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1901 Census for Netherthong Part 2

 I had  taken the information from the 1901 census for Netherthong and, it wasn’t until I had uploaded it into my web site, that I had a feeling it wasn’t complete. I looked back through the whole census data for the area and found that the Ecclesiastical Parish for All Saints was listed under the Civil Parish for Honley. I have included this information under Part 2 and the places include Holmroyd Nook, Miry Lane, Deanhouse, Deanbrook, Hagg and Upper and Lower Oldfield.

NAME POSITION STATUS AGE OCCUPATION BIRTHPLACE ADDRESS
Samuel Brigg Head m 54 foreman Sutton Holmroyd Nook
Ann wife m 51 Greenhow Hill
Sarah d s 22 dressmaker Meltham
Whitaker s s 18 joiner/builder Netherthong
Charles s s 16 Electrical Engineer Netherthong
Albert s s 13 Netherthong
Agnes d s 11 Netherthong
William Shore Head m 59 farmer Netherthong
Alvary wife m 60 Holmfirth
George s s 21 spinner Holmfirth
Fred s s 15 finisher Banbury
Annie d s 12 Banbury
Willie Noble Head m 32 postman Honley
Betty wife m 36 Halifax
Mary d s 7 Slaithwaite
Sam s s 4 Saddleworth
Herbert s s 1 Thongsbridge
William Blacour boarder s 33 ?? Chester
Reuben Bretton Head m 44 Weaver Netherthong Miry Lane Bottom
Alice wife m 43 Thongsbridge
Tom s s 12 Thongsbridge
Joe Hinchliffe Head m 30 Weaver Upperthong
Harriet wife m 27 warper Scotland
Ellen Child s in law s 22 velvet cutter Oxford
George Child br in law s 12 Oxford
Joseph Settle Head m 46 stationary engineer Leeds Deanhouse
Emily wife m 36 Huddersfield
Annie d s 20 cotton tender Huddersfield
Edith d s 11 Huddersfield
Elsie d s 4 Netherthong
Joseph Bottomley Head s 69 farm servant Holme
William Hobson Head m 52 Weaver Honley
Sarah wife m 60 Upperthong
Harry s s 25 farmer Honley
John s s 20 finisher Honley
George s s 21 warp twister Honley
Wimpenny s s 14 piecer Honley
Harriet Senior Smith Head s 71 living on own means Thurstonland
William Dufton Head m 43 house painter Yorkshire
Ruth wife m 45 Netherthong
Harry s s 21 Fuller Huddersfield
Laura d s 20 Yarn comber Huddersfield
Willie s s 18 piecer Huddersfield
Eleanor d s 13 Huddersfield
Caroline Hobson Head w 45 Sussex
Jane d s 23 Weaver Upperthong
Samuel s s 20 woolen teaser Upperthong
Tom s s 18 finisher Upperthong
Arthur s s 14 piecer Upperthong
Percy s s 10 Honley
Beatrice d s 8 Honley
Lottie d s 5 Honley
John Armitage Head m 62 newsagent Netherthong
Sarepla wife m 65 Kirkburton
Sarah d s 36 winder Netherthong
Thomas s s 28 Weaver Netherthong
Helen g/d s 20 milliner Netherthong
Philip Stansfield Head w 40 Weaver Honley
Mary d s 16 cloth inker Honley
Gertrude d s 11 Honley
Amy d s 8 Honley
Ramsden Beaumont Head m 28 fulling miller Holmfirth
Annie wife m 30 New Mill
Arthur s s 5 New Mill
Walter s s 4 New Mill
Edith d s 1 Honley
Thomas Eastwood Head m 61 Weaver Honley
Ann wife m 42 Honley
Hannah Hinchliffe Head w 87 Honley
Harriet d s 61 Holmfirth
Edward Stansfield Head w 65 Innkeeper Lancashire
Mary Goddard d m 38 Inn waitress Honley
sarah Stansfield d s 36 dressmaker Honley
John Goddard g/s s 14 Honley
Ann Hoyle Head w 63 Netherthong
Emily Britton d m 36 warper Honley
Evelyn Britton g/d s 15 winder Honley
John Armitage Head m 34 dyers labourer Netherthong
Zilkah wife m 34 Wooldale
Norman s s 10 Netherthong
Edith d s 7 Honley
Annie d s 5 Honley
Albert Preston Head m 34 Weaver Honley
Alice wife m 32 Upperthong
Arthur s s 6 Upperthong
Harold s s 1 Honley
Godfrey Ricketts Head m 55 Weaver Netherthong
Mary wife m 49 New Mill
Fred s s 18 spinner Netherthong
Harry s s 18 piecer Netherthong
David s s 4 Netherthong
John Mallinson Head m 28 spinner Netherthong
Sarah wife m 29 comb feeder Holmfirth
Thomas Dufton Head m 23 stone mason lab. Huddersfield
Ellen Child wife m 21 Huddersfield
George s s <1m Honley
Barzilla Senior Head m 54 Weaver Denby Dale
Ann wife m 46 New Mill
Elizabeth Kenyon Head w 49 New Mill
John s s 22 Weaver Honley
Joshua s s 20 Weaver Netherthong
Alice d s 18 mender Netherthong
Herbert s s 18 piecer Netherthong
Florence d s 13 doffer Honley
Ethel d s 10 Honley
John Charlesworth Head m 33 farmer Fulstone
Alice wife m 31 Weaver Honley
Hannah Bottomley Head w 60 farmer Netherthong New Laithe Farm
Tom Wild servant s 23 cattleman Netherthong
Fred Bray servant s 20 cattleman Netherthong
John Moorhouse s in law m 33 farmer Netherthong
Clara Moorhouse d s 35 Netherthong
Lily Moorhouse g/d s 11 Netherthong
Ethel Moorhouse g/d s 9 Honley
John Moorhouse g/son s 4 Honley
Henry Moorhouse g/son s 6m Honley
Thomas Roebuck Head w 71 Weaver Almondbury Deanhouse
Rachel d s 50 Weaver Almondbury
Eliza d s 45 Weaver Almondbury
Luke s s 33 Weaver Almondbury
John Illingworth Head m 41 finisher Lockwood
Mary wife m 43 Bracebridge
Emily d s 17 finisher Netherthong
Bertha d s 14 cotton doffer Netherthong
Ellen d s 10 Netherthong
Elizabeth d s 4m Netherthong
Hugh Swallow Head m 29 Power loom tuner Netherthong
Frank s s 4 Honley
Tom Brook Head m 36 stone mason lab. New Mill
Mary wife m 34 mender Netherthong
Florence d s 8 Honley
Joe Mosley Head m 40 finisher Shelley
Janet wife m 35 Longwood
Thomas s s 14 piecer Berry Brow
Frederick s s 12 Honley
Violet d s 9 Huddersfield
Leonard s s 7 Netherthong
Annie d s 5 Netherthong
James s s 3 Netherthong
Hilda d s 1 Netherthong
Benjamin Lindley Head w 66 Weaver Cartworth
Sarah Lindley d s 28 twister Honley
George Senior s in law m 44 dyer Honley
Jane Senior sister m 43 Scholes
Joe Senior nephew s 15 grocers assistant Honley
Edith Senior niece s 10 Honley
Ben Senior nephew s 8 Honley
Gertrude Senior niece s 2 Honley
Joseph Swallow Head w 67 Power loom tuner Upperthong
Alice d s 39 Holmfirth
Ada d s 23 clothes inker Netherthong
Ellen d s 8 Netherthong
Hannah Dytch Head w 55 Honley
Sarah d s 22 knotter Honley
Arthur s s 17 shop assistant Honley
Joe s s 14 piecer Honley
Joseph Rusby Head m 49 road labourer Netherthong
Ann wife m 45 Holmfirth
Sam s s 22 stone sawyer Honley
Agnes Fitton Head w 43 Wooldale
Helena Woodhouse d m 23 mender Honley
Edwin Woodhouse s in law m 25 blacksmith Netherthong
Fred Castle Head m 77 retired weaver Scholes
Harriet wife m 80 Thurstonland
Fred Kenyon Head m 48 Weaver Netherthong
Emma wife m 47 Honley
Tom s s 20 scourer Honley
Mary d s 15 warp twister Honley
Catherine d s 13 Honley
George Hobson Head m 52 Weaver Honley
Amelia wife m 50 Honley
Martha d s 23 warp twister Honley
Sarah Hinchliffe Head s 37 mender Netherthong
Mary Seddon Head w 70 Cawthorne
Norman Haigh g/son s 14 piecer Wooldale
Mary Eleanor Haigh Head w 33 dressmaker Lockwood Dean Brook
Hubert s s 11 Brighouse
Agnes d s 9 Wooldale
John Moorhouse Head m 46 Weaver Netherthong
Mary wife m 45 Honley
Ellen d s 14 mender Honley
Fred s s 13 piecer Honley
Elsie d s 11 Honley
Ben s s 8 Honley
Thos.P.Taylor Head m 53 works manager Middlesex
Emma wife m 58 Kent
Joseph s s 26 dyer Middlesex
John s s 18 spinner Halifax
Sarah d s 16 cloth inker Halifax
Arthur s s 12 Halifax
Isabella Fleet? Head w 48 Thirsk
Thomas s s 17 gardener Thirsk
Lily d s 15 twister Thirsk
Ehel d s 11 Thirsk
Joseph Dickson Head m 34 overlooker Scotland
Elizabeth wife m 36 Scotland
Ronald s s 7 Marsden
Judith Mellor Head s 64 living on own means Netherthong The Hagg
Mary niece s 43 living on own means Holmfirth
Smith Littlewood Head m 43 Weaver Brockholes Hagg Lane
Mary wife m 46 Wooldale
Evelyn Eastwood step/d s 20 Weaver Honley
Ernest Littlewood s s 11 Honley
Wilfred s s 6 Honley
Denis s s 1 Honley
Joseph Hobson Head s 50 farm labourer Netherthong
James Lockwood Head m 46 cloth miller Holmfirth Hagg Leys
Mary wife m 40 Honley
Brook s s 18 Honley
Fred s s 13 Netherthong
Albert s s 11 Netherthong
Norman s s 9 Netherthong
Willie s s 7 Netherthong
Kenyon s s 1 Netherthong
Joe Charlesworth Head m 33 Carder Netherthong Hagg Farm
Emily wife m 34 Farnley Tyas
Evelyn d s 7 Honley
Ida d s 6 Honley
Harold s s 3 Thurstonland
Bertha d s 9m Honley
Joe Barley Head m 35 spinner Wooldale
Sarah wife m 33 Crosland
Norman s s 5 Thurstonland
Tom Beaumont Head m 35 finisher Upperthong
Annie wife m 32 Netherthong
Emma d s 12 Honley
Lewis s s 6 Netherthong
Harry s s 3 Netherthong
Nellie d s 1 Netherthong
Ethel s s 2m Netherthong
David Swallow Head m 34 Teamer Holmfirth
Ada wife m 34 Boston Spa
Henry s s 10 Holmfirth
Norman s s 8 Honley
James Adamson Head m 71 Sheffield
Rebecca wife m 68 Honley
John Lee b in law s 63 farm labourer Farnley Tyas
Jonathan Wood Head m 61 farmer Cartworth
Sarah wife m 61 Cartworth
Mary d s 34 Cartworth
Joseph d s 26 farmers son Cartworth
Herbert s s 20 Hepworth
Levi Battye servant s 22 farm labourer Hepworth
George Robinson Head m 48 farmer Leeds New Hagg
Hannah wife m 51 Shepley
Sarah d s 25 Shepley
John s s 24 Teamer Ackworth
Elizabeth d s 22 rag sorter Ackworth
Jane d s 21 Thurstonland
Alfred s s 16 farmers son Dalton
William s s 14 finisher Dalton
George s s 11 Honley
Mary s s 9 Honley
John Pennington Head m 52 farmer Cheshire Oldfield House
Judith wife m 54 Barnsley
Marion d s 18 Shepley
John s s 14 Durham
Ida d s 13 Durham
Frederick Hadfield Head m 45 inn keeper Derby Oldfield Star of Day Inn
Lucy wife m 40 Birkenshaw
James Bywell s s 18 inn waiter Barnsley
Gilbert s s 12 York
Hilda d s 9 York
Ann Pickles mother w 72 living on own means Birkenshaw
Charles Allkins f in law w 65 Notts
Walker Dyson Head m 58 farmer Thongsbridge Oldfield
Emma wife m 58 Holmfirth
Selina d s 32 wool comber Holmfirth
Martha d s 27 twister Honley
Hildred s s 24 farmers son Honley
William s s 20 finisher Honley
Annie Fisher Head w 40 Honley Lower Oldfield
John s s 18 dyer Honley
Annie d s 16 winder Honley
Lily d s 13 rag sorter Huddersfield
Arthur s s 11 Huddersfield
Amy d s 4 Honley
Mary d s 2 Honley
Richard Eastwood Head m 38 road labourer Huddersfield
Emma wife m 34 Honley
Eva d s 12 Honley
Nelly d s 8 Honley
Martha d s 6 Honley
Mabel d s 2 Honley
Ida Rothery boarder s 2m Honley
James Smith Head m 33 corn miller labourer Lincs
Emily wife m 35 Honley
Florence d s 16 tickler Honley
Alice d s 13 worsted doffer Honley
Luther s s 13 Honley
Clara d s 11 Honley
Ivy d s 5 Honley
Annie d s 2 Honley
Mary d s 5m Honley
Edward Coldwell Head w 57 Weaver Honley
Ellen d s 26 Honley
Eliza d s 23 winder Honley
Elizabeth d s 18 mixer Honley
Woodhouse s s 15 finisher Honley
Annie d s 15 spinner Honley
Rebecca Charlesworth Head w 73 Penistone
Mary d s 35 Fulstone
?? s s 30 scourer Fulstone
John Fawcett Head m 50 Weaver Brockholes
Janet wife m 44 Honley
Allen s s 23 Weaver Honley
John s s 19 twister Honley
Willie s s 17 wood sawyer Honley
Joe s s 16 finisher Honley
Emma d s 6 Honley
William Platt Head m 81 living on own means Netherthong
Martha wife m 81 Thurstonland
Alfred Littlewood Head m 49 Weaver Honley
Alice d s 29 reeler Honley
Julie d s 22 winder Honley
Sykes s s 18 twister Honley
Ruby d s 15 Honley
Maggie d s 13 Honley
Frank Litlewood Head m 25 twister S.Crosland
Priscilla wife m 26 S.Crosland
Nellie d s 4 S.Crosland
Annie s s 2 S.Crosland
Arthur s s 1m Honley
Harry Roebuck Head m 33 wood turner Almondbury
Emeline wife m 39 Almondbury
Fred s s 6 Almondbury
Wilfred Farrand Head m 29 brush maker Honley
Mary wife m 28 laundry hand Honley
Lily d s 4 Honley
Ruby d s 3 Honley
Samuel Farrand Head m 43 masons labourer Honley
Ambrosine wife m 44 Netherton
Ada d s 18 tenter Honley
William s s 16 finisher Honley
Florrie d s 16 cotton ticketer Honley
Martha d s 13 spinner Honley
Hilda d s 9 Honley
Noble Graham Head m 21 teamster Thongsbridge
Tiriza ?? wife m 22 Honley
Ethel d s 6m Thongsbridge
Emma Wimpenny Head w 50 grocer New Mill
Herbert s m 26 farmer Netherthong
Mary d in law m 21 Honley
Doris g/d s 1 Honley
Henry Graham Head m 61 farmer Denby Dale
Martha wife m 58 Honley
John Kenyon Head m 51 hawker in small wares Netherthong
Sarah wife m 41 S.Crosland
Elizabeth d s 22 winder Honley
Sarah d s 17 spinner Honley
Jim Hinchliffe Head w 65 farm labourer Honley
Ruth Headon d m 37 winder Honley
Mary g/d s 5 Honley
Margaret g/d s ?? Honley
Fred Graham Head m 29 farm labourer Honley
Ethel wife m 23 Barnsley
Jane Carter Head s 53 living on own means Honley
Beaumont Eastwood Head s 49 barrel cooper Almondbury
Ann Battye Head w 63 grocer Netherthong
Edwin s s 26 teamster Netherthong
Ann Littlewood Head s 47 living on own means Netherthong Mid Oldfield
Joseph Garner Head m 36 mill mechanic Paddock
Martha wife m 38 mender Netherthong
John Crowther f in law w 63 finisher Meltham
Sarah Crowther d in law s 19 mender Netherthong
Eliza Boothroyd Head w 61 living on own means Meltham
Abraham Littlewood Head s 50 farmer Honley
Joshua Sykes Head w 66 farmer Netherthong
Hannah Brown sister w 57 Netherthong
William Shaw Head m 44 farmer Norfolk
Sarah wife m 37 Norfolk
Alice d s 20 tenter Norfolk
Elsie d s 18 bobbin ticketeer Norfolk
William s s 18 Ale bottler Norfolk
Hannah d s 16 bobbin ticketeer Norfolk
Arthur s s 15 piecer Norfolk
Emma d s 14 bobbin ticketeer Norfolk
George s s 6 Norfolk
Fred s s 2 Honley
Albert Brook Head m 49 fettler Honley
Annie wife m 48 Netherthong
Mary d s 25 cloth inker Netherthong
Emily d s 15 cotton cleaner Netherthong
Sarah d s 7 Netherthong
John Stott Head m 34 Weaver Netherthong
Ellen wife m 34 minder Meltham
Wright s s 13 piecer Meltham
Harry d s 12 Meltham
Nancy mother w 71 Netherthong
Sam brother s 29 Netherthong
John Barrowclough Head m 49 piecer Holmfirth Upper Oldfield
Hannah wife m 50 Holmfirth
Ellen d s 30 mender Holmfirth
Herman s s 11 Hepworth
Eveline d s 9 Hepworth
David Roberts f in law w 82 retired weaver Holmfirth
Rowland Meal Head m 41 spinner Marsden
Ada wife m 39 Slaithwaite
Fred s s 15 finisher Slaithwaite
Annie d s 13 Slaithwaite
James Earnshaw uncle w 72 ret. Railway guard Meltham
Ida Squires visitor s 4 Dewsbury
Fred Whitley Head m 20 Quarryman Linthwaite
Annie wife m 20 rag sorter Linthwaite
Mozart Smith Head m 31 scourer Honley Forest Cottages
Lydia wife m 27 Weaver Honley
Mary d s 4 Honley
John Winter Head m 33 scourer Honley
Mary wife m 39 Honley
Mary Brook m in law w 78 Holmfirth
Benjamin Lockwood Head w 78 farm labourer Holmfirth
Tom Taylor Head m 54 farmer Meltham Moorfield House
Elizabeth wife m 51 Honley
Annie d s 24 drapers assistant Lancashire
Esward s s 16 farmers son Derby
Joseph s s 13 dyer Derby
Joe Buckley Head m 52 Weaver Thongsbridge Deanhouse
Mary wife m 57 Honley
James s s 28 Moulder Netherthong
Alfred s s 25 finisher Netherthong
Herbert Brierley nephew s 19 dyer Netherthong
Charles Brierley nephew s 18 scourer Netherthong
Elizabeth Shore Head w 65 farmer Thongsbridge Deanhouse Mills
Edwin Broadbent s in law m 42 engineer Honley
Sarah Broadbent d m 36 Lancashire
Lizzie Broadbent g/d s 10 Honley
Lucy Broadbent g/d s 6 Honley
Charles Gill servant s 25 farm labourer Netherthong

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

Old Folk’s Feasts and Senior Citizens Club

Old Folks Treat /Senior Citizens Feast/ Senior Citizens Club

Netherthong, in common with every village, hamlet etc in England, always cared for its senior citizens. Let’s face it , if you’re not in that group yet you are on the way – it’s just a question of time. Over the years the care has taken many guises, there were Old Folk’s Treats, an annual Senior Citizens Feast and a Senior Citizens Club that met regularly, normally fortnightly, with a wide range of activities. Having said that, a public meeting, held in March 1957  to consider the formation of a Good Companions Club for people of pensionable age, made some progress but the attendance was disappointing. It appeared that few people in Netherthong were prepared to work for their elders and Mr.J.Burton of Leas Avenue was hoping to get volunteers. Nothing further was reported but as you read on , there was a Senior Citizens Club set up in 1973.

Old Folks Treat

December 1924 was a red letter day for many residents in the village. A treat for all residents aged 60 years and over was promoted and turned out to be a decided success. Good weather prevailed and almost 100 villagers made their way to the National School where they were welcomed by their host and hostess, Cllr. & Mrs. W.Gledhill.  Motorcars were kindly lent by H.Sanderson, H.Wilson and J.Batley to carry 27 guests to and fro. A good fare of beef,ham and tongue was provided and the local butchers, J.Mallinson and Brook Turner, did the carving. After the food, many of the guests retired to the smoke room where they had the run of a good supply of tobacco. Cllr. W.Gledhill thanked all the people of Netherthong for their generosity towards the event and  added that 157 invitations had been sent , there were 121 guests present, 27 teas had been sent out and 9 aged people had been unable to attend. The combined years of the 157 people were 10,300 which gave an average age of 65 years and 7 months. An interesting fact was that  a mother and her two daughters  with a combined age of 215 years, attended. They were  entertained by music  provided by the ” Magpies ” which was  followed by  supper. On leaving each lady received a gift of a 1/4 lb. of tea and the gentlemen were given a packet of tobacco. 

A general meeting was held in September 1925 to discuss whether to hold another Old Folk’s Treat and it was unanimously agreed. Cllr.W.Gledhill was re-elected president. Mr.J.Woodhead J.P., Cllr. F.Ogden & W.Batley were appointed vice-presidents and a strong committee was formed with Mr.Lewis Heywood as treasurer and Mr.J.Batley as secretary. Once again it was decided that residents aged 60 years and over should be eligible for the treat.

This second annual treat was held on December 5th. and the more aged and infirm residents were conveyed in cars kindly provided by H.Wilson and B.Batley. 160 invitations had been issued, 111 people had sat down and 37 teas had been sent out to those who could not attend. After grace had been sung by the Quartette Party, the old folk were served with beef, ham and tongue carved by the two local butchers, Jas. Mallinson and Brook Turner. Many of the guests retired to the smoke-room where there was a plentiful supply of tobacco. The tea was followed by a most enjoyable entertainment and, at the close, supper was provided and before leaving each guest received a packet of sweets, a gift from Mrs.Gledhill , and a packet of tea for each lady and an ounce of tobacco for the men both courtesy of the Co-op. Since the first treat a year before,  the following 11 old folk had passed away – Mr.R.Mitchell, Mr.R.Russell, Mr.J.Hobson, Mrs.T.Russell, Mrs.Dickenson, Mrs.Sykes, Mrs. Lockwood, Miss Ann Haig, Mrs.Marshall and Mrs.Bainbridge.

There was no record of one being held in 1926 but in 1927, with favourable weather, 93 citizens were present  with a further 30 attended to in their homes. It was held in the National School and a sumptious feast was provided after which the ” smoke room ” was a popular venue to retire to.The total years of the guests were 7,854 giving an average of over 65 years. The oldest lady present was Mrs.Charles Hobson and the oldest man was Mr.Fred Hobson. There were lots of speeches and thankyous and each lady received a packet of tea and the men a packet of tobacco. Entertainment followed and, after the National Anthem, supper was handed round and the guests returned home.

A public meeting was held in October 1928 to consider once more holding an old folks treat and it was unanimously agreed to hold one on November 28.  Mr.W.Gledhill was re-elected president. The treat followed a similar pattern to previous ones with 90 guests sitting down and teas sent out to 31 residents. Having described the food the previous year as scrumptious , the reporter ,wanting to use a different adjective, decided to go one better and he called the food voluptuous. The mind boggles.

The committee decided that the treat for 1929 would be held on November 16. Mr.V.Gledhill was once again re- elected president with Cllrs. Ogden, Batley, Lockwood and Mr.C.Floyd as vice- chairman. A strong committee was appointed with Lewis Heywood as treasurer and J.Batley as secretary.The actual party was little changed from previous years, 80 guests attended at the National School and meals were sent out to 30 residents. The oldest man , George Sanderson ( 82 ) received a walking stick and Mrs. Roebuck ( 78 ), a shawl.

At the 1930 treat, 80 attended with 40 teas sent out. The knife and fork tea was presided over by Mr.W.Batley, Miss Joan Woodhead, Mrs.R.Trotter, Mrs.Porter, Mrs.H.Hobson and Mr.J.Batley  with Mr.W.Gledhill presiding. Mr.J.Batley , the hon.sec., said it was the 7th. annual treat and he presented a walking stick to Joseph Hobson, the oldest man there and a shawl to Mrs.Kenyon. The runners up were Mr.G.Sanderson and Miss Dytch.

 The  1931 treat continued the normal pattern with 91 sitting sitting down for food and 34 teas sent out. The combined ages came to 8,565. The 9th. treat in 1932 had 80 attending the event with 36 treated at home. Prizes were given to the oldest – Ladies Mrs. Ingle of Lower Hagg  and Miss Dytch. Men S.Horner and Mr.Fisher. Gifts were also presented to those guests who had been married for more than 50 years. The 13th. Annual treat was held in the National School in December1936   , attendance was 80 and teas were sent out to a further 40 who could not attend. Mr. V. Gledhill, the president, and his wife were the host and hostess. The prizes for longevity were given to Miss Mallinson of Deanhouse aged 77 years and Mr. Donkersley aged 80 years. In 1937 the Gledhills  were still going strong  organising the event  and  90 attended with a further 38 others who were unable to attend. The number of years represented totalled 8,700.The taxis were provided by J.Middleton. The prizes for longevity went to Mrs. Carter, Thongs Bridge, and Mr.Ingle from Oldfield.

Senior Citizens Club

 It started life in December 1972 at a special meeting held in the Zion Church Schoolroom when 28 pensioners voted to form a Senior Citizens Club in the village. It would meet every alternate Wednesday afternoon. A large group of volunteers had already come  forward to help with the organisation and also to serve refreshments. It was formed under the guidance of County Councillor, the Rev. C.Stott, the resident Meltham Methodist minister, and the Rev.J.Capstick of All Saints. Mr.M.Mallinson was elected chairman and Mrs. S.Kettlewell the secretary. Mr.Raymond Hall, the former village sub-postmaster was appointed as treasurer. Committee members were Mrs. Coldwell, Mrs. Hallas, Mrs. V. Hobson, Mrs. J.Rothwell, Mrs. J. Pell and Mr. Peter Tempest, the Netherthong Scout Leader.

32 members of the Club braved the ice and snow in February 1973 to take part in a whist drive. The winners were Mr.J.O.Sykes and Miss Wimpenny. The next reported  meeting was in April when the speaker was the Yorkshire humorist,Mrs.Elsie Houghton, and it was held in the Zion Chapel with 48 members being rightly entertained.  Four of the senior citizens, Mrs.Hobson, Mrs. Fallas, Mrs. Horn and Miss Sykes, left the village on June 9 at the start of a weeks holiday at Primrose Valley in one of the coastal caravans provided and maintained by the National Trust for the Welfare of the Elderly and Holmfirth Round Table provided money to meet the cost of food and provisions during their stay. In July over 50 members visited Buxton and Bakewell for their annual outing. Next month they were entertained by junior members of the Honley Silver Prize Band and the Netherthong Brownies made cakes for everyone. The November meeting was well attended and members played whist and dominoes. The winners were Mrs. Littlewood, Mrs. Wilkinson and Mrs. E.Preston.

The very first Senior Citizens Feast was held in the Junior School in November 1973 when more than 130 senior citizens were royally entertained. The tea was provided  by Brownies and Guides, Cub Scouts and Scouts  and one child was allocated to each senior citizen and the church choir  supplied the entertainment. The bulk of the money came from an auction held at the Clothiers and the event was organised by Cllr.W.Carter and Mrs.Houghton was the compere. Mr. David Clark the MP for Colne Valley also attended. Their first Christmas Party was held in December in the Zion School and it started with a whist and domino drive and the winners were Mrs. E. Horncastle, Mrs. Heppenstall, Mr.F.Germaine and Miss Rentle. An excellent tea was followed by games and the entertainment was provided by Mr.A.Boothroyd and his young brass instrumentalists. Mrs. Simms sang solos and Mrs. Elsie Houghton, Mr. Vernon Sykes and Mr. Wylbert Wemp entertained in their own style with songs and recitations in the Yorkshire dialect. Supper was served to bring a great party to its end.

At the first meeting in February 1974, Mr.Mallinson presided and paid tribute to the late Mr.J.Pell and Mrs.M.Hobson who had passed away since the last meeting. 51 members attended the meeting in April when J.N.Charlesworth gave a talk on ” My Scrapbook”. He and Mrs. C. Armitage showed old photographs of local views and events through a spectroscope. The next month was the annual outing and 64 members visited Harrogate and Knaresborough and continued to Wetherby where tea was taken at the Riverside Café. The next report wasn’t until September when the entertainment was given by Miss Sarah Whittaker, Miss J.McRiner, Master Jonathan Whittaker, Mrs.R.Shaw with Miss Dorothy Shaw as the compere. The last meeting was in December when the Netherthong Brownies Park, under the direction of Mrs. J.Rothwell and Mrs.J.Hellawell, gave an excellent concert. Solos were sung by Miss S.Whittaker accompanied by Mrs.R.Shaw on piano. Refreshments were provided and served by the Brownies. Mr. M. Mallinson and Mrs. F. Germaine expressed thanks on behalf of the members.

Their 2nd. AGM was held in January 1975 and the following officials were elected. The joint Presidents were Rev.Capstick and Rev. Stott, Mr.R.Hall was the treasurer, Mr.Mallinson the Chairman with Mr.A.Brook as auditor. The committee members were Mrs. V.Hobson, Mrs.J.Caldwell, Mrs.J.Rothwell, Mrs. S.Gledhill, Mrs. M.Robinson, Mrs.N.Hinchliffe, Mr.F.Germaine and Mr.J.Wood. Although the Club still met on a regular basis, most of their meetings were not reported in the local paper unless there was something of particular interest. At the May meeting games of whist and dominoes were played and the winners were Mrs.Sykes, Mrs. Fieldsend and Mrs.Hirst. A donation from the Clothiers was used to purchase food parcels which were presented to each member by Mr. & Mrs. D. Scholfield.

  The next report wasn’t until January 1976 on the occasion of the AGM. Rev.J.Capstick was elected president with Mr. Mallinson as chairman. There was a new secretary, Mrs. M.Robinson, and she was assisted by Mrs.N.Hinchliffe, Mr.R.Hall continued as Treasurer.The committee members were Mr.F.Germaine,Mr.J.T.Wood, Mrs.V.Hobson, Mrs.J.Coldwell, Mrs.J.Rothwell and Mrs.S.Gledhill. A short service was held in the burial grounds at All Saints when the ashes of Mrs.Amy Bailey were interred in the family grave. She died on December 28 aged 75 and had been a member of the Parish Church Choir for over 50 years. The only other reports for the year were in October giving the prize winners  for Whist and Dominoes who were Mr.F.Germaine, Mrs. Woodhouse and Miss H. Buckley. They also planned to have a coffee morning and a bring-and-buy sale at the home of Mrs. & Mrs. McLaren of Giles Street. The Harvest Home at the Clothiers, organised by Mr. & Mrs. Scholfield, raised £105.50 for the Club , the Rev. Capstick conducted the service  and Mrs.Shaw accompanied the harvest hymns. Mr. S. Dickenson was the auctioneer.

The 1977 AGM followed the normal format. The President was Rev. J. Capstick,  chairman M.Mallinson,  Mrs.M.Robinson secretary, R.Hall treasurer and social secretary with Mrs. N.Hinchliffe as assistant secretary. Committee members were F. Germaine, J.Wood, Mrs. V. Hobson, Mrs. J. Caldwell, Mrs. J.Rothwell, Mrs. S.Gledhill, Mrs. M.Sykes and Mrs. D. Horncastle. In the same month the patrons of the Clothiers raised £194.53 which was handed over to the funds of the Club. There were two events in June , the first was a bring-and-buy sale organised by the Club and held in the Zion schoolroom. £51 was raised and handed to the village jubilee fund.  80 members enjoyed  a tour of North Yorkshire  visiting Harrogate, Ripon, Thirsk and York. A brass ensemble played carols and hymns at the Christmas party in December  and the members were R.Swallow, K.Mallin, J.Wood, D.Mallin, R.Hall, A. Boothroyd, J.Whitaker and Mrs. M.Mellor with the conductor Mr.W.Kaye. Whist and dominoes were played in the afternoon and the prizewinners were Mrs.E.Sykes, Mr.N. Hinchliffe and Miss Battye. Tea was served by the committee and the evening entertainment was provided by the Heather Singers. Mr.M.Mallinson thanked all the artistes.The  first report in 1978 was the AGM in January.The following were elected : Rev.J.Capstick, president, M.Mallinson, chairman, Mrs. M.Robinson, secretary, Mrs. N.Hinchliffe, assistant secretary and  Mr.R.Hall, treasurer and social secretary. Committee members Mr.J.Wood, Mr.W.Horton, Mrs.V.Hobson, Mrs. J. Caldwell, Mrs. J.Rothwell, Mrs.S.Gledhill, Mrs.M.Sykes and Mrs. D.Horncastle. Mr.R. Holmes was appointed as auditor. The members stood for Miss Sally Brook and Mrs. N.Charlesworth  who had died recently. The traditional Harvest Home in October at the Clothiers attracted a large crowd. A short service was led by Rev.J.Capstick. The produce was auctioned by Sgt.Peter Tempest assisted by Don Stangroom  and Robert Scholfield and a record £156 was raised of which £16 came from the money turnip. The proceeds were divided between funds for the Senior Citizens Club and the children’ treat. There was no AGM report for 1979 but at their meeting in March the members stood in silence in remembrance of Mr. H. Littlewood who had died the previous month. In April members were given a ” Sankey afternoon ” presented by Mrs. Hinchliffe, Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Ramsden and Mrs. Wilshaw with Mrs. E.Mortimer as accompanist. A vote of thanks was given by Mr.J.Wood.  Memories were recalled at the June meeting when Mr.H.Mann presented a selection of slides of Netherthong and Deanhouse taken many years ago by the late Thomas Dyson .  Dyson  was so well in the area for presenting slide shows on a range of subjects to many of the local organisations that I have given him his own chapter.

 At the AGM  for 1980 the officers and joint presidents were Rev.J.Capstick and Rev. G. Barrowclough, Mr.J.Wood was the chairman with Mr. W.Horton as vice-chairman. Mrs. M.Robinson was the secretary and she was aided by Mrs. E. Hinchliffe with Mrs. J.Rothwell the speakers secretary. Mrs. E.Kaye was the treasurer. The committee members were Mrs.V.Hobson, Mrs. J.Caldwell, Mrs. S.Gledhill, Mrs. M.Sykes and Mrs. D. Horncastle. The auditor was Mr.R.Holmes. The members stood in memory of Mr. R. Hall , a founder member, who was treasurer and speakers secretary since the formation of the Club. At the March meeting the prizewinners for whist and dominoes were Mrs. Roebuck, Mrs. Lowe and Mrs. Battye. Thanks were expressed to Mrs. V. Hobson, a founder member, who was leaving the district. Children from the primary school , prepared by Mr.S.Whittaker, presented Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to a large audience at the April meeting. Further entertainment was given by Misses S. Chappell and S. Whittaker with a selection of songs to the guitar. Mr.J.Wood thanked the artistes.

Reports were few and far between but in December 1985, they held their Annual Christmas Party. The children of the Parish Church choir entertained at the party having stood in at the last moment for a group of dancers who were due to appear. Between 40-50 people sat down to tea in the village school and were served by committee members. Special guests included the chairman of Holme Valley Parish Council,  Rev.John Capstick and Mr.&Mrs.D.Scholfield , licencees of the Clothiers Arms.

Old Folks Xmas Party 1985

Village Feast

In  December 1986  the Village Feast Committee held a tea for 92 old-age pensioners in the junior school room. The photograph showed Miriam Roper and William Halford getting a cuppa served by Desra Horncastle, Sylvia Kettlewell and Christine Hampshire. The Illingworth School of Dance and Theatre presented a programme of dance and mime.

Old folk's tea December 1986.
Old folk’s tea December 1986.

 

1851 National Census for Netherthong

The National Census for 1851 followed the same format as per the very first census of 1841. The head of the household completed the census for his/her property giving his marital status, age, occupation and place of birth. He then listed all the other occupants and detailed their relationship to him, their marital status, age, occupation and place of birth.  

All this information was transcribed for each district onto a standard form by a clerk in his best copperplate handwriting using beautifully flourished capitals. Unfortunately that gave me  considerable problems as, in many instances, I was unable to decipher some of his letters and had to admit defeat and use ??. Also, for some reason best known to himself, he resorted to putting thick black lines through key items of data, especially ages, and once again I had to use ??.  My apologies for the lost information but I really did try.

The Township of Netherthong encompassed many outlying areas and I have included these in the census details. Examples are Greave, Wolfstones, Crodingley, Thongs bridge, Fearnought and Sands.

Name Position Status Age Occupation Place of Birth Location
Ann Hobson Head widow 50 Boiler of Cloth Honley Deanhouse
George brother widow ? Painter Honley
Joseph lodger unmarried ? Stone breaker NT
Joseph Boothroyd Head m 60 hand loom weaver NT Deanhouse
Sarah wife m 60 honley
Benjamin son u 27 woolen maker honley
Charles son u 24 hand loom weaver honley
Sophia d in law m 20 hand loom weaver nt
Mary daughter u 23 hand loom weaver honley
Lydia daughter u 17 hand loom weaver honley
Hannah daughter u 16 house keeper honley
John North visitor w ? cloth miller honley
Moses Turner Head m 27 slubber Wooldale Deanhouse
Mary w m 23 burler Honley
Helen daughter u 5 Upperthong
Joan daughter u 2 Honley
Betty daughter u 5m Honley
H.Haigh Head m 21 hand loom weaver Wooldale Deanhouse
L.Haigh wife m 21 hand loom weaver Honley
John Sykes Head married 45 hand loom weaver Honley Deanhouse
Grace wife married 46 house keeper Meltham
Nancy daughter u 21 hand loom weaver Honley
Christiana daughter u 19 hand loom weaver Honley
Joshua son u 16 hand loom weaver Honley
Mary daughter u 15 mule piercer Honley
Eliza Ann daughter u 14 scholar Honley
Hannah daughter u 7 scholar Honley
Betty daughter u 4 Honley
Elizabeth daughter u 7m Honley
Edward Heap Head m 36 cloth manufacturer Honley Deanhouse
Sarah wife m 35 Honley
John Sykes son u 19 mule piercer Honley
Frederick son u 12 mule piercer Honley
Benjamin son u 7 scholar Honley
Mary daughter u 2 Honley
Robert Blenkhorn Head widow 40 labourer Wooldale Deanhouse
Jim son u 17 piercer Netherthong
Thomas Fitton lodger u 60 labourer Kirkburton
Samuel Lee Head m 25 spinner Wooldale Deanhouse
Martha wife m 27 Honley
Harriet daughter u 3 Meltham
Sarah daughter u 2 Wooldale
John Sykes Head m 30 mule spinner Netherthong Deanhouse
Mary wife m 26 Almondbury
Frederick son u 1 Netherthong
William Sykes Head married 68 bobbin winder Honley Deanhouse
Betty wife married 65 school dame Netherthong
? son u 26 hand loom weaver Honley
Gill son u 23 hand loom weaver Honley
Ann gdaughter u 18 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Richard Roberts gson u 6 scholar Netherthong
Joseph Taylor visitor u 21 machine maker Leeds
George Nobles Head married 37 yarn manufacturer Netherthong Miry Lane
Sarah wife married 30 Honley
Oliver son u 3 Honley
mark son u 2 Honley
Abraham son u <1 Honley
Isaac son u <1 Honley
Elizabeth Scott servant u 40 house servant Flockton
Jonas Eastwood Head widow 50 joiner Cartworth Miry Lane
Helen daughter u 28 dress maker Netherthong
Henry gson u 8m Honley
Jonas eastwood visitor u 6 scholar Honley
Joseph Haigh Head married 53 woolen dyer Huddersfield Miry Lane
Ruth wife married 58 Honley
Abraham son ? 26 ? Huddersfield
Rebecca daughter u 12 scholar Huddersfield
E. Milhemator visitor married 30 Huddersfield
William Milhemator visitor u 1 Huddersfield
Elihu Hobson Head married 88 land owner Honley Miry Lane Bottom
Mary wife married 60 Derbyshire
Mary Kippax servant u 24 house servant Netherthong
Thomas Crooks Head married 60 Beerhouse keeper Netherthong Miry Lane Bottom
Betty wife married 56 Netherthong
Elizabeth daughter u 25 bonnet maker Honley
Tom son u 21 hand loom weaver Honley
Ann daughter u 19 dress maker Honley
Walter son u 16 mechanic Honley
Emma daughter u 16 Honley
Hellen daughter u 10 scholar Honley
james Eastwood visitor u 42 gentleman Honley
William Haigh servant u ? house servant Honley
John Crooks Head married 30 hand loom weaver Honley Miry Lane Bottom
Maria wife married 26 hand loom weaver Crosland
? son u 2 Almondbury
Charles Woodhead Head married 36 grocer dealer Netherthong Deanhouse
Sarah wife married 32 Honley
Emma daughter u ? Honley
John Woodhead brother u 36 school master Netherthong
Mark Heap Head married 25 cloth manufacturer Honley Deanhouse
Sarah Hannah wife married 26 Honley
Delia Barrow servant u 22 house servant Kirkburton
Henry Crooks Head married 65 willower Netherthong Deanhouse
Mary wife married 61 burler Upperthong
Thomas son u 26 hand loom weaver Upperthong
Sarah daughter u 22 burler Upperthong
Henry son u 21 mule spinner Netherthong
Mary Ann gdaughter u 4 Netherthong
John Littlewood Head widow 73 stone breaker Honley Deanhouse
Jonathan Turner Head widow 68 hand loom weaver Wooldale Deanhouse
William son u 40 hand loom weaver Honley
Hugh son u 36 hand loom weaver Honley
Jonathan son u 33 labourer Honley
Mary daughter u 30 Honley
Joshua son u 23 hand loom weaver Honley
Samuel Beauman gson u 5 Almondbury
Sarah Ann Beauman lodger u 19 burler Netherthong
Hiram Littlewood Head married 44 cloth manufacturer Honley Deanhouse
Ruth wife married 41 Honley
Esther daughter u 21 Honley
Abraham son u 19 hand loom weaver Honley
Joshua son u 17 hand loom weaver Honley
Mary daughter u 12 house servant Honley
Thomas son u 10 bobbin winder Honley
Charles son u 9 scholar Honley
Hiram son u 2 Honley
Jeb Sykes Head married 40 cloth manufacturer Honley Deanhouse
Ann wife married 39 burler ?
Eliza daughter u 16 hand loom weaver Honley
Mary Ann daughter u 15 hand loom weaver Honley
Nancy daughter u 12 house keeper Honley
Hannah daughter u 11 scholar Honley
Joseph Platt Head married 34 hand loom weaver Netherthong Deanhouse
Sarah wife married 33 burler Netherthong
Hannah daughter u 10 nurse Huddersfield
Thomas son u 8 Honley
George son u 6 Honley
Alice daughter u 4 Honley
Anne daughter u 2 Honley
William Laye Head married 58 slubber Honley Deanhouse
Martha wife married 51 burler Honley
Martha Boothroyd neice u 19 dress maker Honley
Abraham Littlewood Head married 41 cloth manufacturer Honley Deanhouse
Martha wife married 36 Netherthong
John son u 16 hand loom weaver Honley
Mary daughter u 15 Honley
Sarah Ann daughter u 7 Honley
Hugh son u ?? Honley
Benjamin Littlewood Head married 40 agriculture labourer Honley Deanhouse
Martha wife married 45 burler Honley
Easter daughter u 13 Honley
Matilda daughter u 12 piercer Honley
Samuel son u 2 Honley
David Greaves Head married 39 mule spinner Bawden Deanhouse
Mary Ann wife married 38 Netherthong
Ann daughter u 16 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Elizabeth daughter u 16 dress maker Netherthong
Emma daughter u 11 scholar Honley
Henry son u 9 scholar Honley
John son u 7 scholar Honley
Sarah daughter u 6 scholar Honley
Ruth daughter u 3 Honley
Betty daughter u 1 Honley
John Robinson Head married 47 hand loom weaver Honley Deanhouse
Harriet wife married 42 bread baker Upperthong
Ruben son u 18 scholar ?? Honley
Mary Jane daughter u 16 piercer Netherthong
Allen son u 14 piercer Netherthong
Eleanor daughter u 12 scholar Netherthong
Ann daughter u 9 scholar Netherthong
Hellen daughter u 7 scholar Netherthong
Benjamin Sykes Head married 30 hand loom weaver Honley Deanhouse
Ann wife married 28 hand loom weaver Honley
Isaac son u 9 Honley
Allen son u 7 Honley
Ruth daughter u 3 Honley
Grace daughter u 1 Honley
Benjamin Dytch Head married 38 spinner Thurstonland Deanhouse
Sarah wife married 36 hand loom weaver Thurstonland
Harriet daughter u 10 Thurstonland
David son u 5 Honley
Mary Ann daughter u 2 Honley
Emma daughter u 3 months Honley
John Hinchliffe Head married 48 hand loom weaver Thurstonland Deanhouse
Hannah wife married 37 burler Upperthong
Walker son u 16 piercer Upperthong
Harriet daughter u 12 scholar Wooldale
Sarah Ann daughter u 4 months Honley
Joseph Parker Head married 62 agriculture labourer Honley Deanhouse
Sarah wife married 46 burler Netherthong
Hellen daughter u 10 house servant Netherthong
Fenton son u 6 scholar Netherthong
Elizabeth daughter u 3 Netherthong
Henry Buckley Head married 42 hand loom weaver Thurstonland Deanhouse
Harriet wife married 37 Thurstonland
Ann daughter u 17 hand loom weaver Thurstonland
Law?? son u 15 hand loom weaver Thurstonland
Alfred son u 13 hand loom weaver Thurstonland
Mynah daughter u 11 bobbin winder Thurstonland
Eliza daughter u 8 Thurstonland
Mary daughter u 6 Honley
Sarah Jane daughter u 4 Honley
David son u 4 Honley
Walter Buckley lodger widow 46 hand loom weaver Thurstonland
Arthur Buckley lodger u 5 Honley
Abraham Fitton Head married 52 fulling miller Kirkburton Deanhouse
Hannah wife married 48 Meltham
John son u 20 mule spinner Honley
Ann daughter u 17 dress maker Honley
Eliza daughter u 13 mule piercer Honley
George Fitton Head married 25 mule spinner Honley Deanhouse
Sarah wife married 27 Netherthong
Hilton? son u 5 months Honley
James Beardsell lodger widow 59 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Julia Russel lodger u 2 Netherthong
Matthew Woodhead Head married 36 slubber Netherthong Deanhouse
Mary Ann wife married 35 Wooldale
Ruth daughter u 5 Wooldale
Emma daughter u 3 Wooldale
Harold son u 1 Honley
Jonathan Woodhead lodger u 40 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Godfrey Cook Head married ?? slubber Netherthong Deanhouse
Betty wife married 31 Slaithwaite
Joseph son u 9 piercer Meltham
John son u 7 scholar Honley
Elizabeth daughter u 5 scholar Honley
?? son u 1 Honley
Tom Walker lodger u 33 engineer Netherthong
John Walker lodger u 16 slubber Netherthong
Mellion Sykes Head married 56 grocer dealer Almondbury Deanhouse
Mary wife married 47 Netherthong
Janet daughter u 8 scholar Cartworth
Christiana daughter u 5 scholar Cartworth
Joshua Woodhouse Head widow 41 hand loom weaver Netherthong Deanhouse
John son u 14 mule piercer Netherthong
George Hobson Head married 38 hand loom weaver Honley Deanhouse
Mary wife married 38 hand loom weaver Honley
William son u ?? Honley
Betty Littlewood d in law u 19 hand loom weaver Honley
Sarah Littlewood d in law u 17 hand loom weaver Honley
Lydia Littlewood d in law u 14 piercer Honley
Benjamin s in law u 12 Honley
David Sykes Head married 53 hand loom weaver Netherthong Deanhouse
Amelia wife married 52 Shelley
James son u 20 mule spinner Netherthong
Ruth daughter u 16 mule piercer Netherthong
Harriet daughter u 8 scholar Netherthong
Jeb Leather Head married 29 hand loom weaver Shelley Deanhouse
Mary wife married 30 winder Wooldale
Abraham son u 4 scholar Honley
Emma daughter u 1 Honley
James Sykes Head widow 40 hand loom weaver Honley Deanhouse
Joseph Jagger Head u 35 hand loom weaver Netherthong Deanhouse
Hannah sister u 45 house keeper Netherthong
Ann Woodcock Head widow 50 house keeper Thurstonland Deanhouse
Hiram son u 27 slubber Netherthong
George son u 25 slubber Honley
Hannah daughter u 19 layer out corder Honley
Hezckiah Haigh Head married 44 hand loom weaver Wooldale Deanhouse
Ann wife married 44 hand loom weaver Thurstonland
David son u 16 hand loom weaver Wooldale
Lydia daughter u 14 Wooldale
Ann daughter u 11 scholar Wooldale
Allen son u 8 scholar Wooldale
Friend? son u 6 scholar Wooldale
Molh? son u ?? Honley
Benjamin Boothroyd s in law married 23 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Mary Boothroyd daughter married 24 hand loom weaver Thurstonland
Jonathan Hobson Head widow ?? bobbin winder Honley Deanhouse
Anne daughter u 29? hand loom weaver Netherthong
John Middleton Head married 48 farmer 15 acres Hepworth Upper Hagg
Hannah wife married ?? Honley
Robert servant u 31 labourer Honley
Eli Hobson Head married 59 farmer 17 acres Honley Upper Hagg
Hannah wife married 54 Honley
Jonathan son u 27 farmer's son Honley
Thomas son u 23 farmer's son Honley
John Kaye son u 21 farmer's son Honley
Ann daughter u 19 hand loom weaver Honley
Sarah daughter u 16 hand loom weaver Honley
Hellen daughter u 13 scholar Honley
George son u 6 scholar Honley
John Wood Head married 33 hand loom weaver Honley Upper Hagg
Ann Wood sister u 24 burler Honley
John Sykes Head married 28 hand loom weaver Honley Upper Hagg
Sarah wife married 25 bobbin winder Lockwood
Hannah daughter u 4 scholar Honley
Jonas son u 1 Honley
John Heap Head widow 61 farmer 31 acres Wooldale New Hagg
John son u 28 agriculture labourer Honley
David Blackburn servant u 25 agriculture labourer Honley
Hannah Dickenfield servant u 22 house servant Honley
Eliza Smith servant u 20 house servant Honley
William Jagger Head married 51 hand loom weaver Honley New Hagg
Ann wife married 47 school teacher Nottingham
Eliza daughter u 21 Honley
Joseph brother u 53 hand loom weaver Honley
J.Hinchliffe Head married 51 farmer 86 acres Upperthong Moor Gate
Mary wife married 48 Rastrick
Ann daughter u 20 dress maker Upperthong
William son u 18 joiner Upperthong
?? son u 16 painter Upperthong
?? son u 14 farmer's son Upperthong
James son u 12 errand boy Upperthong
?? daughter u 9 scholar Upperthong
Thomas son u 7 scholar Upperthong
Charles son u 4 scholar Upperthong
John Fox Head married 45 farmer 18 acres Eccles Moor Lane
Ann wife married 34 Honley
James son u 16 farmer's son Honley
Ellen daughter u 15 Honley
Fanny daughter u 9 scholar Honley
John son u 6 scholar Netherthong
Hannah Lee neice u 18 servant Honley
George Platt Head married 59 farmer 9 acres Saddleworth Moor Lane
Hannah wife married 55 Upperthong
George son u ?? hand loom weaver Honley
Mary daughter u 18 milliner Honley
Ammon ? son widow 27 hand loom weaver Honley
Charles son u 5 scholar Honley
William son married 31 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Martha d in law married 31 hand loom weaver Thurstonland
Charles g son u 4 scholar Netherthong
Henry g son u 1 Netherthong
Hannah gdaughter u 5 months Netherthong
Henry Kaye Head married 29 hand loom weaver Austonley Moor Gate
Harriet wife married 24 winder Austonley
Frederick son u 1 Netherthong
Mary Ann Rusby Head u ? washerwoman Penistone Moor Gate
Robert son u 4 scholar Wakefield
David Downing Head married 56 agriculture labourer Emley Moor Gate
Mary wife married 55 burler Honley
Walter Woodhouse lodger u 24 hand loom weaver Austonley
Charles Scholfield Head married 32 ?? Penistone Town Gate
Nancy wife married 42 Netherthong
Mary Dyson d in law u 19 hand loom weaver Netherthong
John Dyson s in law u 16 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Joseph Dyson s in law u 14 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Martha Scholfield daughter u 6 scholar Netherthong
William Henry son u 4 Netherthong
Benjamin Gill Head u 55 labourer Netherthong Town Gate
John Dearnally Head married 66 hand loom weaver Burton Town Gate
Mary wife married 67 Almondbury
Sarah daughter u 39 hand loom weaver Almondbury
George son u 36 hand loom weaver Almondbury
John gson u 7 scholar Almondbury
William Dickens Head married 73 hand loom weaver Saddleworth Town Gate
Anne wife married 70 Saddleworth
Joseph son u 32 hand loom weaver Saddleworth
Harriet Dyson Head widow 30? pauper Flockton Town Gate
Ann daughter u 6 scholar Flockton
Mary daughter u 4 Flockton
George son u 2 Netherthong
Ellen Haigh neice u 14 house servant Burton
John Littlewood Head widow 78 Beerhouse keeper Honley Town Gate
Hannah daughter u 46 Beerhouse keeper Honley
James Moorhouse Head married 31 cloth manufacturer Almondbury Town Gate
Ann wife married 30 Almondbury
George Henry son u 9 scholar Almondbury
Ellen daughter u 6 scholar Netherthong
Martha daughter u 4 Netherthong
Hannah daughter u 7 months Netherthong
Benjamin Wilson Head widow 74 landed proprietor Almondbury Town Gate
Richard son u 32 woolen manufacturer Almondbury
Eliza Hinchliffe servant u 26 house servant Penistone
Jabez Lancaster Head married 22 butcher Honley Town Gate
Mary Ann wife married 22 Meltham
Joe son u 2 Meltham
Ellen Ann daughter u 1 Netherthong
Grace Woodhead Head u 50 grocer Netherthong Town Gate
Mary neice u 4 Netherthong
Betty neice u 28 dress maker Netherthong
Frederick Heap Head married 23 woolen manufacturer Honley Town Gate
Sarah wife married 25 Linthwaite
Alyson ? daughter u 2 weeks Netherthong
Mary Dyson visitor u 26 house servant Linthwaite
Moses Sykes Head married 59 inn keeper and sorter Netherthong Town Gate
Elizabeth wife married 51 Wooldale
Matthew son u 27 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Joseph son u 27 piercer Netherthong
Tom son u 13 joiner apprentice Netherthong
Alfred son u 14 piercer Netherthong
Ann Jane daughter u 11 scholar Netherthong
Judith Dyson Head widow 45 dress maker Netherthong Town Gate
James son u 17 warper Netherthong
John Bates Head married 68 inn keeper Netherthong Town Gate
Martha wife married 67 Netherthong
James son u 45 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Martha daughter u 40 house servant Netherthong
Mary gdaughter u 8 scholar Netherthong
Mary Crooks gdaughter u 7 scholar Netherthong
Elizabeth Bates gdaughter u 4 scholar Netherthong
Jonas Wainwright lodger u 44 labourer Almondbury
William Gill Head widow 52 stone mason Netherthong Town Gate
Sarah Gill daughter u 20 servant Netherthong
Firth ? son u 18 mason Netherthong
Benjamin s u 12 mason's labourer Netherthong
Emma daughter u 10 scholar Netherthong
Mary daughter u 8 scholar Netherthong
James Hill Head married 36 stone mason Netherthong Town Gate
Mary wife married 32 Netherthong
Eliza daughter u 5 scholar Netherthong
Hannah sister u 31 burler Netherthong
William brother u 30 mason Netherthong
Benjamin brother u 19 spinner Netherthong
Ellen Ann neice u 12 scholar Netherthong
Emma neice u 8 scholar Netherthong
Sarah neice u 6 scholar Netherthong
William Gill Head married 48 stone mason Netherthong Town Gate
Sarah wife married 46 Honley
Walter son u 29 stone mason Netherthong
Ruth daughter u 17 burler Netherthong
Jonas son u 15 stone mason Netherthong
William son u 12 scholar Netherthong
Eliza daughter u 6 scholar Netherthong
James son u 6 scholar Netherthong
Joe son u 7 months Netherthong
Joseph Mallinson Head widow 62 farmer 24 acres Netherthong Town Gate
Cornelius son married 45 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Caroline d in law married 48 hand loom weaver Halifax
Henry gson u 24 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Jonas Hobson Head married 50 farmer 5 acres Honley Town Gate
Rebecca wife married 40 Hepworth
Henry son u 23 hand loom weaver Honley
Mary Woodhead d in law u 16 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Hannah Hobson daughter u 6 scholar Netherthong
James son u 2 Netherthong
Hugh son u 6 months Netherthong
John Mallinson Head married 44 farmer 12 acres Netherthong Town Gate
Elizabeth wife married 38 Brustfield ?
Jonas son u 14 errand boy Netherthong
Rurh daughter u 21 Netherthong
Charlotte Bedford visitor widow 73 farmer Thornhill
Elizabeth Hobson wife married 48 inn keeper's wife Netherthong Town Gate
Helen Ann daughter u 9 Netherthong
Jonas Littlewood son u 22 cloth finisher Netherthong
Ann Mallinson sister u 40 house keeper Netherthong
John Wimpenny Head married 27 cordwainer Wooldale Town Gate
Emma wife married 26 Netherthong
Lydia daughter u 1 Netherthong
Job Allen Head married 33 slubber Netherthong Wilsons Square
Elizabeth wife married 32 Fulstone
Eliza daughter u 12 piercer Netherthong
James son u 12 piercer Netherthong
Joe son u 5 scholar Netherthong
Martha Taylor lodger widow 45 winder Netherthong
Jonas Allen Head married 33 hand loom weaver Netherthong Wilsons Square
Mary wife married 29 Rastrick
Hannah daughter u 10 scholar Netherthong
Emily daughter u 7 scholar Netherthong
Janet daughter u 5 scholar Netherthong
Wilson son u 1 Netherthong
George Allen brother u 17 hand loom weaver Upperthong
Jon Sykes Head widow 63 hand loom weaver Netherthong Wilsons Square
Ann Hinchliffe ? 33 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Mary Hinchliffe gdaughter u 12 scholar Netherthong
Daniel Hinchliffe gson u 9 scholar Netherthong
Jane Hinchliffe gdaughter u 4 scholar Netherthong
?? Hinchliffe ?? u 6 months Netherthong
Nancy Woodhouse Head widow 78 baker Sheffield Wilsons Square
Ann daughter u 37 baker Netherthong
Ellen daughter u 13 mill worker Almondbury
?? daughter u 9 Almondbury
Emma daughter u 4 twin Netherthong
Hephzibath daughter u 4 twin Netherthong
Edward son u 9 months Netherthong
Joseph Armitage Head married 40 woolen wool dealer Huddersfield Out Lane
Sarah wife married 46 Netherthong
? Littlewood stepson u 21 boot maker Netherthong
Martha daughter u 14 yarn reeler Netherthong
John son u 12 piercer Netherthong
Joseph son u 7 scholar Honley
John Beaumont nephew u 25 spinner Netherthong
Andrew Beaumont nephew u 11 piercer Almondbury
George Beaumont nephew u 10 piercer Almondbury
John Mallinson Head widow 41 hand loom weaver Netherthong Out Lane
Ann daughter u 21 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Sarah daughter u 19 housemaid Netherthong
Benjamin son u 17 hand loom weaver Netherthong
George son u 14 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Martha daughter u 12 nurse Netherthong
Elizabeth daughter u 8 errand girl Netherthong
John son u 5 scholar Netherthong
William Haigh Head married 43 woolen clothier Dulton Out Lane
Hannah wife married 41 Rastrick
Catherine daughter u 19 burler Rastrick
Joseph Woodhouse lodger u 30 spinner Netherthong
Joseph Hinchliffe Head u 42 spinner Netherthong Out Lane
Mary Woodcast aunt u 38 burler Netherthong
Ann Woodcast aunt u 52 burler Netherthong
Jonas Sykes Head married 53 hand loom weaver Netherthong Out Lane
Fanny wife married 53 Netherthong
Benjamin son u 26 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Jonathan father widow 79 retired farm labourer Netherthong
Sarah Woodhouse Head widow 70 pauper Honley Out Lane
Benjamin Gill lodger u 40 shoemaker Netherthong
Elizabeth Bray lodger u 60 washerwoman Holmfirth
Frank Dickenson Head married 37 mill owner Holmfirth Out lane
Elizabeth wife married 35 Netherthong
William son u 1 Netherthong
Ellen Ann sister u 18 Upperthong
Ellen Brooke servant u 16 house servant Netherthong
Jonas Woodhead Head married 36 woolen waste dealer Netherthong Out Lane
Mary wife married 35 Netherthong
William son u 10 scholar Netherthong
Herbert son u 9 scholar Netherthong
Catherine daughter u 6 scholar Netherthong
Emma daughter u 4 Netherthong
Sarah daughter u 1 Netherthong
Eliza Roebuck servant u 16 house servant Netherthong
Samuel Marsden Head married 58 labourer Thurlston Out Lane
Martha wife married 57 Netherthong
Walter gson u 16 layer on Staleybridge
Jpseph Methick lodger u 45 labourer Netherthong
William Marsden son u 18 willower Netherthong
Benjamin Woodhead Head u 31 farmer 12 acres Netherthong Out Lane
Hannah Littlewood servant u 25 house servant Austonley
Richard Turner Head married 48 farmer 4 acres Wooldale Out Lane
Amy wife married 47 Netherthong
William son married 23 hand loom weaver Honley
Hannah d in law married 21 hand loom weaver Honley
Jonathan son u 20 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Daniel son u 18 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Charles son u 11 errand boy Netherthong
Richard son u 8 scholar Netherthong
Hugh son u 6 scholar Netherthong
Ann Haigh Head widow 46 burler Honley Out Lane
Mary daughter u 23 burler Honley
George son u 15 spinner Netherthong
Martha daughter u 13 piercer Netherthong
Absolom son u 11 scholar Netherthong
Ann daughter u 4 Netherthong
John Brittan Head married 53 hand loom weaver Leeds Out Lane
Hannah wife married 55 Wooldale
James son u 25 hand loom weaver Netherthong
John son u 23 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Richard son u 21 hand loom weaver Netherthong
John Scholfield Head married 30 hand loom weaver Netherthong Out Lane
Sarah Ann wife married 26 Honley
George Gill Head married 52 stone mason Honley Out Lane
Ann wife married 51 burler Upperthong
Charlotte daughter u 16 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Hiram son u 11 scholar Netherthong
James Turner Head married 45 warehouse manager Netherthong Out Lane
?? wife married 49 Netherthong
Elizabeth daughter u 4 scholar Netherthong
John son u 9 scholar Netherthong
Mary daughter u 7 scholar Netherthong
Hannah ?? ?? 66 Netherthong
Thomas Woodhead Head widow 26 labourer and pauper Netherthong Out Lane
James son u 6 Netherthong
Mary Ann daughter u 4 Netherthong
Lydia daughter u 2 Netherthong
Jonas Dearnally Head married 35 hand loom weaver Wooldale Out Lane
Martha wife married 34 Netherthong
Emma daughter u 9 scholar Netherthong
Ann daughter u 7 scholar Netherthong
Norah daughter u 6 scholar Netherthong
Isaac son u 2 Netherthong
John Kenyon Head married 23 hand loom weaver Netherthong Out Lane
Mary Ann wife married 20 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Joe son u 7 months Netherthong
John Robinson Head married 46 woolen manufacturer High Hoyland Out Lane
Grace wife married 45 Netherthong
Mary Ann daughter u 22 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Matilda daughter u 20 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Eliza daughter u 17 hand loom weaver Netherthong
William son u 14 scholar Netherthong
Lucy daughter u 12 scholar Netherthong
Ruth daughter u 10 scholar Netherthong
Hannah Maria daughter u 7 scholar Netherthong
Grace daughter u 3 Netherthong
Dalton Hobson Head married 50 farmer,shopkeeper Netherthong Out Lane
Harriet wife married 40 Kirkburton
Mary Wimpenny servant u 20 house servant Kirkburton
John Hirst Head married 58 labourer Kirkburton Out Lane
?? wife married 61 Netherthong
Eliza Woodhouse neice u 16 milliner Saddleworth
Ramsden Mallinson lodger u 7 scholar Linthwaite
Hannah Hirst neice u 7 scholar Saddleworth
Martha Jagger Head widow 63 dress maker Thurlston Out Lane
Mary Ann daughter u 30 dress maker Honley
James son u 25 woolen manufacturer Netherthong
Ino ?? gson u 4 Netherthong
John Preston Head married 53 painter Crosland Out Lane
Maria wife married 56 Netherthong
Joseph son u 30 painter Netherthong
Salina daughter u 19 Netherthong
Jane daughter u 11 scholar Netherthong
Joseph Mallinson Head married 38 hand loom weaver Netherthong Out lane
Sarah wife married 36 Netherthong
Hannah daughter u 18 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Helen daughter u 16 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Mary Ann daughter u 12 Netherthong
Albert son u 11 scholar Netherthong
Francis son u 6 scholar Netherthong
Thomas son u 4 scholar Netherthong
James Scholfield Head widow 73 engineer Burton Out Lane
Eleanor Hinchliffe gdaughter u 22 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Joseph Gill Head married 39 farmer 3 acres Netherthong Giles Street
Ann wife married 39 dress maker Honley
?? son u 18 mason Netherthong
Alfred son u 17 mason Netherthong
Isabella daughter u 13 Netherthong
Eliza Ann daughter u 6 scholar Netherthong
Elizabeth Hobson widow 63 mother- in - law Upperthong
Lydia Charlesworth Head widow 65 school mistress Almondbury Giles Street
Lucy Chappel Head widow 42 burler Farnley Tyas Giles Street
John son u 22 spinner Farnley Tyas
Sarah daughter u 19 burler Farnley Tyas
Joseph son u 16 spinner Farnley Tyas
Mary Ann daughter u 13 piercer Farnley Tyas
Thomas son u 10 scholar Farnley Tyas
Sarah Storey neice u 2 ??
William Rickets Head married 45 hand loom weaver Gloucester Giles Street
Elizabeth wife married 40 Gloucester
Henry son married 19 hand loom weaver Gloucester
Mary daughter u 17 warper Gloucester
Ann daughter u 15 piercer Gloucester
Elizabeth daughter u 12 scholar Meltham
Joseph son u 12 scholar Netherthong
Godfrey Cook son u 5 scholar Netherthong
George b in law u 21 hand loom weaver Gloucester
Jonas Cooke Head married 38 hand loom weaver Netherthong Giles Street
Hannah wife married 40 burler Farnley Tyas
Joseph son u 16 piercer Netherthong
Alfred son u 8 scholar Netherthong
David son u 2 twin Netherthong
Henry son u 2 twin Netherthong
Charles Quarmby Head married 27 wool sorter Linthwaite Giles Street
Mary wife married 33 Almondbury
Emma daughter u 4 scholar Netherthong
Edward Lodge b in law u 21 tailor Almondbury
Christiana Woodhead Head widow 61 Wakefield Giles Street
Daniel son u 20 spinner Penistone
David Hinchliffe Head married 57 hand loom weaver Netherthong Giles Street
Hannah wife married 55 Honley
Martha daughter u 28 house servant Netherthong
Benjamin son u 23 hand loom weaver Netherthong
David son u 19 piercer Netherthong
Allen son u 17 willower Netherthong
Hannah daughter u 15 servant Netherthong
Thomas son u 10 piercer Netherthong
William Downs Head married 30 hand loom weaver Honley Giles Street
Mary Ann wife married 28 burler Honley
Molly daughter u 7 Honley
Martha daughter u 6 Honley
Mary Ann daughter u 5 Honley
Mary daughter u 4 Burton
Elizabeth daughter u 1 Netherthong
James Chambers Head married 42 hand loom weaver Almondbury Giles Street
Hannah wife married 39 hand loom weaver Almondbury
Sarah daughter u 18 carder Almondbury
Ellen daughter u 17 Almondbury
Allen son u 6 scholar Almondbury
John Cheetham Head married 50 hand loom weaver Honley Giles Street
Martha wife married 59 baker Thurlston
Hannah daughter u 23 hand loom weaver Farnley Tyas
Catherine daughter u 19 hand loom weaver Honley
Emma daughter u 15 carder Netherthong
Eliza daughter u 12 errand girl Netherthong
Hiram son u 10 scholar Netherthong
Martha Sykes Head widow 45 washerwoman Netherthong Giles Street
Edmund son u 17 carder Netherthong
Dan son u 14 piercer Netherthong
Harriet Dearnally Head widow 54 farmer 12 acres Netherthong Giles Street
Isaac son u 25 woolen manufacturer Netherthong
Martha daughter u 24 dress maker Netherthong
Thomas son u 22 spinner Netherthong
John son u 19 spinner Netherthong
Sam Cook son u 12 errand boy Netherthong
Joshua Kenyon Head widow 62 hand loom weaver Upperthong Giles Street
Joshua son u 31 hand loom weaver Upperthong
Henry Kenyon Head married 27 hand loom weaver Netherthong Giles Street
Sarah Ann wife married 24 Wooldale
John Henry son u 1 Wooldale
James Hoylan Head married 55 hand loom weaver Netherthong Giles Street
Ann wife married 38 hand loom weaver Upperthong
Mary daughter u 18 hand loom weaver Upperthong
John Allen son u 13 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Henry James son u 11 scholar Netherthong
Alexander son u 9 scholar Netherthong
Elizabeth daughter u 5 scholar Netherthong
Hannah daughter u 3 Netherthong
Foster son u 2 Netherthong
John brother u 42 hand loom weaver Netherthong
George Wimpenny Head widow 49 cordwainer Wooldale Dock Hill
Harriet daughter u 20 cordwainer Netherthong
Caroline daughter u 16 scholar Netherthong
Alfred son u 14 scholar Netherthong
Newton Easterwood ? u 21 journeyman Honley
Thomas Earnshaw ? u 20 apprentice Austonley
? Hobson Head married 24 carpenter Honley Dock Hill
Mary wife married 25 Netherthong
Samuel son u 6 scholar Netherthong
George son u 2 Netherthong
James son u 1 Netherthong
John Woodhead Head married 43 woodcutter Netherthong Dock Hill
Anne wife married 40 Netherthong
Hannah daughter u 15 Netherthong
Walker son u 13 burler Netherthong
Cookson son u 11 scholar Netherthong
Mary mother widow 64 burler Netherthong
Joseph Wumpenny Head married 22 cordwainer Netherthong Dock Hill
Martha wife married 22 Netherthong
Jane daughter u 1 week Netherthong
Mary daughter u 1 Netherthong
John Sykes Head married 25 spinner Honley Dock Hill
Mary wife married 20 Honley
Nathan Beardsale Head widow 57 hand loom weaver Netherthong Hole Bottom
John son u 23 labourer Netherthong
James son u 21 spinner Netherthong
Robert Fawcett Head married 73 labourer Wooldale Hole Bpttom
Susannah wife married 52 burler Netherthong
William Scholfield Head married 52 hand loom weaver Penistone Hole Bottom
Harriet wife married 55 Hoyland
Joseph son u 21 spinner Netherthong
Robert Fawcett son u 17 mill worker Netherthong
George son u 14 errand boy Netherthong
William Littlewood Head married 24 farmer's helper Honley Hole Bottom
Grace wife married 22 Honley
Daniel son u 1 Honley
Daniel Goldthorp Head married 26 hand loom weaver Shipley Hole Bottom
Isabella wife married 26 Honley
Jane daughter u 3 Honley
Mary Ann daughter u 8 months Netherthong
Alfred nephew u 9 scholar Wooldale
Arthur Blenheim brother u 20 slubber Netherthong
Daniel Hancock Head widow 65 chelsea pensioner Gloucester Hole Bottom
Charles son u 14 mill worker Netherthong
Mary daughter u 12 mill worker Netherthong
George Shore Head married 56 blacksmith Austonley Hole Bottom
Alice wife married 39 burler Austonley
John son u 30 stoker Netherthong
Mary daughter u 27 burler Netherthong
Ellen daughter u 18 dress maker Netherthong
George son u 16 blacksmith Netherthong
Martha daughter u 14 scholar Netherthong
Ben son u 10 scholar Honley
Eliza gdaughter u 6 scholar Honley
Jane gdaughter u 1 Honley
Sarah Brook Head married 52 ?? Netherthong Hole Bottom
Jonathan son u 29 ?? Netherthong
Esther daughter u 17 burler Netherthong
Joseph Sykes lodger widow 85 pauper Netherthong
Jonas lodger u 57 hand loom weaver Honley
Edward Shaw Head married 32 blacksmith Cartworth Hole Bottom
Fanny wife married 30 burler Honley
William son u 8 scholar Netherthong
Emma daughter u 5 scholar Netherthong
Caroline daughter u 2 Netherthong
Edwin son u 7 months Netherthong
John Broadbent Head married 41 woolen dyer Almondbury Hole Bottom
Susannah wife married 41 Almondbury
Elizabeth daughter u 15 Almondbury
Abel son u 13 piercer Almondbury
George son u 11 piercer Almondbury
Joshua son u 8 scholar Almondbury
William son u 6 scholar Almondbury
Mary daughter u 4 Almondbury
Lydia daughter u 2 Almondbury
Godfrey Woodhead Head married 37 woolen manufacturer Netherthong Miry Lane
Mary wife married 38 school mistress Saddleworth
William son u 15 scholar Netherthong
James son u 12 scholar Netherthong
Esther Ann daughter u 5 scholar Netherthong
Thomas James Head u 32 curate Pembrokeshire Miry Lane
Catherine Disley servant u 29 house servant Lancashire
Lydia Pasture ? Head u 43 burler Honley Miry Lane
Ely son u 24 stone delver Honley
Benjamin Eastwood Head married 45 ?? Meltham Dean Brook
Ann wife married 45 Wooldale
Mary daughter u 20 Honley
James son u 19 spinner Honley
Joseph son u 17 spinner Honley
Sarah daughter u 14 scholar Netherthong
Thomas son u 12 scholar Netherthong
Benjamin son u 10 scholar Netherthong
Martha Ann daughter u 7 scholar Netherthong
Robert son u 5 scholar Netherthong
George Shaw Head married 41 labourer Honley Dean Brook
Nancy wife married 36 Skelmanthorpe
Sarah Ann daughter u 15 Honley
Samuel son u 13 mill worker Honley
Elizabeth Ann daughter u 10 mill worker Honley
John son u 6 Honley
Esther Ann daughter u 3 Netherthong
Ben son u 2 Netherthong
Not baptised daughter u 1 Netherthong
John Boothroyd Head married 54 hand loom weaver Upperthong Hagg
Mary wife married 50 Netherthong
John Longley s in law married 27 hand loom weaver Upperthong
Martha Longley d in law married 21 Crosland
Mary gdaughter u 2 weeks Netherthong
John Boocock Head married 44 manservant Almondbury Hagg
Mary wife married 42 burler Burton
Joseph son u 18 piercer Honley
Elizabeth daughter u 12 piercer Honley
Emma daughter u 11 scholar Honley
John Edward son u 7 scholar Honley
Catherine daughter u 6 Honley
Albert son u 1 Netherthong
Joe Boocock Head married 22 spinner Almondbury Hagg
Mary wife married 20 Holme
Henry Wimpenny Head married 30 hand loom weaver Honley Hagg
Mary Ann wife married 27 Honley
Martha daughter u 3 Netherthong
George son u 1 Honley
Joseph son u 4 months Netherthong
Benjamin Woodhead Head widow 59 woodman Netherthong Hagg
Walter son u 23 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Henry son u 28 woodman Netherthong
Joseph Woodhead Head married 32 spinner Holmfirth Hagg
Mary wife married 32 Upperthong
Hannah Maria daughter u 9 short term piercer Holmfirth
Elizabeth daughter u 8 short term piercer Upperthong
Mary daughter u 6 scholar Netherthong
Ann daughter u 5 scholar Netherthong
Sarah daughter u 1 Netherthong
Elizabeth Ward Head widow 72 broom maker Netherthong Hagg
Sarah Pasture sister widow 65 broom maker Netherthong
Joseph Wainwright Head married 38 farmer 9 acres/butcher Crodingley Hagg
Margaret wife married 32 Lockwood
Benjamin son u 10 scholar Lockwood
Ann daughter u 9 scholar Honley
Richard son u 9 months Netherthong
Leah Boothroyd lodger u 12 scholar Lockwood
Edward Eastwood Head married 31 broom maker Crosland Hagg
Mary wife married 28 Netherthong
Elizabeth Ann daughter u 10 scholar Upperthong
William son u 8 scholar Netherthong
Ben son u 6 Netherthong
James Edward son u 4 Netherthong
John Booth Head married 55 hand loom weaver Honley Hagg
sarah wife married 52 burler Netherthong
Mary daughter u 27 Netherthong
Booth Woodhead lodger u 21 spinner Netherthong
David Woodhouse Head married 29 hand loom weaver Honley Hagg
Ann wife married 29 Netherthong
Hannah daughter u 6 scholar Netherthong
Albert son u 3 Netherthong
Mary Ann daughter u 1 Netherthong
David Hobson lodger u 32 cordwainer Netherthong
John Woodhouse Head married 27 hand loom weaver Honley Hagg
Betty wife married 26 Honley
Joe son u 6 Netherthong
Sarah daughter u 2 Netherthong
Hannah daughter u 3 months Netherthong
Sarah mother widow 61 Upperthong
Amos son u 21 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Mallinson son u 19 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Joseph Turner Head married 49 hand loom weaver Farnley Tyas Hagg
Mary wife married 48 Honley
Christopher son u 20 hand loom weaver Honley
Elliot son u 18 hand loom weaver Honley
Ann daughter u 13 house servant Netherthong
John son u 12 errand boy Netherthong
Hannah daughter u 7 scholar Netherthong
Ben son u 5 scholar Netherthong
Jonathan Buckley Head widow 55 hand loom weaver Kirkburton Crodingley
Abel son u 20 hand loom weaver Kirkburton
John son u 17 piercer Kirkburton
Benjamin Hobson Head married 26 spinner Netherthong Crodingley
Hannah wife married 21 dress maker Netherthong
Hannah mother widow 57 Netherthong
Mary daughter u 3 Honley
Emma daughter u 3 months Netherthong
Jonathan Buckley Head married 23 spinner Wooldale Crodingley
Betty wife married 31 burler Almondbury
Ellen daughter u 6 scholar Netherthong
Joe son u 2 Wooldale
John Lodge Head married 56 warper Almondbury Crodingley
Pheby wife married 53 Almondbury
John son u 24 warper Almondbury
Batley son u 17 warper Almondbury
Ann daughter u 9 scholar Almondbury
John Hudson Head married 27 overlooker Almondbury Crodingley
Mary wife married 28 Almondbury
Ellen daughter u 2 Almondbury
Emily daughter u 4 months Almondbury
Philip Earnshaw Head married 27 dyer Almondbury Crodingley
Elizabeth wife married 27 Almondbury
Elizabeth daughter u 9 months Almondbury
John Boothroyd Head married 30 slubber Austonley Thongsbridge
Hannah wife married 30 Netherthong
Joseph son u 7 scholar Netherthong
Sarah Ann daughter u 4 scholar Netherthong
Elizabeth daughter u 9 months Netherthong
Matthew Dawson Head married 25 engineer Honley Thongsbridge
Sarah Ann wife married 24 Netherthong
Eliza Ann daughter u 3 months Netherthong
Benjamin Littlewood Head married 60 litter receiver Honley Thongsbridge
Martha wife married 58 Farnley Tyas
William Parington lodger u 22 clerk at station Leeds
John Crosland Head married 46 carder Elland Thongsbridge
Grace wife married 47 ??
Thomas son u 19 slubber Elland
Sarah daughter u 13 home domestic Huddersfield
Margaret daughter u 11 scholar Huddersfield
Edward son u 9 scholar Huddersfield
John Thompson son u 6 scholar ??
Dan Brook Head u 19 slubber Honley Thongsbridge
Jushua brother married 24 spinner Holme
Hannah wife married 21 Netherthong
Albert brother u 5 scholar Netherthong
Grace Roebuck Head widow 49 grocer Almondbury Thongsbridge
Judith daughter u 23 grocer Almondbury
Susannah daughter u 14 scholar Almondbury
Martha Ann daughter u 9 scholar Netherthong
Mary Mellor daughter u 7 scholar Netherthong
Benjamin Boothroyd Head married 40 labourer Penistone Thongsbridge
Ann wife married 36 Austonley
Joe son u 17 labourer Netherthong
Jjames Boothroyd s in law u 16 piercer Austonley
Sarah daughter u 11 scholar Netherthong
Mary daughter u 9 scholar Netherthong
Emma daughter u 7 scholar Netherthong
George son u 5 scholar Netherthong
Ellen Ann daughter u 3 Netherthong
Godfrey Mellor Head married 45 woolen manufacturer Almondbury Thongsbridge
Elizabeth wife married 46 Almondbury
John son u 22 woolen manufacturer Almondbury
William Henry son u 19 woolen manufacturer Almondbury
James Edward son u 13 scholar Almondbury
Ann daughter u 11 scholar Almondbury
Josiah son u 8 scholar Almondbury
John son u 5 scholar Almondbury
Ann Crosland servant u 28 maid servant Halifax
Richard Senior Head married 75 labourer Kirkheaton Thongsbridge
Mary wife married 77 winder Almondbury
Ben son u 31 mill worker Almondbury
Abraham Charlesworth Head widow 77 Inn keeper Wooldale Thongsbridge
Mary Ann Garnet u 40 house keeper Huddersfield
Charles Roberts g son u 16 errand boy Huddersfield
Thomas Mellor Head married 43 woolen manufacturer Almondbury Thongsbridge
Eliza wife married 39 Almondbury
Sarah daughter u 18 Almondbury
Mary Jane daughter u 11 scholar Almondbury
Charles Alfred son u 9 scholar Almondbury
Hannah Maria daughter u 7 scholar Almondbury
Henrietta daughter u 5 Almondbury
Anna Elizabeth daughter u 3 Almondbury
Ann Hirst servant u 26 servant Kirkburton
John Dyson Head married 51 woolen manufacturer Meltham Hare Royd
Rachel wife married 45 Bingley
Joseph son u 23 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Hannah daughter u 19 Honley
Mary daughter u 17 Honley
William son u 15 Honley
James son u 14 scholar Netherthong
Sarah Ann daughter u 11 scholar Netherthong
? Frances daughter u 9 Netherthong
Alice daughter u 5 Netherthong
John Thomas son u 2 Netherthong
George Mallinson Head married 46 hand loom weaver Netherthong Thongsbridge
Elizabeth wife married 46 British Subject
John son u 20 spinner Netherthong
John Seddon Head married 29 engineer Wooldale Thongsbridge
Eliza wife married 29 Shelley
Maria daughter u 4 Wooldale
Hannah daughter u 2 Wooldale
George Seddon Head u 22 slubber Wooldale Thongsbridge
Sidney brother u 20 slubber Wooldale
Hannah servant u 24 house servant Wooldale
Ellen Bray Head widow 74 Inn keeper Penistone Thongsbridge
Ellen daughter u 30 Netherthong
Joseph son u ?? servant Netherthong
Robert Hallas Head married 30 ?? Honley Thongsbridge
Ann wife married 31 Honley
Robert son u 1 Netherthong
Mary Charlesworth servant u 30 house servant Penistone
George Robinson ?? u 31 scribbling miller Honley Thongsbridge
George Nelson ?? u 21 woolen manufacturer Leeds
Henry Roebuck Head married 23 spinner Almondbury Thongsbridge
Mary wife married 26 Netherthong
David son u 3 Netherthong
Benjamin son u 10 months Netherthong
Joseph Mellor Head married 38 woolen manufacturer Almondbury Thongsbridge
Mary wife married 36 Netherthong
Edwin son u 16 Netherthong
George Henry son u 11 scholar Netherthong
Albert son u 9 scholar Netherthong
Thomas Henry nephew u 4 Huddersfield
Harriet servant u 14 house servant Penistone
William Robinson Head married 46 engineer Wooldale Thongsbridge
Betty wife married 38 Netherthong
Mary daughter u 19 carder Wooldale
Ruth daughter u 14 carder Wooldale
John son u 13 carder Wooldale
?? son u 10 scholar Wooldale
William Henry son u 7 scholar Wooldale
Mark son u 4 Netherthong
Joe son u 1 Netherthong
Joseph Hall Head married 31 tailor Bretton Thongsbridge
Mary wife married 26 Bretton
Jane daughter u 2 Lepton
Joseph Walker ?? u 26 journeyman Middlestown
Joseph Clarkson ?? u 29 journeyman Bretton
David Charlesworth Head married 44 slubber Upperthong Thongsbridge
Nancy wife married 44 Kirkburton
Tom son u 17 carder Wooldale
Clara daughter u 15 carder Wooldale
Hannah daughter u 6 scholar Wooldale
Ann Levallon Head married 48 ?? Wooldale Thongsbridge
James son u 22 carder Upperthong
Jonathan son u 21 slubber Netherthong
Thpmad Broadbent Head married 44 shop keeper Penistone Thongsbridge
Harriet wife married 40 Penistone
William son u 17 Penistone
Sarah daughter u 14 Netherthong
Ann daughter u 8 scholar Netherthong
Eliza daughter u 6 scholar Netherthong
Thompson son u 11 months Netherthong
Hiram Earnshaw Head married 42 fulling miller Netherthong Thongsbridge
Ann wife married 40 Netherthong
John son u 19 Netherthong
Mary daughter u 18 Netherthong
Joseph son u 16 Netherthong
Lucy Ann daughter u 12 Netherthong
William son u 10 scholar Netherthong
Emma daughter u 7 scholar Netherthong
Nathan Hinchliffe Head married 21 hand loom weaver Upperthong Thongsbridge
Sarah wife married 20 Almondbury
Joe son u 10 months Netherthong
Mary Morehouse Head widow 68 farmer 5 acres Kirkburton Spring Bottom
Thomas son u 39 landed proprietor Netherthong
Mary Hudson Head widow 57 hand loom weaver Wooldale Fearnought
Elizabeth Sykes Head widow 46 Slaithwaite Fearnought
Thomas son u 17 woolen tester Slaithwaite
Mary Ann daughter u 16 piercer ??
William son u 9 piercer Netherthong
Mary daughter u 5 Netherthong
Henry Hudson Head married 29 hand loom weaver Netherthong Fearnought
Sarah wife married 29 Netherthong
Mary daughter u 7 Netherthong
George son u 2 Netherthong
July daughter u 1 month Netherthong
Joseph lodger u 21 hand loom weaver Chippenham
Thomas Hinchliffe Head widow 70 hand loom weaver Cartworth Fearnought
Joseph son u 49 hand loom weaver Netherthong
John son u 40 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Joseph Hudson Head married 31 hand loom weaver Netherthong Fearnought
Emma wife married 26 Wooldale
Eliza daughter u 6 scholar Netherthong
Ann daughter u 5 scholar Netherthong
Ruth daughter u 3 Netherthong
Hannah daughter u 2 months twin Netherthong
Martha daughter u 2 months twin Netherthong
Sarah Hudson Head widow 56 hand loom weaver ?? Fearnought
Arthur son u 22 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Henry son u 23 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Joseph son u 14 hand loom weaver Netherthong
?? son u 12 hand loom weaver Netherthong
George Mellor Head married 44 cloth finisher Wooldale Sands
Hannah wife married 39 Wooldale
Sarah daughter u 15 piercer Hepworth
Andrew son u 13 piercer Hepworth
Isaac son u 12 Wooldale
?? son u 6 scholar Netherthong
James son u 5 Netherthong
Ann daughter u 3 Netherthong
John William son u 10 months Netherthong
William Wakefield Head married 24 mule spinner Stroud Sands
Mary wife married 24 Upperthong
Joseph Wakefield Head married 49 hand loom weaver Stroud Sands
Ann wife married 48 Somerset
Carolina daughter u 28 hand loom weaver Stroud
Elizabeth daughter u 18 piercer Stroud
James son u 15 piercer Stroud
John son u 9 piercer Netherthong
Emma daughter u 6 scholar Netherthong
William Brook Head married 51 mill overlooker Wooldale Sands
Hannah wife married 52 Hepworth
Jane daughter u 22 Choppards
Walter son u 20 slubber Wooldale
Elizabeth daughter u 16 mill worker Wooldale
Henry son u 14 mill worker Wooldale
James son u 12 scholar Wooldale
Daniel son u 10 scholar Wooldale
William Henry son u 2 Netherthong
Emilia Boothroyd Head u 31 burler Netherthong Sands
?? son u 10 burler Netherthong
Benjamin son u 7 Netherthong
Hannah daughter u 3 Netherthong
Nathan Boothroyd Head married 36 hand loom weaver Netherthong Sands
Elizabeth wife married 35 burler Elland
Hannah daughter u 11 burler Netherthong
Emma daughter u 8 scholar Netherthong
Tom son u 6 scholar Netherthong
Firth? son u 4 Netherthong
Alfred son u 1 Netherthong
James Caldwell Head married 40 hand loom weaver Wooldale Sands
Lydia wife married 36 Upperthong
Elizabeth daughter u 9 Netherthong
William son u 7 scholar Netherthong
Robert son u 3 Netherthong
Sarah Coldwell Head widow 60 Wooldale Sands
Martha daughter u 36 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Ruth daughter u 27 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Charles son u 19 Netherthong
Henry Castle Head married 31 hand loom weaver Hepworth Holmroyd Nook
Mary wife married 32 bobbin winder Honley
Hannah Castle Head widow 57 farmer 10 acres Hepworth Holmroyd Nook
George son u 38 farmer Hepworth
James son u 27 hand loom weaver Hepworth
John son u 25 dresser of scraps Hepworth
Martha daughter u 23 dress maker Hepworth
Joseph son u 20 hand loom weaver Hepworth
Lydia daughter u 15 Hepworth
Joseph Booth visitor married 42 farm labourer Cheshure
John Wood visitor u 23 boot/shoe maker Bradfield
Joseph Roberts Head widow 78 farmer 21 acres Almondbury Holmroyd Nook
Sarah daughter u 51 Netherthong
Jonathan son u 47 commercial traveller Netherthong
Eliza daughter u 42 Netherthong
Ann daughter u 38 Wooldale
Joseph Haigh Head married 35 hand loom weaver Longwood Sands
Lydia wife married 32 Upperthong
John son u 13 piercer Netherthong
Hannah daughter u 10 scholar Netherthong
Mary daughter u 5 scholar Netherthong
Sarah daughter u 2 Netherthong
Elliot Charlesworth Head married 22 slubber Upperthong Wellhouse
Emma wife married 26 Farnley Tyas
Mary daughter u 1 Wooldale
Richard Wood Head widow 48 gardener of 4 acres Kirkheaton Spring Garden
Hannah daughter u 20 Netherthong
John son u 18 Netherthong
William son u 16 Netherthong
Sarah Ann daughter u 11 Netherthong
Benjamin son u 8 scholar Netherthong
Emily ? daughter u 6 scholar Netherthong
Thomas Dyson Head married 44 woolen manufacturer Netherthong Wellhouse
Ellen wife married 35 Netherthong
Mary Emily daughter u 8 scholar Upperthong
Thomas William son u 7 scholar Netherthong
Lydia Woodhouse servant u 23 house servant Netherthong
Eliza Hirst servant u 20 house servant Netherthong
John Crosley Head married 36 ?? Penistone Wellhouse
Eliza wife married 35 Wooldale
Elizabeth daughter u 12 Netherthong
James son u 4 Netherthong
Jackson S. Floyd Head married 39 solicitor Netherthong Sands
Mary wife married 38 Netherthong
Jackson son u 18 solicitors clerk Netherthong
Mary Ann daughter u 16 Upperthong
Jane Emily daughter u 11 scholar Huddersfield
Charlotte Elizabeth daughter u 9 scholar Huddersfield
Hannah Sophia daughter u 6 scholar Netherthong
John Peel son u 4 scholar Netherthong
Martha Lockwood servant u 19 servant Penistone
Margaret Battye servant u 19 servant Scotland
James Brook Head married 52 woolen manufacturer Wooldale Bridge Mill
Ann wife married 50 Cartworth
Annie daughter u 14 Cartworth
Ann Hayle servant u 20 maid servant Kirkburton
John Lightfoot son married 21 Cheshure
Robert Scott ?? u 16 woolen manufacturer Huddersfield
Afred Broadbent ?? u 15 woolen manufacturer Longwood
Ann Taylor Head widow 56 farmer 18 acres Upperthong Greave
Jabiz son u 29 weaver Meltham
Ruth daughter u 22 weaver Meltham
Joseph son u 20 weaver Meltham
Elizabeth daughter u 18 weaver Meltham
Charles son u 16 weaver Netherthong
Emma daughter u 11 Netherthong
Matthew Taylor Head married 56 weaver Meltham Greave
Sarah wife married 35 Netherthong
Edward nephew u 4 Netherthong
Jeb Sykes Head u 32 farmer 11 acres Netherthong Greave
George brother u 41 finisher Netherthong
?? brother u 42 weaver Netherthong
Sykes Sykes nephew u 15 weaver Netherthong
William Taylor Head married 32 weaver Meltham Greave
Martha wife married 32 weaver Marsden
Joseph son u 6 scholar Netherthong
Thomas son u 2 Netherthong
Henry son u 3 months Netherthong
John Hirst Head married 39 joiner Netherthong Greave
Hannah wife married 38 Netherthong
Edward son u 8 scholar Netherthong
Martha daughter u 3 Netherthong
Ellen daughter u 1 Netherthong
John Taylor Head married 76 farmer 15 acres Meltham Greave
Hannah wife married 71 Netherthong
Sarah daughter u 40 house servant Netherthong
Ann daughter u 38 cotton labourer Netherthong
Rebeckah daughter u 30 house servant Netherthong
Emma daughter u 28 weaver Netherthong
John son u 49 weaver Netherthong
George Booth servant u 20 weaver Netherthong
John Kaye Head married 43 hand loom weaver Honley Greave
Mary wife married ?? Honley
John son u 13 Netherthong
Crispin son u 10 scholar Netherthong
James Hirst lodger u 20 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Joseph Bradbury Head married 47 farmer 10 acres Austonley Greave
Ann wife married 39 Austonley
Joe son u 10 Austonley
Mary daughter u 3 Austonley
?? son u 6 scholar Netherthong
Sarah Hannah daughter u 2 Netherthong
Josua Charlesworth Head married 42 clothier Netherthong Greave
Mary wife married 39 Penistone
Ann daughter u 16 silk winder Netherthong
Simeon son u 15 carder Netherthong
James son u 13 piercer Netherthong
Mary Ann daughter u 11 nurse Netherthong
David son u 9 piercer Netherthong
Sarah daughter u 7 Netherthong
Jeb son u 6 Netherthong
Benjamin son u 4 Netherthong
Elizabeth daughter u 1 Netherthong
Mary Woodhouse Head widow 56 clothier Netherthong Greave
Henry son u 27 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Hannah daughter u 23 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Martha daughter u 20 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Mary daughter u 20 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Elliot son u 18 hand loom weaver Netherthong
James son u 11 scholar Netherthong
Mary Hirst Head u 34 house keeper Netherthong Greave
Martha ?? u 26 weaver Netherthong
Frank Hirst Head married 36 weaver Netherthong Greave
Martha wife married 32 weaver Netherthong
Mary daughter u 7 Netherthong
Jane daughter u 5 Netherthong
Tom son u 1 Netherthong
Nancy Steer Head widow 61 farmer 27 acres Netherthong Greave
John Bradberry Head married 24 hand loom weaver Austonley Greave
Rachel wife married 28 weaver Upperthong
Ann Kinder Head widow 59 farmer 2 acres Cartworth Greave
Hannah daughter u 34 ?? Upperthong
Eliza daughter u 32 house servant Upperthong
George son u 24 joiner Upperthong
Abraham son u 21 saddler Upperthong
David nephew u 19 Netherthong
Thomas Haigh Head married 50 farm labourer ?? Greave
Eliza wife married 39 ??
Thomas son u 7 ??
George son u 6 ??
Emma daughter u 1 ??
James Hirst Head married 53 farmer 11 acres Netherthong Greave
Grace wife married 52 Meltham
Mary Ann daughter u 20 Netherthong
James son u 18 cordwainer Netherthong
Martha Ellen daughter u 11 Netherthong
John Downs servant u 25 farmers man Netherthong
George Taylor Head married 27 weaver Netherthong Greave
Hannah wife married 29 weaver Meltham
Isabela daughter u 5 scholar Netherthong
Elizabeth daughter u 2 Netherthong
James Stead Head married 28 spinner Meltham Greave
Mary wife married 23 Meltham
Samuel son u 4 scholar Netherthong
John son u 3 Netherthong
Elizabeth Hinchliffe Head widow 60 farmer 9 acres Netherthong Greave
Sarah daughter u 32 Netherthong
Hannah daughter u 29 Netherthong
Richard Hirst Head married 43 oil merchant Netherthong Greave
Elizabeth wife married 32 Pontefract
Charles son u 9 scholar Huddersfield
Henry Arthur son u 8 scholar Huddersfield
Mary Thornton servant u 19 house servant Pontefract
Joseph Hirst Head married 46 woolen manufacturer Netherthong Greave
Eleanor wife married 39 Warrington
Sarah Shaw servant u 23 house servant Huddersfield
James Marsden Head married 65 farmer 19 acres Netherthong Carr
Elizabeth wife married 65 Netherthong
John Linthong? son u 34 weaver Upperthong
Ann Linthong ?? daughter u 19 house servant Sheffield
?? Herley son u 16 farm labourer Upperthong
Jonas Linthong ?? ?? u 3 Netherthong
Isaac Rees Head married 34 hand loom weaver Austonley Wolfstones
Sarah wife married 37 Wooldale
Jane Thorpe servant u 14 bobbin winder Cartworth
Joseph Taylor Head married 46 hand loom weaver Holme Wolfstones
Ann wife married 43 hand loom weaver Upperthong
Maria daughter u 21 bobbin winder Upperthong
Alice daughter u 16 hand loom weaver Upperthong
Hinchliff son u 14 hand loom weaver Upperthong
Eliza daughter u 10 scholar Netherthong
Sanuel Platt ?? u 29 hand loom weaver Netherthong
John Bottomley Head married 56 woolen manufacturer Upperthong Wolfstones
Mary wife married 53 Netherthong
Hannah daughter u 23 hand loom weaver Upperthong
Elizabeth daughter u 19 hand loom weaver Upperthong
Sarah Ann daughter u 14 scholar Netherthong
?? daughter u 11 scholar Netherthong
William Hallet servant u 14 man servant Farnley Tyas
Jonathan Nobles Head married 34 farmer 10 acres Netherthong Wolfstones
Sarah wife married 32 Kirkburton
Elizabeth daughter u 5 Honley
William son u 4 Honley
Jonathan son u 1 Netherthong
Sarah May servant u 13 house servant ??
John Wimpenny Head married 28 hand loom weaver Upperthong Wolfstones
Emma wife married 24 Netherthong
Joseph son u 4 Upperthong
Boothroyd son u 1 Netherthong
Walter Middleton Head married 24 farm labourer Penistone Wolfstones
Ann wife married 20 Netherthong
Ellen Boothroyd sister u 18 servant Netherthong
John Boothroyd Head married 56 wool sorter Netherthong Wolfstones
Mary wife married 38 Upperthong
Charles Peace g son u 13 Upperthong
John Haigh Head married 53 farmer 18 acres Honley Beacon Hill
Agnes wife married 52 Honley
Mary daughter u 27 Netherthong
Sarah daughter u 25 Netherthong
William Beard servant u 18 farm labourer Penistone
David Lee Head married 59 farmer 37 acres Honley Moor Lane
Sarah wife married 56 Lincoln
William son u 28 Hepworth
Ann daughter u 26 Honley
Rachel daughter u 19 Honley
Joseph Hinchliff Head u 38 hand loom weaver Upperthong Moor Lane
Alfred brother u 22 hand loom weaver Upperthong
William brother u 29 hand loom weaver Upperthong
Elizabeth sister u 16 Netherthong
Joseph Woodhouse Head married 56 hand loom weaver Honley Moor Lane
Sarah wife married 50 hand loom weaver Honley
Charles son u 20 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Elizabeth daughter u 19 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Joe son u 17 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Ann daughter u 16 bobbin winder Netherthong
Sarah daughter u 12 bobbin winder Netherthong
Ellen daughter u 9 scholar Netherthong
Emily ? daughter u 6 scholar Netherthong
Joseph Hobson Head married 38 weaver Netherthong Moor Lane
Eliza wife married 34 Upperthong
Jonas son u 16 weaver Netherthong
Ellen daughter u 13 weaver Netherthong
Hannah daughter u 12 Netherthong
Alfred son u 10 bobbin winder Netherthong
Joe son u 8 Netherthong
High son u 6 Netherthong
Eliza daughter u 3 Netherthong
Alice daughter u 2 Netherthong
William Hobson Head widow 40 weaver Netherthong Moor Lane
Emma daughter u 12 Netherthong
Eliza daughter u 10 Netherthong
John Henry son u 8 Netherthong
Frederick son u 6 Netherthong
Phineas Lee Head u 30 weaver Honley Moor Lane
Dan Sykes Head married 34 spinner Netherthong Towngate
Elizabeth daughter married 34 Kirkburton
John son u 8 scholar Netherthong
?? son u 6 scholar Netherthong
Albert son u 6 scholar Netherthong
Fanny daughter u 3 Netherthong
Jane ?? servant u 14 house servant Kirkburton
Joseph Hirst Head married 28 dyer Honley Towngate
Mariah ?? wife married 25 Honley
Sarah Jane daughter u 6 months Netherthong
Charles Barkill Head married 66 weaver Netherthong Towngate
Sarah wife married 64 Netherthong
Henry Dearnally Head married 27 spinner Netherthong Towngate
Sarah wife married 28 Netherthong
Joseph son u 5 scholar Netherthong
Alfred son u 3 Netherthong
Josiah son u 1 Netherthong
Martha Ann daughter u 3 weeks Netherthong
Ellen Platt servant u 13 house servant Honley
Noah Woodhead Head married 39 cordwainer Netherthong Towngate
Sarah wife married 30 Netherthong
Wright son u 10 scholar Netherthong
Mark son u 8 scholar Netherthong
Lorna daughter u 5 Netherthong
Julian daughter u 2 Netherthong
Aller daughter u 1 Netherthong
Charles Hobson Head married 53 grocer Honley Towngate
Eliza wife married 46 Huddersfield
Charles Edward son u 46 Netherthong
Nancy Littlewood Head widow 56 clothier Netherthong Towngate
George son u 29 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Abel son u 28 hand loom weaver Netherthong
John son u 23 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Hannah daughter u 17 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Mary Ann daughter u 14 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Jonas nephew u 5 scholar Wooldale
George Taylor Head married 58 hand loom weaver Upperthong Towngate
Mary wife married 44 burler Upperthong
Daniel son u 20 hand loom weaver Netherthong
Benjamin son u 18 cordwainer Netherthong
Betty daughter u 15 piercer Netherthong
William son u 13 piercer Netherthong
John Woodhead Head married 31 hand loom weaver Netherthong Towngate
Mary wife married 26 burler Upperthong
Hobson son u 4 scholar Netherthong
Joe son u 1 Netherthong
?? Hobson Head u 33 burler Netherthong Towngate
John Johnson Head married 42 hand loom weaver Meltham Towngate
Ruth wife married 38 Honley
Catherine daughter u 11 Honley
Joseph son u 8 Netherthong
Mary daughter u 4 Netherthong
David son u 3 Netherthong
Jonas Littlewood lodger u ?? farm labourer Honley
Joshua Woodhead Head married 20 farm labourer Honley Towngate
Jane wife married 25 weaver Netherthong
Sarah Woodhead Head widow 84 farmer 12 acres Netherthong Towngate
Abraham nephew u 16 apprentice Netherthong
Ellen Rodger servant u 20 house servant ??
Richard Downing servant u 25 farm labourer ??
John Platt Head married 59 tailor Marsden Towngate
Hannah wife married 48 tailor Netherthong
Joseph son u 29 tailor Netherthong
Ann daughter u 18 tailor Netherthong
William son u 16 tailor Netherthong
Alfred son u 14 tailor Netherthong
John son u 11 scholar Netherthong
Hammond son u 6 scholar Netherthong
Benjamin Wilson Head married 49 farmer Netherthong Towngate
Jane wife married 35 Wooldale
Sarah daughter u 13 Netherthong
Ann daughter u 11 scholar Netherthong
Benjamin son u 4 Netherthong
Elisa daughter u 2 Netherthong
George Mallinson Head u 50 farmer 7 acres Netherthong Towngate
Joseph brother u 40 ?? Netherthong
Benjamin brother u 30 weaver Netherthong
Joseph Wilson Head married 38 farmer 7 acres Netherthong Towngate
Mary wife married 36 Honley
John son u 7 scholar Netherthong
Joseph son u 3 Netherthong
Martha Ann daughter u 9 months Netherthong
Mary Mallinson servant u 19 house servant Netherthong
James Jagger Head married 36 woolen manufacturer Netherthong Towngate
Hannah wife married 34 Saddleworth
Martha daughter u 10 scholar Netherthong
Mary Jane daughter u 8 scholar Netherthong
John son u 1 Netherthong
Julia Priest servant u 19 house servant Cawthorne
John Jagger Head widow 75 farmer 12 acres Netherthong Towngate
Benjamin Woodhead Head married 32 tailor Netherthong Green ??
Mary wife married 30 Penistone
James parker u 21 apprentice Netherthong
John Goddard u 19 apprentice Netherthong
Johan Rusell Head married 39 mason Netherthong Wells Green
Hannah wife married 30 Netherthong
Sarah daughter u 4 Netherthong
Julina ?? daughter u 3 Netherthong
Benjamin Gil Head married 46 mason Netherthong Wells Green
Martha wife married 44 Netherthong
Mary Ann daughter u 20 Netherthong
Alfred son u 17 Netherthong
Jonathan son u 15 Netherthong
Ellen daughter u 13 Netherthong
Grace daughter u 9 Netherthong
James Turner Head married 24 hand loom weaver Kirkburton Wells Green
Jane ?? wife married 25 Bintley??
Ann daughter u 8 months Honley
Jane Chadwick m in law widow 72 ??
George Woodhead Head married 29 shopkeeper Netherthong Town Head
Ann wife married 28 Honley
Mary daughter u 4 Netherthong
Joseph son u 5 months Netherthong
James Hoyle Head married 36 hand loom weaver Upperthong Bastile
Mary wife married 32 Thirlston
?? son u 13 hand loom weaver Wooldale
Sarah daughter u 8 Wooldale
John son u 11 bobbin winder Wooldale
Jonas son u 6 Wooldale
Ann daughter u 4 Wooldale
Hannah daughter u 2 Netherthong
John Haigh Head married 38 hand loom weaver Golcar Bastile
Ann wife married 36 Honley
Joseph son u 16 carder Austonley
James son u 10 carder Austonley
Wright son u 12 bobbin winder Austonley
Emma daughter u 9 scholar Austonley
Charles Preston Head married 40 spinner Honley Bastile
Martha wife married 40 spinner Netherthong
William son u 17 spinner Netherthong
John son u 16 warper Netherthong
Ann daughter u 13 piercer Netherthong
Emma daughter u 10 Netherthong
Jane daughter u 8 Netherthong
Joseph Garside Head married 58 clothier Wooldale Bastile
Sarah wife married 57 Wooldale
Will son u 29 hand loom weaver Wooldale
John son u 20 hand loom weaver Wooldale
Ann daughter u 19 hand loom weaver Wooldale
Eliza daughter u 15 hand loom weaver Wooldale
Sarah daughter u 6 Wooldale
George son u 5 Wooldale
William Rusell Head married 53 farm labourer Honley Bastile
Elizabeth wife married 48 Almondbury
William son u 22 labourer Netherthong
Tom son u 11 scholar Netherthong
Betty daughter u 8 scholar Netherthong
Emma Webster lodger u 6 Upperthong
Sarah Rusell daughter u 6 Netherthong
Mary Maran Head u 29 hand loom weaver Netherthong Bastile
Joseph brother u 18 carder Netherthong
William brother u 16 carder Netherthong
James Gartside lodger u 22 hand loom weaver Wooldale
Joseph Lodge Head married 25 hand loom weaver Almondbury Bastile
Ellen Ann wife married 22 Upperthong
Henry son u 2 Netherthong
Sanderson son u 1 month Netherthong
Thomas Woodhouse Head married 28 hand loom weaver Netherthong Bastile
Ann wife married 20 Austonley
Robert Taylor Head married 34 farm labourer Crosland Greave
?? wife married 32 Meltham
Alice u 24 Meltham
Martha u 20 Meltham
John Roberts u 6 scholar Meltham
Joseph Charlesworth Head widow 75 farm labourer Upperthong Greave

The National census for Netherthong for 1861.

The census for 1861 complied to the standard national format. The details were compiled for each house/residence by the head of the household whose name appeared first. His/her name was followed by the rest of the inhabitants in the property at the time.  The marital status ( married, unmarried, widow/widower), age , occupation (if any ) and place of birth was recorded for each person. The location of the property was also given.

These  details as supplied to the Census Office were transcribed by hand in copperplate writing onto  pre-printed forms. If any of you have seen examples of this style of  writing you will be aware that it is very ornate with lots of flourishes particularly on  capital letters as well as most of the  letters with ascenders and decenders such as h, l, k, b, f, g, j and y. On occasions this made it very difficult for me to establish names accurately and you will find I have resorted to using ?? marks.

Some of the place names make interesting reading as a number of them are no longer thought of as part of modern-day Netherthong.  Among these are   Sand bed, Hole Bottom, Lower Hagg, Thongs Bridge – North Side  and Thongs Bridge – South Side, Crodingley, Bastile, Upper Greave, Lower Greave, Wolfstone, Bridge Mill, Upper Fearnought and Lower Fearnought.

Name Position Status Age Occupation Place of birth Location
Samuel Leyden HEAD married 43 farmer meltham Moor Gate
Ellen wife married 47 Farnley tyas
Timothy son unmarried 20 printer Honley
Thomas son unmarried 17 bookkeeper meltham
Benjamin son unmarried 10 meltham
John Fot HEAD married 56 farmer Lancashire Moor Lane
Ann wife married 55 farmers wife Honley
Ellen daughter unmarried 25 house maid Honley
Fanny daughter unmarried 19 house maid Honley
John son unmarried 16 farmer Netherthong
Thomas Hartley servany unmarried 19 carter Upperthong
Hannah Platt HEAD widow 65 farmer Upperthong Sand bed
Arnimon son unmarried 37 weaver Honley
Charles g/son unmarried 15 weaver Honley
Ann g/daught unmarried 12 scholar Honley Sand bed
William Platt HEAD married 41 weaver Netherthong
Martha wife married 41 Thurstonland
Charles son unmarried 14 weaver Netherthong
Henry son unmarried 11 winder Netherthong
Hannah daughter unmarried 10 scholar Netherthong
Mary Ann daughter unmarried 7 scholar Netherthong
Elizabeth daughter unmarried 5 scholar Netherthong
Eliza Ann daughter unmarried 2 scholar Netherthong
John Hinchliffe HEAD married 25 spinner Netherthong Miry lane Bottom
Grace wife married 22 Cartworth
Hannah mother widow 62 Netherthong
Rev. Thomas James HEAD unmarried 40 Curator pembroke Parsonage
Lydia Moss unmarried 33 house servant Shepley
Joseph Gill HEAD married 51 stone mason Netherthong School House
Ann wife married 49 Honley
Eliza Ann daughter unmarried 17 cotton reeler Netherthong
Sarah Elizabeth daughter unmarried 25 dress maker Netherthong
Isabella daughter unmarried 23 school mistress Netherthong
Alice g/daught unmarried 3 scholar Netherthong
? Boothroyd HEAD married 36 woolen designer Honley Dock Hill
Mary Ann wife married 27 Thurstonland
Emma daughter unmarried 2 Netherthong
Charles son unmarried 5m Netherthong
Ann Woodcock HEAD widow 60 Honley Dock Hill
Hiram son unmarried 38 slubber Honley
George son unmarried 35 slubber Honley
Mary Beasdale g/daught unmarried 6 scholar Honley
Benjamin Woodhead HEAD unmarried 41 woodman Netherthong Dock Hill
David Hobson HEAD married 42 cordwainer Netherthong Dock Hill
Ann wife married 32 weaver Bradley
George Humpenny HEAD married 59 cordwainer Wooldale Dock Hill
Ann wife married 50 Netherthong
Alfred son unmarried 23 cordwainer Netherthong
William son unmarried 21 cordwainer Netherthong
Ramsden Mallinson stepson unmarried 17 cordwainer Linthwaite
Benjamin Gill boarder unmarried 50 cordwainer Netherthong
John Dearnally HEAD widow 75 weaver Wooldale Dock Hill
Sarah daughter unmarried 49 housemaid Netherthong
George son unmarried 44 weaver Netherthong
John g/son unmarried 17 piecer Netherthong
N.Gill HEAD married 33 stone mason Netherthong Dock Hill
Ann wife married 24 weaver Netherthong
John Woodhead HEAD married 52 woodman Netherthong Dock Hill
Ann wife married 50 Netherthong
Hannah daughter unmarried 23 burler Netherthong
Walter son unmarried 23 woodman Netherthong
Frank Platt HEAD married 33 weaver Honley Hole Bottom
Elizabeth wife married 35 Hepworth
Alfred Mills stepson unmarried 12 bobbin minder Austonley
Dora daughter unmarried 8 scholar Austonley
William Scholfield HEAD married 63 weaver Penistone Hole Bottom
Harriet wife married 63 Silkstone
Robert son unmarried 24 spinner Netherthong
Mary Woodhead servant unmarried 13 house maid Netherthong
Robert Fawcett HEAD widow 83 Wooldale Hole Bottom
Elliot Turner HEAD married 29 weaver Honley Hole Bottom
Mary wife married 29 Wooldale
Josiah son unmarried 6 scholar Wooldale
Betty daughter unmarried 4 scholar Netherthong
Christopher son unmarried 2 Netherthong
George Shore HEAD married 63 blacksmith Austonley Hole Bottom
Ann wife married 63 Austonley
John son unmarried 40 scribbler Netherthong
Mary daughter unmarried 38 Netherthong
Benjamin son unmarried 18 spinner Honley
Elizabeth g/daught unmarried 16 scholar Honley
Jane g/daught unmarried 11 scholar Honley
William Schofield g/son unmarried 17 warper Netherthong
Jane g/daught unmarried 3 scholar Netherthong
George son unmarried 26 scribbler Netherthong
Fanny Shore HEAD widow 39 burler Thurstonland End of Hole Bottom
Emma daughter unmarried 24 umbrella worker Netherthong
Caroline daughter unmarried 12 nurse Netherthong
Harriet daughter unmarried 9 scholar Netherthong
? Shore son unmarried 6 scholar Netherthong
Alfred son unmarried 3 Netherthong
Sophia daughter unmarried 1 Netherthong
B.Eastwood HEAD widow 55 farmer meltham Dean Brook
Mary daughter unmarried 31 meltham
Sarah daughter unmarried 24 Honley
S. son unmarried 21 spinner Honley
Martha daughter unmarried 17 Netherthong
Joe g/son unmarried 6 scholar Honley
Robert Henworthy g/son unmarried 4 scholar Honley
James Eastwood brother unmarried 53 farmer Honley
Jonathan Bower HEAD married 67 fell manager Netherthong Dean Brook
Elizabeth wife married 63 Wooldale
John Dyson HEAD married 62 shopkeeper/farmer meltham Har Royd
Rachel wife married 58 Bingley
Harriet daughter unmarried 29 Netherthong
Mary daughter unmarried 27 Netherthong
William son unmarried 25 weaver Netherthong
James son unmarried 24 farmer Netherthong
Sarah daughter unmarried 21 Netherthong
? daughter unmarried 18 Netherthong
Alice daughter unmarried 15 scholar Netherthong
John son unmarried 12 scholar Netherthong
John Boothroyd HEAD married 75 burler Netherthong Lower Hagg
Mary wife married 60 burler Netherthong
Sarah daughter unmarried 22 burler Almondbury
Arthur g/son unmarried 3 scholar Netherthong
Benjamin Woodhead HEAD widow 70 woodman Netherthong Lower Hagg
Henry son unmarried 39 woodman Netherthong
Thomas Boothroyd HEAD married 29 weaver Crosland Lower Hagg
Sarah wife married 27 Farnley tyas
Shaw son unmarried 5 Netherthong
Hugh son unmarried 2 Netherthong
Betty Wood mother 53 burler Farnley tyas
David Woodhead HEAD married 39 weaver Honley Lower Hagg
Ann wife married 39 weaver Netherthong
Harriet daughter unmarried 17 piecer Crosland
Albert son unmarried 13 piecer Netherthong
Mary daughter unmarried 11 scholar Netherthong
John Preston HEAD married 26 warper Netherthong Lower Hagg
Hannah wife married 26 Honley
Amos Woodhouse HEAD married 32 overlooker Farnley tyas Lower Hagg
Martha wife married 27 Farnley tyas
Ruth daughter unmarried 10m Netherthong
John Haig HEAD married 45 weaver Sheffield Lower Hagg
Elizabeth wife married 48 weaver Sheffield
Phyllis daughter unmarried 25 weaver Sheffield
Emma daughter unmarried 14 weaver Fulstone
Sarah daughter unmarried 11 bobbin minder Fulstone
John son unmarried 7 scholar ?
Fred son unmarried 2 Netherthong
John Bocock HEAD married 53 groom gardener Farnley tyas Lower Hagg
Mary wife married 52 Wooldale
Emma daughter unmarried 19 burler Farnley tyas
John son unmarried 17 spinner Farnley tyas
Catherine daughter unmarried 13 piecer Farnley tyas
Albert son unmarried 11 scholar Netherthong
Joshua g/son unmarried 7 scholar Netherthong
James Hallas HEAD married 54 gardener Farnley tyas Lower Hagg
Ruth wife married 49 Farnley tyas
Edward son unmarried 20 finisher Honley
Charles son unmarried 17 fulling miller Honley
Emma daughter unmarried 14 rag sorter Honley
Charlotte g/daught unmarried 8 scholar Honley
Joshua Robinson g/son unmarried 7 dchol Leeds
Edward Eastwood HEAD married 42 whisk maker Almondbury Lower Hagg
Mary wife married 43 Netherthong
Elizabeth daughter unmarried 28 whisk maker Netherthong
William son unmarried 17 weaver Netherthong
Ben son unmarried 15 whisk maker Netherthong
James son unmarried 13 whisk maker Netherthong
Adad? daughter unmarried ? scholar Netherthong
John Woodhouse HEAD married 27 weaver Honley Lower Hagg
Betty wife married 36 weaver Honley
Joe son unmarried 14 piecer Netherthong
Sarah daughter unmarried 12 servant Netherthong
Hannah daughter unmarried 10 scholar Netherthong
? son unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
David son unmarried 4 scholar Netherthong
John Booth HEAD married 66 weaver Wooldale Lower Hagg
Sarah wife married 64 Netherthong
Mary daughter unmarried 37 drawer of cloth Netherthong plus 2 empty houses
William Greenwood HEAD married 68 cloth drifser Huddersfield Spring Cottage
Martha wife married 66 Farnley tyas
Walter son unmarried 25 pulper Honley
Martha daughter unmarried 22 burler Honley
Joseph Gill g/son unmarried 2 Honley
James Hallas HEAD married 28 dyer Dalton Spring Cottage
Mary wife married 28 Lockwood
Emma daughter unmarried 2 Almondbury
Joseph Booth HEAD married 52 carter Glossop Spring Cottage
Harriet wife married 36 Huddersfield
John Greenwood HEAD married 33 carter Honley Spring Cottage
Alice wife married 34 burler Linthwaite
Grace Roebuck HEAD widow 59 grocer Almondbury Thongs Bridge n.side
Martha daughter unmarried 22 grocer Netherthong
Mary daughter unmarried 17 Netherthong
George Greenwood HEAD married 41 cloth finisher Honley Thongs Bridge n.side
Elizabeth wife married 46 Crosland
Godfrey Mellor HEAD married 55 woolen mnftr Almondbury Thongs Bridge n.side
Elizabeth wife married 57 Almondbury
James son unmarried 23 overlooker Netherthong
Ann daughter unmarried 21 Netherthong
Josiah son unmarried 18 overlooker Netherthong
John son unmarried 15 scholar Netherthong
Harriet Mitchell servant unmarried 24 Penistone
James Law HEAD married 28 joiner Gomersal Thongs Bridge n.side
Ann wife married 32 Wakefield
Jane daughter unmarried 5 scholar Leeds
William son unmarried 6m Netherthong
William Wakefield HEAD married 35 weaver Stroud Thongs Bridge n.side
Mary wife married 31 burler Holmfirth
Eliza daughter unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
Joseph son unmarried 6 scholar Netherthong
Walter son unmarried 3 Netherthong
Ann daughter unmarried 1m Netherthong
Zebulen Ridgewick HEAD married 36 slubber Upperthong Thongs Bridge n.side
Hannah wife married 31 Wooldale
Robert son unmarried 7 scholar Wooldale
Joseph son unmarried 3 Saddleworth
Sarah daughter unmarried 1 Saddleworth
Allen Hey HEAD married 33 scribbler Kirkburton Thongs Bridge n.side
Sarah wife married 34 scribbler Saddleworth
Martha daughter unmarried 10 scholar Saddleworth
Aber son unmarried 8 scholar Saddleworth
Annie daughter unmarried 5 scholar Netherthong
Violette daughter unmarried 1 Netherthong
David Haigh HEAD married 23 weaver Fulstone Thongs Bridge n.side
Mary wife married 22 burler Skelmanthorpe
Herbert son unmarried 1 Fulstone
Walter Woodhead HEAD married 33 weaver Honley Thongs Bridge n.side
Betty wife married 28 burler Honley
Mary daughter unmarried 1 Honley
Andrew Sanderson HEAD married 47 cart driver Upperthong Thongs Bridge n.side
Charlotte wife married 39 Upperthong last one
Harriet daughter unmarried 17 piecer Netherthong
George son unmarried 16 piecer Netherthong
Ellen daughter unmarried 10 scholar Netherthong
William Mellor HEAD married 29 overlooker Honley Crodingley
Mary wife married 28 Netherthong
Godfrey son unmarried 2 Netherthong
Kate daughter unmarried 6m Netherthong
Emma Earnshaw visitor unmarried 17 house maid Netherthong
Elizabeth Harrison servant unmarried 14 Dodworth
George Henshaw HEAD married 34 dyer Honley Crodingley
Alice wife married 29 Honley
Emily daughter unmarried 9 scholar Honley
Betty Mallinson HEAD widow 52 burler Scotland Crodingley
John Illingworth HEAD married 37 carter Pontefract Crodingley
Harriet wife married 35 Barnsley
George son unmarried 12 piecer Barnsley
James son unmarried 9 farmers boy Almondbury
Emilia daughter unmarried 7 scholar Almondbury
Christiana daughter unmarried 5 scholar Almondbury
John son unmarried 1 Lockwood
Christopher Turner HEAD married 31 sizer Honley Crodingley
Sarah wife married 24 Honley
John son unmarried 8m Netherthong
Uriah Hobson HEAD married 57 Inn keeper Netherthong Village north side
Elizabeth wife married 58 Netherthong
Jonas Littlewood son in law unmarried 32 sizer Netherthong
Ellen daughter unmarried 19 Netherthong
Ruth Gill visitor unmarried 27 house helper Netherthong
Joseph Gartside HEAD married 68 weaver Wooldale Village north side
Sarah wife married 67 Shelley Clothiers Church St.
William son unmarried 39 weaver Wooldale
James son unmarried 32 weaver Wooldale
Anne daughter unmarried 27 weaver Wooldale
Ellen daughter unmarried 23 weaver Wooldale
Sarah g/daught unmarried 16 Wooldale
George g/son unmarried 16 weaver Wooldale
Joseph g/son unmarried 13 piecer Wooldale
Jenas Hobson HEAD married 62 farmer Honley Village north side
Rebecca wife married 50 burler Hepworth
James son unmarried 12 piecer Netherthong
Hugh son unmarried 10 piecer Netherthong
Ann daughter unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
Charles son unmarried 5 scholar Netherthong
John Mallinson HEAD married 51 butcher and farmer Netherthong Village north side
Elizabeth wife married 48 ?
Ruth daughter unmarried 31 Netherthong
Jonas Mallinson HEAD married 24 butcher Netherthong church St.
Mary wife married 24 Honley
Charlotte daughter unmarried 3 Netherthong
Elizabeth daughter unmarried 1 Netherthong
Joseph Mallinson HEAD widow 82 weaver Netherthong Church St.
? son married 53 weaver Netherthong
Caroline d in law married 58 weaver Elland
Mary Gartside g/daught widow 28 weaver Netherthong
Mallinson Gartside g/son unmarried 7 scholar Netherthong
William Gill HEAD widow 60 stone mason Netherthong Church St.
William son unmarried 23 stone mason Netherthong
James son unmarried 16 stone mason Netherthong
Joe son unmarried 10 scholar Netherthong
Jonas Woodhead HEAD married 45 Inn keeper/farmer Netherthong Queens Arms
Mary wife married 44 Austonley
William son unmarried 20 farmers son Netherthong
Herbert son unmarried 18 farmers son Netherthong
Catharine daughter unmarried 17 Netherthong
Emma daughter unmarried 14 Netherthong
John son unmarried 6 scholar Netherthong
Mary daughter unmarried 3 Netherthong
Thomas Woodhead HEAD married 48 inn keeper Netherthong Church St.
Ann wife married 40 inn keeper Austonley
Jonas son unmarried 19 spinner Honley
Grace daughter unmarried 9 scholar Hayfield
Martha Harpin servant unmarried 20 servant Farnley tyas
John Mallinson HEAD married 30 spinner Netherthong Church St.
Hannah wife married 25 Farnley tyas
Elizabeth daughter unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
Hugh son unmarried 5 scholar Netherthong
John son unmarried 3 Netherthong
Grace Woodhead HEAD unmarried 60 retired shopkeeper Netherthong Church St.
Ann Whitehead sister unmarried 61 retired shopkeeper Netherthong
Elizabeth Marsden visitor married 28 Netherthong
Tom Marsden visitor unmarried 4 Netherthong
Jabez Lancaster HEAD married 39 butcher Honley Church St.
Mary wife married 32 meltham
Joe son unmarried 12 scholar meltham
Ellen daughter unmarried 11 scholar Netherthong
James son unmarried 9 scholar Netherthong
Emma daughter unmarried 7 scholar Netherthong
John son unmarried 5 scholar Netherthong
Elizabeth daughter unmarried 3 Netherthong
Alice daughter unmarried 1 Netherthong
Richard Wilson HEAD unmarried 41 landed proprietor Netherthong Church St.
Hannah Witon servant widow 63 servant Leeds
John Mallinson Sykes HEAD married 40 spinner Netherthong Church St.
Mary wife married 36 Almondbury
Fred son unmarried 11 scholar Netherthong
Tom son unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
Mary daughter unmarried 6 scholar Netherthong
Benjamin son unmarried 4 scholar Netherthong
Alice daughter unmarried 1 Netherthong
Edward Heap HEAD widow 46 retired farmer Honley Church St.
John son unmarried 24 warper Honley
Benjamin son unmarried 17 piecer Honley
Anne daughter unmarried 9 scholar Honley
Sarah daughter unmarried 6 scholar Honley
Henry Dearnally HEAD married 37 spinner preacher Netherthong Church St.
Sarah wife married 38 Netherthong
Joseph son unmarried 16 piecer Netherthong
Alfred son unmarried 13 piecer Netherthong
Josiah son unmarried 11 scholar Netherthong
Martha daughter unmarried 10 scholar Netherthong
Benjamin son unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
John son unmarried 6 scholar Netherthong
Charles son unmarried 2 Netherthong
John Wimpenny HEAD married 37 cordwainer Wooldale Church Street
Emma wife married 36 Honley
Lydia Moss daughter unmarried 11 scholar Netherthong
Joe son unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
Jane Sykes m in law widow 74 charwoman Netherthong
John Beaumont HEAD married 35 spinner Netherthong Church St.
Martha wife married 36 Thurstonland
Frances daughter unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
Mary daughter unmarried 6 Netherthong
Frederick son unmarried 3 Netherthong
William son unmarried 1 Netherthong
Richard Downing HEAD married 35 carder Netherthong Church St.
Ellen wife married 30 burler ?
Mary Rusby HEAD unmarried 44 servant Penistone Church St.
Joseph son unmarried 9 scholar Netherthong
Lydia Perkins HEAD unmarried 53 burler Honley Church St.
N.Woodhouse HEAD widow 88 Sheffield Church St.
Ann daughter unmarried 48 burler Netherthong
Thomas g/son unmarried 25 clothier Netherthong
Dan Sykes HEAD married 66 spinner Netherthong Church St.
Elizabeth wife married 44 Kirkburton
John son unmarried 18 piecer Netherthong
Joab son unmarried 17 piecer Netherthong
Fanny daughter unmarried 13 scholar Netherthong
? daughter unmarried 9 scholar Netherthong
James son unmarried 6 scholar Netherthong
Amos Hoyle HEAD married 37 warper Huddersfield Church St.
Mary wife married 34 Thurstonland
James son unmarried 5 scholar Thurstonland
Hannah daughter unmarried 4 Thurstonland
Emma daughter unmarried 5m Netherthong
Ann Chambers s in law unmarried 25 warper Thurstonland
Sophie Chambers s in law unmarried 20 Thurstonland
Lucy Allen HEAD married 52 Farnley tyas Church St.
Sarah Chappel daughter unmarried 29 cloth drawer Farnley tyas
Mary Ann Chappel daughter unmarried 23 cloth drawer Farnley tyas
Thomas Chappel son unmarried 20 spinner Farnley tyas
Jonas Allen HEAD married 42 weaver Netherthong Church St.
Mary wife married 39 Rastrick
Hannah daughter unmarried 20 tenter Netherthong
Emily daughter unmarried 17 winder Netherthong
Nelson son unmarried 11 scholar Netherthong
Mary daughter unmarried 9 scholar Netherthong
John Preston HEAD married 63 house painter Honley Outlane
Maria wife married 60 Netherthong
Joseph son unmarried 40 Netherthong
Ann g/daught unmarried 3 scholar Netherthong
? Hobson HEAD married 63 grocer farmer Netherthong Outlane
Harriet wife married 51 Shepley
Peter Gyle servant married 50 labourer Derby
Emma Senior servant unmarried 15 house servant Hepworth
William Gledhill HEAD married 22 cordwainer Crosland Outlane
Elizabeth wife married 22 meltham
Sarah daughter unmarried 1 Netherthong
Mary daughter unmarried 3m Netherthong
Abel Hobson HEAD married 61 farmer Netherthong Outlane
Mary wife married 61 Almondbury
Joseph Shore servant unmarried 18 labourer Burton
Caroline Worstly servant unmarried 15 servant Shelby
John Kenyon HEAD married 33 weaver Netherthong Outlane
Catharine wife married 29 weaver Honley
Joe son unmarried 10 scholar Netherthong
Fred son unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
Hugh son unmarried 6 scholar Netherthong
Joshua cousin unmarried 40 weaver Netherthong
Nancy Littlewood HEAD widow 65 house keeper Netherthong Outlane
George son unmarried 40 weaver Netherthong
Abel son unmarried 39 weaver Netherthong
John son unmarried 35 weaver Netherthong
Henry Gill HEAD married 26 stone mason Netherthong Outlane
Hannah wife married 27 Netherthong
Elisa daughter unmarried 3 scholar Liverpool
William Bretton HEAD married 38 weaver Netherthong Outlane
Martha wife married 37 Wooldale
Ellen daughter unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
Ann daughter unmarried 7 scholar Netherthong
Reuben son unmarried 4 scholar Netherthong
Ann Gill HEAD widow 62 burler Upperthong Outlane
Hiram son unmarried 22 stone mason Netherthong
John Scholfield HEAD married 40 clothier Netherthong Outlane
Sarah wife married 35 clothier Honley
Silvester Lancaster nephew unmarried 10 Honley
John Bretton HEAD widow 65 weaver Churwell Outlane
James son unmarried 37 weaver Netherthong
Richard son unmarried 32 weaver Netherthong
? Woodhead g/son unmarried 20 spinner Netherthong
Jonas Sykes HEAD married 61 weaver Netherthong Outlane
James wife married 64 Netherthong
Amy Kenyon g/daught unmarried 4 scholar Netherthong
William Girl HEAD widow 62 stone mason Netherthong Outlane
Sarah daughter unmarried 30 burler Netherthong
Benjamin son unmarried 22 stone mason Netherthong
? daughter unmarried 20 winder Netherthong
William Gill g/son unmarried 6 scholar Liverpool
Martha Wimpenny HEAD widow 33 boot builder Netherthong Outlane
Mary daughter unmarried 12 boot builder Netherthong
Jane daughter unmarried 10 servant Netherthong
Ellen daughter unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
Alice daughter unmarried 6 scholar Netherthong
George son unmarried 5 scholar Netherthong
Joseph son unmarried 2 Netherthong
Moses Sykes HEAD married 70 farmer Netherthong Outlane
Elizabeth wife married 62 Netherthong
Alfred son married 24 spinner Netherthong
Eliza daughter married 23 milliner Netherthong
George Moorhouse g/son unmarried 18 spinner Netherthong
Hannah ? g/daught unmarried 1 America
Elizabeth Dickenson ? HEAD widow 45 landed proprietor Netherthong Outlane
Ellen s in law unmarried 27 landed proprietor Upperthong
William son unmarried 11 scholar Netherthong
Sarah daughter unmarried 9 scholar Netherthong
Anne daughter unmarried 7 scholar Netherthong
Samuel Marsden HEAD married 80 labourer Penistone Outlane
Martha wife married 76 Netherthong
William son unmarried 29 engine cleaner Netherthong
Walker son unmarried 25 slubber Huddersfield
Joseph Armitage HEAD married 49 warehouseman Huddersfield Outlane
Sarah wife married 57 Netherthong
Benjamin Littlewood s in law unmarried 32 manufacturer Netherthong
Matha daughter unmarried 24 waste worker Netherthong
John son unmarried 22 spinner Netherthong
Joseph son unmarried 17 scholar Netherthong
Joseph Pogson HEAD married 33 tuner Lingaard Outlane
Charlotte wife married 36 Lingaard
Leah Holroyd s in law unmarried 18 servant meltham
Joseph Turner HEAD married 59 weaver Farnley tyas Outlane
Mary wife married 58 Honley
Benjamin son unmarried 15 piecer Netherthong
Hannah daughter unmarried 17 burler Netherthong
Joseph Wimpenny g/son unmarried 10 scholar Netherthong
Jonas Eastwood HEAD widow 62 joiner Burton Outlane
Helen daughter unmarried 38 dress maker Netherthong
Henry g/son unmarried 10 scholar Netherthong
Martha g/daught unmarried 4 scholar Netherthong
Ann g/daught unmarried 4 scholar Netherthong
John Chappel HEAD married 32 spinner Farnley tyas Outlane
Eliza wife married 26 dress maker Saddleworth
Hannah daughter unmarried 5 scholar Netherthong
Lydia daughter unmarried 3 Netherthong
Fred son unmarried 1 Netherthong
Ann Moorhouse HEAD widow 40 mangle woman Netherthong Outlane
Ellen daughter unmarried 15 piecer Netherthong
Martha daughter unmarried 13 rag sorter Netherthong
Hannah daughter unmarried 10 Netherthong
John son unmarried 7 scholar Netherthong
Elizabeth daughter unmarried 4 scholar Netherthong
Sarah daughter unmarried 1 Netherthong
John Hudson HEAD married 37 designer Netherthong Outlane
Mary wife married 38 Wooldale
Ellen daughter unmarried 12 scholar Netherthong
Emily? daughter unmarried 11 scholar Netherthong
Joseph son unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
Sarah daughter unmarried 6 scholar Netherthong
Annie daughter unmarried 4 scholar Netherthong
Alice daughter unmarried 3 Netherthong
John son unmarried 11m Netherthong
Joseph Chappel HEAD married 26 spinner Farnley tyas Outlane
Martha wife married 29 Netherthong
George son unmarried 2 Netherthong
Lucy daughter unmarried 1 Netherthong
Nathan Hobson HEAD married 44 spinner Netherthong Outlane
Ann wife married 40 burler Lockwood
Jane daughter unmarried 15 piecer Crosland
Sarah daughter unmarried 11 piecer Wooldale
John son unmarried 7 scholar Wooldale
William son unmarried 4 scholar Wooldale
Jonas son unmarried 1 Netherthong
Ann Haigh HEAD widow 56 burler Honley Outlane
Mary daughter unmarried 33 burler Honley
Absolam daughter unmarried 21 spinner Netherthong
Ann son unmarried 21 scribbler Netherthong
Francis Goddard HEAD married 38 slubber Wooldale Outlane
Clementina wife married 34 Netherthong
Jane daughter unmarried 16 scribbler Cartworth
George son unmarried 12 piecer Cartworth
Millicent daughter unmarried 7 scholar Cartworth
Ann daughter unmarried 5 scholar Cartworth
Joe son unmarried 3 scholar Cartworth
Esther daughter unmarried 1 Netherthong
George Haigh HEAD married 25 slubber Netherthong Outlane
Ellen wife married 24 Wooldale
Allen Castle HEAD married 34 weaver Scholes Outlane
Ann wife married 26 Scholes
Abraham son unmarried 12 scholar Scholes
Hannah daughter unmarried 11 scholar Scholes
Walter son unmarried 5 scholar Scholes
John son unmarried 4 scholar Wooldale
Albert son unmarried 1 Netherthong
William Hinchliffe HEAD married 30 weaver Upperthong Outlane
Sarah wife married 29 Netherthong
Emma daughter unmarried 3 Honley
Jane daughter unmarried 2 Netherthong
George Dyson HEAD married 61 weaver Kirkburton Outlane
Sarah wife married 60 Kirkburton
Alice daughter unmarried 27 weaver Kirkburton
Abel son unmarried 20 weaver Kirkburton
Emma daughter unmarried 17 weaver Kirkburton
John g/son unmarried 2 Netherthong
Emma g/daught unmarried 6 scholar Kirkburton
Daniel Hancock HEAD widow 76 chelsea pensioner Gloucester Giles Street
Elizabeth daughter unmarried 40 weaver Gloucester
Sydney g/son unmarried 9 scholar Netherthong
Lydia Charlesworth HEAD widow 76 school mistress Almondbury Giles Street
Emma Sykes g/daught unmarried 17 piecer Honley
Tom Bower HEAD married 32 spinner Wooldale Giles Street
Elizabeth wife married 33 Wooldale
Esther daughter unmarried 9 scholar Wooldale
Mary daughter unmarried 5 Netherthong
Emma daughter unmarried 2 Netherthong
Ann daughter unmarried 1 Netherthong
John Cheetham HEAD married 60 weaver Honley Giles Street
Martha wife married 60 Thurstonland
Emma daughter unmarried 25 weaver Netherthong
Eliza daughter unmarried 22 weaver Netherthong
Hiram son unmarried 20 weaver Netherthong
Lydia g/daught unmarried 7 scholar Netherthong
Samuel Marsden g/son unmarried 3 Netherthong
Henry Kenyon HEAD widow 35 weaver Netherthong Giles Street
John son unmarried 11 scholar Netherthong
Ann Woodcock HEAD unmarried 62 burler Netherthong Giles Street
John Fillon? HEAD married 32 spinner Honley Giles Street
Ann wife married 26 Honley
Mary daughter unmarried 9 scholar Honley
Alice daughter unmarried 3 Honley
Eliza daughter unmarried 1 Honley
William Downs HEAD married 40 weaver Honley Giles Street
Mary wife married 32 Honley
Martha daughter unmarried 17 piecer Honley
Mary daughter unmarried 16 burler Honley
Elizabeth daughter unmarried 11 rag sorter Almondbury
Thomas son unmarried 9 scholar Netherthong
John son unmarried 3 Netherthong
Harriet Dearnally HEAD widow 64 retired farmer Netherthong Giles Street
David Hinchliffe HEAD married 67 weaver Netherthong Giles Street
Hannah wife married 66 Honley
Martha daughter unmarried 38 washer woman Netherthong
Thomas son unmarried 22 Netherthong
Mary Ann g/daught unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
Joseph Platt HEAD married 30 tailor Netherthong Giles Street
Harriet wife married 30 Netherthong
Joe Parker nephew unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
Walter ? boarder unmarried 23 tailor Cartworth
James Thewlis unmarried 18 apprentice tailor Upperthong
Charles Quarmby HEAD married 37 sorter Linthwaite
Mary wife married 43 Almondbury
Emma daughter unmarried 14 piecer Netherthong
Jonas Cook HEAD married 48 weaver Netherthong Giles Street
Hannah wife married 49 Farnley tyas
Sam son unmarried 21 spinner Netherthong
Alfred son unmarried 18 spinner Netherthong
David son unmarried 12 factory worker Netherthong
Henry son unmarried 12 factory worker Netherthong
Jonathan Buckley HEAD widow 66 weaver Cartworth Giles Street
Jonathan son married 33 spinner Cartworth
Betty d in law married 40 Almondbury
Ellen g/daught unmarried 15 factory worker Almondbury
Joe g/son unmarried 12 shop boy Wooldale
Emma g/daught unmarried 5 scholar Wooldale
John Lodge HEAD married 66 clothier Almondbury Giles Street
Phebe wife married 65 Almondbury
Batley son unmarried 27 grocer Almondbury
Ann g/daught unmarried 19 servant Almondbury
George Woodhead HEAD married 39 grocer Netherthong Giles Street
Sarah wife married 37 Shelley
Mary daughter unmarried 14 Netherthong
Joseph son unmarried 10 scholar Netherthong
Thomas son unmarried 2 Netherthong
Sarah Brook HEAD unmarried 63 winder Netherthong Giles Street
Jonathan son unmarried 32 teazer Netherthong
Matthew Armitage HEAD married 33 weaver Saddleworth Giles Street
Esther wife married 27 burler Netherthong
Hannah daughter unmarried 5 scholar Netherthong
George son unmarried 4 scholar Netherthong
Ann daughter unmarried 2 Netherthong
William Russell HEAD married 64 labourer Honley Bastile
Betty wife married 58 Almondbury
Thomas son unmarried 21 spinner Netherthong
Betty daughter unmarried 10 piecer Netherthong
Ellen g/daught unmarried 9 scholar Hepworth
Joe Smith HEAD married 32 weaver Scholes Bastile
Sarah wife married 30 Wooldale
Lydia daughter unmarried 9 scholar Wooldale
?? daughter unmarried 7 scholar Wooldale
William Moton HEAD married 26 slubber Netherthong Bastile
Martha wife married 23 Honley
Ann daughter unmarried 3 scholar Netherthong
Elizabeth d unmarried 9m Netherthong
James Sykes HEAD married 30 spinner Netherthong Bastile
David father married 65 weaver Netherthong
Amelia mother married 62 Kirkburton
Harriet s-i-law unmarried 17 piecer Kirkburton
George Fitton HEAD married 35 engine tender Honley Bastile
Sarah wife married 37 Netherthong
Nelson son unmarried 10 scholar Honley
Benjamin son unmarried 5 scholar Netherthong
John Haigh HEAD married 48 weaver Golcar Bastile
Ann wife married 46 Honley
Joseph son unmarried 25 slubber Austonley
Emma daughter unmarried 19 cotton minder Austonley
William Preston HEAD married 29 spinner Netherthong Bastile
Eliza wife married 26 Honley
Abel Bower HEAD married 23 slubber Wooldale Bastile
Frances wife married 20 Wooldale
William Hobson HEAD married 50 weaver Netherthong Moor Lane s. side
Emma daughter unmarried 22 house maid Netherthong
Eliza daughter unmarried 20 minder Netherthong
John son unmarried 18 weaver Netherthong
Frederick son unmarried 16 weaver Netherthong
Joseph Hobson HEAD married 48 weaver Netherthong Moor Lane s. side
Eliza wife married 44 Netherthong
Jonas son unmarried 24 power looms Netherthong
Alfred son unmarried 20 weaver Netherthong
Joe son unmarried 18 weaver Netherthong
Hugh son unmarried 16 minder Netherthong
Eliza daughter unmarried 12 scholar Netherthong
Alice daughter unmarried 10 nurse Netherthong
Ralph son unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
John son unmarried 6 scholar Netherthong
Albert son unmarried 1 Netherthong
George Platt sis-i-law married 23 weaver Honley
Hannah Platt d in law married 22 Netherthong
Ellen Platt g/daught unmarried 1 Netherthong
Joseph Woodhouse HEAD widow 56 weaver Honley Ox lane
Emmaline daughter unmarried 17 house servant Netherthong
Walter Woodhouse HEAD widow 34 weaver Netherthong Ox lane
Helen daughter unmarried 4 scholar Netherthong
David Dyson HEAD married 60 farmer Honley Ox lane
Sarah wife married 61 Lincoln
Ann daughter unmarried 36 house servant Honley
Benjamin Martin servant unmarried 15 farmer's boy Denby
Matthew Taylor HEAD married 60 weaver meltham Upper Greave
Sarah wife married 44 Netherthong
Edward son unmarried 14 piecer Netherthong
William Taylor HEAD married 42 weaver meltham Upper Greave
Martha wife married 39 marsden
Joseph son unmarried 16 minder Netherthong
Henry son unmarried 10 cotton differ Netherthong
Wilson son unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
Mary daughter unmarried 6 scholar Netherthong
Martha daughter unmarried 4 Netherthong
Eliza daughter unmarried 2 Netherthong
Ann Taylor HEAD widow 66 house helper Upperthong Upper Greave
Emma daughter unmarried 22 thread dresser Netherthong
George Booth HEAD married 30 weaver Holmfirth Upper Greave
Ruth wife married 33 meltham
Eliza daughter unmarried 9 scholar Netherthong
James son unmarried 3 Netherthong
Jeb Lyties HEAD unmarried 61 weaver Netherthong Upper Greave
George brother unmarried 57 labourer Netherthong
Emmanuel brother unmarried 63 weaver Netherthong
Jaber Taylor HEAD married 34 weaver meltham Upper Greave
Mary wife married 31 Netherthong
Ann daughter unmarried 7 scholar Netherthong
John son unmarried 3 Netherthong
John Hobson HEAD married 32 farmer Honley Upper Greave
Mary wife married 31 Honley
Sarah daughter unmarried 2 Honley
Anne Sunderland servant unmarried 10 servant Honley
John Taylor HEAD unmarried 50 farmer Netherthong Upper Greave
Sarah sister unmarried 58 house servant Netherthong
Ann sister unmarried 42 factory worker Netherthong
Rebecca sister unmarried 40 factory worker Netherthong
Alfred Dyson nephew unmarried 4 scholar Netherthong
Mary Woodhouse HEAD widow 66 house keeper Netherthong Upper Greave
Henry son unmarried 37 weaver Netherthong
Martha Mellor daughter married 30 weaver Netherthong
Elliot son unmarried 29 weaver Netherthong
James son unmarried 21 labourer Netherthong
Joe Mellor son unmarried 7 scholar Austonley
Joseph Bradberry HEAD married 57 farmer Austonley Upper Greave
Ann wife married 50 Austonley
Joe son unmarried 19 labourer Austonley
Mary daughter unmarried 18 winder Austonley
Lot son unmarried 16 winder Netherthong
Sarah daughter unmarried 12 winder Netherthong
Mary Crosland HEAD widow 39 burler Fulstone Upper Greave
Tom son unmarried 12 piecer Austonley
Ralph son unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
Alice Taylor lodger unmarried 34 factory hand meltham
John Hirst HEAD married 40 joiner Netherthong Upper Greave
Hannah wife married 41 meltham
Edward son unmarried 18 sorter Netherthong
Martha daughter unmarried 14 factory hand Netherthong
Emma daughter unmarried 13 piecer Netherthong
Ellen daughter unmarried 11 scholar Netherthong
Albert son unmarried 6 scholar Netherthong
Clara daughter unmarried 2 Netherthong
Frank Hirst HEAD widow 43 weaver Netherthong Lower greave
Thomas son unmarried 22 piecer Netherthong
Robert son unmarried 9 piecer Netherthong
Frank Elles HEAD married 21 slubber meltham Lower greave
Ann wife married 26 burler Netherthong
Jane daughter unmarried 1 meltham
David son unmarried 3m Netherthong
John Crampton HEAD married 45 farmer Barwick Lower greave
Lydia daughter unmarried 12 Bradford
Joshua son unmarried 8 Bradford
Mary daughter unmarried 6 Manchester
Abraham son unmarried 1 Netherthong
Sarah Taylor servant unmarried 16 servant meltham
Elizabeth Hinchcliff HEAD widow 68 landed proprietor Netherthong Lower greave
Hannah daughter unmarried 27 Netherthong
Richard son widow 42 agent Netherthong
Ellen daughter unmarried 36 Netherthong
Richard g/son unmarried 9 scholar Lockwood
James g/son unmarried 7 scholar Huddersfield
George Taylor HEAD widow 37 weaver meltham Lower greave
Isabella daughter unmarried 16 scholar Honley
Elizabeth daughter unmarried 12 scholar Netherthong
William son unmarried 5 scholar Netherthong
James Hirst HEAD married 64 farmer Netherthong Lower greave
Grace wife married 63 Honley
James son unmarried 28 farmer Netherthong
Charles g/daught unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
Charles Smith servant unmarried 21 servant Honley
Elizabeth ?? servant unmarried 17 servant Birchworth
David Coldwell HEAD married 39 weaver Honley Lower greave
Mary wife married 30 Honley
Martha daughter unmarried 10 scholar Honley
Jane daughter unmarried 9 scholar Honley
Hannah daughter unmarried 7 scholar Honley
Lydia daughter unmarried 3 Honley
William son unmarried 9m Netherthong
Jonathan Heap boarder unmarried 47 weaver Honley
Joshua Charlesworth HEAD married 54 weaver Netherthong Lower greave
Mary wife married 54 sorter Silkstone
David son unmarried 19 piece passer Netherthong
Sarah daughter unmarried 17 cotton reeler Netherthong
Job son unmarried 16 piecer Netherthong
?? son unmarried 14 piecer Netherthong
Elizabeth daughter unmarried 11 cotton doffer Netherthong
Noah son unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
Nancy Stears HEAD widow 76 Netherthong Lower greave
Joseph Booth HEAD married 42 weaver Honley Lower greave
Eliza wife married 42 burler Austonley
Barton son unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
Ann daughter unmarried 4 Cartworth
Hector son unmarried 3 Cartworth
Mary daughter unmarried 11m Netherthong
Ann Kinder HEAD widow 70 Cartworth Lower greave
Hannah daughter unmarried 44 burler Upperthong
David g/son unmarried 20 harness maker Netherthong
Abraham son unmarried 31 saddler Netherthong
John Bradberry boarder married 34 weaver Austonley
Rachel Bradberry boarder married 38 creeler Upperthong
Jonas Coldwell HEAD married 35 farmer Upperthong Carr
Sarah wife married 35 Thornhill
Lydia daughter unmarried 12 Upperthong
Wilson son unmarried 1 Austonley
Charles son unmarried one week Netherthong
Jane Overend step d. unmarried 15 Darton
Eliza Overend step d. unmarried 7 Darton
Ruth Overend step d. unmarried 4 Upperthong
Samuel Platt HEAD married 39 weaver Netherthong Wolfstones
Alice wife married 26 Upperthong
Alfred son unmarried 9 Netherthong
Reuben son unmarried 6 Netherthong
Ann daughter unmarried 4 Netherthong
Joseph Taylor HEAD married 56 weaver Holm Wolfstones
Ann wife married 54 Upperthong
Marie daughter unmarried 32 weaver Upperthong
Eliza daughter unmarried 19 cotton hand Netherthong
Hinchliff Taylor HEAD married 24 weaver Netherthong Wolfstones
Mary wife married 28 Netherthong
Betty daughter unmarried 4 Netherthong
John son unmarried 2 Netherthong
Anne Sunderland daughter unmarried 7m Netherthong
John Bottomley HEAD married 65 farmer Upperthong Wolfstones
Mary wife married 63 Netherthong
Emma daughter unmarried 21 winder Netherthong
Ellen Bootroyd HEAD unmarried 29 dress maker Netherthong Wolfstones
Jonas Marsden HEAD married 74 farmer Netherthong Wolfstones
Jonas son unmarried 10 scholar Netherthong
John Armstrong servant unmarried 43 weaver Upperthong
Ann Armstrong servant unmarried 29 servant Carr
John Boothroyd HEAD married 67 farmer Netherthong Rosewood Cottage
Mary wife married 70 Upperthong
Martha Langley servant unmarried 30 servant Upperthong
John Langley son unmarried 11m Upperthong
John Haigh HEAD married 52 farmer Honley Brown Hill
Agnes wife married 62 Honley
Mary daughter unmarried 37 Netherthong
Sarah Jepson servant unmarried 14 servant Upperthong
Henry Brooke servant unmarried 19 carter Ecclesfield
Benjamin Gill HEAD married 55 farmer Netherthong Wells Green
Martha wife married 54 Netherthong
Alfred son unmarried 27 stone mason Netherthong
Jonathan son unmarried 25 Netherthong
Henry Wimpenny HEAD married 40 weaver Honley Wells Green
Mary wife married 37 Honley
Martha daughter unmarried 13 rug sorter Honley
George son unmarried 11 piecer Honley
Elliot son unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
Alfred son unmarried 7 scholar Netherthong
John son unmarried 3 Honley
Ruth daughter unmarried 6m Honley
David Downing HEAD married 65 labourer Darfield Wells Green
Mary wife married 66 Honley
James Beardsell lodger 69 labourer Australia
Thomas Beaumont HEAD married 39 engineer Huddersfield Bridge Mill
Alice wife married 29 Cartworth
George son unmarried 9 scholar Wooldale
Mary daughter unmarried 7 scholar Upperthong
Emily daughter unmarried 1
Thomas Hudson HEAD married 24 farmer servant Ledbury Sands House
Mary wife married 24 Cumberworth
Arthur son unmarried 1 Thurstonland
Mary Floyd HEAD widow 48 landed proprietor Netherthong Sands House
Charlotte daughter unmarried 19 Huddersfield
Jane daughter unmarried 21 Huddersfield
John son unmarried 14 scholar Netherthong
Ellen Hirst servant unmarried 15 servant Dunford
Thomas Dyson HEAD married 54 woolen man'facturer Netherthong Sands House
Ellen wife married 45 Netherthong
Mary daughter unmarried 18 Upperthong
Thomas son unmarried 17 Netherthong
Ellen niece unmarried 16 Hartley
Maria Fearley servant unmarried 25 housemaid ??
Sarah Linder servant unmarried 24 cook Thurstonland
Martin Kidd HEAD married 57 solicitor Tadcaster Sands House
Eliza wife married 50 Wooldale
Eliza daughter unmarried 26 Wooldale
Jane Cartright servant unmarried 18 servant Hepworth
Hannah Charlesworth servant unmarried 14 Hepworth
Elliot Hirst HEAD married 38 spinner Austonley Upper Fearnought
Harriet wife married 33 Upperthong
John son unmarried 11 scholar Upperthong
Mary daughter unmarried 9 scholar Austonley
Elizabeth daughter unmarried 5 scholar Austonley
William son unmarried 3 Netherthong
Joseph son unmarried 1 Netherthong
Elizabeth Hirst visitor unmarried 21 weaver Austonley
Sarah Hirst lodger unmarried 12 piecer Austonley
Mary Waterfield ? HEAD widow 58 Stroud Upper Fearnought
Emma daughter unmarried 16 feeder Netherthong
Joseph Woodhouse HEAD married 31 slubber Netherthong Upper Fearnought
Caroline wife married 32 Stroud
Eliza daughter unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
Martha daughter unmarried 6 scholar Netherthong
Frederick son unmarried 4 Lockwood
Luke son unmarried 10m Netherthong
George Lockwood HEAD married 46 labourer Linthwaite Upper Fearnought
Hannah wife married 40 Austonley
George son unmarried 10 scholar Austonley
Mary daughter unmarried 7 scholar Austonley
Ruth daughter unmarried 5 scholar Austonley
Robert son unmarried 2 Austonley
Hannah Ellis lodger unmarried 32 burler Austonley
Arthur Boothroyd HEAD married 46 labourer Netherthong Upper Fearnought
Elizabeth wife married 45 Elland
Hannah daughter unmarried 21 weaver meltham
Tom son unmarried 16 weaver meltham
Firth son unmarried 14 weaver meltham
Elizabeth daughter unmarried 9 bobbin minder meltham
Alice daughter unmarried 7 scholar meltham
John Alfred son unmarried 5 meltham
Matilde daughter unmarried 2 meltham
Matthew Dawson HEAD married 35 engineer Emley Upper Fearnought
Sarah wife married 34 Netherthong
Eliza daughter unmarried 10 scholar Netherthong
John son unmarried 7 scholar Netherthong
Joseph Haigh HEAD married 46 weaver Golcar Upper Fearnought
Lydia wife married 43 Netherthong
Mary daughter unmarried 16 weaver Netherthong
Sarah daughter unmarried 12 scholar Netherthong
Eliza daughter unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
Emma daughter unmarried 3 Netherthong
Sarah Coldwell HEAD widow 70 ?? Upper Fearnought
Martha daughter unmarried 45 weaver Upperthong
Charles g/son unmarried 20 weaver Netherthong
William Hood HEAD married 27 gardener Netherthong Upper Fearnought
Martha wife married 24 Netherthong
Joe son unmarried 6 scholar Netherthong
Mary daughter unmarried 5m Netherthong
Richard Hood HEAD widow 53 gardener Netherthong Upper Fearnought
Benjamin son unmarried 20 Netherthong
William Law HEAD married 58 letter carrier Gormorsal Lower Fearnought
Jane wife married 60 ??
Thomas Hinchliff HEAD widow 81 Cartworth Lower Fearnought
Joseph son unmarried 59 labourer Netherthong
John son unmarried 51 labourer Netherthong
Joseph Moulding HEAD married 36 vetinary surgeon Bingley Lower Fearnought
Hannah wife married 34 Stairsburn
William son unmarried 11 scholar Wilsden
Elizabeth daughter unmarried 8 Bingley
Mary daughter unmarried 6 Stairsburn
Deborah daughter unmarried 2 marsden
Ann daughter unmarried 6m Thurstonland
John Morehouse HEAD married 43 surveyor Netherthong Spring Bottom
Jane wife married 37 Wooldale
Herman son unmarried 5 Netherthong
Mary daughter unmarried 2 Netherthong
Sarah Gothards servant unmarried 19 servant Upperthong
Joseph Mellor HEAD married 48 manufacturer Almondbury Field House
Mary wife married 46 Netherthong
Judith daughter unmarried 24 Netherthong
George son unmarried 21 Netherthong
Albert son unmarried 19 Netherthong
Ellen Bray sister/law unmarried 40 land owner Netherthong
Emma Haigh servant unmarried 12 servant Penistone
Joseph Lodge HEAD married 41 toll collector Middletown Thongs Bridge s side
Hannah wife married 40 Wooldale
Edward son unmarried 16 solicitors clerk Netherthong
Benjamin son unmarried 8 scholar Upperthong
Thomas Broadhead HEAD married 54 farmer Penistone Thongs Bridge s side
Harriet wife married 57 Penistone
Sarah daughter unmarried 21 Netherthong
Eliza daughter unmarried 16 Netherthong
Thompson son unmarried 10 scholar Netherthong
Booth Woodhead HEAD married 31 spinner Netherthong Thongs Bridge s side
Ann wife married 32 Netherthong
John Earnshaw HEAD married 29 cloth miller Netherthong Thongs Bridge s side
Harriet wife married 27 Cartworth
Harriet Hartley niece unmarried 9 scholar Silkstone
Fenton Walker HEAD married 30 butcher/inn keeper Honley Thongs Bridge s side
Easter wife married 26 Honley
Margaret daughter unmarried 7 scholar Lockwood
Mary daughter unmarried 2 Lockwood
Thomas son unmarried 5m Netherthong
Hannah Cartwright servant unmarried 17 servant Hepworth
Betty Rollinson HEAD married 48 burler Netherthong Thongs Bridge s side
Ruth daughter unmarried 22 burler Wooldale
John son unmarried 20 slubber Wooldale
Ben son unmarried 19 wool layer on Wooldale
William son unmarried 17 wool teast? Wooldale
Marti son unmarried 15 wool layer on Netherthong
Joe son unmarried 11 cloth dry beater Netherthong
Tom son unmarried 9 scholar Netherthong
Benjamin Booth HEAD married 52 farm labourer Penistone Thongs Bridge s side
Ann wife married 43 Austonley
Sarah daughter unmarried 21 domestic servant Netherthong
Emma daughter unmarried 16 domestic servant Netherthong
George son unmarried 15 finisher Netherthong
Ellen daughter unmarried 13 domestic servant Netherthong
Mary daughter unmarried 19 ?? Netherthong
Eliza daughter unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
John son unmarried 6 scholar Netherthong
Joseph Bray HEAD married 32 farm labourer Wooldale Thongs Bridge s side
Ellen wife married 33 Fulstone
George son unmarried 14 finisher Fulstone
James son unmarried 10 scholar Fulstone
Elliza daughter unmarried 6 scholar Netherthong
Ann daughter unmarried 3 Netherthong
Alice daughter unmarried 1 Netherthong
Mary daughter unmarried ten days Netherthong
William Ricketts HEAD married 56 weaver Stroud Netherthong s side
Elizabeth wife married 51 Harsley
Ann daughter unmarried 26 weaver Rodborough
Joseph son unmarried 20 weaver Netherthong
Godfrey son unmarried 15 weaver Netherthong
George Cox br in law unmarried 34 weaver Hampton
John Buckley HEAD married 26 weaver Wooldale Netherthong s side
Hannah wife married 25 Netherthong
George Taylor HEAD married 68 weaver Upperthong Netherthong s side
Mary wife married 54 burler Wooldale
Daniel Woodhead stepson unmarried 30 weaver Netherthong
Benjamin Garside visitor widow 42 weaver Wooldale
Noah Whitehead HEAD married 40 shoe maker Netherthong Netherthong s side
Sarah wife married 40 Netherthong
Marti son unmarried 18 spinner Netherthong
Julia daughter unmarried 12 scholar Netherthong
Alice daughter unmarried 11 scholar Netherthong
Graham son unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
Ann daughter unmarried 4 scholar Netherthong
Armitage son unmarried 2 Netherthong
William Littlewood HEAD married 34 dyer Netherthong Netherthong s side
Grace wife married 32 Netherthong
David son unmarried 11 scholar Netherthong
Martha daughter unmarried 7 scholar Netherthong
Henry son unmarried 4 Netherthong
Emma daughter unmarried 1 Netherthong
Joseph Rogers HEAD married 48 joiner Bolsover Netherthong s side
Elizabeth wife married 65 Wooldale
Eliza Hobson HEAD widow 56 grocer Huddersfield Netherthong s side
Charles son unmarried 14 pupil teacher Netherthong
Henry Hudson HEAD married 39 farmer/weaver Netherthong Netherthong s side
Sarah wife married 38 Netherthong
Mary daughter unmarried 17 weaver Netherthong
George son unmarried 12 Netherthong
Fred Woodhouse visitor unmarried 5 scholar Liverpool
Benjamin Gill HEAD unmarried 65 labourer Netherthong Netherthong s side
Mary Hill HEAD widow 42 weaver Netherthong Netherthong s side
Eliza daughter unmarried 15 thread winder Netherthong
Jane daughter unmarried 8 scholar Netherthong
Fred son unmarried 2 Netherthong
Emma niece unmarried 18 Cotton frame leanter Netherthong
Sarah niece unmarried 16 Cotton frame leanter Netherthong
Abraham Woodhead HEAD married 25 book keeper Netherthong Netherthong s side
Ann wife married 29 Honley
Caroline daughter unmarried 5 scholar Netherthong
Tom son unmarried 3 Netherthong
Sarah daughter unmarried 8m Netherthong
Ellen Crooks servant unmarried 20 servant Netherthong
Joseph Woodhead HEAD married 31 farmer Honley Netherthong s side
Jane wife married 37 Netherthong
John son unmarried 9 scholar Netherthong
Caroline daughter unmarried 5 scholar Netherthong
Martha Bales m in law widow 77 Upperthong
Mary Crooks servant unmarried 17 servant Honley
James Bates HEAD unmarried 55 labourer Netherthong Netherthong s side
Martha sister unmarried 47 housekeeper Netherthong
Mary niece unmarried 18 dress maker Netherthong
Elizabeth niece unmarried 13 scholar Netherthong
Hannah Platt HEAD widow 58 Netherthong Netherthong s side
William son unmarried 26 tailor Netherthong
Alfred son unmarried 23 tailor Netherthong
Hammond son unmarried 17 piecer Netherthong
Benjamin Wilson HEAD married 49 farmer Netherthong Netherthong s side
Jane wife married 44 Holmfirth
Sarah daughter unmarried 23 Netherthong
Ann daughter unmarried 21 Netherthong
Jane daughter unmarried 17 Netherthong
Eliza daughter unmarried 12 scholar Netherthong
Emma daughter unmarried 9 scholar Netherthong
Mary daughter unmarried 7 scholar Netherthong
Clara daughter unmarried 3 Netherthong
George Mallinson HEAD unmarried 70 farmer Netherthong Netherthong s side
Joseph brother unmarried 68 overseer/collector Netherthong
Joseph Wilson HEAD married 47 landed proprietor Netherthong Netherthong s side
Mary wife married 44 Honley
John son unmarried 17 Netherthong
Joseph son unmarried 13 scholar Netherthong
Martha daughter unmarried 10 scholar Netherthong
Benjamin son unmarried 7 scholar Netherthong
James Jagger HEAD married 46 farmer/ w preacher Netherthong Netherthong s side
Hannah wife married 45 Saddleworth
Martha daughter unmarried 20 Netherthong
Mary daughter unmarried 18 Netherthong
John son unmarried 11 scholar Netherthong
Eli Hobson servant unmarried 19 carter Honley
Benjamin Dyson HEAD married 45 sorter Netherthong Netherthong s side
Frances wife married 32 Scotland
James son unmarried 11m Netherthong
Benjamin Woodhead HEAD married 42 tailor Netherthong Netherthong s side
Elizabeth wife married 31 Honley
Fred son unmarried 3 Netherthong
Arthur son unmarried 11m Netherthong
John Goddard lodger unmarried 21 tailor Kirkburton
John Haigh unmarried 16 tailor apprentice Honley

Netherthong Brass Band & Netherthong Philharmonic Band Mk.1 & 2

Netherthong Brass Band
Netherthong Brass Band

In all the years I have been reading and researching the history of Netherthong , I had  only come across a few short  references to a Netherthong Brass Band. The search is  still on-going and  involves me reading through all the local Huddersfield newspapers from 1850 onwards and I have decided to give it and the Philharmonic Band their own chapter which, in all probability, will regrettably remain  short on detail.  The Netherthong Philharmonic Band,  which  appears to have been born in the late 1870s,  went into abeyance in 1902-3 and was then re-born  and re-formed in 1908 to be finally disbanded  in about 1915.

Netherthong Brass Band.

Netherthong Village Band c 1880s
Netherthong Village Band c 1880s

 I  received ( May 2016 ) the above photograph from Judith Wobst, who has many  ancestors with Netherthong connections. She said that the photograph is a Xerox of a broken picture on the back of which it says Netherthong Village Band in the 1880s. From looking at the instruments, I would guess it is the Brass Band rather than the Philharmonic Band. Because of her family connections she has been able to identify a number of the musicians. Martin Sykes – back row 3rd. from the right – was her grandfather. Joe Hallowell – front row far right – was the husband of Annice Sykes. Tom Sykes (?)- back row far right. Tom Woodhouse – front row far left – grandmother’s older brother ?. Walker Child – back row 4th. from the left – father of cousin Nellie Child. It is the oldest photograph in my history and is the most exciting showing the uniforms of the musicians with those great instruments. I have finally finished reading all the newspapers from that era and my meagre findings are shown below.

  Thanks mainly to back issues of the Huddersfield Examiner & West Riding Reporter, it would appear that the Brass Band could have been formed in 1866 and disbanded in 1887. What has intrigued me about the Band is  that our small village of Netherthong supported not only this Brass Band but, during the same period, also had a Philharmonic Band. Bear in mind that the standard complement for a brass band was about 25 musicians. As you read on you will see that the number of reports I found were very few and far between and consisted mainly about the Band leading processions at local feasts. What did they do for the rest of the year, where did they practice etc. ? Did they ever partake in any competitions. ? What was their relationship with other local brass bands, namely Meltham and Honley ? I have reports that in 1873 and 1876 some members of Meltham and Honley brass bands did attend and play at the funerals of two musicians of Netherthong Band. However I have just come across, in a newspaper report from January 1872 ,a report of a funeral of  one of the Band’s musicians.

The  references are.

Huddersfield Chronicle, June 1872 was the earliest reference to the Band that  I  found in that paper.  At the annual Sunday School feast the scholars formed in procession and, led by the Netherthong Brass Band, proceeded to the residence of Mr.Josiah Mellor.

In the Huddersfield Examiner for January 1872, the remains of Herbert Bo0cock were assigned to their resting place in the cemetery at the Parish Church.  ( There is no reference to him in the Index of burials). The members of the Band, in addition to several belonging to Meltham Mills, were present when the procession  marched from the deceased’s residence to the church and they played the ‘Death March’. They played ‘Luther’s Hymn ‘ over the grave and the Rev. A. Jones , the curate, read the funeral services.

 Huddersfield Examiner & West Riding Reporter – June 1873. At the Annual Festival of teachers and scholars the procession was headed by the Netherthong Brass Band in ‘their splendid uniforms’. In  November of the same year the paper reported –  On the last Sunday in October the remains of Mr.John Mallinson, musician and a member of the Band, were interred in All Saints burial ground. ( The index of burials lists a John Mallinson, aged 43, with date of burial 26 october 1873 ).Members of the Meltham Mills, Honley and Netherthong Brass Bands met at the house of the deceased, the Clothiers Arms Inn, and preceded the coffin playing the ‘Death March.’ Over the grave they performed that solemn piece of music, ‘Luther’s Hymn’ in the presence of a large number of spectators who had assembled to witness the funeral ceremony.’

There were three references in 1874. The first was in May when they assisted at the Hall Sunday School, Austinley, annual school feast. The following month they made their regular appearance  at the annual festival for the All Saint’s Sunday school when they headed the procession through the village. The last report in August was about a cricket match played at Town End between the members of the Netherthong and Town End Brass Bands.  Town End scored 29 runs but lost to Netherthong who amassed 56 runs. It had been intended to hold a gala following the match but the weather turned bad and it had to be postponed.

 Huddersfield Examiner & West Riding Reporter , June 1875.  At the annual festival of the teachers and scholars attending the Parish Church school, a procession of about 160 formed a procession and headed by the Netherthong Brass Band made its way to Thongsbridge.

 Huddersfield Examiner & West Riding Reporter – Saturday February 26 1876. The annual tea party connected to the Brass Band was held in the house of Mrs. Mallinson, the Clothier’s Arms Inn, when nearly 90 people sat down to eat. The evening was spent singing and dancing. In July of the same year there was a rather unusual and intriguing reference in that members of the Band played their annual cricket match with the Deanhouse Cricket Club on the ground of the latter. It would appear from the report in the paper that 18 of the musicians batted and scored 58 runs. 11 members of the Club reached 46 for 7 wickets before time was called resulting in a draw. A gala and sports were held in the evening and lots of young people assembled to dance to the diverting strains of the Band. Several old English sports were introduced during the evening.

 Another interesting report in the same paper in October 1876 included  information that indicated the Band could  have been formed in 1866. A funeral was held at All Saints for Mr. Martin Hoyle, 42 years, who had been connected with the Netherthong Brass Band as a cornet player since its formation about 10 years previously. The members of the Band met at the practice room and, assisted by a few members of the Meltham Mills Brass Band, accompanied the corpse to its burial ground. 100s of spectators congregated to witness the funeral ceremony.

 At the Whitsuntide celebrations in 1877 for the Wesleyan Sunday School, the procession proceded to the Deanhouse Workhouse headed by the Netherthong Brass Band.

The annual school feast for the   Parish Church Sunday School  was held in June 1878 and the procession, which was formed and paraded round the district, was headed by the Netherthong Brass Band.

There were two references in 1879, with the first being on Whit Monday when the band formed part of the procession for the teachers and scholars of the Wesleyan Sunday school. In the evening, when everybody adjourned to a field for games, they played music at intervals. Later in the same month the Parish Church Sunday schools held their annual festival which, as usual, involved a procession round the village led by the Brass Band. During the activities the band played several selections of music.

In March 1880, the Brass Band held its annual party at the Wagon and Horses Inn, Holmfirth when 60 persons sat down to a 1st. class sandwich tea well served by Mrs. Tyas. Afterwards a ball took  place  and members of the band played music for dancing. Songs were given by Messrs.James Mosley and E. Brown during the evening. The room was crowded and, in an unusual turn of events, they decided to have another tea on the following Monday and at that event 40 people sat down for tea. The following year the annual tea party and entertainment was held in the large room at the Clothiers when about 90 people took part. The Band had recently joined the E Company as a volunteer band and was trying to get a new set of instruments. The next report didn’t occur until June 1882 when once again the Band led the procession for the annual Parish Church school feast.  No report appeared in 1883  but in 1884  they were back leading  the Parish Church Annual school feast procession in June.

They organised a concert of vocal and instrumental music in the National schoolroom in February 1885 in aid of funds. The artistes engaged were Mrs. Hardy, soprano; Miss England , contralto ; Mr.F.Haigh , tenor ; Mr. H.Hardy, bass and J.Senior, violinist along with the band. The paper reported that the concert was a great success musically  but financially would only leave a small balance for the Band. Once again the Band was involved in the Annual Sunday School feast and , in addition to leading the procession, they played a choice selection of music in the evening. The Parish Church Sunday and Day schools held their annual procession in June 1886 and once again, as in 1885,  it was headed by the Brass Band.

  Holmfirth Express, December 1886. ” At the Christmas Day treat at Deanhouse Workhouse at 7a.m., the Netherthong Brass Band and the Netherthong Philharmonic Band played in front of the house and in the hospital.”

 Holmfirth Express , June 1887.  On Whit Monday the scholars and teachers made a procession along with scholars of the Methodist Free Church and, headed by the Netherthong Brass Band, marched to the Deanhouse Workhouse. In the same month  Netherthong village joined in the Jubilee Procession in Holmfirth and the Netherthong Brass Band was involved .The last reference I have found about the Band was in September 1887 and it reported the death of George Henry Wood who was a well known musician and had been leader of the Netherthong Brass Band. He was buried in All Saints’ Church on September 22, aged40. There is a reference in 1881 that he had also been  the conductor of the Philharmonic Band.

There were brass bands in most of the local villages. Meltham & Meltham Mills Bands were in existence from 1846 to 1996 and Ron Massey  published a book full of photos and details. titled 150 years of Music. There is a copy in the Archives Library at Kirklees but there is no reference in it to the Netherthong Brass Band. A ‘History of Honley Band’ was written by Peter Marshall of Honley and published in 2010. If you read through my separate chapter on the various processions held in the village, you will see how many of the local bands were involved. In 2015 I spoke to Jeffrey Turner, Holmfirth born and bred, who had written a book titled ” Brass Bands in the Holme Valley “. It is full of stories, information and facts about many of the local bands. Unfortunately he did not have any specific information about the Netherthong Brass band but did confirm that he had come across odd comments about its existence. The book is available from the author.

Then lo and behold , in December 2017 , I received the following email which gives some further insight into the history of the Brass Band. It was from David Hirst, secretary of the world famous Black Dyke Brass Band. He is from Holmfirth and was involved with Holme Brass Band for many years. He wrote ” Netherthong band was one of many local bands that developed in the very popular days of Brass bands at Holme, Hade Edge, Hepworth, Hepworth Iron Works, Crowedge, Honley, Hinchliffe Mill, Wooldale, Fulstone, Holmfirth Temperance, Kirkburton to name a few. The standard line up of 25 brass plus percussion was not established until the late 1870’s by John Gladney – MD of the prize winning Meltham Mills Band. Prior to this bands were made up of a variety of brass instruments and sometimes included woodwind. Netherthong may not have contested nationally but would certainly have competed locally.” He also included the following web site address . https://brassbandresults.co.uk/bands/netherthong/ 

I list below four contests from that site in which Netherthong competed. The conductor in each of them was W.Battye

13 July 1872 – Shelley  – 2nd. place

27 July 1872- Meltham – unplaced – test piece Croix d’Honneur.

16 August 1873- Kirkburton – unplaced – test piece Atilla.

19 September 1874 – Honley – 5th. place – Il Trovatore.

Netherthong Philharmonic Band – Mk 1

I have only come across a few references for what I have called Netherthong Philharmonic Band Mk1. The first one was dated November 1878 and the last one 1902. They did appear to be separate from the Brass Band although there could very well have been a cross-over of members from time to time.

 The United Methodists held a tea and public meeting in December 1878.  It was reported that the Philharmonic Band attended and gave music to the satisfaction of the audience. 

In 1879 the three churches in the village held separate  processions for their Sunday Schools. The Wesleyan Methodists and the Free Methodists both held theirs on Whit Monday and, as mentioned above, the Brass Band played at the Wesleyan event and the Philharmonic Band  was involved with the Free Methodists.

At the beginning of 1881 the inmates at Deanhouse Workhouse were treated to a concert by the Philharmonic Band and several vocalists. Some months later in April, the Methodist Free Church held a public tea and, as part of the entertainment, the Philharmonic Band, under their conductor, Mr. G.H.Wood, played selections of music. Members of the Band played at the concert given in December in aid of funds for the Deanhouse Cricket Club.

The Netherthong Co-op Society held its first meeting on January 14  1881 and, from the minute-book, there is an entry that at Easter 1882, they held a tea party and the entertainers included the Philharmonic Band under their conductor, Mr.G.H.Wood.  The Band played selections of music at the United Methodist Sunday School annual tea in November 1882. At the Christmas Day celebrations in the Workhouse in December 1885, the Band started playing at 7am and , as reported by the paper, ” the strains of the Philharmonic Band reverberated through the building ” – almost like a reveille call!

 The Philharmonic Band along with the Brass Band played at the Christmas Day treat in December 1886 at the Deanhouse Workhouse .

 The Deanhouse Workhouse celebrated the Coronation of King Edward VII in 1902. The inhabitants of the village and the children from all three Sunday schools marched in procession headed by a brass band ( not identified ) and the Philharmonic Band. This is the last report I have found.

Philharmonic Band Mk. 2

According to the Holmfirth Express the ‘new’ Philharmonic Band was formed in 1908. The conductor was C.A.Wood and the leader S.W.Bray. The ‘orchestra’ consisted of about 30 instrumentalists and presented a concert each year in the village. The band disbanded  in 1914/1915. 

 In  March 1909 a vocal and instrumental concert was given by members of the Band and, although there was a blizzard raging , the school was crowded with the largest audience for many years.The Band under the direction of S.Bray and conducted by Charles Wood consisted of 36 members . All the vocal artistes as well as the accompanist, Herbert Cousen, were natives of Netherthong and Holmfirth. The newspaper report concluded…” the demeanour of the members of the orchestra, particularly during the rendition of the vocal items, from the leader down to the tympanists was most commendable and yes, and especially yes, the gay drum major.”  In September of that year the Band provided music for dancing at the Football Club garden party.

 The 2nd, annual concert was held in January 1910. The Band had arranged an admirable programme and enlisted the engagement of a Netherthong celebrity, Mr.Frank Dickensen, who regularly appeared round the country. The other artistes were Miss Elsie Stringer, soprano, Mr.Tom Johnson, solo violin cello, and the accompanist Mr.H.Cousen, The members of the Band were : 1st. violins – Mr.W.Bray ( leader ), H.Hinchliffe, Miss F.Hirst, J.Hobson, F.Walker and B.Batley. 2nd. violins – G.Sheard, B.Dyson, R.Thorpe, H.Shore, H.Thorpe, A.Mellor.  Violas – L.Ramsden and A.Hobson. Violoncello – T.Johnson ( principal ), J.Charlesworth, W.Hobson and H.Mallinson.  Bass – L.Braithwaite and W.Buckley.  Flutes – J.Hebbelthwaite and W.Buckley. Clarionets – D.Wood and C.Woodhead.  Oboes – C.Garner and C.Hanson.  Bassoon – W.Lodge.  Horn – H.Clough.  Cornets – V.Kay and A.Green.  Trombones – H.Hellawell, M.Bailey and W.Coldwell. Drums – G.Swindon.

 At the 3rd. annual concert in 1911, C.A.Wood was still the conductor and the two named soloists were D.Wood, clarinet, and L.Green, Cornet.

 January 1912 was the date of the 4th. concert and even though the weather conditions were atrocious  they did not stop a large number of villagers attending. Mr.Couzen was the accompanist

 At the 5th. annual concer,t in addition to their own share of the programme, they had the following artistes. Soprano – Miss Florence Sanderson. Bass – Mr.George Oxley. Solo violin – Joseph Butterworth. The conductor was C.A.Wood, the accompanist was J.Goddard and J.Butterworth was the leader.

 The 6th. and final Annual Concert was held on March 21 1914. There was a full orchestra of  30 performers along with three guest singers – Miss Florence Sykes, soprano. David Oxley , tenor and Arthur Roberts bass.  The front seats wer 1/6, second seats 1/- and Backs 6d. The programme was Entry of the Gladiators, Raymond , Dans La Forge and Haydyn’s Farewell Symphony. In the second half the programme included God of Thunder, Semiramis and Esmerelda.  The impending  war  and the fact that many of the musicians would be enlisting were the main reasons this concert was to be their last one.

I have two further references to the Band that occur in obituaries. The first was for Private Charles Woodhead who was a member of the Band and played the clarinet. He was 20 years old when he was killed in 1916 fighting for his country in WW1 in Europe. The second was for William Hobson of Outlane who died in March 1927 aged 77 . He was a member of the band and a familiar figure with his cello. He was also a member of the United Methodist string band – see below.

 I have found one reference to a Netherthong String Band who played at a social in the National School in 1902 under the direction of Mr.C.Wood who was also the conductor of the Philharmonic Band from 1908 onwards. The Band played a varied selection of music and there were refreshments of tea, coffee and confectionery provided by the caterer, Miss Mitchell of Netherthong.

Mothers’ Union.

The Mothers’ Union is an international Christian charity that seeks to support families

The organisation was founded by Mary Sumner in 1876 in the Church of England parish of Old Alresford near Winchester where her husband was the rector. She wanted to bring mothers of all social classes together to provide support for one another and to be trained in motherhood. The growth of the movement beyond the boundary of the Dioceses of Winchester was due to the emphasis in Victorian British society on morality. It spread rapidly first to the dioceses of Ely, Exeter, Hereford, Lichfield and Newcastle and then throughout the UK. By 1892 there were 60,000 members in 28 dioceses which grew to 169,000 by the turn of the century. In 1893, AGMs were organised and in 1896 the Mothers’ Union Central Council was formed and Mary Sumner was unanimously elected president, a post she held into her nineties. In 1897 during her Diamond Jubilee, Queen Victoria became patron of the Mothers’ Union. Branches were set up throughout the British Empire.

The Netherthong branch of the Mothers’ Union ( MU ) was started on July 6 1912 and affiliated to the Parish Church and, at its 70th. birthday in October 1983, the special guest was Emily Sykes, aged 92. Although they met once a month their meetings were infrequently mentioned in the local paper and these were often just a few lines. In July 1921 a public tea was promoted and given by the Mothers’ Union and held in the Church School. The objective was to raise funds for the renovation of the Parish Church. The evening was spent in the grounds of Fairfield, courtesy of Mrs. Floyd, with games and competitions. In August 1922, members under the leadership of the president, Mrs.Floyd, went on an outing to Ripon and Fountains Abbey.

At the December meeting in 1924 they were entertained to a lantern lecture illustrating the work of the Mothers’ Union in different parts of the world. The next report was March 1928 when the services in connection with the Parish Church were conducted by the vicar, Rev.H.Hind. The address was titled ‘ Mothers of the Canadian Prairies.’ Three months later they had their annual outing visiting Ripon, Fountains Abbey and Knaresborough. In February 1929 they held a cake and Apron sale. That same year they held a Winter Sale which took place in the National schoolroom. There were lots of stalls , a public tea plus entertainment. Annual outings were very much a feature of the organisation and, in 1930, 30 members went on an excursion to Harrogate and Knaresborough. In 1947 they went to Rhyl and the following year in June they visited Llandudno in one of Messrs. Castles 33-seater coaches.

A service was held in April 1949  for the declaration of the new Mothers’ Union banner with the service being taken by Rev.S.Black. He said that the Netherthong branch of the Mothers’ Union was founded on July 6 1912 by the late Mrs. J.Peel Floyd. 40 members were enrolled at the first meeting and six were still living – Mrs.Hoyle, Mrs.Taylor, Mrs.Albert Wimpenny, Mrs.Arthur Wimpenny, Mrs. Knutton and Mrs. Tom Wood. The first of the four ladies were still attached to the branch. The next report was in October 1950 when their meeting took the form of a Curtain Fund. Mrs. Gledhill gave a cinema show of Whitby and the Gower as well as the recent school concert.

 At the AGM held in May 1974, Mrs. M. Capstick, the enrolling member, welcomed everybody and Mrs. E. Hincliffe, the secretary and treasurer, gave her report. A small committee were formed to be responsible for various duties and they were : Mrs. M.Capstick, enrolling member ; Mrs. Hinchliffe, treasurer and secretary ; Mrs. K. Woffenden, Mrs. D. Horncastle and Mrs. I. James , refreshment committee ; Mrs. J.Rothwell, flowers and cards ; Mrs. J. Jarvis  ; Mrs. S. Gledhill, Mothers Union representative on the Parish Council Committee. The next report wasn’t until 1976 when the AGM was held in January. Mrs. Jarvis was appointed Enrolling Member, Mrs. Hinchliffe retained the post of secretary with Mrs. Rothwell becoming the treasurer. The committee members elected were Mrs. B. Taylor, Mrs. R. McKenna and Mrs. M. Wilson. There were no reports for 1977 and 1978.

There were 30 members at the March 1979 meeting when Mr. Aubrook gave a slide show illustrating the history of toys. He was thanked by Mrs. M.Jones and the tea hostesses were Mrs. M.Taylor and Mrs. B.Taylor.

In December 1984 a joint effort by the Mothers Union, the WI and the Young Wives Group raised £130 at a bring and buy sale, held in the Parish Church rooms, in aid of Save the Children Fund

Netherthong Football History Part 2 – 1923 to date

The Holmfirth & District AFL meeting in July 1923 confirmed that 13 clubs, including Netherthong, had applied for membership for the season 1923-24. After discussion it was agreed that the radius measure should stay at 6 miles from Holmfirth Town Hall.

 Although there was no explanation given it became very clear in September, when the league fixtures were given, that Netherthong was no longer in the  league and the club was effectively in abeyance.

 However a new club was formed called the Netherthong Argyle Association Football Club which joined the Huddersfield District Football League for under 21 teams and fixtures were arranged from September 16 – April 7. Herbert Hoyle was the captain, C.Wood the vice – captain, S.Butterworth president and Lewis Dyson the secretary. Their pitch was in the field situated at Moor Lane on the right-hand side as you leave the village.. See below a photograph of the team.

Argyle Football Club
Argyle Football Club

Results were :  Argyle 4  Golcar 6.  Scorers for Netherthong were A. Sanderson with a hat –trick and A.Roebuck.   Argyle won the return match 2-1. They drew with Flockton Juniors 2-2 at home but lost the return at Flockton by 5-1.

 The home game against Cliffe attracted a large crowd and Argyle ran out 7 -4 winners with R.Hill bagging 4, A. Sanderson 2 and Harry Charlesworth 1. The return at Cliffe was won by the home team 3-1.

 They drew 2-2 at home with Shepley ( L. Charlesworth and R.Hall the scorers) and also drew 1-1 at Shepley with R.Hall scoring but also missing a penalty. R.Hall was in the goals again, scoring 2 in their away loss to Honley United Reserves.

 In the last game of the year, Argyle drew once again, this time 2-2 away to Golcar Reserves. Sanderson and R.Hall scored. In the first game of the New Year, Argyle visited Brockholes and lost 1 -2. The picture was very different when Brockholes came to Netherthong. The home team were 1-0 up at half-time and in the 2nd. half went on a rampage and won 7-0. A. Sanderson and R.Hall both got hat-tricks and the other was scored by H. Charlesworth.

 Argyle were on a roll and when they visited Golcar United they won by 7-1 with the scorers being H.Charlesworth(3), A.Sanderson (2), R.Hall and F.Shaw. They won the return game at home by 9-0 but the scorers names were not given.

 They lost 4-2 at Slaithwaite but drew  2-2  at home. J.Rothery and H.Charlesworth being the scorers.

 In aid of club funds they organized a dance in January in the United Methodist School, Mr.C.Wood played the dance music on the piano.

 Their next game was home to a strong Honley United team. It was 2-2 up to the last minute, thanks to goals by A.Sanderson and R.Hall, but unfortunately Honley snatched a late winner. When they visited Honley they were soundly beaten 7-1 with R.Hall scoring their only goal. Fortunately they rebounded and beat Brockholes 4-0 at home with A. Sanderson ( 2 ) , F.Shaw and R.Hall scoring. It seemed that the advantage of the home pitch and supporters played an important part – Argyle were trounced 9-0 at Cliffe but won the return game 4-1.

 In the last game of the season they ended in grand style beating Brockholes 9-2. The scorers were H.Hall ( 3 ), E.Swallow ( 2 ), H.Charlesworth (2 ), A.Sanderson and H.Hoyle.

 It is unfortunate that the local paper did not print the final league table.

  Argyle once again entered the Huddersfield Sunday School League and in their first game of the new season they visited Elland to play Elland Congregational and lost 1-2.  Their first home game  against Cliffe resulted in a 1-1 draw with A.Roebuck scoring. Away at the Crosland Moor ground they lost 3-6 to the United Methodist team. At home to Berry Brow Wesleyans they won 3-2, H.Charlesworth(2) and F.Shaw. They drew 2-2 at Lockwood against the Baptists. Scorers A. Sanderson and H. Charlesworth. In October they beat Thurstonland 2-1 at home with A.Sanderson and H.Buckley scoring.

  The club organized a very successful dance at the National School and the report stated “the company  took part in the up-to- date dances “.

 They lost 2-3 against South Street, J.Wilson and C. Dufton being the scorers and were well beaten 1-7 against Netheroyd Hill. A home match against Outlane gave them a 4-1 victory which was the same score they achieved the following week when they played Moldgreen Congregationals. R.Singleton, Wilson, Sanderson and Buckley scoring.

  Continuing with their fund raising activities they organized a whist drive and dance in December.

  They lost the last two games of 1923, 0-4 at Milnsbridge Baptist team and  1-2 at home against Lindley Zion.

  The paper reported that Argyle were mid way up the table.

    For the first game in 1924  they played Golcar at home and won 2-1 with goals by H.Hoyle and R.Buckley. The next game was also at home and they beat Elland Congregational 3-1 , H.Hoyle (2 ) and H. Charlesworth. The paper reported that J.Kingdom played a particularly good game. The next game was also at home and they lost 0-1 to a goal scored in the last minute by Crosland Moor United Methodists. Yet another home game saw them draw 1-1 with Berrybrow Wesleyans. The paper also reported on a game played in the Moor Road pitch by  Netherthong Juniors against Wooldale Juniors which they lost 2-3.

 Argyle were due to meet Elland Congregationalists in the 1st. round of the Town Shield but Elland were unable to fulfill their commitment so Argyle got a pass through to the next round. In February Argyle met Thurstonland for the first time and won 2-0 away with goals by F.Shaw and H.Charlesworth.

  Argyle organized a whist drive and dance at the National School. Supper was provided by the ladies and Mr.H.Preston’s Band provided the music for dancing.

 Argyle lost heavily 0-5 against the South Street Primitive Methodists but when they met the same team in the 2nd. round of the Cup  they put up a much better performance and narrowly lost 1-2 with the goal scored by F.Shaw. In March, the Netheroyd Hill Congregationalists were the visitors and were beaten 6-3. Argyle were at home against Milnsbridge Baptists and won 4-1 , R .Hall ( 2 ) and A.Sanderson ( 2 ).

Unfortunately they next had Honley Primitive Methodists as visitors and lost 1-6. The following week the  Lockwood Baptists visited and Argyle had a good 5-1 victory.

It would appear that that was the last game of the season although, once again, the local paper did not print a table so one can only guess how well Argyle performed. There were no reports of a team from 1925 through to 1932 but in September 1932 the Express reported that there had been much interest in the newly formed AFC in the village. 30 names had enrolled as players and the following officials were appointed – Mr.S.Butterworth, president . Mr.J.Walker, treasurer. Mr.A.Bray, League representative. Mr.L.Barnes, treasurer. Mrs.L.Haigh, secretary. The tennis pitch had been secured as the playing area and the Queen’s Arms as the headquarters. The team were to be called Netherthong United, NTU. The first game was a narrow loss to Scissett by 2-1. R.Dyson captained the team and John Roebuck scored the goal. The next result was aloss to Meltham Mills by 6-4 with Allsopp,Bray,Swaine & Taylor scoring. The team continued on their losing streak against Kirkburton Church before getting their first point with a 4-4 draw against hade Edge Rovers. Allsopp with 2, Sanderson and Kaulton with one apiece. Two further losses followed against Wooldale and Newsome and at that stage , after 7 games,  NTU and Hade Edge were propping up the bottom of the league. A win 5-2 against Brockholes United was their first victory with Sanderson getting a hat-trick and their next game against St.Cuthbert’s Church was another win with Bray scoring a hat-trick .

 In the Wooldale  football book it showed that in the 1932-33 season NTU  had come 10th out of 12 teams  playing 22, winning 5, losing 15 and drawing 2 for a total of 12 points. The League was won by Scholes. In their two games against Wooldale they lost the away game 0-2 and the return at home by 2 goals to 5.  Under the heading ” NTU tales of woe “, the Express listed details of five injured players. 1. N.Shaw broke his finger against Wooldale, it became septic and he sunsequently had it removed. 2. P.Smith, the goalkeeper, broke his nose also in a game against Wooldale.  3. A.Allsop received an injury to one of his knees playing against Meltham Mills. 4. Tom Hobson sustained serious injuries to one of his knees against Hade Edge in December 1932. A benefit game was played against Scholes in February 1933 which raised £3 to his benefit fund.. 5. And finally A.Sanderson, their left winger, was committed to Holme Valley Memorial Hospital with rheumatic fever.

The following season, 1933-34, there were 13 teams in the league  and NT . In their first game they lost 2-6 against  Hade Edge but then had a real end-to end game against Clayton West before running out winners by 6-2. Unfortunately they lost the next two games, one of them being a drubbing 9-0 against Scissett. Results continued to be very mixed with a 4-4 draw against Scholes, a loss to Emley by the odd goal, a 5-2 defeat against Sovereign Rangers followed by a 7-1 win against Aspley United with Jackson scoring a hat-trick. The year finished with them drawing with Wooldale Wanderers , losing 2-3 against Scholes and drawing 2-2 with Sovereign Rangers to end in 10th. position. 1934 followed the same pattern but they managed to end the season  with three good wins against Brockholes, Emley and Denby Dale which enabled them  to improve to 8th. position  , playing 22 games with 6 wins and 4 draws and scoring 16 points. The league winners were Scissett.

However in September, because of the change in boundaries that the Football Association implemented , the Express football reporter under his by-line ” Arbiter” said that the decision  had wrecked the Holme Valley League. Two of last seasons teams, Wooldale Wanderers and Sovereign Rangers had joined the Penistone & District League with the remainder of the clubs disbanding.

The Express reported at the beginning of 1938 that Netherthong United were in 3rd. position in the red triangle league for U-18. There were no match reports but in March the final table showed United came 7th. out of 12 teams having played 22 games, winning 10, losing 9 and drawing 3. In October 1938 the paper reported United were no longer in the red triangle league but no reasons were given.

In January 1938  Deanhouse Mills were playing in the Huddersfield Works League and  were lying 5th.at the beginning of the year . By April they were still in 5th. position having played 18 with 8 wins, 7 losses and 3 . They remained in Section A of the Huddersfield Works League when the new season started in October.The season ended in May 1939 and Deanhouse Mills finished 4th. after 20 matches with 25 points from 11 wins and 3 draws.

In September war was declared and the football leagues were cancelled.

The Express reported in March 1972 that a Netherthong man, Max Taylor of Broomy Lea Lane, was one of only two players that season to be awarded a full purple by London University FC. He was selected for the squad to go to the British University Sports Federation tournament at Easter. ‘Purples ‘ are colours awarded to players for creditable performances and he had played in the side which beat Oxford University 2-0 and drew with Cambridge University 2-2.

A meeting was held at the Clothier’s Arms in February 1973 with a view to forming a new football club. There clearly had been a positive result as a team, called Netherthong SC ( Social Club ) was entered in Division IX of the Huddersfield & District A.F.L. Results and reports were far and few between in the local paper but in a game against Milnbridge the SC won by 3-2 scoring the winning goal in the last minute with goals by Battye, Sykes and Priestley. In the same month they drew 2-2 away at Park Rangers and the members of the team were listed as : O.Wood, D.Haigh, K.Leak, S.Cappleman, G.Baddeley, A.Dobson, J.Turner, M.Tinker, I. Battye, R.Priestley, P.Stead, T.Kimmage and the reserves A.Hirst and A.Muff. In November they beat Honley Lib. by 4-3 with Dobson, Turner and Priestley ( 2 ) getting the goals. This was followed by a 2-2 draw against Crescent FC with Priestley and Kimmage scoring. In January SC continued their unbeaten run to three matches scoring double figures and making it 31 goals for and one against. They beat Park Rangers 11-1 with  Tinker, Battye and Priestley sharing the spoils. Their goalkeeper , Ashton, had some lucky escapes and their right back, not named, was sent off for an incident.

No final league table was given but Netherthong must have done very well and probably won the league because when the new season started in September 1974 they had been promoted to Div.VIII. Although the paper listed the weekly fixtures for all the local teams they gave no reports or results instead giving any space available to the exploits of the Upperthong teams. However they did record that in April 1975, the Huddersfield District League had asked the SC to try to improve their facilities and provide changing rooms and showers on their ground or risk being expelled from the League.

There was no final league table but  once again the SC must have had a very successful season as they were listed as being in Division VII for the new season in September 1975. There was a match report for the game in October against Thongsbridge which was played in atrocious conditions.  The result was 8-3 to the SC with Heap, Alsop and Holmes all scoring twice and Maude and Tinker also netting, The match between SC and Upperthong in the 2nd. round of the Invitation Cup merited a half-page report and photograph. The SC were leading 3-2 until the dying seconds when Upperthong equalised. The match went into extra time with Upperthong snatching the winner. Alsop and Baxter ( pen ) scored for the SC, The team were congratulated on their performance as there was a four division difference between the teams. In March the team beat Meltham Res. 3-2 in the quarter final of the Richardson Cup. Dobson in goal was in great form and Sykes and Alsop ( 2) were the scorers.

I hate to repeat myself but that was the last report for the season and no league table was give but the SC once again must have performed well  because in the new season starting in September 1976, they had  moved up into a higher division, this time Div.VI.  There must have been a change of policy at the paper because more matches were being reported. After two disappointing results, they hit top form against Cartworth Moor winning 4-0 with a hat-trick from Alsop and a goal by Battye. Alsop scored twice  against Paddock but that was not enough to stop his team losing 4-2. They bounced back in the 1st. round of the Sheffield Cup against Wath Sports winning 3-2. Alsop scored his second from a spectacular overhead kick from 20 yards.Dobson in goal was rock steady and Wakefield, Thompson and Lockwood played well in midfield. The winning goal was by from a corner by Brown which was chipped by Thompson over the keeper and into the net. In the second round against Flockton, despite a brace by Alsop, the lost 3-2. They played top of the table, Linthwaite Athletic in October and lost 4-2 – they had gone one up with a goal by Wakefield and Alsop made this 2-0 after 20 minutes but Linthwaite got on top and scored four times. The referee made Alsop man-of-the-match. Their next match was also a defeat by 4-3 to Milnsbridge with Alsop, Parsons ( pen ) and Priestley scoring. The team were obviously finding life in the higher league much more competitive but that didn’t seem to stop Alsop being a deadly striker.

In the first game in the New Year Alsop hit a hat-trick against Lepton but the team still lost 4-5. Heavy snow played havok with the fixtures but at the end of January they beat Cartworth Moor 5-1. Alsop scored the first goal followed by one by Sykes,  Cartworth pulled one back and then the SC captain, Battye, was penalised for a foul but the Cartworth striker shot wide. Alsop scored twice more for his hat-trick bringing his tally for the season to 27. Baxter scored the 5th. goal from a penalty.

The Express were devoting more space to reports on the SC games particulary as the team were fighting hard to avoid relegation. A fluke second half goal robbed brave SC of a point against Paddock, the promotion contenders. They took two valuable points by defeating Kirsteel Wharf 4-3. Baxter scored the first from a penalty, Alsop netted next and Baxter scored direct from a free kick to put the team 3-1 up. They became rather complacent and Kirsteel scored in the 72nd. and 80th. minutes to draw level. With five minutes to go Alsop was clear with only the keeper to beat when he was hacked down from behind for a penalty. The ever reliable   Baxter converted. Their next game against Honley United was an easy 7-1 win with the scorers being, Turner, Parsons, Alsop, Gray,Alsop, Alsop, Alsop. It looked like Alsop was going to bring his goal tally  to five but he was brought down by the keeper. Dobson, the SC keeper, trotted up to take the penalty kick and shot wide. SC after taking a two goal lead thanks to Battye and Turner were unable to keep the advantage and ended up by loosing 4-2 to Linthwaite. The March 14 issue of the Express had a photograph of the team and a full match report with the comment that they had failed to halt the big slide by losing 0-2 to Milnsbridge YMCA. They suffered their third successive defeat by losing 3-5 to Bay Athletic Reserves – Alsop and Parsons  sharing the goals. If that wasn’t traumatic enough for their loyal supporters they suffered a shock 1-0 defeat against fellow strugglers, Linthwaite. In April the headlines were that  ‘Survival was likely for SC’ after they beat Lepton 1-0 way from home  followed by another away victory by  3-2 at Honley which should have ensured another season for them in Div.VI.

SC were still in Div. VI for the new season which started in September 1977. The Express were continuing their policy of giving detailed match reports of their games. After three successive wins in which they had scored 16 goals they gave a disappointing display and surrendered the Division leadership when they lost 1-2 at home to Thorpe Green – Battye scored their goal. In their next match against Oakes they were outplayed and lost 0-3. However SC had developed an attacking formation in training and in their next game ‘hammered’ out a warning to the Div.VI defences when they thrashed Scapegoat Hill Reserves 8-2. The strike force was P.Livesey and the re-juvenated G.Alsop and both of them scored hat tricks. In very blustery conditions SC beat Lepton 5-3 with goals by Sykes(2), Battye and Alsop ( 2). However tempers became frayed and both Battye and MacCatrey were booked.

The good run continued when they crushed Holmbridge in the 2nd. round of The Sheffield Cup. The result was especially cheering because Holmbridge were in Div.III. Sykes scored a hat trick with Condie and Alsop also on the score sheet. In  their next game they cruised into the next round of The Invitation Cup  when they  hammered Storthes Hall 11-1 even with their leading goalscorer, G.Alsop, absent. Sykes with two goals and one by McCaherty who also missed a penalty went  3-0 up. Netherthong looked sluggish and the biggest cheer came when a reporter fell in the water while retrieving the ball. At the stroke of half-time Livesey scored. After a verbal lashing from the coach, A.Kilcoyne, the second half brought more urgency. Condie, Battye with a brace and Livesey  all scored before Sykes got his third for his hat-trick. The goal of the game came in the 75th. minute when Livesey split the defence and his centre was met by Battye with a brilliant diving header for his hat-trick and before the end of the game Battye scored his 4th. The next match against Bay Athletic Res. was a 2-2 draw with Condie and Alsop scoring. The Express commented ‘ what went wrong’ with SC after another disappointing result when they lost 1-2 to Lindley Lib.Res. Battye had put them ahead after 10 minutes but their passing was atrocious and A.Dobson in goal saved them from further embarrassment. 

The next match was played in conditions more suited to Sherpa Tensing but SC beat Thongsbridge 8-3 in the Sheffield Junior Cup. Alsop grabbed four, Priestley and Ashton got one apiece and McCaherty with two in the bag missed a penalty for the third time in the season. In the Invitation Cup Tie SC played against Diggle, a Lancashire league side, but were not strong enough to beat them , going down 3-6 with Alsop getting a hat trick. The next report was titled ‘ Netherthong turn on a goal tap’. The coach, A.Kilcoyne, claimed that his team were fantastic when they thrashed Little John Res. away from home.  SC went behind before Condle scored an equaliser but they looked sluggish and went in at half time 2-1 down. A pep talk had a great effect and Sykes levelled the scores followed in quick succession by D.  P.Livesey, J.Lockwood, Sykes again, Alsop and Livesey again. The result kept SC in 4th. place. 

With the team missing many chances they suffered a cup shock when they lost 3-6 to Wath Sports in the Sheffield Junior Cup. Livesey, McCaherty and Kilcoyne scoring the goals. The last game in the year was a cracker when SC played Upperthong Res. and, after the lead changed constantly, it wasn’t until the last five minutes that Upperthong scored the deciding goal. Sykes, Alsop, Condie ( pen), Turner and Battye all got a goal each.

SC started off the new year , 1978, in style beating Britannia Works 4-0. Sykes, Alsop scored two , one of which was a penalty, Ashton ( penalty ) and Livesey was voted man of the match.

Football team
Football team

The team photograph above was taken in December 1977.

The Express gave a short ‘biography’ of some of the players. “Paul Livesey – lives in Netherthong and works at David Brown Tractors and is 5’9″. John Lockwood , 5’10”, also comes from Netherthong, works at Hepworth Iron Company and fish and chips  is his favourite dish. David Sykes, the baby of the team is 18, 5’5″ and lives in the village. He enjoys egg and chips and his ambition is to grow taller. Tony Brown is 31, married with two children and lives in Thongsbridge. John Turner is married, lives in Netherthong and is a keen motor-cyclist.  Brian Gray is 31, married, lives in the village and works at David Brown Tractors. Frank Ashton is 19, 5’10” and  from Dalton. Ian Battye, married with one daughter, lives in Netherthong, works in Honley and hopes that one day he will win the Holmfirth Darts Cup. Alex KIlcoyne, 30, lives in Honley and is a Muppet fan. Alan Dobson, 17, married with two children works at David Brown tractors. Geoff Alsop,24, goal scorer supreme, is a native of Netherthong but lives in Thongsbridge with his wife and two children. He likes scampi and chips “.

In June 1978 a Netherthong cricket team, comprising of many of the football team, played against Upperthong at the annual Upperthong Gala. The photograph is shown below but none of the players were identified.

Netherthong v Upperthong Cricket match June 1978
Netherthong v Upperthong Cricket match June 1978

The next report was headed ” Thongs disaster day”. They lost 2-6 at home to Cartworth Moor in spite of two very good goals by Alsop. In February a depleted side had no answer to the power of the joint League leaders, Oakes, and slumped to a 6-1 defeat with Livesey scoring their only goal. They turned things round in their next match when they beat Little John Res. by 5-1 with Alsop getting yet another hat-trick, Kilkoyne and Condie with a penalty  also getting on the score sheet. They nearly caused a shock against unbeaten league leaders, Thorpe Green WMC, but, having led them 1-0 , they were finally sunk when the visitors scored twice in the last five minutes. After winning mid-week games against Bay Athletic Res, 5-2, and Lepton,3-0, they were back into the promotion race but their dreams turned into nightmares with a defeat against the already relegated Slaithwaite Res. by 4-3.  Daykin, Ashton and Battye scored. In the last match of the season they visited Lindley Lib.Res.  and won 7-0. The scorers were Alsop (2), Sykes, Halton, Ashton, Battye and Day. The reporter in his match report commented ”  he was so disappointed he went car spotting on the nearby M62. It was with some reluctance that he returned for the second half. By this time SC were two goals up, Kilcoyne had been sent off and a stray dog made up the numbers”.

For the new season, which started in September 1978, SC started off with a win by 3-1 against Hade Edge in windy conditions. Alsop 2 and Sykes 1 were the scorers. The Express did not report the next few games but then said that SC had continued its unbeaten run of four games with a narrow victory over Honley Libs by 2-1 with Sykes and Priestley scoring. In October the reporter started his article with ” Oh,what a circus ” sings David Essex which summed up SC’s performance against Vulcan Sports when they suffered their biggest defeat losing 8-1 with Stoker getting the consolation goal. They didn’t do much better in their next game against Upperthong Res. in the Sheffield Shield match going down by 2-5. Holmes and Sykes got on the scoreboard. November started off well with two good wins. The first was against Park Ramgers who they beat 5-1 with goals by Stoker, Battye, Alsop (2) and Livesey who also missed a penalty. In the Groom Cup they defeated Thongsbridge Ath. by 2-0 with goals by Holmes and Livesey. Unfortunately they lost their next game against YMCA Res. by 3-2 , Sykes and Holmes scoring. At a very muddy local derby at Sycamore in December they beat Thongsbridge 3-1 with Sykes, Holmes and Alsop giving them a good win. To round off the year they won their last two games – 4-2 against Park Rangers – Holmes, Sykes, Battye all scored in the first half with Livesey netting a penalty in the second half., and 5-1 against the Town Hall. Livesey (2), Alsop, Baxter and Sykes. The resumption of football in the New Year was seriously affected by the bad weather and heavy snow. There were two references to games being played in April  1979 and, with the team having taken  32 out of 36 points, they  were in with a good chance to win their league- once again no final table was given.

  The village still had a football team playing in the 1980s  but what I hadn’t realised ,until I came across the four photographs below, was that in the 1984-85 season they also had a reserve team.

netherthong Reserves

 

 

Team photo march 1985

 

All the action
March 1985

 

Further action
March 1985

 

Football team line-up
January 4 1985

In January 1986, the express printed a photo of Netherthong Juniors FC.

NT Juniors FC
January 1986

Back row from left : Jonathan Liversedge, Chris Gilleard,  Robert Lloyd, Steven Worden, Gareth Gibson, David Part, Matthew Jackson.  Front : Shane Parker, Sean Steepies, Wayne Jessop, Andrew Kilner, Mark Turner ( captain ), Robert Sparks.  (I uploaded this photo in December 2108 so  so the young lads will now be in their forties.) 

The local derbies against Upperthong were always eagerly awaited and the game played on 14 March 1985 was termed Match of the Day by the reported even though it ended in a 0-0 draw.  The toast of Netherthong was the stand-in keeper, Paul Hepplestone, following a spellblinding performance. The team were Paul , Timothy Walker,Neil Thomlinson, Richard Wibberly, David Sykes, Ian Glover, Richard Mallinson, Sean Jessop, David Hardy, John Lindley, Barry Marshall and Glyn Brown.

 

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. The following information has been supplied ( July 2018 ) by a ‘family member’.

The Wesleyan Chapel was bought by my Grandfather George England with a view to converting it into living accommodation but the project was never begun. We were visiting the family soon after he had acquired it and he took us to see it. I can tell you, that  inside the chapel, there was a mahogany chair with arms and a plaque fixed to the back, which said something to the effect that ” John Wesley used this chair when he preached in this chapel in 1772? My grandfather’s intention was to give the chair to a local  Chapel and, so far as I know, that is what he did. It could possibly have been Gatehead. 

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.

Deanhouse Workhouse National Census 1871

The first inmates  to the Workhouse were admitted in September 1862 so the 1871 National Census was the first opportunity to formally record their details.. As per any census, those details included status ( M = married, s= single or w= widow ), age, occupation, if any, and place of birth. It reported any disabilities, Idiot, Lunatic or Blind. Apart from the first three names heading the list, the Master, Matron and Nurse, all the rest of the inmates were registered as paupers. What I’ve yet to find out on this census and subsequent ones I have listed in my History is where all the rest of the staff, nurses, helpers, cooks etc were when the census was taken.

If you read my chapter on the start of the Workhouse in Deanhouse you will see a paragraph about  the concern of the local inhabitants. One can understand why, when out of the 202 inmates in the first census, only two were from Netherthong, Hannah Booth and Benjamin Gill, whilst eight were from Ireland. To save you counting  22 are registered as Idiots, two as Lunatics and two as blind.There are also 45 children aged from a few months to 18 years and when they were over five years old they were classed as scholars.

If you want to read more about the early Workhouses then I can recommend, Workhouse – The People – The Places – The Life Behind Doors by Simon Fowler. Published 2007. ISBN 978 1 905615 03 2.  Quite disturbing in parts – actually lots of parts.  

Name Status Age Occupation Place of Birth
James Wood M 48 Master Cheshire
Emma Wood wife 38 matron Lancashire
Mary Nettleton Widow 52 nurse Leeds
Fred Cheetham s 30 tenter Yorkshire
John Higgins Widow 75 farm servant Pontefract
Wm.Johnson s 65 waever Meltham
Nancy Godley s 28 servant Huddersfield
Mary malther s Idiot 58 Huddersfield
Mary Rawson s 52 housekeeper Lancashire
Wm. Rawson 8 scholar Huddersfield
Abel Teedale s 35 tenter Huddersfield
Mary Hirst s Idiot 42 Huddersfield
Hannah Lindley s 50 servant Wooldale
Emma Baipps s Idiot 27 Huddersfield
Hannah Taylor s Idiot 34 Huddersfield
John Taylor 6 scholar Huddersfield
Joseoh Brootle s 56 boatman Deighton
Ellen Kelley s 27 servant Ireland
Walter dawe Widow 73 labourer Ireland
Andrew Brown Widow 57 labourer Ireland
Richard Roach s 42 labourer Ireland
Andrew Manning Widow 66 labourer Ireland
John Mahoney Widow 70 joiner Ireland
Mary Lynch s 43 piecer Huddersfield
James Bradbury Widow 71 waever Saddleworth
Lionel Hawkworth Widow 64 labourer Hoylandswain
Wm. Stead Widow 66 spinner Bramley
F.Hornby 17 scholar Kirkheaton
Ann Sharpe M 38 servant Huddersfield
Janice Heap s 66 milner Leeds
Wm. Dugdale s 67 wood sawyer Leeds
Wm. Brootle 12 scholar Manchester
M.McGuire M lunatic 41 stonemaon Ireland
Rowland halstead s 78 tenter Huddersfield
Henry Hessler 14 scholar Huddersfield
John Hirst s 61 horse keeper Huddersfield
David Milnes s 60 weaver Lockwood
Abram haigh M 68 weaver Lepton
Thomas Ferron Widow 67 cabinet maker America
Mary Halstead s 39 feeder Huddersfield
Edwin Halstead 8 scholar Huddersfield
Sarah hartley M 29 piecer Leeds
Caroline Hartley 6 scholar Leeds
Wm. Hartley < 12m Bramley
James Dyson s 53 weaver Almondbury
Mary Malther 41 weaver Silkstone
James Rayman 9 scholar Huddersfield
Crispin Berry s 56 weaver Lepton
Tom Dulton s 22 iron founder Huddersfield
Robert Sykes s 54 gardener Kirkheaton
Mary Gaun 44 weaver Lancashire
George Heaton M 59 brush maker Leeds
Wm. Noland 8 scholar Cheshire
Susan Bishop s 27 servant Northants
John Curley s 24 Huddersfield
James Burley s 55 horse keeper Huddersfield
James Taylor 12 scholar Huddersfield
Joe Dranefield 10 scholar Huddersfield
Samuel Mellor 8 scholar Huddersfield
Esmond Smith 8 scholar Dalton
Edward Higgins 6 scholar Leeds
Alfred Whiteley s 38 labourer Linthwaite
George ?? s 60 weaver Almondbury
George Calvert s 50 stoker Almondbury
Nancy Thomas s Idiot 35 Almondbury
Charles North s 67 weaver Almondbury
Samuel Haigh s 70 weaver Almondbury
Thomas Dearnally s 52 weaver Almondbury
Jacob Lee s 17 Blind Almondbury
Maria Walther s 29 feeder Thurstonland
Adam Boothroyd s 57 weaver Almondbury
Sarah Liversedge s 34 servant Honley
Horatio Liversedge s Idiot 17 scholar Almondbury
Ellen Fleming s 36 Almondbury
Mary Middington s 55 servant Yorkshire
Wm. France Widow 75 weaver Honley
Charles Hirst s 50 Austonley
Mary Brootle s 67 tenter Austonley
Mary Hinchliffe s Idiot 31 Upperthong
Wm. Winterbotton s 54 Deaf and Dumb Cartworth
Fanny Charlesworth s 54 weaver Upperthong
D.Moorhouse s 77 tailor Wooldale
Ann Booth s Idiot 46 Hepworth
Joseph Hollingsworth s 36 labourer Cartworth
Abel Earnshaw s 51 weaver Cartworth
Joseph Barber 11 scholar Cartworth
Elizabeth Beevers s 27 servant Wooldale
Charlotte Beevers 9 scholar Wooldale
Ben Beevers 6 scholar Cartworth
Harriet Peace M lunatic 61 Lepton
I Beevers 2 Cartworth
Isaac Sanderson s Idiot 40 labourer Dalton
Wm. Garside s Idiot 51 Farnley Tyas
Joseph Harpin Widow 77 weaver Farnley Tyas
Matha Harpin s 52 servant South Crosland
Alfred Armitage 11 scholar Fulstone
Sarah Armitage 9 scholar Fulstone
Ruth Armitage 7 scholar Fulstone
Hannah Booth s 35 weaver Netherthong
Jonathan Bailey M 69 spinner Wooldale
Jane Bailey s Idiot 36 weaver kirkburton
George Ibbersen s 67 weaver Fulstone
Ada Cootl < 5m Honley
Albert Armitage 13 scholar Fulstone
Walter Taylor s Idiot 27 Golcar
Elizabeth Whitwane 14 Blind Golcar
Betty Whitwane s Idiot 27 Golcar
Joseph Whitwane s 75 weaver Huddersfield
Betty Blackburn s 50 weaver Golcar
Joseph Clough s 67 labourer Holme
Martha Beevers s Idiot 66 servant Cartworth
Sarah Wood s Idiot 24 charwoman Yorkshire
Sarah J Wood <12m Honley
John Hallar s 68 setter Honley
Fenton Lubb s Idiot 30 Honley
Elizabeth Hobson 9 scholar Honley
Elizabeth Kaye s 40 servant Austonley
Ben Kaye 5 scholar Honley
John Cuttall s 72 weaver Cartworth
Godfrey Berry 8 scholar Honley
Tom Berry 5 scholar Honley
Mary Schofield s 64 weaver Honley
Jane Woodhouse s 81 Linthwaite
David Hampshire 5 scholar Honley
John Booth M 60 labourer Huddersfield
Fred Hobson s 64 weaver Honley
James Garner s 65 weaver Honley
Fred Haigh 1 Honley
David Boothroyd Widow 62 weaver Honley
William Day s 38 teaser Farnley Tyas
Eliza Haigh s 24 servant Golcar
John Bray s 40 coal miner Honley
George Beever 10 scholar Huddersfield
Charlotte Hardy s 49 servant kirkburton
Sarah Hallas s 40 weaver Kirkheaton
Mary Hallas 10 scholar Kirkheaton
John Woodhouse 7 scholar Lepton
Alice Woodhouse 4 scholar Honley
Sarah Thewlis s Idiot 48 Lepton
Ellen Eastwood s 35 charwoman Lepton
Joe Eastwood 4 scholar Honley
Wm. Davidson 13 scholar Huddersfield
James Bedford s 47 blacksmith Lepton
Ann Fox s Idiot 40 Lindley
John Beaumont A s 71 weaver Linthwaite
John Beaumont B Widow 71 weaver Linthwaite
Lavinia Gawthroyd s Idiot 26 Kirkheaton
Jonathan Burnley Widow 70 cab driver Wetherby
Isaac Fletcher M 58 tailor Leeds
Ann Crowther s 36 charwoman Lockwood
Joseph Riley Widow 71 finisher Lockwood
Joseph Crowe Widow 67 finisher Lockwood
Mary Hinchliffw s 30 servant liverpool
Charles McGatti 10 scholar Manchester
Hannah Sykes s Idiot 30 Yorkshire
James Rayne Widow 63 house painter Marsden
Alfred Marsden 3 scholar Marsden
Hiram Mellor Widow 57 piecer Marsden
John Whitehead Widow 69 stone delver Marsden
Matthew Brookobauti Widow 79 weaver Crosland
Sarah Shaw s Idiot 30 Meltham
James Beardsell Widow 70 weaver Upperthong
Benjamin Gill s 60 weaver Netherthong
Harriet Gledhill s 41 weaver Scammonden
Joseph Gledhill 15 scholar Scammonden
Wm. Gledhill 9 scholar Scammonden
Wm.Lawton s Idiot 65 weaver Cumberworth
James Armitage s 66 servant Slaithwaite
Samuel Barratt Widow 67 cloth milner Crosland
Humphrey Hemingway s 58 weaver Meltham
Friend Sykes s 59 weaver Crosland
Thomas taylor M 61 labourer Crosland
Thomas Oldfield Widow 83 weaver Crosland
John Boothroyd s 25 Huddersfield
Benjamin Pinder s 76 weaver Thurstonland
Edmund Hardy s 35 labourer Thurstonland
Mary Nobles s 34 burler Fulstone
William Nobles 2 Honley
Jonas Hinchliffe s 70 finisher Fulstone
Christopher Hinchliffe s 62 excavator Upperthong
Sophie Hawksworth s Idiot 19 Huddersfield
Wm.Mordsworth s 74 labourer Upperthong
Benoni Kaye s 45 milner Oldham
Mary Robinson s 19 servant Wooldale
Matthew Fretwell s 35 finisher skelmanthorpe
Ann Robinson <1m Honley
John Taylor Widow 77 tailor Wooldale
John Ramsden Widow 75 weaver Wooldale
Alan Donkersley s 30 Blind Wooldale
Job Hinchliffe 9 scholar Wooldale
Thomas Ellis M 66 weaver Wooldale
John Balysforth 12 scholar Slaithwaite
Thomas Mellor 18 scholar Wooldale
John Booth s 61 burler Wooldale
Henry Moorhouse 15 scholar Golcar
Edward Gilroy s 74 labourer Ireland
George Brooke M 74 labourer skelmanthorpe
John Greaves M 74 weaver Wooldale
Daniel Ruddy s 55 labourer Ireland
Mary harrison s 27 servant Doncaster
Maria Taylor s 29 servant Holme
Charles Halstead s 31 finisher Huddersfield
Luke Barley s Idiot 32 white smith Huddersfield
George Laycock Widow 81 finisher Huddersfield
James Boyd s Idiot 32 Huddersfield