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101 1881:

POSSIBLY this family:

Boothfold, Newchurch, LAN (same area as the other Robert moved to)

Henry WALLS 54 Man servant b Norfolk
Maria WALLS 50 Housekeeper b Norfolk
Robert WALLS 21 Cotton mule spinner b Norfolk
Harry WALLS 19 Cotton Blower b Norfolk 
WALLS, Henry (I1273)
 
102 1881:
Shown as Abel's sister in law. Was she the mother of William in same household? Listed as 'unmarried' 
ROBINSON, Ann (I692)
 
103 1882 - Grave contains John WHITELEY, wife Ruth & dau Mary MITCHELL WALKER, Ruth (I47)
 
104 1891 POSSIBLY married to Maria E, b c1870, Sacristory, DUR. With 2 children Mary A 2, & William 6m. WALKER, William (I862)
 
105 1891

POSSIBLY John had re-married an Elizabeth, living at 8 Crown Street, Elland. No occupation, Elizabeth was 20 years younger.

1903 - Grave contains John, wife Ruth & dau Mary MITCHELL. John listed as owner of the grave. 
WHITELEY, John (I46)
 
106 1891 - house had 3 rooms
William was employed in 1891
 
HEWITT, William (I231)
 
107 1891 census is VERY bad - pob looks like 'Suffolk, Norwich'
2 other people in household as well as Samuel and wife - appears to be a lodger and a visitor 
RUSHBROOK, Samuel (I447)
 
108 1891:
Also in household was Herbert J GLENNIE (grandson), 1 boarder - Joseph ASH, & 1 visitor - Mary E OFFARD, 9, b Kilburn, LND 
GLENNIE, William (I1301)
 
109 1891: Shown as 'married' but husband not isted -?-, Harriet (I730)
 
110 1891: Unsure if Annie is daughter or grand daughter of Abel WILMERSON, Annie W (I695)
 
111 1891: Unsure if William is daughter or grand daughter of Abel

1901: Living with Rose's parents 
WILMERSON, William (I691)
 
112 1891: Also lodger LANCASTER, George Edward (I679)
 
113 1891: Also lodger LANCASTER, Sarah Ann (I678)
 
114 1891: Living with parents WILMERSON, Clara Elizabeth (I727)
 
115 1901

No other trace of Henry BRUDENELL, either 1891 census or FreeBMD (Jul 08). Why would a grandchild have the surname of BRUDENELL (Ann's maiden name)?

1) Did Ann have an illegitimate child prior to marriag and this child had another
illegitimate child?
2) Was Henry not a grandson but some other relation?

No BRUDENELL/MANTON marriage shown (apart from John & Ann) - Jul 08 
MANTON, John (I1074)
 
116 1901

No other trace of Henry BRUDENELL, either 1891 census or FreeBMD (Jul 08). Why would a grandchild have the surname of BRUDENELL (Ann's maiden name)?

1) Did Ann have an illegitimate child prior to marriage and this child had another illegitimate child?
2) Was Henry not a grandson but some other relation?

No BRUDENELL/MANTON marriage shown (apart from John & Ann) - Jul 08 
BRUDENELL, Ann (I167)
 
117 1901:
POSSIBLE entry (stated age 4 years younger than this William)

William BRUDENELL, b c1875, Warmington NTH, Ironmoulderer's labourer
Sarah E BRUDENELL, b c1874, Pouster?? DBY
Florence M BRUDENELL, b c1900, Ironville, DBY
+ 2 lodgers 
BRUDENELL, William H? (I970)
 
118 1901: servant with William & Eliza AUSTEY?, confectioner and greengrocer WILMERSON, Alice Maria? (I749)
 
119 1901: Servant with William GARROD, farmer & family WILMERSON, Kate (I741)
 
120 1901: Boarder in household of uncle & aunt James & Ruth WHITELEY (b c1845 & c1847) and their children Mary & Mary A (daughters)
 
WHITELEY, Emma (I838)
 
121 1901: Living with grandparents - not able to identify parents WILMERSON, George (I756)
 
122 1901: Living with Rose's parents LEMINGTON?, Rose A (I696)
 
123 1911: also in household were his stepson & 2 boarders BRUDENELL, Charlie (I1007)
 
124 1914
CHURCH - Probably St Mark's church, Longwood. However there was a parish of St Mark's, created 1888 from Huddersfield St Peter's. Abolished 1928. (from National Index of Parish Registers) 
WHITELEY, Thomas Arthur (I813)
 
125 1921 - Both parents born in Ireland TAKEN, Thomas (I253)
 
126 1924 - Address was below rectory - was this Stocks Yard? Also in household were James CROWTHER (son?) & Jimmy SLACKE (+ presumably his wife Susannah - prior to full emancipation)

1924 - Electoral Register voting qualification shows O which is occupational qualification - did Mary run a shop?

1936 - Mary was buried in the existing grave of her parents, not with her husband. 
WHITELEY, Mary (I38)
 
127 1935 - Grave contains Hartley WHITELEY, wife Mary Ann & dau Sarah Jane & her husband
 
WHITELEY, Sarah J (I63)
 
128 1939 - 4 entries redacted (only 2 elder children??)
 
BRUDENELL, Arthur Joseph (I1678)
 
129 1939 - also in household was Margaret's father, Frederick ADAMSON
 
ADAMSON, Margaret H (I1565)
 
130 1939 - dob shown as 10 May 1874
 
BRUDENELL, Harry Joseph (I1006)
 
131 1939 - Living with parents, no sign of wife Dorothy
1939 - Living with wife Dorothy

Were there 2 electoral Registers this year??

dob given as 24 May 1913 on 1939 Register 
MITCHELL, Harold (I3)
 
132 1939 - redacted
 
BRUDENELL, Ralph (I1681)
 
133 1939 living with brother Edwin
 
BRUDENELL, Ethel Jane (I1267)
 
134 1939 redacted
 
BRUDENELL, Maureen B (I1682)
 
135 1939: Also in household was Ethel J BRUNDENELL & 1 redacted entry.
Gives dob as 1885
.

FreeBMD gives another 2 children from a BRUDENELL=MARKHAM marriage BUT 20 year's gap. Can't find another such marriage:

Leonard E BRUDENLL, b1934 Middlesbrough Reg Dis & Patricia R BRUDENELL. b 1935, Guisbro 
BRUDENELL, Edwin Alfred (I1269)
 
136 1951 - Grave contains Hartley WHITELEY, wife Mary Ann & dau Sarah Jane & her husband MILNER, John William (I1660)
 
137 2 John STAFFORDs registered at Portsea 1864/5:

John Stafford STAFFORD Q1 1864
John Dyer STAFFORD Q1 1865

unable to identify which is which 
STAFFORD, John (I1161)
 
138 4 rooms CODD, John William (I948)
 
139 7th Earl of Cardigan BRUDENELL, James Thomas (I269)
 
140 93 Huddersfield Road, Elland - back to backs, this house was at the back, not fronting onto Huddersfield Road. Most likely to be on the site of Crossley's Garage. TAKEN, Dorothy Mildred (I4)
 
141 A Sarah MATON (unsure if it was THIS Sarah0 was a witness at the marriage of George JARVIS, 19 July 1813. MANTON, Sarah (I143)
 
142 According to John KEMP, ... DAWSON was killed early in WW1
 
DAWSON, John Henry (I335)
 
143 ADDRESS is a PROBABILITY MITCHELL, Phyllis (I27)
 
144 After 1871 no trace of George CODD. However, there is a Geroge FINES listed on further census returns. Did George revert to his registered birth name? Probably WASN'T the son of David.

1881:
George = Isabel J, Ironstone miner.
8 Hewley? Street, Eston
Age & pob same as George CODD

1891:
George = Mary J, Insurance agent.
52 Jubilee Road, Eston
Age & pob same as George CODD

1901:
George = Sarah J, Boiler cleaner at steel works
89 High Street, Eston
Age & pob same as George CODD

Marriages:

1879, Q3, Middlesbrough, Mary Jane CLOSE OR Martha Rebecca
1899, Q2, Guisborough, Sarah Jane GRASAN OR Eleanor Lucy ANDREW 
CODD, George Fines (I944)
 
145 Ag lab BRUDENELL, Joseph Berry (I153)
 
146 Age a little suspect TAKEN, Elizabeth (I233)
 
147 Alice gave her age as 18, when she was 16 and Lewis gave his age as 20, when he was 18 Family F127
 
148 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. COOK, A. (I328)
 
149 Alice K or Alice E?
b q3 1919, d q4 1920 - same q as her father 
TAKEN, Alice K (I252)
 
150 All references dependant upon verifying that the John BIRCHAM,father of Alice Maud Mary is correct

Cley bapt PRs checked (1780 - 1807) for Ann TAYLOR, but not found. 
TAYLOR, Ann (I437)
 

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