||ANDERSON, James (I2151)
|40||1851 - lived at Garstang Station, Barnacre, Lancashire||CORNTHWAITE, Robert (I1619)
|41||1851 - lived at North Houses, Lytham.|
1861 - lived at New House Farm, Bryning-with-Kellaergh, Lancashire.
1871 - lived at Lytham.
|WHITESIDE, Peter (I446)
|42||1851 - unmarried. East Retford||DENHAM, Mary (I643)
|43||1851 Census - Age 28, Dressmaker; living with widowed mother, Sarah, who is a Schoolmistress. Younger sister Betsy, 25, a Bonnet Maker, and three younger brothers, George, 20, a Joiner, John, 16. a Whitesmith & William, 14, a Blacksmith. (Source Citation: Class:Â HO107; Piece:Â 2121; Folio:Â 495; Page:Â 25; GSU roll:Â 87750-87751.)||HARPHAM, Ann (I655)
|44||1851 Census - ancestry.co.uk, East Retford - Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece: 2121; Folio: 324; Page: 8; GSU roll: 87750-87751. 28 Chapel Gate, East Retford. HO 107 / 2121 George Henry or George Harry||FLETCHER, George Henry (I695)
|45||1851 Census - ancestry.co.uk, Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece: 2105; Folio: 188; Page: 20; GSU roll: 87734. (Age 4) |
1861 Census - ancestry.co.uk, Source Citation: Class: RG9; Piece: 2358; Folio: 80; Page: 34; GSU roll: 542959. (Age 14)
1871 Census - Source Citation: Class: RG10; Piece: 3615; Folio: 58; Page: 10; GSU roll: 841845. Engine Driver; living as a boarder at 56 Wellington Street, Whittington, Derbyshire. Not married. (Age 24)
1881 Census - John is living with his younger brother Edward & wife Sarah E. at 75 Alfred Street, Lincoln. John, still unmarried, is a Labourer. ancestry.co.uk has him down as a â€œsonâ€ of his younger brother! (Age 34)
1891 Census - Â Source Citation: Class: RG12; Piece: 2590; Folio 73; Page 55; GSU roll: 6097700. John is now married, and living at St. Peter-at-Gowts in Lincoln. Hey! His address is "Nineteen -and-a-half Anchor Street"! Â He is still a Labourer. His wife is Betsy Ann, born in Boston, Lincolnshire, in c.1855. Â They have three children - MaryÂ J. (6), Walt (3), and John Geo.(8 months).
1901 Census -Â Source Citation: Class: RG13; Piece: 3061; Folio: 114; Page: 15. Walt is now Walter (sounds less American.) Living at 48 Gaunt Street, St. Peter-at-Gowts. John's occupation is now "Machinist. Boring Machine". They have one more son, Eugene S., who is six.
|FLETCHER, John (I209)
|46||1851 Census - ancestry.co.uk, Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece: 2105; Folio: 188; Page: 20; GSU roll: 87734. (living with her brother) 1871 Census - ancestry.co.uk, Source Citation: Class: RG10; Piece: 3452; Folio: 8; Page: 10; GSU roll: 839419. (Mary Patterson?)||FLETCHER, Mary (I706)
|47||1851 Census - ancestry.co.uk, Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece: 2121; Folio: 201; Page: 1; GSU roll: 87750-87751. (transcribed as James) On same 1861 census - John Good aged 64yrs a Widower - born 1797 - Boot & Shoemaker - born Marton, Lincolnshire - could he be related to Mary Good?? Her brother, perhaps??? On 1871 census - John Good aged 77 yrs a Widower - born 1794 - Shoemaker - born Marton, Lincolnshire|
1861 Census - living in Moorgate. Widowed John Good lives next door, aged 64.
1881 Census - has a new wife, Mary. Living with children Margaret, Rebecca, Elizabeth & Fanny.(Clarborough District 6, Page 11)
|FLETCHER, Jonas (I690)
|48||1851 Census - lived at Catherine Street, Ashton Town, Ashton-under-Lyne. |
1861 Census - [Source Citation: Class:Â RG9; Piece:Â 2983; Folio:Â 95; Page:Â 35; GSU roll:Â 543059.] Living at 8, West Street, Ashton-under-Lyne.
|ASHTON, Henry (I560)
|49||1851 Census - living in Monmouth with parents and widowed grandmother.|
1861 Census - living in Monmouth at the same address. Her father has died.
1881 Census - living at 3, Hastings Place, Lytham.
1901 Census - [RG13/3966/~F13] - lived at 3, Cecil Street, Lytham.
|WATHEN, Mary Margaret (I196)
|50||1851 Census - Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece: 2148; Folio: 368; Page: 9; GSU roll: 87781.|
1861 Census - Source Citation: Class: RG9; Piece: 2535; Folio: 46; Page: 19; GSU roll: 542985.
|GREEN, Thomas (I1193)