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All Saints Church – register of all the graves in the graveyard

This , my latest chapter, September 2017, lists all the graves in the churchyard of All Saints Church with the surname, christian name, age, burial date, section location and where applicable the letters WH or EV for each one.

WH refers to an inmate of the Deanhouse Workhouse.
EV refers to evacuee.

My thanks to Yvonne Hutson and the Church Council for supplying the information.

There are 2466 graves in the churchyard and I have listed the numbers occuring for each letter of the alphabet along with the most common names where appropriate.
A : 40
B : 343 Beaumont 31 : Bray 23 : Brook 26.
C : 150 Charlesworth 20
D : 120 Dyson 39
E : 43 Eastwood 16
F : 67
G : 114 Greenwood 15
H : 322 Haigh 34 : Hinchliffe 21 : Hirst 48 : Hobson 57
I : 7
J : 43
K : 67 Kaye 21
L : 82
M : 171 Mallinson 37 : Mellor 26 : Moorhouse 19
N : 33
O : 11
P : 76 Platt 17
Q : 3
R : 128 Roebuck 24
S : 264 Sykes 52 : Shaw 19 : Scholfield 20 : Sanderson 23
T : 83 Taylor 25
U : 1
V : 2
W : 276 Wilson 17 : Wimpenny 37 : Wood 40 : Woodhead 41

I have attached the Graveyard section plan below, It is upside down but it makes more sense if you are standing in front of the church with New Road on your left.

Surname First name Age Burial - day Burial - month Burial - year Section Buried Source
A Man (Unknown) 60? 10 OCT 1882 R 44 WH
A Man (Unknown) 50 ? 18 FEB 1892 E 5 WH
Abbett John 85 12 FEB 1943 N 13 EV
Abrams John 92 23 JUN 1900 O 93 WH
Adams Charles 89 29 JUL 1943 N 7 EV
Ainley Ann 67 13 AUG 1889 R ? WH
Airey Herbert Frank 66 23 DEC 1943 N 27 EV
Alderson Thomas 85 7 AUG 1942 R 1A EV
Allsop Sarah 93 17 APR 1941 S 7 EV
Alsop Edith 7 MTHS 2 JUN 1887 C 7
Alsop Annie 36 10 JUN 1902 C 7
Alsop Dora 56 21 FEB 1940 M 69
Alsop Arthur 76 22 JUN 1940 C 7
Alsop Kenneth 11 22 JAN 1942 ?
Alway Alfred Earl 70 31 JAN 1923 M 14
Alway Emma 71 25 AUG 1927 M 14
Alway Fred 60 29 OCT 1940 M 69
Alway James Francis 75 12 FEB 1957 M 14
Alway Stillborn Child 19 OCT 1959 ?
Ambler James 72 5 SEP 1895 ? WH
Andrews Hannah 61 30 SEP 1920 R 48 WH
Anelill Isabella 79 20 MAY 1891 S 40 WH
Archer Robert 56 5 OCT 1912 O 35 WH
Archer Sarah Jane 26 29 DEC 1917 N 5 WH
Armitage Ben 69 13 SEP 1882 R 50 WH
Armitage James 86 5 AUG 1890 S 32 WH
Armitage William 57 4 JUL 1891 S 40 WH
Armitage Arthur 41 21 APR 1898 O 41 WH
Armitage Jonas Robert 62 20 OCT 1915 N 55 WH
Armitage Harold 56 1 APR 1920 R 53 WH
Armitage Norman Leslie INFANT 5 JAN 1922 F 56
Armitage Harold Leslie 37 18 APR 1923 F 56
Armitage William 83 2 JUN 1924 R 12 DH
Armitage Alfred 73 3 JUN 1929 O 2 DH
Armitage Elizabeth 83 2 NOV 1956 P 12
Armitage Mabel 75 14 MAR 1963 F 56
Armstrong Jonas 34 2 JUN 1885 C 32
Arthur Phoebe 91 28 NOV 1941 R 40A EV
Ashurst Laura Ann 75 22 FEB 1962 M 58
Askham Mary 83 12 MAR 1888 R ? WH
Aspinall Walter 2 9 FEB 1891 L 86
Babbings John William 72 14 APR 1928 M 55
Babbings Fanny 82 12 MAY 1942 M 55
Bailey Jane 60 22 SEP 1893 ? WH
Bailey Ronald 10 15 DEC 1908 ?
Bailey Royal 8 MTHS 25 OCT 1910 OLD GROUND
Bailey George 45 2 JAN 1915 OLD GROUND
Bailey John 64 31 MAY 1917 N 15 WH
Bailey Sarah Ann 73 21 SEP 1938 OLD GROUND
Bailey Henry Francis 86 7 MAY 1943 N 4 EV
Baker Thomas 80 6 APR 1902 O 84 WH
Baker Lousia Elizabeth 70 7 JAN 1941 F 49 EV
Baker Ellen 93 20 MAR 1941 S 25 EV
Baker George 68 31 AUG 1944 N 47 EV
Baker Jesse 89 2 DEC 1944 ? EV
Baldwin Martha Ann 66 4 AUG 1934 OLD GROUND
Ball Amelia 82 18 OCT 1944 N 3
Balls Rebeca 88 20 JUN 1945 N 48 EV
Balmforth Mary 70 23 AUG 1915 N 65 WH
Balmforth Joseph 76 18 JAN 1919 S 27 WH
Bamforth Emma 43 11 AUG 1883 R 20 WH
Bamforth Robert 69 5 DEC 1911 O 55 WH
Barber Mary A 61 7 NOV 1889 R ? WH
Barber George 77 10 JAN 1900 O 72 WH
Barber Allen 80 6 MAR 1906 O 44 WH
Barber William 75 27 JAN 1941 S 25 EV
Barden Rose Hannah 35 21 JUN 1895 OLD GROUND WH
Barker James Riley 68 8 MAR 1918 S 48 WH
Barnby Annie 65 2 OCT 1972 I 53
Barnes Thomas 80 1 SEP 1925 R 7 DH
Barraclough David 82 17 FEB 1888 R ? WH
Barratt William 69 5 APR 1887 R ? WH
Barrett Thomas 69 24 AUG 1942 R 1A EV
Barrett Caroline 78 22 JAN 1943 Q 41A EV
Barron Mary Annie 55 9 JAN 1943 N 19
Barron Or Bearon Evelyn 72 25 MAY 1960 N 19
Barrowclough Herbert 71 27 MAY 1954 G 82
Barrowclough Elizabeth Hannah 89 25 JUL 1972 G 82
Barrowclough James Known As James Bray 65 12 AUG 1916 ?
Barth Ellen Rosina 80 26 OCT 1954 H 71
Bates Elizabeth 63 26 SEP 1912 O 35 WH
Baths Annie 86 9 APR 1917 N 25 WH
Batley Thomas Leonard 15 10 APR 1905 C 40
Batley John 66 2 JUN 1914 C 40
Batley Mary Ellen 77 28 NOV 1929 C 40
Batley Ruth Annie 74 27 MAY 1952 G 22
Batley John Oswald 68 21 MAR 1956 H 22
Batley Annie 80 4 APR 1960 C 40
Batley William Edward 84 13 SEP 1962 G 22
Batley Sarah Jane 90 13 JUL 1966 C 40
Batley Gertrude 82 22 FEB 1972 H 22
Batley Beryl 46 21 NOV 1973 H 22
Batley Amy Isobel 75 3 JAN 1976 C 40
Batley Brook 94 28 NOV 1980 C 40
Battye George 61 10 DEC 1877 R 41 WH
Battye George 61 10 DEC 1877 R 41
Battye William 81 26 JUL 1882 R 50 WH
Battye Charles 60 16 JUL 1891 N 51 WH
Battye Elisha 72 17 JAN 1902 O 84 WH
Battye Ruth 84 19 MAY 1905 N 94 WH
Battye Alfred 18 DAYS 18 APR 1908 ?
Battye John 50 17 OCT 1933 M 83
Battye Martha Hannah 69 10 FEB 1950 M 83
Battye Eileen May 61 8 NOV 1986 G 64
Baxter Geoffrey INFANT 12 MAR 1929 OLD GROUND
Beadle Fanny 70 6 FEB 1942 R 22A EV
Beale Alice 68 17 FEB 1942 R 16A EV
Beanland James Hodgson 73 21 JUN 1978 H 43
Beanland Alice Ann 81 25 MAY 1988 H 43
Beard William 43 12 JUN 1876 N 51
Beard William 43 12 JUN 1876 N 51
Beardsell (Or Battye) James 72 8 JUN 1912 O 45 WH
Beaumont Sarah 63 23 AUG 1878 R 29 WH
Beaumont Ellen 28 23 AUG 1878 L 36
Beaumont Sarah 63 23 AUG 1878 R 29
Beaumont Ellen 28 23 AUG 1878 L 36
Beaumont Henry 26 2 DEC 1879 D 1
Beaumont Henry 26 2 DEC 1879 D 1
Beaumont Adam 60 1 APR 1882 R 56 WH
Beaumont Adam Sykes 48 19 JUL 1882 C 11
Beaumont James Arthur 20 10 OCT 1882 C 43
Beaumont Jonas 57 24 APR 1885 R ? WH
Beaumont John 73 17 AUG 1885 R ? WH
Beaumont John 69 19 NOV 1888 C 43
Beaumont Annie 5 MTHS 24 NOV 1891 C 33
Beaumont John 89 11 JAN 1895 N 61 WH
Beaumont Joe 60 25 JUN 1895 OLD GROUND WH
Beaumont Mary 74 14 AUG 1898 C 43 WH
Beaumont William 56 24 JUN 1899 O 92 WH
Beaumont Sarah Ann 60 21 MAR 1900 L 36
Beaumont William 49 2 APR 1902 O 84 WH
Beaumont William Hirst 67 7 AUG 1902 F 15
Beaumont Abraham 56 28 OCT 1905 L 36
Beaumont Sarah Ann 70 26 DEC 1906 VAULT
Beaumont Edward 79 26 FEB 1913 O 15 WH
Beaumont Emma 69 23 SEP 1913 C 11
Beaumont John 72 30 JAN 1915 E 69
Beaumont Mary 82 3 MAY 1918 S 57 WH
Beaumont Martha Ann 66 14 MAR 1927 R 3 DH
Beaumont Elizabeth 68 20 JAN 1931 O 23 DH
Beaumont Elizabeth 88 19 JAN 1932 E 69
Beaumont Emma 38 14 MAY 1934 C 33
Beaumont Hannah Wilson 59 22 DEC 1936 C 11
Beaumont Grace 70 17 MAR 1939 C 33
Beaumont Emmeline 65 24 FEB 1943 N 29
Beaumont Hanson 76 27 MAR 1945 C 33
Beaumont Tom 69 5 JUL 1946 N 29
Beckett George Thomas 83 23 JUN 1943 N 4 EV
Beddow-Arnth John Joseph 65 3 JUL 1942 R 1A EV
Bedford Eliza 60 25 AUG 1924 M 16
Bedford Joshua 63 15 MAY 1924 R 12 DH
Bedford Tom 72 31 MAR 1932 M 16
Bee Sarah Ann 86 22 JAN 1943 N 3
Beedle William Thomas 49 16 FEB 1905 O 4 WH
Beever Elizabeth 34 20 DEC 1879 R 4
Beever Elizabeth 34 20 DEC 1879 R 4
Beever David 77 7 APR 1883 R 26 WH
Beever Joseph 78 9 SEP 1896 S 37 WH
Beever John 61 19 SEP 1900 O 94 WH
Beever Ethel 44 21 JAN 1936 F 41
Beever Anne Eliza 73 13 MAR 1939 OLD GROUND
Beevers Walker 34 18 JUN 1900 E 54
Beevers Harry 51 1 DEC 1910 O 85 WH
Beevers Tom 58 18 JUL 1918 E 54
Bell Herbert 49 28 MAY 1891 S 40 WH
Bell Adam 90 15 JAN 1892 D 7 WH
Bell John 85 19 JUN 1905 N 94 WH
Bender Philip 81 24 JUN 1942 R 6A EV
Bennett George 71 26 JAN 1895 N 61 WH
Bennett William 80 11 AUG 1898 O 51 WH
Bentley Charles 73 29 JAN 1914 N 95 WH
Bentley Jack Lazenby 26 30 MAR 1939 P 30
Berry Charles 73 8 JUN 1883 R 20 WH
Berry Jonas 82 13 MAY 1902 O 74 WH
Berry Mary Ann 83 3 FEB 1908 N 54 WH
Biddle Richard 75 2 AUG 1910 N 84 WH
Billtcliffe Emma 81 12 NOV 1955 L 20
Biltcliffe Herbert 61 6 JUN 1939 L 20
Biltcliffe Kathleen 53 2 MAR 1959 L 20
Binder Herman 69 12 JUNE 1945 N 48 EV
Bingham Henry 65 AUG 5 1893 D 5 WH
Birch John 70 19 FEB 1878 R 41 WH
Birch John 70 19 FEB 1878 R 47
Black Sydney Somersall 76 14 DEC 1959 D 33
Black Helen Theodora 65 9 DEC 1959 D 33
Blackburn Martha Ann 73 20 MAR 1946 M 50
Blackburn Fred 74 14 MAY 1952 ?
Blackburn Edith Emma 72 25 AUG 1956 F 27
Blacker Benjamin 69 24 NOV 1896 N 31 WH
Blakey Isaiah 71 27 MAY 1884 Q 49 WH
Blanch James 88 3 MAY 1943 M 94
Bloomfield James George 67 30 SEP 1941 R 46A EV
Bobbitt George Alfred 85 25 SEP 1940 F 57 EV
Bontoft Carl Albert 7 HRS 15 NOV 1940 ?
Boon Joseph 80 15 AUG 1946 N 68 EV
Booth John 68 8 OCT 1877 R 41 WH
Booth John 68 8 OCT 1877 R 41
Booth Joseph 53 22 DEC 1879 R 1 WH
Booth Joseph 53 22 DEC 1879 R 1
Booth Edith Ellen 21 20 AUG 1900 L 54
Booth Eliza 85 25 JAN 1905 O 4 WH
Booth Tom 54 21 OCT 1911 O 55
Booth John 56 17 OCT 1912 OLD GROUND
Booth Sarah 47 19 AUG 1913 L 63
Booth William 58 2 JUN 1914 N 85 WH
Booth Fanny 59 17 JUL 1918 L 34
Booth Hannah Maria 56 5 JAN 1923 L 93 WH
Booth Joe 65 2 JAN 1928 N 6 DH
Booth Alec INFANT 10 FEB 1931 L 63
Booth John 78 10 FEB 1940 L 93
Booth William 81 22 MAR 1950 L 63
Booth Esther Annie 60 6 MAR 1957 L 63
Booth Harry 69 25 APR 1963 L 63
Booth Matthew 70 4 NOV 1892 D 29 WH
Boother Emma Jane 81 5 JUN 1945 N 48 EV
Boothroyd Joseph 41 1 DEC 1884 C 25
Boothroyd Dan 65 12 FEB 1885 R ? WH
Boothroyd Jabes 52 14 OCT 1892 D 29 WH
Boothroyd James 74 12 DEC 1913 O 15 WH
Boothroyd Sarah Jane 70 12 DEC 1918 S 27 WH
Boothroyd Gladys Ivy 1 MTH 19 MAR 1920 OLD GROUND
Boothroyd Ellen 53 23 APR 1921 M6
Boothroyd Lucy Ann 83 18 AUG 1924 OLD GROUND
Boothroyd Joyce Linnette 7 24 SEP 1928 OLD GROUND
Boothroyd Sarah Ann 71 24 JUN 1931 M 58
Boothroyd Joe Higgingson 73 7 APR 1934 M 58
Boothroyd Mary Alice 51 1 APR 1939 ?
Boothroyd Jane 63 28 OCT 1947 M 100
Boothroyd John Edward 72 9 NOV 1955 M 100
Bottomley John 61 23 JUL 1895 L 41
Bottomley Robert 19 15 MAR 1896 L 41
Bottomley Martha 59 11 JUL 1900 L 44
Bottomley Hannah 62 2 JUN 1902 L 41
Bottomley Samuel 82 23 AUG 1904 O 14 WH
Bottomley Joseph 74 18 OCT 1904 L 44
Bottomley Joseph 76 26 DEC 1916 N 35 WH
Bower William 74 28 DEC 1875 R 52 WH
Bower William 74 28 DEC 1875 R 52
Bower Charlotte 24 4 APR 1883 C 31
Bower Ester 23 21 FEB 1887 C 31
Bower Tom 40 10 JUN 1891 S 40 WH
Bower Herbert 19 11 NOV 1891 E 5
Bower Cornelius 75 13 FEB 1896 S 30 WH
Bower Ellen 64 25 AUG 1899 C 31
Bower Tom 83 12 FEB 1913 F 43
Bower Mary 90 30 AUG 1924 F 43
Bower Martha 73 9 MAR 1927 E 27
Bowers James 61 18 AUG 1895 C 31
Bowles Gomer Austin 42 27 MAY 1953 G 62
Boyd James 48 28 JUN 1886 R ? WH
Brabbs Harriet 86 28 DEC 1943 N 27 EV
Brackenbury Harry 1 9 JAN 1881 D 14
Brackenbury Henry 59 16 JAN 1896 C 58
Brackenbury Josephine 68 22 FEB 1911 C 58
Brackenbury Emma 55 13 JAN 1922 C 58
Bradbury Edith 25 31 JUL 1899 O 82 WH
Bradford John 2 2 DEC 1883 N 92
Bradley William 69 30 DEC 1887 R ? WH
Bradley Henry 73 11 MAR 1901 O 94 WH
Bradley Fred 49 2 JUN 1917 M5
Bradley Ruby INFANT 27 FEB 1928 M 5
Bradley Ada 64 6 JUN 1930 M 5
Bradshaw Henry 93 25 NOV 1941 R 40A EV
Bray George 25 26 DEC 1894 F 8
Bray George 70 24 OCT 1894 N 21 WH
Bray Emily 27 30 SEP 1898 F 8
Bray Mary Jane 40 6 MAY 1904 F 8
Bray Elizabeth 70 23 OCT 1905 N 94 WH
Bray Lily 20 24 JAN 1906 B 3
Bray Sarah 38 29 DEC 1908 ?
Bray John Edward 76 19 SEP 1908 F 44
Bray Joseph 82 25 AUG 1909 ?
Bray Edwin 79 31 DEC 1909 N 82 WH
Bray Emily 16 26 JUN 1909 ?
Bray Jane 74 11 JAN 1912 F 44
Bray George 1 MTH 30 NOV 1915 OLD GROUND
Bray Alice 52 2 MAY 1932 OLD GROUND
Bray Mary Ellen 71 22 FEB 1933 M 98
Bray Arthur 40 28 FEB 1935 M 98
Bray Albert 59 13 MAY 1940 OLD GROUND
Bray William Gordon 57 20 SEP 1941 R 46A EV
Bray Elizabeth Ann 56 28 JUN 1962 I 32
Bray George 62 17 JUL 1965 I 32
Bray Albert Edward 70 1 FEB 1975 H 83
Bray Ruth Hannah 67 12 FEB 1976 H 83
Bray Reginald 67 18 AUG 1977 H 63
Bray Edith 83 30 AUG 1996 H 63
Brennan Mary Jane 70 20 OCT 1920 R 48 WH
Bretton Mary Alice 19 3 AUG 1897 L 65
Bretton Emily 65 11 NOV 1929 M 38
Bretton Isaac 69 26 DEC 1935 M 38
Bretton Alice 81 1 MAR 1941 B 3 EV
Bretton Walter 66 29 MAR 1941 N 89 EV
Bretton Martha 73 31 JUL 1947 M 89
Bridgwood Mary 64 10 NOV 1898 O 51 WH
Brigg Dinah Elizabeth 47 12 MAY 1934 P 24
Brigg Albert 71 14 JUN 1958 P 24
Brigg Walter 8 MTHS 8 NOV 1881 M 81
Briggs George 57 15 FEB 1879 R 23 WH
Briggs George 57 15 FEB 1879 R 23
Briggs Emma 48 9 MAY 1891 L 66 WH
Briggs Lizzie 30 18 JAN 1940 P 8
Brindle Mary 65 14 DEC 1891 D 7 WH
Britton Martha 77 6 DEC 1900 L 65
Britton William 78 14 MAY 1900 L 65
Britton Reuben 44 14 MAY 1901 B 3
Britton Charles 39 1 1902 L 65
Britton Martha 80 6 JAN 1907 ?
Britton Sarah Jane 73 15 DEC 1932 L 65
Broadbent Annie 70 7 NOV 1889 N 72
Broadbent James 81 31 MAR 1890 S 46 WH
Broadbent Lucy Ellen 14 3 MAR 1909 VAULT
Broadbent Walter 5 20 OCT 1910 F 26
Broadbent William 69 22 DEC 1912 L 53
Broadbent Edward 67 7 MAR 1918 S 48 WH
Broadbent Hannah 79 21 AUG 1922 L 53
Broadbent Alice 66 26 APR 1930 F 26
Broadbent Edwin 73 23 MAR 1932 OLD GROUND
Broadbent Green 73 11 SEP 1935 F 26
Broadbent Sarah Ellen 76 8 JAN 1941 OLD GROUND
Broadbridge Henry 71 13 MAR 1885 R ? WH
Broadhead Mary 57 22 JAN 1876 R 46 WH
Broadhead Mary 57 22 JAN 1876 R 46
Broadhead Sarah 63 4 MAR 1896 S 30 WH
Broadhead Eliza 63 28 MAR 1907 OLD GROUND
Brodie Charles Fred 5 12 APR 1876 L 17
Brodie Charles Fred 5 12 APR 1876 L 17
Brodie Stephen 79 17 JUL 1920 L 17
Brodie Mary Mellor 70 8 JAN 1924 L 17
Brook Joseph 68 12 MAR 1880 R 1 WH
Brook Joseph 68 12 MAR 1880 R 1
Brook Eli 80 11 DEC 1882 R 44 WH
Brook John 73 9 JAN 1885 R ? WH
Brook George 88 26 JAN 1886 R ? WH
Brook Fred 7 MTHS 16 JUL 1889 N 82
Brook Mary Ellen 35 7 JUL 1891 C 45
Brook Samuel 51 11 JUN 1891 S 40 WH
Brook Elizabeth 55 17 DEC 1895 ? WH
Brook Jane 57 2 MAR 1901 O 94 WH
Brook Willie 10 13 MAR 1901 N 82
Brook Ethel 1 MTH 14 APR 1904 D 32
Brook Priscilla 64 6 DEC 1904 O 14 WH
Brook Jonathan 76 17 OCT 1904 O 14 WH
Brook Donald 4 5 OCT 1905 ?
Brook Margaret 68 29 DEC 1906 ? WH
Brook Jane 63 16 MAY 1908 ?
Brook William 68 8 APR 1909 O 3 WH
Brook Wright 64 4 1911 ?
Brook Annie 64 21 JAN 1918 OLD GROUND
Brook Albert 66 18 JAN 1919 OLD GROUND
Brook Hannah 77 12 MAR 1929 O 2 DH
Brook Contance 19 2 JAN 1931 OLD GROUND
Brook Winifred 19 11 JUL 1933 OLD GROUND
Brook Fred 78 13 OCT 1944 N 47 EV
Brook John William 72 29 DEC 1948 G 51
Brook Sarah Eliza 78 21 DEC 1957 ?
Brook Edith 90 22 SEP 1994 G 51
Brooke Amelia Ann 44 10 FEB 1920 R 54 WH
Brooke Emma 80 5 FEB 1932 L 96
Brooke William 78 5 APR 1883 R 26 WH
Brower Mary 80 11 AUG 1883 R 14 WH
Brown Margaret 82 16 FEB 1883 R 32 WH
Brown Margaret 88 6 MAY 1899 O 92 WH
Brown Grace 31 JAN #VALUE! 1901 O 94 WH
Brown Sarah 83 15 MAR 1905 N 94 WH
Brown Emma 77 19 AUG 1909 O 13 WH
Brown Mary 80 3 DEC 1941 R 28A EV
Brown Edna May 48 8 DEC 1955 H 12
Buchanan Hannah Maria 81 24 OCT 1925 E 24
Buckley Alfred 42 28 FEB 1880 M 7
Buckley Alfred 42 28 FEB 1880 M 7
Buckley Henry 72 APR 24 1881 M 7
Buckley Harriet 71 7 FEB 1885 M 7
Buckley Alice 2 23 NOV 1896 L 46
Buckley Michael 36 12 APR 1900 O 62 WH
Buckley Harriet 42 26 AUG 1900 L 96
Buckley Mary 79 22 JUN 1913 L 46
Buckley Law 80 3 DEC 1916 ?
Buckley Walter 62 4 JUN 1921 R 48 WH
Buckley David 73 31 JAN 1923 L 96
Buckley Sarah Ellen 66 30 DEC 1933 L 96
Buckley Alfred 73 8 JAN 1949 G 12
Buckley Rockley 87 8 MAR 1951 L 96
Buckley Jane Elizabeth 89 13 JUL 1967 G 12
Buckley Alice 83 19 JAN 1989 G 12
Budmoe James John 71 10 FEB 1942 R 16A EV
Burgess Mary Ann 68 15 JUN 1892 C 36 WH
Burgess Margaret 52 1 MAR 1984 G 44
Burke John 72 29 JUN 1942 R 6A EV
Burns Mary 70 15 JUN 1901 O 94 WH
Burtlett Henry 49 16 AUG 1895 D 25 WH
Burton Amelia 84 19 APR 1909 O 3 WH
Burton Mabel Lilian 20 MTHS 24 OCT 1914 ?
Butterfield Edward 53 15 AUG 1877 R 47 WH
Butterfield Edward 53 15 AUG 1877 R 47
Butterworth Thomas 77 17 DEC 1904 N 41 WH
Butterworth Nancy Mary 18 23 APR 1930 M 48
Butterworth Seth Dyson 74 26 MAR 1953 M 48
Butterworth Jane Annie 88 2 FEB 1967 M 48
Butterworth William Geoffrey 74 13 SEP 1985 M 48
Cain Joe 78 28 MAY 1885 R ? WH
Calvert John 23 13 AUG 1941 R 51A EV
Calvert Malcolm Percy 54 28 MAR 1996 H 24
Calvert George 69 24 JAN 1885 R ? WH
Canney William 55 20 JUN 1895 OLD GROUND WH
Carter Mary 79 13 MAR 1909 O 13 WH
Carter Annie 72 24 MAR 1909 O 3 WH
Carter James Armitage 83 10 APR 1926 OLD GROUND DH
Cartwright Elizabeth 77 20 JAN 1891 S ? WH
Cartwright William 71 13 JAN 1894 C 45
Cartwright Allen 78 7 JUN 1897 O 21 WH
Cartwright Martha 81 5 SEP 1903 C 45
Cartwright John 80 15 JAN 1904 0 34 WH
Cartwright Jane 65 10 FEB 1915 N 75 WH
Cartwright Moorhouse 60 18 MAY 1920 F 34
Cartwright Douglas INFANT 26 MAY 1921 F 48
Cartwright William Henry 71 5 FEB 1926 M 47
Cartwright Sabina 71 19 DEC 1932 F 34
Cartwright Hannah Elizabeth 89 9 MAR 1942 M 47
Cartwright Harry 61 7 AUG 1946 F 48
Cartwright Beatrice 71 25 JAN 1959 F 48
Castle Mary 74 25 JUN 1898 O 41 WH
Castle Richard Hawkswoth 83 4 FEB 1957 OLD GROUND
Castle Annie Elizabeth 83 6 APR 1959 OLD GROUND
Cato Thomas 80 10 MAR 1908 N 54 WH
Chadwick Edward 65 18 JUL 1898 O 51 WH
Chakman Henry 74 11 MAY 1891 S 47 WH
Chappell Sarah 50 15 NOV 1883 C 56
Chappell Lucy 84 9 JUN 1891 C 56
Chappell Martha 64 24 AUG 1898 F 9
Chappell Joseph 68 11 FEB 1904 F 9
Chappell Harold 19 18 OCT 1905 F 9
Chappell Thomas 76 4 AUG 1919 C 56 WH
Charlesworth Elliot 68 19 JUN 1876 R 34
Charlesworth Elliot 68 19 JUN 1876 R 34
Charlesworth John 68 7 JUN 1882 R 50 WH
Charlesworth Alice 27 20 MAY 1887 N 71
Charlesworth Martha 68 24 OCT 1890 D 23
Charlesworth William 72 28 MAR 1899 E 6
Charlesworth Nathan 78 31 MAY 1903 D 23
Charlesworth Rebecca 77 18 MAY 1904 E 6
Charlesworth James Wimpenny 58 24 JAN 1913 D 23 WH
Charlesworth Helen 14 13 APR 1916 OLD GROUND
Charlesworth James 64 6 NOV 1916 H 13
Charlesworth Benjamin 4 3 APR 1917 ?
Charlesworth George 74 5 JUL 1919 R 54 WH
Charlesworth Fred 42 8 OCT 1919 OLD GROUND
Charlesworth Millicent 69 9 FEB 1923 F 13
Charlesworth John 57 5 JAN 1925 M 24
Charlesworth Joe 69 17 MAR 1927 ?
Charlesworth Vivienne INFANT 15 1933 C 14
Charlesworth James William 66 24 MAR 1941 M 79
Charlesworth Emma 70 14 NOV 1945 OLD GROUND
Charlesworth Alice 80 26 JAN 1951 M 24
Charlesworth Alice 80 5 JUN 1951 M 79
Charter Charles 74 28 SEP 1920 R 48 WH
Charters Thomas 75 9 JAN 1941 F 49 EV
Chatham Charles 26 7 JUL 1885 R ? WH
Cheetham Fredrick 50 12 MAY 1891 D 17
Child William Alfred 18 MTHS 17 FEB 1890 D 35
Chittenden Emily 84 11 APR 1941 S 13 EV
Church Florence 75 14 NOV 1944 N 47 EV
Clark Arthur 75 25 APR 1941 S 7 EV
Clarke Caroline 24 28 JUN 1879 R 11 WH
Clarke Caroline 24 28 JUN 1879 R 11
Clay Robert 59 9 JAN 1928 N 6 DH
Clay Matilda Susan 81 1 OCT 1943 N 17 EV
Clayton Ada 79 15 JUL 1940 B 42
Clegg Esther 53 2 MAY 1883 R 26 WH
Clegg Charles 74 28 MAR 1904 O 24 WH
Clegg Simon 77 22 FEB 1926 R 2 DH
Clegg Charles 74 26 MAY 1948 N 20
Clegg Harriet Hannah 87 8 MAR 1962 N 20
Clements Emily 88 6 MAR 1942 R 16A EV
Cleworth James 81 20 JAN 1894 C 4
Cloke Alfred 76 3 JUL 1943 N 7 EV
Coats Thomas 72 3 NOV 1887 R ? WH
Cockin Jane 69 9 1912 B 33
Cockin George 63 16 DEC 1903 B 33
Cocking John 70 12 JAN 1887 R ? WH
Cocking Florence 12 30 OCT 1893 B 33
Cockroft Winifred 80 10 JAN 1940 P 34
Coffey Mary Ann 84 25 APR 1946 N 68 EV
Coker David 21 7 MAY 1976 H 73
Coldwell Martha 72 21 JUN 1888 D 27
Coldwell John 74 1 MAY 1920 R 53 WH
Coldwell Harry 66 13 DEC 1946 M 60
Coldwell John William 64 1 JUL 1948 N 40
Coldwell Julia 61 22 JUN 1956 H 42
Coldwell Mary Jane 79 20 JUL 1963 N 40
Coldwell John 84 18 OCT 1978 H 42
Cole Jonathan 77 23 JUL 1926 Q 47 DH
Collins Ann 66 6 JUN 1908 N 54 WH
Collins Arthur 52 26 JUN 1911 O 65 WH
Collins K A 30 16 JAN 1937 L 39
Collins Thomas Arnold 66 30 MAR 1937 L 39
Collins Julia 81 17 FEB 1942 R 16A EV
Collins Ellen 78 5 AUG 1960 L 39
Compton William 71 29 NOV 1943 N 17 EV
Connolly James 80 15 JUL 1929 N 93 DH
Connor James 70 15 APR 1903 O 54 WH
Conolly Michael 63 9 DEC 1892 D 4 WH
Cook Dorothy 68 1 APR 1879 R 23 WH
Cook Dorothy 68 1 APR 1879 R 23
Cook Sam 46 21 MAR 1886 C 13
Cook Mellew 28 24 JAN 1895 C 13
Cook Ann 89 4 OCT 1899 O 82 WH
Cook Mary Hannah 30 3 SEP 1900 C 13
Cook Clara 36 23 APR 1912 C 13
Cook Sarah Ann 90 3 JUL 1930 C 13
Cook Eliza 65 16 DEC 1941 R 28A EV
Cooney Sarah 68 13 OCT 1925 R 2 DH
Corlaw Thomas 82 7 MAR 1893 D 14 WH
Cotteril Thomas 87 18 MAY 1920 S 3 WH
Coward Reuben Hubert 72 7 MAY 1988 G 74
Cowgill Joseph 76 14 FEB 1890 O 11 WH
Cox Alice Mabel 43 18 MAY 1928 P 2
Cox Minnie 63 1 JUN 1973 I 33
Cox Ada Ellen 88 10 MAY 1966 I 33
Coxhead Walter 68 2 JUL 1959 H 72
Coxhead Marion 55 30 OCT 1964 H 72
Cragan John 79 4 MAR 1942 R 16A EV
Crocker Florence 80 13 APR 1942 P 2 EV
Crockett Ada 71 26 JUL 1945 N 58 EV
Crookes Thomas 73 5 SEP 1912 VAULT
Crookes Mary 75 5 JAN 1922 OLD GROUND
Croseley Mary Ann 70 23 AUG 1904 O 14 WH
Cross Fred 57 4 DEC 1925 R 2 DH
Crossley Eliza 90 20 OCT 1888 R ? WH
Crossley Sarah 60 5 JAN 1891 S ? WH
Crow Daw 88 22 SEP 1888 R ? WH
Crowther James Henry 23 24 JUL 1876 R 28 WH
Crowther James Henry 23 24 JUL 1876 R 28
Crowther Mary Jane 20 14 NOV 1879 R 6 WH
Crowther Mary Jane 20 14 NOV 1879 R 6
Crowther John 2 21 MAR 1880 C 54
Crowther Ann 49 25 MAY 1883 R 20 WH
Crowther Alfred 66 7 JUL 1884 N 51
Crowther Harold Ernest 1 3/4 YRS 18 MAY 1884 C 48
Crowther Joseph Henry 21 1 OCT 1885 C 48
Crowther James 73 14 NOV 1887 R ? WH
Crowther Mary 18 16 JAN 1889 C 48
Crowther Henry 66 17 APR 1890 S 39 WH
Crowther Grace 49 31 JUL 1892 C 48
Crowther Arthur 21 20 JUN 1895 C 48
Crowther John 67 16 JUN 1904 C?
Cullum Joseph 55 4 SEP 1915 N 55 WH
Cummings Charles 81 23 SEP 1941 R 46A EV
Cundall Jane 63 10 FEB 1917 N 25 WH
Cunniffe John 79 3 MAY 1926 Q 47 DH
Curtis Joseph 66 17 SEP 1943 N 7 EV
Cusnway Samuel 86 21 DEC 1943 N 27 EV
Cuttell John 86 4 JUL 1885 R ? WH
Cuttell Emily 21 9 MAR 1902 B 13
Cuttle Elizabeth 78 19 MAY 1920 S 3 WH
Daniel Jack 29 11 OCT 1951 H 1
Daniels Alice 59 31 MAR 1943 ?
Davenport William 64 6 JUN 1944 N 37 EV
Davis Thomas 48 15 JUN 1894 D 62 WH
Davis Sarah 90 16 FEB 1905 O 4 WH
Davis Rose Hannah 79 3 DEC 1941 R 28A EV
Dawson Louisa 26 31 AUG 1895 L 46
Dawson Sarah 75 9 FEB 1918 N 34 WH
Dawson Annie 49 13 MAR 1925 R 7 DH
Dawson Edith Mary 97 28 NOV 1973 I 21
Day William 43 25 JAN 1916 F 6
Dean Thomas 75 13 MAR 1888 R ? WH
Deane Emma 80 1 MAY 1945 N 48 EV
Dearden ? 80 5 APR 1949 M 2
Dearnley Benjamin ? 31 JAN 1878 L 11
Dearnley Benjamin 31 JAN 1878 L 11
Dearnley Thomas 51 23 APR 1880 E 10
Dearnley Sarah 52 3 MAR 1881 D 2
Dearnley Martha Ann 30 25 FEB 1882 L 11
Dearnley Sarah Ann 46 21 OCT 1883 M 41
Dearnley Sarah 63 26 APR 1892 E 10
Dearnley Clara 59 1 JUL 1893 D 5 WH
Deasy James 85 25 JUL 1884 Q 49 WH
Delaney John 39 28 DEC 1925 M 33
Denton James 65 28 OCT 1905 N 94 WH
Denton Mary Ann 58 30 APR 1928 L 98
Denton Wilfred 88 6 AUG 1957 L 98
Deoitt Ellen 69 7 MAR 1888 R ? WH
Dewey Amelia 88 13 NOV 1944 N 23
Dick Oliver Hobson 2 HRS 12 APR 1994 Q 33
Dickinson Ernest 16 MTHS 26 MAR 1885 VAULT
Dickinson Edith Vera 23 MTHS 4 DEC 1895 VAULT
Dickinson Alice 4 22 JAN 1896 VAULT
Dickinson William 48 17 JUN 1897 VAULT
Dickinson Mary Ann 69 22 MAY 1925 ?
Dickinson Mary 46 11 AUG 1927 M 43
Dickinson Selina 67 10 JUL 1942 R 1A EV
Dickinson Alan 46 13 DEC 1956 N 40
Dickinson Frank 75 4 JAN 1958 G 11
Dixon Morwenna Louise 4 27 AUG 1907 ?
Dixon Gerald 4 10 FEB 1916 ?
Dixon Morwenna Heath 63 7 SEP 1944 ?
Dixon Arthur 75 11 AUG 1949 OLD GROUND
Dixon John Terence 19 16 AUG 1952 G 52
Dixon John Philip 70 1 SEP 1977 G 52
Dixon Jane Winifred 90 7 JUL 1997 G 52
Dodson John 86 18 JAN 1900 O 72 WH
Dolan Mary 64 10 APR 1896 S 30 WH
Dollive Henry 78 13 FEB 1904 B 23 WH
Donegan Arthur 89 14 JAN 1944 N 37 EV
Donkersley Hannah 65 11 OCT 1909 ?
Donkersley Sarah Elizabeth 80 6 NOV 1939 L 39
Donkersley John 83 6 APR 1940 L 30
Donkersley Ada 60 9 MAR 1948 L 30
Douglas Mary Ann 78 25 JAN 1944 N 37 EV
Dove Rose Jane 69 25 MAR 1941 S 13 EV
Downey John 67 28 FEB 1946 N 58 EV
Downing Richard 55 14 JUL 1881 C 24
Downing Mary Ann 86 3 1943 N 4 EV
Dransfield Henry 85 25 JUL 1890 S 39 WH
Dransfield George 63 25 JUN 1907 N 64 WH
Dransfield Oscar 49 13 SEP 1918 S 27 WH
Drury Patrick 78 3 JAN 1896 ? WH
Drury Mary 46 23 JUL 1937 M 87
Drury James Joseph 48 4 MAY 1938 M 87
Drury Eliza 83 30 MAY 1945 N 48 EV
Dryden Alfred 71 12 OCT 1918 S 27 WH
Dryden Valerie 55 15 NOV 1993 H 4
Duffy Ellen 69 24 MAR 1883 R 32 WH
Dugdale William 73 13 MAR 1876 R40 WH
Dugdale William 73 13 MAR 1876 R40
Duggleby Arthur Robert 52 11 JUN 1937 L 79
Duncan Charles 90 6 MAR 1893 C 42 WH
Dunn Martha 81 29 AUG 1941 R 52A EV
Dwyer Edward 67 20 SEP 1943 N 7 EV
Dyson Emma 79 12 AUG 1913 L 5
Dyson Georgiana E M 69 17 JAN 1914 OLD GROUND
Dyson James 78 12 OCT 1915 L 5
Dyson Frances 86 18 APR 1916 L 32
Dyson Alice 72 13 NOV 1917 E 44
Dyson John Morehouse 78 21 MAR 1918 OLD GROUND
Dyson John 71 15 DEC 1920 R 48 WH
Dyson William Fredrick 55 22 OCT 1921 R 36 WH
Dyson Judith Ann 54 21 JUN 1922 L 45
Dyson Margaret 81 5 FEB 1927 R 3 DH
Dyson Sarah 59 21 JUN 1928 M 8
Dyson Benjamin 79 31 DEC 1930 OLD GROUND
Dyson James 69 6 FEB 1930 L 32
Dyson Albert 56 9 DEC 1933 L 43
Dyson Clara 73 7 JUN 1933 OLD GROUND
Dyson Edward 75 19 JUL 1938 M 8
Dyson Joe 55 16 JUL 1942 L 70
Dyson Jane 75 22 DEC 1945 M 8
Dyson Edith Mary 67 19 OCT 1956 L 70
Dyson John Henry 72 30 JAN 1957 L 70
Dyson Thomas 75 6 JUL 1966 L 70
Dyson Elizabeth 62 28 OCT 1979 H 33
Dyson Walker 76 28 OCT 1979 H 33
Dyson John Thomas 6 1/2 28 MAY 1876 L 15
Dyson John Thomas 6 1/2 28 MAY 1876 L 15
Dyson George 81 3 APR 1881 C 55
Dyson John 74 6 DEC 1881 Q 36 WH
Dyson William 48 18 JUN 1883 L 15
Dyson James 50 19 JAN 1884 L 45
Dyson Sarah 84 15 NOV 1884 C 55
Dyson Law 64 28 AUG 1886 R ? WH
Dyson Eleanor Frances 47 14 APR 1888 E 44
Dyson Mary Edith 24 24 AUG 1888 L 32
Dyson Emma 48 7 SEP 1889 L 45
Dyson Benjamin 78 23 MAY 1893 L 32
Dyson Harriet 66 8 AUG 1895 D 25 WH
Dyson Hannah 61 18 APR 1899 L 15
Dyson Emma 57 28 FEB 1901 C 55
Dyson Mary Ann 55 7 NOV 1902 OLD GROUND WH
Dyson Hannah 72 19 JAN 1904 E 41
Dyson Emily 25 17 DEC 1905 L 45
Dytch Benjamin 18 MTHS 15 NOV 1882 L 33
Dytch David 48 20 AUG 1894 L 33
Dytch Mary Ann 52 23 SEP 1900 L 53
Dytch Hannah 71 17 OCT 1916 L 33
Dytch Emma 87 14 MAR 1938 L 53
Dytch Martha Hannah 62 21 JAN 1952 OLD GROUND
Dytch Joe 67 4 JUL 1953 OLD GROUND
Earnshaw Tedbar 78 5 OCT 1877 R 41 WH
Earnshaw Tedbar 78 5 OCT 1877 R 41
Earnshaw Harriet 67 13 MAR 1901 E 68
Earnshaw Alfred 49 3 MAY 1904 O 24 WH
Earnshaw Fanny 86 4 JUL 1906 ? WH
Earnshaw John 75 12 SEP 1906 E 68
Eastwood Emma 11 MTHS 8 DEC 1894 B 32
Eastwood Joseph 78 9 NOV 1897 O 31 WH
Eastwood Robert Hamworthy 42 25 MAR 1898 B 32
Eastwood Joe 50 3 AUG 1905 B 32
Eastwood Thomas 72 16 MAR 1912 OLD GROUND
Eastwood William 77 4 APR 1921 OLD GROUND
Eastwood Ellen 73 7 JAN 1922 ?
Eastwood Catherine 80 7 JUN 1926 OLD GROUND
Eastwood Elizabeth 91 7 JAN 1928 OLD GROUND
Eastwood Ann 81 5 JUL 1930 OLD GROUND
Eastwood Ben 86 22 JUL 1931 OLD GROUND
Eastwood John Broadhirst 48 23 FEB 1932 OLD GROUND
Eastwood Mary 44 25 JUL 1935 B 32
Eastwood Winifred 48 30 JAN 1937 OLD GROUND
Eastwood Ann 82 28 SEP 1939 N 8
Eastwood Ellen 80 28 FEB 1967 N 8
Eastwood May 89 17 AUG 1973 OLD GROUND
Edwards Ann 77 23 AUG 1890 S 32 WH
Edwards Richard 88 14 AUG 1893 D 5 WH
Edwards Mary Ann 65 23 AUG 1915 N 65 WH
Edwin James 78 7 NOV 1889 R ? WH
Eldridge Alice 79 6 JAN 1942 R 22A EV
Ellam Martha Ann 67 17 APR 1913 O 15 WH
Ellis James 45 29 FEB 1888 R ? WH
Ellis John 77 10 DEC 1892 D 4 WH
Ellis John 76 10 FEB 1892 E 5 WH
Ellis Lydia 91 23 MAY 1904 O 24 WH
Ellis Thomas 76 22 FEB 1905 O 4 WH
Ellis Jane 68 27 MAR 1909 O 3 WH
Ellis William 69 26 FEB 1918 N 34 WH
Ellis Robert Malcolm 3 26 AUG 1944 N 49
Ellis Margaret 39 19 SEP 1959 N 29
Ellis James 82 20 NOV 1997 G 25
Ellis Marion 88 16 OCT 1997 G 25
Ellison Fanny 69 17 APR 1925 R 7 DH
England Hilda 78 21 JUN 1967 ?
England George Wordsworth 88 4 MAR 1974 OLD GROUND
Evans Mary J 91 14 MAR 1941 S 19 EV
Fallas Randall 59 21 APR 1952 H 31
Fallon Catherine 69 9 JUL 1883 R 20 WH
Farrand Mary Ann 5 19 MAY 1890 M 17
Farrand Ann 83 30 NOV 1977 H 53
Fawcett John 60 16 AUG 1911 C 34
Fawcett Janet 71 16 DEC 1927 C 34
Fawcett Hanson 64 29 JAN 1955 H 91
Fawcett Edith 71 22 MAY 1958 H 91
Fearnley Samuel 70 30 AUG 1883 R 14 WH
Feversham Joseph 38 12 AUG 1920 S 9 WH
Field Hannah 85 7 FEB 1905 O 4 WH
Field Joseph 80 22 MAR 1952 H 21
Field Anna 88 10 SEP 1963 H 21
Finnigan James 74 26 OCT 1880 Q 46 WH
Firth Mary 67 8 MAR 1909 O13 WH
Firth Herbert 52 3 JUL 1917 N 15 WH
Fisher Luke 71 15 APR 1890 S 39 WH
Fisher Maria 85 4 FEB 1891 S 47 WH
Fisher Sarah 68 28 MAR 1892 D 2 WH
Fisher Norman 28 28 OCT 1918 L 3
Fisher Alice 76 20 AUG 1934 L 3
Fisher John 84 24 JUL 1940 L 3
Fisher Florence 60 15 AUG 1942 L 80
Fisher Edith Alice 67 14 FEB 1951 L 3
Fisher Luke 79 26 JAN 1953 M 30
Fisher Francis 86 18 MAR 1969 L 80
Fitton Charles 63 30 JAN 1882 Q 36 WH
Fitton Ben 40 26 JAN 1883 R 38 WH
Fitton Joseph 73 11 AUG 1891 D 17 WH
Fitton George 68 1 JAN 1894 B 42
Fitton Benjamin 44 23 OCT 1899 B 8
Fitton Sarah 88 24 JAN 1912 B 42
Flaherty James ? 2 1923 R 24 WH
Flanagan Michael 65 31 MAY 1884 Q 49 WH
Fleetwood Joseph 65 6 AUG 1885 C 42 WH
Fleming James 61 29 JAN 1918 N 34 WH
Fletcher Henry 71 20 JUN 1901 O 94 WH
Floyd Edgar 1 WEEK 7 JUL 1877 E 36
Floyd Ruth 25 7 JUL 1877 E 36
Floyd Edgar 1 WEEK 7 JUL 1877 E 36
Floyd Ruth 25 7 JUL 1877 E 36
Floyd Leonard Gaskell 3 7 NOV 1885 ?
Floyd Cecil Peel 37 23 JAN 1919 E 36
Floyd John Peel 73 27 FEB 1920 E 36
Floyd Ellen Gaskell 83 21 FEB 1934 E 36
Flynn Mary 73 3 DEC 1890 S ? WH
Flynn Thomas 88 26 MAY 1941 S 1 EV
Foulger Elizabeth 84 18 SEP 1951 N 60
Foulkes Thomas 52 31 DEC 1892 D 8 WH
Fowler George 66 23 DEC 1943 N 27 EV
Fowles Thomas 79 30 JUL 1942 R 1A EV
Fox John 31 27 FEB 1876 N 81
Fox John 31 27 FEB 1876 N 81
Fox Mary 84 22 MAR 1876 R 40 WH
Fox Mary 84 22 MAR 1876 R 40
Fox Herbert 7 WKS 14 AUG 1882 M 71
Fox Bridget 51 10 OCT 1889 R ? WH
Fox Mary Ann 50 31 OCT 1901 O 84 WH
Fox Ellen 55 3 AUG 1923 R 18 WH
Fox Ernest 68 4 OCT 1945 N 58 EV
France Sam 69 29 DEC 1882 R 38 WH
France Mary 83 12 APR 1905 N 94 WH
France Mary 83 29 AUG 1955 ?
Francis Betty 87 17 DEC 1941 R 28A EV
Freeman Paul Stanley 3 MTHS 1 JUL 1942 R 6A
French Abraham 55 6 SEP 1927 N 6 DH
Fretwell Matthew 69 14 JUL 1908 N 44 WH
Fretwell Anna Maria 85 12 MAR 1945 N 38 EV
Fry William 63 8 1929 P 6 WH
Gallaghaw John 37 2 OCT 1895 ? WH
Galloway Amy Isalbella Vera 49 16 JUL 1937 ?
Galloway Amelia Sarah 82 27 SEP 1941 L 99
Galloway William Dawson 58 5 1948 L 99
Galloway Norah Waterhouse 98 1 JUL 1995 L 99
Gamer Eliza 51 26 FEB 1892 C 27
Gardiner Sarah 93 23 DEC 1942 Q 41A EV
Gardner John 84 11 APR 1941 S 7 EV
Garlick Charles 70 8 MAR 1910 O 11 WH
Garlick Harry 67 20 JUN 1922 R 24 WH
Garlick David 76 7 MAY 1959 H 62
Garlick Alice Ann 77 21 FEB 1967 H 62
Garner Mary 26 2 JUN 1906 N 84 WH
Garner William Watson Crossley 71 5 SEP 1906 C 27
Garner Betty 71 10 JAN 1920 R 54 WH
Garner Martha Ann 77 12 FEB 1940 M 59
Garner Joseph 78 30 JUN 1943 M 59
Garnet Mary Ann 93 21 NOV 1906 N 84 WH
Garnett Edward 23 10 OCT 1879 D 7
Garnett Edward 23 10 OCT 1879 D 7
Garnier Thomas 69 18 DEC 1876 R 22 WH
Garnier Thomas 69 18 DEC 1876 R 22
Garrett Henrietta 69 4 MAR 1921 R 48 WH
Garside Sarah 43 18 OCT 1888 C 57
Garside Ann 74 9 MAY 1927 M 46
Garside Ben 74 24 NOV 1931 M 46
Gartery Charles Henry 70 13 JUN 1936 M 93
Garvey Jabina 72 15 AUG 1894 N 11 WH
Garwood Sarah Ann 69 4 JAN 1927 R 3 DH
Gatey John 87 10 MAR 1944 N 37 EV
Gawkrodger Lavinia 43 19 SEP 1887 R ? WH
George Mary Patricia 8 1 MAY 1929 M 18
George Samuel Alfred 89 23 JUN 1943 N 4 EV
Ghalliner Ester Drew 88 26 MAR 1952 N 70
Gibson Joseph 35 18 MAR 1879 R 23 WH
Gibson Joseph 35 18 MAR 1879 R 23
Gibson Emily 54 1 FEB 1913 O 35 WH
Gibson George 68 5 OCT 1917 N 5 WH
Gilbert George 73 2 JUN 1944 N 37 EV
Giles Blanche Margaret 76 18 JUL 1947 N 68 EV
Gill Benjamin 80 28 MAR 1876 R 40 WH
Gill Benjamin 80 28 MAR 1876 R 40
Gill Joe 30 26 FEB 1881 D 8
Gill Benjamin 72 26 NOV 1881 N 51
Gill Ellen Ann 41 22 FEB 1884 C 44
Gill Henry Alfred 49 25 FEB 1884 C 38
Gill Hugh 9 MTHS 8 JUL 1884 C 44
Gill Miram 45 25 FEB 1885 C 44
Gill Alice 5 11 OCT 1885 C 44
Gill Hobson 15 4 NOV 1887 C 44
Gill George 22 20 OCT 1889 C 44
Gill Jonas 21 10 JUL 1891 C 39
Gill James 68 1 FEB 1893 D 8 WH
Gill Ruth 60 MAR 1 1894 B 37
Gill Alfred 63 1 JUN 1896 B 37
Gill Hannah 73 23 MAY 1907 C 38
Gill Sydney 4 MTHS 2 OCT 1915 ?
Gill Henry 49 11 NOV 1924 L 2
Gill Sarah 77 11 FEB 1939 C 38
Gill Edwin 71 9 JAN 1947 ?
Gill Esther Ann 79 30 JUN 1951 ?
Gill Charles William 81 7 DEC 1957 C 39
Gill Jemima 84 31 DEC 1957 M 70
Ginger Elizabeth 93 30 JUL 1942 R 1A EV
Gladden Walter 72 21 MAY 1941 S 1 EV
Gladwin Dan 49 31 MAY 1912 O 45 WH
Gledhill Joseph 22 16 MAY 1878 R 35 WH
Gledhill Joseph 22 16 MAY 1878 R 35
Gledhill Joseph 63 11 SEP 1894 N 11
Gledhill Sarah 84 30 MAR 1911 O 85 WH
Glenson Michael 63 11 JAN 1897 N 31 WH
Goddard Sarah Elizabeth 70 27 NOV 1915 N 55 WH
Goddard John Edward 50 2 AUG 1937 L 29
Goddard Mary Hannah 77 31 JAN 1939 L 29
Goddard Hilda Eveline 54 29 JUL 1946 L 29
Godley Jane 50 13 JAN 1900 O 72 WH
Goldthorpe Allen 29 23 DEC 1886 R ? WH
Goldthorpe Abraham 76 15 JUN 1889 L 76
Goldthorpe Alfred 49 19 MAY 1900 O 93 WH
Goodacre Hannah 79 14 SEP 1893 ? WH
Gould John 66 10 AUG 1920 S 9 WH
Graham Martha 59 4 JUN 1901 E 13
Graham Henry 62 18 DEC 1902 S 13
Graham John Henry 69 21 SEP 1936 E 13
Graham Charlotte 87 25 FEB 1942 R 22A EV
Grange Harry 30 5 OCT 1926 R 3 DH
Grant John 50 4 JUN 1901 O 94 WH
Greaves Dick 64 2 MAR 1907 N 74 WH
Green Mary Ann 71 20 APR 1912 O 45 WH
Green Laura Jane 60 9 MAY 1928 N 6 DH
Green Mary Ann 74 13 FEB 1929 O 2
Green William 83 23 JUN 1944 N 47 EV
Green Lyndia 73 9 JUN 1892 C 36 WH
Green Sylvester 53 14 JUN 1918 S 41 WH
Green Annie 52 6 JUN 1922 F 40
Greenaway Annie Marie 82 13 NOV 1942 Q 46A EV
Greenwood William 2 MTHS 4 APR 1876 L 47
Greenwood William 2 MTHS 4 APR 1876 L 47
Greenwood Mary 54 21 OCT 1887 D 47
Greenwood George 72 20 JUN 1892 D 47
Greenwood Walter 62 24 MAR 1898 L 47
Greenwood Ellen 67 7 MAR 1908 L 47
Greenwood Kate 36 11 OCT 1909 L 47
Greenwood Emma 75 20 MAY 1914 N 85 WH
Greenwood George 55 18 AUG 1917 L 74
Greenwood Harry 56 6 JUN 1925 M 27
Greenwood Connie INFANT 23 AUG 1929 E 65
Greenwood Irvine 59 5 JAN 1943 L 90
Greenwood Randal 73 28 OCT 1953 L 74
Greenwood Alice 72 21 SEP 1957 L 90
Greenwood Alice 63 10 OCT 1965 L 85
Greenwood Sabina Elizabeth 87 28 APR 1967 M 27
Gregg Jemmina 83 5 MAR 1888 R ? WH
Grigg George Henry James 78 6 OCT 1942 Q 46A EV
Groom Robert 66 27 AUG 1935 P 32
Guinon Thomas 69 9 NOV 1892 D 29 WH
Gunn Annie Loreen 64 1 JUL 1911 O 65 WH
Gunnings Julia ? 1 JUL 1918 S 34 WH
Gyte Peter 78 28 SEP 1888 L 66
Gyte Rhoda 82 9 MAY 1891 L 66 WH
Hadfield Fredrick 59 19 NOV 1917 N 5 WH
Haigh Thomas 85 15 NOV 1876 R 22 WH
Haigh Thomas 85 15 NOV 1876 R 22
Haigh William 55 19 JUN 1877 R 47 WH
Haigh William 55 19 JUN 1877 R 47
Haigh George 61 16 SEP 1878 N 11
Haigh George 61 16 SEP 1878 N 11
Haigh Robert 54 1 APR 1879 R 23 WH
Haigh William 75 23 APR 1879 R 17 WH
Haigh Robert 54 1 APR 1879 R 23
Haigh William 75 23 APR 1879 R 17
Haigh Charlotte 60 8 FEB 1880 N 11
Haigh Charlotte 60 8 FEB 1880 N 11
Haigh Sam 80 30 SEP 1881 Q 41 WH
Haigh Henry 61 10 JAN 1882 Q 36 WH
Haigh Benjamin 78 13 DEC 1883 R 9 WH
Haigh Lyndia 67 27 MAY 1884 Q 49 WH
Haigh Thomas 68 31 MAR 1885 R ? WH
Haigh George 82 7 JUL 1886 R ? WH
Haigh Joseph 70 11 MAR 1887 D 28
Haigh William 67 25 FEB 1888 R ? WH
Haigh Fanny 70 29 JUL 1890 S 32 WH
Haigh Arthur Donald 8 MTHS 15 MAR 1894 D 62
Haigh James 75 1 MAR 1895 L 76 WH
Haigh Elizabeth 67 28 APR 1896 C 21 WH
Haigh Thomas 2 12 FEB 1898 L 85
Haigh Frank 72 12 MAR 1898 O 41 WH
Haigh Beatrice 15 23 AUG 1899 L 85
Haigh Betsey 69 19 MAY 1903 O 34 WH
Haigh William 66 28 APR 1906 N 84 WH
Haigh Robert 2 MTHS 14 JUL 1906 L 85
Haigh Annie 63 2 1909 OLD GROUND
Haigh Andrew 68 13 JUL 1909 O 3 WH
Haigh Albert 68 28 SEPT 1911 OLD GROUND
Haigh Edith Mary 25 16 APR 1914 L 85
Haigh Joseph 75 26 DEC 1916 N 35 WH
Haigh Charles Edward 19 28 JUN 1916 N 45 WH
Haigh Ann 69 16 FEB 1918 N 34 WH
Haigh Thomas Walter 64 21 SEP 1921 L 85
Haigh Herbert 47 6 MAY 1930 N 93 DH
Haigh Ann 71 6 SEP 1933 L 85
Haigh Matthew 72 23 NOV 1935 OLD GROUND
Haley Viletta 70 6 DEC 1945 N 58 EV
Hall Mary Jane 82 31 DEC 1940 F 49 EV
Hall Arthur Edward 82 26 MAR 1941 S 13 EV
Hall Jane 80 25 NOV 1902 O 54 WH
Hall Sarah Annie 40 12 MAR 1925 F 23 DH
Hallas Harry 1 3 AUG 1880 C 30
Hallas Charles Albert 2 1 JUN 1880 C 36
Hallas Henrietta 33 3 SEP 1880 C 36
Hallas Edward 55 23 APR 1895 C 30
Hallas Emily 65 7 MAR 1909 C 30
Hallas Mary 85 8 JUN 1920 S 3 WH
Hallogan Judith 7 6 JAN 1962 I 22
Hange Edgar 69 7 MAY 1941 S 1 EV
Hanson Joseph 49 28 NOV 1910 N 41 WH
Hanwell Sarah Elizabeth 14 24 MAR 1915 OLD GROUND
Hanwell Anthony 64 10 AUG 1920 F 41
Hanwell Mary 69 18 APR 1934 F 41
Hanwell Alice 55 8 SEP 1936 P 36
Hanwell Helena Martha 58 9 AUG 1956 ?
Hanwell Charles Harry 69 7 JUN 1958 P 36
Hardy Edward 73 21 JUL 1893 D 5 WH
Hardy Isaac 43 10 FEB 1900 O 62 WH
Harfield George 76 4 APR 1922 R 36 WH
Hargreaves James 79 20 OCT 1886 R ? WH
Harmer Benjamin 70 21 JAN 1887 R ? WH
Harper Alma 15 19 SEP 1891 N 81 WH
Harpin Martha 49 30 SEP 1897 O 31 WH
Harris Joseph 72 16 JUN 1944 N 37 EV
Harrison George 71 24 JUN 1892 C 36 WH
Harrison Nathan 77 14 DEC 1894 N 21 WH
Harrison James 61 23 MAY 1899 O 92 WH
Harrison Elizabeth 73 6 MAR 1911 E 62
Harrison Elizabeth 8 MTHS 23 APR 1954 ?
Hart William 76 10 JUN 1939 ?
Hart Wilson 77 13 NOV 1939 E 58
Hart Kate Amelia 86 6 DEC 1943 N 27 EV
Hart Jack 54 27 MAY 1977 M 28
Hartley Thomas 69 12 APR 1901 O 94 WH
Hartley Arthur 62 21 MAY 1915 N 65 WH
Hartnell John 54 23 JUL 1917 N 15 WH
Harvey Frank Shadrach 74 26 JUN 1942 L 91
Hawkyard George 86 15 MAR 1890 S 46 WH
Hayes Margaret Ann 71 2 FEB 1943 Q 41A EV
Heald Emma ? 4 APR 1928 N 6 DH
Heaney John 53 13 MAR 1919 S 2 WH
Heap Alexander 28 17 MAY 1876 L 57
Heap Alexander 28 17 MAY 1876 L 57
Heap Johnathon 66 19 MAY 1880 C 42
Heap Jonas 74 15 FEB 1883 C 37
Heap Robert 60 12 DEC 1884 L 57
Heap Frederick 64 28 JAN 1893 ?
Heap Mary 80 20 AUG 1898 O 51 WH
Heap Jane 86 4 NOV 1907 C 37
Heap Mary 16 22 DEC 1878 D 31
Heap Mary 16 22 DEC 1878 D 31
Heaps James 72 11 SEP 1877 R 47 WH
Heaps James 72 11 SEP 1877 R 47
Heaton Charles 74 4 APR 1885 R ? WH
Heaton Ruth Hannah 65 25 APR 1928 OLD GROUND
Hellawell Mary 61 8 FEB 1890 D 41
Hellawell Abel 67 5 JAN 1891 D 41
Hellawell Anice 32 24 MAY 1894 D 42
Hellawell Harriet 79 5 AUG 1911 O 65 WH
Hellawell Harry 45 23 MAR 1915 D 41
Hellawell Ada Ann 66 13 APR 1935 D 41
Hellawell Joe 71 9 JAN 1935 D 42
Hellawell Florence 71 27 APR 1936 D 42
Hemingway Humphrey 65 16 FEB 1877 R 53 WH
Hemingway Humphrey 65 16 FEB 1877 R 53
Henny Stephen 60 8 APR 1884 R 4 WH
Henry Ellen 69 26 APR 1897 O 21 WH
Heppenstall Emma 65 30 SEP 1961 I 12
Heppenstall James William 76 20 JAN 1968 I 12
Hepworth George 62 9 JUN 1879 R 17 WH
Hepworth George 62 9 JUN 1879 R 17
Hepworth A. E. 16 3 APR 1883 R 26 WH
Hey Esther 64 29 DEC 1882 R 38 WH
Hey Ben 71 30 SEP 1907 N 64 WH
Higginbotham Minnie 49 9 JUN 1933 P 8
Higginbotham Mary 21 23 OCT 1937 P 8
Higgins John 80 15 NOV 1875 R 52 WH
Higgins John 80 15 NOV 1875 R 52
Higgins Eli 76 19 AUG 1892 D 29 WH
Hilary Helen 78 1 APR 1941 S 13 EV
Hill Elizabeth 37 27 FEB 1897 O 21 WH
Hill Dorothy Frances 9 WKS 14 FEB 1907 L 36
Hill Kenneth INFANT 10 MAR 1915 OLD GROUND
Hill Marjorie 5 18 APR 1922 R 24 WH
Hill Mark 71 7 MAR 1953 ?
Hinchliff Jonas 78 6 OCT 1876 R 28 WH
Hinchliff Jonas 78 6 OCT 1876 R 28
Hinchliff Joseph 71 10 SEP 1901 O 84 WH
Hinchliff Hannah (Downes) 87 18 1902 N 41
Hinchliff Eliza 75 21 MAR 1899 F 59 & 51
Hinchliffe John 75 21 MAY 1878 N 31
Hinchliffe John 75 21 MAY 1878 N 31
Hinchliffe Henry 64 28 JUL 1879 R 11 WH
Hinchliffe Henry 64 28 JUL 1879 R 11
Hinchliffe Ann 83 21 DEC 1883 R 9 WH
Hinchliffe Jonathan 89 9 MAY 1888 R ? WH
Hinchliffe Ann 74 8 APR 1889 R ? WH
Hinchliffe John 66 10 MAR 1890 S 46 WH
Hinchliffe James 73 3 FEB 1900 O 62 WH
Hinchliffe Lucy Ann 45 28 OCT 1904 F 5
Hinchliffe Albert 49 21 SEP 1915 F 5
Hinchliffe Mary Grace 21 25 OC 1916 ?
Hinchliffe John Thomas 35 22 MAR 1920 L 6
Hinchliffe Mary 77 14 DEC 1921 L 96
Hinchliffe Walter 55 7 SEPT 1921 B 49
Hinchliffe John 72 21 APR 1922 R 24 WH
Hinchliffe Alfred 92 12 MAR 1924 R 18 WH
Hinchliffe William 63 15 MAR 1924 L 6
Hinchliffe Joe 32 6 AUG 1926 C 39
Hinchliffe Robert 56 28 NOV 1942 L 6
Hinchliffe Amy 56 24 JUN 1946 L 6
Hinchliffe Mary Ann 86 19 MAY 1949 L 6
Hinchliffe Margaret Ann 62 29 AUG 1959 ?
Hinchliffe Lizzie 84 14 AUG 1974 C 39
Hines David 83 21 MAY 1941 S 1 EV
Hinton Mary Harris 70 14 APR 1892 D 20 WH
Hippen Mary Ann 82 7 DEC 1943 N 27 EV
Hirst Walter 3 19 APR 1876 N 71
Hirst Walter 3 19 APR 1876 N 71
Hirst John 73 13 MAR 1876 R 40 WH
Hirst John 73 13 MAR 1876 R 40
Hirst George 45 15 SEP 1877 R 47 WH
Hirst George 45 15 SEP 1877 R 47
Hirst Sam 63 7 NOV 1879 R 6 WH
Hirst Sam 63 7 NOV 1879 R 6
Hirst Sarah 30 1 JUL 1882 N 71
Hirst Mary 59 12 DEC 1883 R 14 WH
Hirst Sarah 56 26 JAN 1883 R 38 WH
Hirst Sarah Or Mary 76 28 MAR 1883 R 26 WH
Hirst Amos 63 19 MAR 1885 R ? WH
Hirst Eli 88 21 SEP 1885 R ? WH
Hirst Henry 71 18 JAN 1886 R ? WH
Hirst John Firth 70 30 JUN 1886 R ? WH
Hirst Dyson 3 5 MAR 1887 D 34
Hirst Blanche 10 MTHS 7 FEB 1892 D 34
Hirst Frances Mary 15 14 JUL 1892 E 12
Hirst Lydia 69 26 APR 1894 E 33
Hirst Crissey Jane 19 1 MAY 1894 E 12
Hirst Benjamin 70 16 NOV 1895 N 71
Hirst Elizabeth 48 26 AUG 1896 E 12
Hirst Martha 62 2 DEC 1896 N 71
Hirst John 71 13 NOV 1896 S 37 WH
Hirst William 84 11 JUL 1899 O 82 WH
Hirst Sarah 79 13 FEB 1904 O 34 WH
Hirst Henry 61 17 APR 1906 O 44 WH
Hirst Thomas 59 11 JUN 1906 N 84 WH
Hirst James 84 30 SEP 1906 D 44 WH
Hirst Eli 67 23 JAN 1909 E 55
Hirst Harry 1 MTH 16 JULY 1910 OLD GROUND
Hirst Joshua 77 3 AUG 1915 N 65 WH
Hirst Martha 60 14 JAN 1915 N 75 WH
Hirst Mary Ann 84 17 MAR 1922 R 36 WH
Hirst Tom 73 2 JUN 1924 OLD GROUND
Hirst Jonathan Lockwood 71 10 JUL 1928 D 34
Hirst Emily 76 31 AUG 1932 D 34
Hirst Ernest Henry 62 31 JUL 1942 E 55
Hirst Percy 67 28 NOV 1959 H 92
Hirst Lucy 74 7 MAR 1963 E 55
Hirst Arthur Eli 87 6 MAY 1966 E 55
Hirst Norah 90 20 DEC 1993 H 92
Hitchman Dorothy 40 27 APR 1945 N 48 EV
Hoare Elizabeth Jane 87 9 FEB 1945 N 48 EV
Hobson Joe INFANT 22 JUL 1878 L 22
Hobson Joe INFANT 22 JUL 1878 L 22
Hobson Caroline 16 1 AUG 1879 D 25
Hobson Caroline 16 1 AUG 1879 D 25
Hobson Joe 22 3 APR 1880 L 46
Hobson Albert 1 12 JAN 1881 L 22
Hobson Elizabeth Emma 1 YR 10 MTHS 12 OCT 1881 D 33
Hobson Elliot 3 1 DEC 1886 L 22
Hobson Hubert 10 MTHS 20 FEB 1887 B 46
Hobson Robert 7 MTHS 19 AU 1888 L 22
Hobson Arnold 6 3 MAY 1891 B 46
Hobson John Henry 49 15 FEB 1893 D 11
Hobson Edwin 28 6 SEP 1893 C 9
Hobson Sarah Ellen 23 7 SEP 1893 D 11
Hobson Alice 32 8 SEP 1893 E 26
Hobson Jonas 60 29 JUN 1895 B 27
Hobson Tedbar 69 24 MAY 1895 D 23
Hobson Ralph 43 22 MAR 1896 B 22
Hobson Eliza 71 26 DEC 1903 C 9
Hobson Thomas Henry 20 2 MAY 1903 D 11
Hobson Sarah Amellia 5 20 MAY 1905 ? 12
Hobson Ben 73 5 JUN 1908 C 9
Hobson Amelia 58 22 SEP 1909 ?
Hobson Florence 20 15 OCT 1910 L 22
Hobson George 62 11 FEB 1911 OLD GROUND
Hobson Mary 54 28 DEC 1912 B 46
Hobson Sarah 68 16 JUN 1913 D 52
Hobson Elihu 81 14 MAR 1914 L 78
Hobson Jonas 54 14 MAR 1914 E 26
Hobson Ellen 57 11 DEC 1915 ?
Hobson Alfred 76 25 NOV 1916 D 52
Hobson Sarah Elizabeth 81 18 DEC 1917 B 27
Hobson Ann 71 2 JUN 1917 D 11
Hobson Charles 63 25 SEP 1918 L 4
Hobson Martha 74 5 APR 1922 L 22
Hobson William Henry 75 15 AUG 1923 OLD GROUND
Hobson Ruth Annie 49 31 DEC 1924 L 1
Hobson Sarah 83 20 JUN 1924 OLD GROUND
Hobson Willie 67 5 JAN 1927 M 54
Hobson William 70 8 JAN 1927 OLD GROUND
Hobson Sarah Ellen 63 21 SEP 1927 M 54
Hobson Caroline 73 9 OCT 1929 B 22
Hobson Emma 77 4 SEP 1929 N 93 DH
Hobson Frederick 85 11 MAR 1930 L 22
Hobson Elizabeth 86 11 MAR 1931 L 4
Hobson Eliza Ann 80 3 MAR 1934 E 26
Hobson Joe 80 2 MAY 1936 L 78
Hobson John 84 17 NOV 1938 B 46
Hobson Nelly 59 14 JUN 1939 ?
Hobson Fred 69 24 DEC 1941 F 12
Hobson Emma 87 20 JUL 1942 B 46
Hobson Louie 55 1 SEP 1942 L 4
Hobson Enos Dutton Charles Henry 81 24 APR 1950 ?
Hobson Blanche 56 1 MAR 1950 L 79
Hobson Harry 80 15 FEB 1954 ?
Hobson Agnes 82 5 JUL 1956 F 12
Hobson John Alfred 84 8 DEC 1965 ?
Hobson Wimpenny 80 15 AUG 1966 L 79
Hobson Lottie 93 10 JAN 1989 B 22
Hobson John Otherwise George Turner 68 7 FEB 1921 C 9
Hodges Henry 44 8 MAY 1882 R 56 WH
Hodgson Harry INFANT 11 MAY 1926 M 44
Hodgson Richard 53 11 FEB 1943 M 44
Hodgson Beatrice 66 7 MAR 1959 M 44
Hoe Sarah 75 30 JAN 1941 S 25 EV
Holden Frances 82 22 DEC 1883 R 9 WH
Holdison Robert 42 4 APR 1885 R ? WH
Holdsworth Mathew 68 26 SEP 1898 D 32 WH
Holland Jethro 46 19 FEB 1915 N 75 WH
Hollingworth Allen 77 30 JAN 1881 Q 41 WH
Hollingworth Joseph 51 17 JUL 1885 R ? WH
Hollingworth Allen 73 3 MAY 1892 ? WH
Hollingworth Benjamin 70 9 OCT 1896 N 31
Holmes Robert 62 30 OCT 1896 S 37 WH
Holmes Betty 68 24 OCT 1899 O 72 WH
Holmes William 61 7 FEB 1925 R 12 DH
Holroyd Hannah 69 20 MAY 1891 S 40 WH
Holroyd Sarah Ann 76 14 FEB 1905 O 4 WH
Holroyd Emon 64 5 MAR 1918 S 48 WH
Holroyd Edwin 80 8 APR 1927 R 13 DH
Holroyd Sam 82 4 OCT 1930 N 93 DH
Holt Robert 79 4 MAR 1941 S 19 EV
Holt Jane 90 15 MAY 1942 L 51 EV
Holt Clarence 47 17 AUG 1945 M 30
Holt George William 86 12 JAN 1945 N 38 EV
Hope John 66 9 JUN 1918 S 41 WH
Horn Ivan Leslie 73 12 JUL 1984 P 28
Horn Hilda May 84 4 AUG 1997 P 28
Horn Muriel May 2 5 FEB 1935 P 28
Horncastle James Henry 34 6 DEC 1892 E 19
Horncastle Mary 62 13 MAR 1926 OLD GROUND
Horncastle Ann 71 25 SEP 1928 E 19
Horncastle Harry 46 7 JUN 1934 OLD GROUND
Horncastle Mary Ann 56 13 NOV 1941 E 19
Horsefall James 58 25 NOV 1880 Q 41 WH
Horseman Maggie 67 2 NOV 1951 OLD GROUND
Hough Thomas 49 29 JAN 1918 N 34 WH
Houghton Lizzie Maria 66 1 APR 1939 B 28
Howard Thomas 64 27 APR 1883 R 26 WH
Howard William 66 24 DEC 1886 R ? WH
Howard Alice 46 9 DEC 1893 L 14
Howard Jonathan 50 6 MAR 1897 O 21 WH
Howard Catherine 89 29 JUL 1941 R 51A EV
Howell Rose 80 17 MAR 1944 N 37 EV
Howley John 72 23 MAR 1918 S 57 WH
Hoyle Martin 42 22 OCT 1876 N 41
Hoyle Martin 42 22 OCT 1876 N 41
Hoyle Sarah Ellen 3 WKS 6 NOV 1881 D 27
Hoyle Joe 61 25 MAR 1885 C 18
Hoyle Percy 11 18 DEC 1889 C 2
Hoyle Charlotte 68 13 JUL 1890 C 18
Hoyle Hervine 18 3 SEP 1898 C 21
Hoyle Albert 29 16 FEB 1901 D 27
Hoyle Ann 63 22 JUN 1901 L 77 WH
Hoyle James 50 6 JUN 1902 O 74
Hoyle Annie 30 28 AUG 1903 E 41
Hoyle Ellen Ann 54 20 APR 1904 D 27
Hoyle Martin 37 9 DEC 1911 D 30
Hoyle Ben 77 24 JUN 1924 D 27
Hoyle Herbert 23 15 DEC 1925 D 30
Hoyle Charles Albert 62 13 MAR 1934 E 41
Hoyle Elizabeth 85 8 JAN 1943 D 27
Hoyle Allison Rennie 66 22 AUG 1958 G 62
Hubbard James 77 12 FEB 1945 N 38 EV
Hubbard John William 78 7 JAN 1966 I 43
Hudson John Henry 42 10 1902 C 46
Hudson Mary 84 30 DEC 1906 F 37
Hudson John 83 24 JUN 1907 E 37
Hudson Ann 66 16 FEB 1927 C 46
Hudson William Buckley 69 1 MAR 1933 F 37
Hudson Alice 79 29 DEC 1944 ?
Hudson Harry Edward 82 1 NOV 1945 N 58 EV
Hudson Harry 58 8 JUN 1946 ?
Hughes Evan 45 2 JUN 1924 M 13
Hughes Hugh 89 20 MAR 1941 S 19 EV
Hughes Elizabeth 85 5 DEC 1944 N 38 EV
Hughes Elizabeth 76 20 FEB 1951 M 13
Hughes David William 81 4 JAN 1986 M 13
Humby Harriet 88 11 MAR 1942 R 1A EV
Humphries Anne Elizabeth 66 7 FEB 1945 N 38 EV
Hunt John 70 21 OCT 1890 S 25 WH
Hunt Harry Thomas 77 8 JUN 1943 N 4 EV
Huntley Robert 79 29 APR 1919 S 2 WH
Hyde Amy 69 29 MAR 1982 G 53
Hyde James Pilip 71 27 JUL 1983 G 53
Hynes Harry 43 20 JUL 1895 D 25 WH
Ibbotson George 82 JAN 6 1888 R ? WH
Illingworth Florence 5 MTHS 5 SEP 1886 C 3
Ince Jane 53 8 JUN 1883 R 20 WH
Ince Lavinia Ann 83 10 AUG 1943 N 7 EV
Ingle Margaret 75 9 MAR 1942 N 9
Ingle William Forest 93 7 NOV 1951 N 9
Iredale Abel 45 19 MAR 1880 R 1 WH
Jackson Miles 78 27 MAR 1882 Q 36 WH
Jackson Margaret 82 25 APR 1899 F 59 & 51
Jackson Margaret Ann 40 8 JUN 1901 F 51
Jackson John 88 15 JAN 1903 F 51
Jackson Lydia 66 26 FEB 1907 D 21
Jackson Ann 53 26 FEB 1908 F 59
Jackson Henry 63 13 JAN 1911 O 85 WH
Jackson William 60 27 MAR 1917 N 25 WH
Jackson Margaret 49 22 JUN 1920 S 3 WH
Jackson James Tunstall 73 9 MAY 1927 F 59
Jackson Geoffrey Roland 4 HRS 21 MAR 1944 OLD GROUND
Jackson Sarah Wilson 92 24 MAR 1944 G 11
Jackson Hubert 44 1 DEC 1955 N 2
Jaggar Paul 30 24 NOV 1981 G 73
Jagger Abraham 45 4 AUG 1879 D 19
Jagger Abraham 45 4 AUG 1879 D 19
Jagger Rockley 46 16 MAR 1884 D 19
Jagger Alice 54 26 MAR 1887 D 19
Jagger Joseph 71 20 FEB 1896 S 30 WH
Jagger Joseph 82 2 JAN 1917 N 35 WH
Jagger Charles Arnold 73 19 MAR 1947 N 68 EV
Jefferis John 84 7 JUL 1889 C 51
Jenkinson Amanda 63 1 APR 1899 O 61 WH
Jennings Sarah 57 18 JAN 1915 N 75 WH
Jennings Susan Elizabeth 41 27 JAN 1977 M 27
Jessop Martha Ann 13 16 JUN 1908 M 17
Jessop Albert 57 2 APR 1909 O 3 WH
Jessop Allen 81 9 MAY 1930 N 93 DH
Johnson William 76 6 DEC 1882 R 44 WH
Johnson George 40 20 MAY 1935 L 49
Johnson Audrey 27 16 MAY 1950 L 49
Johnson Beatrice 69 5 APR 1957 L 49
Jones Harry 35 12 JAN 1897 O1 WH
Jones Richard 53 18 OCT 1917 N 5 WH
Jones Mary A 81 2 APR 1941 S 13 EV
Jones Emily 82 25 FEB 1941 S 25 EV
Jones Alice 51 31 MAR 1956 H 32
Jones Charles Stuart 35 4 1974 I 13
Jones Gwynneth 71 4 NOV 1974 M 13
Jones Eric 66 13 JUN 1977 I 13
Josephs James 42 31 MAY 1887 R ? WH
Joyce Thomas 62 26 MAR 1889 R ? WH
Joynson Colin 4 MTHS 7 MAR 1939 OLD GROUND
Joynson Harry 60 14 AUG 1941 M 99
Kallender Jane Matilda 78 27 MAR 1942 R 1A EV
Kaye Thomas 55 17 JAN 1876 R 46 WH
Kaye Thomas 55 17 JAN 1876 R 46
Kaye Joseph 72 14 MAR 1882 R 56 WH
Kaye Elizabeth 54 3 DEC 1883 R 14 WH
Kaye Richard Henry 26 15 FEB 1884 R 4 WH
Kaye Hannah 78 31 MAY 1894 D 62 WH
Kaye Henry 61 26 DEC 1901 O 84 WH
Kaye Charles 65 20 JUN 1901 O 94 WH
Kaye Norman 4 1 FEB 1908 C 3
Kaye Frank 7 17 MAY 1910 C 3
Kaye Edith 29 27 NOV 1918 M 15
Kaye Ethel Annie 10 18 OCT 1919 F 27
Kaye Josiah 75 21 MAY 1927 N 6 DH
Kaye Charlotte 69 31 JAN 1933 M 88
Kaye Job 73 8 MAY 1935 M 88
Kaye ? 52 5 JAN 1938 F 27
Kaye Ben Allen 62 29 MAR 1939 L 19
Kaye Mary L 65 27 NOV 1948 G 41
Kaye Alice Helen 72 5 MAY 1950 L 19
Kaye Ernest 70 16 FEB 1955 G 41
Kaye Charles David 2 MTHS 11 JUL 1955 UNDER THE TREE
Kaye Muriel Sylvia 57 26 MAR 1986 OLD GROUND
Kaye Harold 77 22 JAN 1990 OLD GROUND
Kelly Julia 83 29 SEP 1891 N 81 WH
Kelly Ellen 57 23 APR 1894 N 92 WH
Kelso Dale Robin 19 14 SEP 1982 G 23
Kennedy Michael 62 8 JAN 1915 N 75 WH
Kennedy Alice 77 23 APR 1982 G 43
Kennerley Olive Elise 14 MTHS 30 AUG 1899 B 27
Kennerley Mary Emily 34 28 DEC 1904 B 27
Kenny Ellen 86 19 APR 1886 R ? WH
Kenny John 65 14 APR 1900 O 93 WH
Kenny John 82 27 JUL 1944 N 47 EV
Kenstrew Ann 85 6 MAR 1888 R ? WH
Kenyon Emmeline 1 13 NOV 1880 D 20
Kenyon Joe 44 16 JUN 1895 B 43
Kenyon Seth 29 27 JUL 1901 C 52
Kenyon Tedbar 5 10 MAR 1901 E 61
Kenyon Ada 40 27 APR 1910 VAULT
Kenyon Annie INFANT 9 JUN 1921 R 48
Kenyon Fred 75 1 NOV 1927 E 61
Kenyon Tom 51 25 NOV 1931 M 68
Kenyon Ann 71 18 APR 1932 OLD GROUND
Kenyon Martha Hannah 68 2 JUN 1933 OLD GROUND
Kenyon Elizabeth 85 18 AUG 1937 B 43
Kenyon Emma 84 5 FEB 1938 E 61
Kenyon Alice 78 21 MAR 1958 M 68
Kerner Jane 78 4 FEB 1943 Q 41A EV
Kerryon Mary Ann 14 29 APR 1888 B 43
Kilburn Ben 76 7 JUL 1899 0 82 WH
Kilby Arthur 84 13 JAN 1941 S 33 EV
Kilby Lizzy 79 13 APR 1942 R 11A EV
Kilner Grace 44 16 MAY 1919 S 2 WH
Kilner William Henry 59 8 OCT 1919 R 54 WH
Kilner Betty 64 6 SEP 1997 H 44
Kinder Alice 77 1 SEP 1926 R 3 DH
King Mary Hannah 62 17 MAR 1927 R 13 DH
King William 89 29 OCT 1941 R 40A EV
King Frederick 54 OCT #VALUE! 1941 R 40A EV
Kiplin John 71 17 MAY 1894 D 48
Kippling Lucy 8 MTHS 11 FEB 1897 D 48
Kirwin George 65 26 SEP 1945 M 40
Knatton William 73 29 SEP 1886 C 48
Knock Charles Frederick 87 9 FEB 1943 N 13 EV
Knutton Hannah 72 15 APR 1893 ?
Krall William 63 30 AUG 1887 R ? WH
Krska Karel 59 28 SEP 1983 G 54
Laing Sarah 88 6 APR 1954
Lambert Elizabeth 95 29 JUN 1945 N 48 EV
Lancaster Jabez 1 4 MAR 1883 D 15
Lancaster Tom 9 MTHS 6 DEC 1891 D 15
Lancaster John 44 13 APR 1900 D 15
Lancaster Joe 65 18 JUL 1914 ?
Lancaster Charles Hollingworth 62 24 DEC 1934 L 59
Lancaster James 83 6 MAR 1935 OLD GROUND
Lancaster Clara ? 14 JUL 1937 D 15
Lancaster William Whiteley 65 2 JAN 1939 OLD GROUND
Lancaster Annie 80 13 JAN 1950 D 15
Lancaster Emley Ann 88 25 FEB 1959 L 59
Lancaster Florence 93 24 DEC 1975 OLD GROUND
Langley Hannah 31 11 MAY 1877 R 53 WH
Langley Hannah 31 11 MAY 1877 R 53
Langrick Florence 75 20 MAR 1957 I 21
Lattimore Anne M 85 12 MAR 1941 S 19 EV
Lawrence Thomas 77 30 APR 1903 E 34
Lawrence Mary 74 1 JUN 1907 E 34
Lawrence Annie C 42 3 OCT 1907 N 64 WH
Lawton Sam 65 16 MAR 1927 R 13 DH
Leather William 75 11 JAN 1888 R ? WH
Leather Adam 61 7 AUG 1908 N 44 WH
Lee David Dyson 76 25 MAY 1876 L 16
Lee David Dyson 76 25 MAY 1876 L 16
Lee Sarah Ann 78 12 AUG 1877 L 16
Lee Sarah Ann 78 12 AUG 1877 L 16
Lee Ruth 79 4 OCT 1882 R 50 WH
Lee Ellen 38 24 FEB 1883 R 32 WH
Lee Ann 71 19 DEC 1896 L 16
Lee Ephraim 73 11 APR 1914 N 95 WH
Lee Richard 9 MTHS 18 NOV 1959 H 82
Lefevre James 75 24 JUN 1891 S 40 WH
Lemon John 85 22 JUL 1884 Q 49 WH
Leonard Ann 83 13 JAN 1892 D 7 WH
Lewis Harriet 74 14 MAY 1918 S 57 WH
Lewis Beatrice INFANT 24 JAN 1927 R 3
Liese Mary Ann 98 24 FEB 1943 N 13 EV
Lindley Joe 1 26 JUN 1878 N21
Lindley Joe 1 26 JUN 1878 N21
Lindley Hannah 43 22 OCT 1878 D 37
Lindley Hannah 43 22 OCT 1878 D 37
Lindley Emma 4 13 DEC 1879 D 37
Lindley Emma 4 13 DEC 1879 D 37
Lindley Joseph 53 11 APR 1881 L 24
Lindley Richard 60 5 NOV 1881 L 34
Lindley Harry 3 21 NOV 1883 N 21
Lindley Willie 5 13 JUL 1884 N 21
Lindley Allen 2 15 JUL 1884 N 21
Lindley Benjamin 68 3 JUN 1902 D 37
Lindley Emma 20 30 JUL 1905 L 24
Lindley John 54 24 FEB 1909 L 24
Lindley Annie 63 28 JUN 1920 L 24
Line Mary Jane 76 25 NOV 1943 N 17 EV
Linney Margaret 90 1 MAR 1890 O 11 WH
Lister Benjamin 75 28 APR 1885 R ? WH
Lister Bridget 69 9 JUN 1890 S 39 WH
Lister Edgar 38 18 OCT 1923 R 18 WH
Little Susan 53 14 NOV 1914 N 85 WH
Littlestone Richard 81 24 DEC 1943 N 27 EV
Littlewood John 59 5 SEP 1879 R 11 WH
Littlewood John 59 5 SEP 1879 R 11
Littlewood Henry 66 10 SEP 1883 R 14 WH
Littlewood Henry 57 31 OCT 1884 R 56 WH
Littlewood Doctor 71 8 MAR 1909 N 44 WH
Littlewood Anne Maria 72 3 1926 Q 47 DH
Littlewood Emma 72 19 APR 1954 G 72
Littlewood Marjorie Joan 65 13 AUG 1975 G 72
Liversedge Sarah 53 12 FEB 1890 O 11 WH
Liversidge Mary Ellen 79 26 MAR 1928 N 6 DH
Lockwood Alice 66 4 OCT 1887 R ? WH
Lockwood Luke 78 7 MAY 1891 S 47 WH
Lockwood James 74 13 DEC 1898 0 61 WH
Lockwood Charles 79 23 DEC 1912 O 35 WH
Lockwood Eric 13 MTHS 12 SEP 1915 L 95
Lockwood James 65 13 APR 1926 ? DH
Lockwood Jane Elizabeth 77 16 JAN 1935 E 62
Lockwood Mary Emma 63 21 OCT 1950 L 95
Lockwood Ben 73 1 JUN 1961 L 95
Lockwood Renee 61 26 APR 1975 L 95
Lockwood Debra Chantelle 16 27 JUL 1989 G 84
Lockwood Mary 74 4 APR 1991 L 95
Lodge Sarah 80 8 FEB 1884 R 9 WH
Lodge Fanny 80 9 JUN 1887 R ? WH
Lodge Betty 82 7 MAR 1888 L 76 WH
Lodge Joseph 88 10 JUL 1891 L 66 WH
Lodge Mary 81 28 MAR 1903 O 54 WH
Lodge Mary 68 30 APR 1929 L 71 DH
Lodge Annie 52 23 SEP 1938 M 39
Lodge Joseph 62 19 DEC 1953 ?
Lofthouse Benjamin 61 31 DEC 1929 N 93 WH
Lomax John 69 22 MAY 1886 R ? WH
Longbottom Leah 82 25 MAR 1891 S 47 WH
Lord Mary Ann 49 2 NOV 1897 L 75
Lord James 51 10 DEC 1900 L 73
Lorriman William 70 3 JUL 1936 P 22 DH
Louise Emma 86 25 FEB 1946 N 58 EV
Lynch Arden 59 1 JUN 1926 Q 47 DH
Lynch Maria Emily 73 2 JUL 1943 N 7 EV
Machin Brinley 59 2 MAY 1947 N 68 EV
Macinnes Phoebe Ann 77 7 JAN 1901 O 94 WH
Macintosh Janet 85 13 AUG 1955 H 81
Mahoney John 78 25 MAY 1877 R 53 WH
Mahoney John 78 25 MAY 1877 R 53
Mallalieu Jane 81 1 FEB 1900 O 62 WH
Mallinson John 33 24 MAY 1879 R 17 WH
Mallinson John 33 24 MAY 1879 R 17
Mallinson Blanch 15 MTHS 16 MAR 1888 D 4
Mallinson Beatrice 6 MTHS 14 AUG 1889 D 4
Mallinson Mary Ethel 3 MTHS 8 MAR 1890 D 37
Mallinson John 86 2 FEB 1893 C 42 WH
Mallinson Edith 2 17 DEC 1895 B 26
Mallinson Gertrude 5 29 DEC 1895 B 26
Mallinson Mary Ann 58 7 JUN 1895 B 28
Mallinson Ramsden 52 26 JAN 1896 F 2
Mallinson John 11 MTHS 1 MAY 1896 L 34
Mallinson Ronald Mallinson 3 MTHS 27 SEP 1899 F 2
Mallinson Florence Winifred 16 25 JUN 1905 F 30
Mallinson Jonas 69 27 MAR 1906 B 28
Mallinson Hugh 52 27 NOV 1907 L 34
Mallinson Hannah 66 25 NOV 1912 F 26
Mallinson James 68 2 JAN 1924 R 18 WH
Mallinson George Hubert 61 8 NOV 1924 F 30
Mallinson Emma 60 5 DEC 1929 F 30
Mallinson Mary 64 28 MAR 1929 B 28
Mallinson Mary Elizabeth 68 24 MAR 1930 L 34
Mallinson Leslie INFANT 9 MAR 1935 OLD GROUND
Mallinson John Henry 66 1 SEP 1938 M 29
Mallinson Alfred 75 24 MAY 1940 L 50
Mallinson James Henry 73 27 JUN 1942 E 2
Mallinson James 64 7 MAR 1942 L 60
Mallinson John 76 15 DEC 1943 L100
Mallinson Ellen 61 14 OCT 1944 ?
Mallinson Ellen 80 31 MAY 1946 L 50
Mallinson Sarah Ellen 76 3 MAR 1948 M 29
Mallinson Alexandra Victoria 78 24 AUG 1949 L 100
Mallinson Mary Alice 68 14 MAR 1950 L 60
Mallinson Mary Hannah 90 20 FEB 1951 F 30
Mallinson Harry 78 14 JUN 1954 G 92
Mallinson Ellen Ann 83 15 MAY 1956 F 2
Mallinson Emmelina 76 29 JUN 1977 L 50
Mallinson Walter 76 1 AUG 1983 G 34
Mallinson Beatrice 91 26 MAY 1989 L 50
Mallinson Marion 83 6 MAR 1992 G 34
Mannion Ann 74 10 JUN 1929 N 93 DH
Marsden William 63 28 SEP 1891 C 32
Marsden Joe 23 31 MAR 1892 C 32
Marsden Mary 83 29 OCT 1903 O 34 WH
Marsden Catherine Ann 77 21 APR 1908 C 32 WH
Marsden George 61 6 MAR 1909 O 13 WH
Marsden Greaves 42 16 MAR 1917 N 25 WH
Marsden George Henry 53 15 JUN 1925 M 37
Marsden Frank 80 3 SEP 1941 R 46A EV
Marsden Rhoda Mary 74 14 MAR 1944 N 37 EV
Marsden Alice Ann 82 28 APR 1956 C 13
Marsden Gertrude 82 30 NOV 1959 L 74
Marsh John William 67 31 JUL 1925 R 7 DH
Marshall Sarah 25 4 DEC 1877 R 41 WH
Marshall Sarah 25 4 DEC 1877 R 41
Marshall Eleanor 68 26 AUG 1925 M 26
Marshall David 73 28 NOV 1931 M 26
Marshall Harold 60 15 NOV 1952 H 61
Marshall Thomas 59 24 DEC 1953 ?
Marshall Doris 66 7 JAN 1963 H 61
Marshill Margaret 71 14 SEP 1887 R ? WH
Martin William 46 23 JAN 1895 N 61 WH
Martin Alice 69 20 JUL 1944 N 47 EV
Master Ann Harriot 84 2 FEB 1945 N 38 EV
Mate Alice 80 30 JUN 1909 O 3 WH
Matthewman Ellen 38 25 SEP 1879 R 6 WH
Matthewman Ellen 38 25 SEP 1879 R 6
Matthews Joe 66 29 AUG 1918 S 34 WH
Matthews Richard 58 14 MAY 1920 S 3 WH
Matthews Sarah Jane 76 23 JAN 1931 O 23 DH
Maude James 78 15 NOV 1923 R 18 WH
Mcardley Edward 60 11 NOV 1882 R 44 WH
Mccarthy Elizabeth 64 17 MAR 1909 O 3 WH
Mcclarnon Francis Nelson 22 26 AUG 1911 ?
Mcgarth Catherine 53 1 MAY 1886 R ? WH
Mcgrail Eleanor 75 22 SEP 1944 N 47 EV
Mcgregor Alexander 63 2 JAN 1914 N 95 WH
Mchugh William Henry 30 1 OCT 1917 M6
Mckintry Hugh 87 27 NOV 1943 N 17 EV
Mckowan John 71 9 AUG 1918 S 34 WH
Mcnamara John 61 3 DEC 1917 N 5 WH
Mcque Ada Lockwood 64 3 SEP 1951 ?
Mcque Harry 66 5 APR 1952 ?
Mear Hilda 27 29 APR 1933 P 4
Meek David 55 13 JUN 1891 S 40 WH
Meekin Elizabeth 69 27 SEP 1888 R ? WH
Mellor Edwin 41 13 MAY 1876 ?
Mellor Edwin 41 13 MAY 1876 ?
Mellor Thomas 71 20 AUG 1878 L 31 32 24 25
Mellor Thomas 71 20 AUG 1878 L 31 32 24 25
Mellor John 57 1 MAY 1878 R 35 WH
Mellor John 57 1 MAY 1878 R 35
Mellor Eliza 72 22 JAN 1884 ?
Mellor William 64 7 APR 1888 R ? WH
Mellor John 60 14 MAR 1888 R ? WH
Mellor Jane 53 20 OCT 1888 ?
Mellor Robert 59 8 FEB 1894 L 18
Mellor Mary Elizabeth 52 19 MAR 1894 L 28
Mellor Abraham 84 21 MAR 1894 L 28
Mellor Albert 33 18 NOV 1896 L 38
Mellor George 69 10 APR 1899 O 92 WH
Mellor Elizabeth 76 27 AUG 1901 O 84 WH
Mellor Mary Jane 62 17 AUG 1902 F 24
Mellor Elizabeth 90 13 APR 1904 L 28
Mellor Mary 67 24 JUL 1905 N 94 WH
Mellor Alice Charlotte Frances 63 16 APR 1909 L 18
Mellor Abraham 64 6 APR 1910 L 8
Mellor Mary Amelia 53 1 FEB 1911 L 38
Mellor Judith Ellen 80 3 NOV 1916 ?
Mellor Grace 81 28 JUN 1919 S 2 WH
Mellor Susan 70 26 JUL 1920 S 9 WH
Mellor William Henry 82 23 NOV 1928 O 2 DH
Mellor Harry 64 22 MAR 1929 OLD GROUND
Mellor Alice Harriet 91 21 MAY 1935 L 85
Mellor Annie Elizabeth 77 26 JUL 1939 OLD GROUND
Mellor Louisa Ann 84 19 MAY 1939 OLD GROUND
Merrigan Emily Francis ? 27 FEB 1941 S 19 EV
Merrigan Charles James 82 17 AUG 1943 S 19
Mettrick Harriet 70 17 NOV 1909 N 41 WH
Micklethwaite Harry 76 5 FEB 1949 G 11
Micklethwaite Annie 78 4 SEP 1958 G 61
Middleton Walter 61 11 DEC 1886 C 1
Middleton Ann 71 7 MAY 1891 C 1
Middleton John Bothroyd 39 19 JUN 1897 C 1
Middleton Walter 60 29 JUN 1922 F 47
Middleton Hannah 73 5 APR 1932 F 47
Middleton Catherine 79 11 FEB 1960 F 48
Middleton Charlotte Ann 88 2 MAR 1971 OLD GROUND
Miles Mark 71 29 APR 1941 S 7 EV
Milne David 72 31 MAR 1883 R 26 WH
Mitchell Elizabeth 56 26 JUL 1902 E 27
Mitchell Lydia 73 2 MAY 1914 VAULT
Mitchell Mary Ann 79 5 SEP 1923 E 27
Mitchell Richard 81 13 APR 1925 OLD GROUND
Mitchell Ellen Elizabeth 74 16 NOV 1940 OLD GROUND
Mitchell Elizabeth 83 28 MAR 1941 S 13 EV
Monaghan Joan Sylvia 74 26 JUL 1995 H 2
Monks Elizabeth 68 10 FEB 1942 R 16A EV
Mooney Kate 6 HRS 12 JAN 1897 0 1 WH
Moor John 64 31 AUG 1900 O 93 WH
Moorhouse John 66 30 DEC 1880 Q 41 WH
Moorhouse Ann 58 16 JAN 1880 M 91
Moorhouse Ann 58 16 JAN 1880 M 91
Moorhouse George Henry 7 WKS 15 AUG 1882 M 91
Moorhouse Hugh 62 23 DEC 1884 R ? WH
Moorhouse George Albert 10 MTHS 22 SEP 1889 L 31
Moorhouse Walter 32 8 APR 1890 S 46 WH
Moorhouse George 41 12 APR 1893 D 14 WH
Moorhouse Samuel 63 30 NOV 1896 N 31 WH
Moorhouse George 74 21 DEC 1909 N 92 WH
Moorhouse Annie 69 4 JUN 1918 S 41 WH
Moorhouse Mary 66 6 AUG 1921 L 94
Moorhouse John 71 27 NOV 1924 L 94
Moorhouse Betty INFANT 16 NOV 1929 OLD GROUND
Moorhouse Arthur 47 30 MAY 1931 M 58
Moorhouse John 65 6 DEC 1933 L 31
Moorhouse Ben 47 12 DEC 1939 L 94
Moorhouse Clara Ellen 75 27 MAR 1941 L 31
Moorhouse Joshua 42 8 MAR 1943 N 39
Moorhouse Harriet 69 30 MAR 1945 N 39
Moorhouse Edith 81 8 APR 1981 N 39
Morden Mary Ann 75 22 AUG 1941 R 51A EV
Morelli Beall Dona 82 7 MAY 1974 I 3
Morley George 75 25 SEP 1906 N 41
Morris William 74 2 APR 1942 R 1A EV
Morrison Thomas 59 22 APR 1902 O 74 WH
Morrison Christiana 81 8 SEP 1914 N 85 WH
Mortinmer Mary 81 6 APR 1883 M 51
Morton Edward ? 18 JUL 1913 ?
Morton Eileen 14 MTHS 1 AUG 1916 OLD GROUND
Mosley William 68 28 DEC 1897 O 31 WH
Mosley Daniel 76 31 DEC 1909 N 82 WH
Moxon Harry 18 10 MAR 1888 D 10
Munro Caroline 56 17 JUL 1897 O 31 WH
Nanchard George 66 1 DEC 1944 N 38 EV
Neal Fanny Cecilia 83 14 NOV 1941 R 40A EV
Neaves Frederick 71 14 OCT 1942 Q 46A
Nelson Nellie 11 MTHS 20 OCT 1885 VAULT
Nelson George Edward 35 30 NOV 1887 ?
Nelson Martha Ellen 86 27 DEC 1946 ?
Nelson Ethel Noble 73 14 JUL 1960 ?
Netherwood Ann 67 18 JUN 1889 R ? WH
Netherwood Joseph 70 18 NOV 1890 S 25 WH
Newell Jessi 78 14 OCT 1914 C 14
Newsome William 62 3 DEC 1930 N 93 DH
Newton Thomas Henry 8 MTHS 29 DEC 1906 ?
Newton Thomas 90 18 MAR 1909 F 19 WH
Newton Albert 72 28 JUN 1923 R 18 WH
Nicholls Alfred James 76 3 MAR 1943 N 13 EV
Nicholson John 46 22 FEB 1884 R 4 WH
Noble Ellen 68 9 SEP 1917 N 61
Noble Joseph 68 4 FEB 1889 D 54
Noble George 88 31 JAN 1889 O 1
Noble Arthur 43 10 JUN 1891 D 61
Noble Ruth 70 1 JUL 1892 D 54
Noble James 84 15 MAY 1900 O 93 WH
Nobles Joe 42 29 JUN 1883 D 2
Norris William 85 11 AUG 1917 N 15 WH
North Benjamin 78 22 DEC 1881 Q 36 WH
North Charles 79 9 JUL 1883 R 20 WH
North James 69 12 MAR 1883 R 32 WH
North Henry 85 5 DEC 1889 O 11 WH
North Tom 41 8 APR 1904 O 24 WH
Nowell Reuben 44 22 JUN 1908 N 54 WH
Nowell Mary 83 10 FEB 1925 C 14
Nowell Edgar 15 19 JUL 1893 C 14
Nowells Lizzie 18 16 JAN 1893 C 14
O'Hara Patrick 68 13 SEP 1879 R 11 WH
O'Hara Patrick 68 13 SEP 1879 R 11
O'Hara John 73 15 FEB 1907 N 74 WH
Oldfield John 79 14 MAR 1882 R 56 WH
Oldfield George 81 6 SEP 1884 R 56 WH
Oldfield John 82 9 OCT 1893 ? WH
Oldfield William 83 22 JAN 1900 E 33 WH
Oldfield Mary Ann 63 18 JUN 1901 L 86 WH
Oldfield Alfred 80 26 APR 1913 O 15 WH
Oldfield Alice 69 5 DEC 1931 D 16
Oldham William 38 21 AUG 1878 R 29 WH
Oldham William 38 21 AUG 1878 R 29
Osborne Fredrick William 74 30 MAY 1941 S 1 EV
Palmer Henry 65 19 SEP 1885 R ? WH
Palmer Alfred Hubert 87 16 MAR 1943 M 94 EV
Parfitt Annie Elizabeth 71 24 FEB 1944 N 37 EV
Parker Elizabeth 56 23 JUL 1913 O 15 WH
Parker Clara 75 25 OCT 1944 N 47 EV
Parker Martha 87 3 AUG 1945 N 58 EV
Parkin James 52 26 SEP 1883 D 2 WH
Parkin Hannah 72 8 AUG 1884 N 51 WH
Parkin Sarah 86 31 OCT 1887 R ? WH
Parkin William 80 8 APR 1903 O 54 WH
Parkin George 84 8 JUL 1927 N 6 DH
Parkin Benton 75 16 NOV 1955 I 11
Parkin Edith 82 7 JUN 1968 ?
Parmenter Charles William 84 7 APR 1943 M 94 EV
Parrington William 83 12 APR 1912 OLD GROUND
Parrington Elizabeth 89 27 SEP 1915 OLD GROUND
Pearson George 52 4 FEB 1915 N 75 WH
Peel Elizabeth 72 12 AUG 1920 S 9 WH
Perkin Mendelsspohn 62 17 FEB 1911 O 85 WH
Phillips Dominia 58 19 DEC 1884 R ? WH
Phillips Herbert E 70 22 JAN 1941 S 33 EV
Phillips James 87 23 DEC 1943 N 27 EV
Pickersgill Olive Maud 49 21 OCT 1938 P 26
Pike George Henry 1 3 APR 1879 R 17 WH
Pike George Henry 1 3 APR 1879 R 17
Pilkington Joseph 84 13 FEB 1926 OLD GROUND DH
Pitt Timothy 73 2 DEC 1880 Q 41 WH
Plant Sarah Ann 51 7 AUG 1911 OLD GROUND
Platt Joseph 47 4 DEC 1876 L 26
Platt Joseph 47 4 DEC 1876 L 26
Platt Charles Edward 4 MTHS 21 JAN 1877 L 14
Platt Charles Edward 4 MTHS 21 JAN 1877 L 14
Platt Alfred 43 10 APR 1881 L 25
Platt Emma 30 15 AUG 1891 E 58
Platt Mary Ann 66 15 MAR 1892 C 21
Platt Joseph 75 17 NOV 1892 L 14
Platt Sarah 76 10 FEB 1895 L 14
Platt Ammon 73 7 AUG 1897 C 21
Platt Harriet 67 24 JAN 1899 L 26
Platt Martha 71 1 JUN 1907 L 25
Platt Thomas 45 8 JUN 1907 N 64
Platt George 83 11 DEC 1920 ?
Platt Hannah 82 11 NOV 1921 ?
Platt Reginald 43 30 AUG 1933 E 58
Platt Lydia 71 16 DEC 1938 L 25
Platt Sarah Jane 75 21 SEP 1942 E 58
Platt Charles Alfred 80 24 APR 1948 ?
Platt Sarah 90 21 JUL 1955 H 81
Plowright George 70 18 NOV 1878 R 29 WH
Plowright George 70 18 NOV 1878 R 29
Pogson James 68 5 SEP 1891 N 81 WH
Pogson Alfred 74 26 MAR 1924 R 12 DH
Poole Thomas 81 14 NOV 1925 R 2 DH
Popplewell Elizabeth 75 4 MAR 1889 R ? WH
Porter James 35 9 DEC 1884 R ? WH
Porter Phyllis INFANT 26 SEP 1916 OLD GROUND
Porter Vera Ann 2 6 APR 1918 ?
Potton George 75 2 JUL 1904 O 14 WH
Poynett Anthony 79 27 APR 1878 R 35 WH
Poynett Anthony 79 27 APR 1878 R 35
Prager Emily 77 23 APR 1942 R 11A EV
Preston Martha 65 18 JAN 1877 L 77
Preston Martha 65 18 JAN 1877 L 77
Preston Charles 75 27 MAR 1886 L 77
Preston Eliza 74 25 JUL 1908 L 23
Preston Albert 59 7 MAY 1926 M 25
Preston Alice Ann 71 12 MAR 1940 M 25
Preston Arthur 77 17 JUL 1972 M 25
Pretty Mary 86 10 AUG 1944 ?
Price William 79 15 APR 1891 S 47 WH
Priestley Helen Louise 6 25 MAR 1985 I 3
Priestley Denzil 73 10 APR 1988 I 3
Pritchard Albert 58 21 SEP 1920 S 9 WH
Procter Albert 13 15 MAY 1879 N 1
Procter Albert 13 15 MAY 1879 N 1
Procter Jane Elizabeth 17 11 FEB 1891 N 1
Procter Mary Emma 10 23 JUL 1892 N 1
Procter Enoch 76 23 JUN 1913 N 1
Procter Ada 43 20 OCT 1920 N1
Procter Joe 39 8 MAR 1924 M 3
Procter Charles William 69 10 APR 1930 M 3
Procter Ann 91 5 JUN 1948 M 30
Proctor Hannah Maria 60 4 MAR 1902 N 1
Quarmby Joseph 68 18 FEB 1893 C 42 WH
Quarmby Joe 73 7 JAN 1914 N 95 WH
Quinn John 78 29 DEC 1916 N 35 WH
Radcliff Ellen 56 20 FEB 1912 O 45 WH
Ramsden Eliza 65 1 MAY 1923 R 24
Ratcliff Thomas 61 11 JAN 1876 R 52 WH
Ratcliff Thomas 61 11 JAN 1876 R 52
Ratcliffe Sarah 55 23 JAN 1880 R 1 WH
Ratcliffe Sarah 55 23 JAN 1880 R 1
Rawlinson John 65 17 MAY 1883 R 26 WH
Rawsden David 84 22 FEB 1887 R ? WH
Rawson Mary Ann 57 6 JUN 1878 R 29 WH
Rawson Mary Ann 57 6 JUN 1878 R 29
Rawson Ethel 1 23 FEB 1927 M 45
Rawson Eveline 16 5 AUG 1932 M 78
Ray Henry 86 1 JUL 1942 R6A EV
Read Thomas 66 27 MAR 1884 R 4 WH
Reavill Jonathan 80 4 MAY 1884 R 4 WH
Reckitts Alice 55 19 FEB 1930 L 73
Redfearn Joseph 73 12 APR 1918 S 57 WH
Redfearn Mary Louisa 50 9 MAR 1921 R 48 WH
Redfearn Caroline 70 3 MAY 1927 F 57 DH
Redshaw David 71 30 DEC 1930 N 93 DH
Regan John 60 24 JUL 1912 O 35 WH
Reynolds Francis 81 16 SEP 1942 OLD GROUND
Rhodes James 69 3 SEP 1925 R 7 DH
Rhodes Miriam 55 30 JAN 1936 P 18 DH
Richards Harry 87 23 DEC 1943 N 27 EV
Richmond Ann 75 19 APR 1917 F 20
Ricketts Martha 9 2 APR 1887 L 77
Ricketts Clara 20 14 JUL 1888 M7
Ricketts Jane 44 3 FEB 1892 L 55
Ricketts Mary Jane 53 12 NOV 1905 L 55
Ricketts Godfrey 67 11 MAY 1913 L 55
Ricketts Norman Preston 18 6 JAN 1918 L 73
Ricketts Norman INFANT 17 NOV 1925 M 36
Ricketts Elsie 22 9 APR 1931 M 36
Ricketts Stephen Godfrey 6 1 JUL 1931 M 67
Ricketts Chas 69 16 DEC 1939 M 36
Ricketts George Henry 73 23 NOV 1948 L 73
Ricketts Mary Jane 81 6 JUN 1956 M 36
Riley Martha 49 9 OCT 1876 R 28 WH
Riley Martha 49 9 OCT 1876 R 28
Ritchie James 44 2 AUG 1945 M 20
Roberts Ann 45 21 JUL 1880 L 46
Roberts Elizabeth 37 1 DEC 1887 B 4 8
Roberts John 11 4 MAR 1889 B 48
Roberts Fenella 2 30 AUG 1890 ?
Roberts John 76 10 OCT 1890 S 25 WH
Roberts Ruth 50 28 SEP 1891 C 12
Roberts Charles 52 10 SEP 1893 B 38
Roberts Mary 65 13 AUG 1908 B 38
Roberts Ann 82 5 JUN 1915 N 65 WH
Roberts Sarah Jane 80 27 APR 1922 C 25
Roberts Ellen 56 7 AUG 1936 L 69
Roberts Maria 82 2 DEC 1943 N 17 EV
Roberts Edward 78 25 NOV 1943 N 17 EV
Roberts Joseph James Taylor 75 14 OCT 1950 ?
Roberts Herbert 68 27 DEC 1952 B 38
Robinson John 76 12 JUN 1880 D 38
Robinson Harriet 71 30 OCT 1880 D 38
Robinson John 78 3 FEB 1891 S ? WH
Robinson William 39 6 JUL 1891 D 17
Robinson John 72 19 FEB 1894 N 92 WH
Robinson John 80 11 JAN 1900 E 33 WH
Robinson John 67 8 JUN 1900 O 93 WH
Robinson Jane 21 25 DEC 1901 E 20
Robinson Hannah 69 1 MAR 1919 E 20
Robinson Joshua 66 16 OCT 1919 D 13
Robinson Mary 28 1 MAY 1920 E 20
Robinson George 76 21 MAR 1928 E 20
Robinson Eliza 78 29 AUG 1941 R 46A EV
Robinson Sarah Eliza 71 15 JAN 1947 M 80
Robinson John Thomas 71 16 JUN 1948 M 2
Robinson Emily 74 4 APR 1949 N 30
Robinson William 73 22 DEC 1959 I 2
Robinson Edith Emma 73 2 MAR 1965 I 2
Robinson George 77 31 AUG 1966 I 2
Roebuck Daniel 47 8 MAY 1889 R ? WH
Roebuck Joseph 47 7 NOV 1891 B 41
Roebuck William Edward 47 12 FEB 1895 B 41
Roebuck Arthur 18 14 JUL 1895 B 41
Roebuck William 65 8 DEC 1898 O 61 WH
Roebuck Lily 30 2 FEB 1913 OLD GROUND
Roebuck Herbert 50 6 AUG 1917 ?
Roebuck Leslie INFANT 5 MAY 1920 ?
Roebuck David 70 1 JAN 1921 F 16
Roebuck Martha Ann 82 14 JUL 1923 OLD GROUND
Roebuck Martha 68 16 JUN 1923 F 16
Roebuck Edith 51 17 MAR 1925 OLD GROUND
Roebuck Rachel 80 21 DEC 1931 B 41
Roebuck Ann 63 26 DEC 1934 M 74
Roebuck Harry 43 3 JUL 1937 L 89
Roebuck June 6 DAYS 11 JUN 1938 M 74
Roebuck Annie 66 30 MAY 1940 OLD GROUND
Roebuck Hirst ? 18 DEC 1946 M 74
Roebuck Alice 60 23 MAR 1950 ?
Roebuck Emma 81 19 MAR 1952 ?
Roebuck James Edward 6 17 SEP 1952 H 51
Roebuck James Albert 74 19 AUG 1971 F 40
Roebuck Brian Keith 19 MTHS 24 APR 1976 H 51
Roebuck John 67 7 SEP 1978 H 51
Roebuck Emma 91 17 FEB 1986 L 89
Rogers Henry 74 10 FEB 1941 S 25 EV
Rollinson Albert 7 21 MAY 1876 N 61
Rollinson Albert 7 21 MAY 1876 N 61
Rollinson Joe 39 10 JUN 1888 N 61
Rollinson Edith Alice 14 DAYS 25 NOV 1901
Rollinson Harry 4 MTHS 24 AUG 1904 ?
Rollinson Sarah Ann 63 1 JUN 1909 N 81
Rollinson George 62 8 JUN 1933 M 73
Rollinson Lucy Ann 73 3 NOV 1942 M 73
Rollinson Ida 79 29 NOV 1977 M 73
Rolph Mary 81 2 MAR 1942 R 16A EV
Rose Mary Ann 82 30 JAN 1941 S 25 EV
Rothery Joseph 71 9 MAY 1879 R 17 WH
Rothery Joseph 71 9 MAY 1879 R 17
Rowbottom Allan 58 29 JUL 1887 R ? WH
Rowbottom Sarah Ann 66 27 MAR 1902 O 84 WH
Rowley Charlotte 72 22 JAN 1886 R ? WH
Rowley John Thomas 48 29 JUN 1918 S 34 WH
Rowlinson David 79 29 MAR 1946 N 68 EV
Rusby Mary Alice 6 12 MAR 1883 D 9
Rusby Mary Ann 75 9 MAY 1892 D 9
Rusby Mary Ann 3 5 DEC 1898 D 9
Rusby Sam Stephenson 30 19 AUG 1909 ?
Rusby Ann 63 21 AUG 1918 D 9
Rusby Joseph 81 17 OCT 1932 D 9
Rusby Martha 71 26 APR 1951 ?
Russell Tom 67 10 SEP 1907 D 10
Russell Richard 63 25 FEB 1925 B 31
Russell Martha 89 15 JUN 1925 D 10
Russell Lydia Ann 73 19 MAY 1934 B 31
Russell Martha 85 28 MAR 1945
Russell Tom 68 11 MAR 1947 D 10
Russell Clara 68 2 JUN 1950 G 91
Russell Arthur 75 17 NOV 1951 G 91
Sallis James 40 16 JAN 1917 N 35 WH
Sanderson Mary Elizabeth 3 27 AUG 1880 D 32
Sanderson Agnes 6 MTHS 5 DEC 1883 D 32
Sanderson Jonathan 46 6 APR 1885 C 12
Sanderson Clara Jane 8 MTHS 21 DEC 1886 D 32
Sanderson Jane 49 7 1906 ?
Sanderson Clara 21 14 MAY 1909 N 31
Sanderson Isaac 79 11 NOV 1909 O 13 WH
Sanderson Ellen 58 11 MAR 1911 N 31 WH
Sanderson George 70 11 JUN 1915 OLD GROUND
Sanderson William Henry 56 1 JUN 1920 OLD GROUND
Sanderson Ruth Hannah 59 19 JAN 1924 OLD GROUND
Sanderson Arthur 71 26 OCT 1927 OLD GROUND
Sanderson Harriet 85 8 MAY 1929 OLD GROUND
Sanderson George Henry 83 7 MAY 1931 OLD GROUND
Sanderson Herbert 3O 17 OCT 1933 P 20
Sanderson Ann 82 22 JAN 1935 OLD GROUND
Sanderson Willie 43 4 JUL 1935 P 20
Sanderson Harry Keith 27 16 NOV 1935 OLD GROUND
Sanderson Sarah 71 15 SEP 1937 P 20
Sanderson Elizabeth 70 2 JUN 1939 C 12
Sanderson Lyndia Ann 77 21 MAY 1948 N 10
Sanderson Maud 80 4 SEP 1951 OLD GROUND
Sanderson Arthur 83 13 JUL 1987 G 24
Sanderson Rachel 82 15 DEC 1989 G 24
Sandford Nathan 51 28 AUG 1929 OLD GROUND
Sandford Martha 68 5 OCT 1946 OLD GROUND
Sauer Aloys 83 29 OCT 1941 R 40A EV
Saunder Mary Emma 43 1 JUL 1939 M 84
Savage Amelia Beatrice 76 18 MAY 1945 N 48 EV
Scarfe Charlotte 79 20 JAN 1941 S 33 EV
Schofield William 38 11 NOV 1880 Q 46 WH
Schofield Robert 47 12 JAN 1882 D 21
Schofield Robert 4 WKS 1 JUL 1882 D 21
Schofield George 48 6 APR 1883 D 2
Schofield Mary 76 27 SEP 1883 R 14 WH
Schofield Henry 68 5 JAN 1885 R ? WH
Schofield Martha 72 10 APR 1886 R ? WH
Schofield Henrietta 14 MTHS 16 MAY 1886 C 8
Schofield Ann 16 7 JUN 1896 C 8
Schofield John Fredrick 49 10 DEC 1901 C 8
Schofield Harriet 36 29 NOV 1902 D 21
Schofield Mary 59 19 APR 1908 ?
Schofield Jane 72 14 NOV 1908 N 54 WH
Schofield William 79 18 JUL 1921 OLD GROUND
Schofield Jane 67 17 MAY 1923 C 8
Schofield Hazel 18 18 MAR 1947 G 3
Schofield Lilian 51 17 JUN 1948 C 8
Schofield Mary Hannah 77 19 DEC 1955 C 8
Schofield Ben 66 6 JAN 1973 G 31
Schofield Herbert 68 21 JAN 1982 G 63
Schofield Lily 76 12 NOV 1982 G 31
Scholes Harriet Ann 60 21 JUN 1929 N 93 DH
Scott Elizabeth 70 1 APR 1879 R 23 WH
Scott Elizabeth 70 1 APR 1879 R 23
Scull Melinda 84 13 APR 1942 P 2 EV
Seabrook James 74 8 DEC 1916 N 35 WH
Sears Elizabeth 87 17 DEC 1941 R 28A EV
Seccombe Emmiline 71 16 DEC 1992 G 84
Seddon Ann Eliza 30 8 JUN 1897 B 18
Seddon George Herbert 15 MTHS 19 SEP 1898 B 18
Seddon Barbara INFANT 21 JAN 1925 ?
Seddon Jeffrey INFANT 23 JAN 1925 ?
Seddon Eleanor 36 30 DEC 1930 B 18
Seddon James William 75 30 JAN 1940 B 18
Seddon Winifred 77 13 OCT 1985 F 26
Seddons Clara 85 19 JAN 1954 B 18
Sedman George 66 24 DEC 1928 O 2 DH
Sendell Sarah 92 29 SEP 1942 Q 46A EV
Senior John 69 3 FEB 1883 M 61
Senior Joe 59 18 JUN 1885 R ? WH
Senior Elizabeth Ann 23 11 AUG 1891 B 31
Senior Ben 7 MTHS 25 AUG 1891 B 31
Senior Emma 5 4 APR 1893 B 36
Senior Harry Lindley 3 9 APR 1893 B 36
Senior Frank 2 8 JAN 1896 B 36
Senior Emma 62 25 NOV 1901 L 64
Senior George 52 18 DEC 1909 B 36
Senior John 82 2 MAR 1917 L 64
Senior Charles 72 15 APR 1919 S 2 WH
Senior Jane 71 9 JUL 1929 B 36
Senior Jack 63 8 DEC 1971 L 93
Senior Emily 87 8 JAN 1994 L 93
Sergeant Harriet 88 31 MAY 1944 N 37 EV
Severn Mary Ann 81 29 NOV 1943 N 17 EV
Seymour Elizabeth 89 27 DEC 1943 N 27 EV
Sharp Ann 49 18 JUL 1882 R 50 WH
Sharp George 76 12 NOV 1886 R ? WH
Sharp Maria 89 23 DEC 1942 Q 41A EV
Shaw Mary Marina 1 11 OCT 1878 L 97
Shaw Mary Marina 1 11 OCT 1878 L 97
Shaw Thomas 78 22 NOV 1884 R ? WH
Shaw Thomas 73 10 SEP 1884 R 56 WH
Shaw Sarah 49 8 1889 R ? WH
Shaw Mary Jane 72 8 SEP 1898 O 51 WH
Shaw Eliza 77 20 JUL 1899 C 37
Shaw William Henry 44 24 NOV 1902 O 74 WH
Shaw John William 69 6 FEB 1907 M 17 WH
Shaw Ann 81 19 JAN 1909 N 44 WH
Shaw Alfred 85 11 JUL 1911 L 97
Shaw Norah 48 29 JUN 1918 S 34 WH
Shaw Fred 46 24 SEP 1919 L 83
Shaw Clemence 23 16 FEB 1920 L 83
Shaw Emma 76 10 JUL 1920 L 97
Shaw Fred 44 5 JAN 1922 R 36 WH
Shaw Emma 81 30 JAN 1925 R 12 DH
Shaw Marlene 1 23 JUN 1942 L 83
Shaw Amy Alice 73 5 JUL 1952 H 41
Shaw George 76 9 JUN 1952 H 41
Shaw Arthur 63 7 JUL `967 L 93
Sheard Ellen 79 14 OCT 1885 R ? WH
Shepherd Fred 7 MTHS 22 FEB 1886 C 19
Shepherd Clara Jane 56 13 MAY 1913 C 19
Shepherd William 61 17 JUL 1917 N 15 WH
Shepherd Ernest 3 17 JUL 1920 C 19
Shepherd Harold 10 29 JUNE 1920 C 19
Shepherd David 63 4 MAY 1922 C 19
Shingler Jessie 88 22 DEC 1954 H 81
Shore John 67 18 APR 1888 B 21
Shore Martha Ann 69 22 NOV 1905 B 26
Shore Ben 40 1 JUN 1908 E 48
Shore Benjamin 65 6 OCT 1908 OLD GROUND
Shore John 38 23 MAY 1912 L 68
Shore Elizabeth 80 19 OCT 1915 B 21
Shore Frank 4 15 APR 1917 L 68
Shore Matilda Ann 42 25 JUN 1917 L 68
Shore Fred 61 7 DEC 1918 OLD GROUND
Shore George William 22 15 DEC 1923 L 68
Shore Martin John 23 17 MAY 1923 L 68
Shore Eliza 67 26 APR 1934 E 48
Shore Amy 81 2 APR 1940 N 28
Shore Harold 60 27 MAY 1942 OLD GROUND
Shore Mary Catherine 66 2 APR 1955 E 8
Shuttleworth George Moor 67 16 SEP 1922 R 24 WH
Simpson William 73 25 AUG 1890 S 25 WH
Sinclair Jane 72 14 NOV 1898 D 32
Singleton George 75 3 DEC 1895 ? WH
Siston John 52 21 MAY 1888 R ? WH
Siswick Joseph 82 21 MAR 1900 O 62 WH
Sizer Edward 71 22 AUG 1884 R 56 WH
Slater John 67 2 MAR 1925 R 12 DH
Sleight Maria 77 13 APR 1887 R ? WH
Smith George ? 6 APR 1880 Q 46 WH
Smith Elizabeth 64 25 AUG 1890 S 25 WH
Smith Robert 76 6 SEP 1916 N 45 WH
Smith Harriet 67 30 MAY 1919 S 2 WH
Smith Sarah Ann 67 16 AUG 1932 M 53
Smith Albert Edward 63 13 MAY 1942 R 11A EV
Smith John 75 16 APR 1943 M 94 EV
Smith John Arthur 82 1 OCT 1943 N 17 EV
Smith Edith 70 25 MAY 1945 N 48 EV
Smith Blanche 74 20 JUN 1958 H 52
Snowdill Sarah 79 14 NOV 1899 O 72 WH
Snoyd Janet 74 7 MAY 1935 OLD GROUND
Sole Frederick 83 17 APR 1941 S 7 EV
Soper John 68 19 JAN 1918 N 5 WH
Sowden George 80 24 APR 1876 R 34 WH
Sowden George 80 24 APR 1876 R 34
Spellman Dennis 50 29 DEC 1898 O 61 WH
Spencer Grace 80 11 DEC 1923 R 18 WH
Spring Jack Varse 59 13 DEC 1979 H 23
Stang Glen Stefan Craig 4 MTHS 20 DEC 1989 G 94
Stangroom Walter 60 2 SEP 1982 G 33
Stangroom Kathleen 58 16 MAY 1983 G 33
Stansfield Ferza 52 21 JUL 1883 D 3
Stansfield Unbaptized 11 MTHS 18 MAR 1887 D 22
Stansfield Ethel 4 7 MAR 1893 D 22
Stansfield Caroline 55 26 MAR 1895 D 3
Stansfield Elizabeth 40 22 DEC 1900 D 22
Stansfield Edward 76 17 MAY 1912 D 3
Stansfield Agnes 71 17 DEC 1928 B 8
Stansfield Philip 70 4 NOV 1930 D 22
Stansfield Sarah Ellen 68 29 APR 1933 D 3
Starkey Tom 49 24 OCT 1902 O 74 WH
Starmer Louisa 79 16 JUL 1941 R 51A EV
Staves Sarah 73 13 FEB 1913 O 15 WH
Stead Faith 64 26 DEC 1894 N 61 WH
Stearne Archibold W 17 18 OCT 1940 F 49 EV
Stenlake Marie 72 7 APR 1942 R 1A EV
Stephens George 84 9 JUL 1943 N 7 EV
Stephenson Emma 90 22 JAN 1923 ?
Stevens William 80 21 DEC 1942 Q 46A EV
Stirling Francis D 83 7 JAN 1942 R 22A EV
Stockwell Priscilla 11 25 FEB 1886 L 56
Stockwell Hannah 58 20 DEC 1904 N 56
Stockwell Daniel 65 10 JUN 1908 I 56
Stokes Oswald INFANT 19 JUN 1918 OLD GROUND
Storey James 70 7 DEC 1888 R ? WH
Storey Thomas 78 14 APR 1892 D 20 WH
Stott John 60 11 JAN 1927 M 35
Stott Ellen 60 3 MAR 1927 M 35
Stott Sam 58 11 JUN 1929 M 28
Stott Martha Hannah 75 9 NOV 1949 M 28
Stringer John 76 10 FEB 1885 R ? WH
Stringer Julia Lavinia 76 6 NOV 1913 F 45 WH
Stringer Robert 86 8 MAY 1926 Q 47 DH
Sullivan Helena 58 6 OCT 1942 Q 46A EV
Sulton Ann 64 21 DEC 1883 R 9 WH
Sutcliffe Thomas 61 18 SEP 1884 R 56 WH
Sutcliffe James 73 25 MAY 1885 C 42 WH
Sutcliffe Abraham 68 4 MAR 1887 R ? WH
Sutton Thomas 79 2 APR 1888 R ? WH
Swain Lilian Mabel 82 23 DEC 1963 M 9
Swain Basil William John 72 16 SEP 1981 G 83
Swaine Or Swayne George Basil 57 16 AUG 1937 M 9
Swallow Ben 57 26 NOV 1879 R 6 WH
Swallow Hannah 77 7 JAN 1880 R 1 WH
Swallow Hannah 77 7 JAN 1880 R 1
Swallow Ellen Ann 50 15 AUG 1887 D 16
Swallow James William 31 7 APR 1899 D 16
Swallow Joseph 67 10 JUN 1901 D 16
Swallow William 83 11 MAR 1916 N 45 WH
Swallow Hugh 55 14 APR 1928 L 61
Swallow Alice 66 15 MAY 1942 L 61
Swallow Marian 73 29 JAN 1966 D 34
Swollow Ben 57 26 NOV 1879 R 6
Sykes Fred INFANT 13 NOV 1875 N 91
Sykes Fred INFANT 13 NOV 1875 N 91
Sykes James 66 25 MAY 1880 D 44
Sykes Fred Archer 2 19 APR 1881 D 44
Sykes Alfred 44 26 AUG 1881 C 17
Sykes James 17 2 MAR 1881 D 44
Sykes Ann 69 26 MAY 1881 L 23
Sykes John 78 12 DEC 1884 R ? WH
Sykes John Cameron 8 20 JUN 1884 C 17
Sykes Friend 78 4 AUG 1887 R ? WH
Sykes Job 76 20 SEP 1887 L 23
Sykes John 65 26 SEP 1887 R ? WH
Sykes Bertha 16 MTHS 25 FEB 1890 D 29
Sykes Tatton 35 11 JUN 1891 D 44
Sykes Charles 64 3 JAN 1893 D 8 WH
Sykes Mildred 3 15 OCT 1895 E 65
Sykes Edith 17 25 APR 1899 E 46
Sykes Mary Ann 65 3 OCT 1899 O 82 WH
Sykes Thomas 70 20 JAN 1900 O 72 WH
Sykes James Henry 53 18 OCT 1908 OLD GROUND
Sykes Martha 62 5 MAR 1909 O 13 WH
Sykes Gertrude 32 18 OCT 1909 E 47
Sykes Eliza 74 20 SEP 1911 C 17
Sykes John 71 10 FEB 1914 OLD GROUND
Sykes Fred Mallinson 65 9 JAN 1915 E 47
Sykes Alfred 69 11 JAN 1915 L 48
Sykes Erasmus 65 8 AUG 1916 N 45 WH
Sykes Joseph 84 22 FEB 1916 N 55 WH
Sykes Louisa 76 23 FEB 1918 ?
Sykes George 75 31 AUG 1921 R 36 WH
Sykes Dan 79 25 JAN 1921 N 91
Sykes Jane Elizabeth 80 24 DEC 1924 N 91
Sykes Selina 74 22 SEP 1925 E 47
Sykes Edward 81 18 MAR 1926 R 2 DH
Sykes Agnes 45 7 MAY 1927 L 58 & 48
Sykes William Isaac 62 16 FEB 1928 OLD GROUND
Sykes Tom 48 28 APR 1936 L 81
Sykes Arthur Faulding 76 27 APR 1938 E 65
Sykes Sarah Jane 85 13 MAY 1938 L 48
Sykes Martha Ellen 73 27 APR 1939 E 65
Sykes Beatric Maud 28 17 JAN 1940 P 40
Sykes Bertha Hirst 66 8 MAR 1941 L 58
Sykes Ada Ann 75 11 JAN 1946 OLD GROUND
Sykes Herbert Oswald 56 15 FEB 1947 G 21
Sykes Alfred Herman 76 2 DEC 1953 L 58
Sykes Louis 65 1 FEB 1955 I 1
Sykes Lily 66 10 SEP 1956 L 81
Sykes Fred 57 16 MAY 1959 P 24
Sykes Keith 77 15 DEC 1965 L48/58
Sykes Fred 73 19 DEC 1974 H 93
Sykes Alice 78 27 FEB 1978 P 2
Sykes Freda 82 22 FEB 1979 I 1
Sykes Emily 99 13 MAR 1990 G 21
Sykes Amy 87 5 APR 1994 H 93
Tait Stephen James 69 13 MAR 1981 G 93
Tait Freda 83 11 SEP 1996 G 93
Tame George Richard Frederick 6 16 JUN 1923 OLD GROUND
Tatley Thomas Henry 72 8 DEC 1951 H 11
Tattersale James 58 12 AUG 1890 S 32 WH
Taulcher Martha Ann 71 9 NOV 1916 N 45 WH
Taylor Isaac 56 21 APR 1876 R 34 WH
Taylor Isaac 56 21 APR 1876 R 34
Taylor John 68 30 AUG 1876 R 28 WH
Taylor John 68 30 AUG 1876 R 28
Taylor James 59 20 JAN 1877 R 22 WH
Taylor James 59 20 JAN 1877 R 22
Taylor Abraham 79 6 JUL 1886 R ? WH
Taylor George 80 6 NOV 1888 R ? WH
Taylor John 85 26 JUL 1890 S 39 WH
Taylor Eleanor 61 14 JUL 1893 E 64
Taylor George 39 14 SEP 1893 ? WH
Taylor Sarah 87 26 FEB 1898 O 41 WH
Taylor Thomas Prince 53 9 MAY 1901 F 23
Taylor Ellen Ann Nee Downing 70 8 1902 C 24
Taylor Emma 57 4 JUN 1902 F 23
Taylor Ruth 66 11 NOV 1909 O 13 WH
Taylor John Thorp 84 27 JUN 1911 E 64
Taylor William 64 3 OCT 1911 D 36
Taylor Alfred 71 24 JUN 1912 O 45 WH
Taylor Jane 77 4 JUN 1926 D 36
Taylor Arthur 39 13 JUN 1928 M 64
Taylor Joe 73 9 DEC 1930 N 93 DH
Taylor Annie 58 30 MAR 1939 D 36
Taylor Joseph William Prince 65 1 JUN 1940 L 37
Taylor Mary Hannah 84 9 SEP 1944 N 47 EV
Taylor Margaret Ann 78 6 JUN 1952 L 37
Taylor Harry 80 26 FEB 1955 D 36
Taylor Elizabeth 79 22 JUL 1966 M 64
Taylor Wilfred 78 5 JUL 1989 I 23
Tensmith William 72 11 JUN 1892 C 36 WH
Thaackray Elizabeth 86 2 OCT 1929 N 93 DH
Thewlis Charles Hartley 50 28 DEC 1915 L 88
Thewlis Alfred 72 25 NOV 1926 R 3 DH
Thomas Nancy 80 20 NOV 1915 N 55 WH
Thomas Frances Mary 85 6 AUG 1943 N 7 EV
Thompson Joe 63 23 FEB 1894 N 92 WH
Thompson Mary 73 23 FEB 1914 N 95 WH
Thompson Robert 63 25 APR 1928 F 49 DH
Thornton Thomas 78 12 JAN 1887 R ? WH
Thornton John 75 8 AUG 1896 S 37 WH
Thornton Sophia 63 8 MAR 1918 S 48 WH
Thorpe Margaret Amelia 66 21 JUN 1910 O 11 WH
Tierman Michael 57 9 JUL 1894 D 62 WH
Tiffany Emma 61 27 DEC 1911 O 55 WH
Tighe Annie 71 1 APR 1927 R 13 DH
Timerlake James 93 6 DEC 1943 N 27 EV
Tindall Hannah Dickinson 73 4 APR 1927 OLD GROUND DH
Tindall Ethel Thorpe 52 20 APR 1932 OLD GROUND
Tinker James 76 8 FEB 1907 M 17 WH
Tinker John 73 11 JAN 1912 O 55 WH
Tinker Ann Ellen 43 1 DEC 1927 M 57
Tinker Kathleen 30 15 JAN 1935 OLD GROUND
Tinker John 71 7 JUL 1945 M 57
Tinker Miles William 1 MTH 21 JUL 1966 I 23
Todd Frederick 77 5 JUN 1942 R 6A EV
Tomlinson Emma 77 24 OCT 1908 N 44 WH
Toon Ellen 84 2 MAR 1944 N 37 EV
Townend Charles Geoffrey 76 11 DEC 1996 H 34
Trennum Jane Amelia 34 2 JUL 1877 L 87
Trennum Jane Amelia 34 2 JUL 1877 L 87
Trennum Linda 41 28 JAN 1880 L 87
Trennum Linda 41 28 JAN 1880 L 87
Trennum Annie 12 10 MAY 1882 L 87
Trennum Annie Jane 3 19 AUG 1887 L 87
Trotter Robert Hale 48 13 SEP 1921 E 37
Trotter Mary Winifred 72 20 NOV 1956 E 37
Truman Jack Roy 63 26 JAN 1994 H 14
Tuffs Amelia 62 22 NOV 1943 N 17 EV
Tuner Caroline 81 12 JAN 1945 N 38 EV
Turnbull William 75 19 MAY 1885 R ? WH
Turner Jane Emily 46 1 DEC 1885 VAULT
Turner John 58 31 MAY 1888 R ? WH
Turner William 58 9 NOV 1891 D 7 WH
Turner Ann Elizabeth 71 4 AUG 1907 ?
Turner Allen 79 1 DEC 1914 OLD GROUND
Turner Thomas 78 2 DEC 1915 ?
Turner Edward Thomas 71 1 JAN 1935 ?
Turner John Herbert 70 29 MAY 1936 ?
Turner Ethel 82 4 APR 1951 ?
Turton Hannah 67 8 JUL 1880 Q 46 WH
Turton John 87 15 MAY 1903 O 54 WH
Tyas Jabez 77 17 OCT 1882 R 44 WH
Unwin Charlotte 83 22 OCT 1943 N 17 EV
Vickers Sarah Ann 73 17 JUL 1914 N 85 WH
Vowles Reuben 86 20 JAN 1942 R 22A EV
Wadsworth Mary 67 11 SEP 1900 O 93 WH
Wadsworth Ellen 70 24 NOV 1905 O 44 WH
Wadsworth John 83 30 JUN 1911 O 65 WH
Wagstaff Joseph 52 7 AUG 1896 S 37 WH
Wainwright John 78 13 MAR 1897 O 21 WH
Wainwright Caroline 71 4 MAR 1904 0 34 WH
Wainwright Sydney Marshall 65 16 FEB 1981 H 3
Waite Edward 65 22 FEB 1916 N 55 WH
Walkden Ellen 63 16 JUL 1888 R ? WH
Walker Elizabeth 87 5 JUL 1886 R ? WH
Walker Fanny 72 19 JUL 1887 L 66
Walker William 79 20 MAY 1891 D 17
Walker Joseph 43 23 DEC 1892 D 4 WH
Walker Thomas 31 21 MAR 1892 F 1
Walker John 78 6 JUL 1899 O 92 WH
Walker Charles 75 31 MAY 1904 O 24 WH
Walker Richard 64 23 MAY 1908 N 54 WH
Walker Young 45 2 NOV 1909 ?
Walker James 69 11 DEC 1916 N 35 WH
Walker Sheila 4 MTHS 7 AUG 1928 OLD GROUND
Wallace Eliza 71 17 FEB 1917 N 25 WH
Waller Alfred 74 12 SEP 1940 ? EV
Walmsley William 72 30 MAR 1933 M 63
Walmsley Agnes 71 4 FEB 1937 M 63
Ward Martha 54 1 MAY 1894 N 92 WH
Ward Henry James 56 22 DEC 1921 OLD GROUND
Ward Margaret 58 7 MAR 1940 N 18
Warwick Ada 73 19 JUN 1942 B 33
Waterhouse Thomas 49 27 JAN 1886 C 6
Watkinson James Brook 58 21 JAN 1922 F 60
Watson George 24 10 JAN 1898 O 31
Watson Charles 77 5 JAN 1906 O 44 WH
Watson Emma Jane 77 20 MAR 1943 M 94 EV
Watson Isaac Oliver 87 23 MAY 1943 N 4 EV
Watson Margaret Hannah 72 12 APR 1949 M 2
Watts Edward 84 14 JUN 1946 N 68 EV
Webster James 44 30 MAR 1887 R ? WH
Webster Mary Jane 92 1 NOV 1951 N 60
Wentworth Alfred George 70 13 AUG 1940 P 38 EV
Weselby Elizabeth S 74 1 AUG 1907 N 64 WH
West Henry 79 2 SEP 1941 R 46A EV
Weston Catherine May Frances 83 21 MAY 1942 R 6A EV
Westwick Ethel 20 DAYS 28 NOV 1891 E 5
Westwick William 47 30 JAN 1892 E 5
Westwick Annie 50 7 MAR 1896 D 48
Whitaker William 73 16 APR 1891 S 47 WH
White John Moyan 78 6 JUL 1943 N 7 EV
White John Jenkinson 79 19 FEB 1959 M 14
White Margaret 47 26 APR 1972 M 10
White Ronald Frederick William 54 30 JAN 1980 M 10
Whitebod Sarah Ann 61 31 DEC 1941 R 28A EV
Whitehead James 7 MTHS 15 OCT 1882 M 91
Whitehead Willie 11 WKS 31 JAN 1885 M 91
Whitehead Ambrose 23 MTHS 10 NOV 1887 M 91
Whitehead Joseph 56 21 JAN 1910 ?
Whitehead Lena 32 2 MAR 1922 R 36 WH
Whitehead Hannah 75 7 DEC 1925 ?
Whitehead George 73 7 MAY 1947 M 90
Whitehead Clara 79 28 FEB 1952 ?
Whiteley Charles 60 21 MAR 1883 R 32 WH
Whiteley Alice 75 29 JUN 1904 O 24 WH
Whiteley John 67 5 MAR 1906 O 44 WH
Whiteley Ann 67 7 DEC 1909 L 84
Whiteley George 70 10 SEP 1914 L 84
Whiteley Elizabeth 71 9 AUG 1915 N 65 WH
Whittaker Henry 72 25 OCT 1887 R ? WH
Whittaker Sarah 8 7 MAR 1904 ?
Whitwam Elizabeth 60 16 MAR 1916 N 45 WH
Wigglesworth Mary Jane 76 1 NOV 1948 H 40
Wigglesworth Edgar Percy 84 31 DEC 1959 H 40
Wigglesworth Mary 80 7 OCT 1987 H 40
Wigglesworth George 84 23 JAN 1989 H 40
Wilckman Henry 88 14 SEP 1942 Q 46A EV
Wilcock Rose 86 25 AUG 1886 R ? WH
Wilde Tom 65 22 AUG 1940 C 24
Wilde Sarah Ellen 81 24 NOV 1947 B 32
Wilde Alice 76 5 OCT 1983 C 24
Wilde John Arthur 88 7 JUN 1993 C 24
Wilkinson Nellie 10 MTHS 10 JAN 1886 C 26
Wilkinson John William 40 22 SEP 1891 C 26
Wilkinson Harry 47 15 MAR 1930 C 26
Wilkinson Susan 87 1 MAR 1943 N 13 EV
Wilkinson Alice Eliza 78 8 JUL 1980 H 13
Wilkinson Hubert 82 4 MAY 1983 H 13
Williams John 47 20 JAN 1887 R ? WH
Williams Joseph 72 25 NOV 1941 R 40A EV
Williams Gwen 72 15 AUG 1942 P 26
Williamson Lionel 73 17 SEP 1887 R ? WH
Williamson Mary 64 31 JAN 1902 O 84 WH
Willis Thomas 78 24 DEC 1890 S ? WH
Wilshaw Samuel 66 11 MAR 1905 O 4 WH
Wilson Alice 21 MTHS 24 DEC 1889
Wilson Benjamin 78 4 SEP 1889 E 51
Wilson John 68 8 NOV 1890 S 25 WH
Wilson John 47 20 OCT 1891 E 57
Wilson William 80 6 MAY 1893 D 14 WH
Wilson Jane Elizabeth 79 18 JUN 1896 E 51
Wilson John 69 1 FEB 1897 0 1 WH
Wilson William 78 26 JAN 1900 O 62 WH
Wilson Joseph 65 26 MAY 1913 ?
Wilson Sarah 80 7 JAN 1915 N 75 WH
Wilson Mary Elizabeth 68 18 DEC 1919 ?
Wilson John Harold 18 MTHS 31 JAN 1920 G 61
Wilson Mary Ann 86 4 MAR 1924 E 57 WH
Wilson George Wilfred 27 15 FEB 1926 F 6
Wilson Henry Harold 70 21 JUN 1949 ?
Wilson Emily 82 4 MAR 1961 ?
Wilson Fanny 83 16 MAR 1968 E 51
Wilson Iris 87 20 AUG 1997 F 65
Wimpenny John 52 25 APR 1876 L 37
Wimpenny John 52 25 APR 1876 L 37
Wimpenny Henry 56 24 APR 1877 L 12
Wimpenny Henry 56 24 APR 1877 L 12
Wimpenny John Thomas 8 MTHS 13 MAR 1877 L37
Wimpenny John Thomas 8 MTHS 13 MAR 1877 L37
Wimpenny Mary Ann 7 28 FEB 1882 C 49
Wimpenny Sam 20 11 APR 1886 L 12
Wimpenny Ethel 16 MTHS 13 OCT 1886 C 49
Wimpenny Sarah Emma 3 24 JAN 1887 L 21
Wimpenny Ethel 8 MTHS 29 SEP 1888 L 21
Wimpenny Isabella 52 17 JUN 1891 ?
Wimpenny Maggie 2 6 APR 1893 L 21
Wimpenny George 44 1 SEP 1893 B 47
Wimpenny Frank 19 MTHS 25 NOV 1895 B 49
Wimpenny Joe 46 22 NOV 1898 L 21
Wimpenny Gladys 3 WKS 30 SEP 1899 B 49
Wimpenny James 70 27 NOV 1902 O 54 WH
Wimpenny Samuel 74 11 OCT 1902 O 74 WH
Wimpenny Fred 39 19 APR 1905 B 49
Wimpenny Emma 80 5 JUN 1905 L 37
Wimpenny Mary Ann 85 2 DEC 1908 L 12 WH
Wimpenny Joseph 31 27 NOV 1910 L 21
Wimpenny Jonas 66 3 APR 1911 O 85 WH
Wimpenny Emily 32 17 MAR 1916 C 49
Wimpenny Uda ? 41 26 AUG 1921 M 4
Wimpenny Joseph 71 18 APR 1922 C 49
Wimpenny Hannah 70 12 SEP 1922 C 49
Wimpenny Emma 77 12 MAR 1928 B 47
Wimpenny George Arthur 56 5 OCT 1933 P 16
Wimpenny Betty 52 29 FEB 1936 P 16
Wimpenny Sarah 83 31 MAR 1936 L 21
Wimpenny Arthur 67 11 NOV 1939 L 40
Wimpenny Jack 33 3 JAN 1940 M 49
Wimpenny Herbert 66 10 SEP 1941 B 47
Wimpenny Mary Ann 77 25 MAR 1943 B 23
Wimpenny Henry 65 17 SEP 1943 M 49
Wimpenny Herbert 64 19 NOV 1945 M 40
Wimpenny Edith Alice 82 10 NOV 1953 L 40
Wimpenny Helena 75 21 JAN 1955 M 49
Wimpenny Mary 83 18 DEC 1962 B 47
Winch Henry 78 13 JUN 1929 N 93 DH
Winspur Emma 58 18 AUG 1884 N 51 WH
Winterbottom Samuel 82 5 JAN 1916 N 55 WH
Winterburn Lilian 73 6 MAR 1943 M 94 EV
Woffenden Kathleen Mary 76 28 JUL 1995 M 100
Woffenden William 78 19 DEC 1996 M 100
Wood Law 57 14 MAR 1882 R 56 WH
Wood Walter 18 MTHS 30 DEC 1883 C 50
Wood Joe 5 24 MAR 1886 C 50
Wood Alice 11 MTHS 4 MAY 1887 C 50
Wood George Henry 40 22 SEP 1887 C 50
Wood Selina 68 31 DEC 1888 R ? WH
Wood Joe 72 20 MAY 1889 ? WH
Wood Elizabeth 75 31 JAN 1890 O 11 WH
Wood Joseph 91 21 APR 1893 D 14 WH
Wood Jane 77 30 MAY 1895 L 76 WH
Wood James 51 15 FEB 1898 E 40
Wood Mary 64 6 JUN 1898 O 41 WH
Wood Charles 85 19 NOV 1898 O 61 WH
Wood Lily 16 4 JUL 1900 E 40
Wood Ellen 75 6 MAY 1902 O 74 WH
Wood Mary 77 16 DEC 1905 O 44 WH
Wood George 70 13 JAN 1912 O 55 WH
Wood Ben 73 10 MAY 1913 OLD GROUND
Wood Elizabeth 67 3 FEB 1915 E 40
Wood Sarah 75 19 MAR 1921 R 48 WH
Wood Charles Albert 55 16 SEP 1924 F 1
Wood Harry 55 4 MAR 1926 M 34
Wood Irvin 53 17 MAR 1927 R 13 DH
Wood Tom 53 25 JAN 1929 D 61
Wood Mary 62 5 MAR 1932 OLD GROUND
Wood Ruth Hannah 70 17 OCT 1932 F 1
Wood John William 66 14 NOV 1933 OLD GROUND
Wood Ellen 89 26 OCT 1937 M 19
Wood Elizabeth 89 7 MAY 1941 S 1 EV
Wood Mary Emmerline 72 29 OCT 1942 OLD GROUND
Wood Harry 44 27 MAR 1944 M 10
Wood Evelyn 61 18 APR 1946 M 19
Wood Mabel Ethel 53 14 MAR 1946 OLD GROUND
Wood Fred 75 29 NOV 1949 G 81
Wood Ellen 78 19 DEC 1953 M 34
Wood Sarah Hannah 84 11 MAY 1957 G 81
Wood Annie 90 4 JAN 1967 D 61
Wood Alice Sarah Jane 77 17 APR 1972 M 19
Wood Alice Annie 85 26 NOV 1981 M 10
Wood William 57 20 MAY 1878 R 35 WH
Wood William 57 20 MAY 1878 R 35
Wood Rachel 1 DAY 26 FEB 1937 OLD GROUND
Woodcock Joshua 73 14 OCT 1878 E 17
Woodcock Joshua 73 14 OCT 1878 E 17
Woodcock Joseph Crossley 44 20 MAR 1885 E 17
Woodcock Martha 72 29 MAR 1892 ?
Woodcock Elijah 47 4 OCT 1904 O 14 WH
Woodcock George 81 23 AUG 1907 N 64 WH
Woodcock Mary Jane 65 17 AUG 1911 E 16 & 17
Woodcock Ann 82 9 OCT 1911 L 44 WH
Woodhead Wright 36 18 AUG 1876 L 67
Woodhead Wright 36 18 AUG 1876 L 67
Woodhead William 36 27 FEB 1877 L 13
Woodhead William 36 27 FEB 1877 L 13
Woodhead Caroline 23 21 DEC 1878 E 20 D 55
Woodhead Caroline 23 21 DEC 1878 E 20 D 55
Woodhead Charles Herbert 8 6 SEP 1878 E 43 50
Woodhead Charles Herbert 8 6 SEP 1878 E 43 50
Woodhead Arthur 21 20 SEP 1881 D 39
Woodhead Lister 9 MTHS 17 FEB 1887 D 40
Woodhead George William 18 MTHS 12 MAY 1887 E 11
Woodhead Elizabeth 58 2 JUN 1888 D 39
Woodhead Abraham 56 26 DEC 1891 D 55
Woodhead John 52 19 NOV 1891 43 & 50
Woodhead Winifred 4 MTHS 23 APR 1892 E 11
Woodhead George 70 26 MAY 1892 E 18
Woodhead John 38 7 MAR 1893 L 43
Woodhead George 2 26 JUN 1896 B 23
Woodhead Sarah Ellen 35 30 MAY 1896 D 55
Woodhead Thomas 38 25 NOV 1896 E 11
Woodhead William 33 11 APR 1897 B 23
Woodhead Walker 60 9 FEB 1898 B 13
Woodhead Kathleen 6 MTHS 1 MAY 1899 D 40
Woodhead Benjamin 80 6 JAN 1900 D 39
Woodhead John Cookson 32 23 JAN 1900 B 13
Woodhead Charles Henry 27 9 MAY 1904 O 24 WH
Woodhead Percy 20 16 FEB 1905 D 40
Woodhead Ann 69 16 JUN 1909 E 43
Woodhead James 65 9 NOV 1910 N 41 WH
Woodhead Elizabeth 85 16 JUN 1911 E 18
Woodhead Ann 84 8 JUL 1916 D 55
Woodhead Catherine 74 8 AUG 1918 L 43
Woodhead George Barber 71 19 JUN 1918 L 7
Woodhead Mary 78 15 AUG 1925 L 13
Woodhead Phyllis 78 1 JAN 1925 B 13
Woodhead Joseph 75 3 SEP 1926 OLD GROUND
Woodhead Martha Beatrice 58 17 NOV 1931 E 50
Woodhead Albert 62 29 JUL 1933 P 12
Woodhead Martha Ann 84 12 APR 1935 OLD GROUND
Woodhead Edith Alice 58 7 NOV 1935 E 43
Woodhead Hilda 43 22 DEC 1936 D 40
Woodhead Fred 79 7 MAR 1938 D 39
Woodhead Joseph Edward 72 17 FEB 1940 E 50
Woodhead Emily 84 3 JAN 1944 D 39
Woodhead Lavinia 89 4 MAR 1944 L 7
Woodhead Norah 70 21 NOV 1949 G 71
Woodhead Edwin Crooks 91 26 DEC 1960 G 71
Woodhead John 85 15 FEB 1994 E 50
Woodhouse Emma Helena 14 27 MAR 1878 D 43
Woodhouse Emma Helena 14 27 MAR 1878 D 43
Woodhouse Amos 50 23 AUG 1879 D 13
Woodhouse Amos 50 23 AUG 1879 D 13
Woodhouse Joshua 9 19 SEP 1880 D 26
Woodhouse Jane 46 12 FEB 1883 R 38 WH
Woodhouse Jonas 64 23 FEB 1891 D 43
Woodhouse Ruth 62 15 OCT 1891 D 43
Woodhouse Joe Arthur 48 16 NOV 1898 F 16
Woodhouse Joseph 32 11 AUG 1900 O 93 WH
Woodhouse John 64 8 JAN 1901 D 26
Woodhouse Hannah Maria 54 5 SEP 1905 VAULT
Woodhouse Emma 63 27 JUL 1910 D 26 WH
Woodhouse Martha 83 18 DEC 1915 D 13
Woodhouse Edwin 74 16 JAN 1950 B 8
Woodhouse Helena 88 26 NOV 1964 B 8
Woodruffe William James 78 9 FEB 1945 N 48 EV
Woodward George 74 16 JAN 1905 O 4 WH
Woodward Henry George 57 7 APR 1943 M 94 EV
Woolaway Joseph 81 2 JAN 1942 R 22A EV
Worley Mary Matilda 56 21 APR 1922 ?
Worsley Henry 84 22 JAN 1918 N 34 WH
Worsley Albert 50 3 JUN 1925 M 23
Worsley Harriet Annie 66 30 SEP 1943 M 23
Worthington Martha 71 2 FEB 1904 O 11
Worthington George 45 15 JUL 1912 O 35 WH
Worthington George Richard 80 14 JUL 1920 S 9 WH
Wray Thomas 72 12 APR 1911 O 65 WH
Wright William Briggs 46 22 MAY 1916 F 52
Wright Violetta 61 21 FEB 1927 F 52
Wright Robert John 62 16 NOV 1944 N 38 EV
Wrigley Jane 55 19 MAR 1894 D 62 WH
Wyatt Caroline 85 6 MAR 1941 S 19 EV

1901 National Census for Netherthong : Part 1

The  1901 National Census  is the last one that was transcribed to micro-film and retained  in the Archives Section of Kirklees Public Library in Huddersfield. Under the 100 year rule, the information for the 1911 Census  is available on the Ancestry web-site.

This Census followed the standard pattern with the individual household information  being transcribed,  in cursive handwriting , onto the master forms. This meant that some of the capital letters were difficult to work out and I have had to resort to using ?? . The enumerator was also very liberal in his use of a black crayon which also on occasions obliterated key information. I have copied faithfully Christian names even though they didn’t seem right to me.

In previous censuses, the word ‘scholar ‘ was used to describe those children at school but it has not been used in this census.

Name Position Status Age Occupation Place of Birth Location
Benjamin Dyson Head married 64 Farmer Meltham Mills Moorgate Farm
Mary wife married 53 Scholes
John Henry son unm 16 Pupil teacher Netherthong
Joe son unm 14 farmer's son Netherthong
Herbert son unm 11 Netherthong
Thomas son unm 10 Netherthong
Walter Middleton Head married 39 Farmer Honley Sands
Hannah wife married 42 Wooldale
Catherine daughter unm 20 woolen mender Wooldale
Hubert son unm 18 appr. Plumber Wooldale
Mary G daughter unm 16 woolen mender Wooldale
Martha Cartwright m in law widow 79 Wooldale
Clara Cartwright niece unm 18 woolen mender Wooldale
Tom Bower Head married 72 retired Holmfirth West End
Benjamin Littlewood Head married 71 living on own resources Netherthong
Sarah wife married 63 Devon
Hannah Dyson Head widow 60 living on own resources Netherthong
Alice Dyson sister unm 56 retired grocer Netherthong
William Beaumont Head married 66 wool spinner Huddersfield
Sarah wife married 64 Linthwaite
Joseph Wilson Head married 69 farmer, rate collector Netherthong
Mary wife married 49 Holmfirth
Henry son unm 22 grocer assistant Netherthong
Florence daughter unm 19 Pupil teacher Netherthong
Fanny daughter unm 16 Pupil teacher Netherthong
Thomas son unm 10 Netherthong
Helen daughter unm 7 Netherthong
Fred Woodhead Head married 43 Tailor Netherthong
Emily wife married 41 Upperthong
Percy son unm 16 Netherthong
Charlie son unm 12 Netherthong
Marion daughter unm 9 Huddersfield
Hilda daughter unm 7 Upperthong
Doris daughter unm 5 Netherthong
Elizabeth Eastwood Head widow 64 living on own resources Netherthong
Lydia Wimpenny Head unm 34 woolen mender Netherthong
Arthur brother unm 29 warehouse manager Netherthong
Alice sister unm 19 minder Netherthong
Elizabeth Holson Head widow 64 living on own resources Netherthong
Richard Mitchell Head married 57 Gardener New Mill
Lydia wife married 60 Wooldale
Ellen daughter unm 34 Confectioner Wooldale
James J Jackson Head married 46 schoolmaster Ingrow Wilson's Square
Amanda wife married 46 Netherthong
James Hinchliffe Head married 41 overlooker Upperthong
Hannah wife married 34 Wooldale
John Jackson Head widow 86 retired schoolmaster Lancashire
Margaret daughter unm 40 Ingrow
Emma Wimpenny servant widow 76 Netherthong
Jonathan Hirst Head married 44 foreman cloth finisher New Mill
Emily wife married 46 New Mill
Mary daughter unm 16 woolen mender Netherthong
Ada daughter unm 14 woolen mender Netherthong
Florence daughter unm 12 Netherthong
Marian daughter unm 8 Netherthong
A. Woodhouse Head unm 21 cloth inker Netherthong
Charles Wood Head married 31 weaver Netherthong
Ruth wife married 38 Austonley
Fenton Walker son unm 14 cloth finisher Netherthong
Alice daughter unm 5 Netherthong
Eric son unm 3 Netherthong
Charles son unm 7months Netherthong
George Marsden Head married 29 cloth finisher Netherthong Outlane
Rhoda wife married 30 Driffield
James son unm 5 Netherthong
Horace son unm 3 Netherthong
Gertrude daughter unm 10 months Netherthong
Fred Boothroyd Head married 24 mason's labourer Holmfirth Outlane
Helena wife married 24 Netherthong
Alfred son unm 11 months Netherthong
Ann Marsden m in law widow 71 Leeds
Ben Hoyle Head married 54 wool spinner Wooldale Outlane
Ellen wife married 51 Netherthong
Alice daughter unm 24 Netherthong
Helene daughter unm 17 cloth mender Netherthong
Annie daughter unm 15 cloth mender Netherthong
Ethel daughter unm 14 Netherthong
Ellen g/d unm 5 Holmfirth
Marion g/d unm 2 Holmfirth
Frederick Hobson Head married 56 weaver Netherthong Outlane
Martha wife married 53 Netherthong
Harry son unm 29 weaver Netherthong
Mary daughter unm 16 weaver Netherthong
Irvine son unm 14 weaver Netherthong
Florence daughter unm 11 Netherthong
Eliza Sykes Head widow 61 Netherthong Outlane
Harry son unm 22 weaver Netherthong
Walker Child s in law unm 39 cloth presser Holmfirth
Hannah Child daughter unm 41 America
Harry Child g/son unm 17 Holmfirth
Tom Child g/son unm 15 weaver Netherthong
Nelly Child g/d unm 9 Netherthong
Gladys Child g/d unm 6 Netherthong
Annie Child g/d unm 3 Netherthong
Sarah Dickinson Head unm 49 weaver Netherthong Outlane
Joe Eastwood boarder unm 47 agent Netherthong
Martin Wimpenny Head married 42 cloth presser Austonley Outlane
Martha wife married 39 Netherthong
Fred son unm 9 Huddersfield
Henry father widow 81 living on own resources Hinchliffe
Joseph Bray Head married 75 Gardener Wooldale Outlane
Ellen wife married 77 New Mill
Mary daughter unm 40 wool feeder Netherthong
Sarah daughter unm 30 rag mender Netherthong
Albert g/son unm 20 ?? Wooldale
Ann g/d unm 17 spinner Wooldale
Walter g/son unm 15 piecer Wooldale
Lily g/d unm 14 Farnley Tyas
Emily g/d unm 7 Netherthong
Arthur g/son unm 6 Netherthong
Charles Hoyle Head married 29 ?? Netherthong Outlane
Annie wife married 28 Netherthong
Walter Buckley Head married 26 weaver Netherthong
Emily wife married 28 weaver Wakefield
Law father married 65 weaver Thurstonland
Mary mother married 67 Gloucester
Jonas Hobson Head married 41 weaver Netherthong Outlane
Eliza wife married 41 Holmfirth
Ethel daughter unm 12 Netherthong
Hubert son unm 10 Netherthong
William Hobson Head married 44 weaver Netherthong Outlane
Ellen wife married 42 Holmfirth
John son unm 15 wool feeder Holmfirth
Harold son unm 13 piecer Holmfirth
Albert son unm 11 Netherthong
Miriam daughter unm 9 Netherthong
Elihu Hobson Head widow 68 farmer Netherthong Outlane
Joseph son unm 44 carter Ashton under Lyne
Enos son unm 22 blacksmith Ashton under Lyne
Joseph Armitage Head married 57 Baker Netherthong Outlane
Betty wife married 54 Netherthong
Emma Brook Head widow 54 Chargeperson Netherthong Outlane
Janet Heaps daughter unm 20 Wooldale
Mary Quarmby mother widow 83 Berry Bow
Arthur Sykes Head married 39 woolen designer Holmfirth Outlane
Martha wife married 35 Oldfield
Evelyn daughter unm 17 woolen mender Oldfield
Alice daughter unm 15 woolen mender Netherthong
Beatrice daughter unm 13 Netherthong
Hubert O son unm 10 Netherthong
Arthur R son unm 7 Netherthong
Helena daughter unm 5 Netherthong
George Cockin Head married 60 wool spinner Sheepridge School House
Jane wife married 58 Berry Bow
Ada daughter unm 31 warper Lockwood
Emily daughter unm 22 mender New Mill
John Prowde Head unm 59 Clergyman Loftus Vicarage
James Short servant unm 55 housekeeper Kendal
Phyllis Woodhead Head widow 54 Thurstonland Dockhill
Alice daughter unm 22 cotton minder Netherthong
Emily daughter unm 20 weaver Netherthong
Annetta daughter unm 18 Twister Netherthong
Mary daughter unm 15 Knotter Netherthong
Jesse Newell Head married 65 ?? Shelley Outlane
Mary wife married 59 Almondbury
James Charlesuntt s in law married 26 leather strap maker Burnley
Alice " daughter married 29 Almondbury
Arthur " g/son unm 1 Netherthong
Martin Hoyle Head married 27 spinner Netherthong Outlane
Lily wife married 25 Netherthong
Ronald son unm 10 months Netherthong
George Booth Head married 54 chip potato vender Holmfirth Outlane
Ellen wife married 59 Holmfirth
Sarah daughter unm 23 Knotter Holmfirth
Ruth daughter unm 21 Knotter Holmfirth
Ada daughter unm 16 Mender Holmfirth
Albert Knitton Head married 28 finisher Honley Outlane
Mary wife married 28 Holmfirth
Harry son unm 6 months Netherthong
John Scholfield Head married 48 weaver Holmfirth Outlane
Jane wife married 46 Holmfirth
Mary daughter unm 22 weaver Holmfirth
Edith daughter unm 18 mender Netherthong
Abel son unm 13 Netherthong
Sam son unm 11 Netherthong
Lilian daughter unm 3 Netherthong
Hanson Beaumont Head married 32 spinner Holmfirth Outlane
Grace wife married 32 Nottingham
Edith daughter unm 7 Netherthong
Emma daughter unm 5 Netherthong
H.Tinker Head widow ?? ?? ?? Outlane
Bertha daughter unm 19 mender Huddersfield
Eva daughter unm 14 mender Stockport
William son unm 10 Stockport
? Kenyon Head married 28 weaver Wooldale Outlane
Ellen wife married 29 Netherthong
Mary daughter unm 3 Netherthong
Annie daughter unm 1 Netherthong
Allen Fothergill Head married 28 police constable Ossett Outlane
Julia wife married 29 Ossett
Ada daughter unm 6 Ossett
William Heald f in law widow 73 retired shoemaker Wakefield
Herbert Roebuck Head married 33 Tailor Holmfirth Outlane
Emma wife married 30 Netherthong
Francis Goddard f in law widow 71 living on own resources Holmfirth
Whitfield Pocation Head married 34 greengrocer Netherthong Outlane
Clara wife married 35 Netherthong
Hubert O son unm 10 Netherthong
Gertrude daughter unm 2 Netherthong
Elvia ? m in law widow 66 Netherthong
Ann Hobson Head widow 55 Cartwright Outlane
Mary daughter unm 24 weaver Netherthong
Thomas son unm 18 Tailors presser Netherthong
Charles Bretton Head married 28 ?? Netherthong Outlane
Sarah wife married 41 Holmfirth
Elizabeth Meller Head widow 87 living on own resources Horbury Outlane
Louisa daughter unm 46 living on own resources Upperthong
Ellen Wood Head widow 52 Netherthong Church Street
Tom son unm 26 wool drier Netherthong
Sarah daughter unm 23 dressmaker Netherthong
Evelyn daughter unm 16 scourer Netherthong
Fred Charlesworth Head married 23 Innkeeper Almondbury Queens Arms
Emma wife married 26 Honley
Lydia Roebuck d in law unm 13 nurse Honley
Walter son unm 1 Netherthong
Tom Russell Head married 61 spinner Netherthong Church Street
Martha wife married 63 Netherthong
Arthur son unm 24 grocer assistant Netherthong
Tom son unm 23 stoker at mill Netherthong
Ben Shore Head married 33 finisher Netherthong Church Street
Eliza wife married 33 mender Netherthong
Mary daughter unm 11 Netherthong
James Mallinson Head married 32 Silk dyer Netherthong Church Street
Ellen wife married 28 inker Holmfirth
James Charlesworth Head married 48 presser Netherthong Church Street
Millicent wife married 47 Netherthong
Esther Ann daughter unm 17 mender Netherthong
harry son unm 14 Netherthong
Joseph Mallinson Head married 33 ?? Netherthong Church Street
Alexandria wife married 29 Ashton under Lyne
Alice daughter unm 11 months Netherthong
John Fisher Head married 45 weaver Manchester Church Street
Alice wife married 42 Netherthong
Herbert son unm 19 grocer assistant Netherthong
Edith daughter unm 17 mender Netherthong
Emma daughter unm 14 mender Netherthong
Norman son unm 11 Netherthong
Jonas Mallinson Head widow 64 farmer and butcher Netherthong Church Street
Mary daughter unm 36 housekeeper Netherthong
Goerge son unm 30 carter Netherthong
James son unm 23 farmer and butcher Netherthong
John Batley Head married 57 joiner and farmer Upperthong Church Street
Mary wife married 49 New Mill
Sarah daughter unm 25 tailoress Upperthong
Martha daughter unm 21 mender Netherthong
Mary daughter unm 20 Netherthong
Edith daughter unm 18 Pupil teacher Netherthong
Brook son unm 15 joiner apprentice Netherthong
Thomas son unm 11 Netherthong
Marion daughter unm 8 Netherthong
William Broadbent Head married 57 Innkeeper Netherthong Clothiers Arms
Hannah wife married 57 Netherthong
Emma ? unm 50 weaver Netherthong
Elizabeth Woodhead Head widow 74 living on own resources Huddersfield Giles Street
Hannah Graham neice unm 53 living on own resources Manchester
Alfred Mallinson Head married 36 weaver Netherthong Giles Street
Ellen wife married 35 Netherthong
Harold son unm 5 Netherthong
Beatrice daughter unm 2 Netherthong
Emilline daughter unm 7 months Netherthong
Martha Shore m in law ? ? Honley
James Dyer Head married 63 farmer Netherthong Giles Street
Emma wife married 67 Honley
Collin C Sykes Head married 28 weaver Netherthong Giles Street
Alice wife married 26 linker Netherthong
Joseph Whitehead Head married 47 spinner Honley Giles Street
Hannah wife married 49 Netherthong
Alice daughter unm 17 Knotter Netherthong
Mary daughter unm 13 numberer Netherthong
Dinah Moorhouse Head widow 54 New Mill Giles Street
Arthur son unm 14 piecer Netherthong
James Woodhead Head unm 55 mason's labourer Netherthong Giles Street
Albert Wimpenny Head married 32 shoe maker Netherthong Giles Street
Ann wife married 31 Upperthong
Arnold son unm 8 Upperthong
Mildred daughter unm 6 Upperthong
Thomas Taylor Head married 22 presser London Giles Street
Mary wife married 25 Giggleswick
Winifred daughter unm 1 Netherthong
George Ricketts Head married 25 weaver Netherthong Giles Street
Alice wife married 26 Holmfirth
Norman son unm 1 Holmfirth
Hannah Gill Head widow 67 Netherthong Giles Street
Sarah daughter unm 39 machine feeder Netherthong
Hannah Mallinson Head widow 67 Farnley Tyas Giles Street
Mary daughter unm 40 weaver Netherthong
Emma daughter unm 31 laundress Netherthong
Florence grand d unm 12 piecer Netherthong
Harry Eastugad? grand son unm 2 Armitage Bridge
Thomas Haigh Head married 43 weaver Netherthong Dock Hill
Ann wife married 38 Berry Bow
Sarah daughter unm 17 weaver Netherthong
George son unm 14 piecer Netherthong
Edith daughter unm 12 Netherthong
Frank son unm 10 Netherthong
Mary daughter unm 7 Netherthong
Benjamin Gill Head married 29 stone mason Netherthong Dock Hill
Ann wife married 26 Holmfirth
Ruth daughter unm 4 Netherthong
Harry Gill Head married 27 stone mason Netherthong Dock Hill
Esther wife married 29 Holmfirth
Alice daughter unm 1 Netherthong
Emma Woodhouse Head widow 53 Knotter Netherthong Hole Bottom
Fanny Earnshaw Head widow 80 Honley Hole Bottom
James Shaw ? unm 36 Engineer tenter Netherthong
Ben Shore Head unm 59 blacksmith Netherthong Hole Bottom
Albert Seddon Head married 45 Butcher Netherthong Dean Brook
Alice wife married 47 Bolsterstone
Mary daughter unm 21 Knotter Netherthong
Arthur son unm 18 Electrician Netherthong
Reba Hirstle Head married 49 farmer Thurlstone Harroyd
sarah wife married 47 Thurlstone
?? son unm 26 ?? Thurlstone
James son unm 22 farmer's son Thurlstone
William son unm 18 cloth finisher Thurlstone
Annie daughter unm 16 ?? Thurlstone
John son unm 14 farmer's son Shepley
Alma daughter unm 12 Netherthong
Ada daughter unm 10 Netherthong
Lewis son unm 9 Netherthong
John Brook Head married 25 grocer assistant Netherthong Lower Hagg
Miriam wife married 26 Netherthong
Arthur Sanderson Head married 44 farmer Holmfirth
Jane wife married 43 Holmfirth
Herbert son unm 22 finisher Netherthong
Sarah daughter unm 21 Knotter Netherthong
Brook son unm 19 cutter Netherthong
Harriet daughter unm 16 house servant Netherthong
Harold son unm 13 Netherthong
Emily daughter unm 11 Netherthong
Herman son unm 8 Netherthong
Edith daughter unm 6 Netherthong
Ethel daughter unm 5 Netherthong
Wright Brook Head married 55 farmer Crosland Lower Hagg
Jane wife married 53 Honley
Herbert son unm 23 scribbler Holmfirth
John Barrowclough Head married 46 weaver Holmfirth Lower Hagg
Christiana wife married 45 Lockwood
Ethel daughter unm 20 mender Netherthong
Herbert son unm 18 scribbler Netherthong
Harold son unm 16 piecer Netherthong
Willie son unm 9 Netherthong
Irwin son unm 6 Netherthong
Dennis son unm 4 Netherthong
Elizabeth Eastwood Head unm 60 brush maker Upperthong Lower Hagg
Tom Neevers boarder unm 41 labourer Huddersfield
John Gill Head married 58 labourer Thurstonland Lower Hagg
Jane wife married 56 Fulstone
Arthur Gill son unm 31 labourer Thurstonland
Joe son unm 28 railway porter Fulstone
Sarah daughter unm 23 Knotter Fulstone
Florence daughter unm 17 Burler Fulstone
Alice Barber daughter unm 32 weaver Fulstone
Joshua Whiteley Head married 44 Dyer Hinchliffe Lower Hagg
Eliza wife married 44 Pontefract
Edgar daughter unm 16 overlooker Hinchliffe
Arthur son unm 14 piecer Holmfirth
Harold son unm 12 Netherthong
Willie son unm 10 Netherthong
Annie daughter unm 6 Netherthong
Nellie daughter unm 4 months Netherthong
Arthur Beaumont Head married 35 signal man Holmfirth Lower Hagg
Sophia wife married 34 cawthorne
?? son unm 9 Penistone
Mary daughter unm 5 Huddersfield
John Beaumont Head married 29 presser Holmfirth Lower Hagg
Mary wife married 31 Holmfirth
Alfred Sykes Head married 55 cloth manufacturer Netherton Woodville
Sarah wife married 48 Crosland
Bertha daughter unm 26 Crosland
Oswald son unm 22 cloth manufacturer Milnsbridge
Bernal ? son unm 19 student Milnsbridge
Lena Palfrey servant unm 29 cook Sheffield
Mary Willis servant unm 23 housemaid Darnall
Annie Faremir servant unm 19 chambermaid Nottingham
Mary Jane Mellor Head unm 60 living on own resources Netherthong Spring Lodge
Mary Carr servant unm 50 housemaid Cheshire
Jane Hewitt servant unm 45 cook Kimbolton
William Booth Head married 32 finisher Crosland Mount Pleasant
Sarah wife married 34 Lockwood
Harry son unm 4 Lockwood
Crowther son unm 4 Netherthong
John son unm 2 Netherthong
Herman Beaumont Head married 51 spinner Holmfirth Mount Pleasant
Elizabeth wife married 50 Netherthong
Tom son unm 24 postman Holmfirth
Arthur son unm 22 cloth miller Thirstonland
Ruth daughter unm 19 cloth miller Netherthong
Dawson son unm 17 finisher Netherthong
Norman son unm 15 Netherthong
Gertrude daughter unm 11 Netherthong
Albert son unm 9 Netherthong
Jane Westwick Head unm 30 machinist Thirsk Mount Pleasant
Annie sister unm 25 Middlesborough
Matthew brother unm 22 finisher Middlesborough
Ada sister unm 18 box minder Rawden
Winnie niece unm 11 Netherthong
John Ranfield Head married 28 overlooker meltham Mount Pleasant
Ellen wife married 26 Thirsk
Willie son unm 3 Netherthong
John Wood Head married 34 Fettler Wooldale Mount Pleasant
Mary wife married 31 Wibsey
James son unm 10 Huddersfield
Mabel daughter unm 8 Netherthong
Albert Downes Head married 37 Gardener Austonley Mount Pleasant
Caroline wife married 39 Upperthong
Wilfred son unm 15 Gardener Upperthong
George Rollinson Head married 30 weaver Holmfirth Mount Pleasant
Lucy wife married 32 Holmfirth
Joe son unm 4 Netherthong
Ida daughter unm 2 Netherthong
George Whiteley Head married 57 postmaster/grocer Holme Thongsbridge PO
Ann wife married 58 assistant Netherthong
Harriet daughter unm 29 assistant Netherthong
Herbert Green Head married 32 dyers labourer Honley Smithy Street
Rachel wife married 29 Skelmanthorpe
Clara daughter unm 8 Farnley Tyas
Maude daughter unm 7 Honley
Emily daughter unm 5 Netherthong
Alice daughter unm 3 Netherthong
George son unm 1 Netherthong
Mary daughter unm 1 month Netherthong
Ben Greaves Head married 28 finisher Holmfirth Smithy Street
Elizabeth wife married 26 ??
Fred son unm 4 Netherthong
Mary daughter unm 2 Netherthong
Joseph Haley Head married 23 scourer Ossett Crodingley
Emiline wife married 23 weaver Honley
Ethyl daughter unm 1 Netherthong
William Eastwood Head married 57 traveller in wines Netherthong Crodingley
?? wife married 54 Farnley Tyas
Albert son unm 27 clerk to corn merchant Netherthong
Annie daughter unm 25 dressmaker Netherthong
Mary daughter unm 20 teacher Netherthong
Kate daughter unm 16 milliner apprentice Netherthong
William son unm 11 Netherthong
Ann Renshaw Head widow 69 Honley Crodingley
Sarah daughter unm 39 dressmaker Netherthong
Tom Woodhead son in law married 43 finisher Netherthong
Eliza Woodhead daughter married 42 Lockwood
Hannah Shore Head widow 59 charwoman Holmfirth Giles Street
Ann Hudson wife married 40 Holmfirth Church Street
Harry son unm 12 Netherthong
Charles so unm 6 Netherthong
Allen Turner Head married 66 labourer Honley Bastile
Ann wife married 65 Honley
Mary Ann Dickinson Head widow 45 Brighton Bastile
Frank son unm 18 grocers assistant Netherthong
Henry Ansell son unm 15 chemist apprentice Netherthong
Mary daughter unm 13 Netherthong
Elsie daughter unm 11 Netherthong
Nathan Charlesworth Head widow 76 weaver Holmfirth Ox Lane
James son widow 47 weaver Holmfirth
Nathan son unm 36 Fettler Holmfirth
John Buchanan Head married 67 living on own resources Scotland Ox Lane
Hannah wife married 57 Netherthong
Muriel daughter unm 13 Netherthong
Hirst Roebuck Head married 28 farmer Wood Nook Ox Lane
Ann wife married 29 Deanhouse
Joseph son unm 3 Wilshaw
Herbert son unm 3 months Wilshaw
Mary daughter unm 5 Netherthong
Emily daughter unm 1 Wilshaw
Dan Sykes Head married 58 farmer Upperthong U. Wolfstones Farm
Jane wife married 56 Underbank
Michael Rendfearn Head married 58 farmer Meltham L. Wolfstones Farm
Emma wife married 59 Austonley
John Bentley Head married 55 farmer/weaver Upperthong Carr Farm
Ann wife married 58 Upperthong
Mary Ann Dickinson daughter unm 22 Burler Upperthong
Ada daughter unm ? Domestic duties Upperthong
Thomas Hardy Head married 51 farmer Denby Grange Rosewood Cottage
Sarah Ann wife married 35 Barnsley
Edith daughter unm 17 Domestic duties Denby Grange
Florence daughter unm 3 Netherthong
James Leach Head married 48 farmer Thurgland Brown Hill Farm
Sarah wife married 43 Thurgland
Jane Ann daughter unm 6 Wortley
Ernest Pattinsen boarder unm 3 Netherthong
Frances Barratt boarder unm 2 Manchester
William Hinchliffe Head married 40 farmer Scholes Wells greem
Mary Ann wife married 38 Holme
Tom son unm 16 farmers son Netherthong
Robert son unm 15 Netherthong
Edith daughter unm 13 Netherthong
Amy daughter unm 11 Netherthong
John Heap Head married 68 farm labourer Cartworth Wells Green
Ann wife married 66 Wooldale
Ellen Green aunt married 69 living on own resources Netherthong
Thomas Turner Head married 63 wool manufacturer Huddersfield Somerfield
Annie wife married 53 thongsbridge
Thomas son unm 27 traveller in wines Netherthong
Florence Haye servant unm 25 housemaid Hepworth
Clara Haye servant unm 22 cook Hepworth
John Peel Floyd Head married 54 wool manufacturer Netherthong Roseleigh Bridge Mills
Helen wife married 50 Suffolk
John son unm 24 wool manufacturer Netherthong
Mary daughter unm 17 Netherthong
Helen daughter unm 6 Netherthong
Emmie Bates servant unm 19 cook Wiltshire
Sarah Ledger servant unm 19 housemaid Leeds
James Watkinson Head married 37 wool manufacturer Huddersfield Sands
Emily wife married 31 Holmfirth
Eliza Newton servant unm 25 cook Thurlstone
Louisa Heaslegraves servant unm 31 housemaid Wakefield
Emma Stephenson Head widow 69 living on own resources Holmfirth Sands
Alice Hinchliffe sister unm 70 living on own resources Holmfirth
Sarah Haye servant unm 19 cook Bolsterstone
Sarah Webster servant unm 17 housemaid Langsett
Albert Newton Head married 38 Gardener Holmfirth Sands
Mary wife married 41 Holmfirth
Charley son unm 3 Holmfirth
Ethel daughter unm 13 winder Holmfirth
Alice daughter unm 10 Holmfirth
Edith daughter unm 9 Holmfirth
John Taylor Head widow 73 cloth manufacturer retired Kirkburton Oaklands
Emily Preston neice unm 39 Australia
Clara Sorby servant unm 34 cook Bolsterstone
Hannah Blackburn servant unm 20 housemaid Lincolnshire
David Perry Head married 39 coachman Oxfordshire Oaklands Lodge
Sarah wife married 41 Lichfield
Elsie daughter unm 6 Gigglesthorne
John Dyson neice married 60 wool manufacturer Huddersfield Elmwood
Georgina wife married 50 Staffs
George Young ? unm 25 living on own resources Yorkshire
Maria Hopkin servant unm 38 cook thongsbridge
Annie Hodgson servant unm 33 housemaid Thurgland
Martha Greenwood Head widow 68 living on own resources Halifax Well House
Elsie May grand d unm 7 Holmfirth
Ann Cheesbrough sister unm 69 living on own resources Bradford
Dorothy Nattrade servant unm 20 housemaid Sunderland
Hester Price servant unm 20 nurse Burton on Trent
Florence Coldwell servant unm 22 cook Penistone
William Cartwright Head married 46 weaver Holmfirth Robin Royd
Hannah wife married 48 Upperthong
Harry son unm 14 piecer Leeds
Mabel daughter unm 13 draper assistant Leeds
John Beaumont Head married 59 market gardener Berry Bow U. Fearnought
Elizabeth wife married 57 Huddersfield
Harry son unm 25 groom Meltham
John Shaw Head married 52 coachman Skelmanthorpe U. Fearnought
Lydia Ann wife married 54 Meltham
Gilbert son unm 19 solicitors clerk Meltham
Joe son unm 15 piecer Meltham
John Bray Head married 67 general broker Mappleworth U. Fearnought
Jane wife married 64 Mappleworth
Mary Jane Mellor daughter unm 39 Domestic duties Mappleworth
Arthur son unm 24 mechanic drum maker Mappleworth
High McGovern boarder unm 34 groom /gardener ??
David Winchester Head married 35 Gardener Berkshire U. Fearnought
Anne wife married 41 Derbyshire
Ann Fallas Head widow 73 Holmfirth U. Fearnought
Sarah daughter unm 50 Knotter Holmfirth
Annie daughter unm 33 Holmfirth
George Hendall Head married 43 Gardener Wakefield U. Fearnought
Maria wife married 46 Radnorshire
William Taylor Head married 53 Gardener Holmfirth L. Fearnought
Jane wife married 52 Wakefield
Harry son married 26 Gardener Holmfirth
Ann daughter unm 20 mender Holmfirth
Walter son unm 12 Holmfirth
Abraham Barrowclough Head widow 73 watchman/timekeeper Wooldale L. Fearnought
John Hudson g/son unm 29 twister Wooldale
Amy Hudson g/daughter unm 25 weaver thongsbridge
Fred Wood Head married 26 miller Holmfirth L. Fearnought
Sarah wife married 27 Honley
Harry son unm 1 Netherthong
Joseph Taylor Head married 52 farmworker/teamster Honley L. Fearnought
Elizabeth wife married 49 Honley
Ada daughter unm 20 weaver Honley
Joseph son unm 16 undergroom Honley
Harry son unm 14 undergroom Honley
Frank son unm 8 Honley
Elsie daughter unm 4 Netherthong
John Alexander Head married 48 woolen foreman Scotland Spring Bottom
Sarah wife married 50 Liverpool
Maggie daughter unm 16 Westmorland
Robbert son unm 14 Manchester
Wilfred son unm 11 Holmfirth
Oscar son unm 8 thongsbridge
Jane Lawrence m in law widow 78 Westmorland
Ann Woodhead Head widow 61 living on own resources Netherthong Newlands
Joseph son unm 33 spinner thongsbridge
Mary daughter unm 26 thongsbridge
Edith daughter unm 23 thongsbridge
Alice Binns servant unm 24 housemaid Thurlstone
Alfred Terry Head married 50 farmer Norton Newlands Farm
Jane wife married 49 Rawhill
Arthur son unm 17 farmer Denby
Ethel daughter unm 14 Denby
Francis Priestley Head married 28 wool manufacturer Huddersfield Thongsbridge House
Edith wife married 24 Huddersfield
Ethel Rose Bolton visitor unm 25 Thorncliffe
Annie Turner servant unm 24 Domestic duties Barnsley
Esther Walker Head widow 66 Inn Keeper Honley Royal Oak Inn
Mary daughter unm 41 Lockwood Thongsbridge
Willie son unm 36 schoolmaster thongsbridge
Green Broadbent Head married 38 carter Kirkburton Thongsbridge
Alice wife married 37 India Br. Subject
Sam Hollingsworth Head married 41 weaver Holmfirth Thongsbridge
Janet wife married 38 Knotter thongsbridge
Florence daughter unm 16 winder Netherthong
John son unm 15 piecer Netherthong
Edith daughter unm 13 winder Netherthong
Lewis son unm 8 Netherthong
John Hudson Head married 77 woolen wear designer Netherthong Thongsbridge
Mary wife married 79 Holmfirth
John Chantres boarder unm 29 coachman Lincolnshire
John Lindley Head married 3 dyer Primrosehill Thongsbridge
Ada wife married 34 Birkby
Arthur son unm 8 Holmfirth
Stella daughter unm 6 thongsbridge
George son unm 4 Taylor Hill
Alice daughter unm 2 thongsbridge
Ben Garside Head married 44 Receiving officer Farnley Tyas Thongsbridge
Ann wife married 48 Meltham
Sarah daughter unm 18 milliner Meltham
Joe son unm 15 draper assistant Meltham
Mary daughter unm 10 Meltham
Arthur Alsop Head married 37 foreman of mill Holmfirth Thongsbridge
Annie wife married 35 Holmfirth
Hilda daughter unm 12 thongsbridge
Clara daughter unm 10 thongsbridge
Albert son unm 8 thongsbridge
Irvin son unm 6 thongsbridge
Alice daughter unm 2 thongsbridge
Elizabeth Sanderson sister in law unm 31 mender Holmfirth
George Mallinson Head married 38 weaver Netherthong NT Village
Annie wife married 37 Grange Moor
John son unm 16 piecer Grange Moor
Elizabeth daughter unm 10 Netherthong
Frank son unm 7 Netherthong
Doris daughter unm 1 Netherthong
Mary Roberts Head widow 57 Knotter Fearnought NT Village
Herbert son unm 16 ?? Netherthong
Charles Hobson Head married 45 hawker of paraffin oil Netherthong NT Village
Elizabeth wife married 50 Netherthong
Harry son unm 18 hawker of paraffin oil Netherthong
Jane daughter unm 18 Pupil teacher Netherthong
Annie daughter unm 16 dressmaker Netherthong
Gertie daughter unm 15 Netherthong
Louise daughter unm 13 Netherthong
Sarah Eastwood Head married 35 Knotter Netherthong NT Village
Mary daughter unm 10 Netherthong
Joe Boothroyd Head married 40 dyers labourer Honley NT Village
Sarah Ann wife married 40 Netherthong
Laura Ann daughter unm 14 mender Netherthong
Ada Ann daughter unm 7 Netherthong
Frances Dyson Head widow 71 living on own resources Scotland NT Village
Edward Dyson Head married 38 scribbling engineer Netherthong NT Village
Sarah wife married 32 Netherthong
Willie Hobson Head married 41 groom Netherthong NT Village
Sarah wife married 36 warper Netherthong
Harry son unm 15 piecer Netherthong
Hugh Mallinson Head married 45 weaver Netherthong NT Village
Mary wife married 40 Scholes
Harry son unm 18 weaver Netherthong
Ellen daughter unm 17 Netherthong
Annie daughter unm 15 mender Netherthong
Rosa daughter unm 13 Netherthong
Herbert son unm 10 Netherthong
Alice daughter unm 7 Netherthong
Joe Charlesworth Head married 43 weaver Holmfirth NT Village
Jane wife married 30 Deanhouse
George son unm 2 Netherthong
Edith daughter unm 9 months Netherthong
James Hinchliffe Head married 28 road surveyor Hade Edge NT Village
Jane Ann wife married 32 New Mill
Harold son unm 2 New Mill
Hannah Mallinson Head widow 54 cloth inker Holmfirth NT Village
Harry Mellor Head married 36 living on own resources Netherthong Homleigh
Annie wife married 40 Huddersfield
Cecil son unm 11 Netherthong
Ann Harrison aunt in law unm 59 Huddersfield
Ann Horncastle Head widow 43 Netherthong NT Village
William son unm 15 cloth steamer Netherthong
Harry son unm 12 Netherthong
Mary sister in law unm 37 living on own resources Netherthong
James Seddon Head married 36 greengrocer Heys NT Village
Clara wife married 32 Netherthong
Harold son unm 12 Netherthong
Amy daughter unm 9 Holmfirth
Ellenor daughter unm 6 Holmfirth
Joseph Woodhead Head married 50 grocer/ corn merchant Netherthong NT Village
Martha wife married 49 Netherthong
Ben Eastwood Head married 55 brush manufacturer Netherthong NT Village
Ellen wife married 52 Holme
John son unm 17 joiner Netherthong
James son unm 12 Netherthong
Mary daughter unm 28 Domestic duties Netherthong
Gertrude daughter unm 21 Domestic duties Netherthong
Lucy daughter unm 16 dressmaker Netherthong
Mabel daughter unm 15 mender Netherthong
Winifred daughter unm 12 Netherthong
Dorothy daughter unm 11 Netherthong
John Hinchliffe Head unm 33 farmer Netherthong Lidgett House
Emma sister unm 36 Domestic duties Netherthong
Mary Sanderson servant unm 62 general domestic duties Hepworth

Netherthong Wesleyan Church Part 2 -1921 to closure

The first report in the Examiner for 1921 was in February, when a concert was given in the school on behalf of the Young Leaguers’ Union of the National Childrens Home and Orphanage. It was very well attended and £10 10s was raised. They organised a similar social for the same charity  two years later in February 1923 and called it a ‘hospital social’ with songs, music and recitations and raised £10.

Sadly during the month, the death occurred of Joseph Armitage, aged 77 years. He had been closely associated with the Wesleyan Methodists and had been one of the first Sunday School teachers. He was interested in the WMC and was formerly its caretaker. For over 50 years he was a member of the Gardener’s Friendly Society and in 1897 was one of the founders of the juvenile branch. His trade was as an oat-bread baker

At the end of the month, a concert was held in the school by the Hinchliffe Mill Wesleyan Prize Choir under the leadership of Joe Bottomley with Miss F. Green as accompanist.

A social gathering was held in the Chapel in March 1923 to raise funds for the renovation of the chapel and improvements to the organ. There was a supper and games were played and £3 was raised.

After having been closed for some time for renovation, the Chapel, which had been re-decorated at a total cost of £120,  was re-opened in July when a devotional service was conducted by the circuit ministers, Rev.E.Harland and Rev.J.Crawford, with music on the organ by Mr.Cousens. The organ had been overhauled and two new stops added. A large number of people partook of tea. The following month was time for the annual outing for the choir. They went to Wharfedale and Airedale and travelled in Mr.Middleton’s well-know charabanc ” Holme Valley “. For their outing in 1924 they once again travelled in the ” Holme Valley ” and visited the Dukeries.

The Chapel had all agreed to the adoption of the electric lighting scheme and, in January 1925, held a tea and concert which realised £8 6s 6d  for the fund.

April of that year was the occasion when the men associated with the Chapel promoted a tea and concert in the schoolroom. A goodly number sat down to a capital tea which was provided by the men who not only presided and served at tables but also did the washing-up. An excellent concert concluded with the burlesque ” Ventriloquism or how not to do it ” which was given by J.Green, N.Haigh and T.Littlewood. £7 10s was raised for the electric lighting fund.

In September the Chapel extended a hearty welcome to the Rev.Wm. Salisbury and the Rev.Joseph Birbeck, newly appointed ministers of the Holmfirth circuit of Wesleyan Methodism. The financial statements of the Sunday School were submitted and approved and members were told that electric lighting was shortly to be installed with the supplier being Honley Council. December saw the much awaited Electric Light Installation Ceremony, when the switching on , performed  by one of the oldest scholars, Mr.J.Woodhead, JP., was greated with hearty applause. A public tea followed by a concert was provided.

In January 1926 the death occurred of Mr. John Albert Armitage of Chapel House , Deanhouse. He was well known and highly respected and a close adherent to the Wesleyan Cause. For 20 years he had been chapel-keeper, a trustee, a steward and an active worker for the chapel renovation and for several years he generously provided an annual treat for the primary department children. He had his 59th. birthday on Christmas Day . He worked as a dyer’s labourer for J.Davies & Co. Ribbleden Dyeworks at Holmfirth and had died immediately on reaching the dye-house on his return to work after the holiday. Another workman said the deceased had reached the dye-house about 6.45 and had just put his dinner on a bench when he fell to the ground. The post-mortem showed evidence of chronic bronchitis and Bright’s disease and the coroner ruled the death was due to natural causes.

The same month Mr. Edward Finch, the well-known Huddersfield elocutionist, paid a visit to the chapel and delivered recitals to the well – attended afternoon and evening services.

In June through the kindness of Mr.& Mrs.Walter Wagstaff and friends, the young children of the primary and other junior departments of the school spent an enjoyable time at Rob Roy. The Foreign Missionary anniversary in conjunction with the Chapel was held in November with  morning and afternoon services on the Sunday. A public tea was given on the Tuesday and Mrs.Death of Meltham presided over a meeting which was addressed by Mrs.W.Rhodes on British Guiana.

The first event in 1927 was in January when a concert , promoted by the organist J.W.Green, was held in aid of funds for painting the exterior of the Chapel. The same month the Young Leaguers organised the annual effort by the Sunday School on behalf of the National Children’s Home and Orphanage. It was presided over by J.Green.

 The New Year’s gathering and price distribution took place in the Sunday school. W.Wagstaff presided and Mrs. Salisbury presented the prizes as well as giving a bible to Arthur Shaw in honour of his connection to the Sunday school up to 20 years of age.

Thomas Dyson gave one of his popular lantern lectures in the schoolroom. This one was all about Yorkshire seaside resorts and the lanternists were C.Dutton and W. Boothroyd.

In February the Rev. Joseph West, a former missionary, who had laboured in India, gave a lecture  on missionary life and experiences in Ceylon which he illuminated with slides. One of the last visits of the year was a visit by Friends from Hall Sunday School to the Wesleyan school and they gave a concert. The chair was occupied by Mr.Thomas Littlewood.

The annual choir outing for the Sunday School for 1928 visited Cawthorne and 60 scholars, teachers and friends travelled in three conveyances. The members of the Choir had their annual outing in September when they visited York. In January 1929 the Young Leaguers Union gave a concert in the school room and presented two children’s operettas.

In the late twenties, gramophone recitals were becoming very popular and attracted good attendances  and Mr.Harold Hirst of Holmfirth presented a number of excellent records in the school in February 1929. Later that year in September the quarterly meeting in connection with the Holmfirth Circuit of Wesleyan Methodism was held in the Chapel. Rev.J.Hisbrown, the circuit minister, presided and a unique feature was the presence of representatives from the United Methodist and Primitive Methodist Circuits. The final event of the year was a visit in December by a number of married ladies associated with the Wesleyans at Underbank. They gave a concert full of miscellaneous items in aid of Chapel funds. The young people from the Honley Wesleyan Sunday school paid a visit in January 1930 to the Wesleyan school in connection with the Netherthong branch of the Young Leaguers Union and presented a pleasing programme of glees, songs , dances and sketches. The next event was an Orange Grove Fair at the school in April which was opened by Arthur Fieldhouse , well known in Wesleyan circles. After all the thanks had been made, the fair opened with many stalls. The ladies provided the tea and the entertainment in the evening. £140 was raised before expenses.

A party from Leeds South Circuit United Methodist Church visited at the end of November 1930 to give a concert. There was a good attendance, presided over by T.Dyson, and W.Wagstaff gave the vote of thanks.

A lantern service was held in the schoolroom on a Sunday afternoon in January 1931. “Timothy Crab ” was the subject of a temperance ballad illustrated by views which had been made from life models by Bamforths of Holmfirth. The slides were presented by T.Dyson assisted by lanternists, T.Dufton and B.Coldwell. Mr.W.Wagstaff presided with Miss Ruth Dufton on piano. The Rev. Harry Buckley was the speaker at the special services in the evening. The choir’s annual outing that year was in July when members and friends visited Grassington and Burnsall. The Rev. Walter T.Rose, the newly-appointed circuit minister, was the preacher at the Chapel anniversary in September 1931. The same month J .Hadfield of Huddersfield gave a lantern lecture at the school titled ‘Pictures of North Wales’. There were two events in November, the first was the Annual missionary meeting when the Rev. C.Chapman of Halifax, who had served 15 years in Burma, delivered a powerful appeal. He said that the Chapel had raised £13 during the year. The second event later in the month was a successful tea and concert promoted by the men of the congregation. It was presided over by H.Wagstaff. The first reported event in 1932 was in January when the Rev.J.Bisbrown, the superintendent minister of the Holmfirth Circuit of Wesleyan Methodism, visited the chapel and gave a lantern lecture on ‘Glimpses of the Continent’. In March the Ladies of the Chapel gave their ‘first’ effort consisting of a tea and entertainment. It was a big success and raised £13 1s. At the annual missionary meeting at the Chapel in November 1933, the Rev. H. Bishop, principal of the Training College, Porto Novo, Dahomey who had 30 years missionary experience in South Africa, Portuguese East Africa, Portugal and French West Africa gave the main address. A presentation was made in November 1935  to Mr.& Mrs. Thomas Dyson of Croft House on the occasion of their wedding. Mr. Walter Wagstaff presented them with a barometer from their friends at the Chapel and an alarm clock from the Sunday School children and teachers. At the Sunday school anniversary meeting in May 1936 presentations were made for long and faithful service. Miss Brigg and Miss Cousen were each presented with a cake district and Mr. J. Green , who had been the voluntary organist for 25 years, was presented with a grandmother clock. Mrs. W. Wagstaff presided. The following August, 60 teachers, scholars and friends of the Sunday school went on their annual outing on this occasion to Knaresborough. The same month the Chapel hosted the quarterly meeting of Methodists from all parts of the Holmfirth circuit and all newly appointed ministers were given a very warm welcome.

In March  1938, the Chapel held its re-opening services as it had been closed for the purpose of decorating both the chapel and the school and installing a new heating apparatus. Special services were held. A few months later in May the bi-centenary of John Wesley’s conversion was celebrated throughout Methodism and the Netherthong chapel played an honoured part for it was twice visited by John Wesley and was the 6th. Methodist Chapel to be built in the whole of England. The first chapel was at Bristol followed by Birstall, Newcastle, Hipperholme and Haworth. On his first visit on July 6 1772, he wrote in his diary for that day … ” I went to Halifax. Preached in the Cow Market to a huge multitude. Our house was filled at 5 in the morning. At 10 I preached in the New House at Thong and at 2 in the afternoon in the Market Place in Huddersfield. Such another we had at Dewsbury in the evening and my strength was my duty.” He preached in the village again in 1788 and records in his diary that he visited Honley at 11am on April 30 1788.

The scholars, teachers and friends all enjoyed an outing in June to Buxton and Matlock.

The 1939 annual outing in May for the Chapel consisted of 60 teachers and scholars who traveled in two of Messrs. Castle’s motors. They visited Brimham Rocks and Knaresborough.. May was also the occasion of the Sunday School Anniversary when all involved partook in songs, recitations and hymns.

In February 1940, the annual ladies tea and entertainment took place in the Chapel.  March 16th. was observed as ladies’ day and Miss Mabel Wagstaff of Gateshead was the preacher. The annual outing for the Sunday School saw 60  teachers, scholars and friends go to Knaresborough again as they had done the previous year.

The next newspaper report was  February 1941  when Mr. Norman Powell’s party of the Boy Scouts of Honley and District visited the Sunday School and gave a mixed entertainment which included lessons on first-aid. Mr.T.Dyson visited the Chapel in the November  to give one of his illustrated lantern lectures and  presented views of Yorkshire scenery. There was a good attendance and a collection was taken for overseas mission. The same month it was the turn of the ladies to give their annual entertainment of songs and sketches. The Chapel was crowded with an appreciative audience.

The  Sunbeams Concert Party gave a very successful variety show in the Sunday School in February 1942. To start off the show, all the the girls sang ” Save a little Sunshine ” which was followed by an amusing duet by  Maurice Froggatt and Colin Gledhill. Mary Bowden sang ” Land of Hope and Glory”, Colin Gledhill entertained with his song, ” Nobody loves a fairy when she’s forty”. Eileen Roebuck sang ” Danny Boy “, Relton Bradley performed a monologue. Susie McLean, Mary Bowden and Eileen Roebuck starred in ‘Mr.Brown of London Town’ and Edith Walker gave a dance.  Philip Roebuck and Relton Bradley appeared in many of the sketches and the pianists were Marion Bowden and Maurice Froggatt. The sketches were written by Mr.N.Powell who also acted as compere and ran the show. The proceeds came to £5 15s.

An important name change occured at the start of the 1949s when it stopped being called Deanhouse Wesleyan Methodist Church and became Netherthong Wesley’s Methodist Church.

In December, the overseas missionary anniversary services were held in the Chapel. Rev. Thorpe spoke about missionary work in Ceylon and the Rev. Roberts gave an illustrated lecture on his work in West Africa. Also in December, the combined choirs of the Parish Church, Zion Methodist and Wesley Methodist gave carol services in the Parish Church.

 At the end of 1942 there was a Christmas wedding at the Church on Boxing Day between Bombardier Albert Cartwright of Denegarth, Deanhouse and Miss Phyllis Wagstaff of Rob Roy, Netherthong. The bride was a Sunday school teacher, a member of the choir at the Chapel and a lieutenant in the Netherthong Girl Guide Company.

February 1943 was the occasion of ladies’ Day at the Chapel. Miss H. Battye was the preacher at the services. In December, the combined choirs of the Parish Church, Zion Methodist and Wesley Methodist gave carol services in the Parish Church.

The Rev. J.Almond, newly appointed minister in the Holmfirth Methodist circuit, gave the sermon at the anniversary services in September 1944.

The 1947 annual outing of the scholars and friends involved a group of 70 travelling to Knotts End and Fleetwood. A presentation was made in September to Herbert Fisher who had resigned his post of choirmaster after 40 years. He was a well known vocalist, had been conductor of the Netherthong Music Festival and was a member of the Holme Valley Male Voice Choir. In January 1948, the Chapel had a distinguished visitor, Rev. J.H.Garland the Methodist minister at Mallon, Cumberland. He was the secretary and organiser of the International Centenary Commemoration of the Rev. Henry Francis Lyte, author of Abide with me, and he lectured on the famous hymn and its author.

Memorial Services were held in the Chapel in May 1949 for Walter Wagstaff, a former worker for the chapel, who died in Rhyl on April 26th. He had been president of The Male Voice Choir. On the 22nd. of the same month, Mr.& Mrs. John Edward Smith, who had been caretakers for over 23 years, attained their golden anniversary. Mr.Smith ,who was 78 years, came to Netherthong in 1917 and worked in the local mills before being appointed chapel – keeper. He was an hon. member of The Male Voice Choir. Before her marriage, Mrs.Smith was Miss Edna Roebuck, one of a family of eight sons and four daughters. She was 71 years.

September was the occasion of the Annual Services and the preacher was Rev.A. Vincent Woodhill who was one of the newly appointed ministers on the circuit. Mrs. R.Singleton was the organist. The Holme Valley Guides, Scouts and Cubs paid their 20th. Annual visit to the Chapel in October when Rover leader, W.Allen, presided. The address was given by Scoutmaster, Pat Hellawell and the children’s address by Cubmistress, D.Whitehead. The lesson was read by Scout Lawrence Liles and Cub Mark Lancaster contributed a poem.

The annual outing in May 1950 was to Bridlington when 58 adults and children left in two coaches. The same month, the Sunday School Anniversary services were held with the Rev.Woodhall of Meltham as preacher. He was also the preacher in November when Temperance Film strips were shown at the chapel.  The Rev. J. Christian of Holmfirth was the preacher at the Church anniversary services in August.

1951 started off with the Annual distribution of prizes in January for the Sunday School scholars. Miss S.J.Brigg presided  and Mrs.R.Singleton was the organist.The scholars plus friends of the Sunday School held their annual outing in June. They were conveyed in two of Messr. Bradley Bros. coaches to Southport.

The Rev. James Sollitt, newly appointed superintendent minister of the Holmfirth Methodist circuit, was the preacher at the anniversary services in September 1951. They celebrated the Harvest Festival in October with a parade by the Boy Scouts and Girl Guides. Scoutmaster Stuart Bedford presided and the lessons were read by cub Geoffrey Burley and scout Pat Beardsell.

There was a full chapel to celebrate the Harvest Festival in 1954. The local scouts and guides paraded for the festival and Mr.T.Brooks, scoutmaster, stated that it was the 25th. annual visit by the Guides and Scouts. The Sunday School Anniversary services took place in May 1956 and the organist at both services was Mrs.R.Singleton. The Rev.J.Crawford of Honley was the preacher.

The Rev. F.Garnett of Meltham , one of the newly appointed ministers of the Holmfirth Methodist Circuit, was the preacher at the chapel anniversary services in September 1956. The following month they celebrated the Harvest Festival with the annual parade of the boy scouts and girl guides and the Scout leader, Mr.Sanderson of Meltham, presided. Lessons were read by Scouts Derek Marsh and Gerald Buck and the young peoples address was given by Cub leader Maureen Sykes of Honley. The speaker was Scoutmaster L. Farrar of Halifax.

Owing to the damage sustained  at Wesley’ Chapel in June all their services were held in the Zion Church. A united campaign  for both the  churches was organised by a band of local preachers in the Holmfirth Circuit who had previously held campaigns in Wooldale, Scholes and Crowedge. The opening phase had been an intensive visiting of the whole area, house by house, armed with leaflets. In July the Trustees discussed the question of the condition of the roof and the cost of repairs and decided to make a decision at the quarterly meeting. The main ceiling collapsed in September and the  congregation formally joined the Zion Methodist Church. The following year the Chapel was officially closed and later was converted into a house.

With the closing of the Chapel, the Express in July gave a detailed account of the early history of the Chapel. Much of it is similar to the information I have given in this chapter but the paper had access to the original minute book of the records of the Sunday School. They make for very interesting reading and I have  listed them below. 

The very first meeting was held on April 29 1861 and it was resolved to purchase two dozen Bibles, two dozen Testaments and spelling books. On May 14 arrangements were made for the school feast and it was resolved that 2 stones of flour would be used for plain bread and 1.5 stones for currant bread. At a committee meeting on December 16, Messrs. J.Woodhead and J.Rogers were appointed to attend on Saturday evenings in the school to give instructions on writing etc.

On July 15 1862  eight rules for the teachers were adopted and they were as follows. 1. The school shall be opened with singing and prayer and this rule also gave the various attendance times.  2. They shall take such a position in their class as will enable them to observe every child. They shall restrain the children from improper conduct.  3. In case of unavoidable absence they shall provide a proper substitute.  4. They shall be persons of good moral character, approved by the teacher’s meeting.  5. No teacher shall mention the faults of a brother teacher.  6. Every teacher leaving the school is requested to give a month’s notice.   7. A committee shall be chosen annually to manage the affairs of the school.  8. A meeting shall be held quarterly.

There were also eight rules to be enforced by the scholars. 1. They shall be present at the opening of the school and shall be clean in person and dress.  2. If any scholar be absent from school for four successive Sundays without a sufficient excuse he shall be dismissed.  3. No scholar shall attend when affected by any infectious disease.  4. The scholars at the time of singing or prayer shall not gaze about, read or play.  5. No scholar may leave his class without the consent of the teacher. 6 No scholar shall bring anything to play with or eat during school hours.  7 They shall abstain from lying, swearing, sabbath breaking and every other manifest immorality and be submissive, obedient and respectful to their teachers.  8 Scholars not attending to the above rules shall be punished.

At a meeting on October 4 1864, it was decided to join the Sunday School Union about to be formed in the Holmfirth Circuit and on December 5 of the same year it was resolved ” that one dozen of Wesleyan Scripture Lessons be purchased monthly at the expense of the School Funds.” It was resolved on August 13 1869 that the teachers and scholars have a trip to Harden Moss ( it unfortunately didn’t record how this would be achieved ).

And finally a minute of April 1893 regarding the school feast states ” that we walk with the Reformers as usual if they are willing “. The following year ” it was decide not to walk with the Reformers“.

The following pamphlet was published for the Dedication of the Organ, Pulpit and Choir Stalls on May 30th. and 31st. 1959.

 

May 1959 Dedication programme.
May 1959 Dedication programme.

The National Census for Netherthong for 1891

 

The specific  details  of each of  the National Census are only released after 100 years but statistical  information was normally given a few years after the census was completed. The Express gave the following figures in August 1923 for the 1921 census . The population was 1347 made up of 569 males and 778 females. As a comparison the population of Meltham was 5067, New Mill 4456, Honley 4701 and Thurstonland 2488.

I have covered the first two National Census for Netherthong for 1841 and 1861 in  separate chapters.The details for the census for the years 1861,1871,1881,1891, 1901 are available in the Archive Library at Huddersfield and I  decided initially  to extract relevant information for 1891. Each census lists the road/street, the names of all the occupants, their relationship to the head person, condition ( married, single, widowed ) age, profession and where born. I have simplified the information for ease of reading.The results of the census were all hand written and some names were difficult to decipher. I arrived at a total population for Netherthong of 958.

 The census results for Deanhouse/Dean Brook were listed under Honley but because Deanhouse plays an integral part in my interpretation of the history of the village, I have included those results in this chapter.

Moor Gate.

Benjamin Dyson – head -M- 40- Farmer.   Mary – wife – 43. Four children – John- 6 – scholar. Joe – 4 . Herbert -2. Thomas – 3 months. Susan Bury – lodger – 59 – general servant.

Moor Lane.

Elizabeth Hirst – mother – 43- farmer’s wife. Seven children. Crissey Janet – 11- Knotter. Frances Mary – 14 – Knotter.  Arthur – 9 – scholar.  Ernest -11 – scholar.  Ida Elizabeth – 6 – scholar.  Lucy – 3.  John – 3.

Sand Beds Farm.

Walter Middleton – head – M- 29- farmer & general Carrier. Hannah- wife – 32. Three children. Catherine – 10 – scholar. Herbert – 8 – scholar. Mary Gertrude – 6 – scholar. Also present – William Cartwright – father in law – 60 – retired blacksmith. Martha Cartwright – mother in law -69.

Moor Lane.

Jonathan Booth – head – M- 26 – cloth finisher. Annie Elizabeth – wife – 26. One daughter Florence – 3.

West End.

Fred Wimpenny – head – M-24- labourer. Mary Jane – wife – 21. One son Arthur – 1

Bevy Littlewood – head -M – 61 – labourer.  Sarah Ann – wife – 62.

Hannah Dyson – head – single – 56 – living on own money. Alice Dyson – sister – 45 – grocer.

Tom Ellis – head – M- 28 – process Assistant.  Bertha – wife-24.

Joseph Wilson – head – M- 42 – farmer. Mary Elizabeth – wife – 39. Five children. Edith Mary – 14 – school monitor. Henry Harold – 12 – scholar. Florence – 9 – scholar. Fanny – 6 – scholar.  Thomas – 6 months.

Ben Hoyle – head – M – 45 – woolen Yarn Spinner. Ellen Ann – wife – 40. Nine children. Jabor – 21 – manager of Co-Op. Albert – 19 – mule handler.  Ruishworth – 17 – apprentice tailor. Miriam – 16 – worsted cloth repairer. Alice – 14. John Henry – 11 – scholar. Helena – 7 – scholar. Annie – 5 – scholar. Ethel – 4 – scholar.

Arthur Sykes – head – M- 29 – Designer of woolen cloths.  Martha Ellen – wife – 25. Four children. Evelyn – 7 – scholar. Alice – 5 – scholar.  Beatrice – 3.  Herbert oswald – 10 months.

Fred Mallison Sykes – head – M – 42 – Woolen Cloth manufacturer. Selina – wife – 40. Six children. Gertrude – 14 – cloth mender. Mary – 11 – scholar. Edith – 9 – scholar. Emma – 6 – scholar. Tom – 3. Louis – 1.

Jonas Hobson – head – M – 56 – weaver. Sarah Elizabeth – wife – 54. Two children. Clara – 23 – mender.  Mary – 20 – mender.

Town Gate.

Owen Parkin – head – M- 29 – overlooker in mill.  Ellen – wife – 26.

James Lodge – head – M – 60 – grocer. Elizabeth – wife – 59.

Wilson Square.

Richard Wilson – head – single – 70 – farmer.  Ann – daughter – 57.

James Hinchliffe – head – M – 31 – Foreman.   Annie – wife – 26.

John Jackson – head – M – 76 – retired schoolmaster.  Margaret – wife – 74.  James – 37 – certified schoolmaster.  Margaret – 30.

Jonathan Hirst – head – M – 34 – Foreman.  Emily – wife – 35. Four children. Mary – 6. Ada – 4. Florence – 2. Blanche – 10 months. Also present – Ada Ripon – niece – 21 – fine drawer of cloth.

Town gate.

William Beaumont – head – M – 56 – yarn spinner.  Sarah H – wife – 54. Three children . Sarah J – 31 – feeder of woolen machine. Tom – 25 – firer at Mill. Herbert – 20 – scourer of cloth.

Ellen Wood – head – widow – 42. Five children. Charles – 21 – feaver.  Harry – 20 – weaver. Mary – 18 – piecer. John – 16 – piecer. Evelyn – 6- scholar.

William Wimpenny – head -M – 51 – shoe maker.  Isabella – wife – 52. Five children. Lydia – 24.  Albert – 22 – weaver.  Arthur – 19 – finisher.  Mary – 17 – mender.  Alice – 9 – scholar.

Queen’s Arms.  Mary Senior – head – Widow – 50 – publican.  Joshua – 21 – grocer’s assistant.  Ann – 19 – domestic servant.  Ellen – 15 – scholar.

 Joseph Armitage – head – M- 47 – oat bread baker.  Betty – wife – 44.  Joe Sykes – nephew – 24 – dyer of clothes.

Joe Garner – head – M – 26 – general mechanic.  Matha – wife – 28  – mender.

Town Gate .

Alfred Gill – head – M- 57 – stone mason. Ruth – wife – 57.  Three children. Sarah – 24 – inker of cloths.  Benjamin -19- stone mason apprentice.  Harry – 17 – sculptor apprentice.

James Charlesworth – head – M – 38 – finisher. Millicent – wife – 37. Three children.  Herbert -11 – scholar. Esther – 7 – scholar. Carrie – 4 – scholar.

John Frith – head – M – 26 – warper.  Ruth – wife – 23.

John Kipling – head – M – 68 – farm labourer. One son.  Benjamin – 25 – teamer for corn miller.  Also present. Jane – daughter in law – 26 – mender.

Butchers Shop/ Farm House.

Jonas Mallinson – head – M – 54 – butcher and farmer. Mary – wife – 54. Six children. Mary – 25 – dress maker.  John – 23 – butcher.  George – 20 – butcher apprentice. Lily – 18 – pupil teacher. Hary – 15 – solicitors clerk. James – 13 – scholar.

John Batley – head – M- 40 – joiner foreman.  Mary – wife – 38. Eight children. Sarah – 16 – tailoress Apprentice.  William – 13 – scholar.  Martha – 11 – scholar.  Mary – 10 – scholar.  Eileen – 8 – scholar. Brook – 5 – scholar. John – 3 . Thomas Leo – 1.

Thongsbridge Road. Clothier’s Arms.

Thomas Walker – head – M- 30 – Inn keeper. Ruth – wife – 29. One child. Fenton – 4 – scholar. Also present . Harriet Clayton – 17 – general servant.

Giles Street.

George Moorhead – head – M – 60 – retired grocer.  Elizabeth – wife – 65.  One son . Joseph – 40 – grocer, corn miller.  Also present. Sarah Graham – niece – 45.

Martha Shore – head – widow – 51. Three children . Ned – 20 – corn miller. Jane – 20 – mender. Ellen – 25. Also present. Alfred Mallinson – son in law – 26- tenterer.  Gertrude – grand daughter – 5 months.

Albert Brook – head – M – 50 – labourer.  Annie – wife – 37. Two children. Mary – 15 – Inker.  Emily -5 – scholar.

James Dyson – head – M – 54 – farmer.  Emma – wife – 50.

Tom Booth – head – M – 26 – teamer.  Mary – wife – 24 – mender.

Sarah Hinchliffe – head – widow – 59. One daughter –  Sarah E – 27 – mender. Also present – Emma Procter – grand daughter – 4.

Mary Quarmby- head – widow – 73 – knotter. One daughter – Emma Heap – 44 – washer. Also present. Ernest – adopted son – 12 – scholar. Jane – adopted daughter – 10 – scholar.

James Moorhead – head – M- Labourer- stone mason.

Thomas Hinchliffe – head – M- 40 – weaver.  Emma – wife – 38. Six children Joe – 17 – piecer. Fred – 13 – piecer. Mary – 11 – scholar.  Edith – 8 – scholar. John – 6 – scholar.  George – 10 days. Also present . Harry Hellawell – brother in law – 21 – finisher.

Mary Beaumont – head – widow – 67 – living on own means

John Hudson – head – M – 30 – cloth finisher.  Ann – wife – 30. One child. Harry – 2.

Joe Boothroyd head – M – 28 – dyer.  Sarah – wife – 31.  One child. Laura – 4.

Outlane .

Fred Wimpenny – head – M – 26 – Boot maker.  Mary – wife – 22.  Two children . Edith – 4. Harold – 3.

William Marsden – head – M – 62 – retired weaver.  Ann – wife – 59. Three children. Joe – 22 – weaver. George – 19 – finisher.  Helena – 14 – mender.

Sarah Dickinson – head – single – 30 – living on own means. Also present. Frank – nephew – 8 – scholar.

Eliza Sykes – head – widow – 53. Colin – 18- woolen harps. Harry – 12 – piecer.

Martha Castle – head – widow – 6 – living on own means.  Also present. John Morton – nephew – 16 – pupil teacher. Sarah Castle – visitor – 64 – living on own means.

Joseph Bray – head – M – 82 – general labourer.  Ellen – wife – 63.  Four children. Alice – 32 – worsted cloth mender.  Mary – 26 – feeder. Sarah – 21 – sorter.  Annie – 18 – winder.  Also present. John – grandson – 14 – grocer’s assistant.  Albert – grandson –  10 – scholar. Ann- grand-daughter – 7 – scholar. Walter – grandson – 5 – scholar. lily – grand-daughter – 5 scholar. Tom – grandson – . Alice – visitor – 18.

Eliza Preston – head – widower -56.  Two children. Marsha – 20 – knotter. Whitfield  – 25 – weaver. Also present. Clara – daughter-in-law – 25. Hubert – grandson – 8 months.

Walter Child – head – M- 29 – woolen cloth finisher.  Hannah – wife – 31. Two children. Harry – 7- scholar. Tom – 5 – scholar.

William Bretton – head – M – 69 – retired weaver.  Martha – wife – 67.  Two children. Rueben – 36 – weaver.  Charles – 27 – painter. Also present. Walter – grandson – 16 – grocer’s assistant. Mary – god daughter – 13.

Richard Russell – head -M – 29 – pattern weaver.  Lydia – wife – 30.  Two children. Ben – 2. Lewis – 1.

Martha Platt – head – widow – 54. One child.  Charles – 23 – grocer’s assistant. Also present. Lydia – daughter – in-law – 23 – mender.

Jonas Hobson – head – M – 31 – weaver, local preacher.  Alice – wife – 30. Two children. Ethel – 2. Hubert – 2 months.

Albert Alwary – head – M – 38 – brush maker.  Emma – wife – 36. Three children. Fred – 10. James – 9. Kate -7.

John Crowther – head – M – 54 – cloth finisher.  Grace – wife – 48. Two children. Arthur – 17 – cloth finisher. Eliza ( Shore ) – 23.  Also present. Ben Shore – son-in-law – 23 – weaver. Mary – grand daughter – 9 months.  Sarah Dyson – adopted daughter – 9 – scholar.

Ann Lee – head – single – 66 – living on own means.

Elihu Hobson – head – widower – 59 – farmer. Two children.  Joseph – 35 – blacksmith. Enos – 22 – blacksmith.  Also present. Alexandria – 19 – house keeper.

John Wilson – head – M- 47 – farmer. Mary – wife – 51. Also present – Lucy Chappell – widowed mother – in-law – 83. Thomas Chappell – brother – in-law -49 – yarn spinner.

Miry Lane.

George Cocking – head – M – 50 – yarn spinner.  Jane – wife – 49. Four children. Ada – 22 – warper. Fred – 14 – piecer. Emily – 12 – scholar.  Florence – 10 – scholar.

Miry Lane Vicarage.

Sam Beaumont – head – widower – 58 – scrabbling engineer. Six children. Mary – 31 – teacher private school. Annetta – 29 – teacher elementary school. Ada – 28 – teacher elementary school.  Robert – 27 – bank cashier. Phoebe – 25 – teacher elementary school.  Samuel – 10 – scholar. Also present. hannah hayes – 15 – general servant.

Miry Lane .

Jedbor Hobson – head – widower – 64 – joiner,

Dockhill.

Joe Swallow – head – widower – 56 – power loom tuner. Four children. Alice – 29 – housekeeper. James – 23 – tuner power looms. Hugh – 19 – weaver. Ada – 13 – scholar.

Hannah Mallinson – head – widower – 57 – household duties. Two children. Emma – 21 – burler.  John – 18 – piecer.

William Barton – head – widower – 57 – retired police constable. Two children . Edith – 20 – weaver. Mary – 11 – scholar.

Walker Woodhead – head – M – 53 – wood cutter.  Philis – wife – 44. Eight children. John – 23 -labourer. Albert – 20 – blacksmith apprentice. Jonas – 16 – grocer assistant. William – 13 – piecer.  Alice – 12 – scholar.  Emily – 10 – scholar. Annetta – 8 – scholar.  Mary – 5 – scholar.

Outlane.

Jonas Woodhouse – head – widower – 40 – spinner. Six children. Edith – 20 – general servant.  Margaret – 17 – mender.  Mary – 15 – mender. John – 13 – piecer.  Louise – 11 – scholar. William – 5 – scholar.

Mary Wimpenny – head – widow – 68. Also present. Tom – 28 – healder. Charlotte – grand daughter – 19 – mender. harry Hobson – grandson – 18 – scourer.

John Dalby – head – M – 29 – police constable.  Annie – wife – 31.

Hurst Beaumont – head – M – 24 – woolen weaver. Harriet – wife – 21, One child . harry – 7 months.

Frank Goddard – head – M – 67 – tender of machinery.  Clementine – wife – 64.  Three children .  Jesse – 27 – painter.  Fred – 24 – joiner.  Emma – 20 – mender.

Alexander Shore – head – M -28 – weaver.  Elizabeth – wife – 23 – knotter.

Hannah Gill. – head – widow – 57. Four children.  Sarah – 29 – feeder.  George – 24 – finisher.  Archie – 22 – weaver. Fred – 20 weaver.

Fred Hobson – head – M – 46 – weaver.  Martha – wife – 43. Three children. Mary – 6 – scholar. Irvine – 4 – scholar.  Florence – 1.

Nancy Scott – head – widow – 61. Also present. Sam – 19 – feeder.  Harrison Beaumont – son-in-law – 22 – spinner.. Grace – 22 – inker.

Mary Woodhead – head – widow – 60.  Also present . Ellen – 19 – mender.

Law Buckley. – head – M- 56 – weaver.  Mary – wife – 57. Three children.  Louisa – 22 – inker.  George – 18 – weaver.  Walker – 16 – piecer.

John Scholfield – head – M – 58 – weaver. Jane – wife – 55. Also present.  Mary – 13 – reacher.  Ann – 10 – scholar.  Edith – 8 – scholar.  Abel – 3.

Jesse Howell – head – M – 55 – tuner power looms. Mary – wife – 49. Three children. Alice – 19 – knotter.  Lizzie – 16 – inker.  Edgar – 12 – scholar.

Dockhill Chapel House.

Rockley Buckley – head – M – 27 – weaver and chapel keeper. sarah – wife – 26.  One son. leonard – 5 months.

Dockhill.

John Fisher – head – M – 35 – weaver.  Alice – wife – 32. Four children. Herbert – 9 – scholar. Edith – 7 – scholar. Emma – 4 – scholar. Norman – 1.

Ramsden Mallinson – head – M – 47 – boot maker. Hannah – wife – 44 – mender. Two children.  James – 22 – dyer.  Esther – 19 – mender.

Crodingley.

Ann Renshaw – head – widow – 59.  Three children. Emily – 39 – mender.  Sarah – 29 – dress maker . Elizabeth Woodhead – married – 37 – mender. Also present. Tom Woodhead – 37 – son-in-law – 33 – finisher.

Thomas Woodhead – head – M – 32 – corn miller.  Sarah – wife – 28. One son . Arthur – 2. Also present. Ada Beighton – servant – 21.

John Illingworth – head – M – 31 – finisher.  Mary – wife – 33.  Three children. Harriet – 7. Bertha – 3. Ellen – 6 months.

Frank Mann – head – single – 34 – railway porter. Also present. Albert – nephew – 15 – booking clerk.

Thongs Bridge Post Office.

George Whiteley – head – M – 47 – grocer and sub- postmaster.. Ann – wife – grocer;s assustant. One daughter – Harriet – 19 – grocer’s assistant. Also present. Elizabeth Broadbent – sister in law – 46 – grocer’s assistant.

Smithy Street.

Benjamin Hirst – head – M – 65 – sizer.  Martha – wife – 55. One son ? – George – 15 – packer.

George Sanderson – head – M – 46 – teamer. Ann – wife – 37. Two children. Ellen – 16 – mender. Charlotte – 8 – scholar.

Sarah Bailey – head – widow – 51. Three children. Hannah – 23 – weaver. Arthur – 14 – gardener. John – 8 – scholar.

Thongs Bridge.

Sam Mitchell – head – M – 50 – mill mechanic.  Betty – wife – 50. One daughter – Sarah – 21 – mender.

Arthur Sanderson – head – M – 34 – weaver.  Jane – wife – 34. Six children.  Hrebert – 12 – scholar. Sarah – 11 – scholar. Brook – 9 – scholar. Harriet – 6 – scholar. Harold – 3.  Emily – 1. Also present. James Brook – father in law – widow – 77.

Mount Pleasant.

Arthur Alsop – head – M – 28 – fuller. Annie – wife – 26. Two children . Hilda – 2. Clara – 11 months.

Herman Beaumont – head – M – 41 – spinner.  Elizabeth – wife – 40. Seven children.  Emma – 20 – dressmaker. Tom – 14 – telegraph messenger. Arthur – 12 – scholar.  Rachel – 9 – scholar. Dawson – 7 – scholar. Norman – 5 – scholar. Gertrude – 2.

William Westbrook – head – M – 47 – painter.  Annie – wife – 47. Four children. Mary – 21 – mender. Ellen – 17 – knotter.  Matthew  – 12 – scholar.  Ada  – 8 – scholar.

Sam Brook – head – M – 28 – teamer.  Martha – wife – 24. One son – Frank – 3.

Clara Robinson – head – widow – 23 – mender. Also present . Sam Hollingsworth – brother – 19 – healder.

John Charleworth – head – M – 28 – fuller.  Emily – wife – 28. Three children.  Irvine – 3. Annie – 2. Wilfred – 4 months.

Joshua Adams – head – M – 36 – corn miller.  Jenny – wife – 40. Three children. Jessie – 14 – burler.  Harry – 12. Edith – 4.

Spring Lodge .

Mary Mellor – head – single – 50 – living on own means. Also present.  Mary Carr – single – 40 – domestic servant – cook.  Jane Howett – 32 – domestic house maid.

Woodville.

Alfred Sykes – head – M – 45 – manufacturer of worsted cloth.  Sarah – wife – 38. Four children. Oswald – 12. Bernal – 9.  Kath – 2. Ronald – 1. Also present. Alexander Pendle – visitor – M – 35. Lucy Bisby – 22 – domestic servant nurse.  Sarah Bisby – 20 – domestic servant housemaid.  Fanny Stevenson – 23 – domestic servant cook.

Lower Hagg.

Jonathan Radley – head – 25 – weaver.  Elizabeth – wife – 26. two children . Allen – 5. Triend – 1.

Joseph Adamson – head – M – 26 – labourer.  Hannah – wife – 28.  One daughter . Amy – 5 – scholar.

Joshua Whiteley – head – M – 34 – weaver.  Elly – wife – 35. Four children.  Edgar – 6. Arthur – 4. Harold – 2.  Willie – 4 months.

Emma Beaumont – head – widow – 47.  Seven children.  Joe – 23 – finisher.  Arthur – 21 – finisher.  John – 19 – dyer.  William – 16 – finisher.  Hannah – 14 – scholar.  Elizabeth – 11 – scholar.  Clara – 9 – scholar.

Sam Hollins – head – M – 31 – weaver..  Annie – wife – 34. Four children.  Florence – 6 – scholar.  John – 5.  Edith – 3.  Clara – 1.

John Gill – head – M – 48 – weaver.  jane – wife – 46.  Five children.  Alice – 22 – winder.  Arthur – 21 – teamer. Joe – 18 – warper.  Sarah – 13 – scholar. Florence – 7 – scholar.

Elizabeth Eastwood – head – single – 50 – whisk maker.  Also present. Walton Beaver – boarder – 23 – whisk maker. George Beaver – boarder – 26 – whisk maker.

Squire Beaumont – head – M – 44 – stone quaryman.  Mary – wife – 43.  One son. Walter – 17 – piecer.

John Wood – head – M – 24 – feeder. Mary – wife – 21. One son. James – 7 months.

Joseph Brown – head – M – 26 – groom.  Louisa – wife – 28. One daughter. Emma – 4 months.

Sarah Rollinson – head – widow – 44. Six children.  George – 20 – finisher.  Harry – 19 – finisher.  Joseph – 12 – piecer.  Walter – 10 – scholar. Anneline – 6 – scholar.  Edith – 2.  Also present.  Frederick Brye – boarder – 19 – shoe maker.

John Armitage – head – M – 24 – dyer.  Lillah – wife . One son . Norman – 2 months.

Henry Brackenbury  – head – M – 55 – gardener.  Josephine – wife – 50. Four children.  Emma – 23.  William – 20 – finisher.  Sarah – 15 – minder. Josephine – 13 – scholar.

Allen Lodge – head – M – 40 – weaver. Mary – wife – 37.  Three children.  Alice – 14.  Mallinson – 9 – scholar.  George – 7 – scholar.

Dean Brook.

Joe Buckley – head – M – 47 – farmer. Mary – wife – 41. Two children.  James – 18 – iron moulder.  Alfred – 15 – finisher.

Harroyd – farm house.

Reba Hirstle – head – M – 39 – farmer. Sarah – wife – 37.  Eight children. Ezra – 16 – finisher.  Ruth – 14 – winder.  James – 13 – scholar.  William – 8 – scholar.  Annie – 6 – scholar. John – 4 – scholar. Alma – 2. Ada – 8 months.

Smithy Bottom.

F. Shore – head – widow – 70. One son . James – 36 – blacksmith.

Ben Shore – head – single – 48 – blacksmith.

Hole Bottom.

John Woodhouse – head – M – 54 – weaver.  Emma – wife – 43 – minder. One son. Edwin – 15 – bllacksmith apprentice..

Somerfield.

Thomas Turner – head – M – 53 – retired woolen manufacturer. Annie – wife – 48. Three children.  Thomas – 27 – machine maker.  John – 26 – solicitor.  Emily – 21. Also present. Elizabeth Stamp – 23 – domestic servant cook. Rhoda Barnett – 21 – domestic servant housemaid.  Clare Bottomley – 18 – domestic servant housemaid.

Roseleigh.

John Peel Floyd – head – M – 44 – woolen manufacturer.  Ellen – wife – 40.  Four children. Cecil – 10. Mary – 7. Charles – 5. Eric – 4.  Also present. Harriet Crosland – 21 – domestic servant cook.  Annie Crosland – 20 – domestic servant housemaid.

Sands House.

Cookson Stephenson – head – M – 58 – living on own means. Emma – wife – 59. One daughter . Emily – 21. Also present. Alice Hinchliffe – sister in law – 60.  Jane Homer – 33 – domestic servant cook. Agnes Garston – 22 – domestic servant housemaid.

Alfred Terry – head – M – 40 – farmer. Jane – wife – 39. Five children. Ada – 17 – winder. Charles – 15 – railway weighing clerk. Edward – 13 – labourer. Arthur – 7 – scholar. Ethel – 4.

Oaklands.

John Taylor – head – M – 63 – retired woolen manufacturer.  Eleanor – wife – 59. Also present. Emily preston – niece – single – 25. Ann Hirstle – 42 – domestic servant cook.  Ann Dyson – 39 – domestic servant housemaid.

Oaklands Lodge.

Joseph Taylor – head – M – 31 – coachman. Sarah – wife – 35.  Three children.  Charlie – 6 – scholar.  Edith – 3.  John – 1.

Elmwood .

Hannah Hopson – head – single – 33 – nursemaid.

Wellhome.

Martin Kidd – head – M – 89 – solicitor.  Elizabeth – wife – 80.  Also present. Priscilla Senior – 28 – domestic servant cook. Hannah Heale – 23 – domestic servant housemaid. Alice Hodgshon – 14 – domestic servant housemaid.

Upper Fearnought.

John Hopkin – head – M – 76 – gardener.  Hannah – wife – 76.  Fred Knopton – grandson – 17 – cart driver.

William Taylor – head – M – 43 – assistant overseer. Jane – wife – 42.  Five children. John – 19 – gardener.  Harry – 16 – finisher. Herbert – 13 – scholar.  Annie – 10 – scholar. Walter – 2.

Ann Fallas – head – widow – 63.  Four children. Sarah – 40 – knotter.  Emma – 32 – warper.  Annie – 22 – knotter.  Mary – 20 – mender.

Hannah Shore – head – M – 49. Three children. Ellen – 18 – knotter. Emily – 16 – weaver.  George – 14 – millhand.

Elizabeth Boothroyd – head – widow – 75.  One son. Firth – 44 – unemployed weaver. Also present . Sarah – grand daughter – 26 – sorter. Joe – grandson – 24 – unemployed.

Joseph Sanderson – head – M – 39 – weaver. Elizabeth – wife – 31. Six children.  Mary – 7. Lizzie – 5. Ellie – 4. Norman – 2.  Twins Albert & Norman – 1 month.

John Beaumont – head – M – 49 – gardener. Elizabeth – wife – 47 – weaver. Four children.  Edith – 22 – weaver.  Thomas – 20 – warper. Harry – 17 – gardener. Edgar – 13 – parcel carrier.

Robin Royd.

Dan Hollingworth – head – M – 60 – gardener.  Also present. Arthur Littlewood – grandson – 9 – scholar.

Hanna Cartwright – head – M – 38 – Two children. Harry – 6 – scholar. Mabel – 3.

Lower Fearnought

Sarah Boothroyd – head – widow – 49. Two children.  John – 20 – dyer.  Charles – 14 – grocers assistant.  Also present. William Kippow  – boarder – 25 – cart driver.

Abraham Barraclough – head – widower – 63 – mill watchman.  Also present. John Hudson – grandson – 20 – twister. Amy Hudson – grand daughter – 15 – machine feeder.  John – 36 – weaver.  Christiana – daughter in law – 34. Their four children.  Ethyl – 10 – scholar.  Herbert – 8 – scholar.  Harold – 5 – scholar.  Florence – 9 months.

James Harrison – head – M – 29 – cart driver.  Emilia – wife – 35 – knotter.  Also present. Harriet – mother in law – widow – 62.

John Bray – head – M – 58 – greengrocer.  Jane – wife – 53.  Four children. George – 21 – spinner.  Arthur – 16 – mechanical apprentice.  Mary – 27 – knotter. Emily – 19 – knotter.

Spring Grove.

Robert Mellor – head – M – 56 – solicitor.  Alice – wife – 43. One child. Hilda – 12 – scholar.  Also present.  Hannah Bowman – 27 – domestic servant cook.  Sarah Barker – 20 – domestic servant housemaid.

Newlands House.

John Woodhead – head – M – 57 – yarn spinner.  Joseph – 23 – manager.  Also present. Emma Horncastle – sister in law – 39. Grace Haigh – 22 – general servant.

Thongs Bridge House.

Wright Mellor – head – M – 56 – mill manager. Emma – wife – 54. Three children.  Ada – 30 – school teacher.  Richard – 16 – office clerk at mill.  Harold – 12 – scholar.

Thongs Bridge.

Joseph Bottomley – head – M – 60 – farmer.  Lydia – wife – 54.  Harris – 24 – warehouseman.  Albert – 13 – finisher.

Thongs Bridge Royal Oak.

Esther Walker – head – widow – 56 – publican. Three children. mary – 32. Wilie – 26 – schoolmaster.  Harry – 24 – butcher.  Also present. Elizabeth Rhodes – 23 – domestic servant,

Thongs Bridge.

Alfred Roberts – head – M – 47 – weaver.  Edith – wife – 50.  Three children.  Elizabeth – 21 – mender.  Emma – 20 – weaver.  Alice – 13 – winder.

John Hudson – head – M – 67 – cloth designer.  Mary – wife – 68.  Also presnt . John Chantree – lodger – 24 – coachman/servant.

John Lindley – head – M – 36 – weaver.  Annie – wife – 34.  Two children.  Emma – 6- scholar.  Mary – 4.

Towngate.

John Wilkinson – head – M – 39 – finisher.  Mary – wife – 39.  Four children . Lily – 15 – burler.  John – 12 – millhand.  Harry – 8 – scholar.  David – 4.

Charles Roberts – head – M – 50 – miller.  Mary – wife – 49.  Herbert – 6 – scholar.

George Mallinson – head – M – 27 – weaver.  Louisa – wife – 27.  Two children.  John – 6 – scholar.  Elizabeth – 2 months.

Joe Hellawell – head – M – 27 – weaver.  Annie – wife – 29.  Two children. Sykes – 2. Charles – 6 months.

William Woodhead – head – m – 27 – weaver.  Mary – wife – 25 – mill worker.

Harry Roberts – head – M – 36 – local board surveyor.. Ann – wife – 38.

Charles Holton – head – M – 35 – licenced hawker.  Elizabeth – wife – 45. Five children.  Harry – 8 – scholar.  Jane – 8  – scholar. Annie – 6 – scholar. Gertrude – 5 – scholar. Lure – 3.

H.Mallinson – head – M – 35 – weaver.  Mary – wife – 30. Five children.  Harry – 8 – scholar.  Ellen – 7 – scholar.  Annie – 5 – scholar.  Rosa – 3. Herbert – 3 months.  Also present. Mary Hannah – sister – 30 – knotter.  Florence – sister’s daughter – 2.

John Hobson – head – M – 48 – weaver. Anne – wife – 45. Five children.  sarah – 21 – knotter.  Edith – 19 – mender.  Mary – 14 – winder. William – 12 – carder.  Thomas – 8 – scholar.

Joseph Whitehead – head – M – 37 – mason’s labourer.  Hannah – wife – 40. Two children.  Alice – 7 – scholar.  Mary – 3.

Holmleigh.

Harry Mellor – head – M – 26 – living on own means. Annie – wife – 28. One son. Cecil – 1.  Also present. Annie Bishop – 24 – domestic servant.  Sarah Wood – 13 – nurse.

West End.

James Horncastle – head – M – 32 – joiner, Ann – wife – 38. Two children.  William – 5 – scholar.  Harry – 2.  Also present – Mary – sister – 27 – school helper.

Jane Wilson – head – widow – 74 – living on own means. Two daughters. Elizabeth – 42.  Clara – 32 both living on own means,  Also present.  Mary Bradshaw – sister – widow – 72

William Dickinson – head – M – 41 – traveller.  Mary – wife – 35. Three children.  Henry – 5 – scholar. Mary – 3 . Elsie – 1. Also present.  Mary Walker – 15 – domestic servant.

Ben Eastwood – head – M – 45 – brush manufacturer.  Ellen – wife – 42. Thirteen children.  Ada – 20 – brush maker. Ethel – 18. George – 16 – brush maker.  Martha – 15. Frank – 13 – errand boy,  Gertrude – 11 – scholar.  Charles – 9 – scholar. John – 7 – scholar. Lucy – 6- scholar. Mabel – 5 – scholar. Winifred – 2. James – 2. Dorothy – 1.

West End.

Martha Wilson – head – single – 39 – living on own means.  Also present. John Proude – single – lodger – 49 – Vicar and clerk in Holy Orders.

Lydgate.

Hannah Hinchliffe – head – widow – 65 – living on own means. Two children.  Emma -26. John – 23 – farmer.  Also present.  Mary Sanderson – servant – 52.

Wells Green.

Benjamin Woodhead – head – widower – 72 – retired tailor. Also present. Fred Hinchliffe – boarder – M – 27 – painter. Alice – wife – 27.

Ellen Bower – head – M – 58 – living on own means. Also present. John Heals – boarder – M – 56 – warper.  Ann Heals – wife – 56.

William Hinchliffe – head – M – 30 – farmer. Mary – wife – 28. Four children. John – 6 – scholar.  Hubert – 5 – scholar.  Edith – 3. Amy – 1.  Also present.  Jane Whitaker – 15 – servant.

West End .

John Ibbotson – head – single – 65 – labourer.

Moor Lane.

Ammon Platt – head – M – 66 – labourer.  Mary – wife – 65.

William Hobson – head – M – 34 – weaver.  Ellen – wife – 32. Three children.  John – 5 – scholar.  harold – 3. Albert – 1.  Also present. Elizabeth Wimpenny – sister in law – single – 37 – tailoress.

Timothy Scholfield – head – M – 58 – retired police constable.  Martha – wife – 53.

Ox Lane .

Nathan Charlesworth – head – widower – 65 – unemployed.  Three children. Joe – 34 – weaver.  Nathan – 29 – dyer.  James – 37 – widower – dyer.  Also present.  James – grandson – 16 – leather strap maker. Fred – grandson – 13 – printer.

Martha Ann Roebuck – head – widow – 50 – living on own means. Four children.  William – 28 – joiner. Edith – 17 – dress maker assistant.  Annie – 17 – dress maker. John – 6 – scholar.

Wolfstone.

James Hirst – widow – 60 – labourer.

Carr.

John Bentley – head – M – 45 – weaver and farmer.  Ann – wife – 45. Five children . Joe – 22 – weaver.  Alice – 21 – millhand. Ellen – general servant.  Mary – 12 – scholar.  Ada – 10 – scholar.

Rosewood Cottage.

John Taylor – head – M – 36 – market gardener & farmer. Betty – wife – 40. Also present. Eval – niece – 13 – scholar. Elizabeth Strictison – 18 – domestic servant. William Strictison – 15 – agricultural labourer.

Brown Hill.

Albert Seddon – head – M – 35 – farmer.  Alice – wife – 38.  Three children.  Mary – 11 – scholar. Arthur – 8 – scholar.  Lucy – 4.

St.Mary’s Court.

Wilson Taylor – head – M – 38 – weaver.  Alice – wife – 35. Four children.  William – 11 – millhand. Harry – 7. Edith – 3. Fred – 1 month.

William Garner – head – M – 53 – painter. Elizabeth – wife – 50 – winder. Three children. Sarah – 22 – thread packer. John – 19 – apprentice joiner. Mary ( Hobson ) – married – 25 – winder.  Also present. Edward Hobson – son in law – 26 – warp beamer.

John Redfearn – head – M – 56 – waller.  Elizabeth – wife – 52. Five children. Mary – 26 – winder. Fred – 19 – winder.  John – 17 – millhand.  Sarah – 14 – millhand. Jane – 11 – millhand.

Joseph Taylor – head – M – 46 – weaver. Mary – wife – 48. One daughter. Melinda – 16 – winder.

Edward Beaumont – head – M – 27 – spinner.  Ann – wife – 26. One daughter .Ethel – 2.

Edward Taylor – head – M – 44 – weaver.  Syrena – wife – 44 – weaver. Three children.  Matthew – 20 – weaver. John – 19 – willower.  Thomas – 18 – weaver.

St.Mary’s Court.

Mary Taylor – head – M – 31. Two children.  Martha – 3. James – 10 months.

Jabez Taylor – head – widower – 64 – unemployed. Three children. Ellen – 20 – millhand.  Mary – 18 – winder. Jane ( Lockwood ) – M – 34 – winder. Also present. George Lockwood – son in law – 24 – finisher. Henry Woodhouse – brother in law – widower – 64 – living on own means.

Alfred Benyon – head – M – 24 – weaver.

Isaac Bassingdale – head – widower – 74 – labourer. On son . Harry – 26 – weaver. Also present. Elizabeth – daughter in law – 26 – winder. John – grandson – 6 – scholar.

Herbert Cadwell – head – M – 25 – shipping clerk.  Mary – wife – 26. Two children. Hilda – 2. Marjorie – 2 months.

Eliza Bottomley – head – widow – 47 – millhand. Five children. Annie – 22 – winder.  Harriet – 16 – millhand.  Hannah – 15 – winder. Jane – 12 – scholar. Charles – 9 – scholar.

St.Mary’s School.

George Hall – head – M – 50 – schoolmaster.  Mary – wife – 40. Six children. Ada – 14 – scholar. Minnie – 12 – scholar. Harry – 8 – scholar. William – 4 – scholar. Frank – 2 . Thomas – 9 months.  Also present. Sarah Peace – visitor- 24 – wife of railway porter.

Wilshouse Villa.

George Philipps – head – M – 34 – gardener.  Lydia – wife – 33. Three children. Arthur – 8 – scholar. Mary – 6 – scholar. Gertrude – 5 – scholar.

Manor House.

Henry Hirst – head – M – 48 – living on own means.  Harriet – wife – 38.  Also present. Alice Hidditch – 28 – domestic servant cook. Annie Exley – 20 – domestic servant housemaid.

Greave.

John Berry – head – M – 48 – farmer.  Susan – wife – 50. One son. Tom – 24 – farmer. Also present.  Emma – daughter in law – 21 – spinner.  John Dixon – 19 – farming servant.

Joseph Taylor – head – M 60 – weaver.  Hannah – wife – 60. One daughter. Emma – 30 – winder.

John Watson – head – M – 39 – groom and gardener.  Anne – wife – 38. Five children.  William – 14 – millhand. Sarah – 14 – millhand.  Alice – 11 – millhand.  Mabel – 8 – scholar.  Agnes – 8 – scholar.

John Bradbury – head – M – 66 – weaver.  Rebecca – wife – 56.

Alfred Kinder – head – M – 57 – living on own means.  Mary – wife – 51.

M.Scholfield – head – M – 57 – weaver.  Sarah – wife – 47.

Jacon Hinchliffe Booth – head – M – 59 – labourer. Isabella – wife – 47.  Five children.  Mary – 19 – millhand. Ruth – 17 – millhand.  Annie – 16 – millhand.  jacob – 12 – scholar. Alice – 6 – scholar.

Fred Hobson – head M – 28 – weaver.  Ellen – wife – 27. One daughter – Leonora – 6.

Mary Sykes – head – widow – 56. Two daughters . Ellen – 23 – millhand. Alice – 17 – millhand.

William Hobson – head – M – 33 – weaver. Ruth – wife – 35 – millhand.

Ann Ferrand – head – widow – 59. Three children. Mary – 25 – winder. Frances – 23 – packer. Noah – 16 – gardener. Also present. Emma Lockwood – lodger – 22 – winder.

Listed under Honley.

Dean Brook.

Joe Kenyon – head – M – 40 – weaver. Elizabeth – wife – 39. Eight children. Seth – 18 – winder.  Edgar – 15 – brush maker assistant.  John – 12 – scholar. Joshua – 10 – scholar.  Alice – 8 – scholar.  Herbert – 5. Florence – 3.  Ethel – 9 months.

Joseph Strong – head – M – 42 – railway labourer.  Jane – wife – 40. Six children.  Charles – 17 – millhand.  Sarah – 15 – condenser feeder.  Joseph – 13 – finisher.  Maria  – 11 – scholar. Frances – 8 – scholar.  Ethel – 5.

Joseph Castle – head – M – 60 – weaver. Harriet – wife – 50.  Also present.  Mary Dytch – sister in law – 42 – weaver. Emma Dytch – sister in law – 40 – weaver.

William Higginson – head – M – 29 – manager.  Emily – wife – 27.Four children.  Robert – 10 – scholar.  Kate – 8 – scholar.  Harry – 6 scholar. Anne – 1.

William Broadbent – head – M – 47 – weaver.  Hannah – wife – 47 – mender.

Joseph Platt – head – M – 74 – living on own means. Sarah – wife – 73.  Alice – widow – 44 – knotter.

Charles Lancaster- head – M – 29 – joiner and cabinet maker.  Hannah – wife – 30. Seven children. Mary – 8 – scholar. Annie – 7 – scholar. Jabez – 5. Lilly – 3. Nelly – 18 months. John & Ethel – twins – 3 months.

George Hobson – head – M – 42 – weaver.  Amelia – wife – 40.  Alice – 21 – weaver.  Fred – 18 – cutter.  Martha – 13 – scholar.

Fred Kenyon – head – M – 37 – weaver.  Emma – wife – 36. Three children. Tom – 10 – scholar.  mary – 5 – scholar.  Catherine – 3.

Mary Cartwright – head – single – 36.

Emma Dyson – head – single – 47 – weaver.

Deanhouse.

Joe Thornton – head – M – 27 – overlooker.  Ruth – wife – 30. One child. Alice – 3 months.

Sarah Woodhead – head – widow – 72 – grocer. Two children. Mary – 39. Alice – 35.

John Smith – head – M – 44 – fuller.  Elizabeth – wife – 45. Thre children. Annie – 19 – warper. Emma – 13 – weaver. Clara – 9 – scholar. Also present. Sarah Heaton – mother in law – widow – 68.

Tom Russell – head – M – 51 – spinner.  Martha – wife – 54. Three children. Arthur – 14 – piecer. Tom – 12 – scholar. Joe – 10 – scholar.

Benjamin Lindley – head – M – widow – 56 – weaver.  Two daughters . Sarah – 18 – weaver. Jane ( Senior ) – 33. George Senior – son in law – 34 – dyer. Four grandchildren.  Joe – 5 – scholar. Emma – 3. Harry – 1 . Edith – 9 months.

Elizabeth Shore – head – widow – 56 – farmer. One son . Edwin – 32   – engineer tenter. Also present . Sarah – daughter in law – 26. Lizzie – grand daughter – 11 months.  Jonas Gill – 21 – mill hand.  Charles Gill – 15 – winder.  Harry Dyson – adopted son – 15 – farmer’s boy.

John Moorhouse – head – M – 37 – weaver.  Mary – wife – 35.  Three children.  Ellen – 4. Fred – 3. Elsie – 11 months.

Elizabeth Barber – head – widow – 69. One son . George – 38 – weaver.

Joseph Rusby – head – m – 39 – labourer. Anne – wife – 35 – inker. Two children.  Doreen – 12 – piecer.  Thomas – 8 – scholar.  Also present. Mary – mother – 74.

Edward Brierley – head – M – 44 – weaver.  Sabrina – wife – 39. Three children.  Joseph – 12 – scholar.  Herbert – 10 – scholar. Charles – 8 – scholar.

Willie Hobson – head – M – 31 – general domestic servant.  Sarah – wife – 26 – warper.  One son. Harry – 5 – scholar.

Robert Eastwood – head – m – 34 – weaver.  Sarah – wife – 25. One daughter . Mary – 2 months.

John Moorhouse – head – M – 23 – scissors bearers.  Clare – wife – 21. One daughter. Lilly – 1.

Benjamin Dyson – head – M – 75 – retired farmer.  Frances – wife – 61. One son. James – joiner. Also present. Lilley – daughter in law – 31.

James Eastwood – head – M – 59 – farmer.  Elizabeth – wife – 54. One son. Joe -36 – commission agent.  Also present. Benjamin – nephew – 28 – finisher.

David Dytcg – hea – M – 45 – mill foreman.  Hannah – wife -45. Three children. Sarah – 12 – scholar. Arthur – 7 – scholar. Joe – 4.

John Armitage – head – M – 52.  Sarepta – wife – 55. Two children.  sarah – 27. Thomas – 18 – winder. Also present . Helen – granddaughter – 9 – scholar.

Godfrey Ricketts – head – M – 45 – weaver.  Jane – wife – 43. Six children. Albert – 24 – weaver. Charles – 20 – dyer. Elizabeth – 18 – piece knotter. George – 15 – winder. Annie – 10 – scholar.  Fred – 8 – scholar.

Ann Hoyle – head – window – 54. Three children. Charles – 19 – piecer.  Martin – 17 – piecer. Emily ( Hoyle ) – 27 – warper.  Also present. Eveline Hoyle – grand daughter – 5 – scholar.

Deanhouse – Cricketers Arms.

Edward Stansfield – head – M – 55 – innkeeper and farmer. Caroline – wife – 52 – employed in inn. Two children. Sarah – 26 – dressmaker. Mary ( Goddard ) – married – 29.  Also present. John – grandson – 4 – scholar.

Hannah Hinchliffe – head – widow – 77. Also present. Harriet Metterce – 54 – feeder.

Thomas Eastwood – head – M – 57 – weaver, Anne – wife – 40.

George Fitton – head – M – 65 – spinner.  Sarah – wife – 66.Two children. Ada – 29 – mender.  Florence – 26 – inker. 

Philip Stansfield – head – M – 30 – weaver.  Elizabeth – wife – 30.  Three children.  Mary – 6 – scholar. Ethel – 2.  Gertrude – 1.

Sarah Sykes – head – widow – 61 – living on own means. One daughter. Mary – 20 – day school teacher.

Ralph Hobson – head – M – 38 – loom tuner.  Caroline – wife – 36. Seven children. Jane – 13 – mill girl.  Joseph – 11 – scholar. Samuel – 10 scholar. Tom – 8 – scholar. Helen – 6 – scholar. Arthur – 4. Percy – 6 months.

John Bottomley – head – M – 56 – farmer. Hannah – wife – 49.  One child. Robert – 14 – healder.  Also present.  Thomas Gray – 15 – farm assistant. Ben Wesley – 25 – farm assistant.

Allen Turner – head – M – 35 – labourer and dry waller. Ann – wife – 55 weaver.

William Hobson -head – M – 42 – weaver.   Sarah – wife – 50.  Four children.  Harry – 15 – servant.  George – 11 – scholar.  John – 10 – scholar. Wimpenny – 4.

Joseph Bottomley – head – single – 59 – labourer. Also present – Martha – 49 – sister.

Wesleyan Chapel.

Robert Cousen – head – M – 61 – weaver. Martah – wife – 52. Five children. Sarah ( Taylor ) – 30. Jane – 18 – minder.  Enily – 15 – winder.  Herbert –  11 – scholar. Miriam – 9 – scholar.

Miry Lane Bottom.

Ezra Harper – head – M – 41 – teamer. Mary – wife – 43. Eleven children.  Joannah – 19 – weaver. Emily – 18 – weaver. Alma – 15 – spinner. Ada – 13 – spinner, Susan – 12 – scholar. Daniel – 10 – scholar.  Harry – 9 – scholar. Annie – 8 – scholar.  William- 6 – scholar.  Jane – 2.  Rosa – 1.

John Calvert – head – M – 48 – brush maker.  Ann- wife – 46.  Four children.  James – 11 – scholar.  Samuel – 9 – scholar. Clara – 7 – scholar. John – 4 months.

Holmroyd Nook.

Samuel Brigg – head – M – 44 – farmer.  Ann – wife – 40. Five children. Sarah – 12 – farmers daughter.  Whitaker – 8 – scholar.  Charles – 6 – scholar. Albert – 3. Agnes – 1.

Henry Bradley – head – M – 56 – farmer. Jane – wife – 50.  One son. William – 29 – farmer’s son

 

 

 

The Roebucks of Moor Lane – detailed Family Tree 1775 to date

 A great deal of research and effort has been  put into the following excellent family tree of the Roebuck family from 1775 up to the present.  Because it is very specialised, I have given it a chapter of its own and it is basically word-for-word, including the researcher’s comments, as it was supplied to me by Brenda Quarmby ( nee Roebuck ).

GREAT, GREAT, GREAT, GREAT GRANDAD

ROGER ROEBUCK            married                           ?

born about 1755? , he lived at Woodnook and was listed as a Clothier. Possible children:- Hannah (christened 21.6.1778) – John  (christened 27.2.1779) – Eli (christened 25.12.1782) – Lydia b.1786 ? Christened in Honley, West Yorkshire.( I am not sure about this person ).

 GREAT, GREAT, GREAT GRANDAD

JOHN ROEBUCK Snr.                      married                MARIA ( not known )

 b. 1779. died 2.7.1835 aged 55.                            b.1778. died 14.9.35 aged 57 

 Children:-  John – William b.1809 – Benjamin – Lydia b.1786 ? – Possibly Maria b.1793 – Others not known

 Netherthong Parish Church was completed in 13 March 1829. The children were possibly christened in Honley as they all lived at Wood Nook.

Moorgate, Netherthong was an area on the edge of the moors (hence the name) which included Great Ox Close, Oxley Lane ,Middle Brown Hill, Upper Brown Hill, Lower Ox Close, Moorgate Farm and  probably Sands Farm. John Roebuck and family were shown as living at Wood Nook (near Honley) in 1813. In 1831, he built dwellings at Great Ox Close and these dwellings were tenanted. (I believe this is Ox Lane Farm & the tenants were weavers) He was, we were told, a very wealthy man. John and Maria were buried in Netherthong churchyard. (This grave has a very prominent position at the head of the Church …Large stone box type by vestry door area). William his son married Ann the daughter of Joseph Hirst… (Ann has also been named Oldham ? see belowThis could be where the name of Joseph Hirst was first originated into the Roebuck family. There could also be a connection with a George Hirst (Holmfirth area) who owned Digley Mill in the 1830’s. Bank End Mill next door was tenanted by John and William Roebuck also at this time? The Mill was badly damaged by the great flood in 1852. It is  believed that  John Roebuck handed down his assets to his son William circa 1836?

Moorgate Farm was never owned or tenanted by Roebucks. It was the property of Dyson’s and  still was in 2012

 GREAT, GREAT GRANDAD

WILLIAM ROEBUCK                          married                      ANN OLDHAM HIRST

  born 21.4.1808,                                                                born

                                            Ann was born Upperthong

 Children:- John  – Emma – Ellen Ann – Maria – Mary – Sarah – Lydia – Joseph H – William E

 William was born at Wood Nook, near. Netherthong, which was later handed down to him from his father John. The Census taken 30.3.1851 shows the family living at Woodnook, 64 acres plus houses and servants. They mainly reared sheep in addition to the usual farm animals.

In 1881, Ann was 73 years old. She was a widow, still lived at Wood Nook, Honley,  farmed  60 acres and employed 4 men.  A marriage certificate was required to ascertain if Ann was HIRST or OLDHAM and who was her father… Joseph Hirst of Wilshaw or William Hirst (b.1785).There was also a George Hirst, Mill owner of Digley Mill. Details of her mother are unknown to date.  All the children were christened at Netherthong Church and William and  Ann were buried in Netherthong churchyard together with John and Maria Roebuck.

When William died he left Woodnook to Joseph and William E and their mother Ann was to live in the cottage. There is evidence that the farm was left to the eldest son John, which was the usual thing to do in those days. He in turn later rented it out to his brothers, Joseph and William Edward (there is an original document showing a rental agreement between these three Roebucks dated  February 1st 1887)  at £69 a year with rent days being May 1st and November 1st.

 John born 21.4.1831 and died Jan 1889?   Farmer’s son born in Netherthong. John was married to Martha Ann born 2.4.1841 and died 11.7.1923 (She was baptized on September 2 1877) and  in 1871 they were shown as Grocers in Thongsbridge. In 1881 they lived at Ox Lane as farmers with children, Annie born c.1874 (Dressmaker) – Edith born c. 1874 (Dressmaker’s assistant) – William born c.1868 (Joiner) – John Herbert born 9.10.1884 (In 1911 he was listed as being a farm manager at Moor Lane, Netherthong) – Fred born 7.8.1878 and died 1.8.1880 – Mary Emma born April 1871 died 31.3.1874, aged 2 yr 11 months – John Charles died at the age of 6 ½ months. All the children were born in Netherthong and in1891 they lived at Ox Lane but by 1901 they had moved to Wood Nook. The 1861 Census shows that Martha Ann was the daughter of Grace and David Roebuck. Grace was born c.1802 and came from Almondbury. David Roebuck was a Manufacturer. Martha had a sister Mary Mellor born c.1844. John possibly died in 1901. Mary Mellor was possibly married in September 1867. As mentioned earlier,  this John, being the eldest son, inherited Wood Nook on the death of his father and on the 1st February 1887 he rented the farm out to his brothers Joseph Hirst and William Edward for £69 yearly rent.

 William Roebuck born 1868 – died 1938 (Son of John Roebuck & Martha Ann above), emigrated to New Zealand and he married Lucy Holmes born1873 – died1938. (They had no children which we know of).  William lived at Wood Nook in 1908 and married Lucy on 1.9.1908 at the United Methodist Church, Moldgreen,Huddersfield. Lucy lived at Brook Street, Moldgreen and her father,  Charles Holmes,  was a corn miller. She worked as a confectioners assistant. Lucy arrived in New Zealand 19.2.1910 and they were farmers there alongside his cousin William Ramsden Roberts.  William and Lucy died within four months of each other in 1938 and were buried  in the Old Hamilton East Cemetery.

Ellen Ann  born 12.8.1834 – died 1903    Farmer’s daughter  born in Netherthong. Possible marriage September 1865 or June 1866 . We think she was christened on 31.8.1834 and she married Richard Roberts born 1829 – died1908 of  Farnley Tyas. They had children Richard Henry,  Sarah, John Richard born 1901 – died1979,  Stanley born1905 – died 1972   and  William Ramsden born 1869 – died 1938 , who married Eleanor Lister born1871 – died1940 and  they had children Vera 1899-1967, Frank 1902-1980 and Norman 1911-1999. Frank married Winifred Hodge born 1916 – died 2006 and they had a child, John Roberts born 1943 in Tauranga New Zealand where he still lives with his wife and family.

 William Ramsden’s  family originally  moved to New Zealand in 1910 on the recommendation of their friends, the Roebucks, who were already there. They made this move after the death of their father Richard Roberts in 1908.

Their sister Sarah had already settled in the USA.( My cousin reckons they knew Roebucks in England who had members already settled in New Zealand and may have provided the incentive).

William Ramsden, Richard Henry (and his wife and 3 children) arrived in NZ on the ‘Arawa’ in June 1910.

William’s wife and their 5 children emigrated 6 months later on the ‘Tainui’ arriving in November 1910. Her daughter, two year old Gertrude, died  when the ship docked at Hobart, Tasmania. William’s wife, Eleanor, was 7 months pregnant at the time so it must have been some trip.

My cousin who lives near Hamilton, New Zealand, found many Roebuck names in her local phone book.

  Mary born 5.1.1838 – died10.9.1875 .  She was a  farmer’s daughter  born in Moorgate, Honley. She married Henry Senior 22.8.1870 in Netherthong and they had three children. Albert Edward  born 5.7.1872 – died 2.10.1923 , he was a butcher/farmer and he married Ellen Horn on 21.5.1894. Reuben born 1874 – died 6.8.1931 in Huddersfield. He was a butcher

Mary Ann  born Nov 1875 – died  ? she married Harold Thomas Raper on 4.6.1903 and her mother, Mary, most probably died at the time of her birth in 1875.

 Henry Senior re-married Betty Hampshire from Upperthong  on 20.11.1877.

 Sarah, born 6 Apr 1840 – died June 1880 , was a farmers daughter and born at Moorgate (Honley). She died in the Huddersfield area. She married Henry Stace Ward born 11.3.1832 – died .March 1908 and  he was a Draper/Manager of a Co-op store. The marriage took place on  8.1.1863 in Netherthong Parish Church and  they had three children. Agnes Ward September 1864,  William Rootsey Ward born Oct 1865- died Aug 1944 (he was an accomplished water colour artist) ,Ada Maria Ward born 1869 – died June 1881 (age 12). Lydia born 1842                      born in Honley. Possible marriage March 1865 .

 William Edward born 6th March 1847 – died 10th February 1895 at the age 49 of a heart attack. Census says he was born in Honley. After his brother Joseph (the Vet) died, he continued with Rachel taking care of the farm at Wood Nook – he had an affair with Rachel and  fathered a son called Harry in 1893 (the mother being Rachel Roebuck (nee Spencer Batty)). Harry married Emma (nee) Beaumont from Hepworth. They lived in Netherthong opposite the Clothiers Arms .William Edward was a farmer and  he did not marry but always lived with Joseph H and  Rachel. William was  buried with his brother Joseph Hirst/Rachel/Arthur in Netherthong graveyard (front of Church-left).

 Joseph H. born 29.4.1844 – died 5.11.1891. He was a Veterinary Surgeon, born in Honley.  There was also another Joseph Hirst Roebuck who died at Deanhouse Workhouse (hospital) 13th October 1895 and  was buried 17th October 1895. Maria was born  July 1836 and  died aged ten months 3rd April 1837 and was buried in Netherthong graveyard. Emma born about  1832/3, died aged 15  on the 2nd April 1848.and was also  buried in the Netherthong graveyard.

GREAT GRANDAD

JOSEPH HIRST ROEBUCK                    married to               RACHEL SPENCER                                                                                                              BATTY                                  

29 April 1844 – 5th Nov 1891             18.6.1873             b.23.8.1851 – died 17th Dec 1931

Age 47                                                                                 Aged 80

Born in Honley (I think Moorgate Farm)                          Born Hunshelf/Penistone 

Children:- Hirst,  Emma, Arthur,  Benjamin , Mary Ann (Polly) ,Lily, Ada, Lydia, Alice,  Harry ( Harry was born in 1893 with Joseph’s brother, William, being the father ).

Joseph Hirst was baptized at All Saints Church, Netherthong June 18th 1844 (could be May)

The marriage certificate shows that Rachel was a Batty.(but Charlesworth memoirs show her name as Spencer ??). Rachel’s father was Benjamin Batty, a farmer, and the family were from Hunshelf near Penistone . She was born with a squint and died from a stroke . She was married to Joseph Hirst on 18th June 1873 at the Parish Church, Penistone and they lived at Wood Nook farm and  Rachel had ten children. (See note for last one Harry’s father who was William Ed.)

Joseph was a Veterinary Surgeon and lived at Woodnook. When Joseph H died of a heart attack he left Woodnook to his brother William Edward in 1891. Sometime after William Edward died,  Rachel and  her children Mary A,  Lily,  Ada, Alice ,  Harry lived at 78 Alder Street. Huddersfield .St.Andrews ? ( I estimate around 18961901. See 31.3.1901 Census.). Rachel probably moved into the Queens Head Inn around 1901 – 1905 and  then to Cliffe View her newly built house on Thong Lane, Netherthong. Charlesworth memoirs state that BOTH farms were sold (but we only know of Wood Nook) and the spoils were divided between the children. Joseph lived a very busy life as a vet and  seemed happy with the outdoor life.

 ARTHUR was born in Honley on 10th Dec 1876  and died 12th July 1895  He lived at Wood Nook and was buried with his mother and father in Netherthong church yard  at the age of 19. (Louie’s diaries show the death at six weeks old of another Arthur (cot death) -who is the other Arthur ?)

 BENJAMIN    Born 18.11.1878 , died 12.08.1916. Although Benjamin’s name is on the gravestone with his sisters Lily and  Alice in Netherthong Churchyard, he is also listed on the memorial at Villers – Bretonneux Memorial at the Somme in  France where he was allegedly buried with other soldiers.

:Another death was that of Benjamin Roebuck, who was a Private (5178), 16th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force. Born at Netherthong, the son of Joseph Hirst Roebuck and Rachel Roebuck, of Cliff View, Netherthong, Holmfirth, he was educated at Saint Mary’s Church School, Wilshaw. While living at Netherthong he became a teamer, driving a horse drawn wagon for Mr. John Batley; he was a member of the Working Men’s Club and attended All Saint’s Church. He emigrated to Australia around 1910, and soon acquired a farm and an orchard at Harvey, in a farming area in the South Western part of Western Australia. He volunteered at Blackboy Hill, near Harvey, on January 19th 1916, listing his mother, Rachel, as his next of kin, and sailed from Freemantle with reinforcements for the 16th Battalion on March 31st 1916, onboard HMAT A9 Shropshire, stopping at Egypt on the way to the Western Front. He was killed in action on Saturday August 12th 1916, shortly after he had arrived in France. His family received the news of his death on September 2nd; he was thirty-seven years old. There is no known  grave. The 16th Battalion spent the week before his death in attacks in the area around Circular Trench, north of Pozieres, France, also beating off a German counterattack from Mouquet Farm. On the 12th the German artillery bombarded the left of the line, and at 1:30 p.m. the Battalion was relieved, though the Germans shelled them as they moved to the rear. Benjamin Roebuck was either one of the thirty-nine men who were known to have been killed, or one of the nineteen reported missing believed killed in action with the 16th Battalion that day. Many more men were wounded. A letter written shortly before his death arrived in Holmfirth saying he was glad to get away from Egypt, which was a miserable place to live, and that he hoped to visit them at Netherthong before he returned to Australia.

 ALICE  was born on 4.8.1889 and died 18.3.1950 aged 60. She lived at Wood Nook and after an accident, whilst riding her bicycle in Netherthong, her hat pin pierced her brain leaving her brain damaged. Alice was admitted to Storthes Hall Hospital  on 8th January 1913 aged 24 where she remained there until she died aged 60. She was buried in Netherthong church yard with sister Lily and brother Benjamin.

 EMMA   Born 17.1.1875 – died 11th Nov 1945. She was born in Honley and lived at Wood Nook and she had a leg amputated when she was 60 years old.. She married Fred Charlesworth in 1895 . He was born in 1874 and died of pneumonia on 18.11.1918. They had eight children:- Walter 1896, Ben 1898  who died of diptheria in1902, – Harry (Dick) born 1900 (Harry married Nellie Stott),  Helen 1902- died 3.May 1916  of meningitis,  Alice 1906( Alice married Norman ?),  Cora 1908 (Cora married George Dickenson of Farnley Tyas), Mary born 30 Jan 1915 and she was diagnosed with Osteomyilitis at the age of nine,  Louie born 8th May 1916 – died1 December 2009 , she married Ernest Rex Watson on 29 Oct 1938). (This is the family line where the original Roebuck money/land ended up. Great Grandma Rachel being Emma’s mother.)

 HIRST   Born 8,11,1873  Born in Honley at Wood Nook.         

MARY ANN (known as Polly ).   Born in Honley 29.10.1880 – died 13th Nov . She lived at Woodnook  and married Arthur Chambers in 1907. He died fighting in France on 5.4.19 They had a daughter Elsie 23.6.1911 – 21.3.1934 who died from Diptheria. She was a Worsted and Woollen weaver.

 

LILY   Born 27th January 1883 – died 30th January 1913.  Lived at Wood Nook and she was a tailores and died of a heart attack aged 30. (The Charlesworth bible shows 1887 – 1910). She was buried in Netherthong church yard with her sister Alice and brother Benjamin.

 ADA   Born 10.7.1885. (This lady was quite well heeled ) .She owned properties in and  around Huddersfield and also owned the two front fields at Ox Lane Farm for which a yearly rent was paid. These fields were purchased by Mother and Derek after Dad’s death (JOHN Roebuck) in 1978. She had nieces Lilian and Eveline.

 LYDIA    Born  23.5.1887 and she had children:- Hilda,  Evelyn, Annie and Lilian. Their surname was Woods. She became a nurse at the Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.

 HARRY     Born  22.10.1893. Fathered by William E ( brother of Joseph who had died in 1891.) Harry married Emma Beaumont from Hepworth and they had a son Phillip born18.1.1927 and  they lived in Netherthong. He served in the RAF in 1914 and was buried in Netherthong church yard.

 They all lived at Wood Nook Farm, Honley in 1881 and Woodnook was sold around 1896/7?  Rachel, now a widow and on her own since William died in 1895, was shown as living at 74 Alder Street, Huddersfield as at 31.3.1901. Wood Nook was now shown to be occupied by Martha Ann Roebuck (widow of John ) plus children, she being completely self-sufficient. Somewhere between 1895 – 1905,  Rachel lived in Alder Street, Huddersfield and later bought the Queens Head Pub in Netherthong. (Her life at this point seemed to revolve around her children, Mary Ann (Polly) & Emma). She later had a house built at the top of Thong Lane in Netherthong and named it “Cliffe View”. She moved there in 1905 where she lived until her death. The Queens Head Pub was closed in 1938 See chapter on pubs and inns.  Grandma Rachel was buried with her family at the front area of Netherthong churchyard.

 (19th December 1896: A Mortgage of £500 was taken out from Lloyds Bank, Holmfirth, The document was amongst Dad’s papers.  Too early for him….must have been his Dad HIRST Roebuck. I think this is the purchase of Ox Lane Farm by Hirst Roebuck. Here he worked and  raised his family. We are told that he died owing lots of money).

 GRANDAD

HIRST ROEBUCK                          married                    HANNAH ANN SENIOR

Born 8.11.1873 –  Died 15 Nov 1946       1895                     Born 1871 Died Dec 1934

Age 73 Census RG11/4369                                           Age 63 Census RG/11/4369

Born at Wood Nook/Honley                                          ANN born Deanhouse           

 Children: Herbert,  John, Arthur,  Emily,  Amy,  Joe,  Lydia , Mary Emma  and Marion

 They were married at Netherthong Parish Church on the 16th October 1895 in the presence of Joseph Hirst Roebuck (yeoman) and Ben Senior (Dyer). (No known photos.) Grandad Hirst was well known for his long red beard which later turned white and although he was a hard worker, I am told he was also a heavy drinker.  His mother, Rachel Roebuck ,owned and ran the Queens Head Pub in Netherthong where he was to be found frequently. He was always borrowing money from his mother, which was lent on IOU’s but never paid back. They lived at Wood Nook Farm and he later bought Ox Lane Farm,  Moor Lane, Netherthong, Holmfirth.and had nine children. Hirst Roebuck died in Deanhouse Hospital aged 73 and was buried December 18th 1946.  Grandma Hannah Ann was buried on  December 26th 1934 aged 63.They were buried in Netherthong Parish Church graveyard (bottom end right side No: M74, which is approximately half way down and  five rows in from the path .(Behind Mam/Dad’s plot). Hannah Ann was taken ill at the funeral of baby Jean Howells (her granddaughter, with a stroke and later died from heart related symptoms. (This appears to be the only Roebuck grave NOT marked with a headstone !!!!)

Hirst was apparently the black sheep of the family. He bought Ox Lane Farm with his legacy money and  help from his mother and Uncle William. He had at one time 12 men working for him on the farm and, come Friday evening, they would all go to the pub (probably the Queens Head) for a drink and  he wouldn’t pay out their wages until going home time from the pub. This was so they took their wages home to the family and didn’t spend it on drink. Although he was a great drinker himself he always provided for his family first. There would be a gathering of the family on Saturday nights in Victoria Street, Holmfirth, where HIRST would always buy a large joint of meat from the butchers there ( we know it now as Howarths green grocers) to take home for Sunday dinner. He was also involved greatly in carting ganister from the quarry to build stables in Meltham (this is where the White Swan pub is). (Always borrowing money from his Mother as we know BUT it seems to me that he also had many good qualities and was very much a family man at heart).

Hirst and Hannah Ann used to make their own butter, a tradition which had been handed down many generations. ( I remember helping my Dad, John, to make butter and little pats were made for the children). When Hannah Ann died, her daughter Marion took over the care of the family and granddaughter Hannah would scrub the kitchen floor every Friday with a reward of 6d. (sixpence). Uncle Arthur said that Grandad Hirst spent all his money (after feeding his family) in one of the pubs in Meltham, either The Swan or the Waggon & Horses. He would buy everyone in the pub drinks until there was no money left, returning the next week to do the same thing.

 (As a child, I remember the Roebuck family used to gather at Ox Lane for Christmas Day tea, a tradition which continued well into my later childhood. All the Aunties and Uncles would sit round the large round oak table which usually needed two sittings, and we children got what was left over.)

 HIRST Roebuck bought Ox Lane Farm about1895/6 (I am not sure of this date/year ), after his father Joseph H died. He used his own money plus some from his Uncle William E and help from his Mother, Rachel. He left Ox Lane Farm and all his debts to his son JOHN Roebuck.

 HERBERT born in Wilshaw on 30.12.1900 and died 29.3.1985. He  married  Aggie Aspinall from Totties on 12.7.1924 . She was born in Scholes in1901 and died on 3.10.1979 . They had 3 children, Kenneth ,Eileen and Rita. Uncle Herbert lost an arm at his workplace and wore a  prosthesis. He worked on the Railways at Brockholes

Kenneth Roebuck, born 27 June 1925 was a Fireman at Holmfirth Fire Station.  Eileen  was born1.5.1929  at Larchouse,Scholes and died on 30.8.2006 from cancer and was cremated 6.9.2006.She had been a hairdresser and married Eric Pearson ,born 26.1.1924, in Wooldale at Holmfirth Parish Church on 4.6.1949. They had one son, Michael born 21.11.1949 ,who was married twice and  he had two daughters,  Zoe and  ? . Rita, born 11.5.1936 at Larchhouse, was  married on the 14.6.1958 to Keith Pearson born19.3.1933 at the Parish Church,Holmfirth. Keith died about May 2009 and  they had two children, Gillian born 15.6.1959 and  Richard born 8.12.1961.(Richard married Elaine born11.3.63)

Kenneth married Audrey Hill who was born on 1 July 1926 and  died July 21st 2006 (she was buried in Upperthong 28.7.06) .They lived behind the Civic Hall,Holmfirth and  had three children: Susan Gail 25.3.1950,  Ian Phillip 18.3.1953 and John Leslie 8.7.1959.

Susan Gail married Patrick Thorpe and  they had four children. Victoria Edwina born 3.10.73 married  Daniel Hargreaves on 7.7.2001 and they have a son Thomas Patrick b.11.9.2005.  Elizabeth Rowena born 6.11.74 married John Miles on 11.7.2004.  Katherine Lucy born 16.10.76 married Paul Skelton on 1.8.2003 and they have a son Finlay James born 9.12.2005.  Alexandra Mary born 11.2.79 married Paul Kennedy in Gretna Green (now divorced).

 Ian Phillip died in Lanzarote by a freak wave which took him out to sea and  drowned him on 18.1.1999. He was married to Sandra Wyke born 5.5.1955 at St.Johns, Holmfirth on the 21.6.1975. They have two children. Melanie Dawn born 10.9.1976 and Christopher James born 17.6.1982.  Melanie married Simon Wilkinson born 6.10.1976 at St.Johns, Holmfirth on the 15.7.2000 and they have two children. Dylan Luke born 5.7.2002 and  Emily Grace born 15.4.2005. Christopher married ? in September 2009.

 John Leslie  married Kathryn Ann Booth born 16.10.1957 at Holmfirth Parish Church on 20.9.1980.They had a child, Matthew James born 27.11.1995.

 ARTHUR  was born 24th June 1905 and he died on 13th April 1985  from prostate cancer. He married  Edith Rothery (aka  Eadie?), born 8th August 1904 and died 29th August 1972 . They had three children – Evelyn  born 14th August 1928 (who married an Alfred Oldham on 30th August 1952 and he died 13th January 2010 from a pancreatic tumour. A daughter born about 1938, who only lived three days and was buried in Netherthong church yard. David was born on 14th August 1942 and  he married Brenda Senior, born 1.5.1943,  on the 29th October 1966. Evelyn was a hairdresser at a shop next door to Uncle Alf’s Barbers on Mill Moor Road, Meltham. She  lived with and took care of  Auntie Lydia in Mill Moor Road, Meltham until Aunty Lydia  died aged 99.5 yrs. In 1928 the family lived at Sands Farm, Moor Lane, Netherthong, later moving to Upperthong, Arden in Bingley, Gloucester and later Hoyland Swaine. Uncle Arthur was a farm manager.

 Evelyn’s children: Melvyn Edward, born31.3.1960,  was married to ??? and lived for some time in France. Anthony Arthur born18.5.1964 (He was adopted 21.1.1969) . Christopher David born 28.3.1969 who works in the Entertainment Industry. He was married to Mandy ? (divorced) and they had a daughter Gemma.

 David’s children: Diane was born 24.11.1967 and married  Yogesh Shah, born 1960, in Nairobi. They have two children, Rianna born 1997and Kiran born 2002,  Gary born 30.3.1971 married Julie Fish,born 1974 & had children.  Vicky born 1991  married Simone Magowan, born 1978 & had three children. Alex born1978, Adam born 2005 and Glyn born 4.10.1974 who married  Rebecca Marsden, born1978. They have three children, Tyler born1997,  Charlie born1998 and Hayden born2004. David lives in the Hoyland Swaine area.

JOSEPH E  was born in Wishaw about 1898 and christened in Netherthong Parish Church. Originally a farmhand he later moved to York (possibly Spicklegate)  and  married Laura ? Two children, Mary and Louie. No further info.

 LYDIA ANN   born 28th July 1908 and died 26th July 2007. She was married in 1929 at Netherthong Parish Church to Alf Howells (barber on Mill Moor Road,  Meltham, where they also lived at No 22).Lydia died peacefully in her sleep on 26th November 2007 and her ashes are buried with her family in Meltham Parish Church. They had a daughter, Jean who died 22 December 1934 of leukaemia aged 18 months. Jean, Alf and  Lydia are buried in the churchyard of the Parish Church, Meltham.

 AMY, born 6.8.1903 and  died 20.10.1980 , married  Arthur Dawson  and had two children. Phillip, born1933 , married Nina Glover born 1934. Phillip was in the British Army from 1951-1953. Sheilla born 22.6.1927 and  died in 2010? She  married Selwyn Ibbottson of Selwyn’s Taxis in Honley but divorced him and  later married Willie Thompson. Amy re-married Arthur Jones. Auntie Amy was a Medium and was last known to live in Lockwood Huddersfield/Netherton Road in(a big corner house. Sheilla had tqo  step sons, Michael and Richard Thompson.

 Phillip’s seven children were : Janice born1954,  Kevin born 1957,  Carol born1958, – Andrew born1960,  Sharon born 1962,  Mark born1964  and Valerie born 1952. Janice married Peter Wills and they had a daughter, Rebecca, born1989. Kevin married Jane Boyes. Carol married Roger Clegg and they had a daughter Laura Clegg, born 1983.  Carol divorced and  later married Andrew Lyman and they had a son Tomas Lyman born in1990. Andrew married Joanne Weedon and they had two children Antony, born1985, and  Bethany, born1988. Mark married Margaret Carrol and they have a son Charlie born 2005. Sharon was born a spastic and  has always lived at home but does manage to work Valerie died when she was about one year old.

 EMILY was  born on 5.4.1899 in Wilshaw ( Wood Nook ) and died in 1984. She was married to William Pollard, born 1891 and died1957, and together they first lived in the middle cottage at Ox Lane Farm circa 1923 – 1940. From there they lived in and  ran Honley Labour Club and later still moved to Leamington Spa, They had two children, Hannah born 6.9.1923 (Hannah was in the British Army 1941-1945 ) and she married Frederick Watkins, (born18.5.1919  died 17.11.1985), in Huddersfield on 2.12.1946.  Hannah was last known to be living in Leamington Spa. Joan, born 29 July1921 and who died 5 September 1989,  married Robert J. Russell, (born 16 March 1922) , in Romford about 1945 and her ashes are buried in a top field at Ox Lane Farm. Emily was cremated in Leamington Spa and  William was cremated in Leeds.

Hannah’s four children were :  Jacqueline,  Edward,  Christine  and Josephine.

Jacqueline Beatrice born 30.5.1947 married David Evetts on 7.10.1967. Their  children were :Theresa ,born 8.9.1968,  married Christopher Mark Pemble on 5.8.1989 and their two  children were:  Liam Christopher David born 11.7.1992 and Callum Christopher Eric born 11.7.1995.  Ian David born 29.7.1972  and married Sheron Peta Towe on 4.8.2001 . Their  children were,  Joel Ian born 22.4.2001 and Stevie Lee Christina born 25.7.2004. Edward Alan born 12.5 1950. Christine Anne born 21.7.1953 married Peter Harrop (30.11.1985): Their  children were : Arron,  Jason (partner Patricia Sisk,child Kian Sisk Harrop),  Michelle born 4.9.1985 and Luke Edward born 25.11.1988. Josephine Mary born 22.1.1957 married Peter Burden born1957 on 7.10.1985.Two children ,Adam born 30.4.1986 and Daniel born 6.7. 1988.

 Joan and Robert James Russell’s children: Jean Priscilla born 23.7.1946, Christopher Peter born 6.8.1947 and Anthony Leonard born17.8.1948. Jean Priscilla married ? and had four children: Jonathan,  Robin,  Martin and  Stephanie. Christopher Peter married ? and had two  children Bruno and Danielle.

 MARY EMMA  was born in Netherthong about 1896 and died1919.  In 1911 she boarded with Coldwell (Butchers of Wilshaw) and worked as an errand girl at a Cotton Mill. She died of Cancer and  had a daughter named Hilda born 22.6.1920 and died 29 Sept 1995.  (Mary Emma is probably  buried in the churchyard at Wilshaw). Hilda’s father was called Bill Saunders and  she was born out of wedlock whilst he was in the Army. Although Mary Emma and  Bill were later married, Hilda was brought up as one of the Roebuck sisters and lived in the cottage at Ox Lane Farm before moving to Honley about 1947. She married Douglas Baker, born3.12.1916, from Meltham who died in Helme Nursing Home in 1999/2000 and  she died peacefully at her home in Roundhay, Honley of a heart attack. She was cremated at Huddersfield Crematorium on 29.9.1995. They had a daughter Patricia, born 5.5.1943, who married Geoff Haigh, born19.12.1939, from Holmfirth. . Pat and Jeff had a son Jonathan Haigh born 2.6.1971. (Last known address of Patricia is Scarcroft/Wetherby).

 MARION , born circa 1917 and died ??,   married  John Lumb and  they lived in the Barnsley District. They had two children Barry and Keith. Barry died at the age of 12 years of tuberculosis. Keith Lumb married a Sandra ?. He left home  after his brother died and was cared for by a Mr & Mrs Carr. They all lived in Wombwell near Barnsley. The friendship between Marion and Mam (Connie) introduced her to my dad John. She was a gentle lady always with a smile. Keith maybe lives in Harley, Rotherham or Barnsley area (2007) and  has two children.

 DAD

JOHN  ROEBUCK                      married                     CONSTANCE  DUNSTAN

29.12.1910 – Sept 1978               1940                      21.9.1917 – 13.11.2004

Age 67                                                                Age 87

 

JOHN  – Born on 29th December 1910 and married Constance Dunstan of Alma Cottage,Meltham on February 17th 1940 at Helme Parish Church in the presence of James William, Arthur Dunstan and Elsie Heywood (Mam’s best friend). Constance was born on 21.9.1917 at 105 Burnaby Street, Sheffield. Her mother was Mabel Dunstan but she was brought up by her grandparents, Arthur J.Dunstan and Helen Dunstan (nee Ward) in Meltham.

 Children: Derek,Brenda,Keith,Edward,Stephenand Michael.They all attended Netherthong Primary School.

 They all lived at Ox Lane Farm, Moor Lane, Netherthong.  John died aged 67 yrs in 1978 and was buried with his son Edward in Netherthong Parish graveyard .(Grave No 451 or H51). He inherited Ox Lane Farm from his father HIRST Roebuck and later handed it down to his sons Derek and Keith Roebuck.

Dad – John Roebuck purchased the adjacent land and  buildings known as Brownhill Farm in 1958.Keith Roebuck owns and lives there. (The Deeds for Ox Lane Farm were transferred to Dad in 1971 and should be held at the Solicitors).

All the usual traditions were carried on at Ox Lane Farm, the making of butter and Dad would also make a little pat for me ,the delivery of milk with the horse and cart where people would bring out their jugs,  the Christmas Day tea when all the Roebuck family would gather. Dad worked hard, as did Mam, but Dad, like his father before him, was quite a heavy drinker at weekends. Sometimes we didn’t see him from Friday night until Sunday night and we had to get Jim Horncastle to come to milk the cows. On the surface Dad was a very hard man, but I believe he was quite soft inside somewhere. His favourite song was “Danny Boy” and his favourite flowers were carnations.

 CONSTANCE  born 21.9. 1917 and died13.11.2004.She had a stroke in May  2003 and ended up in a Nursing Home at Helme Parish (not far from where she lived with her Grandparents until getting married to John Roebuck on February 17th 1940.) She died aged 87 years and was buried in Netherthong Parish graveyard (grave no: 451 or H51). Her mother was Mabel Dunstan but her father was never known. She had a younger sister, May, who died in 1977? of an overdose. (May had a brain tumour which she knew about because she had been a SRN). She was a very hard working lady ever true to her duty as a mother and wife and always on the side of the under dog  Her raport with animals (especially dogs) was amazing.

 DEREK was  born 27.7.1941  at Elm Wood Hospital,Holmfirth due to slight complications at birth (stuck).  Lives at Ox Lane Farm, Netherthong. He  never married and was left 50% of Ox Lane Farm/Brownhill Farm in his father’s (John) will.

 JOHN KEITH was born on 13.3.1944 at Ox Lane Farm.  He married Kathleen Gash on May 22 1970 and was later divorced. His children were : Anna Marie born 24.1.1972 at Princess Royal, Huddersfield and  Brian Keith. Brian was born 13th August 1974 at Holme Valley Memorial Hospital but he died two years later of a brain tumor  and was buried in Netherthong graveyard in Grave 451/H51. Marie married Peter Marcus Lloyd (born 27 Oct 1965) on 6th March 1999 at Huddersfield Registry Office and  they have a son Richard John born 15.11.1999 at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary. They are currently living in Linthwaite Nr Huddersfield. Keith was willed 50% of Ox Lane Farm/Brownhill Farm by father (John).

 STEPHEN 5.8.49  was born at Ox Lane Farm on 5.8.49. He ran away to Gretna Green with his girlfriend, Cathy Barkham, but they were caught and  brought back home where they lived together and had three children, Stevie ( Stephen John ),  Sharon and Shaun.  Stevie born 23 March1970 married Lisa O’Brien from Ireland but later divorced. They had three children, Stephen Christopher born 6th March 1991 in Ireland,  John Michael born 14th August 1992 in UK and Gypsy Lee born 7th February 2000 in UK. In 2006 Stevie  lives in thecottage at Ox Lane Farm. Shaun Dylon born ?   is married and lives in Blackpool? There are 2 children, Conner born 12th October 1998 and a baby girl born ??. Sharon Michelle  born12th August 1971 has 2 children but is not married.  Lewis Raymond born 27th December 2003 and Katie Michelle born 26th November 2005. Stephen now lives with his partner Shirley (nee Barkham) in Rastrick Brighouse.

 JAMES EDWARD was born at Ox Lane Farm on 21.9.1945 . He was  drowned in the Old Mill dam at Moor Lane aged six years  on September 13th 1952. and was buried in Netherthong graveyard on September 17th 1952 in Grave No 451 (or H51) with Brian Roebuck (Age two years) and Mam & Dad. ( details of the accident are in the Roebuck chapter ).

 MICHAEL –   Michael was born at Princess Royal Maternity Hospital in Huddersfield on 17.8.57. In 2006 he lives with Lynne Cooper, born 1966, in Marsden and  they have four  beautiful blonde daughters named: Zoe born1992,  Amy born1993,  Jodie born1995 and Chloe born1999 (Chloe was severely brain damaged at birth). Michael also has a son called Shane Cooper born 1987. Shane is married to Charlene Dixon born1989 and  they have two children, Cody born 2010 and  Casey born 2006.

 BRENDA                married                         ALAN  QUARMBY

20.1.1943             5.10.1963                           24. 9.1945

 BRENDA was born at Ox Lane Farm on 20.1.43 and married Alan Quarmby of Armitage Bridge,Huddersfield on 5th October 1963 at Wilshaw Parish Church. She was divorced on  29.12.1978 and had one son, Simon Hirst Quarmby born 27.11.1965.  She later lived with one Stephen Angell until 1994 (son of Hilda and George Angell of Rawmarsh, Rotherham) and  they were co-founders of the Entertainment Agency, Angle Entertainments in about 1977 They had one son, Shaun S.Angell born15.5.1973. Brenda lived firstly at 37, Golcar Brow Road.Meltham, followed by a short spell at RAF Finningley and then for 27 years at Rose Cottage,High Street,Braithwell,near Rotherham. She aas an Entertainment Agent and retired in 2002 and now lives at 10, Broom Close,Tickhill,Doncaster. ( She never re-married !!!).

 SIMON HIRST was born 27.11.65 in St.Lukes Hospital, Huddersfield and was the son of Brenda and  Alan Quarmby, who later divorced in 29.12.78. He is married to Claire Goodgrove with three daughters, Hayley born 16.10.92 and Mya born 15.6.99. Shannon was lost at birth on 26.11.1997.  They live in Braithwell near Rotherham. Simon and  Claire were married at Maltby Parish Church on 14th September 1991,  divorced and  later re-married each other on 15th July 2000 at Braithwell Parish Church. Simon is an Entertainment Agent/Promoter and became President of the Agents’ Association of Great Britain in 2011..

 HAYLEY DANIELLE born 16.10.1992  Academically clever and went to Maltby Academy and Wickersley College.He started at Leeds University in 2011 studying Mathematics.

 SHANNON born 26.11.1997 and died the same day.26.11.1997  He is buried in Braithwell churchyard, South Yorkshire.

 MYA PAIGE born 15.6.1999  She is a very good Gymnast ,is good at School ( Malrby Hill Top Jnr./ Maltby Academy)  and  has the makings of being a model !!!

 SHAUN STVAN   born 15.5.73 Son of Brenda Quarmby and  Stephen Angell. He married Victoria Butcher, born 10.4.1972, in the Dominican Republic on 21 September .1998 and they have a son, Samuel, born 16th April 2002 in Rotherham District Hospital. They live in Maltby, near.Rotherham. Shaun is a brilliant golfer and wins many national competitions. He was in the British Army (Sphinx Troop 59 (Asten) Bty 1st Royal Artillery 1993 – 1997). He now works as an Entertainment Agent for Angle Entertainments (an Agency set up by his Mother Brenda & Father Stephen  c.1977)

 SAMUEL born16.4.2002   He is a good scholar, practising golfer and footballer and is   to his X-Box. Also a practising footballer. He moved to Maltby Academy 2012 from Maltby Hilltop Junior School.

Combined School feasts/festivals ,Village feasts, carnivals.

 

In this chapter I have decided to include reports and photographs of all the various feasts, jubilee celebrations and carnivals held in the village.  I have listed them below in the order they appear in this chapter.

1. Combined Schools Feast/ Village Feast / Netherthong Feast/ Netherthong Sing. The titles can be a bit confusing but they are as reported.

2. Annual Hospital Day.

3. Carnival

4.   1919 Peace Celebrations ( also included in WW chapter ) and the 1945 WW2 Victory celebrations.

5. Silver Jubilee celebrations for George V in May 1935.

Combined School’s Feast/ Village Feast

The annual combined school feasts were one of the most important dates in the village calendar. The scholars of the Sunday Schools of the Wesleyan Church, the Zion Methodist Church and All Saints Parish Church would gather together in Towngate and led by a local brass or silver band would form a procession which would wend its way round the village followed by parents, teachers and residents. They would return to Towngate where the scholars  would go back to their respective churches for a meal after which they would all meet up again in a field to play games and sports and listen to music. Initially the Wesleyan and United Methodists Sunday Schools combined to hold their annual festivals with the Parish Church running its own annual festival. The first one according to the Holmfirth Express was in June 1907 but the Huddersfield Examiner for May 1861 carried a report that the Sunday School scholars of the Parish Church and the Wesleyan Chapel met at All Saints and, led by the parochial constables and the Holmfirth Rifle Corps Band, visited several houses before returning back to Townsgate and separating to their own classrooms for tea. Just to add to the confusion , the June 1862 issue reported that Whit Monday was a great day in the village. The Sabbath school scholars of the Church, Old Wesleyans and Reformers assembled and headed by bands of music marched in procession through the district and the teachers and scholars of the various schools partook of tea with the evening being spent in an agreeable manner. The report in the paper for 1863 used , to all intents and purposes, exactly the same words as for the previous year.  There was no record for 1908 and 1909 but in 1910 the procession was led by Hepworth Silver Prize Band. At the 1911 festival the Wesleyan and  Methodist schools, preceded by Honley Brass Band and headed by Revs. J.Keddie and S.Brown plus J.D.Hosin and Sister Maud, went to Deanhouse Workhouse and also visited Upper and Lower Oldfield where stops were made to sing hymns. Tea was provided in the respective schools and each scholar received a cake. A gala was held in the evening and several of the ‘boys’ who had returned from their military duties took place. A comment was made that it was hoped that all three schools would join together. This would not happen for a further ten years. There was no report for a festival in 1912 but in May 1913 it took place with the Honley Brass Band leading the procession. No reports for 1916,1917 and 1918  but in 1919 several of the soldiers who had returned from the war took part. The last of the festivals was in 1920 , the procession followed its usual route but the gala in the evening had to be cancelled due to the weather. 

 This now led to the first joint feast being  held in 1921 and it continued annually until 1958 when initially , with the closure of the Wesley Chapel,  the Zion Church and All Saints kept the tradition going. When the Zion Church closed its doors, the annual event changed its name to the Village Feast but was also referred to as  the School Feast , the Sing and School Feast and the Netherthong Feast and Walk. This in turn was replaced by the Netherthong Carnival with children from the school and Sunday school taking part. In addition the Netherthong Village Feast Committee laid on entertainments for the senior citizens’ teas which were normally held in December. Their very first ever feast was held in November 1973.

The 1974 Village Feast was held on June 22. Hinchliffe Mill Band led the procession via St.Mary’s Estate and Deanhouse down to Netherfield and The Oval before returning to sing hymns outside the Parish Church. After tea everyone joined in the sports and for the very first time a disco was held in the Day School. Another new event was a film show for the U-11s in the Zion Chapel. The 1978 School Feast consisted of a procession round the village followed by hymn singing outside the Parish church. Tea was provided for the children but the sports had to be cancelled due to weather. Hinchliffe Mill Band played in the church after tea and a cartoon show and disco finished off the event.

    The Express referred a ‘Netherthong Sing’. Led by the Hinchliffe Mill Band under their conductor, Mr.J.Wood, a procession of children and adults set out from the school for the annual Sing and School Feast. Stops were made at Dean Avenue, Wesley Avenue, St.Mary’s Estate and Deanhouse to sing popular hymns. At Netherfield they sang at the pensioners’ bungalows and then made their way up to the Church. Between 150-160 children sat down for tea in the school but the customary sports had to be postponed to Monday due to the rain.

The first United/Combined School feast was held in July 1921 and marked a new era in the religious and social life of the village. Hinchliffe Mill Prize Band led the procession of scholars of the three Sunday Schools from Towngate  to Deanhouse and Deanhouse Institution, Hagg, Thongs Bridge and Fearnought with lots of hymns being sung at the Institution. They visited Holme Valley Hospital before returning to the village through the fields. Teas were provided in the respective schools and then a gala was held in a field near the National School. The Superintendents of the schools were, Rev.H.Hind, H.Mellor and S.Butterworth for the Parish Church, G.Ricketts, A.Buckley and J.Charlesworth for the United Methodist and Wm.Froggatt, W.Wagstaff, Miss Brigg and Miss Leach for the Wesley Church. There were 295 teachers and scholars associated with the schools.

The format for successive feasts followed a similar pattern so what I have done is to record the years they were held and make any additional comments as applicable.

1922 – bad weather so the evening was spent in National School.  1923 – the field was lent by John Moorhouse.  1924 – no report in Express.  1925 – no report in Express. 1926 – for the first time it was reported that the scholars of Oldfield Mission took part .   1927 – activities curtailed due to bad weather. 1928- Large crowds. Hinchliffe Brass band.  1929 – for the first time the Holme Silver Band replaced the Hinchliffe Mill Band and the Girl Guides joined the procession.  1930 – Holme Silver Band.   1931.   1932 – the field was lent by Mr.A.Russell. 1933 –  the Express referred to it as the 13th. festival which would indicate that feasts had been  held in 1924 and 1925 but not reported. The  Hinchliife Mill Prize Band were back to lead the procession but bad weather curtailed the outdoor activities so the social evening was spent in the National School.   1934.  1935.  1936, the 16th. festival was headed by Holme Valley Silver Band. 1937.  1938.  1939. 1940. 1941 was the 21st. festival and every student received a gift of 3d.  1942. 1943 – no report.  1944 – no report.  1945 – no report but there was a combined village Field day effort in August in support of the local Comforts Fund which proved to be the most successful held in the area and takings were more than £180. 1946 .  1947 – called the 27th. by the Express  which again indicated that festivals had been held, but not reported in 1943, 1944 and 1945.  1948 and 1949 saw another band , Hepworth Silver Prize band, lead the procession which had started to include a stop at Oaklands, Home for the Blind.When they arrived back at Towngate they sang ‘ The Lord’s my Shepherd ‘ in memory of those villagers who had died during the past year. The field was lent by Mrs. E. Hobson.  1950 – the evening gala was held in a field at Deanhouse. 1951 was the 31st.anniversary and the procession stopped and sung hymns for Mrs.Clegg of Somerfield Cottage and Mrs. Batley of the Meadows both of whom were confined to their homes by sickness. Mrs.E.Mortimer conducted the singing.  1952 – no records. 1953 – Hinchliffe Mill Band. 1954. 1955 – 35th. 1956.1957. 1958- due to the closure of the Wesleyan Chapel and their Sunday School the procession was led by the Parish Church and Zion Methodist but because of  the bad weather the evening was spent in the Day school – it then became known as the Village Feast. 1959 – the gala and sports were held in a field at Deanhouse lent by Mr.K.Sykes. 1960. 1961- after having been secretary of the feast for the previous 40 years, Thomas Dyson resigned due to ill health and his place was taken by J.Preece.1962 – the feast attracted the largest attendances for many years and the event proved a great success. Tea was supplied to 160 children under 16 at the Zion School. The report added that the bandsmen were provided with tea at the Clothiers and the Cricketers. 1963 – attracted a record attendance in ideal weather. 1964 – Rev. Turner spoke to the large assembly and also gave the benediction. There were no reports for 1965.  1966 – teas provided for 140 children. 1967 – the sports were postponed due to the bad weather but Hinchliffe Band under Mr.Haigh played in the Sunday School. The sports were held on the Monday in the Day School playing fields.

 

United Free Church & Wesleyan Joint Sunday schools procession 1907 in Town Square.
United Free Church & Wesleyan Joint Sunday schools procession 1907 in Town Square.

 

mm23. Combined school feast in Towngate 1934
mm23. Combined school feast in Towngate 1934
mm25. Combined school feast in Towngate
mm25. Combined school feast in Towngate
Combined School Feast 1949
Combined School Feast 1949
Combined school feast 1952
Combined school feast 1952

 

Village Feast 1976
Village Feast 1976

 The 1976 Village Feast was also reported as  the Netherthong Feast and the Hinchliffe Band led the procession via Giles Street, Dean Avenue, St.Marys, Deanhouse, New Road and Netherfield back to All Saints where there was a united sing conducted by Mr.J.Wood. Devotional duties were given by Rev. John Capstick, vicar, and Rev. John Beech the Methodist minister. The marshalls , under the direction of the police, were Mr. Wallace Gale and Mr. Barry Lee and tea was provided for the band and the children.  The entertainment included races, a film show in the school and a disco.

 Children in period costumes and fancy dress took part in a procession with Queen Beverley Livesey, scouts, clubs and guides to open the 1977 Village Carnival. Beverley was attended by the deputy-queen, Deborah Peebles and Helen Dickinson, Heidi Lockwood and a page boy named Mark Bull. A large crowd enjoyed games in the school field and there were races, tombola, rolling pennies, goal kicking and smashing crockery. The judges for the fancy dress were Mrs.V.Sanderson, Mrs. E.B.Kaye and Mr.C.V.Sykes. Other events included a cartoon show, a picnic tea and a whist drive and dancing in the evening.

Jubilee Celebrations 1977
Jubilee Celebrations 1977

The Jubilee year was given a rousing send-off in December when uniformed organisations in the village arranged a jubilee carol sing in the Zion chapel with poetry, songs and the story of Christmas. During the evening a chief scout award was presented to Jonathan Whitaker of the Netherthong Group. Among the special guests was Beverley Livesey, the village jubilee queen, who was attending her last official engagement. The guest artistes were members of the Good News Choir from Brockholes.

The School Feast procession in 1979 was unfortunately  cut short due to the bad weather. Led by the Hinchliffe Mill Band ( see photo below ), it left the Clothiers Arms and proceeded round the village until it reached the site of the former St.Mary’s Hospital  when the walkers had to make a hasty rush back to the parish church. Tea was served to over 100 children in the village school. The following day, Flower Sunday, the flower queen , Susan Mullinger and her attendants, Holly Earnshaw and Sally Horne, were guests of honour at the morning service.

School Feast procession 1979

Annual Hospital Day

 The Express carried the following  large advertisement in July 1920 for the very first  Netherthong and District Hospital Field Day

 ‘A procession headed by Hade Edge Prize Band will be formed at the National School at 2pm. and march around the district and visit Deanhouse Instution. Fancy Dress Parade during the afternoon. 1st. and 2nd. prizes for Adult’s fancy costume , Adult comic costumes and Day School children. Public Tea in the National School at 4.30, Adults 1/1  and Day School children 8d ( sugar provided ). Grand Gala in field kindly lent by Mr.John Moorhouse. Hade Edge Prize Band will play selections and dance music. Various attractions including Bowling at Wickets, Football, Kicking, Quoits, Novelty Sports etc. No hawkers allowed on the field. Sweet stall etc. managed by Committee. Admission to field by Collection’.

The report in the paper said that it had been a great success and mentioned the two judges of the fancy dress, Miss Bertha Sykes and Miss Helen Floyd. It went on to add that Netherthong had always been noted for the way it gave itself up to festival rejoicings. Two Royal Jubilees in 1883 and 1887. two Royal Coronations in 1901 and 1910 and the two peace rejoicings in 1857 and 1919.

The next reported Hospital Day was for July 29 1922. The procession was headed by the Hade Edge Brass Band and marched all round the district, including a visit to the Deanhouse Institution , and the singing of  hymns at various places on route. There was a Fancy Dress parade in the afternoon with prizes given for Adults Fancy Costumes, Adults Comic Costumes and Day School children. The first prize was 10/- and the second prize 5/-.  A public tea was held in the National School and the prices had been reduced since the 1920 event to Adults 1/- and Day school scholars 6d. The Grand Gala followed a similar pattern to 1920.

 The next Annual Hospital Day was held on August 1924 and began with a procession, led by Hepworth Silver Prize Band, which formed at the National School and marched round the village and visited Deanhouse Institution. There was a Fancy Dress parade with lots of prizes and the ” special local police force ” were on duty.  A public tea was held at 4.30 with adults paying 1/- and Day School scholars 6d. The Grand Gala had music and stalls, Miss Wimpenny was in charge of the Sweet Stall and C.Hart sold ice-creams.  At the meeting of the Hospital Day Committee, Mr.J.Jackson detailed the receipts and payments for the day which gave a balance of £21 , £20 of which was given to the Memorial Hospital and £1 put to reserve. A Party and Gala was held in the village at Lydgate Farm on behalf of the Holme Valley Memorial Hospital’s £500 building extension fund. A fancy -dress procession , headed by Marsden Boy’s Band, marched round the village which had been decorated for the event. There were side-shows and character readings by Madam Ethelred plus singing by the Netherthong MVC. £45 was raised.

Carnival

The special celebrity guest at the 1990 Carnival was Jean Fergusson better known as Marina from the last of the Summer Wine television series.She was joined on one of the floats by the church flower queen, Emma Midwood, her successor Charlotte Smith and their attendants. Children from the choir and the Sunday school took part and floats made their way round the village leaving the school and finishing at Deanhouse. The top photograph shows Ted Marston receiving a short back and sides from Miss Holme Valley Express, Heather Styring. Also pictured was Jean Fergusson and carnival organiser Barry Lee. The lower photograph shows many of the children in fancy dress.

 

Carnival June 1990
Carnival June 1990

The next set of 4 photographs show some of the floats from the above carnival.

 

Floats at the carnival 1990.
Floats at the carnival 1990.

1919 Peace Rejoicings

The news of the armistice reached Netherthong about 11am on the Monday morning but it was not fully confirmed until the flag was raised at Deanhouse Institution  by order of the master, Mr.F.E.Rowbothan. This was followed by flags being hoisted at Deanhouse Mills, the Church,the Schools, Holmleigh, the Manor House and many cottages in Netherthong and Deanhouse. Merry peals were rung on the church bell by Oswald Sykes, Arthur Wimpenny and Robert Gill.

Peace rejoicings were not held on the official day, July 19, but were postponed for a week. The official day however did not pass unrecognized with flags floating gaily on public buildings, mills, workshops and cottages and, at three hours intervals, the Parish Church  bell was rung. In the evening a bonfire and flares were lighted at Wolfstones Height by kind permission of Mr.Hampshire followed by a display of rockets and fireworks under the superintendence of Mr. Harry Mellor and assistants.

The following report on the celebrations on the Saturday is taken from the Express and I have put it in parenthesis so as to maintain the tense and the style of the reporting used. … ” Saturday was the children’s and old folks’ day and one which will be long remembered by the youth in the Parish in years to come as was the peace rejoicing day in 1852 by the old folks. The village was en fete for the occasion for, in addition to the flags that were still flying from the previous Saturday. the village was ablaze with brightly coloured bunting, Union Jacks, bannerettes and Chinese lanterns strung across the streets thanks to Mrs. Floyd of Roseleigh and Joseph Woodhead, Green Cottage, for their generous gifts of much of the material used. Town Gate was simply stunning. The only mark of sadness in all the decorations was the laurel leaf mounted on a Union Jack and surmounted by a gilded crown at the entrance to the Churchyard in honour of the brave and loyal lads who have made the great sacrifice. Deanhouse was not far behind in its spirit and among its beautiful decorations was an effigy of the fallen exile ” The All Highest ” hanging from the arm of  a lampost on Deanhouse Hill and which, in the course of the evening fittingly paid its due penalty in the ascending smoke and burning ashes falling to the ground to be contemptuously  trodden underfoot.

The day’s proceedings commenced with merry peals ringing from the church bell at 12 am and 1.30pm. The children from the Day school, the Parish Church, Free Church, Wesleyan Church and Oldfield Mission Church Sunday schools assembled in the Day school yard and were marshalled into marching-order by Harry Mellor, Edward Dyson, Ben Gill, Albert Wimpenny, James Hy Mallinson, Harry Mallinson, Corporal J.Marsden and Private Albert Hobson and marched up to Town Gate where they met the demobilised and discharged soldiers under the command of Captain C.S.Floyd, members of the WMC and Free Gardeners plus a large gathering of the general public. A short service of thanksgiving was conducted by Rev.H.Hind and hymns were sung accompanied by the Holme Valley band conducted by Sergeant Tom Wood. A large  procession was formed and, headed by P.C.Denton, Mr.B.Eastwood and A.F.Sykes, marched to the Deanhouse Institute  and then back to the village.The sing in  Town Gate , listened to by a large concourse of people , would long be remembered.

On returning to the Day school, about 350 children were regaled with a sumptuous tea of bread and butter, sweet cakes, crackers etc. the trays  presided over by Misses E.Wilson, E.Cousen, A.Woodhead, A.Hart, A.Whitehead, L.Boothroyd, S.Briggs, M.Eastwood, Marion Woodhead and Elsie Woodhead. The old people, along with the soldiers and their wives ,were treated to a knife and fork tea consisting of roast ham and ox-tongue, bread and butter, almond tea-cakes and 18 other varieties of confectionery supplied by Miss Mitchell. The trays were presided over by Mrs.Floyd ( Roseleigh ), Mrs.Hinchliffe ( Oaklands ), Mrs.Mellor ( Holmleigh ), Mrs.Jackson ( Manor House ) , Mrs.Brookes ( The Hagg ) and Mrs.Craig ( Thongs Bridge House ).  Among those sitting down were five octogenarians, Mrs.Bower, Mrs. Russell, Mrs. Eastwood and Mr.& Mrs. J. Armitage all of whom had taken part in in three peace rejoicings, two Royal Jubilees and two Coronations. 

The evening from 6 to 10.30 was spent in a field, kindly lent by Mr.J.Moorhouse of the Clothiers, and a large crowd enjoyed watching the parade of the fancy dress competitors and  the judging , the sports and the music by the Holme Band.

There was a large range of sporting activities and the  winners of the various sports were. Flat races, Boys 5-7 – Lloyd Swallow & Reggie Mallinson.  Girls 5-7 – Blanche Hall and Hilda Hallas.  Boys 7-9 – Ronald Ricketts and George Davidson.  Girls 7-9 – Edna Smith & Elsie Chambers.  Boys 9-11 – Bernard Daniel & Ronald Knutton.  Boys 11-13 – Robert Buckley & Frank Day.  Boys over  14 – Eric Rusby & Harry Charlesworth.  3-legged race – Boys 9-11 – Bernard Daniel & Ronald Knutton. Egg & Spoon – girls 9-11 – Phyllis Brook & Cora Charlesworth. Egg & Spoon – girls over 11 – Gertrude Marsden & Sarah Brook.Thread & Needle race – girls 9-11 – Cora Charlesworth & Marjorie Hall. Obstacle race – boys 11-13 – Frank Day & Raymond Hall.  Boot race – boys under 14 – Cyril Dufton & Ryder Dyson. Skipping competition – under 10 – Elsie Chamber & Edna Smith. Under 14 – Phyllis Brook & Marjorie Hall.  Senior skipping – Elsie Batley. Fancy skipping – Edna Smith.  Tandem race – girls over 14 – Gertrude Marsden, Dora Woodhead & Aurelia Batley. The fancy dress winners were : Ronald Settle, Reggie Hirstle , Cora Charlesworth,Alice Turner, Marjorie Hart,Eileen Knutson,Marion Woodhead and nellie Wilkinson.

A large bonfire had been built at Wolfstone Heights , by kind permission of Mr. Hampshire who owned the highest point. Messrs. A.Dixon, H.Mellor, J.Mallinson,W.Wagstaff, A.Wimpenny, H.Wimpenny and F.Harper built an enormous beacon. Seen from the village it looked like a tower.  In the evening  there was a beautiful, never –to-be-forgotten, sunset. As the hour for lighting approached one could see  beacons on Holme Moss, Nabscliffe ( Shepley ) with  lots more visible in the distance. At the start a rocket was sent up and then one of the giant Admiralty flares which made the whole hill as day. As the flare burnt, the rain came down in torrents. The National Anthem was sung and Corporal Charlie Ricketts, who had served in the South African war and the present war, lit the bonfire and the huge pile became a mass of flame. It reminded the old stagers of the bonfire in 1887 in the village which burned for a week. The cost of all the festivities were defrayed by public subscription.

In the midst of all the celebrations  Deanhouse Poor Law Institution  was not forgotten and the Guardians granted extra fare for “ Peace Day “. Mr. and Mrs. Beavis prepared a most sumptious menu for the patients, breakfast, dinner and tea with entertainment to finish.

 

Peace Celebration July 26 1919
Peace Celebration
July 26 1919

 1945 Victory Celebrations.

The celebrations were an unqualified success. In the afternoon the Rev. Black conducted a short service of thanksgiving in the Zion Chapel and the children were entertained by Professor Lawson and his Punch & Judy show. After the concert everyone moved to the County School which had been gaily decorated and the tables laid for tea. After tea each child received a 2/6 savings stamp and a special greetings card. At 6pm Hepworth Silver Prize Band assembled at the war memorial and, to the lights of burning torches, led a procession to the bonfire. The official act of lighting the fire was carried out by 79 year old John Brook of Deanhouse, who was the oldest inhabitant in the village. The firework display was organised by Mr.W.V.Gledhill and the community singing was led by A.Buckley. Roasted potatoes, sandwiches and parkin were passed around and a set of lancers danced in the road brought the celebrations to an end.

And now for a procession with a lot of difference. In October 1976, Karen Appleyard’s glockenspiel roused many sleepy Netherthong residents and created a stir among the grazing cattle and horses when the Holme Valley Majorettes Pipe and Drum Band led the ‘Fantasia Parade ( 4th. Annual Holmfirth Youth Fantasia  ) between Netherfields Estate and All Saint’s Parish Church.  Brownies, Guides, Cub Scouts and Scouts from all the local groups formed part of the parade. A youth service was conducted in the Church by the Rev.J.Capstick. Everyone returned to Holmfirth and members of the Netherthong Scouts put on a comedy show in the Holmfirth Civic Hall.

And now for an event that doesn’t fall into any of the above happenings. In February 1877, a public tea was provided in the National School when about 300 persons sat down and the trays were presided over by ladies of the district, The concert that followed was well attended and the artistes included Huddersfield Orpheus Prize Quartet Party whose members were Messrs. Halstead, Lunn, Bridgewood and Marshall. Messrs. J.Eastwood, D.Coldwell and R.Eastwood sang songs and Miss Dickenson was the accompanist. No reason was given why the event was held.

6. George V Silver Jubilee 1935.

Preparation for the Jubilee celebrations started in April with a well attended meeting, presided over by Cllr. F .Lockwood,  to make plans for the day in May. In the morning the children would travel by bus to the Holme Valley Theatre for a cinema entertainment. There  would be a procession led by the Hade Edge Prize Band. Each of the three places of worship in the village would select a hymn. There would be free tea for the children in the National School and a tea for the public at the usual prices, A gala and sports would be held in the field at the top of the village and all the children in the parish, up to the age of 14 years,   would be presented with a souvenir mug. All the villages organised their own celebrations and programmes for each village were printed in the May 4 issue of the Express. The finalised details for Netherthong were: 9.30am – special buses would be at Towngate to convey the children to and fro from Holme Valley Picturedrome.  1.30pm – procession from the day school and headed by Hade Edge Band to visit St. Mary’s Hospital, Deanhouse and back to Towngate.  3.00pm – service at All Saints Church conducted by Rev.H.Hind. 4.00pm – tea in the Day School. All children free, adults 9d each. 5.30pm. Gala and sports in the field at the top of Netherthong lane. 9.30pm.- Fireworks display at Wolfstone Heights.  10.00pm – Bonfire lit at Wolfstone Heights by the oldest residents of Netherthong and Upperthong.

The day was a great success with over 800 people sitting down to tea when they had an appetising meal of ham and tongue with bread, butter and cakes. The bonfire gave an enormous blaze and spectators could also see the bonfire at Cliffe.