Ann HALSTEAD

#14801, b. 27 May 1851, d. January 1852
Last Edited=3 Jan 2017
     Ann HALSTEAD was born on 27 May 1851 at Blackley, Lancashire.1 She was the daughter of John HALSTEAD and Alice CHAPMAN. Ann HALSTEAD was baptised on 29 June 1851 at Blackley, Lancashire.
Ann died in January 1852 at Blackley, Lancashire.2 Ann was buried on 1 February 1852 at Blackley, Lancashire.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S1] GRO Indexes to Births. "Q2 1851 - Ref 20 619 - Manchester."
  2. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q1 1852 - Ref 8d 155 - Manchester aged 0."

Henry HALSTEAD

#14802, b. 22 May 1853, d. November 1853
Last Edited=4 Jan 2017
     Henry HALSTEAD was born on 22 May 1853 at Blackley, Lancashire. He was the son of John HALSTEAD and Alice CHAPMAN.
Henry died in November 1853 at Blackley, Lancashire.1 Henry was buried on 27 November 1853 at Blackley, Lancashire.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q4 1853 - Ref 8d 215 - Manchester aged 0."

Alice HALSTEAD

#14803, b. 1 November 1854, d. April 1857
Last Edited=4 Jan 2017
     Alice HALSTEAD was born on 1 November 1854 at Blackley, Lancashire.1 She was the daughter of John HALSTEAD and Alice CHAPMAN.
Alice died in April 1857 at Blackley, Lancashire, at the age of 2.2 Alice was buried on 19 April 1857 at Blackley, Lancashire.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S1] GRO Indexes to Births. "Q4 1854 - Ref 8d 276 - Manchester."
  2. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q2 1857 - Ref 8d 229 - Manchester aged 2."

William HALSTEAD

#14804, b. 20 May 1857, d. 1858
Last Edited=4 Jan 2017
     William HALSTEAD was born on 20 May 1857 at Blackley, Lancashire. As William HALLSTEAD.1 He was the son of John HALSTEAD and Alice CHAPMAN.
William's death was registered in 1858 in the Blackley registration district.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S1] GRO Indexes to Births. "Q2 1857 - Ref 8d 333 - Manchester."
  2. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q1 1858 - Ref 8d 248 - Manchester aged 0."

Lily HAIGH

#14805, b. 1896
Last Edited=19 Mar 2015
     Her married name was HOLLAND. Her married name was HALSTEAD.
Lily HAIGH was born in 1896.
Lily married Frank HALSTEAD, son of Joe HALSTEAD and Emma HUDSON, on 11 September 1915 at the Register Office, Huddersfield, Yorkshire. She was a Flanneleete Weaver aged 20, a spinster residing at 116 Bradford Road North, Huddersfield. Her father was listed as Frederick William HAIGH, a Labourer in Ammunition Works. Married in the Register Office, by Licence. The marriage was witnessed by Elizabeth HALSTEAD and George STRINGER.1,2
Her husband, Frank, died on 1 July 1916 at Somme at the age of 31; He is commemorated on the Bertrancourt Military Cemetery, France. He was awarded the British, Victory and 15 Star medals.3
Lily married William HOLLAND on 24 May 1920 at St Andrew, Huddersfield, Yorkshire. She was aged 25, a widow residing at 116 Bradford Road North. Her father was listed as Frederick William HAIGH (deceased), a Labourer. after Banns. The marriage was witnessed by George HOLLAND and James William HAIGH.1,4

Child of Lily HAIGH and Frank HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q3 1915 - Ref 9a 830 - Huddersfield."
  3. [S15] Website Commonwealth War Graves Commission (http:/cwgc.org).
  4. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q2 1920 - Ref 9a 860 - Huddersfield."

William HOLLAND

#14806, b. 4 March 1896, d. 14 December 1954
Last Edited=19 Feb 2012
     William HOLLAND was born on 4 March 1896.
William married Lily HALSTEAD on 24 May 1920 at St Andrew, Huddersfield, Yorkshire. He was a Railway Worker aged 24, a bachelor residing at 116 Bradford Road North. His father was listed as George HOLLAND (deceased), a Labourer. after Banns. The marriage was witnessed by George HOLLAND and James William HAIGH.1,2
William died on 14 December 1954, at the age of 58, and his death was registered in the Huddersfield registration district.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q2 1920 - Ref 9a 860 - Huddersfield."
  3. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q4 1954 - Ref 2b 701 - Huddersfield aged 58."

Humphrey GILL

#14807, b. 1829, d. 1853
Last Edited=10 Jul 2012
     Humphrey GILL was born in 1829 at Stainland, Yorkshire.
Humphrey married Betty ACKROYD in 1849 in the Huddersfield registration district.1
In the census of 30 March 1851 at 48 Gagger Green, Lindley, Yorkshire, Humphrey was listed as aged 22 born Stainland, the Head of Household; a Woollen Hand Loom Weaver, living with his wife Betty, daughters Eliza and Norena.2
Humphrey's death was registered in 1853 in the Halifax registration district.3

Children of Humphrey GILL and Betty ACKROYD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q3 1849 - Ref 22 243 - Huddersfield."
  2. [S4584] 1851 Census for Stainland, Yorkshire:HO107 Piece:2299 Folio:247 Page:17 (online image).
  3. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q2 1853 - Ref 9a 322 - Halifax."

Isaac CLARK

#14808, b. 1847
Last Edited=4 Oct 2011
     Isaac CLARK was born in 1847.
Isaac married Rachel GILL, daughter of Humphrey GILL and Betty ACKROYD, on 18 September 1875 at St John the Baptist, Halifax, Yorkshire. He was a Wire Drawer aged 28, a widower residing in Southowram. His father was listed as John CLARK, a Miner. After Banns. The marriage was witnessed by T J CARTER and Eliza WILKIINSON.1,2

Child of Isaac CLARK and Rachel GILL

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q3 1875 - Ref 9a 708 - Halifax."

James RUSHTON

#14809, b. 1820
Last Edited=16 Dec 2016
     James RUSHTON was born in 1820 at Marsden, Lancashire.
James married Alice HALSTEAD, daughter of James HALSTEAD and Elizabeth HOLT, on 1 July 1843 at St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire. He was a Weaver of full age, a bachelor residing in Barrowford. His father was listed as Henry ATKINSON, a Maltster. Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England, After Banns. The marriage was witnessed by Varley SMITH and James ELLIS.1,2
In the census of 30 March 1851 at Halstead Lane, Barrowford Booth, Lancashire, James was listed as aged 31 born Marsden, the Head of Household; a Cotton Weaver, living with his wife Alice, sons John H, James and Henry, daughter Margaret.3

Children of James RUSHTON and Alice HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q3 1843 - Ref 21 123 - Burnley."
  3. [S8603] 1851 Census for Barrowford Booth, Lancashire:HO107 Piece:2254 Folio:676 Page:16 (online image).

Margaret SHACKLETON

#14810, b. before 1822, d. before 1851
Last Edited=6 Feb 2017
     Her married name was HALSTEAD.
Margaret SHACKLETON was born before 1822.
Margaret married Richard HALSTEAD, son of Jonathan HALSTEAD and Betty ELLIS, on 5 August 1843 at St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire. She was of full age, a spinster residing in Trawden. Her father was listed as John SHACKLETON, a Weaver. Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England, After Banns. The marriage was witnessed by John WHITAKER and James ELLIS.1,2
Margaret died before 1851.2

Children of Margaret SHACKLETON and Richard HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q3 1843 - Ref 21 125 - Burnley."

John BRACEWELL

#14812, b. 1816
Last Edited=5 May 2016
     John BRACEWELL was born in 1816 at Colne, Lancashire.
John married Alice HALSTEAD on 16 December 1843 at St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire. He was a Hatter of full age, a bachelor residing in Colne. His father was listed as John BRACEWELL, a Weaver. Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England, After Banns. The marriage was witnessed by Thomas BALDWIN and James ELLIS.1,2
In the census of 30 March 1851 at Lister Street, Colne, Lancashire, John was listed as aged 35 born Colne, the Head of Household; a Delaine Weaver, living with his wife Alice, son Henry, daughters Mary Ann and Thomasin.3
In the census of 7 April 1861 at Lister Street, Colne, Lancashire, John was listed as aged 44 born Colne, the Head of Household; a Cotton Weaver, living with his wife Alice, son Henry, daughters Mary, Thomasin and Nancy.4
His wife, Alice, died before 1881.
In the census of 5 April 1891 at 22 Lister Street, Colne, Lancashire, John was listed as a widower, aged 75 born Colne, the Head of Household; living with lodgers Robert MIDDLETON, Jane WARD, Miles HIGGIN, Henry WOOD and James HALSTEAD.5

Children of John BRACEWELL and Alice HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q4 1843 - Ref 21 148 - Burnley."
  3. [S9487] 1851 Census for Colne, Lancashire:HO107 Piece:2254 Folio:399 Page:20 (online image).
  4. [S10322] 1861 Census for Colne, Lancashire:RG09 Piece:3079 Folio:113 Page:14 (online image).
  5. [S9671] 1891 Census for Colne, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3380 Folio:150 Page:07 (online image).

Ann PICKLES

#14813, b. before 1823, d. before 1850
Last Edited=8 Feb 2017
     Her married name was HALSTEAD.
Ann PICKLES was born before 1823.
Ann married William HALSTEAD, son of Jonathan HALSTEAD and Betty ELLIS, on 17 March 1844 at St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire. She was of full age, a spinster residing in Trawden. Her father was listed as William PICKLES, a Weaver. Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England, After Banns. The marriage was witnessed by Blackburn RILEY and James ELLIS.1,2
Ann died before 1850.

Children of Ann PICKLES and William HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q1 1844 - Ref 21 129 - Burnley."

Randolph SMITH

#14814, b. 1824, d. 22 January 1867
Last Edited=10 Jun 2016
     Randolph SMITH was born in 1824 at Barnoldswick, Yorkshire.
Randolph married Harriet HALSTEAD, daughter of Joseph HALSTEAD and Harriet SMITH, on 4 July 1847 at Christ Church, Colne, Lancashire. He was a Cotton Spinner of full age, a bachelor residing in Lodge Holme. His father was listed as John SMITH, a Cotton Spinner. Married in the Christ Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, by Licence. The marriage was witnessed by Susanna HEY and Richard WHITAKER.1,2
In the census of 30 March 1851 at Lane House, Trawden, Lancashire, Randolph was listed as aged 26 born Barnoldswick, Yorkshire, the Head of Household; a Cotton Manufacturer, living with his wife Harriet, daughter Jane.3
In the census of 7 April 1861 at Lane House, Trawden, Lancashire, Randolph was listed as aged 36 born Barnoldswick, Yorkshire, the Head of Household; a Cotton & Worsted Power Loom Weaver, living with his wife Harriet, son Joseph, daughter Jane.4
Randolph died on 22 January 1867 at Colne, Lancashire.5,6 His estate was probated on 15 February 1867 at Lancaster, Lancashire. The estate was valued at under £4,000.6

Children of Randolph SMITH and Harriet HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q3 1847 - Ref 21 127 - Burnley."
  3. [S8621] 1851 Census for Trawden, Lancashire:HO107 Piece:2254 Folio:255 Page:05 (online image).
  4. [S8622] 1861 Census for Trawden, Lancashire:RG09 Piece:3078 Folio:123 Page:13 (online image).
  5. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q1 1867 - Ref 8e 172 - Burnley aged 42."
  6. [S14] Website National Probate Indexes for England & Wales (https://probatesearch.service.gov.uk/#wills).

Joseph HALSTEAD

#14815, b. 13 September 1796, d. 10 August 1840
Last Edited=9 Jun 2016
     Joseph HALSTEAD was born on 13 September 1796 at Colne, Lancashire.1 He was the son of John HALSTEAD and Martha KIPPAX. Joseph HALSTEAD was baptised on 9 October 1796 at St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire.1
Joseph married Harriet SMITH on 15 January 1822 at St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire. He was a Cotton Manufacturer, a bachelor residing in this Town. Married by Banns. The marriage was witnessed by John DYSON and Henry AYRTON.2
Joseph died on 10 August 1840 at Colne, Lancashire, at the age of 43.3

Research Note: DREADFUL RIOTS AT COLNE, AND LOSS OF LIFE.
We regret to have this week the duty imposed upon us of laying before our readers the particulars of some most serious and disgraceful disturbanes which have occurred at Colne, and which took place towards the close of last week, and at the commencemlent of the present. Immediately on receiving intelligence of the riots, we thought it desirable, in order to obtain an accurate and circumstantial account of the whole of the transactions, to repair at once to the spot, and thus be able to make our inquiries from the most authentic sources. We believe the following will be found a faithful detail of the events immediately leading to and characterizing the disturbance. Many of our readers are doubtless aware that the lower orders of Colne and its populous vicinity, have always evinced a great partiality for the Chartists, and have taken a prominent part in most of their public manifestations. Indeed, so prevailing was the Chartist mania among the working people of that neighbourhood, that Colne has always been regarded and spoken of as the hot-bed of Chartism in North Lancanshire. An opinion has been somewhat prevalently entertained by those who are not familiar with the slate of things in Colne, that the weavers, who constitute the great bulk of its labouring population, have been in a condition of excessive privation and distress. This, however, is not the case, and therefore the restless and lawless rabble who have taken part in these painful occurrence, have not to plead the pressure of want and destitution as an incentive to, or a palliation for, their violent and bloodthirsty proceedings. We are assured, upon the best authority, that in consequence of the extensive introduction of Mousseline de laine wearivng into the neighbourhood, the people of that district have not had, for some years, the opporunaity of better earnings, and that those who choose to work, and conduct themselves with ordinary thrift, may live plentifully and comfortably. This is an ingredient of the narrative that we deem most important to forming a just opinion with regard to the merits of the wbole transaction. In natural sympathy with the other doctrines of Chartism, the lower orders of Colne have always shown greet hostility to the magistrates and constables, as indeed to all other constituted authorities, but their vengeance and opposition have been more particularly and openly exhibited towards the rural police, since the introduction of that force into the neighbourhood.
This feeling broke out with such violence in April last, as to make it necessary to increase the force for a time, from the number of ten or twelve to about fifty, supported for several days by a military force. This had the effect of suppressing for awhile the lawless proceedings of the populace, and it was hoped by the authorities that the polics were steadily gaining ground in the estimation of those who had been violently opposed to them; but it appears, that about three weeks since, this opposition was revived with increased violence, and was shown more openly from day to day, till at last the rabble proceeded, at nights, to the breaking of windows, and making some murderous attacks upon the officers by large volleys of stones, in some cases from the house-tops. The first party attacked was Mr. Bolton, a solicitor, of Colne, whose public conduct, on several points, had rendered him especially obnoxions to the rabble. His official and private efforts against the chartists, and in the establishment of the new police, marked him out as the first object of their vengeance; and, accordingly, on Tuesday evening week, they began with demolishing about fourteen of his windows, and making a dreadful attack with stones upon the police, who were driven from the streets, and many of whom were severely hurt. Partial disturbances again took place on Wednesday evening; and on Thursday night, about ten o'clock, the town was entered by a mob of 200 men, under the command of a leader, armed with pistols, pikes, bludgeons, and stones, who for half an hour had complete and uncontrolled possession of the main street, where they broke about 200 windows, and committed some very severe personal injuries upon several of the respectable inhabitants, and some of the constables. Commands to fiee and re-charge were distinctly heard, and have been deposed to. A military force was sent for to the barracks at Burnley; but the rabble had made their attacks so rapidly, and dispersed so instantly after it, that, when the military arrived, the town was perfectly quiet, and the soldiers at once returned to their barracks. Next day, (Friday) as will be found from the evidence given at the inquest, by W. Hewson Wood, Esq., a public meeting was advertised, to concert measures for the protection of life and properly ; but, when the hour of meeting arrived, the chartists and the rabble had taken possession of the room, and the magistrates and respectable inhabitants were obliged to assemble at the King's Head Inn, where, among other measures for preventing a repetition of the scenes of the preceding night, it was resolved that a deputation, with one of the magistrates, should proceed to Burnley for military assistance. Detachments of cavalry and infantry were instantly despatched, and, by their presence in the town till Sunday morning, secured the peace of the place, the unfortunate circumstance being, that they did not remain longer. As far as we could collect the feeling of the principal inhabitants, there seems but one opinion of marked disapprobation and regret at the premature withdrawal of the troops, and the magistrates quite partake in that regret; but they were informed by Major Lindsay, we are told, that the orders to officers in commend on such occasions were such as to require the troops to return to barracks. This seems strange, if it be so ; and probably some further inquiry will be made into it; at all events there ought to be an inquiry, and that of a strict and seatching nature. We sincerely believe, there is not a town in England so completly under the dominion of mob law, as this unfortunate town of Colne; and the general opinion of the respectable inhabitants is, that, in such at reign of terror, the remedy must at last be a permanent military force in barracks.
On the withdrawal of the troops on Sunday, the excitement appeared in some measure to subside, and Sunday night passed over quietly. On Monday night, however, there was a repetition of the lawless scenes which had previously disgraced the town, and they unhappily ended in the murder of Mr. Joseph Halstead, a gentlemen who had been just been sworn in, and was acting as a special constable. An elaborate narrative of the events of Monday will be found detailed in the evidence given at the inquest, the leading features of which will be found subjoined. It appears that at an early hour on Monday evening, it became known to the police and magistrates, that the desperadoes who had committed the outrages on Thursday intended to renew them on that night, and that assemblages were collecting for that purpose a short distance from the town, on the road towards Keighley. In consequence of this discovery the magiatrates issued summonses to a number of the respectable inhabitants, calling upon them to attend at the King's Head Inn, and be sworn in as special constables for the preservation of the peace. About seventy were, accordingly, sworn in, and, with the magistrates and the police (who had been reinforced subse- quently to Thursday night, and amounted to between thirty and forty men), went into the streets for thle purpose of dispesing the assemblages of people which they might find there. They paraded several of the streets without meeting with any serious result or opposition. Meanwhile the riot act was read several times by the magistrates, Mr. Wood and Mr. Foulds.
At length, between ten and eleven o'clock, it was announcod that a large body of people were entering the town from the Keighley road, and the magistrates, with, the police and constables, moved in that direction to meet them. As it afterwards turned out, the desperadoes had been in the new church recently erected, about half a mile to the east of Colne, where they had plentifully and most formidably provided themselves with weapons. At the time the church was railed round, there were about fifty of the iron rails to spare, and they were deposited in a kind of cellar, to be ready for use if required. The rabble had found some means of access into the church (there, was no appearance of their having forced an entry) and there they armed themselves with the rails. They are very murderous weapons, being spear-headed, about five feet long, and we should fancy about twelve or fourteen pounds in weight each. With these weapons the rioters were entering the town, at the time just alluded to. As soon as the constables came in sight of the mob, the latter halted for a moment, and fired two pistols, whether loaded with ball, and, if so, whether directed at the constables, could not be ascertained; but, at all events, no damage was done by the shots, When these pistols were discharged, the mob set up a loud shout as if about to charge the constables; but, finding that the latter were advancing upon them, they gave way, and turned down St. John Street, (which runs towards the south side of the town, and is at right angles wiih the main street) intending, no doubt, to pass on the right of the constables, and get into their rear.-The constables, however, guessing their object, turned down Parliament Street, which runs parallel with St. John Street, and, on arriving at a cross road which forms a commnication between the two, they encountered the mob, who immediately attacked them, and a sharp conflict ensued, the result of which was tha the mob were routed, and driven off the ground, leaving two or three prisoners in the hands of the police. After they were gone, the police and constables patrolled about the streets; and, at a short distance from the spot where the principial encounter had taken place, tbey found one of the special constables, Mr. Joseph Halstead, a respectable mnanufacturer of Colne, lying on the ground, with his skull most dreadfully fractured, having apparently been struck a terrific blow with an iron bar, or some other weapon of the same kind, by which the fore part of his skull had been completely beaten in, and his face so frightfully disfigured, that it was with great difficulty he was recog- nized. He was alive when discovered, but perfectly insensible, and breathed his last in a few minutes afterwards. Another constable, too, Mr. Temple, manager of the Colne branch of the Craven bank, was found to have received a desperate cut on the back of the head, apparently inflicted by a sword, or some other cutting instrumnent. A sergeant of the police also received a severe stab in the shoulder during the affray; but we are happy to say that neither he nor Mr. Temple are in any serious danger.
The circumstances under which Mr. Halstead and Mr. Temple received their wounds were the following: They, with three or four other constables, had gone to look out towards the south side of the town, and, without knowing what was going on, turned up one of the streets leading towards the place where the conflict was in progress, between the constables and the mob. When the latter gave way they encountered these gentlemen, whom they attaeked on all sides with the results which we have already mentioned.
As soon as the shocking murder of Mr. Halstead was made known to the magistrates, they set on foot the most active inquiries for the purpose of detecting and apprehending the murderers; and, some information having been procured, warrants were immediately issued, and several individuals were apprehended during the night; one of them, a well known Clarhist, was taken in the act of trying to conceal a musket by thrusting it through a sky-light upon the roof of his house; and on examining him, his shirt was found marked with recent splashes of blood. As soon as the disturbances commenced, a messenger was despatched to Burnley for the military, and a troop of dragoons were called out and galloped off to Colne immediately. They were, however, as before, too late to be of any service, the rioters having betaken themselves to their homes before their arrival. During the whole of Monday night the constables kept up a vigilant parade of the town, but no further outrage was attempted.- On Tuesday it seemed as if the dreadful events of Monday night had completely satisfied the appetites of the rioters, for no further movement on their part was attempted. The town was kept under a discipline almost amounting to martial law during the day, the constables being busily occupied in the detection and apprehension of offenders. As may be naturally supposed the tragical proceedings of Monday night filled the minds of the respectable inhabitants with terror and alarm; and a degree of painful excitement, which will not easily be disipated, still exists among them. Wednesday passed over without any recurrence of outrage, and on Thursday, when we attended the inquest, there appeared to be no reason for apprehending that further mischief was brooding. In the course of Thursday, the town presented a scene of great bustle and excitement, owing to the continual parading of the constables and soldiers, the arrival of strangers, the apprehension of prisoners, and the preparations for the inquest, of which latter we proceed to give the report:-
INQUEST ON THE BODY OF MR. HALSTEAD.
On Thursday morning, a jury assembled at the Angel Inn, Colne, before J. Hargreaves, Esq., coroner, on view of the body of Mr. Joseph Halstead. The following gentlemen were of the jury :_
Mr. Thomas Lonsdale, Foreman. Mr. J. Lambert. Mr. W Stowell. Mr. H Ayrton. Mr W. Elliot. Mr J. Bulcock. Mr R. Cragg, Mr. R Walton. Mr Thomas Hartley. Mr John Hartley. Mr R. Redchalgh. Mr W, Pilling. Mr Jas. Hartley, Trawden Mr John Shaw. Mr Jas. Hartley, Marsden Mr Richard Nutter.
The body of the unfortunate deceased presented a most appalling spectacle. The head was literally one livid mass of cuts and bruises, it being wholly impossible to recognize a single feature of the face. A more shocking spectacle it has never been our painful lot to behold.
Before the depositions were taken the several prisoners who stood charged with being in the riots, were brought in; they are all of the lowest class of people, and gave their names as under:- John Wilkinson, James Wilkinson, W Smith, R. Boothman, Thomas Riley, Hartley Spencer, W. Wilkinson.
Mr. James Hartley, attorney, appeared on behalf off Boothman and four of the other prisoners.
William Hewson Wood, Esq. was the first witness examined - After bing sworn, he deposed as follows - I am a magistrate acting in this neighbourhood, During last week, for several evenings, serious disturbances occurred in this town, from the opposition given by the populace to the rural police force: a number of windows were broken and other outrages were committed: I heard occasional discharges of fire arms during the meetings of the rabble. On the Thursday evening a considerable crowd assembled at the east end of the town, when great destruction of property took place, and the police constables were driven from the streets: the mob broke the windows of several persons; the inspector of police, named Davison, was severely injured, and other inhabitants of the town were also assaulted. I and Mr. Foulds, another magistrate, thought it necessary to take measures for securing the public peace and accordingly on the following day (Friday) a meeting was convened, to be held at the grammar school, but at the hour appointed for the meeting the rabble had taken possession of the school, and the meeting had to be held elsewhere. It was deemed necessary to call in Ihe military, and I proceeded to the barracks at Burnley for that purpose: I saw Major Lindsay, who immediately sent a detachment of cavalry and infantry: on entering the town with the soldiers we found that great crowds had assembled, who hooted and hissed us; after that the town resumed its usual quiet appearance. Saturday night also passed over without any disturbance. On Saturday night it was deemed expedient to send away the military, and they accordingly left early o Sunday morning: I should have preferred detaining the military here, as I felt confident that their presence alone secured the peace of the town, but the Major in command did not seem disposed to let them remain over Monday. Sunday passed over quietly; but on Monday, in consequence of certain information, we apprehended a disturbance, and the magistrates therefore deemed it right to swear in a number of special constables, who were summoned to attend the King's Head at eight o'clock in the evening. About 70 were sworn in, to each of whom a truncheon was given. About half- past nine o'clock it was found necessary to order the constables out in consequence of large crowds having collected. There were about 26 of the rural police in the town. The magistrates, viz. myself and Mr. Foulds proceeded at the head of both forces through the town: the streets were in such a state that we found it necessary to read the riot act. I read it, and endeavoured to explain it, and told the people that their remaining in the streets after the reading of the riot act was felony. There might at this time be about 200 people in the street. There was no actual riot, but there was evidently a disposition to riot, and the riot act was again read by Mr. Foulds: in all it was read about half a dozen times, in order that the people might not be ignorant of what was going on, and on each occasion they were admonished. By this time the streets were comparatively clear, and the constables then proceeded down Windy bank. It was soon afterwards thought advisable to divide the constables into parties, in order to go into the back streets. I and one party went into Parliament Street, when an alarm being given, we proceeded into Market Street, where we heard shouting and the report of fire arms at the east end of the town. The mob challenged the constables to come on, using at the time tremendous threats, and letting off fire arms. We remained in our position some time, and then proceeded further eastward to St. John Street, where we found the lamps had been put out. Thence we went down Clayton Street, where we again heard shouts, noises, the striking of iron bars, and the report of fire arms. I heard shouts of "Come on," "Be firm," "Mash at them," and other expressions to that purport. A party of the constables who had gone in another direction, had evidently been engaged in conflict with the rioters. We went forward. when one of the police came to us in Cross Street, and said that one of the constables was killed. This was about eleven o'clock. When this occurred the police had got generally engaged with the rioters. A tremendous volley of stones drove me and my party from our position. When we got into the main street, I saw a great body of the mob marching rapidly along, many of them armed with murderous weapons. They marched in military array, four abreast, each man carrying a bludgeon. I returned to the King's Arms, where I despatched messengers to Burnley for the military. The cavalry arrived here with great expedition about half-past twelve o'clock; but the crowd had then completely dispersed,
Mr. Bannister, attorney, examined: I have heard the evidence of Mr. Wood as to the state of the town, and am able to confirm it. I was one of the special constables on Monday evening. The deceased Joseph Halstead was one of the special constables. On the party of which I was one, going past a place called Carry-lane-head, we saw a mob, who were told to disperse, and they ran away. At Colne Field, Mr. Foulds read the riot act. I proceeded with a party on the Rope-walk up to St. John Street, where we saw a mob, who hooted at us, and immediately afterwards I heard the report of fire arms. We were attacked by the mob, and received a volley of stones. Shortly after, we found a gentleman lying in Clayton Street, who afterwards turned out to be Mr. Temple. He was much bruised and injured, and I assisted in taking him home. During the progress of our march, I perceived the mob to be generally armed with stones, bludgeons, and other weapons. I considered the appearance of the town alarming before the riot act was read.
[At this period of the inquest, another prisoner, naned John Foulds, was taken into custody, and brought into the room. His face was much cut and bruised.]
Mr. James Wylde, grocer, of Colne, On Monday night last, I was one of the special constables. Mr. Halstead, the deceased, was one of my companions. We carried truncheons with us. After parading about, for some time, we went into Back Clayton-street, and Mr. Halstead and I made a stand there for a few moments. We then saw a mob, and on discovering us, they advanced; one of the mob ran up to me, and attempted to strike at me with a large piece of iron; I however escaped harm and ran away. Mr. Halstead, was a short distance from me, and did not escape. He must at that time have been murdered. There might be from one hundred to one hundred and fifty of the mob, many of whomn were armed. On approaching us, they fired two pistols. The person who struck at me with the iron, aimed with all his force, a most deadly blow. I left Mr. Halstead standing at the bottom of some steps, and when I left him he was two or three yards from me.
The above is the extent to which the inquest had proceeded, when we left Colne on Thursday evening, and, as will be seen, comprises a tolerably complete account of the riot from beginning to end. At half-past eleven o'clock on Thursday night, the inquest was adjourned until ten o'clock yesterday morning. When our account left at noon yesterday, there were several witnesses to examine, and it is doubtful whether the inquiry would be completed last evening. It is not expected that any of the prisoners, at present in custody, will be inculpated by the verdict of the jury, but we believe the police have great hopes of being able to fix the parties implicated in the murder.
All the persons in custody appeared to have received more or less of punishment, from which it was evident there had been some sharp skirmishing. In the course of Thursday, Major General Napier arrived in Colne, to make inquiries on the part of Government as to the origin of the riot, the conduct of the military, and the measures of protection requisite for adoption hereafter. Soon after his arrival a placard was issued, offering a reward of £200 for the apprehension of the murderer of Mr. Halatetad, £100 to be paid by Government, and the other by the inhabitants of the town. The advertisment further promises the Secretary of State's incessions for any one who may give information, as to the commission of the murder, except the actual murderer.4

Research Note: LANCASTER LENT ASSIZES
WEDNESDAY
The write-up of the trial runs to 15 pages - if anyone is interested in the transcript please email me.5

Research Note: TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHERN STAR
Sir,-The readers of the Star will recollect the disturbances that took place in Colne in the month of August last, in consequence of the previous brutal, cowardly, and unjustifiable conduct of the " Jacks in office," or the should be peace preservers, and their tools of all work, the county police. The consequence was, the committal of four young men to Lancaster Castle, charged with the wilful murder of Mr. Halstead, who came by his death at that time, from the hand or hands of some person or, persons at present unknown.
The aforesaid young men were tried on the capital charge at the late assizes at Lancaster, and three of them were acquitted of the murder, but, at the suggestion of their counsel, pleaded guilty to the charge of misdemeanor. Richard Boothman, the other prisoner, was found guilty by the Jury of wilful murder, on the testimony of two hired and unprincipled policemen. Owing to some strange and unaccountable circumstance at the trial, the witnesses for the prisoner Boothman, who were ready, and capable of proving an alibi in his favour, were not brought forward. Tho consequence was as stated before, and he wae sentenced to death: but by prompt and energetic exertions being made, by memorials being sent to Lord Normanby and the Queen, his sentence was commuted to transportation for life. A poor, innocent, unoffending young man transported for life! It is the general and unanimous conviction in this town that he is perfectly innocent of the crime for which he is suffering.
The Rev. J. Henderson, Incumbent in this town, is worthy of all praise for using his talent and influence in behalf of the injured and unfortunate Boothman, in endeavonring to obtain his release; but hitherto his charitable intentions have not been successful, arising, it is thought, from communications going from another quarter, who is in frequent communication with the Home-office.
We understand poor Boothman was removed from Lancaster gaol last week, to the bulks, preparatory to his going abroad for life, in all probability, a victim of police perjury and petty spite and malie.
In consequence of the public believing the young men were innocent of the charges brought against them, a subscription was entered into to procure them some- thing like a fair trial, and the following items were received from the different towns and villages, which, we trust, you will have the goodness to insert in your valuable and widely circulating paper:-
£ s. d.
Burnley ... ... 2 7 0
Keighley ... ... 1 6 91/2
Ackrlngton ?? 0 14 0
Hebden Bridge ?? ?? 9 0
Sand-bed, near Shaggatie ?? 0 14 7J
Barnoldswick ?? 0 12 0
Barrowford ?? ?? 0 14 0
Chatburn . ?? 9 4 31
Grindleston ?? . ?? 0It 3
Clitheroe ?? ?? 0 12 6
Farnhill ?? ..0 5 2
Glusburn. ?? ?? ?? ae 5 7
Sutton ?? ?? 12 0
Cononly ?? ?? ?? ?? 6 0
If you can find a little space for this comnmunication, you will much oblige your numerous readers in this town and neighbourhood. Respectfully, yours, &c J. WATSON.
Colne, June 22d, 1841.6

Children of Joseph HALSTEAD and Harriet SMITH

Sources of Information:

  1. [S33] Website Lancashire Online Parish Clerk (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk).
  2. [S7] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  3. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q3 1840 - Ref 21 138 - Burnley."
  4. [S31] Website British Newspaper Archive (http://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk) "Preston Chronicle - Saturday 15 August 1840."
  5. [S31] Website British Newspaper Archive (http://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk) "Lancaster Gazette - Saturday 27 March 1841."
  6. [S31] Website British Newspaper Archive (http://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk) "Northern Star and Leeds General Advretiser - Saturday 26 June 1841."

John VARLEY

#14816, b. 1814, d. 2 July 1882
Last Edited=10 Jun 2016
     John VARLEY was born in 1814 at Marsden, Lancashire.
John married Margaret HALSTEAD, daughter of William HALSTEAD and Peggy HALSTEAD, on 23 September 1851 at St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire. He was a Butcher aged 37, a bachelor residing in Causeway Foot, Little Marsden. His father was listed as Robert ELLIOTT, a Cabinet Maker. Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England, After Banns. The marriage was witnessed by Sarah HALSTEAD and James READ.1,2 John VARLEY witnessed the marriage of Matthew GREEN and Ann HALSTEAD on 29 August 1857 at St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire.1,3
John died on 2 July 1882 at Causeway Foot, Nelson, Lancashire.4,5 His estate was probated on 27 July 1882 at Lancaster, Lancashire. The estate was valued at £5,216 10s 1d.5

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q3 1851 - Ref 21 179 - Burnley."
  3. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q3 1857 - Ref 8e 182 - Burnley."
  4. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q3 1882 - Ref 8e 169 - Burnley aged 68."
  5. [S14] Website National Probate Indexes for England & Wales (https://probatesearch.service.gov.uk/#wills).

Hannah HARTLEY

#14817, b. 1815, d. 1857
Last Edited=20 Jan 2015
     Her married name was HALSTEAD.
Hannah HARTLEY was born in 1815.
Hannah married Robert HALSTEAD, son of Lawrence HALSTEAD, on 9 January 1853 at St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire. She was aged 38, a spinster residing in Little Marsden. Her father was listed as Thomas HARTLEY, a Heel Yarn Maker. Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, by Banns The marriage was witnessed by Betty LANCASTER and Hartley FEATHER.1,2
Hannah's death was registered in 1857 in the Burnley registration district.3

Children of Hannah HARTLEY and Robert HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q1 1853 - Ref 8e 240 - Burnley."
  3. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q1 1857 - Ref 8e 164b - Burnley."

Henry ROBERTS

#14818, b. 1819
Last Edited=5 May 2016
     Henry ROBERTS was born in 1819.
Henry married Maria HALSTEAD, daughter of James HALSTEAD and Hannah TAYLOR, on 10 December 1853 at St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire. He was a Farmer aged 34, a bachelor residing at Pasture in Barrowford. His father was listed as John ROBERTS, a Farmer. Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England, After Banns. The marriage was witnessed by Joseph SUTCLIFFE and Betty HALSTEAD.1,2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q4 1853 - Ref 8e 239 - Burnley."

Matthew GREEN

#14819, b. 1834, d. 14 November 1882
Last Edited=10 Jun 2016
     Matthew GREEN was born in 1834.
Matthew married Ann HALSTEAD, daughter of William HALSTEAD and Peggy HALSTEAD, on 29 August 1857 at St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire. He was a Mechanic aged 23, a bachelor residing in Barrowford. His father was listed as John GREEN. Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, by Certificate. The marriage was witnessed by John VARLEY and Sarah HALSTEAD.1,2
His wife, Ann, died on 7 September 1861 at Great Marsden, Lancashire, at the age of 28.
Matthew married Susan Ellen LONSDALE on 23 April 1868 at St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire. He was a Manufacturer aged 35, a widower residing in Colne. His father was listed as John GREEN, a Weaver. Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, by Licence. The marriage was witnessed by John LONSDALE and Elizabeth ANDREWS.1,3
Matthew died on 14 November 1882 at Oak Bank, Nelson, Lancashire.4 His estate was probated on 19 December 1882 at Lancaster, Lancashire. The estate was valued at £18,667 15s 1d.4

Child of Matthew GREEN and Ann HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q3 1857 - Ref 8e 182 - Burnley."
  3. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q2 1868 - Ref 8e 274 - Burnley."
  4. [S14] Website National Probate Indexes for England & Wales (https://probatesearch.service.gov.uk/#wills).

Mary Ann HALSTEAD

#14820, b. 1843
Last Edited=10 Feb 2017
     Her married name was DUERDEN.
Mary Ann HALSTEAD was born in 1843 at Colne, Lancashire.1 She was the daughter of Alice HALSTEAD. In the census of 30 March 1851 at Lister Street, Colne, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 8 born Colne, the daughter of John BRACEWELL.2 In the census of 7 April 1861 at Lister Street, Colne, Lancashire, she was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 18 born Colne, the daughter of John BRACEWELL.3
Mary married James DUERDEN on 6 July 1861 at St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire. She was aged 19, a spinster residing in Colne. Her father was listed as John BRACEWELL, a Hatter. Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England, After Banns. The marriage was witnessed by J EDMESON and Rachel WHITTAM.4,5

Sources of Information:

  1. [S1] GRO Indexes to Births. "Q2 1843 - Ref 21 234 - Burnley."
  2. [S9487] 1851 Census for Colne, Lancashire:HO107 Piece:2254 Folio:399 Page:20 (online image).
  3. [S10322] 1861 Census for Colne, Lancashire:RG09 Piece:3079 Folio:113 Page:14 (online image).
  4. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  5. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q3 1861 - Ref 8e 246 - Burnley."

James DUERDEN

#14821, b. 1837
Last Edited=5 May 2016
     James DUERDEN was born in 1837 at Colne, Lancashire.
James married Mary Ann HALSTEAD, daughter of Alice HALSTEAD, on 6 July 1861 at St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire. He was a Weaver aged 24, a bachelor residing in Colne. His father was listed as William DUERDEN, a Weaver. Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England, After Banns. The marriage was witnessed by J EDMESON and Rachel WHITTAM.1,2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q3 1861 - Ref 8e 246 - Burnley."

James WALTON

#14822, b. 1823
Last Edited=28 Mar 2015
     James WALTON was born in 1823 at Briercliffe, Lancashire.
James married Sarah HALSTEAD, daughter of John HALSTEAD and Sarah (?), on 8 May 1843 at St James, Briercliffe, Lancashire. He was a Weaver of full age, a bachelor residing in Black House Lane, Briercliffe. His father was listed as John WALTON, a Weaver. Married in the Parish Church according to the Rights and Ceremonies of the Established Church, by Banns. The marriage was witnessed by James SHOESMITH and Elizabeth TATTERSALL.1,2
In the census of 30 March 1851 at Public House, Haggate, Briercliffe with Extwistle, Lancashire, James was listed as aged 27 born Briercliffe, the Head of Household; a Cotton Hand Loom Weaver, living with his wife Sarah, sons John, Thomas, Halstead and Robert, daughter Betty.3

Children of James WALTON and Sarah HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q2 1843 - Ref 21 97 - Burnley."
  3. [S8724] 1851 Census for Briercliffe with Extwistle, Lancashire:HO107 Piece:2251 Folio:106 Page:18 (online image).

John WATSON

#14823, b. 1835
Last Edited=6 May 2016
     John WATSON was born in 1835 at Brierfield, Lancashire.
John married Elizabeth HALSTEAD, daughter of William HALSTEAD and Isabella WELLS, on 30 November 1863 at St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire. He was a Collier aged 29, a bachelor residing in Little Marsden. His father was listed as David WATSON, a Collier. Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England, After Banns. The marriage was witnessed by Sarah WILKINSON and Samuel SMITH.1,2
In the census of 2 April 1871 at Reedley Road, Little Marsden, Lancashire, John was listed as aged 36 born Brierfield, the Head of Household; a Coal Miner, living with his wife Elizabeth, daughters Mary Elizabeth and Jane, son Joseph.3
In the census of 3 April 1881 at 27 Bradley Road, Great and Little Marsden, Lancashire, John was listed as aged 46 born Nelson, the Head of Household; a Cotton Weaver, living with his wife Elizabeth, son Joseph, daughters Mary Elizabeth and Jane.4
In the census of 5 April 1891 at 21 Bradley Road, Great and Little Marsden, Lancashire, John was listed as aged 56 born Nelson, the Head of Household; a Greengrocer, living with his wife Elizabeth, daughter Jane GREENWOOD, son-in-law John Thomas GREENWOOD, granddaughters Mary E and Jane Alice GREENWOOD.5

Children of John WATSON and Elizabeth HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q4 1863 - Ref 8e 259 - Burnley."
  3. [S2041] 1871 Census for Little Marsden, Lancashire:RG10 Piece:4155 Folio:186 Page:24 (online image).
  4. [S8250] 1881 Census for Little Marsden, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4161 Folio:086 Page:25 (online image).
  5. [S8249] 1891 Census for Nelson, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3376 Folio:053 Page:33 (online image).

Sarah HORSFALL

#14824, b. 1842, d. 29 June 1875
Last Edited=13 Mar 2016
     Her married name was HARTLEY.1 Her married name was RUSHTON.
Sarah HORSFALL was born in 1842 at Trawden, Lancashire.
Sarah married William RUSHTON, son of Oates RUSHTON and Martha HALSTEAD, on 18 February 1861 at St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire. She was aged 20, a spinster residing in Little Marsden. Her father was listed as John HORSFALL, a Mill Manager. After Banns. The marriage was witnessed by Henry HARTLEY and Ellen HARTLEY.2
In the census of 7 April 1861 at Lomeshaye Lane Top, Little Marsden, Lancashire, she was listed as a Cotton Power Loom Weaver, aged 21 born Trawden, the wife of William RUSHTON (a Stone Mason, living with his wife Sarah.)3
Her husband, William, died in 1862 in the Burnley registration district; The lancashire BMD website has an age of 23 for William.4
Sarah married William HALSTEAD, son of Nancy HARTLEY, on 22 February 1866 at St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire. She was a Cotton Power Loom Weaver aged 24, a widow residing in Little Marsden. Her father was listed as John HORSFALL, an Overlooker. by Superintendent Registrar Certificate. The marriage was witnessed by J W FISHER and John HORSFIELD.1
In the census of 2 April 1871 at Crowther Street, Little Marsden, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 30 born Rushton, the wife of William HALSTEAD (a Stone Cutter, living with his wife Sarah.)5
Sarah died on 29 June 1875 at Lee, Marsden, Lancashire. Sex - Female / Aged - 35 Year / Occupation - wife of William HARTLEY, a Farmer / Cause of death - 1 day Coma - certified by Alex P MILLER M D / Informant - W HARTLEY, widower of deceased, present at death, Lee, Marsden / Registered - 30 June 1875.6,7

Child of Sarah HORSFALL and William HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q1 1866 - Ref 8e 250 - Burnley."
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q1 1861 - Ref 8e 251 - Burnley."
  3. [S7518] 1861 Census for Little Marsden, Lancashire:RG09 Piece:3077 Folio:046 Page:45 (online image).
  4. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q2 1862 - Ref 8e 151 - Burnley."
  5. [S7517] 1871 Census for Little Marsden, Lancashire:RG10 Piece:4155 Folio:042 Page:33 (online image).
  6. [S6] Original death certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  7. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q2 1875 - Ref 8e 199 - Burnley aged 35."

William RUSHTON

#14825, b. 1839, d. 1862
Last Edited=13 Mar 2016
Relationship
2nd great-grandson of Henry HALSTEAD
Appears on charts
Chart 22:Descendants of Joseph HALSTEAD (1742-1821)
     William RUSHTON was born in 1839 at Great Marsden, Lancashire. He was the son of Oates RUSHTON and Martha HALSTEAD. In the census of 6 June 1841 at Coley Hall, Great Marsden, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 2 born in county, the assumed son of Oates RUSHTON.1 In the census of 30 March 1851 at Coley Hall, Great Marsden, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 12 born Marsden, the son of Oates RUSHTON.2
William married Sarah HORSFALL on 18 February 1861 at St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire. He was a Mason aged 22, a bachelor residing in Little Marsden. His father was listed as Oates RUSHTON, a Farmer. After Banns. The marriage was witnessed by Henry HARTLEY and Ellen HARTLEY.3
In the census of 7 April 1861 at Lomeshaye Lane Top, Little Marsden, Lancashire, William was listed as aged 22 born Great Marsden, the Head of Household; a Stone Mason, living with his wife Sarah.4
William's death was registered in 1862 in the Burnley registration district. The lancashire BMD website has an age of 23 for William.5

Sources of Information:

  1. [S7519] 1841 Census for Great Marsden, Lancashire:HO107 Piece:0509 Book:01 Folio:21 (online image).
  2. [S1896] 1851 Census for Great Marsden, Lancashire:HO107 Piece:2254 Folio:165 Page:09 (online image).
  3. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q1 1861 - Ref 8e 251 - Burnley."
  4. [S7518] 1861 Census for Little Marsden, Lancashire:RG09 Piece:3077 Folio:046 Page:45 (online image).
  5. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q2 1862 - Ref 8e 151 - Burnley."

Daniel WATERWORTH

#14827, b. 1851, d. 22 July 1910
Last Edited=4 Jun 2017
     Daniel WATERWORTH was born in 1851 at Briercliffe, Lancashire.
Daniel married Martha Ann HALSTEAD, daughter of James HALSTEAD and Sarah INGHAM, on 20 August 1870 at St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire. He was a Mason aged 19, a bachelor residing in Little Marsden. His father was listed as Richard WATERWORTH, a Weaver. Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England, After Banns. The marriage was witnessed by Wilkinson BARCROFT and Grace BURROWS.1,2
In the census of 2 April 1871 at Lomeshaye, Little Marsden, Lancashire, Daniel was listed as aged 20 born Briercliffe, the Head of Household; a Stone Mason, living with his wife Martha Ann, son John W.3
In the census of 3 April 1881 at 4 Boundry Street, Burnley, Lancashire, Daniel was listed as aged 30 born Briercliffe, the Head of Household; a Stone Mason, living with his wife Martha A, sons John W, Rawson and Thomas N, daughters Sarah E, Phoebe and Emily.4
In the census of 5 April 1891 at Spring Head Farm, Marsden Road, Burnley, Lancashire, Daniel was listed as aged 40 born Burnley, the Head of Household; a Cotton Weaver, living with his wife Martha A, sons John W, Rawson and Thomas N, daughters S E, Phoebe, Emily, Annie, Edith and Amy.5
In the census of 31 March 1901 at 4 Jib Hill, Burnley, Lancashire, Daniel was listed as aged 50 born Burnley, the Head of Household; a Stone Mason, living with his wife Martha A, sons Thomas N, Daniel and Harry, daughters Sarah E, Phoebe, Emily, Annie, Edith, Amy and Martha A.6
Daniel died on 22 July 1910 at 4 Elim View, Burnley, Lancashire.7,8 His estate was probated on 21 October 1910 at London. The estate was valued at £1,428 13s 10d.8

Child of Daniel WATERWORTH and Martha Ann HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q3 1870 - Ref 8e 295 - Burnley."
  3. [S9725] 1871 Census for Little Marsden, Lancashire:RG10 Piece:4155 Folio:077 Page:10 (online image).
  4. [S10730] 1881 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4148 Folio:160 Page:08 (online image).
  5. [S10731] 1891 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3362 Folio:051 Page:25 (online image).
  6. [S10732] 1901 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3866 Folio:039 Page:13 (online image).
  7. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q3 1910 - Ref 8e 94 - Burnley aged 59."
  8. [S14] Website National Probate Indexes for England & Wales (https://probatesearch.service.gov.uk/#wills).

Martha Ann HALSTEAD

#14828, b. 1852, d. 13 February 1925
Last Edited=4 Jun 2017
     Her married name was WATERWORTH.
Martha Ann HALSTEAD was born in 1852 at Little Marsden, Lancashire.1 She was the daughter of James HALSTEAD and Sarah INGHAM.
Martha married Daniel WATERWORTH on 20 August 1870 at St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire. She was aaged 18, a spinster residing in Little Marsden. Her father was listed as James HALSTEAD, a Cutlooker. Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England, After Banns. The marriage was witnessed by Wilkinson BARCROFT and Grace BURROWS.2,3
In the census of 2 April 1871 at Lomeshaye, Little Marsden, Lancashire, she was listed as a Worsted Weaver, aged 19 born Little Marsden, the wife of Daniel WATERWORTH (a Stone Mason, living with his wife Martha Ann, son John W.)4
In the census of 3 April 1881 at 4 Boundry Street, Burnley, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 29 born Marsden, the wife of Daniel WATERWORTH (a Stone Mason, living with his wife Martha A, sons John W, Rawson and Thomas N, daughters Sarah E, Phoebe and Emily.)5
In the census of 5 April 1891 at Spring Head Farm, Marsden Road, Burnley, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 39 born Burnley, the wife of Daniel WATERWORTH (a Cotton Weaver, living with his wife Martha A, sons John W, Rawson and Thomas N, daughters S E, Phoebe, Emily, Annie, Edith and Amy.)6
In the census of 31 March 1901 at 4 Jib Hill, Burnley, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 49 born Burnley, the wife of Daniel WATERWORTH (a Stone Mason, living with his wife Martha A, sons Thomas N, Daniel and Harry, daughters Sarah E, Phoebe, Emily, Annie, Edith, Amy and Martha A.)7
Her husband, Daniel, died on 22 July 1910 at 4 Elim View, Burnley, Lancashire.8,9 Martha Ann WATERWORTH was the executor of Daniel WATERWORTH's estate granted on 21 October 1910 at London; £1,428 13s 10d.9
In the census of 2 April 1911 at 4 Elim View, Burnley, Lancashire, Martha was listed as aged 59 born Burnley, the Head of Household; a Housekeeper, living with her son Daniel, daughters Annie, Edith, Amy and Martha Ann (married 40 years - 13 children - 10 living.)10
Martha died on 13 February 1925 at Elm View, Burnley, Lancashire.9,11 Her estate was probated on 6 March 1925 at London. The estate was valued at £4,038 1s 0d.9

Child of Martha Ann HALSTEAD and Daniel WATERWORTH

Sources of Information:

  1. [S1] GRO Indexes to Births. "Q1 1852 - Ref 8e 187 - Burnley."
  2. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  3. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q3 1870 - Ref 8e 295 - Burnley."
  4. [S9725] 1871 Census for Little Marsden, Lancashire:RG10 Piece:4155 Folio:077 Page:10 (online image).
  5. [S10730] 1881 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4148 Folio:160 Page:08 (online image).
  6. [S10731] 1891 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3362 Folio:051 Page:25 (online image).
  7. [S10732] 1901 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3866 Folio:039 Page:13 (online image).
  8. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q3 1910 - Ref 8e 94 - Burnley aged 59."
  9. [S14] Website National Probate Indexes for England & Wales (https://probatesearch.service.gov.uk/#wills).
  10. [S10733] 1911 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG14 Piece:24805 Schedule:0214 (online image).
  11. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q1 1925 - Ref 8e 266 - Burnley aged 73."

James HANSON

#14829, b. 1816, d. April 1890
Last Edited=4 Jun 2017
     James HANSON was born in 1816 at Higher Booths, Lancashire.
James married Mary HALSTEAD, daughter of James HALSTEAD and Sarah INGHAM, on 15 July 1871 at St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire. He was a Stone Mason aged 50, a widower residing in Crawshawbooth. His father was listed as John HANSON, a Farmer. Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England, After Banns. The marriage was witnessed by John HORSFIELD and Ann HORSFIELD.1,2
In the census of 3 April 1881 at Rings Nook, Higher Booths, Lancashire, James was listed as aged 63 born Higher Booths, the Head of Household; a Masons Labourer, living with his wife Mary, son James, daughter Sarah, brother-in-law James HALSTEAD.3
James died in April 1890 at Rings Nook, Higher Booths, Lancashire.4 James was buried on 9 April 1890 at St Mary and All Saints, Goodshaw, Lancashire.5

Children of James HANSON and Mary HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q3 1871 - Ref 8e 298 - Burnley."
  3. [S6728] 1881 Census for Higher Booths, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4132 Folio:049 Page:34 (online image).
  4. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q2 1890 - Ref 8e 77 - Haslingden aged 74."
  5. [S33] Website Lancashire Online Parish Clerk (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk).

William CROSSLEY

#14830, b. 1851
Last Edited=6 May 2016
     William CROSSLEY was born in 1851.
William married Sarah Jane HALSTEAD, daughter of James HALSTEAD and Sarah INGHAM, on 19 October 1872 at St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire. He was a Cotton Power Loom weaver aged 21, a bachelor residing in Burnley Lane. His father was listed as Thomas CROSSLEY, a Weaver. Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, by Superintendent Registrar Certificate. The marriage was witnessed by Robert LEE and Jane PRAT.1,2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q4 1872 - Ref 8e 325 - Burnley."

Harold Carr THOMAS

#14833
Last Edited=7 Nov 2016
     Harold married Elsie Moncrieffe HALSTEAD, daughter of Albert HALSTEAD and Mary Elizabeth SPEAKE, on 2 August 1920 at St John, Broughton, Lancashire.1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q3 1920 - Ref 8d 6 - Salford."

Fanny THOMPSON

#14834, b. 1835
Last Edited=3 Aug 2012
     Her married name was PILKINGTON.
Fanny THOMPSON was born in 1835 at Bury, Lancashire.
Fanny married John PILKINGTON in 1867 at Registrar Attended, Bury, Lancashire.1
In the census of 2 April 1871 at 86 Hornby Street, Bury, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 36 born Lancaster, the wife of John PILKINGTON (an Engine Smith, living with his wife Fanny, daughter Harriet, sons Alfred and Halstead, stepdaughter Annie THOMPSON.)2
In the census of 3 April 1881 at 86 Hornby Street, Bury, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 42 born Lancaster, the wife of John PILKINGTON (an Engine Fitter at Works, living with his wife Fanny, daughter Harriet, son Halstead, stepdaughter Annie THOMPSON.)3

Child of Fanny THOMPSON

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q4 1867 - Ref 8c 639 - Bury."
  2. [S2282] 1871 Census for Bury, Lancashire:RG10 Piece:3956 Folio:035 Page:15 (online image).
  3. [S2283] 1881 Census for Bury, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:3863 Folio:043 Page:36 (online image).

Zillah Hartley HANSON

#14837, b. 26 January 1888, d. March 1985
Last Edited=12 Sep 2016
     Her married name was HOLSTEAD.
Zillah Hartley HANSON was born on 26 January 1888 at Wakefield, Yorkshire.1
Zillah married William Wilson HOLSTEAD, son of William HOLSTEAD and Harriet WILSON, in 1912 in the Wakefield registration district.2 She was listed in the 1939Register taken on 29 September 1939 at 148 Bond Street, Blackpool, Lancashire. She was married, a Boarding House Proprietor, born 26 January 1888. There were two other redacted people in the household.3
Her husband, William, died on 28 January 1940 at 148 Bond Street, Blackpool, Lancashire, at the age of 53.4,5 Zillah Hartley HOLSTEAD was the executor of William Wilson HOLSTEAD's estate granted on 4 July 1940 at Wakefield, Yorkshire; £3,999.5
Zillah's death was registered in March 1985 in the Blackpool registration district at the age of 97.6

Children of Zillah Hartley HANSON and William Wilson HOLSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S1] GRO Indexes to Births. "Q1 1888 - Ref 9c 41 - Wakefield."
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q3 1912 - Ref 9c 136 - Wakefield."
  3. [S30] 1939 Register : (online image) "RG101/4252b/020."
  4. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q1 1940 - Ref 8e 1884 - Blackpool Aged 53."
  5. [S14] Website National Probate Indexes for England & Wales (https://probatesearch.service.gov.uk/#wills).
  6. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Mar 1985 - Ref 40 673 385 - Blackpool."

William HOLSTEAD

#14838, b. 25 December 1914, d. 18 August 1966
Last Edited=3 Dec 2016
Relationship
2nd great-grandson of David HALSTEAD
Appears on charts
Chart 08:Descendants of David HOLSTEAD (1803-1858)
     William HOLSTEAD was born on 25 December 1914 at Wakefield, Yorkshire.1 He was the son of William Wilson HOLSTEAD and Zillah Hartley HANSON.
William married Annie WILSON in 1939 at Lower Agbrigg, Yorkshire.2 He was listed in the 1939Register taken on 29 September 1939 at 12 Frobisher Grove, Wakefield, Yorkshire. He was married, an Omnibus Driver Conductor, born 25 December 1914.3 William HOLSTEAD was the executor of Francis HOLSTEAD's estate granted on 21 April 1951 at Wakefield, Yorkshire; £1,022 2s 3d.4
William died on 18 August 1966 at 6 Spe Grove, Lupset, Wakefield, Yorkshire, at the age of 51.5,4 His estate was given Letters of Administration on 21 September 1966 at Wakefield, Yorkshire. The estate was valued at £478.4

Children of William HOLSTEAD and Annie WILSON

  • Joyce HOLSTEAD
  • Shirley HOLSTEAD
  • John W HOLSTEAD
  • Alec H HOLSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S1] GRO Indexes to Births. "Q1 1915 - Ref 9c 123 - Wakefield."
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q2 1939 - Ref 9c 261 - Lower Agbrigg."
  3. [S30] 1939 Register : (online image) "RG101/3578b/006."
  4. [S14] Website National Probate Indexes for England & Wales (https://probatesearch.service.gov.uk/#wills).
  5. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q3 1966 - Ref 2d 541 - Wakefield aged 51."

Edith HOLSTEAD

#14841, b. 1920, d. 1931
Last Edited=20 Nov 2012
Relationship
2nd great-granddaughter of David HALSTEAD
Appears on charts
Chart 08:Descendants of David HOLSTEAD (1803-1858)
     Edith HOLSTEAD's birth was registered in 1920 in the Wakefield registration district.1 She was the daughter of William Wilson HOLSTEAD and Zillah Hartley HANSON.
Edith's death was registered in 1931 in the Wakefield registration district.2 Edith was buried on 16 April 1931 at Outwood Cemetery, Outwood, Yorkshire.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S1] GRO Indexes to Births. "Q1 1920 - Ref 9c 156 - Wakefield."
  2. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q2 1931 - Ref 9c 94 - Wakefield aged 11."

Peter HALSTED

#14842, b. 1828, d. 1828
Last Edited=30 May 2017
     Peter HALSTED was born in 1828 at Jackwell House, Briercliffe, Lancashire.1 He was the son of John HALSTED and Jane PARKER. Peter HALSTED was baptised on 17 December 1828 at St Peter, Burnley, Lancashire. Peter was buried on 18 December 1828 at St James, Burnley, Lancashire.1
Peter died in 1828 at Jackwell House, Briercliffe, Lancashire.1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S33] Website Lancashire Online Parish Clerk (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk).

John HALSTED

#14843, b. 1817, d. October 1837
Last Edited=2 Aug 2013
     John HALSTED was born in 1817 at Burnley, Lancashire. He was the son of John HALSTED and Jane PARKER. John HALSTED was baptised on 29 September 1817 at Burnley, Lancashire.
John died in October 1837 at Briercliffe, Lancashire.1 John was buried on 8 October 1837 at Burnley, Lancashire.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q4 1837 - Ref 21 101 - Burnley."

Dorothy HALSTED

#14844, b. 1822, d. November 1839
Last Edited=2 Aug 2013
     Dorothy HALSTED was born in 1822 at Briercliffe, Lancashire. She was the daughter of John HALSTED and Jane PARKER. Dorothy HALSTED was baptised on 27 October 1822 at St Peter, Burnley, Lancashire.
Dorothy died in November 1839 at Briercliffe, Lancashire. Dorothy was buried on 5 November 1839 at St Peter, Burnley, Lancashire.

George HALSTED

#14845, b. 1819, d. August 1821
Last Edited=2 Aug 2013
     George HALSTED was born in 1819 at Briercliffe, Lancashire. He was the son of John HALSTED and Jane PARKER. George HALSTED was baptised on 29 August 1819 at St Peter, Burnley, Lancashire.
George died in August 1821 at Briercliffe, Lancashire. George was buried on 1 September 1821 at St Peter, Burnley, Lancashire.

William HALSTED

#14846, b. 1813, d. June 1814
Last Edited=30 May 2017
     William HALSTED was born in 1813 at Briercliffe, Lancashire. He was the son of John HALSTED and Jane PARKER. William HALSTED was baptised on 17 May 1813 at St Peter, Burnley, Lancashire.
William died in June 1814 at Haggate, Lancashire.1 William was buried on 14 June 1814 at St Peter, Burnley, Lancashire.1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S33] Website Lancashire Online Parish Clerk (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk).

Frances HALSTED

#14847, b. 24 July 1809, d. January 1814
Last Edited=30 Dec 2013
     Frances HALSTED was born on 24 July 1809 at Extwistle, Lancashire. She was the daughter of John HALSTED and Jane PARKER. Frances HALSTED was baptised on 27 August 1809 at St Peter, Burnley, Lancashire.
Frances died in January 1814 at Briercliffe, Lancashire, at the age of 4. Frances was buried on 26 January 1814 at St Peter, Burnley, Lancashire.

Elizabeth HALSTED

#14848, b. 24 April 1811
Last Edited=30 May 2017
     Her married name was NICHOLL.1
Elizabeth HALSTED was born on 24 April 1811 at Great Marsden, Lancashire. She was the daughter of John HALSTED and Jane PARKER. Elizabeth HALSTED was baptised on 1 May 1811 at St Peter, Burnley, Lancashire.
Elizabeth married William NICHOLL on 9 March 1834 at St Peter, Burnley, Lancashire. She was of this Chapelry. Married by Banns. The marriage was witnessed by John PARKER and Robert SIMPSON.1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S7] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.

William TATTERSALL

#14849, b. 1839
Last Edited=21 Jan 2017
     William TATTERSALL was born in 1839 at Haslingden, Lancashire. He was the son of Esther TATTERSALL. In the census of 30 March 1851 at Stonefold, Lower Booths, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 12 born Haslingden, the son of Halstead ASHWORTH.1
William married Susannah PILKINGTON on 9 February 1861 at St Peter, Burnley, Lancashire. He was a Self Acting Winder aged 22, a bachelor residing in Oxford Road. His father was listed as Halstead ASHWORTH, a Self Acting Minder. Married in the Church of St Peter, according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, by Banns. The marriage was witnessed by Edward EASTWOOD and Sarah RIDING.2,3
In the census of 7 April 1861 at 16 Hoare Street, Burnley, Lancashire, William was listed as aged 22 born Heywood Bridge, the Head of Household; a Self Acting Minder, living with his wife Susannah, daughter Margaret J PILKINGTON.4
In the census of 2 April 1871 William was listed as aged 33 born Haslingden, the Head of Household; a Brush Maker, living with his wife Susannah, son Albert, daughters Margaret J PILKINGTON, Esther Ann and Mary Elizabeth.

Child of William TATTERSALL and Susannah PILKINGTON

Sources of Information:

  1. [S7905] 1851 Census for Lower Booths, Lancashire:HO107 Piece:2249 Folio:234 Page:10 (online image).
  2. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  3. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q1 1861 - Ref 8e 238 - Burnley."
  4. [S10600] 1861 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG09 Piece:3065 Folio:074 Page:14 (online image).

Martha ASHWORTH

#14850, b. 1841
Last Edited=21 Jun 2012
Relationship
17th great-granddaughter of William de HALLSTEDES
Appears on charts
Chart 01:Descendants of William de HALLSTEDES
     Martha ASHWORTH was born in 1841 at Burnley, Lancashire. She was the daughter of Halstead ASHWORTH and Elizabeth NUTTER. In the census of 6 June 1841 at Oak Mount, Habergham Eaves, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 1 born in county, the assumed son of Halstead ASHWORTH.1 Martha ASHWORTH was baptised on 6 June 1841 at St Peter, Burnley, Lancashire.2 In the census of 30 March 1851 at Stonefold, Lower Booths, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 9 born Burnley, the daughter of Halstead ASHWORTH.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S7904] 1841 Census for Habergham Eaves, Lancashire:HO107 Piece:0508 Book:07 Folio:28 (online image).
  2. [S33] Website Lancashire Online Parish Clerk (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk).
  3. [S7905] 1851 Census for Lower Booths, Lancashire:HO107 Piece:2249 Folio:234 Page:10 (online image).

Sarah Ann ASHWORTH

#14851, b. 1848
Last Edited=21 Jun 2012
Relationship
17th great-granddaughter of William de HALLSTEDES
Appears on charts
Chart 01:Descendants of William de HALLSTEDES
     Sarah Ann ASHWORTH was born in 1848 at Burnley, Lancashire. She was the daughter of Halstead ASHWORTH and Elizabeth NUTTER. In the census of 30 March 1851 at Stonefold, Lower Booths, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 2 born Burnley, the daughter of Halstead ASHWORTH.1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S7905] 1851 Census for Lower Booths, Lancashire:HO107 Piece:2249 Folio:234 Page:10 (online image).

Annie COLLINGE

#14852, b. 1882
Last Edited=29 Jun 2012
     Annie COLLINGE was born in 1882 at Cliviger, Lancashire. She was the daughter of Halstead COLLINGE and Elizabeth CROWTHER. In the census of 5 April 1891 at Overtown, Cliviger, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 9 born Cliviger, the daughter of Halstead COLLINGE.1 In the census of 31 March 1901 at 4 Overtown, Cliviger, Lancashire, she was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 19 born Cliviger, the daughter of Halstead COLLINGE.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S8057] 1891 Census for Cliviger, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3372 Folio:071 Page:07 (online image).
  2. [S8058] 1901 Census for Cliviger, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3868 Folio:092 Page:19 (online image).

Clara COLLINGE

#14853, b. 1884
Last Edited=29 Jun 2012
     Clara COLLINGE was born in 1884 at Cliviger, Lancashire. She was the daughter of Halstead COLLINGE and Elizabeth CROWTHER. In the census of 5 April 1891 at Overtown, Cliviger, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 7 born Cliviger, the daughter of Halstead COLLINGE.1 In the census of 31 March 1901 at 4 Overtown, Cliviger, Lancashire, she was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 17 born Cliviger, the daughter of Halstead COLLINGE.2 In the census of 2 April 1911 at 4 Overtown, Cliviger, Lancashire, she was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 27 born Cliviger, the daughter of Halstead COLLINGE.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S8057] 1891 Census for Cliviger, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3372 Folio:071 Page:07 (online image).
  2. [S8058] 1901 Census for Cliviger, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3868 Folio:092 Page:19 (online image).
  3. [S8059] 1911 Census for Cliviger, Lancashire:RG14 Piece:24815 Schedule:0165 (online image).

Ellen COLLINGE

#14854, b. 1889
Last Edited=29 Jun 2012
     Ellen COLLINGE was born in 1889 at Cliviger, Lancashire. She was the daughter of Halstead COLLINGE and Elizabeth CROWTHER. In the census of 5 April 1891 at Overtown, Cliviger, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 2 born Cliviger, the daughter of Halstead COLLINGE.1 In the census of 31 March 1901 at 4 Overtown, Cliviger, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 12 born Cliviger, the daughter of Halstead COLLINGE.2 In the census of 2 April 1911 at 4 Overtown, Cliviger, Lancashire, she was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 22 born Cliviger, the daughter of Halstead COLLINGE.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S8057] 1891 Census for Cliviger, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3372 Folio:071 Page:07 (online image).
  2. [S8058] 1901 Census for Cliviger, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3868 Folio:092 Page:19 (online image).
  3. [S8059] 1911 Census for Cliviger, Lancashire:RG14 Piece:24815 Schedule:0165 (online image).

Susannah COLLINGE

#14855, b. 1891
Last Edited=29 Jun 2012
     Susannah COLLINGE was born in 1891 at Cliviger, Lancashire. She was the daughter of Halstead COLLINGE and Elizabeth CROWTHER. In the census of 5 April 1891 at Overtown, Cliviger, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 2 months born Cliviger, the daughter of Halstead COLLINGE.1 In the census of 31 March 1901 at 4 Overtown, Cliviger, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 10 born Cliviger, the daughter of Halstead COLLINGE.2 In the census of 2 April 1911 at 4 Overtown, Cliviger, Lancashire, she was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 20 born Cliviger, the daughter of Halstead COLLINGE.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S8057] 1891 Census for Cliviger, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3372 Folio:071 Page:07 (online image).
  2. [S8058] 1901 Census for Cliviger, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3868 Folio:092 Page:19 (online image).
  3. [S8059] 1911 Census for Cliviger, Lancashire:RG14 Piece:24815 Schedule:0165 (online image).

Caroline COLLINGE

#14856, b. 1890
Last Edited=29 Jun 2012
     Caroline COLLINGE was born in 1890 at Burnley, Lancashire. She was the daughter of James COLLINGE and Mary Alice BOARDMAN. In the census of 5 April 1891 at 12 Wigan Road, Skelmersdale, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 1 born Burnley, the daughter of James COLLINGE.1 In the census of 31 March 1901 at 145 Sandy Lane, Skelmersdale, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 12 born Burnley, a Visitor of William HODKINSON.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S8052] 1891 Census for Skelmersdale, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3044 Folio:014 Page:21 (online image).
  2. [S8055] 1901 Census for Skelmersdale, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3546 Folio:156 Page:10 (online image).

James HELLIWELL

#14857, b. 1865
Last Edited=17 Jul 2012
Relationship
3rd great-grandson of Henry HALSTEAD
Appears on charts
Chart 22:Descendants of Joseph HALSTEAD (1742-1821)
     James HELLIWELL was born in 1865 at Burnley, Lancashire. He was the son of Halstead HELLIWELL and Ann LEAVER. In the census of 2 April 1871 at New Ground Top, Burnley, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 6 born Burnley, the son of Halstead HELLIWELL.1 In the census of 3 April 1881 at New Ground Top, Burnley, Lancashire, he was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 16 born Burnley, the son of Halstead HELLIWELL.2 In the census of 5 April 1891 at 3 Reedley Street, Burnley, Lancashire, he was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 26 born Burnley, the son of Halstead HELLIWELL.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2214] 1871 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG10 Piece:4148 Folio:051 Page:05 (online image).
  2. [S2215] 1881 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4148 Folio:121 Page:02 (online image).
  3. [S2216] 1891 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3362 Folio:050 Page:24 (online image).

John HIVEY

#14858, b. 1848
Last Edited=23 Dec 2016
     John HIVEY was born in 1848 at Liverpool, Lancashire.
John married Lucy HOLDEN, daughter of Halstead HOLDEN and Lucy OAKLEY, in 1878 in the West Derby registration district.1
In the census of 3 April 1881 at 21 Wentworth Street, Everton, Lancashire, John was listed as aged 32 born Liverpool, the Head of Household; a Commercial Travellor, living with his wife Lucy, son John, daughter Alice May.2
In the census of 5 April 1891 at 24 St Domingo Vale, Everton, Lancashire, John was listed as aged 42 born Liverpool, the Head of Household; an Accountant, living with his wife Lucy, son John, daughters Lucy and Mabel J.3
In the census of 31 March 1901 at 7 St Domingo Vale, Everton, Lancashire, John was listed as aged 53 born Liverpool, the Head of Household; a General Merchants Accountant, living with his wife Lucy, sons John and William, daughters Lucy, Mabel Jane, Dorothy May, Jessie Isabel and Ethel and brother-in-law Halstead HOLDEN.4
His wife, Lucy, died in 1908 in the Liverpool registration district.5
In the census of 2 April 1911 at 7 St Domingo Vale, Everton, Lancashire, John was listed as a widower, aged 62 born Liverpool, the Head of Household; a Secretary Limited Companies, living with his sons John and William, daughters Lucy, Mabel Jane, Dorothy May, Jessie Isabel and Ethel.6

Children of John HIVEY and Lucy HOLDEN

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q2 1878 - Ref 8b 794 - West Derby."
  2. [S10556] 1881 Census for Everton, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:3665 Folio:016 Page:25 (online image).
  3. [S10558] 1891 Census for Everton, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:2956 Folio:099 Page:53 (online image).
  4. [S1634] 1901 Census for Everton, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3478 Folio:013 Page:18 (online image).
  5. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q4 1908 - Ref 8b 299 - West Derby aged 51."
  6. [S10557] 1911 Census for Everton, Lancashire:RG14 Piece:22508 Schedule:0003 (online image).

James HORROCKS

#14859, b. 1872
Last Edited=6 Apr 2016
     James was also known as HORROX.
James HORROCKS was born in 1872 at Bury, Lancashire. He was the son of Halstead Hargreaves HORROCKS and Sarah HIBBERT. In the census of 3 April 1881 at 16 Landseer Street, Salford, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 9 born Bury, the son of Halstead Hargreaves HORROCKS.1 In the census of 5 April 1891 at 28 Chalfont Street, Salford, Lancashire, he was listed as single, a Piecer, aged 19 born Bury, the son of Halstead Hargreaves HORROCKS.2
James married Sarah JONES on 24 August 1895 at Christ Church, Salford, Lancashire. He was a Spinner aged 23, a bachelor residing at 30 Myles Street. His father was listed as Halstead Hargreaves HORROX, a Spinner. Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England, After Banns, The marriage was witnessed by Daniel HORROX and Elzaiebth CAIN.3,4

Sources of Information:

  1. [S3021] 1881 Census for Salford, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:3976 Folio:045 Page:24 (online image).
  2. [S3022] 1891 Census for Salford, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3227 Folio:020 Page:34 (online image).
  3. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  4. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q3 1895 - Ref 8d 107 - Salford."

Daniel HORROCKS

#14860, b. 1874
Last Edited=6 Apr 2016
     Daniel was also known as HORROX.
Daniel HORROCKS was born in 1874 at Bury, Lancashire. He was the son of Halstead Hargreaves HORROCKS and Sarah HIBBERT. In the census of 3 April 1881 at 16 Landseer Street, Salford, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 7 born Bury, the son of Halstead Hargreaves HORROCKS.1 In the census of 5 April 1891 at 28 Chalfont Street, Salford, Lancashire, he was listed as single, a Maker Up Apprentice, aged 17 born Bury, the son of Halstead Hargreaves HORROCKS.2 Daniel HORROX witnessed the marriage of James HORROX and Sarah JONES on 24 August 1895 at Christ Church, Salford, Lancashire.3,4
Daniel married Jessie REDFERN on 7 June 1900 at St Matthew, Stretford, Lancashire. He was a Maker-up aged 26, a bachelor residing at 2 Rose Street, Old Trafford. his father was listed as Halstead Hargreaves HORROX, a Winder. Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England, After Banns. The married was witnessed by G REDFERN and Sarah ECKERSLEY.3,5

Sources of Information:

  1. [S3021] 1881 Census for Salford, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:3976 Folio:045 Page:24 (online image).
  2. [S3022] 1891 Census for Salford, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3227 Folio:020 Page:34 (online image).
  3. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  4. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q3 1895 - Ref 8d 107 - Salford."
  5. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q2 1900 - Ref 8c 1125 - Barton upon Irwell."

Lavinia INGHAM

#14861, b. 1866
Last Edited=11 Mar 2012
Relationship
2nd great-granddaughter of William HALSTEAD
Appears on charts
Chart 10:Descendants of William HALSTEAD (1750-1840)
     Lavinia INGHAM was born in 1866 at Little Marsden, Lancashire. She was the daughter of Halstead INGHAM and Milly LEE. In the census of 2 April 1871 at Causey Fort, Hibson Road, Little Marsden, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 5 born Marsden, the daughter of Halstead INGHAM.1 In the census of 3 April 1881 at 37 Hibson Road, Great and Little Marsden, Lancashire, she was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 15 born Nelson, the daughter of Halstead INGHAM.2 In the census of 5 April 1891 at 7 Hartley Street, Great and Little Marsden, Lancashire, she was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 25 born Nelson, the daughter of Halstead INGHAM.3
In the census of 2 April 1911 at 14 Carlton Terrace, Morecombe, Lancashire, Lavinia was listed as single, aged 45 born Nelson, the Head of Household; a Boarding House Keeper, living with her sister Ada INGHAM, mother Milly INGHAM.4

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5303] 1871 Census for Little Marsden, Lancashire:RG10 Piece:4155 Folio:133 Page:12 (online image).
  2. [S5304] 1881 Census for Great and Little Marsden, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4161 Folio:039 Page:16 (online image).
  3. [S5305] 1891 Census for Great and Little Marsden, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3379 Folio:007 Page:07 (online image).
  4. [S5307] 1911 Census for Morecombe, Lancashire:RG14 Piece:25516 Schedule:0026 (online image).

Fred INGHAM

#14862, b. 1868
Last Edited=11 Mar 2012
Relationship
2nd great-grandson of William HALSTEAD
Appears on charts
Chart 10:Descendants of William HALSTEAD (1750-1840)
     Fred INGHAM was born in 1868 at Little Marsden, Lancashire. He was the son of Halstead INGHAM and Milly LEE. In the census of 2 April 1871 at Causey Fort, Hibson Road, Little Marsden, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 3 born Marsden, the son of Halstead INGHAM.1 In the census of 3 April 1881 at 37 Hibson Road, Great and Little Marsden, Lancashire, he was listed as a Cotton Weaver, aged 13 born Nelson, the son of Halstead INGHAM.2 In the census of 5 April 1891 at 7 Hartley Street, Great and Little Marsden, Lancashire, he was listed as single, a Cloth Looker, aged 23 born Nelson, the son of Halstead INGHAM.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5303] 1871 Census for Little Marsden, Lancashire:RG10 Piece:4155 Folio:133 Page:12 (online image).
  2. [S5304] 1881 Census for Great and Little Marsden, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4161 Folio:039 Page:16 (online image).
  3. [S5305] 1891 Census for Great and Little Marsden, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3379 Folio:007 Page:07 (online image).

Gertrude MITCHELL

#14863, b. 1886
Last Edited=16 Jul 2012
     Gertrude MITCHELL was born in 1886 at Burnley, Lancashire. She was the daughter of John MITCHELL and Ellen BENTLEY. In the census of 5 April 1891 at 282 Padiham Road, Habergham Eaves, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 5 born Burnley, the daughter of John MITCHELL.1 In the census of 31 March 1901 at 282 Padiham Road, Habergham Eaves, Lancashire, she was listed as single, a Dressmaker. aged 15 born Burnley, the daughter of Ellen MITCHELL.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S1639] 1891 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3370 Folio:012 Page:18 (online image).
  2. [S1638] 1901 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3873 Folio:048 Page:02 (online image).

Minnie OGDEN

#14864, b. 1869
Last Edited=25 Jun 2012
     Minnie OGDEN was born in 1869 at Whitworth, Lancashire. She was the daughter of Halstead OGDEN and Christiana SUTCLIFFE. In the census of 2 April 1871 at Troughgate, Whitworth, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 2 born Whitworth, the daughter of Halstead OGDEN.1 In the census of 3 April 1881 at 61 Plantation Street, Bacup, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 12 born Bacup, the daughter of Halstead OGDEN.2 In the census of 5 April 1891 at 3 Bismark Street, Oldham, Lancashire, she was listed as single, aged 22 born Bacup, the daughter of Halstead OGDEN.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2277] 1871 Census for Spotland, Lancashire:RG10 Piece:4131 Folio:046 Page:38 (online image).
  2. [S2278] 1881 Census for Newchurch, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4126 Folio:094 Page:37 (online image).
  3. [S2279] 1891 Census for Oldham, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3310 Folio:121 Page:47 (online image).

James ORMEROD

#14865, b. 1860
Last Edited=16 Aug 2013
     James ORMEROD was born in 1860 at Newchurch, Lancashire. He was the son of James ORMEROD and Elizabeth HALSTEAD. In the census of 3 April 1881 at St James Street North, Cowpe Lench, Lancashire, he was listed as single, a Solicitor's Clerk, aged 21 born Newchurch, the son of James ORMEROD.1 In the census of 5 April 1891 at 10 St James Street, Cowpe Lench, Lancashire, he was listed as single, a Solicitors CLerk, aged 31 born Newchurch, the son of Elizabeth HALSTEAD.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9629] 1881 Census for Haslingden, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4137 Folio:057 Page:12 (online image).
  2. [S9630] 1891 Census for Lower Booths, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3351 Folio:091 Page:23 (online image).

Margaret Ellen PICKLES

#14866, b. 1885
Last Edited=26 Feb 2016
Relationship
2nd great-granddaughter of Robert HALSTED
Appears on charts
Chart 03:Descendants of Robert HALSTEAD (1740-1815)
     Margaret Ellen PICKLES was born in 1885 at Burnley, Lancashire. She was the daughter of John PICKLES and Elizabeth Ann DEAN. In the census of 5 April 1891 at 27 Dale Street, Habergham Eaves, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 6 born Burnley, the daughter of John PICKLES.1 In the census of 31 March 1901 at 271 Padiham Road, Burnley, Lancashire, she was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 16 born Burnley, the daughter of John PICKLES.2 Margaret Ellen PICKLES was the executor of John PICKLES's estate granted on 9 April 1908 at Lancaster, Lancashire; £1,006.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5105] 1891 Census for Habergham Eaves, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3369 Folio:092 Page:36 (online image).
  2. [S5106] 1901 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3874 Folio:051 Page:09 (online image).
  3. [S14] Website National Probate Indexes for England & Wales (https://probatesearch.service.gov.uk/#wills).

George PILKINGTON

#14867, b. 1786
Last Edited=3 Aug 2012
     George PILKINGTON was born in 1786 at Burnley, Lancashire.
George married Harriet (?) before 1826.
In the census of 6 June 1841 at Lands End, Hapton, Lancashire, George was listed as aged 45 born in county, the Head of Household; a Publican, living with his assumed wife Harriet and children George, Elizabeth and Halstead.1
In the census of 30 March 1851 at Abbey Streey, New Accrington, Lancashire, George was listed as aged 66 born Burnley, the Head of Household; a Butcher, living with his wife Harriet and daughter Mary and son Halstead.2
His wife, Harriet, died in 1860 in the Haslingden registration district.3
In the census of 7 April 1861 at 105 Abbey Street, Accrington, Lancashire, George was listed as a widower, aged 72 born Burnley, the Head of Household; a Master Butcher, living with his daughter Mary CLEGG, son Halstead PILKINGTON and grandson Charles PILKINGTON.4

Children of George PILKINGTON and Harriet (?)

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2680] 1841 Census for Hapton, Lancashire:HO107 Piece:0508 Book:08 Folio:19 (online image).
  2. [S2681] 1851 Census for New Accrington, Lancashire:HO107 Piece:2250 Folio:496 Page:15 (online image).
  3. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q1 1860 - Ref 8e 110 - Haslingden."
  4. [S2682] 1861 Census for Accrington, Lancashire:RG09 Piece:3063 Folio:152 Page:39 (online image).

Harriet (?)

#14868, b. 1791, d. 1860
Last Edited=4 Aug 2012
     Her married name was PILKINGTON.
Harriet (?) was born in 1791 at Bradford, Yorkshire.
Harriet married George PILKINGTON before 1826.
In the census of 6 June 1841 at Lands End, Hapton, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 45 born in county, the assumed wife of George PILKINGTON (a Publican, living with his assumed wife Harriet and children George, Elizabeth and Halstead.)1
In the census of 30 March 1851 at Abbey Streey, New Accrington, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 60 born Bradford, Yorkshire, the wife of George PILKINGTON (a Butcher, living with his wife Harriet and daughter Mary and son Halstead.)2
Harriet's death was registered in 1860 in the Haslingden registration district.3

Children of Harriet (?) and George PILKINGTON

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2680] 1841 Census for Hapton, Lancashire:HO107 Piece:0508 Book:08 Folio:19 (online image).
  2. [S2681] 1851 Census for New Accrington, Lancashire:HO107 Piece:2250 Folio:496 Page:15 (online image).
  3. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q1 1860 - Ref 8e 110 - Haslingden."

Mary PILKINGTON

#14869, b. 1828
Last Edited=1 Aug 2012
     Her married name was CLEGG.
Mary PILKINGTON was born in 1828 at Huncoat, Lancashire. She was the daughter of George PILKINGTON and Harriet (?) In the census of 30 March 1851 at Abbey Streey, New Accrington, Lancashire, she was listed as single, a House Servant, aged 23 born Hancoat, the daughter of George PILKINGTON.1 In the census of 7 April 1861 at 105 Abbey Street, Accrington, Lancashire, she was listed as married, aged 32 born Hapton, the daughter of George PILKINGTON.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2681] 1851 Census for New Accrington, Lancashire:HO107 Piece:2250 Folio:496 Page:15 (online image).
  2. [S2682] 1861 Census for Accrington, Lancashire:RG09 Piece:3063 Folio:152 Page:39 (online image).

Annie THOMPSON

#14870, b. 1860
Last Edited=16 Sep 2013
     Annie THOMPSON was born in 1860 at Lancaster, Lancashire. She was the daughter of Fanny THOMPSON. In the census of 2 April 1871 at 86 Hornby Street, Bury, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 8 born Lancaster, the step daughter of John PILKINGTON.1 In the census of 3 April 1881 at 86 Hornby Street, Bury, Lancashire, she was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 18 born Lancaster, the step daughter of John PILKINGTON.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2282] 1871 Census for Bury, Lancashire:RG10 Piece:3956 Folio:035 Page:15 (online image).
  2. [S2283] 1881 Census for Bury, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:3863 Folio:043 Page:36 (online image).

George PILKINGTON

#14871, b. 1884
Last Edited=4 Aug 2012
     George PILKINGTON was born in 1884 at Bury, Lancashire. He was the son of George PILKINGTON and Margaret KAY. In the census of 5 April 1891 at 12 Burnley Street, Oldham, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 7 born Bury, the son of George PILKINGTON.1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2688] 1891 Census for Oldham, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3301 Folio:051 Page:24 (online image).

Albert PILKINGTON

#14872, b. 1890
Last Edited=3 Aug 2012
     Albert PILKINGTON was born in 1890 at Oldham, Lancashire. He was the son of George PILKINGTON and Margaret KAY. In the census of 5 April 1891 at 12 Burnley Street, Oldham, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 1 born Bury, the son of George PILKINGTON.1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2688] 1891 Census for Oldham, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3301 Folio:051 Page:24 (online image).

Priscilla POLLARD

#14873, b. 1873
Last Edited=20 Sep 2013
     Priscilla POLLARD was born in 1873 at Brierfield, Lancashire. She was the daughter of William POLLARD and Susannah RICHARDSON. In the census of 3 April 1881 at 12 Holden Road, Little Marsden, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 8 born Brierfield, the daughter of William POLLARD.1 In the census of 5 April 1891 at 12 Holden Road, Little Marsden, Lancashire, she was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 18 born Brierfield, the daughter of William POLLARD.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9865] 1881 Census for Little Marsden, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4162 Folio:131 Page:37 (online image).
  2. [S9866] 1891 Census for Little Marsden, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3379 Folio:112 Page:18 (online image).

Joseph POLLARD

#14874, b. 1876
Last Edited=20 Sep 2013
     Joseph POLLARD was born in 1876 at Brierfield, Lancashire. He was the son of William POLLARD and Susannah RICHARDSON. In the census of 3 April 1881 at 12 Holden Road, Little Marsden, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 5 born Brierfield, the son of William POLLARD.1 In the census of 5 April 1891 at 12 Holden Road, Little Marsden, Lancashire, he was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 15 born Brierfield, the son of William POLLARD.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9865] 1881 Census for Little Marsden, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4162 Folio:131 Page:37 (online image).
  2. [S9866] 1891 Census for Little Marsden, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3379 Folio:112 Page:18 (online image).

Hannah HART

#14875, b. 6 February 1866
Last Edited=8 Sep 2016
     Her married name was REED.1,2
Hannah HART was born on 6 February 1866 at Bury, Lancashire.
Hannah married Halstead REED, son of George REED and Elizabeth WHAILES, on 24 August 1885 at St Paul, Bury, Lancashire. She was aged 19, a spinster residing at 27 Walmersley Road. Her father was listed as Adam HART, a Core Maker. Married in the Parish Church, according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, By Certificate. The marriage was witnessed by Frederick LONSDALE and Emma REED.1,2
In the census of 5 April 1891 at St David's Road, Lytham, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 25 born Bury, the wife of Halstead REED (a General Labourer, living with his wife Hannah, daughter Elizabeth A.)3
In the census of 31 March 1901 at 2 Nelson Street, St Anne on the Sea, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 35 born Bury, the wife of Halstead REED (a Wood Sawyer, living with his wife Hannah, daughter Elizabeth A.)4
In the census of 2 April 1911 at 33 St Albans Road, St Anne on the Sea, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 45 born Bury, the wife of Halstead REED (a Wood Sawyer, living with his wife Hannah, daughter Elizabeth Alice (married 23 years - 1 child - 1 living.)5) She was listed in the 1939Register taken on 29 September 1939 at 50 St Albans Road, St Anne on the Sea, Lancashire. She was married, born 6 February 1866.6
Her husband, Halstead, died on 17 December 1941 at 52 St Albans Road, St Anne on the Sea, Lancashire, at the age of 75.7,8 Hannah HART was granted Letters of Administration on the estate of Halstead REED on 5 February 1942 at Llandudno, Conway; £185 16s 4d.8

Child of Hannah HART and Halstead REED

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q3 1885 - Ref 8c 578 - Bury."
  3. [S8597] 1891 Census for St Anne-on-the-Sea, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3451 Folio:044 Page:01 (online image).
  4. [S8596] 1901 Census for St Anne-on-the-Sea, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3968 Folio:080 Page:42 (online image).
  5. [S8595] 1911 Census for St Anne-on-the-Sea, Lancashire:RG14 Piece:25397 Schedule:0258 (online image).
  6. [S30] 1939 Register : (online image) "RG101/4822f/013."
  7. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q4 1941 - Ref 8e 1104 - Fylde aged 75."
  8. [S14] Website National Probate Indexes for England & Wales (https://probatesearch.service.gov.uk/#wills).

Elizabeth Alice READ

#14876, b. 27 December 1888
Last Edited=29 Mar 2016
     Elizabeth Alice READ was born on 27 December 1888 at Bury, Lancashire. She was the daughter of Halstead REED and Hannah HART. Elizabeth Alice READ was baptised on 6 February 1889 at St John, Bury, Lancashire. In the census of 5 April 1891 at St David's Road, Lytham, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 2 born Bury, the daughter of Halstead REED.1 In the census of 31 March 1901 at 2 Nelson Street, St Anne on the Sea, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 12 born Bury, the daughter of Halstead REED.2 In the census of 2 April 1911 at 33 St Albans Road, St Anne on the Sea, Lancashire, she was listed as single, Assisting at Home, aged 22 born Bury, the daughter of Halstead REED.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S8597] 1891 Census for St Anne-on-the-Sea, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3451 Folio:044 Page:01 (online image).
  2. [S8596] 1901 Census for St Anne-on-the-Sea, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3968 Folio:080 Page:42 (online image).
  3. [S8595] 1911 Census for St Anne-on-the-Sea, Lancashire:RG14 Piece:25397 Schedule:0258 (online image).

Annie SELLEN

#14877, b. 1881
Last Edited=9 Aug 2012
     Annie SELLEN was born in 1881 at Bolton, Lancashire. She was the daughter of Thomas Halstead SELLEN and Mary YORKE. In the census of 5 April 1891 at 6 Brierley Street, Bury, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 10 born Bolton, the daughter of Thomas Halstead SELLEN.1 In the census of 31 March 1901 at 64 Brierley Street, Bury, Lancashire, she was listed as single, an Assistant Mistress (public Elementary School), aged 20 born Bolton, the daughter of Thomas Halstead SELLEN.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S8639] 1891 Census for Bury, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3137 Folio:075 Page:16 (online image).
  2. [S8638] 1901 Census for Bury, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3646 Folio:133 Page:32 (online image).

Ada SELLEN

#14878, b. 1886
Last Edited=9 Aug 2012
     Ada SELLEN was born in 1886 at Manchester, Lancashire. She was the daughter of Thomas Halstead SELLEN and Mary YORKE. In the census of 5 April 1891 at 6 Brierley Street, Bury, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 5 born Manchester, the daughter of Thomas Halstead SELLEN.1 In the census of 31 March 1901 at 64 Brierley Street, Bury, Lancashire, she was listed as single, aged 17 born Bury, the daughter of Thomas Halstead SELLEN.2 In the census of 2 April 1911 at 10 Tenterden Street, Bury, Lancashire, she was listed as single, aged 27 born Salford, the daughter of Thomas Halstead SELLEN.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S8639] 1891 Census for Bury, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3137 Folio:075 Page:16 (online image).
  2. [S8638] 1901 Census for Bury, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3646 Folio:133 Page:32 (online image).
  3. [S8637] 1911 Census for Bury, Lancashire:RG14 Piece:23518 Schedule:0325 (online image).

Phebe Ellen SHOESMITH

#14879, b. 1882
Last Edited=14 May 2013
Relationship
2nd great-granddaughter of William HALSTEAD
Appears on charts
Chart 10:Descendants of William HALSTEAD (1750-1840)
     Phebe Ellen SHOESMITH was born in 1882 at Briercliffe, Lancashire. She was the daughter of Robert SHOESMITH and Nanny NUTTALL. In the census of 5 April 1891 at 14 Haggate Street, Briercliffe, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 9 born Briercliffe, the daughter of Robert SHOESMITH.1 In the census of 31 March 1901 at 14 Nelson Road, Briercliffe, Lancashire, she was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 19 born Briercliffe, the daughter of Robert SHOESMITH.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5329] 1891 Census for Briercliffe with Extwistle, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3371 Folio:149 Page:17 (online image).
  2. [S8605] 1901 Census for Briercliffe, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3868 Folio:032 Page:15 (online image).

Emily SHOESMITH

#14880, b. 1885
Last Edited=14 May 2013
Relationship
2nd great-granddaughter of William HALSTEAD
Appears on charts
Chart 10:Descendants of William HALSTEAD (1750-1840)
     Emily SHOESMITH was born in 1885 at Briercliffe, Lancashire. She was the daughter of Robert SHOESMITH and Nanny NUTTALL. In the census of 5 April 1891 at 14 Haggate Street, Briercliffe, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 6 born Briercliffe, the daughter of Robert SHOESMITH.1 In the census of 31 March 1901 at 14 Nelson Road, Briercliffe, Lancashire, she was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 16 born Briercliffe, the daughter of Robert SHOESMITH.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5329] 1891 Census for Briercliffe with Extwistle, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3371 Folio:149 Page:17 (online image).
  2. [S8605] 1901 Census for Briercliffe, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3868 Folio:032 Page:15 (online image).

Thomas Albert SHOESMITH

#14881, b. 1890
Last Edited=14 May 2013
Relationship
2nd great-grandson of William HALSTEAD
Appears on charts
Chart 10:Descendants of William HALSTEAD (1750-1840)
     Thomas Albert SHOESMITH was born in 1890 at Briercliffe, Lancashire. He was the son of Robert SHOESMITH and Nanny NUTTALL. In the census of 5 April 1891 at 14 Haggate Street, Briercliffe, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 1 born Briercliffe, the son of Robert SHOESMITH.1 In the census of 31 March 1901 at 14 Nelson Road, Briercliffe, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 11 born Briercliffe, the son of Robert SHOESMITH.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5329] 1891 Census for Briercliffe with Extwistle, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3371 Folio:149 Page:17 (online image).
  2. [S8605] 1901 Census for Briercliffe, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3868 Folio:032 Page:15 (online image).

Sarah BOWMAN

#14882, b. 1823
Last Edited=8 May 2012
     Her married name was SMITH.
Sarah BOWMAN was born in 1823 at Liverpool, Lancashire.
Sarah married Thomas SMITH, son of Thomas SMITH and Mary HALSTED, on 15 September 1862 at St Peter, Burnley, Lancashire. She was a Housekeeper aged 40, a widower residing in Firth Street. Her father was listed as Thomas BOWMAN, a Rope Maker. After Banns. The marriage was witnessed by George DEAN and Maria HARWOOD.1
In the census of 2 April 1871 at 11 Shorey Street, Burnley, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 48 born Liverpool, the wife of Thomas SMITH (a Forgeman in Iron Works, living with his wife Sarah, son Halstead SMITH, stepson Daniel RYAN.)2
In the census of 3 April 1881 at 10 Shorey Street, Burnley, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 58 born Liverpool, the wife of Thomas SMITH (a Striker for Blacksmith, living with his wife Sarah, son Halstead SMITH, stepson Daniel RYAN, nephew Thomas PICKARANCE, niece Margaret PICKARANCE.)3
In the census of 5 April 1891 at 11 Dawson Square, Burnley, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 66 born Liverpool, the wife of Thomas SMITH.4

Child of Sarah BOWMAN

Child of Sarah BOWMAN and Thomas SMITH

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q3 1862 - Ref 8e 203 - Burnley."
  2. [S7559] 1871 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG10 Piece:4147 Folio:090 Page:13 (online image).
  3. [S7560] 1881 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4147 Folio:129 Page:10 (online image).
  4. [S7561] 1891 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3361 Folio:080 Page:14 (online image).

Daniel RYAN

#14883, b. 1850
Last Edited=20 Sep 2013
     Daniel RYAN was born in 1850 at Liverpool, Lancashire. He was the son of Sarah BOWMAN. In the census of 2 April 1871 at 11 Shorey Street, Burnley, Lancashire, he was listed as single, a Fire Beater, aged 21 born Liverpool, the step son of Thomas SMITH.1 In the census of 3 April 1881 at 10 Shorey Street, Burnley, Lancashire, he was listed as single, a Fire Beater in Cotton Factory, aged 29 born Liverpool, the son of Thomas SMITH.2 In the census of 5 April 1891 at 11 Dawson Square, Burnley, Lancashire, he was listed as single, a General Labourer, aged 40 born Liverpool, the step son of Thomas SMITH.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S7559] 1871 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG10 Piece:4147 Folio:090 Page:13 (online image).
  2. [S7560] 1881 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4147 Folio:129 Page:10 (online image).
  3. [S7561] 1891 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3361 Folio:080 Page:14 (online image).

William SMITH

#14884, b. 1855
Last Edited=20 Sep 2013
     William SMITH was born in 1855 at Whitehaven, Cumberland.
William married Maria Ellen BRIDGE in 1877 at the Register Office, Haslingden, Lancashire.1
In the census of 3 April 1881 at 53 Spring Hill Road, Accrington, Lancashire, William was listed as aged 26 born Whitehaven, Cumberland, the Head of Household; a Cotton Weaver, living with his wife Maria Ellen and son Halstead.2
In the census of 5 April 1891 at 200 Crowther Street, Spotland, Lancashire, William was listed as aged 36 born Whithaven, Cumberland, the Head of Household; a Cotton Weaver, living with his wife Maria E and sons William R and Halstead.3
In the census of 31 March 1901 at Cummersdale, Cumberland, William was listed as aged 44 born Whitehaven, the Head of Household; a Sub Postmaster and Grocer, living with his wife Maria E and son Halstead.4

Children of William SMITH and Maria Ellen BRIDGE

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q1 1877 - Ref 8e 231 - Haslingden."
  2. [S3612] 1881 Census for Accrington, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4143 Folio:082 Page:15 (online image).
  3. [S3611] 1891 Census for Spotland, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3343 Folio:089 Page:31 (online image).
  4. [S3613] 1901 Census for Cummersdale, Cumberland:RG13 Piece:4872 Folio:019 Page:06 (online image).

Maria Ellen BRIDGE

#14885, b. 1858
Last Edited=20 Sep 2013
     Her married name was SMITH.1
Maria Ellen BRIDGE was born in 1858 at Ramsbottom, Lancashire.
Maria married William SMITH in 1877 at the Register Office, Haslingden, Lancashire.1
In the census of 3 April 1881 at 53 Spring Hill Road, Accrington, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 24 born Ramsbottom, the wife of William SMITH (a Cotton Weaver, living with his wife Maria Ellen and son Halstead.)2
In the census of 5 April 1891 at 200 Crowther Street, Spotland, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 34 born Chatterton, the wife of William SMITH (a Cotton Weaver, living with his wife Maria E and sons William R and Halstead.)3
In the census of 31 March 1901 at Cummersdale, Cumberland, she was listed as aged 44 born Shuttleworth, the wife of William SMITH (a Sub Postmaster and Grocer, living with his wife Maria E and son Halstead.)4

Children of Maria Ellen BRIDGE and William SMITH

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q1 1877 - Ref 8e 231 - Haslingden."
  2. [S3612] 1881 Census for Accrington, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4143 Folio:082 Page:15 (online image).
  3. [S3611] 1891 Census for Spotland, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3343 Folio:089 Page:31 (online image).
  4. [S3613] 1901 Census for Cummersdale, Cumberland:RG13 Piece:4872 Folio:019 Page:06 (online image).

William Henry STOTT

#14886, b. 1866
Last Edited=10 Aug 2012
     William Henry STOTT was born in 1866 at Rochdale, Lancashire. He was the son of Abel STOTT and Elizabeth HALSTEAD. In the census of 2 April 1871 at Bridge Street, Spotland, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 5 born Rochdale, the son of Abel STOTT.1 In the census of 3 April 1881 at Bridge Mills, Spotland, Lancashire, he was listed as single, a Labourer, aged 15 born Spotland, the son of Abel STOTT.2
William married Jane HOWARD in 1886 at the Register Office, Rochdale, Lancashire.3
In the census of 5 April 1891 at 7 Milner Street, Spotland, Lancashire, William was listed as married, aged 25 born Spotland, the Head of Household; a Carter.4
In the census of 31 March 1901 at 3 Longacres Farm, Whitworth, Lancashire, William was listed as aged 35 born Whitworth, the Head of Household; a Coal Carter, living with his wife Jane, sons Robert H, Joseph H, Wilbert and Fred H.5

Children of William Henry STOTT and Jane HOWARD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S7728] 1871 Census for Spotland, Lancashire:RG10 Piece:4132 Folio:045 Page:21 (online image).
  2. [S8651] 1881 Census for Spotland, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4124 Folio:095 Page:47 (online image).
  3. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q2 1886 - Ref 8e 91 - Rochdale."
  4. [S8652] 1891 Census for Spotland, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3344 Folio:050 Page:39 (online image).
  5. [S8654] 1901 Census for Whitworth, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3843 Folio:122 Page:35 (online image).

John THORPE

#14887, b. 1880
Last Edited=20 Jun 2012
     John THORPE was born in 1880 at Royton, Lancashire. He was the son of Charlesworth THORPE and Mary Ann SUTCLIFFE. In the census of 3 April 1881 at 10 Miner Street, Oldham, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 5 months born Royton, the son of Charlesworth THORPE.1 In the census of 5 April 1891 at 17 Hornby Street, Oldham, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 10 born Royton, the son of Charlesworth THORPE.2 In the census of 31 March 1901 at 4 Bridson Street, Oldham, Lancashire, he was listed as single, a Brass Moulder, aged 20 born Royton, the son of Charlesworth THORPE.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S7893] 1881 Census for Oldham, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4068 Folio:070 Page:53 (online image).
  2. [S7892] 1891 Census for Oldham, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3306 Folio:041 Page:76 (online image).
  3. [S7890] 1901 Census for Oldham, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3817 Folio:070 Page:28 (online image).

John T STANDISH

#14888, b. 1862
Last Edited=19 Sep 2013
     John T STANDISH was born in 1862 at Oldham, Lancashire. He was the son of Edward STANDISH and Martha CHARLESWORTH. In the census of 3 April 1881 at 10 Miner Street, Oldham, Lancashire, he was listed as single, a Cotton Spinner, aged 19 born Oldham, the brother of Charlesworth THORPE.1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S7893] 1881 Census for Oldham, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4068 Folio:070 Page:53 (online image).

Henry TOMLINSON

#14889, b. 1857
Last Edited=4 Sep 2011
     Henry TOMLINSON was born in 1857 at Rawtenstall, Lancashire. He was the son of Henry TOMLINSON and Margaret HALSTEAD. In the census of 7 April 1861 at Haslingden Road, Lower Booths, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 4 born Rawtenstall, the son of Henry TOMLINSON.1 In the census of 2 April 1871 at 4 Meadow Street, Blackburn, Lancashire, he was listed as a Cotton Weaver, aged 14 born Newchurch, the son of Henry TOMLINSON.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2843] 1861 Census for Lower Booths, Lancashire:RG09 Piece:3058 Folio:084 Page:19 (online image).
  2. [S2844] 1871 Census for Blackburn, Lancashire:RG10 Piece:4175 Folio:033 Page:13 (online image).

George VARLEY

#14890, b. 1839, d. 1882
Last Edited=5 Mar 2015
Relationship
Grandson of James HALSTEAD
Appears on charts
Chart 06:Descendants of James HALSTEAD (bef 1780-?)
     George VARLEY was born in 1839 at Burnley, Lancashire. He was the son of William VARLEY and Mary HALSTEAD.
George married Elizabeth ROBERTS on 6 July 1861 at Holy Trinity, Habergham Eaves, Lancashire. He was a Warehouseman aged 23, a bachelor residing in Habergham Eaves. His father was listed as William VARLEY, an Engineer. According to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, by Certificate. The marriage was witnessed by Richard VARLEY and Sophia ?.1,2
In the census of 2 April 1871 at 24 Stock Street, Habergham Eaves, Lancashire, George was listed as aged 32 born Burnley, the Head of Household; a Cotton Warehouseman, living with his wife Elizabeth, son John, daughter Emma.3
In the census of 3 April 1881 at 47 Oxford Road, Burnley, Lancashire, George was listed as aged 42 born Burnley, the Head of Household; a Cotton Cloth Looker, living with his wife Elizabeth, sons John, Henry, Halstead and William, daughter Emma.4
George's death was registered in 1882 in the Burnley registration district.5

Children of George VARLEY and Elizabeth ROBERTS

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q3 1861 - Ref 8e 262 - Burnley."
  3. [S8702] 1871 Census for Habergham Eaves, Lancashire:RG10 Piece:4150 Folio:131 Page:46 (online image).
  4. [S8701] 1881 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4147 Folio:015 Page:26 (online image).
  5. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q4 1892 - Ref 8e 158 - Burnley Aged 44."

Elizabeth ROBERTS

#14891, b. 1840
Last Edited=15 Aug 2012
     Her married name was VARLEY.
Elizabeth ROBERTS was born in 1840 at Burnley, Lancashire.
Elizabeth married George VARLEY, son of William VARLEY and Mary HALSTEAD, on 6 July 1861 at Holy Trinity, Habergham Eaves, Lancashire. She was a Winder aged 21, a spinster residing in Habergham Eaves. Her father was listed as John ROBERTS, a Mason. According to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, by Certificate. The marriage was witnessed by Richard VARLEY and Sophia ?.1,2
In the census of 2 April 1871 at 24 Stock Street, Habergham Eaves, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 31 born Burnley, the wife of George VARLEY (a Cotton Warehouseman, living with his wife Elizabeth, son John, daughter Emma.)3
In the census of 3 April 1881 at 47 Oxford Road, Burnley, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 40 born Burnley, the wife of George VARLEY (a Cotton Cloth Looker, living with his wife Elizabeth, sons John, Henry, Halstead and William, daughter Emma.)4
Her husband, George, died in 1882 in the Burnley registration district.5
In the census of 5 April 1891 at 47 Oxford Road, Burnley, Lancashire, Elizabeth was listed as a widow, aged 53 born Burnley, the Head of Household; living with her sons John, Henry, Halstead and William, daughter Emma.6
In the census of 31 March 1901 at 9 Richard Street, Burnley, Lancashire, Elizabeth was listed as a widow, aged 61 born Burnley, the Head of Household; living with her sons Henry, Halstead and William, daughter Emma LORD, grandson David LORD.7

Children of Elizabeth ROBERTS and George VARLEY

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q3 1861 - Ref 8e 262 - Burnley."
  3. [S8702] 1871 Census for Habergham Eaves, Lancashire:RG10 Piece:4150 Folio:131 Page:46 (online image).
  4. [S8701] 1881 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4147 Folio:015 Page:26 (online image).
  5. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q4 1892 - Ref 8e 158 - Burnley Aged 44."
  6. [S8700] 1891 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3360 Folio:070 Page:24 (online image).
  7. [S8699] 1901 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3862 Folio:015 Page:21 (online image).

Emma VARLEY

#14892, b. 1865
Last Edited=15 Aug 2012
Relationship
Great-granddaughter of James HALSTEAD
Appears on charts
Chart 06:Descendants of James HALSTEAD (bef 1780-?)
     Her married name was LORD.
Emma VARLEY was born in 1865 at Burnley, Lancashire. She was the daughter of George VARLEY and Elizabeth ROBERTS. In the census of 2 April 1871 at 24 Stock Street, Habergham Eaves, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 6 born Burnley, the daughter of George VARLEY.1 In the census of 3 April 1881 at 47 Oxford Road, Burnley, Lancashire, she was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 16 born Burnley, the daughter of George VARLEY.2 In the census of 5 April 1891 at 47 Oxford Road, Burnley, Lancashire, she was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 26 born Burnley, the daughter of Elizabeth VARLEY.3
Emma married Jonathan LORD on 15 July 1893 at St Paul, Burnley, Lancashire. She was a Weaver aged 28, a spinster residing at 47 Oxford Road. Her father was listed as George VARLEY (deceased), a Cut Looker. After Banns. The marriage was witnessed by Halstead VARLEY and Mary Ann LORD.4,5
Her husband, Jonathan, died in 1898 in the Burnley registration district.6 In the census of 31 March 1901 at 9 Richard Street, Burnley, Lancashire, she was listed as a widow, a Cotton Weaver, aged 36 born Burnley, the daughter of Elizabeth VARLEY.7

Child of Emma VARLEY and Jonathan LORD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S8702] 1871 Census for Habergham Eaves, Lancashire:RG10 Piece:4150 Folio:131 Page:46 (online image).
  2. [S8701] 1881 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4147 Folio:015 Page:26 (online image).
  3. [S8700] 1891 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3360 Folio:070 Page:24 (online image).
  4. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  5. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q3 1893 - Ref 8e 362 - Burnley."
  6. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q1 1898 - Ref 8e 167 - Burnley aged 30."
  7. [S8699] 1901 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3862 Folio:015 Page:21 (online image).

John VARLEY

#14893, b. 1869
Last Edited=15 Aug 2012
Relationship
Great-grandson of James HALSTEAD
Appears on charts
Chart 06:Descendants of James HALSTEAD (bef 1780-?)
     John VARLEY was born in 1869 at Burnley, Lancashire. He was the son of George VARLEY and Elizabeth ROBERTS. In the census of 2 April 1871 at 24 Stock Street, Habergham Eaves, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 2 born Habergham Eaves, the son of George VARLEY.1 In the census of 3 April 1881 at 47 Oxford Road, Burnley, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 12 born Burnley, the son of George VARLEY.2 In the census of 5 April 1891 at 47 Oxford Road, Burnley, Lancashire, he was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 22 born Burnley, the son of Elizabeth VARLEY.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S8702] 1871 Census for Habergham Eaves, Lancashire:RG10 Piece:4150 Folio:131 Page:46 (online image).
  2. [S8701] 1881 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4147 Folio:015 Page:26 (online image).
  3. [S8700] 1891 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3360 Folio:070 Page:24 (online image).

Henry VARLEY

#14894, b. 1872
Last Edited=15 Aug 2012
Relationship
Great-grandson of James HALSTEAD
Appears on charts
Chart 06:Descendants of James HALSTEAD (bef 1780-?)
     Henry VARLEY was born in 1872 at Burnley, Lancashire. He was the son of George VARLEY and Elizabeth ROBERTS. In the census of 3 April 1881 at 47 Oxford Road, Burnley, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 9 born Burnley, the son of George VARLEY.1 In the census of 5 April 1891 at 47 Oxford Road, Burnley, Lancashire, he was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 19 born Burnley, the son of Elizabeth VARLEY.2 In the census of 31 March 1901 at 9 Richard Street, Burnley, Lancashire, he was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 29 born Burnley, the son of Elizabeth VARLEY.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S8701] 1881 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4147 Folio:015 Page:26 (online image).
  2. [S8700] 1891 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3360 Folio:070 Page:24 (online image).
  3. [S8699] 1901 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3862 Folio:015 Page:21 (online image).

William VARLEY

#14895, b. 1880
Last Edited=15 Aug 2012
Relationship
Great-grandson of James HALSTEAD
Appears on charts
Chart 06:Descendants of James HALSTEAD (bef 1780-?)
     William VARLEY was born in 1880 at Burnley, Lancashire. He was the son of George VARLEY and Elizabeth ROBERTS. In the census of 3 April 1881 at 47 Oxford Road, Burnley, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 1 born Burnley, the son of George VARLEY.1 In the census of 5 April 1891 at 47 Oxford Road, Burnley, Lancashire, he was listed as a Cotton Weaver, aged 11 born Burnley, the son of Elizabeth VARLEY.2 In the census of 31 March 1901 at 9 Richard Street, Burnley, Lancashire, he was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 21 born Burnley, the son of Elizabeth VARLEY.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S8701] 1881 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG11 Piece:4147 Folio:015 Page:26 (online image).
  2. [S8700] 1891 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3360 Folio:070 Page:24 (online image).
  3. [S8699] 1901 Census for Burnley, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3862 Folio:015 Page:21 (online image).

Mary Jane WALTON

#14896, b. 1886
Last Edited=17 Aug 2012
     Her married name was SCHOFIELD.1,2
Mary Jane WALTON was born in 1886 at Briercliffe, Lancashire. She was the daughter of Halstead WALTON and Fanny DRAISEY. In the census of 5 April 1891 at 13 Bradley Road, Great and Little Marsden, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 5 born Briercliffe, the daughter of Halstead WALTON.3 In the census of 31 March 1901 at 320 Leeds Road, Nelson, Lancashire, she was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 15 born Briercliffe, the daughter of Halstead WALTON.4
Mary married Harry SCHOFIELD on 7 November 1903 at St Philip, Nelson, Lancashire. She was a Weaver aged 18, a spinster residing at 320 Leeds Road. Her father was listed as Halstead WALTON, a Weaver. According to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, by Superintendent Registrar Certificate. The marriage was witnessed by William BINNS and Edith SCHOFIELD.1,2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q4 1903 - Ref 8e 382 - Burnley."
  3. [S1810] 1891 Census for Great and Little Marsden, Lancashire:RG12 Piece:3376 Folio:039 Page:05 (online image).
  4. [S1808] 1901 Census for Nelson, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3881 Folio:030 Page:01 (online image).

Margaret WALTON

#14897, b. 1892
Last Edited=15 Sep 2013
     Margaret WALTON was born in 1892 at Nelson, Lancashire. She was the daughter of Halstead WALTON and Fanny DRAISEY. In the census of 31 March 1901 at 320 Leeds Road, Nelson, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 9 born Nelson, the daughter of Halstead WALTON.1 In the census of 2 April 1911 at 320 Leeds Road, Nelson, Lancashire, she was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 19 born Nelson, the daughter of Halstead WALTON.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S1808] 1901 Census for Nelson, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3881 Folio:030 Page:01 (online image).
  2. [S1809] 1911 Census for Nelson, Lancashire:RG14 Piece:24897 Schedule:0227 (online image).

Daniel WALTON

#14898, b. 1896
Last Edited=15 Sep 2013
     Daniel WALTON was born in 1896 at Nelson, Lancashire. He was the son of Halstead WALTON and Fanny DRAISEY. In the census of 31 March 1901 at 320 Leeds Road, Nelson, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 6 born Nelson, the son of Halstead WALTON.1 In the census of 2 April 1911 at 320 Leeds Road, Nelson, Lancashire, he was listed as single, a Cotton Weaver, aged 16 born Nelson, the son of Halstead WALTON.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S1808] 1901 Census for Nelson, Lancashire:RG13 Piece:3881 Folio:030 Page:01 (online image).
  2. [S1809] 1911 Census for Nelson, Lancashire:RG14 Piece:24897 Schedule:0227 (online image).

James E GRUNDY

#14899, b. 1854
Last Edited=3 Dec 2011
     James E GRUNDY was born in 1854 at Little Lever, Lancashire. He was the son of Mary GRUNDY. In the census of 7 April 1861 at West View, Little Lever, Lancashire, he was listed as aged 7 born Little Lever, the step son of Ralph WADDICAR.1 In the census of 2 April 1871 at 86 Venture Street, Great Bolton, Lancashire, he was listed as single, a Frines? Apprentice, aged 17 born Little Lever, the step son of Ralph WADDICAR.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S6964] 1861 Census for Little Leaver, Lancashire:RG09 Piece:2835 Folio:090 Page:48 (online image).
  2. [S6962] 1871 Census for Great Bolton, Lancashire:RG10 Piece:3939 Folio:012 Page:17 (online image).

Elizabeth Ellen WADDICAR

#14900, b. 1857
Last Edited=3 Dec 2011
     Elizabeth Ellen WADDICAR was born in 1857 at Little Lever, Lancashire. She was the daughter of Ralph WADDICAR and Mary GRUNDY. In the census of 7 April 1861 at West View, Little Lever, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 4 born Little Lever, the daughter of Ralph WADDICAR.1 In the census of 2 April 1871 at 86 Venture Street, Great Bolton, Lancashire, she was listed as a Cotton Weaver, aged 13 born Little Lever, the daughter of Ralph WADDICAR.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S6964] 1861 Census for Little Leaver, Lancashire:RG09 Piece:2835 Folio:090 Page:48 (online image).
  2. [S6962] 1871 Census for Great Bolton, Lancashire:RG10 Piece:3939 Folio:012 Page:17 (online image).