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Miller, Simon (*1824 - ) - male
b. in Connecticut, U.S.A.

spouse: Lawton, Ann (~1828 - )
Millns, Betty (Mills) (~1798 - 1846) - female
b. Abt 1798 in Mill Croft, Grange, Castleshaw, Delph.
d. 02 MAY 1846 in Platt Hill, Dobcross, Saddleworth.
Sister of batchelor John Mills (Wollen Manufacturer) of Millcroft, Castleshaw. Benjamin Lawton of Dobcross in the Chapelry - Batchelor, and Betty Millns of Millcroft in this Chapelry - Spinster - By Licence on the 4th May 1823

Occupation -
Housewife

Burial - [date: 07 MAY 1846] [place: Dobcross, Holy Trinity Church, Saddleworth.]

Census - [date: 1841] [place: Platt Hill, Dobcross, Saddleworth.]

Death Note

Lancashire Death indexes for the years: 1846 - LAWTON Betty - Died aged 49 - @ Uppermill, Saddleworth - Oldham - 1846-UPP/3/76
spouse: Lawton, Benjamin (~1791 - 1842)
- m. 04 MAY 1823 in Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.

----------child: Lawton, Mary (~1825 - )
----------child: Lawton, Elizabeth (~1826 - 1843)
----------child: Lawton, Sarah (~1828 - )
----------child: Lawton, Joseph (~1829 - 1871)
----------child: Lawton, Mary Ann (~1829 - )
----------child: Lawton, Anne (~1831 - 1850)
----------child: Lawton, Martha (~1832 - )
----------child: Lawton, Eliza (~1835 - )
Mills, Eliza Ann (~1870 - ) - female
b. Abt 1870 in Mossley, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.

father: Mills, John (~1853 - )
mother: Lawton, Lucy (1842 - 1894)

Occupation -
Cotton Speed Tenter

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: Barkwell Lane, Mossley Cross, Hartshead, Lancashire.]


Mills, Harriet (~1816 - 1898) - female
b. Abt 1816 in Rochdale or Saddleworth or Mossley
d. 25 JAN 1898 in Toll Bar House, Wade Lock, Uppermill.
1841 - ID: 4913 - Aged 24 at Uppermill/62 1861 - Aged 44 at British Queen Beerhouse, Wade Lock, Uppermill. 1881 - Aged 65 at Holehouse, with dght Eliza (Holden) & William Holden.

Occupation -
Innkeepers Wife

Burial - [date: 28 JAN 1898] [place: St. Chad's Saddleworth Churchyard.]

Census - [date: 1861 CENSUS] [place: British Queen Beerhouse at Uppermill.,]

Census - [date: 1851 CENSUS] [place: High St., Uppermill, Saddleworth.]

spouse: Bradbury, Giles (~1814 - 1901)
- m. Abt 1836 in St. Chad's Parish Church, Rochdale, Lancashire.

----------child: Bradbury, John (~1837 - 1865)
----------child: Bradbury, Esther (~1839 - )
----------child: Bradbury, William (~1840 - )
----------child: Bradbury, Sophia Mills (1843 - 1927)
----------child: Bradbury, Joseph Mills (~1846 - 1847)
----------child: Bradbury, Joseph Mills (~1847 - )
----------child: Bradbury, Thomas Mills (~1850 - )
----------child: Bradbury, Elizabeth (~1852 - )
----------child: Bradbury, Eliza (~1854 - )
----------child: Bradbury, Mary Ann (~1857 - )
Mills, Harry (~1910 - ) - male
b. Abt 1910 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

spouse: Lawton, Lizzie (~1913 - )
- m. 1933 in Millgate Methodist Chapel, Delph.

Mar. License - [date: 1933-AP304/5/24] [place: Oldham BMD Registry Office.]


Mills, James (~1871 - ) - male
b. Abt 1871 in Barkwell Lane, Mossley Cross, Hartshead, Lancashire.

father: Mills, John (~1853 - )
mother: Lawton, Lucy (1842 - 1894)
1881 - Aged 11 living with Aunt Alice Lawton at Barkwell Lane, Mossley Cross.

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: Barkwell Lane, Mossley Cross, Hartshead, Lancashire.]

1881 England Census
about Alice Lawton
Name: Alice Lawton
Age: 40
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1841
Relation: Head
Gender: Female
Where born: Bottoms, Cheshire, England


Civil Parish: Ashton Under Lyne
County/Island: Lancashire
Country: England


Street address: Bark Well
Education:


Employment status: View Image
Occupation: Cotton Reeler


Registration district: Ashton Under Lyne
Sub registration district: Hartshead
ED, institution, or vessel: 14
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members: Name Age
Alice Lawton 40
James Mills 11


Mills, John (~1853 - ) - male
b. Abt 1853 in Lees, Nr. Oldham, Lancashire.
1881 - Age 28 (Tin Plate Worker) at Barkwell, Mossley Cross. Probabley a Widower with two children who re-married to Lucy Lawton in 1873,

Occupation -
Master Tin Plate Worker

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: Barkwell Lane, Mossley Cross, Hartshead, Lancashire.]

spouse: Lawton, Lucy (1842 - 1894)
- m. APR_JUN 1863 in St. Michael's Church, Ashton-under-Lyne.

Mar. License - [date: APR_JUN 1863] [place: 1873-CE4/16/150 - Tameside]

Marriage Note

Cheshire Marriage indexes for the years: 1861 to 1865


LAWTON Lucy - Married - MILLS John @ Ashton under Lyne, St Michael's - Tameside - 1863-CE4/16/150

----------child: Mills, Mary A (~1867 - )
----------child: Mills, Eliza Ann (~1870 - )
----------child: Mills, James (~1871 - )
----------child: Mills, Ralph Lawton (~1874 - )
----------child: Mills, Lawton (~1876 - )
Mills, Joseph (~1703 - ) - male
b. Abt 1703 in Rochdale Parish

spouse: Lawton, Ann (~1705 - )
- m. 22 JUL 1725 in Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.

Mills, Lawton (~1876 - ) - male
b. Abt 1876 in Barkwell Lane, Mossley Cross, Hartshead, Lancashire.

father: Mills, John (~1853 - )
mother: Lawton, Lucy (1842 - 1894)
Son of John Mills & Lucy (Lawton) Mills of Barkwell

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: Barkwell Lane, Mossley Cross, Hartshead, Lancashire.]


Mills, Mary A (~1867 - ) - female
b. Abt 1867 in Mossley, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.

father: Mills, John (~1853 - )
mother: Lawton, Lucy (1842 - 1894)

Occupation -
Cotton Speed Tenter

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: Barkwell Lane, Mossley Cross, Hartshead, Lancashire.]


Mills, Mary H (~1903 - ) - female
b. Abt 1903 in Greenfield, Saddleworth, Yorkshire.
LAWTON Ben& MILLS Mary H at Greenfield, St. Mary - 1923-CE220/3/26
spouse: Lawton, Ben (~1900 - )
- m. Abt 1925 in St. Mary's Church, Greenfield.

Mar. License - [date: 1925-CE220/3/26] [place: Oldham BMD Registry Office.]


Mills, Ralph Lawton (~1874 - ) - male
b. Abt 1874 in Mossley, Hartshead, Lancashire.

father: Mills, John (~1853 - )
mother: Lawton, Lucy (1842 - 1894)
Son of John Mills & Lucy (Lawton) Mills of Barkwell

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: Not found in 1881 Census]


Mills, Sarah (Milnes) (~1700 - ) - female
b. Abt 1700 in Thornes, Diggle, Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

spouse: Lawton, Josiah (1694 - 1779)
- m. Abt 1719 in Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.

----------child: Lawton, Mary (1720 - <1723)
----------child: Lawton, Mary (1724 - )
----------child: Lawton, Jonathon (1726 - 1795)
----------child: Lawton, Sarah (~1728 - )
----------child: Lawton, Anne (1731 - b1751)
----------child: Gatehead, Josiah Lawton Jnr. of (~1736 - )
----------child: Lawton, Joseph (1738 - 1828)
----------child: Lawton, James (1743 - )
Milne, Richard Lawton of Walker (~1595 - ~1670) - male
b. Abt 1595 in Walker Millne (Walk Mill) Dobcross.
d. Abt 1670 in Walker Millne, Dobcross, Saddleworth

father: Elder), John Lawton (The (~1567 - )
mother: Lawton, Anna ? (*1564 - )
Last Will & Testament of Richard LAWTON signed 21st March 1669 and proved 16th November 1672 - Witnesses: James Haselgreave & John Whitehead


History


Dobcross is located at an ancient crossing point of the River Tame which was formerly used by trans-Pennine packhorses as they travelled east from Lancashire into Yorkshire. - At this crossing point of the River Tame lies the site of Walk Mill, which derives its name from the way the wool was 'walked' or trodden to 'full' the cloth before the introduction of mechanical stocks by which the cloth was beaten with fulling hammers to felt and thicken it. Probably the earliest fulling mill in Saddleworth, Walk Mill would have been a common meeting place for the local clothiers. - Beginning with Richard, the Lawton family ran the mill from at least the late 16th century, if not earlier, and their later wealth in buildings, land and money probably came from the monopoly held by the fulling mill in finishing locally made cloth. The size of the business can be estimated in that by 1792, Saddleworth saw the production of 36,637 cloth pieces, each priced at 7 each. A total of 1,480,000 lbs of wool had been used in their manufacture. From wool to the innkeeping business, the Lawton family continued to be a prominent family in Dobcross through to the early 19th century.

Occupation -
Woollen Cloth Fuller & Woollen Fulling Mill Owner

Residence - [date: Abt 1670] [place: Walk Mill, Dobcross, Saddleworth.]

Burial - [place: Unknown]

Probate - [date: 16 NOV 1672] [place: Walk Mill, Dobcross, Saddleworth.]

Will - [date: 21 MAR 1669] [place: Walk Mill, Dobcross, Saddleworth.]

196. RICHARD LAWTON OF WALKER MILLNE IN SADLEWORTH, FULLER 1672
Will: 21st March 1669 Inventory: None Probate: 16th November 1672
(LRO: WCW Infra 1672)


In the name of God Amen the Twenty First day of March Anno Domini 1669 And in the Twenty second yeare of the Reigne of our Soveraigne Lord Charles the second by the grace of God Kinge of England Scotland France and Ireland defender of the faith &c I Richard Lawton of Walker Millne in Saddleworth in the County of yorke Fuller beinge growne Aged and infirme in body but of sound and perfect memory praise bee given to Allmighty God for the same and knowinge the uncertainty of this life on earth and beeing desirous to settle things in Order doe make this my last will and Teastement in manner and forme Followinge, First and principally I Committ and most humbly Commend my Soule into the hands of Allmighty God my Creator Assuredly believing I shall receive full pardon and free remission of all my sins and bee saved by the precious death and merritts of my blessed Savio: and only redeemer Christ Jesus, And my body to the earth from whence it was taken to bee buried in such decent and Christian manner as to my Executors hereafter named and my Friends shall be thought meet and Convenient, And as touching such temporall estate as the lord in mercy hath lent mee my will and minde is the same shallbee ymployed and bestowed as heerein heereafter by this my last will is declared and expressed, And first my will is that all my debts Funerall expenses probate of this my will and exhibbitting an Inventorie bee paid and discharged out of my whole goods, And then I doe take and reserve one Equall Third part of all my goods Chattells and debts to mee oweing, unto myselfe, And the other twoe parts soe to bee devided from my said third part I doe heereby give devise and bequeath the same as Followeth, First I doe give and bequeath unto my twoe sonnes RICHARD LAWTON and JOHN LAWTON either of them Tenne shillinge thereof They having beene formerly preferred by mee, Allso: I doe give unto my sonne GEORGE LAWTON One shilling hee likewise having beene formerly preferred by mee, And all the rest residue and remainder thereof to Witt of the said Twoe parts of goods Chattells and debts soe to bee devided from my owne Third part I doe heereby give and bequeath the same unto JAMES LAWTON, ROBERT LAWTON, JOSEPH LAWTON and MARY LAWTON my sonnes and daughter Equally to bee devided amongst them, And for my owne Third part of my said goods Chattels and debts before heerein and heereby taken and reserved to my selfe my will and minde is and I doe heereby give devise and bequeath the same and every part and parcell thereof unto ROBERT LAWTON my sonne and MARY LAWTON my daughter Equally to bee devided between them, And I doe heereby nominate Ordeyn and make the said ROBERT LAWTON and MARY LAWTON my sonne and daughter my true and lawfull executors hoping they will execute this my last will and Teastement; accordinge to the tenor thereof as my trust is reposed in them And Lastlie I renounce revoake and make void all former and other will and wills whatsoever by mee heeretofore made and doe publish and declare this to bee my last Will and Teastement in manner and forme as is before heerein expressed In Testimonie whereof I the said Richard Lawton have heereunto sett my hand and seale the day and yeare First above written:


Richard Lawton
his marke


Sealed Signed published and declared to bee the last will and
Teastement of the above mentioned Richard Lawton In the
presence and wittnesse of


James Haslegreave his marke
John Whithead


[Endorsed on spine of document]
Richard Lawton of Saddleworth will proved 16 November 1672.

Richard Lawton of Walker (~1595 - ~1670) - male
b. Abt 1595 in Walker Millne (Walk Mill) Dobcross.
d. Abt 1670 in Walker Millne, Dobcross, Saddleworth


Last Will & Testament of Richard LAWTON signed 21st March 1669 and proved 16th November 1672 - Witnesses: James Haselgreave & John Whitehead
Occupation - Woollen Cloth Fuller & Woollen Mill Owner


Residence - [date: Abt 1670] [place: Walk Mill, Dobcross, Saddleworth.]


Probate - [date: 16 NOV 1672] [place: Walk Mill, Dobcross, Saddleworth.]


Will - [date: 21 MAR 1669] [place: Walk Mill, Dobcross, Saddleworth.]


196. RICHARD LAWTON OF WALKER MILLNE IN SADLEWORTH, FULLER 1672
Will: 21st March 1669 Inventory: None Probate: 16th November 1672
(LRO: WCW Infra 1672)


In the name of God Amen the Twenty First day of March Anno Domini 1669 And in the Twenty second yeare of the Reigne of our Soveraigne Lord Charles the second by the grace of God Kinge of England Scotland France and Ireland defender of the faith &c I Richard Lawton of Walker Millne in Saddleworth in the County of yorke Fuller beinge growne Aged and infirme in body but of sound and perfect memory praise bee given to Allmighty God for the same and knowinge the uncertainty of this life on earth and beeing desirous to settle things in Order doe make this my last will and Teastement in manner and forme Followinge, First and principally I Committ and most humbly Commend my Soule into the hands of Allmighty God my Creator Assuredly believing I shall receive full pardon and free remission of all my sins and bee saved by the precious death and merritts of my blessed Savio: and only redeemer Christ Jesus, And my body to the earth from whence it was taken to bee buried in such decent and Christian manner as to my Executors hereafter named and my Friends shall be thought meet and Convenient, And as touching such temporall estate as the lord in mercy hath lent mee my will and minde is the same shallbee ymployed and bestowed as heerein heereafter by this my last will is declared and expressed, And first my will is that all my debts Funerall expenses probate of this my will and exhibbitting an Inventorie bee paid and discharged out of my whole goods, And then I doe take and reserve one Equall Third part of all my goods Chattells and debts to mee oweing, unto myselfe, And the other twoe parts soe to bee devided from my said third part I doe heereby give devise and bequeath the same as Followeth, First I doe give and bequeath unto my twoe sonnes RICHARD LAWTON and JOHN LAWTON either of them Tenne shillinge thereof They having beene formerly preferred by mee, Allso: I doe give unto my sonne GEORGE LAWTON One shilling hee likewise having beene formerly preferred by mee, And all the rest residue and remainder thereof to Witt of the said Twoe parts of goods Chattells and debts soe to bee devided from my owne Third part I doe heereby give and bequeath the same unto JAMES LAWTON, ROBERT LAWTON, JOSEPH LAWTON and MARY LAWTON my sonnes and daughter Equally to bee devided amongst them, And for my owne Third part of my said goods Chattels and debts before heerein and heereby taken and reserved to my selfe my will and minde is and I doe heereby give devise and bequeath the same and every part and parcell thereof unto ROBERT LAWTON my sonne and MARY LAWTON my daughter Equally to bee devided between them, And I doe heereby nominate Ordeyn and make the said ROBERT LAWTON and MARY LAWTON my sonne and daughter my true and lawfull executors hoping they will execute this my last will and Teastement; accordinge to the tenor thereof as my trust is reposed in them And Lastlie I renounce revoake and make void all former and other will and wills whatsoever by mee heeretofore made and doe publish and declare this to bee my last Will and Teastement in manner and forme as is before heerein expressed In Testimonie whereof I the said Richard Lawton have heereunto sett my hand and seale the day and yeare First above written:


Richard Lawton
his marke


Sealed Signed published and declared to bee the last will and
Teastement of the above mentioned Richard Lawton In the
presence and wittnesse of


James Haslegreave his marke
John Whithead


[Endorsed on spine of document]
Richard Lawton of Saddleworth will proved 16 November 1672.

spouse: Lawton, Mrs. Richard (~1600 - )
- m. Abt 1620 in Saddleworth

----------child: Lawton, George (~1620 - ~1686)
----------child: Lawton, John (~1630 - )
----------child: Lawton, Robert (~1635 - ~1674)
----------child: Lawton, James (~1638 - )
----------child: Lawton, Richard (~1648 - ~1678)
----------child: Lawton, Joseph (~1648 - )
----------child: Lawton, Mary (~1650 - )
Milnes, Ann (~1745 - ) - female
b. Abt 1745 in Mottram-in-Longdendale. Cheshire.

spouse: Lawton, Robert (~1744 - )
- m. 14 SEP 1769 in St. Michael's Parish Church, Mottram.

----------child: Lawton, Mary (~1770 - )
----------child: Lawton, Ann (~1775 - )
----------child: Lawton, Nancy (~1777 - )
----------child: Lawton, Esther (~1782 - )
Milns, James (~1830 - ) - male
b. Abt 1830 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

spouse: Lawton, Esther (Rhodes) (~1832 - )
- m. Abt 1852 in St.Thomas (Heights) Church. Friarmere.

Mar. License - [date: 1852-CE217/1/07] [place: Oldham BMD Registry Office.]


Misery, James Lawton of Mount (1815 - ) - male
b. OCT_DEC 1815 in Mount Misery, Warlow Clough, Lane Head, Friezland.

father: Lawton, John (~1786 - )
mother: Lawton, Alice (Hulley) (~1789 - )
Son of John Lawton & Alice Lees pf Mount Misery, Lanehead, Friezland.

Baptism - [date: 02 OCT 1815] [place: Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.]

Baptism date confirmed by SHSFHG 2006 transcripts of St. Chad's Baptism Records.

JAMES LAWTON - Male
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Birth:
Christening: 02 OCT 1815 Saddleworth, Yorkshire, England
Death:
Burial:
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Parents: Father: JOHN LAWTON - Mother: ALICE
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Source Information: IGI Baptism Batch Number: 9018083 - Sheet: 19 - Source Call No.: 1553797 Type: Film

Census - [date: 1841] [place: ? - Age 26]

Census - [date: 1851] [place: ? - Age 36]

spouse: Lawton, Ann ? (1826 - )
Mitchell, Cyril P (~1898 - ) - male
b. Abt 1898 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

spouse: Lawton, Ethel (~1900 - )
- m. 1920 in Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.

Mar. License - [date: CE243/7/199] [place: Oldham BMD Registry Office.]


Mitchell, John (~1807 - ) - male
b. Abt 1807 in Mottram & Districts

spouse: Lawton, Mary Ann (~1811 - )
- m. 30 DEC 1831 in St. Michael's Parish Church, Mottram.

Marriage Note

This marriage is obviously incorrect and I have the wrong Mary Ann Lawton

Monks, Catherine (Lamb) (~1869 - 1952) - female
b. Abt 1869 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.
d. 16 MAY 1952 in 10 Anthony Street, Mossley.
Married Widow - Catherine Monks (Nee: Lamb)

Burial - [date: 21 MAY 1952] [place: St. Chad's Saddleworth Churchyard.]

spouse: Lamb, Joseph (~1865 - <1915)
- m. Abt 1894 in Christ Church, Friezland

spouse: Lawton, Ralph Thomas (1861 - 1952)
- m. 1915 in St. Mary's Church, Greenfield.

Mar. License - [date: 1915-CE220/2/40] [place: Oldham BMD Registry Office.]

Marriage Note

Catharine was the second wife of Ralph Thomas LAWTON. She was Catharine MONKS previously married to Joseph LAMB at Christ Church, Friezland in 1894. She then married Ralph Thomas LAWTON in 1915 at St Mary's Church, Greenfield

Moore, Abraham (~1858 - ) - male
b. Abt 1858 in Almondbury, York, England
Son of James & Eliza Moore of Almondbury

Occupation -
Woollen Finisher

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: Grove Bldgs, Saddleworth]

spouse: Lawton, Jane (1864 - )
- m. 09 APR 1890 in Dobcross, Holy Trinity Church, Saddleworth.

----------child: Moore, Eveline (1891 - 1938)
----------child: Moore, Hilda (1892 - )
----------child: Moore, Gladys (1895 - )
----------child: Moore, James Wordsworth (1897 - 1897)
----------child: Moore, Harold Lawton (1899 - 1973)
Moore, Caroline (~1838 - ) - female
b. Abt 1838 in Mirfield, Yorkshire.
Widow of Luther Lawton re-married to in 1877 Lawton Caroline 1876, (Apr_Jun) Oldham, 8d/883 Lester Robert Oldham 8d 883

Census - [date: 1861] [place: Fir Tree Farm, Fitton Hill, Knott Lanes, Bardsley, Ashton.]

Census - [date: 1871] [place: Fir Tree Farm, Fitton Hill, Knott Lanes, Ashton.]

Census - [date: 1881] [place: Wellington St. Ashton-under-Lyne. Lancs.]

spouse: Lawton, Luther (~1834 - <1877)
- m. Abt 1858 in Newton, Cheshire.

----------child: Lawton, Mary Jane (1860 - )
----------child: Lawton, Edwin (1861 - ~1910)
----------child: Lawton, Elijah (~1863 - 1940)
----------child: (Lester), William Lawton (1865 - 1932)
----------child: (Lester), Benjamin Lawton (1867 - 1884)
----------child: (Lester), Ann Lawton (~1870 - )
----------child: (Lester), Elizabeth Lawton (1871 - )
----------child: (Lester), Daniel Lawton (1874 - ~1948)
spouse: Lester, Robert (~1840 - )
- m. APR_JUN 1876 in Oldham, Lancs;

----------child: Lester, Joseph (~1862 - )
----------child: Lester, James (~1866 - )
----------child: Lester, Sarah A (~1872 - )
----------child: Lester, Evan (Elvin) (~1879 - )
----------child: Lester, Alice (~1880 - )
Moore, D. (~1885 - ) - male
b. Abt 1885 in Mossley, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.

spouse: Lawton, Sarah Ann (~1875 - )
- m. Abt 1904 in Mossley, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.

----------child: Moore, Frank Ivan (~1905 - 1912)
----------child: Moore, Harry (1910 - 1912)
Moore, Eveline (1891 - 1938) - female
b. 15 JUL 1891 in Sugar Lane, Dobcross, Saddleworth.
d. 08 APR 1938 in Dobcross, Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

father: Moore, Abraham (~1858 - )
mother: Lawton, Jane (1864 - )
Died a Spinster (Unmarried) without issue.

Occupation -
Spinster

Burial - [date: 12 APR 1938]


Moore, Frank Ivan (~1905 - 1912) - male
b. Abt 1905 in Mossley, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.
d. 05 JUL 1912 in Mossley, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.

father: Moore, D. (~1885 - )
mother: Lawton, Sarah Ann (~1875 - )

Burial - [date: 08 JUL 1912] [place: Mossley Cemetery, Mossley, Lancashire.]


Moore, Gladys (1895 - ) - female
b. 14 MAR 1895 in Sugar Lane, Dobcross, Saddleworth.

father: Moore, Abraham (~1858 - )
mother: Lawton, Jane (1864 - )
Married a 'John Smith' but no issue from marriage.

Census - [place: 64 Rosegrove Lane, Rosegrove, Burnley.]


Moore, Harold Lawton (1899 - 1973) - male
b. 07 APR 1899 in Dobcross, Saddleworth, Yorkshire.
d. 05 NOV 1973

father: Moore, Abraham (~1858 - )
mother: Lawton, Jane (1864 - )
Married 'Jane Kenworthy Buckley' daughter of the licencee of the 'Waggon & Horses' Inn, Uppermill, on 1st January 1927. Jane was born at No.8 Platt Street, Springhead on 21st November 1902.

Burial - [date: 09 NOV 1973]

spouse: Buckley, Jane Kenworthy (1902 - 1962)
- m. 01 JAN 1927 in St. Chad's Parish Church, Uppermill, Saddleworth.

----------child: , Living (*1934 - )
Moore, Harry (1910 - 1912) - male
b. 01 SEP 1910 in Mossley, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.
d. 21 MAR 1912 in Mossley, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.

father: Moore, D. (~1885 - )
mother: Lawton, Sarah Ann (~1875 - )

Burial - [place: Mossley Cemetery, Mossley, Lancashire.]


Moore, Hilda (1892 - ) - female
b. 03 NOV 1892 in Sugar Lane, Dobcross, Saddleworth.

father: Moore, Abraham (~1858 - )
mother: Lawton, Jane (1864 - )
Married 'Maurice Buckley' & had two daughters, Dorothy & Audrey Buckley. Lived at No.5 Platt Lane in Dobcross.

Census - [place: 5 Platt Lane, Dobcross, Saddleworth]


Moore, James Wordsworth (1897 - 1897) - male
b. 10 JAN 1897 in Sugar Lane, Dobcross, Saddleworth.
d. 06 JUL 1897 in Dobcross, Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

father: Moore, Abraham (~1858 - )
mother: Lawton, Jane (1864 - )
Died aged 6 months at Dobcross

Burial - [date: 10 JUL 1897] [place: Dobcross, Holy Trinity Church, Saddleworth.]


Moorhouse, Albert Harrison (~1877 - ) - male
b. Abt 1877 in Scarisbrook New Road, Southport
Son of Sydney Moorhouse (Engineer)

Occupation -
Engineer

spouse: Lawton, Olive (~1875 - )
- m. 12 SEP 1899 in St. John the Baptist Church, Roughtown,

Moorhouse, Sarah (~1791 - 1853) - female
b. Abt 1791
d. 1853 in Stalybridge
A JAMES SAGER married SARAH SHAW at Manchester Cathedral in Jul_Sep 1837


A James Sager died @ Stockport in Oct_Dec 1844


Marriages Sep 1837 (>99%)
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SAGER James Manchester 20 325
SHAW Sarah Manchester 20 325


Lancashire Marriage indexes for the years: 1837


SAGER * James MOORHOUSE Sarah Manchester Collegiate Church (later Manchester Cathedral) Manchester CATH/1/307
SAGER * James SHAW Sarah Manchester Collegiate Church (later Manchester Cathedral) Manchester CATH/1/307


Widow Sarah Shaw was previously named Moorhouse


MOORHOUSE Sarah SAGER James Manchester Collegiate Church (later Manchester Cathedral) Manchester CATH/1/307
SAGER James MOORHOUSE Sarah Manchester Collegiate Church (later Manchester Cathedral) Manchester CATH/1/307
SAGER James SHAW Sarah Manchester Collegiate Church (later Manchester Cathedral) Manchester CATH/1/307
SHAW Sarah SAGER James Manchester Collegiate Church (later Manchester Cathedral) Manchester CATH/1/307

Occupation -
Proprietor of Houses

Census - [date: 1841] [place: Kenworthy Street, Stalybridge]

- on 1841 England Census about Sarah (Sager) Shaw - [1792-


Name: Sarah Sager - Age:50 - Estimated Birth Year: abt 1792 - Gender: Female - Spouse: James Sager - Where born: Cheshire, England


Civil Parish: Stockport - Hundred: Macclesfield - County: Cheshire - Country: England


Street address: Kenworthy Street, Castle Hall, Stalybridge


Registration district: Ashton under Lyne - Sub registration district: Dukinfield -


Household Members: Name Age
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James Sagar - Head - age 60 - Butcher
Sarah Sagar - Wife - age 50
Harriet Shaw - age - Step/Dau - age 15
Sally (Sarah) Shaw - Step/Dau - age 12
Thomas Shaw - Stap/Son - age age 8
James Shaw - Son - age 9 Months

Census - [date: 1851] [place: Kenworthy Street, Castle Hall, Stalybridge]

Death Note

Cheshire Death indexes for the years: 1853 - SAGAR Sarah - Died: aged 62 @ Dukinfield - Tameside - 1853-DUK/24/32
spouse: Shaw, Edward (~1791 - <1837)
----------child: Shaw, Harriet (~1826 - )
----------child: Shaw, Sarah (~1829 - )
----------child: Shaw, Thomas (~1833 - )
Moors, Thomas (~1790 - ) - male
b. Abt 1790 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

spouse: Lawton, Ann (~1792 - )
- m. 27 JAN 1811 in Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.

Marriage Note

ANN LAWTON
Female Family


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Event(s):
Birth:
Christening:
Death:
Burial:


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Marriages:
Spouse: THOMAS MOORS Family
Marriage: 27 JAN 1811 Saddleworth, Yorkshire, England


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Messages:
Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.


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Source Information:
Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Type:


M135338


Morris, Emily (~1879 - 1936) - female
b. Abt 1879 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.
d. 22 JUN 1936 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

Burial - [date: 26 JUL 1936] [place: New Graveyard, St. Chad's Saddleworth Church, Uppermill.]

spouse: Holden, Albert (~1873 - 1951)
- m. OCT_DEC 1902 in Ashton & District, Lancs;

Morris, John (~1865 - ) - male
b. Abt 1865 in Ashton & District, Lancs;

spouse: Lawton, Mary Alice (~1869 - 1928)
- m. OCT_DEC 1896 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

Morris, Thomas (~1790 - ) - male
b. Abt 1790 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

spouse: Lawton, Ann (~1790 - )
- m. 11 JAN 1811 in Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.

Mort, Hannah (~1841 - ) - female
b. Abt 1841 in Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.

Occupation -
Housewife

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: Gorsey Bank. Lees Road. Mossley. Yorks;]

spouse: Lawton, James Frederick Clegg (~1840 - )
- m. Abt 1865 in St. Michael's Church, Ashton-under-Lyne.

----------child: Lawton, Thomas (~1867 - )
----------child: Lawton, William (~1869 - )
----------child: Lawton, Frederick (1871 - )
----------child: Lawton, Sarah (~1876 - )
----------child: Lawton, Hannah (1878 - )
----------child: Lawton, Henry (1880 - )
Mort, Hannah (~1845 - ) - female
b. Abt 1845 in Ashton

spouse: Lawton, Frederick (1842 - )
- m. Abt 1864 in St. Michael's Church, Ashton-under-Lyne.

Mar. License - [date: 1864-CE4/17/166] [place: Tameside BMD Registry Office, Dukinfield, Cheshire.]


Morten, Elizabeth (~1823 - ) - female
b. Abt 1823 in Ashton & Districts

spouse: Lawton, Charles (~1820 - )
- m. 23 DEC 1844 in St. Michael's Church, Ashton-under-Lyne.

Mar. License - [date: 1844-CE4/4/116] [place: Tameside BMD Registry Office, Dukinfield, Cheshire.]


Moseley, Alice (~1852 - ) - female
b. Abt 1852 in Bottoms Fold, Micklehurst, Stayley, Cheshire.

father: Moseley, Charles (~1814 - 1871)
mother: Lawton, Margaret (1824 - 1902)

Census - [date: 1861] [place: No.2 Cheshire Street, Bottoms, Stayley, Cheshire]

Census - [date: 1871] [place: Cheshire Street, Bottoms, Micklehurst, Stayley, Cheshire.]

1871 - Aged 18 (Dressmaker) at Bottoms, Stayley,

Census - [date: 1881]

Birth Note

Cheshire Birth indexes for the years: 1852 - MOSELEY Alice - Born: Stayley Bottoms - Tameside - 1852-STY/6/19

Moseley, Charles (~1814 - 1871) - male
b. Abt 1814 in Wortley, Nr. Stocksbridge, West Riding of Yorkshire
d. APR_JUN 1871 in Bottoms, Stayley, Cheshire, England.
Several queries arise regarding this Charles Moseley - In the 1841 Census he is to be found lodging with Robert & Hannah Lawton @ a Public House on Huddersfield Road, Millbrook, Stayley, Cheshire. He apparently met and married Margaret Lawton and they married in 1849 but @ Wortley, Nr. Stocksbridge, West Yorkshire, which is rather strange as traditionally the marriage always took plce at the 'Bride's' Church of Worship. Question is 'Why would they travel all the way to Wortley, when they both lived in Stayley."?. Another question to be raised is: Was Margaret Lawton somehow related to the Robert & Hannah Lawton of Huddersfield Road.


1841 Census - Aged 30 (Joiner) Lodging with Robert & Hannah Lawton @ Public House on Huddersfield Road, Stayley, Cheshire.
1851 Census - Aged 37 (Joiner) at Bottoms, Micklehurst.

Occupation - [date: 1841-71]
Carpenter & Joiner

Burial - [date: APR_JUN 1871]

Census - [date: 1841] [place: Huddersfield Road, Millbrook, Stayley.]

1841 England Census
about Charles Mossley
Name: Charles Mossley
Age: 30
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1811
Gender: Male


Civil Parish: Mottram in Longden Dale
Hundred: Macclesfield
County/Island: Cheshire
Country: England


Street address:


Occupation: View Image


Registration district: Ashton under Lyne
Sub registration district: Stayley
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members: Name Age
Charles Mossley 30

Census - [date: 1851] [place: Bottoms, Stayley, Cheshire, England.]

1851 - Aged 37 (Joiner) at Bottoms, Stayley. Living with Father-in-Law ROBERT LAWTON (Cloth Manufacturer) Married to Margaret (Lawton) Moseley (26) - Also living in same household is Benjamin Buckley and wife Caroline (Lawton) Buckley with children John Buckley (5) and Alice Buckley (3)

- on 1851 England Census about Charles Mosely - [1814 -


Name: Charles Moseley - Age: 37 - Estimated Birth Year: abt 1814 - Relation: Son-in-Law - Gender: Male - Where born: Barnsley, Yorkshire, England


Civil Parish: Stayley - Ecclesiastical parish: Stayley - County: Cheshire - Country: England


Street address: Bottoms, Stayley, Cheshire.


Occupation: Carpenter & Joiner - Condition as to marriage: Married with child


Registration district: Ashton Under Lyne - Sub registration district: Mottram - ED: 2g - Household schedule number: 41


Household Members: Name Age
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Robert Lawton - Head - age 64 - Woollen Weaver
Caroline (Lawton) Buckley - Dau - age 29
Ben Buckley - Son-in-Law - age 29
Alice Buckley - G/Dau - age 3
John Buckley - G/Son - age 5
Charles Mosley - Son-in-Law - age 37
Margaret (Lawton) Mosley - Dau - age 26
Jane Carry - Lodger - age 38 - Domestic Servant

Census - [date: 1861] [place: Cheshire Street, Bottoms, Stayley, Cheshire.]

- on 1861 England Census about Charles Moseley - [1815-


Name: Charles Moseley - Age: 46 - Estimated Birth Year: abt 1815 - Relation: Head - Spouse's Name: Margaret - Gender: Male - Where born: Denby, Yorkshire, England


Civil Parish: Stayley - Ecclesiastical parish: St. Paul's, Stayley - County: Cheshire - Country: England


Street address: Cheshire Street, Bottoms, Stayley, Cheshire.


Occupation: Carpenter & Joiner - Condition as to marriage: Married


Registration district: Ashton Under Lyne - Sub registration district: Stalyey - ED: 8d - Household schedule number: 121


Household Members: Name Age
----------------------------------------------------------
Charles Moseley - Head - age 46 - Carpenter & Joiner - B: Barnsley, Yorkshire
Margaret (Lawton) Moseley - Wife - age 36 - B: Stayley, Cheshire
Alice Moseley - Dau - age 8 - B: Stayley, Cheshire.

Census - [date: 1871] [place: Bottoms, Micklehurst, Stayley, Cheshire.]

1871 - Aged 59 (Joiner & Carpenter) at Bottoms, Stayley, with wife Margaret (47) and daughter Alice (18)

- on 1871 England Census about Charles Moseley - [1812-


Name: Charles Moseley - Age: 59 - Estimated Birth Year: abt 1812 - Relation: Head - Spouse's Name: Margeret (Lawton) - Gender: Male - Where born: Barnsley, Yorkshire, England


Civil Parish: Stayley - Ecclesiastical parish: St. James's, Stayley - County: Cheshire - Country: England


Street address: Cheshire Street, Bottoms, Stayley, Cheshire.


Occupation: Carpenter & Joiner - Condition as to marriage: Married with one Daughter


Registration district: Ashton Under Lyne - Sub registration district: Stayley - ED: 8 - Household schedule number: 105


Household Members: Name Age
----------------------------------------------------


Charles Moseley - Head - age 59 - Carpenter & Joiner - B: Barnsley, Yorkshire
Margeret (Lawton) Moseley - Wife - age 47 - B: Stayley, Cheshire
Alice Moseley - Dau - age 18

Death Note

Cheshire Death indexes for the years: 1871 - MOSLEY Charles - Died: age 58 @ Stayley Bottoms - Tameside - 1871-STY/10/34
spouse: Lawton, Margaret (1824 - 1902)
- m. JAN_MAR 1849 in Wortley, Nr. Stocksbridge, West Riding of Yorkshire

----------child: Moseley, Alice (~1852 - )
Moss, Betty (~1803 - ) - female
b. Abt 1803 in Mottram Parish

father: Moss, Joseph (~1780 - )
mother: Rowley, Sarah (~1780 - )

Baptism - [date: 27 MAR 1803] [place: St. Michael's Church, Mottram-in-Longdendale. Cheshire.]

BETTY MOSS - Female
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Birth: Jan_Mar 1803 @ Mottram Parish
Christening: 27 MAR 1803 Mottram In Longdendale, Cheshire, England
Death:
Burial:
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Parents: Father: JOSEPH MOSS - Mother: SARAH
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Source Information: IGI Baptism Batch No.: C042932 1802 - 1807 0424860 Film 6906755 Film

Moss, Edward (~1833 - ) - male
b. Abt 1833 in Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.

spouse: Lawton, Alice (~1837 - )
- m. 09 MAR 1857 in St. Michael's Church, Ashton-under-Lyne.

Moss, Elizabeth (~1814 - ) - female
b. Abt 1814 in Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.

spouse: Lawton, Jonas (~1810 - )
- m. 26 JAN 1834 in St. Michael's Church, Ashton-under-Lyne.

----------child: Lawton, Mary Ann (~1836 - b1839)
Moss, James (~1806 - ) - male
b. Abt 1806 in Midge Hill, Roaches, Saddleworth.

father: Moss, Joseph (~1780 - )
mother: Rowley, Sarah (~1780 - )

Occupation -
Cotton Spinner

Census - [date: 1841] [place: Midge Hall/03, Roaches, Quick.]


Moss, Jane (~1821 - 1874) - female
b. Abt 1821 in Ashton, Lancashire.
d. JUL_SEP 1874 in Roughtown, Saddleworth

father: Moss, Joseph (~1780 - )
mother: Rowley, Sarah (~1780 - )
1851 Census - Aged 30 (Cotton Spinners Wife) at Quickedge - 1851 - A Hannah Shuttleworth (Niece) aged 12 living at Quickedge with family.
1861 Census - Aged 40 (Cotton Reeler) at Quickview, Mossley, Saddleworth.
1861 Census - An AMELIA HULLEY (Mother-in-Law) age 62 living with Samuel & Jane at Stockport New Road, Quick, Saddleworth.
1871 Census - Aged 50

Occupation -
Cotton Reeler

Burial - [date: JUL_SEP 1874] [place: Saddleworth]

Census - [date: 1841] [place: Midge Hill, Quick, Saddleworth.]

- on 1841 UK Census about Jane Moss - [1821-


Name: Jane Moss - Age: 20 - Estimated Birth Year: abt 1821 - Gender: Female - Where born: Yorkshire, England


Civil Parish: Rochdale - Hundred: Agbrigg (Upper Division) - County: Yorkshire - Country: England


Street address: Midge Hill, Quick, Saddleworth. - Occupation: -


Registration district: Saddleworth - Sub-registration district: Upper Mill -


Household Members: Name Age
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Joseph Moss - Head - age 60
Sarah Moss - Wife - age 60
Jane Moss - Dau - age 20
Joseph Moss - Son - age 20

Census - [date: 1851] [place: Quickedge, Lydgate, Saddleworth.]

Census - [date: 1861] [place: Quickview, Mossley, Saddleworth, Yorks;]

1861 - Aged 40 (Cotton Reeler) at Quick Edge, Roughtown, Mossley, Saddleworth

Census - [date: 1871] [place: Quick Edge Lane, Sandbed, Mossley, Saddleworth, Yorks;]

1871 - Aged 50 (Cotton Minders Wife) at Quickedge, Lydgate, Saddleworth.

Death Note

Lancashire Death indexes for the years: 1874 - LAWTON, Jane - Died: aged 53 @ Roughtown, Mossley - Uppermill, Saddleworth - Oldham - 1874-UPP/15/97
spouse: Lawton, Samuel (~1821 - 1879)
- m. 28 JUL 1844 in Manchester Cathedral. Manchester. Lancs;

Marriage Note

A Thomas Lawton (Warper) named as father of Groom on Marriage Certificate of Samuel, Could this be another brother of James, Joseph, & John Lawton of Shaws
----------child: Lawton, William Henry (1846 - 1899)
----------child: Lawton, Violet (1849 - 1851)
----------child: Lawton, Joseph (1852 - 1869)
----------child: Lawton, Sarah Jane (1855 - 1880)
----------child: Lawton, Albert (1859 - 1883)
Moss, John (~1810 - ) - male
b. Abt 1810 in Mossley

spouse: Lawton, Sarah (~1810 - )
- m. 25 DEC 1830 in Manchester Cathedral. Manchester. Lancs;

Marriage Note

SARAH LAWTON - Female
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Birth:
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
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Marriages: - Spouse: JOHN MOSS
Marriage: 25 DEC 1830 Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, England
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Source Information: IGI Marriage Batch No.: M005467 1826 0438195 Film 6900002 Film


M005467 1826 - 1828 0438194 Film NONE
M005467 1829 - 1831 0438194 Film NONE


Moss, John (~1833 - ) - male
b. Abt 1833 in Mossley, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.

Occupation -
Grocer

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: Seel Fold, Mossley.]


Moss, John (~1836 - ) - male
b. Abt 1836 in Mottram Parish

father: Moss, William (~1815 - 1858)
mother: Lawton, Sarah (~1815 - )

Occupation - [date: 1851]
Cotton Piecer

Census - [date: 1841] [place: ?]

Census - [date: 1851] [place: White Hart Inn, Stamford St, Mossley]

1851 - Single (Cotton Piecer) aged 15 at White Hart Inn, Stamford Street, Mossley Cross.

Census - [date: 1861] [place: ?]


Moss, John (~1845 - ) - male
b. Abt 1845 in Ashton & Districts

spouse: Lawton, Ellen (~1848 - )
- m. Abt 1868 in St. Michael's Church, Ashton-under-Lyne.

Mar. License - [date: CE4/19/19/335] [place: Tameside BMD Registry Office, Dukinfield, Cheshire.]


Moss, Joseph (~1780 - ) - male
b. Abt 1780 in Mottram, Cheshire.
1841 - Aged 60 (Independent) at Midge Hill, Roaches, Quick.

Occupation -
Independent Means

Census - [date: 1841] [place: Midge Hill, Roaches, Quick, Saddleworth]

1841 - ID: 1268 - Aged 60 (Independent) at Midge Hill, Roaches, Saddleworth.


Name: Joseph Moss - Age: 60 - Estimated Birth Year: abt 1781 - Gender: Male - Where born: Saddleworth, Yorkshire, England


Civil Parish: Rochdale - Hundred: Agbrigg (Upper Division) - County: Yorkshire - Country: England


Street address: Midge Hill, Quick, Saddleworth - Occupation: Carter


Registration district: Saddleworth - Sub-registration district: Upper Mill -


Household Members: Name Age
------------------------------------------------------------
Joseph Moss - Head - age 60 - Carter & Carrier - B: Saddleworth
Sarah Moss - Wife - age 60
Joseph Moss - Son - age 20
Jane Moss - Dau - age 18

spouse: Rowley, Sarah (~1780 - )
- m. 10 MAY 1802 in St. Michael's Parish Church, Mottram.

Marriage Note

1851 - Aged 42 (Carters Wife) at Mossley, Hartshead, Lancashire.

SARAH ROWLEY - Female
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Birth: Abt 1780 @ Saddleworth or Stayley
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
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Marriages: Spouse: JOSEPH MOSS - Marriage: 10 MAY 1802 Mottram In Longdendale, Cheshire, England
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Source Information: Marriage Batch No.: M042931 1559 - 1754 0424859 Film 6906776 Film
or M042931 1776 - 1805 0424961 Film NONE

----------child: Moss, Betty (~1803 - )
----------child: Moss, James (~1806 - )
----------child: Moss, Moses (~1808 - )
----------child: Moss, Mary (~1811 - 1843)
----------child: Moss, Joseph (~1818 - )
----------child: Moss, Jane (~1821 - 1874)
Moss, Joseph (~1805 - ) - male
b. Abt 1805 in Quick, Mossley, Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

spouse: Lawton, Mary Ann (~1808 - )
- m. 17 MAR 1828 in Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.

Moss, Joseph (~1818 - ) - male
b. Abt 1818 in Roaches, Quick, Saddleworth.

father: Moss, Joseph (~1780 - )
mother: Rowley, Sarah (~1780 - )
1841 - Aged 20 (Cotton Waste Dealer) at Midge Hill, Roaches, Quick.

Occupation -
Cotton Waste Dealer

Baptism - [date: 08 APR 1818] [place: Providence Independent, Dukinfield, Cheshire]

JOSEPH MOSS - Male
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Birth: Jan_Mar 1818 @ Stayley
Christening: About 08 APR 1818 Providence Independent, Dukinfield, Cheshire, England
Death:
Burial:
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Parents: Father: JOSEPH MOSS - Mother: SARAH
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Source Information: IGI Baptism Batch No.: C109531 1806 - 1837 0020047(RG4 180,181) Film 6906851 Film

Census - [date: 1841] [place: Midge Hill/02, Roaches, Mossley]

Census - [date: 1851] [place: John Mayall's Houses, Mossley, Lancashire]

1851 England Census
about Joseph Moss
Name: Joseph Moss
Age: 32
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1819
Relation: Son-in-law
Spouse's Name: Hannah
Gender: Male
Where born: Uppermill, Yorkshire, England


Civil Parish: Ashton Under Lyne
Ecclesiastical parish: Mossley St George
County/Island: Lancashire
Country: England


Street address:


Occupation:


Condition as to marriage:


Disability: View Image


Registration district: Ashton Under Lyne
Sub registration district: Hartshead
ED, institution, or vessel: 1h
Neighbors: View others on page
Household schedule number: 69
Household Members: Name Age
Ann Radcliffe 61
John Radcliffe 22
Eliza Ann Radcliffe 20
Joseph Moss - Son-in-Law - age 32 - Cotton Spinner
Hannah Moss - Dau - age 28
Edward Moss - Son - age 4
Sarah Ann Moss- Dau - age 2


Moss, Joseph (~1839 - ) - male
b. Abt 1839 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

father: Moss, Moses (~1808 - )
mother: Moss, Sarah ? (~1809 - )

Census - [date: 1851] [place: Mossley, Lancashire]

1851 England Census
about Joseph Moss
Name: Joseph Moss
Age: 12
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1839
Relation: Son
Father's Name: Moses
Mother's Name: Sarah
Gender: Male
Where born: Saddleworth, Yorkshire, England


Civil Parish: Ashton Under Lyne
Ecclesiastical parish: St George
County/Island: Lancashire
Country: England


Street address:


Occupation:


Condition as to marriage:


Disability: View Image


Registration district: Ashton Under Lyne
Sub registration district: Hartshead
ED, institution, or vessel: 1i
Neighbors: View others on page
Household schedule number: 180
Household Members: Name Age
Moses Moss 43
Sarah Moss 42
Alice Moss 22
John Moss 18
Robert Moss 16
Joseph Moss 12
Hannah Moss 6
Mary Moss 3
Charles H Moss 6 Mo


Moss, Mary (~1811 - 1843) - female
b. Abt 1811 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.
d. 09 SEP 1843 in Midge Hill, Quick, Saddleworth.

father: Moss, Joseph (~1780 - )
mother: Rowley, Sarah (~1780 - )
1841 - Widow, aged 25 (Cotton Reeler) at Midge Hill, Roaches, Saddleworth with daughter Hannah Shuttleworth aged 1 year, living at the home of Parents Joseph & Sarah Moss at Midge Hill, Roaches. After Mary (Moss) Shuttleworth died 9th September 1843, her orphaned daughter Hannah Moss Shuttleworth went to live with mother Mary's sister Aunt Jane (Moss) Lawton at Quick Edge Lane.

Occupation -
Cotton Reeler

Burial - [date: JUL_SEP 1843] [place: ??]

Census - [date: 1841] [place: Midge Hill/02, Roaches, Mossley]

1841 - ID: 1272 - Aged 25 (Cotton Reeler) at Midge Hill, Roaches, with parent Joseph & Sarah Moss both aged 60 and Independent.

Name: Hannah Shuttleworth - Age: 1 - Estimated Birth Year: abt 1840 - Gender: Female - Where born: Saddleworth, Yorkshire, England


Civil Parish: Rochdale - Hundred: Agbrigg (Upper Division) - County: Yorkshire - Country: England


Street address: Midge Hill, Quick, Saddleworth. - Occupation:


Registration district: Saddleworth - Sub-registration district: Upper Mill -


Household Members: Name Age
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Mary Shuttleworth Widow - age 25
Hannah Shuttleworth - Dau - age 1

spouse: Shuttleworth, Joel (~1812 - 1839)
- m. 31 MAR 1839 in St. Michael's Parish Church, Mottram.

Marriage Note

Cheshire Marriage indexes for the years: 1839 - SHUTTLEWORTH Joel - Married - MOSS Mary @ Mottram in Longdendale, St. Michael - Tameside - 1839-CE31/1/309

Joel Shuttleworth - Male
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Birth:
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
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Parents: Father: James Shuttleworth - Mother: ?y
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Marriages: Spouse: Mary Moss - Marriage: 31 MAR 1839 Mottram In Longdendale, Cheshire, England
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Source Information: OGI Marriage Batch No.: I044350

----------child: Shuttleworth, Hannah Moss (1840 - )
Moss, Mary (~1834 - ) - female
b. Abt 1834 in Saddleworth

father: Moss, William (~1815 - 1858)
mother: Lawton, Sarah (~1815 - )

Census - [date: 1851 CENSUS] [place: White Hart Inn, Stamford St, Mossley]

1851 - Spinster (Barmaid) aged 18 at White Hart Inn, Stamford Street, Mossley Cross

Moss, Mary (~1851 - ) - female
b. Abt 1851 in Delph District, Saddleworth, Yorkshire.
Mothers Maiden Name: SHAW
1871 - Aged 20 (Cardroom Hand) at Back Road, Austerlands.

Occupation -
Housewife

Census - [date: 1871] [place: Back Road, Austerlands.]

1871 - Aged 22 (Cotton Cardroom Hand) at Back Road, Austerlands.

Census - [date: 1881] [place: Austerlands, Saddleworth, Yorkshire.]

Census - [date: 1891] [place: 1001 Huddersfield Road, Austerlands, Saddleworth.]

1891 - Aged 40 (Housekeeper) at 1001 Huddersfield Rd; Austerlands.
spouse: Lawton, Samuel (1847 - 1772)
- m. APR_JUN 1870 in Saddleworth Civil Registry Office.

----------child: Lawton, Amy (1870 - )
----------child: Lawton, George Shaw (1873 - )
----------child: Lawton, Clara (1877 - )
Moss, Mary Ellen (1860 - 1927) - female
b. 30 APR 1860 in Stalybridge, Cheshire, England
d. 02 APR 1927 in Montreal, Canada.
LAWTON Samuel & HADFIELD Mary Ellen @ Dukinfield, St Mark's 1918-CE23/5/195
LAWTON Samuel & MOSS Mary Ellen @ Dukinfield, St Mark's 1918-CE23/5/195

Burial - [date: APR_JUN 1927] [place: Mount Royal Cemetery. Montreal. Quebec.]

Census - [date: 1861] [place: ?]

Census - [date: 1871] [place: ?]

Census - [date: 1881] [place: ?]

Census - [date: 1891] [place: ?]

Census - [date: 1901] [place: ?]

spouse: Lawton, Samuel (1858 - 1926)
- m. Abt 1918 in St Mark's Church, Dukinfield, Cheshire.

Marriage Note

Surname Forename(s) Surname Forename(s) Church / Register Office Registers At Reference


HADFIELD Mary Ellen - Married - LAWTON Samuel - @ Dukinfield, St Mark Tameside CE23/5/195
LAWTON Samuel - Married - HADFIELD Mary Ellen - @ Dukinfield, St Mark Tameside CE23/5/195
LAWTON Samuel - Married - MOSS Mary Ellen - @ Dukinfield, St Mark Tameside CE23/5/195
MOSS Mary Ellen - Married - LAWTON Samuel - @ Dukinfield, St Mark Tameside CE23/5/195

----------child: Lawton, Hubert Moss (1886 - ~1967)
----------child: Lawton, Frank Moss (~1888 - 1901)
----------child: Lawton, Christine Ellen (1892 - 1962)
----------child: Lawton, Richard Moss (1894 - 1929)
----------child: Lawton, Ellen (Nellie) (~1896 - ~1899)
----------child: Lawton, Florence (1898 - )
----------child: Lawton, Amy (~1899 - )
----------child: Lawton, Lillian (~1900 - )
Moss, Moses (~1808 - ) - male
b. Abt 1808 in Mottram Parish, Cheshire

father: Moss, Joseph (~1780 - )
mother: Rowley, Sarah (~1780 - )

Occupation -
Cotton Spinner - Carter & Carrier

Census - [date: 1841] [place: Midge Hall/05, Roaches, Quick.]

Census - [date: 1851] [place: Mossley, Hartshead, Lancashire.]

1851 - Aged 43 (Carter) at Mossley, Hartshead, Lancashire. with wife Sarah & seven children - Alice (20), John (18), Robert (16), Joseph (12), Hannah (6), Mary (3) & Charles (6mth)
spouse: Moss, Sarah ? (~1809 - )
----------child: Moss, Joseph (~1839 - )
Moss, Rachel Ann (~1844 - ) - female
b. Abt 1844 in United States of America

father: Moss, William (~1815 - 1858)
mother: Lawton, Sarah (~1815 - )

Census - [date: 1851 CENSUS] [place: White Hart Inn, Stamford St, Mossley]

1851 - Aged 7 years at White Hart Inn, Stamford Street, Mossley Cross.

Moss, Samuel (~1848 - ) - male
b. Abt 1848 in United States of America

father: Moss, William (~1815 - 1858)
mother: Lawton, Sarah (~1815 - )
In 1861 Samuel Moss was aged 13 years with his mother Sarah (Sally) Moss at Bottoms, Stayley. But by 1874 he was aged 26 and assisting his mother Sally (Publican) at The Church Inn, Stamford Street, Mossley Cross

Residence - [date: 1874] [place: The Church Inn, Mossley Cross.]

Census - [date: 1851 CENSUS] [place: White Hart Inn, Stamford St, Mossley]

1851 - Aged 3 years at White Hart Inn, Stamford Street, Mossley Cross.

Census - [date: 1861 CENSUS] [place: Bottoms, Stayley, Cheshire, England.]


Moss, Sarah ? (~1809 - ) - female
b. Abt 1809 in Mossley, Lancashire.

Census - [date: 1851] [place: Mossley, Lancashire.]

spouse: Moss, Moses (~1808 - )
----------child: Moss, Joseph (~1839 - )
Moss, William (~1815 - 1858) - male
b. Abt 1815 in Dukinfield, Cheshire.
d. 07 APR 1858 in White Hart Inn, Stamford St, Mossley

Occupation - [date: 1851]
Publican

Burial - [date: 10 APR 1858] [place: St. George's Churchyard, Mossley.]

Census - [date: 1851] [place: White Hart Inn, Stamford St, Mossley]

Census - [date: 1841] [place: ?]

spouse: Lawton, Sarah (~1815 - )
- m. 24 AUG 1834 in St. Georges Parish Church, Mossley.

----------child: Moss, Mary (~1834 - )
----------child: Moss, John (~1836 - )
----------child: Moss, Rachel Ann (~1844 - )
----------child: Moss, Samuel (~1848 - )
----------child: Moss, William (~1850 - )
Moss, William (~1850 - ) - male
b. Abt 1850 in United States of America

father: Moss, William (~1815 - 1858)
mother: Lawton, Sarah (~1815 - )

Census - [date: 1851 CENSUS] [place: White Hart Inn, Stamford St, Mossley]

1851 - Aged 1 year at White Hart Inn, Stamford Street, Mossley Cross.

Mottram, Ann (~1845 - 1868) - female
b. Abt 1845 in Carrbrook, Stayley, Cheshire.
d. 16 NOV 1868 in Cheshire

father: Mottram, Thomas (~1811 - 1870)
mother: Lenny, Ellen (~1818 - )
1851 - Aged 6 years at Shireclough. 07 Feb 1860 - Married James Wrigley at Place: Parish Church, Malpas, Cheshire

Burial - [date: 20 NOV 1868] [place: St. George's Churchyard, Mossley.]

Baptism - [date: 10 MAY 1846] [place: St. Michael's Parish Church, Mottram.]

Census - [date: 1851 CENSUS] [place: Shire Clough, Carrbrook, Stayley.]


Mottram, Elizabeth (1840 - 1938) - female
b. 25 FEB 1840 in Carrbrook, Stayley, Cheshire.
d. 15 AUG 1938 in No.71 Staley Road, Micklehurst, Mossley.

father: Mottram, Thomas (~1811 - 1870)
mother: Lenny, Ellen (~1818 - )
Daughter of Thomas & Ellen Mottram of Carrbrook 1851 - PRO Ref: HO/107 Piece: 2239 Folio: 444 Page: 14 Sch: 45


1901 Census - Age 61 at No.2 King Street, Micklehurst, Mossley.
1916 Mossley Poor Rates Book - Elizabeth Lawton - Cottage at No.4 King Street, Micklehurst.


I thought you might find this article interesting !!. Elizabeth MOTTRAM daughter of the mentioned Ellen MOTTRAM was married to Henry Cook LAWTON in 1861.


The Reporter - 11th September 1880 - Alarming accident at Mossley - narrow escape of two women.


On Sunday morning an accident of an alarming nature took place at Earnshaw's, Micklehurst, Mossley, whereby the lives of at least two persons were very much endangered. Four years ago a block of four houses was built by Mr Edward LAWTON. The houses comprised cellars, front and back rooms, and two rooms upstairs. The floors above the cellars are composed of joists and flags. The end house (nearest the street) is occupied by Mrs Ellen MOTTRAM, widow, and four other persons, and it was here where the accident occurred. The back room is used as a kitchen, and on Sunday morning about eleven o'clock Mrs MOTTRAM was in the kitchen washing some pots when she noticed that one of the flags, to which the attention of the landlord had been drawn the night before, had given way considerably. A neighbour named Mrs WALKER was passing at the time, and Mrs MOTTRAM called her in and said "Just look how this flag is going, I can get my hand in between," Mrs WALKER stooped down to examine it and at that same moment, without further warning, the whole of the floor, measuring 12 feet by 15 or 16 feet gave way, precipitating both women into the coal cellar below. The whole of the furniture in the kitchen, including a wringing machine, large table, etc., fell upon the unfortunate women, who were very much hurt; indeed that they escaped without broken bones or even with life is almost miraculous. A portion of the wall between the stairs and the cellar also gave way, and it is a wonder the whole house was not wrecked. The other three houses were very much shaken. An alarm was raised, and constable WHITEHEAD, of the Cheshire Constabulary, and other persons were soon on the spot, and rendered valuable assistance in extricating the women from their perilous position. Mrs MOTTRAM and Mrs WALKER were very much hurt about the head, body, arms and legs; but we believe they are now doing well. The property is stone built and comparatively new. The cause of the accident is attributed to dry rot. Fortunately the other residents were not at home at the time of the consequences might have been far more serious. It may be imagined the neighbours were very much frighten. New joists are now going to be put into all the houses.


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Mrs. Elizabeth Lawton of 71 Staley Road, Mossley.


The Reporter - Friday, 19th August 1938.
Mossley's "Grand old lady".
Death of Mrs E. LAWTON.


Mossley's "Grand old lady", Mrs Elizabeth LAWTON, of 71 Staley Road, Micklehurst, died on Monday morning last in her 99th year. She was the oldest resident in Mossley, and was well known in the borough where she was held in high esteem.


Up to two or three years ago Mrs. LAWTON was remarkably active and regularly used to visit relatives in Upper Mossley, but for some time past she had not been seen about as frequently and during the past few months had been confined to the house. She resided with a married daughter Mrs WORRALL. She has been gradually fading recently and passed peacefully away at 10.45 a.m. on Monday.


Born in Carrbrook on February 25th 1840, Mrs LAWTON was the eldest of the family of the late Mr and Mrs Thomas MOTTRAM. As was customary in Mrs LAWTON's girlhood she started work at Carrbrook Printworks at nine years of age, and was afterwards employed as a reeler at the Victoria Spinning Company, Mossley, which at that time belonged to the late Mr George MAYALL.


When 21 years of age Mrs. LAWTON was married at Mottram Church to Mr Henry Cook LAWTON, who died about 32 years ago, and is buried at St Paul's Church, Staley. Her late husband was an overlooker at George MAYALL's mills. Mrs LAWTON worked at the Victoria Spinning Co. until a short time after her marriage. She has resided in Mossley between 60 and 70 years. She had a family of 12 children, only four of whom are now living, Mrs WORRALL, of Staley Road; Mrs J. RADCLIFFE of Lees Road; Mr Harold LAWTON of Bottom's Fold and Mr Frank LAWTON of Lorne Street.


Mrs LAWTON was always a welcome visitor at the annual aged people's tea party at Mossley, which she had attended since she was 70 years of age. She was not able to be present at the gathering in August last year, however, owing to her state of health.


Up to two or three years ago Mrs LAWTON was regularly seen getting on or off the bus unaided when on visits to relatives, and she always exchanged a cheery word with the driver and conductor. She also assisted in the housework up to this time, while until she was 80 she washed and baked for other people.


"I have only been to the pictures once or twice in my life" Mrs LAWTON said a few years ago, "but", she added with a touch of humour, "I've had the pound on several occasions at the old folks' party for being the oldest present".


Mrs LAWTON was over 45 years of age, when, in 1885, Mossley received its Charter of Incorporation. She remembered Mossley being previously governed by a Local Board, and she also very well remembered Mossley's first Mayor [Coun. George ANDREW J.P.].


She had seen many changes and commenting on these she once remarked; "There have been a lot of changes in Mossley during my life, and I reckon I had my share of the hard times in the cotton panic. I remember the riots in Ashton, when the military were turned out".
Until she was 90 Mrs LAWTON was able to read quite easily; in fact apart from somewhat impaired eyesight and deafness she retained all her faculties. She had always been a healthy woman.


Asked by the "Reporter" on one occasion to what she attributed her longevity she replied: "I have lived in a healthy place, worked hard and lived plainly".


Mrs LAWTON on this occasion declined to express an opinion of what she thought about the modern young woman, but simply smiled.


The funeral took place at St Paul's Church, Stalybridge, yesterday. Service was held at the house and at the Church by the Rev.Orlando EVANS, of All Saints Church, Micklehurst.
Mourners were: Mrs S.H. WORRALL, Mr and Mrs John RADCLIFFE, Mr and Mrs Harold LAWTON, Miss Connie LAWTON, Mr and Mrs Frank LAWTON, Mrs E. GREEN; Mrs ELLIS, Mr James LAWTON, Mrs DANIELS, Miss Mary RADCLIFFE, Mrs BRIDGESTOCK, Miss Ruth FALLON.


Bearers were: Mr Robert LAWTON, Mr Harry RADCLIFFE, Mr Edward GREEN, Mr F. PICKFORD.


Floral tributes were from: Mrs S.H. WORRALL; Mr and Mrs J. RADCLIFFE and family; Mr and Mrs H. LAWTON and family; Mr and Mrs F. LAWTON and family; Mr and Mrs E. GREEN and Katie; Martha; Fred, Agnes and Bob; Beryl and John; Ethel, Bob, Harry and Alice; Mrs CRABTREE [Stalybridge]; neighbours of Staley Road.


Messrs. J. C. PICKFORD and Sons, George Street, Mossley were the undertakers.


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Regards,
Alison.

This article in the newspaper about ELIZABETH MOTTRAM. She was the daughter of Thomas and Ellen MOTTRAM of Carrbrook, Cheshire, she married Henry Cook LAWTON, and she died on 15th August 1938.


The Reporter Newspaper - Friday, February 25th, 1938.


98 Years Old today.


Mossley's grand old dame, Mrs Elizabeth LAWTON, of Staley Road, Micklehurst, celebrates her 98th birthday today.


I was one of the first to call upon her this morning to wish her many happy returns. Mrs LAWTON is Mossley's oldest resident, and one of the boroughs most remarkable people. Though she hasn't been out of doors for some months past, she used to be regularly seen two or three years ago catching a bus to Upper Mossley to visit relatives.


Mrs LAWTON has attended the aged people's tea parties for many years, but she has not been well enough to be present last August.


Born in 1840. Mrs LAWTON, whose maiden name was MOTTRAM, was born at Carrbrook on February 25th, 1840, three years after the late Queen Victoria came to the throne. She is presently living with her married daughter [Mrs Sarah WORRALL]. She did her own housework until two or three years ago, and until she was 90 years of age she was able to read quite easily.


When I once asked Mrs. LAWTON how she accounted for her longevity, she replied, "I have lived in a healthy place, worked hard and lived plainly".


Mrs LAWTON is celebrating her 98th birthday quietly among relatives.


Regards,
Alison.

Occupation -
Cotton Reeler/Housekeeper

Burial - [date: 18 AUG 1938] [place: St. Pauls Churchyard. Stalybridge.]

Baptism - [date: 16 AUG 1842] [place: St. Michael's Parish Church, Mottram.]

Census - [date: 1871 CENSUS] [place: Cheshire Street, Bottoms, Stayley, Cheshire.]

1871 - Aged 31 ( Cotton Reelerl) at Cheshire Street, Bottoms, Stayley, Chehsire.

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: Cheshire St. Micklehurst. Mossley.]

Census - [date: 1901 CENSUS]

spouse: Lawton, Henry Cook (1839 - ~1902)
- m. APR_JUN 1861 in St. Michael's Parish Church, Mottram.

Mar. License - [date: APR_JUN 1861] [place: 1861-CE31/6/270 - Tameside]

LAWTON Henry Cook & MOTTRAM Elizabeth @ Mottram-in-Longdendale, St. Michael's Church - Tameside - 1861-CE31/6/270
----------child: Lawton, Ralph Thomas (1861 - 1952)
----------child: Lawton, Mary Ellen (~1863 - )
----------child: Lawton, Jane Ann (1866 - )
----------child: Lawton, Sarah Hannah (1866 - 1956)
----------child: Lawton, Sarah Hannah (1873 - )
----------child: Lawton, Hugh (1876 - 1877)
----------child: Lawton, Annie Florence (~1877 - )
----------child: Lawton, Harold (1878 - )
----------child: Lawton, Frank (1880 - )
Mottram, Ellen (~1848 - <1851) - female
b. Abt 1848 in Carrbrook, Stayley, Cheshire, England.
d. Bef 1851

father: Mottram, Thomas (~1811 - 1870)
mother: Lenny, Ellen (~1818 - )
1851 - Not found at Shireclough with rest of family.

Baptism - [date: 03 SEP 1848] [place: St. Paul's Parish Church, Stayley, Ches;]


Mottram, Jane (~1842 - ) - female
b. Abt 1842 in Carrbrook, Staley, Cheshire.

father: Mottram, Thomas (~1811 - 1870)
mother: Lenny, Ellen (~1818 - )

Occupation -
Tearer in Printworks

Baptism - [date: 13 NOV 1842] [place: St. Michael's Parish Church, Mottram.]

Census - [date: 1851 CENSUS] [place: Shire Clough, Carrbrook, Stayley.]


Mottram, John H (~1857 - ) - male
b. Abt 1857 in Stayley or Micklehurst

father: Mottram, Thomas (~1811 - 1870)
mother: Lenny, Ellen (~1818 - )
1881 - Aged 23 (Labourer) at Earnshaw Lane, (Staley Rd) Micklehurst.

Occupation -
Labourer

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: Earnshaw Lane (Staley Rd) Micklehurst]


Mottram, Martha (~1867 - ) - female
b. Abt 1867 in Cheshire St, Bottoms, Micklehurst.

father: Mottram, Thomas (~1811 - 1870)
mother: Lenny, Ellen (~1818 - )
1881 - Aged 14 (Cotton Reeler) at Earnshaw Lane, Micklehurst.

Occupation -
Cotton Reeler

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: Earnshaw Lane, (Stayley Rd.) Mossley.]


Mottram, Mary (~1837 - 1871) - female
b. Abt 1837 in Stayley, Cheshire, England.
d. 18 SEP 1871 in Stayley, Cheshire, England.

father: Mottram, Thomas (~1811 - 1870)
mother: Lenny, Ellen (~1818 - )
1871 - Widow, (Schofield) - Aged 33 (Reeler) at Cheshire St, Micklehurst.

Occupation -
Stitcher in Printworks

Burial - [date: 23 SEP 1871] [place: St. George's Churchyard, Mossley.]

Census - [date: 1851 CENSUS] [place: Shire Clough, Carrbrook, Stayley.]

spouse: Schofield, Mr. (~1835 - <1871)
- m. 1869 in St. Michael's Church, Ashton-under-Lyne.

Marriage Note

MOTTRAM Mary & SCHOFIELD John @ Ashton under Lyne, St Michael -Tameside - 1869-CE4/20/297
----------child: Schofield, Ralph (~1854 - )
----------child: Schofield, John Henry (~1856 - )
----------child: Schofield, Martha Ann (~1868 - )
Mottram, Ralph (~1855 - ) - male
b. Abt 1855 in Stayley, Cheshire, England.

father: Mottram, Thomas (~1811 - 1870)
mother: Lenny, Ellen (~1818 - )
1881 - Aged 25 (Labourer) at Earnshaw Lane, Micklehurst, Mossley.

Occupation -
Labourer

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: Earnshaw Lane (Staley Rd) Micklehurst]


Mottram, Richard (~1850 - ) - male
b. Abt 1850 in Shire Clough, Carrbrook, Stayley.

father: Mottram, Thomas (~1811 - 1870)
mother: Lenny, Ellen (~1818 - )
1851 - Aged 11 months at Shireclough. 1881 - Not found in 1881 Census

Census - [date: 1851 CENSUS] [place: Shire Clough, Carrbrook, Stayley.]


Mottram, Thomas (~1811 - 1870) - male
b. Abt 1811 in Smedley, Manchester, Lancashire.
d. 30 JUL 1870 in Cheshire Street, Stayley Bottoms, Micklehurst, Mossley.
1841 Census - Aged 25 (Rounded) Calico Printer at Carrbrook, (near Warm Hole)
1851 - Aged 40 (Carter) at Shireclough, Carrbrook, Stayley, Cheshire. - George Lenny 26 (Brother-in-Law) of Manchester (Fire beater) and wife Grace Lenny 26 (Sister-in-Law) of Burnley Lancs; living with family at Shireclough in 1851
1861Census - Aged 48 (Dyer) at Carrbrook, Stayley

Occupation -
Dyer, Printer & Carter for Calico Printworks

Burial - [date: 04 AUG 1870] [place: St. George's Churchyard, Mossley.]

Baptism - [date: 15 SEP 1811] [place: Manchester Cathedral. Manchester. Lancs;]

Census - [date: 1841] [place: Carrbrook, Cheshire]

- on 1841 England Census about Thomas Mottram


Name: Thomas Mottram - Age: 25 - Estimated birth year: abt 1816 - Gender: Male - Mother: Mary


Civil parish: Mottram in Longden Dale - Hundred: Macclesfield - County: Cheshire - Country: England - Street Address: Carrbrook (Near Warm Hole)


Occupation: Calico Printer - Conition of Marriage: Married with two children


Registration district: Ashton under Lyne - Sub-registration district: Stayley -


Household Members: Name Age
------------------------------------------------
Mary Mottram - Head - Widow - age 70 - Retired - Not born in Cheshire
Thomas Mottram - Son - age 25 - Calico Printer
Ellen Mottram - Wife - age 25 - Housewife
Mary Mottram - Dau - age 4
Elizabeth Mottram - Dau - age 1
Thomas Mosley - Lodger - age 25 - Printer - Not born in Cheshire
Thomas S Bentley - Lodger - age 25 - Carter - Not born in Cheshire

Census - [date: 1851] [place: Shire Clough, Carrbrook, Stayley.]

- on 1851 England Census about Thomas Mottram


Name: Thomas Mottram - Age: 39 - Estimated birth year: abt 1812 - Relation: Head - Spouse's name: Ellen - Gender: Male - Where born: Smedley, Lancashire, England -


Civil parish: Stayley - Ecclesiastical parish: Stayley - County: Cheshire - Country: England - Street Address: Shire Clough, Carrbrook - Occupation: Carter - Condition as to marriage: Married with Children


Registration district: Ashton Under Lyne - Sub-registration district: Mottram - ED: 2f - Household schedule number: 45


Household Members: Name Age
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Thomas Mottram - Head - age 39 - Printworks Carter - B: Smedley, Lancs;
Ellen Mottram - Wife - age 33 - Housekeeper - B: Bacup, Lancs;
Mary Mottram - Dau - age 14 - Printworks Stitcher
Elizabeth Mottram - Dau - age 11 - Printworks Stitcher
Jane Mottram - Dau - age 9 - Printworks Teaser
Ann Mottram - Dau - age 6 - Scholar
Richard Mottram - Son - age 11 Months
George Lenny - Brother-in-Law - age 26 - Printworks Fire Beater - B: Manchester, Lancs:
Grace Lenny - Sister-in-Law - age 26 - B: Burnley, Lancs;
Robert Warburton - Lodger - (M) - age 45 - Printworks Washer - B: Burnley, Lancs:
James O Harrs - Lodger - age 32 - B: Stockport, Cheshire

Census - [date: 1861] [place: Carrbrook, Stayley, Cheshire]

- on 1861 England Census about Thomas Mottram


Name: Thomas Mottram - Age: 48 - Estimated birth year: abt 1813 - Relation: Head - Spouse's name: Ellen - Gender: Male - Where born: Smedley, Manchester, Lancashire, England


Civil parish: Stayley - Ecclesiastical parish: St Paul's, Milllbrook , - County: Cheshire - Country: England - Street Address: Carrbrook, Stayley.


Occupation: Calico Printer, Dyer, and Carter - Condition as to marriage: Married with children


Registration district: Ashton Under Lyne - Sub-registration district: Stalyey - ED: 7 - Household schedule number: 56


Household Members: Name Age
----------------------------------------------------------
Thomas Mottram - Head - age 48 - Dyer in Printworks
Ellen Mottram - Wife - age 44 - Housekeeper
Mary Mottram - Dau - age 23 - Cotton Reeler
Elizabeth Mottram - Dau - age 27 - Cotton Finisher
Jane Mottram - Dau - age 19 - Cotton Weaver
Ann Mottram - Dau - age 15 - Cotton Weaver
Richard Mottram - Son - age 10 - Scholar
Ralph Mottram - Son - age 6 - Scholar
John H Mottram - G/Son - age 5 - Scholar

spouse: Lenny, Ellen (~1818 - )
- m. Abt 1836 in Unknown - Perhaps Burnley

----------child: Mottram, Mary (~1837 - 1871)
----------child: Mottram, Elizabeth (1840 - 1938)
----------child: Mottram, Jane (~1842 - )
----------child: Mottram, Ann (~1845 - 1868)
----------child: Mottram, Ellen (~1848 - <1851)
----------child: Mottram, Richard (~1850 - )
----------child: Mottram, Ralph (~1855 - )
----------child: Mottram, John H (~1857 - )
----------child: Mottram, Martha (~1867 - )
Mountford, George (~1856 - ) - male
b. Abt 1856 in Wisconsin, Iowa.

father: Mountford, George Barnett Mumford or (1826 - 1875)
mother: Lawton, Jane (1824 - 1879)
Married about 1884

Census - [date: 1860 US] [place: Berlin, Green Lake County, Wisconsin.]

1860 - Aged 4 years at Berlin, Green Lake County, Wisconsin.

Mountford, George Barnett Mumford or (1826 - 1875) - male
b. 29 JUL 1826 in Burslem, Staffordshire.
d. 03 JAN 1875 in Cedar Falls, Black Hawk, Iowa, U.S.A.
Name : Charly Packard-Miller
E-mail : ksdollmaker@yahoo.com
City : Sublette, Kansas
Country : United States of America


Comments: Your website is probably one the absolute best I've ever seen. - My 2nd great uncle, George Barnett Mountford, son of George Barnett Mountford and Elizabeth Ray/Rea, married Jane Lawton. She was the daughter of Henry Andrew "Harry" Lawton and Betty Holgate.


It's been a pleasure to tour your website!


Charly Packard-Miller

Name: George Barnett MOUNTFORD Jr
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Birth: 29 JUL 1826
Death: 3 Jan 1875
Burial: Cedar Falls, IA
Father: George Barnett MOUNTFORD (1800-1854)
Mother: Elizabeth Rebecca RAE (1801-)
Spouse: Jane LAWTON
His grandmother was Mary BARNETT b. 20 JUN 1775
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Birth: 27 Apr 1824
Death: 20 Aug 1879
Burial: Cedar Falls, IA


Children:
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1 M: Samuel MOUNTFORD
Birth: 5 Dec 1849
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2 M: William MOUNTFORD
Birth: 22 Sep 1851
Death: Nov 1854
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3 F: Elizabeth MOUNTFORD
Birth: 13 Oct 1853
Death: 3 Nov 1853
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4 F: Hannah MOUNTFORD
Birth: 28 Dec 1854
Death: 20 Jan 1855
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5 M: George Barnett MOUNTFORD III
Birth: 26 Aug 1856
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6 F: Sarah Ann MOUNTFORD
Birth: 9 Jun 1858
Spouse: Martin FRITTO
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7 F: Betty Ann MOUNTFORD
Birth: 14 Aug 1860
Death: 28 Oct 1861
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8 M: James MOUNTFORD
Birth: 15 Jul 1863
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9 M: Harry MOUNTFORD
Birth: 20 Oct 1866
Spouse: Minnie (Unk); b. 1 DEC 1865; one boy (Roy) who died in infancy


Notes for George Barnett MOUNTFORD Jr
Per Harry's wife Minnie, George was orphaned as a small boy.


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Occupation -
Potter

Burial - [date: JAN_MAR 1875]

Baptism - [date: 08 AUG 1826] [place: St. John's Church, Burslem, Staffoed.]

GEORGE BARNETT MOUNTFORD - Male
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Birth:
Christening: 08 AUG 1826 Saint John, Burslem, Stafford, England
Death:
Burial:
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Parents: Father: GEORGE BARNETT MOUNTFORD - Mother: ELIZABETH REA or RAY
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Source Information: IGI Baptism Batch No.: C010042 1813 - 1822 0426503 Film 0541789 Film


C010042 1822 - 1832 0426504 Film NONE

Census - [date: 1841 UK]

Census - [date: 1850 US] [place: Whitewater, Walworth County, Wisconsin, Iowa.]

1850 US Census - Whitewater, Walworth County, Wisconsin. - George Barnett. MOUNFORD - age 23 - Born: England: - Wife: Jane - age 26 - Born: Eng, Samuel - 8/12 - Born: Wisconsin.


Living Next door is Thomas. age 30 - Born: England, Laura - age 32 - Born: NY, John- age 50 - Born: England. Occupations of the adult males is a Potter. NARA film pg 338B Dick

Census - [date: 1860 US] [place: Green Lake, Berlin, Wisconsin, Iowa.]

I find where they were in 1860


1860 Census - Berlin, Green Lake County, Wisconsin. - Image 13 -


122/112 George R. Mounford - age 24 - Occ: Potter - Born: England - Parents Born: England
Jane MOUNTFORD - age 27 - Born: England - Parents Born: England
Samuel MOUNTFORD - age 14 - Born: Wisconsin
George MOUNTFORD - age 4 - Born: Wisconsin
Sarah A. MOUNTFORD - age 2 - Born: Wisconsin


The ages do not gibe with the next 1900 Scensus!


1900 Iowa. Plymouth County. Hungerford Dist 108, image 13


118/121 George B. Mounford - Born: Aug 1856 - age 42,- Married 16yrs, b WI Father born: ENG - Mother born: ENG - Occ: Farm Laborer ( says married , but I do not find anyone else with that name in the index.)


The above must be GEORGE MOUNTFORD Jnr. who married in 1884

Census - [date: 1870 US] [place: Cedar Falls, Black Hawk, Iowa, U.S.A.]

1870 US Census - Cedar Falls, Ward 3, Black Hawk County, Iowa.


George B Mountford (MUMFORD) aged44 and wife Jane (MUMFORD) aged 46, both born in England. - Wisconsin born children in the household, Samuel 18, George 14, Sarah A., 12, James 6, and Harry 4. NARA film pg 398B. Dick


I was unable to find much, hope this little bit will help.


1870 census Iowa, Black Hawk County, Cedar Falls Ward 3, image 13


99/106 - George (Mumford) MOUNTFORD - aged 44,- Occ: Works in Pottery - Born: England,
Jane (Lawton) MOUNTFORD - Wife - age 46 - Keeping House - Born: England
Samuel MOUNTFORD - Son - age18 - Works in Pottery - Born: Wisconsin.
George MOUNTFORD - Son - age 14 - Scholar - Born: Wisconsin
Sarah A. MOUNTFORD - Dau - age 12 - Scholar - Born: Wisconsin.
James MOUNTFORD - Son - age 6 - Scholar - Born: Wisconsin.
Harry MOUNTFORD - Son - age 4 - Scholar - Born: Wisconsin.


I was unable to locate the children in 1880, trying various spelling of the name.


1910 @ Iowa, Black Hawk County, Cedar Falls Dist 6 image16 - 171/171


James Montford - age 47 - Single, Born: WIS Father: Eng - Mother Eng, - Occ: Laborer Odd Jobs


Iowa Cemetery records:


James Mountford 1863-1924 Buried at Greenwood Cemetery. Cedar Falls
Samuel Mountford 1849-1917 Buried at Greenwood Cemetery Cedar Falls.""" """


There was a Flora Hodges Montford mentioned in the Jun 27 1890 Cedar Falls Gazette, but her relationship, if any, is not known. I will check further,but the prospects look grim. Howard Boswell

Death Note

George Barnett Mountford or Mumford - Male
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Birth: 29 JUL 1826 , , England
Christening:
Death: 03 JAN 1875 Cedar Falls, Black Hawk, Iowa
Burial:
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Marriages: Spouse: Jane Lawton -
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Source Information: IGI Film Number: 458023
spouse: Lawton, Jane (1824 - 1879)
- m. 14 JUL 1849

----------child: Mountford, Samuel (~1849 - 1917)
----------child: Mountford, George (~1856 - )
----------child: Mountford, Sarah Ann (~1858 - )
----------child: Mountford, James (~1863 - 1924)
----------child: Mountford, Harry (~1868 - )
Mountford, Harry (~1868 - ) - male
b. Abt 1868 in Wisconsin, Iowa.

father: Mountford, George Barnett Mumford or (1826 - 1875)
mother: Lawton, Jane (1824 - 1879)

Census - [date: 1870 US] [place: Cedar Falls, Black Hawk County, Iowa, U.S.A.]


Mountford, James (~1863 - 1924) - male
b. Abt 1863 in Wisconsin, Iowa.
d. 1924 in Wisconsin, Iowa.

father: Mountford, George Barnett Mumford or (1826 - 1875)
mother: Lawton, Jane (1824 - 1879)

Burial - [date: 1924] [place: Greenwood Cemetery, Cedar Falls, Black Hawk County, Wisconsin.]

Census - [date: 1870 US]


Mountford, Samuel (~1849 - 1917) - male
b. Abt 1849 in Whitewater, Walworth County, Wisconsin, Iowa.
d. 1917 in Wisconsin, Iowa.

father: Mountford, George Barnett Mumford or (1826 - 1875)
mother: Lawton, Jane (1824 - 1879)

Burial - [date: 1917] [place: Greenwood Cemetery, Cedar Falls, Black Hawk County, Wisconsin.]

Census - [date: 1850] [place: Whitewater, Walworth County, Wisconsin, Iowa.]

In the 1850 US Census - Samuel is aged Eight and a Half Months at Whitewater, Walworth County, Wisconsin, Iowa.

Mountford, Sarah Ann (~1858 - ) - female
b. Abt 1858 in Wisconsin, Iowa.

father: Mountford, George Barnett Mumford or (1826 - 1875)
mother: Lawton, Jane (1824 - 1879)
Murgatroyd, Ann Maria (~1838 - ) - female
b. Abt 1838 in Delph, Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

father: Murgatroyd, William (~1812 - )
mother: Lawton, Mary Ann (~1812 - )
1851 - Aged 12 at Shudehill, Delph.

Occupation -
Woollen Shawl Twister

Census - [date: 1851 CENSUS] [place: Shude Hill, Delph, Saddleworth.]


Murgatroyd, James William (~1845 - ) - male
b. Abt 1845 in Delph, Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

father: Murgatroyd, William (~1812 - )
mother: Lawton, Mary Ann (~1812 - )
1851 - Aged 6 years at Shudehill, Delph.

Census - [date: 1851 CENSUS] [place: Shude Hill, Delph, Saddleworth.]


Murgatroyd, John (~1840 - ) - male
b. Abt 1840 in Delph, Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

father: Murgatroyd, William (~1812 - )
mother: Lawton, Mary Ann (~1812 - )
1851 - Aged 10 years at Shudehill, Delph.

Census - [date: 1851 CENSUS] [place: Shude Hill, Delph, Saddleworth.]


Murgatroyd, Mary Ann (~1839 - ) - female
b. Abt 1839 in Delph, Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

father: Murgatroyd, William (~1812 - )
mother: Lawton, Mary Ann (~1812 - )
Murgatroyd, Matilda (~1842 - ) - female
b. Abt 1842 in Delph, Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

father: Murgatroyd, William (~1812 - )
mother: Lawton, Mary Ann (~1812 - )
1851 - Aged 8 years at Shudehill, Delph.

Census - [date: 1851 CENSUS] [place: Shude Hill, Delph, Saddleworth.]


Murgatroyd, William (~1812 - ) - male
b. Abt 1812 in Delph, Saddleworth, Yorkshire.
Son of William Murgatroyd of Batley, Yorkshire (Woollen Weaver)

Occupation -
Woollen Cloth Merchant

Census - [date: 1851] [place: Shudehill, Delph, Saddleworth.]

Census - [date: 1841]

spouse: Lawton, Mary Ann (~1812 - )
- m. 24 JAN 1836 in St. Chad's Parish Church, Rochdale, Lancashire.

Marriage Note

Marriage: 24 Jan 1836 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England - William Murgatroyd - Weaver of Saddleworth - Married - Mary Ann Lawton - Spinster of Saddleworth
- Witness: John Lawton; John Grindrod - Married by Banns by: P. C. Nicholson Curate - Register: Marriages 1836, Page 20, Entry 60 - Source: LDS Film 1484380
----------child: Murgatroyd, Ann Maria (~1838 - )
----------child: Murgatroyd, Mary Ann (~1839 - )
----------child: Murgatroyd, John (~1840 - )
----------child: Murgatroyd, Matilda (~1842 - )
----------child: Murgatroyd, James William (~1845 - )
Murgitroyd, Mercy (~1782 - 1821) - female
b. Abt 1782 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.
d. 07 JUL 1821 in Uppermill, Saddleworth, Yorkshire.
Need to verify date of birth.??

Occupation -
Confectioner

Burial - [date: 11 JUL 1821] [place: Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.]

Census - [date: 1871] [place: High Street, Uppermill, Saddleworth.]

spouse: Lawton, Charles (1798 - 1879)
- m. 04 JAN 1818 in Rochdale, St. Chad's Parish Church.

Marriage Note

CHARLES LAWTON - Male
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Birth:
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
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Marriages: Spouse: MERCY MURGITROYD - Marriage: 04 JAN 1818 St Chads, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
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Source Information: IGI Batch No.: M135798
----------child: Lawton, James (1819 - 1907)
Nelson, Mary (~1846 - ) - female
b. Abt 1846 in Tintwistle, Mottram, Cheshire.
1881 - Living with her Mother Ann Nelson (Honley) & Family

Occupation -
Housewife

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: 20 High St. East. Glossop. Derbyshire.]

spouse: Lawton, James (~1851 - )
Nester, Mary (~1860 - 1924) - female
b. Abt 1860
d. 21 JUN 1924 in Stalybridge

Burial - [date: APR_JUN 1924] [place: New St. George's Churchyard, Stalybridge]

Census - [date: 1891] [place: No.38 Kinder Street, Cocker Hill, Stalybridge.]

spouse: Lawton, James Albert (1862 - 1947)
- m. OCT_DEC 1882 in New St. George's Church, Stalybridge.

----------child: Lawton, Alice (~1885 - )
----------child: Lawton, Robert (~1887 - )
----------child: Lawton, Arnold (~1891 - )
----------child: Lawton, Annie (~1894 - )
----------child: Lawton, Fred (~1897 - )
----------child: Lawton, Emma (~1901 - )
Newton, Edmund (~1658 - ) - male
b. Abt 1658 in Glossop, Derbyshire.

spouse: Lawton, Ellen (~1662 - )
- m. 24 OCT 1682 in Glossop, Derbyshire.

Marriage Note

ELLEN LOTON - Female
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Birth:
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
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Marriages: Spouse: EDMOND NEWTON - Marriage: NOV 1682 @ St. Michael's Church, Mottram In Longdendale, Cheshire, England
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Source Information: IGI Marriage Batch No.: M042931 1559 - 1754 0424859 Film 6906776 Film


M042931 1776 - 1805 0424961 Film NONE


Newton, Joshua (~1803 - ) - male
b. Abt 1803 in Mottram & Districts

spouse: Lawton, Betty (~1807 - )
- m. 23 SEP 1827 in St. Michael's Parish Church, Mottram.

Newton, Mary Ann (~1854 - ) - female
b. Abt 1854 in Larkhill Tongue, Lancs;

Occupation -
Cotton Speed Tenter

Census - [date: 1881] [place: No.56 Beever Street, Oldham, Lancs;]

spouse: Lawton, Thomas (~1852 - )
- m. Abt 1874 in Oldham, Lancashire.

Marriage Note

Lancashire Marriage indexes for the years: 1874


LAWTON Thomas - Married - NEWTON Mary Ann @ Oldham Register Office or Registrar Attended - Oldham - 1874-RM/29/177

----------child: Lawton, E. H. (~1873 - )
----------child: Lawton, John (~1879 - )
Newton, Phyllis (~1907 - ) - female
b. Abt 1907 in Ashton & District

spouse: Lawton, Joseph Clement (1905 - )
- m. 1928 in Ashton Civil Marriage

Newton-Cosey, Winifred (*1822 - ) - female
Notes: Winifred Cosey - Nee: Newton, must have married her first husband before 1837 ONS Records began, as I can find no trace of a Marriage or Death of a "Cosey" in BMD Records.
spouse: Lawton, Gervase (Jarvis) (~1821 - 1866)
- m. OCT_DEC 1841 in St. Mary's Parish Church, Oldham, Lancashire.

Marriage Note

Lancashire Marriage indexes for the years: 1841 - LAWTON * Jervis - Married - COSEY Winifred @ Oldham, St. Mary's - Oldham - 1841-CE235/4/71


LAWTON * Jervis - Married - NEWTON Winifred @ Oldham, St. Mary's - Oldham - 1841-CE235/4/71


Nicholls, Arechea (1911 - 1998) - female
b. 14 OCT 1911 in No.13 Kent Road, Blackpool, Lancs;
d. 24 DEC 1998 in Jonathan Grange (Nursing Home), Micklehurst, Mossley.

Occupation -
Seamstress - Cotton Minder - Machinist

Residence - [date: 1966-1998] [place: 'Athol Cot', No.65 Staley Rd, Mossley, Cheshire.]

Burial - [date: 06 JAN 1999] [place: Mossley Cemetery, Mossley, Cheshire.]

Census - [date: 1941] [place: No.9 Holyoake Terrace, Cemetery Road, Mossley, Cheshire.No.]

Birth Note

Lancashire Birth indexes for the years: 1911 - NICHOLLS Arechea - Born: @ Blackpool A - Blackpool - Mother: BROAD - 1911-BLKA/47/92
spouse: Lawton, Fred (1904 - 1973)
- m. 16 SEPT 1939 in Market Place Methodist Chapel. Mossley, Lancashire.

----------child: , Living (*1941 - )
----------child: , Living (*1942 - )
Nichols, Jane (~1849 - ) - female
b. Abt 1849 in St. Helens, Lancashire.
1901 - Aged 48 at 14 Micklehurst Rd, Stayley.

Occupation -
Housekeeper

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: New Bridge Inn Yard. Micklehurst.]

Census -

Census - [date: 1891] [place: New Hollins, Micklehurst, Cheshire.]

spouse: Lawton, Charles (1852 - 1885)
- m. JUL_SEP 1871 in Mossley, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.

----------child: Lawton, Sarah Ann (~1876 - )
----------child: Lawton, Elizabeth (~1878 - )
----------child: Lawton, James (~1878 - )
----------child: Lawton, Hannah (~1881 - )
spouse: Lees, James (~1857 - )
- m. OCT_DEC 1889 in Ashton & Districts

Nicholson, George L (1855 - 1915) - male
b. 16 OCT 1855 in Media, Delaware, Pennsylvania.
d. 29 DEC 1915 in Old Union Cemetery, Wallingford.

father: Nicholson, Samuel P (~1830 - )
mother: Lawton, Elizabeth (1830 - 1892)
Nicholson, Jane (~1805 - ~1828) - female
b. Abt 1805 in Bradford, Yorkshire.
d. Abt 1828
Daughter of John Nicholson Died about 15 months after their marriage, one month after giving birth to a still-born daughter. " I married [John Nicholson's] daughter Jane for my first wife, but she died about 15 month after our marriage, on month after having a still-born daughter"
spouse: Halliwell, William (1801 - 1877)
- m. Abt 1827 in Yorkshire

----------child: Halliwell, Female (~1828 - ~1828)
Nicholson, John C (1850 - 1854) - male
b. 12 OCT 1850 in Media, Delaware, Pennsylvania.
d. 27 OCT 1854 in Old Union Cemetery, Wallingford.

father: Nicholson, Samuel P (~1830 - )
mother: Lawton, Elizabeth (1830 - 1892)
Nicholson, Samuel P (~1830 - ) - male
b. Abt 1830 in Haverford, PA

spouse: Lawton, Elizabeth (1830 - 1892)
- m. FEB 1850 in Wallingford, Delaware.

----------child: Nicholson, John C (1850 - 1854)
----------child: Nicholson, William J (~1853 - )
----------child: Nicholson, George L (1855 - 1915)
Nicholson, Sarah (~1812 - 1874) - female
b. Abt 1812 in Bradford, Yorkshire
d. 17 JUL 1874 in Duke St, Southport, Lancs;
Widow of Matthew Bland of Halifax when she married William abt 1865

Burial - [date: 21 JUL 1874] [place: Southport Cemetery]

spouse: Halliwell, William (1801 - 1877)
- m. Abt 1863 in Southport, Lancashire.

----------child: Halliwell, Frederick William (~1863 - )
----------child: Halliwell, Sarah Louisa (~1865 - )
Nicholson, Susannah (Susey) (~1780 - 1838) - female
b. Abt 1780 in Settle, Yorkshire.
d. 07 SEP 1838 in Lees, Nr. Oldham, Lancashire.
Daughter of William Nicholson of Settle 1838 - 'On Saturday morning the 7th April 1838, died at his brothers house in Lees, William Nicholson after a sickness of a few weeks, aged 73 years

Burial - [date: 08 SEP 1838] [place: Halliwell Vault, Hey Chapel, Lees.]

spouse: Halliwell, Samuel (~1755 - )
- m. 25 DEC 1798 in Bradford Parish Church

----------child: Halliwell, William (1801 - 1877)
Nicholson, William J (~1853 - ) - male
b. Abt 1853 in Media, Delaware, Pennsylvania.

father: Nicholson, Samuel P (~1830 - )
mother: Lawton, Elizabeth (1830 - 1892)
Nield, David (~1763 - ) - male
b. Abt 1763 in Wade Hill, Burnedge Lane, Wharmton.

father: Nield, Nathaniel (~1729 - )
mother: Radcliffe, Hannah (~1733 - )

Baptism - [date: 15 AUG 1763] [place: Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.]


Nield, Edwin (~1868 - ) - male
b. Abt 1868 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

spouse: Lawton, Amy (1870 - )
- m. JUL_SEP 1890 in St. Pauls Church, Scouthead, Saddleworth

Mar. License - [date: 1890-CE244/1/5] [place: Oldham BMD Registry Office.]


Nield, Esther (~1732 - ) - female
b. Abt 1732 in Quickwood, Mossley, Saddleworth, Yorks;

father: Nield, John (~1698 - )
mother: Radcliffe, Martha (~1700 - )

Baptism - [date: 26 NOV 1732] [place: Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.]


Nield, Esther (~1760 - ) - female
b. Abt 1760 in Pobgreen, Uppermill, Saddleworth

father: Nield, Nathaniel (~1729 - )
mother: Radcliffe, Hannah (~1733 - )

Baptism - [date: 17 JUN 1760] [place: Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.]


Nield, Francis (~1728 - ) - female
b. Abt 1728 in Quickwood, Mossley, Saddleworth, Yorks;

father: Nield, John (~1698 - )
mother: Radcliffe, Martha (~1700 - )

Baptism - [date: 02 JUN 1728] [place: Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.]


Nield, George (~1833 - ) - male
b. Abt 1833 in Dukinfield, Cheshire.

father: Nield, John (~1797 - )
mother: Lawton, Betty (1797 - )
1851 - Aged 17 (Piecer) at 49 High St, Dukinfield

Occupation -
Cotton Piecer

Census - [date: 1851 CENSUS] [place: 49 High Street, Dukinfield.]


Nield, Hannah (~1862 - ) - female
b. Abt 1862 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

father: Nield, James (~1829 - )
mother: Lawton, Sarah Ann (~1829 - )

Occupation -
Dressmaker

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: Crown Inn. 34 Stamford St. Mossley.]


Nield, Harold (~1866 - ) - male
b. Abt 1866 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

father: Nield, James (~1829 - )
mother: Lawton, Sarah Ann (~1829 - )

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: Crown Inn. 34 Stamford St. Mossley.]


Nield, James (~1741 - ) - male
b. Abt 1741 in Quickwood, Mossley, Saddleworth, Yorks;

father: Nield, John (~1698 - )
mother: Radcliffe, Martha (~1700 - )

Baptism - [date: 13 NOV 1741] [place: Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.]


Nield, James (~1829 - ) - male
b. Abt 1829 in Rochdale. Lancashire.

Occupation -
Publican

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: Crown Inn. 34 Stamford St. Mossley.]

spouse: Lawton, Sarah Ann (~1829 - )
- m. Abt 1850 in St. George's Parish Church. Mossley.

----------child: Nield, Hannah (~1862 - )
----------child: Nield, John Edward (~1864 - )
----------child: Nield, Harold (~1866 - )
----------child: Nield, Maria Alice (~1871 - )
Nield, James (~1840 - ) - male
b. Abt 1840 in Dukinfield, Cheshire.

father: Nield, John (~1797 - )
mother: Lawton, Betty (1797 - )
1851 - Aged 11 (Scholar) at 49 High St, Dukinfield

Census - [date: 1841] [place: ?]

Census - [date: 1851] [place: 49 High Street, Dukinfield.]


Nield, Jane (~1838 - ) - female
b. Abt 1838 in Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.

Occupation -
Housewife

Census - [date: 1871]

Census - [date: 1881] [place: 26 Oldham Rd. Ashton-u-Lyne, Lancs;]

spouse: Lawton, Thomas (1839 - )
- m. 1863 in Christ Church, Ashton-under-Lyne.

Mar. License - [date: 1863] [place: 1863-CE1/3/310 - Tameside]

Marriage Note

Cheshire Marriage indexes for the years: 1861 to 1865


LAWTON Thomas - Married - NEILD Jane @ Ashton under Lyne, Christ Church - Tameside - 1863-CE1/3/310


Nield, John (~1698 - ) - male
b. Abt 1698 in Quickwood, Mossley, Saddleworth, Yorks;

Baptism - [place: Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.]

spouse: Radcliffe, Martha (~1700 - )
- m. Abt 1723 in Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.

----------child: Nield, Mary (~1723 - )
----------child: Nield, John (~1725 - )
----------child: Nield, Francis (~1728 - )
----------child: Nield, Nathaniel (~1729 - )
----------child: Nield, Esther (~1732 - )
----------child: Nield, Leah (~1734 - )
----------child: Nield, Sarah (~1735 - )
----------child: Nield, Thomas (~1737 - )
----------child: Nield, Thomas (~1738 - )
----------child: Nield, James (~1741 - )
Nield, John (~1725 - ) - male
b. Abt 1725 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

father: Nield, John (~1698 - )
mother: Radcliffe, Martha (~1700 - )

Baptism - [date: 31 MAY 1725] [place: Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.]


Nield, John (~1760 - ) - male
b. Abt 1760 in Wade Lock, Uppermill, Saddleworth.

father: Nield, Nathaniel (~1729 - )
mother: Radcliffe, Hannah (~1733 - )

Baptism - [date: 18 NOV 1760] [place: Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.]


Nield, John (~1764 - ) - male
b. Abt 1764 in Brunthill, Quickwood, Saddleworth.

father: Nield, Nathaniel (~1729 - )
mother: Radcliffe, Hannah (~1733 - )

Baptism - [date: 01 JAN 1764] [place: Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.]


Nield, John (~1797 - ) - male
b. Abt 1797 in Stalybridge, Hartshead, Lancashire, England.
1851 - Aged 54, (Cotton Spinner) at No.49 High Street, Dukinfield.

Occupation -
Cotton Spinner

Census - [date: 1841]

Census - [date: 1851] [place: No.49 High Street, Dukinfield.]

spouse: Lawton, Betty (1797 - )
- m. Abt 1821 in Stayley, Cheshire, England.

----------child: Nield, Mary (~1822 - )
----------child: Nield, John (~1831 - )
----------child: Nield, George (~1833 - )
----------child: Nield, Thomas (~1837 - )
----------child: Nield, James (~1840 - )
Nield, John (~1831 - ) - male
b. Abt 1831 in Dukinfield, Cheshire.

father: Nield, John (~1797 - )
mother: Lawton, Betty (1797 - )
1851 - Aged 19 (Spinner) at 49 High St, Dukinfield

Occupation -
Cotton Spinner

Census - [date: 1851 CENSUS] [place: 49 High Street, Dukinfield.]


Nield, John Edward (~1864 - ) - male
b. Abt 1864 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

father: Nield, James (~1829 - )
mother: Lawton, Sarah Ann (~1829 - )

Occupation -
Pupil Teacher

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: Crown Inn. 34 Stamford St. Mossley.]


Nield, John William (~1893 - ) - male
b. Abt 1893 in Mossley, Hartshead, Lancashire.

father: Nield, William Edward (1859 - )
mother: Lawton, Mary Jane (1865 - )
1901 - Aged 8 years at 143 Stockport Rd, Mossley.

Census - [date: 1901 CENSUS] [place: 143 Stockport Road, Mossley,]


Nield, Jonathon (~1780 - <1816) - male
b. Abt 1780 in Mossley
d. Bef 1816
There is also a Jonathon Nield Born: 1806 at Stayley Wood, who could well be a child of Jonathon & Sarah (Needs confirmation)

Baptism - [date: 11 FEB 1781] [place: St. George's Parish Church, Mossley.]

JONATHON NIELD - Male
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Birth: JAN_MAR 1781 @ Mossley.
Christening: 11 FEB 1781 Mossley, Lancashire, England
Death:
Burial:
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Parents: Father: THOMAS NIELD - Mother: HANNAH.
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Source Information: IGI Batch No.: C033581 1756 - 1821 0223722 Film 6902299 Film


or perhaps not so likely this Jonathon below:


JONATHON NIELD - Male
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Birth: OCT_DEC 1783 @ Mossley.
Christening: 02 NOV 1783 Mossley, Lancashire, England
Death:
Burial:
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Parents: Father: JOHN NIELD - Mother: MARTHA
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Source Information: IGI Batch No.: C033581 1756 - 1821 0223722 Film 6902299 Film

spouse: Garside, Sarah (1781 - )
- m. 23 AUG 1802 in St. Michael's Church, Ashton-under-Lyne.

Marriage Note

JONATHAN NIELD - Male
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Birth:
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
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Marriages: Spouse: SARAH GARSIDE - Marriage: 23 AUG 1802 Saint Michael, Ashton Under Lyne, Lancashire, England
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Source Information: IGI Batch No.: M005583 1754 - 1800 0547825 Film 6904137 Film
M005583 1801 - 1837 0547826 Film NONE
----------child: Nield, Mary (1802 - 1872)
Nield, Leah (~1734 - ) - female
b. Abt 1734 in Quickwood, Mossley, Saddleworth, Yorks;

father: Nield, John (~1698 - )
mother: Radcliffe, Martha (~1700 - )

Baptism - [date: 13 JAN 1734] [place: Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.]


Nield, Maria Alice (~1871 - ) - female
b. Abt 1871 in Crown Inn. 34 Stamford St. Mossley.

father: Nield, James (~1829 - )
mother: Lawton, Sarah Ann (~1829 - )

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: Crown Inn. 34 Stamford St. Mossley.]


Nield, Martha (~1759 - >1803) - female
b. Abt 1759 in Wickens, Uppermill, Saddleworth.
d. Aft 1803

father: Nield, Nathaniel (~1729 - )
mother: Radcliffe, Hannah (~1733 - )

Baptism - [date: 29 APR 1759] [place: Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.]

spouse: Lawton, Gervase (Jervis) (1756 - >1803)
- m. 23 OCT 1781 in St. Michael's Parish Church, Mottram.

Marriage Note

Gervas Lawton - Male
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Birth: About 1756 Of Stayley, Mottram, Cheshire, England
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
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Marriages: Spouse: Martha Nield - Banns: 23 OCT 1781

GERVASE LAWTON - Male
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Birth:
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
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Marriages: Spouse: MARTHA NIELD - Marriage: 23 OCT 1781 Mottram In Longdendale, Cheshire, England
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Source Information: IGI Marriage Batch No.: M042931 1559 - 1754 0424859 Film 6906776 Film
- M042931 1776 - 1805 0424961 Film NONE


Name: Gervase Lawton - Spouse's Name: Martha Nield - Record Place: , Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire, England - Baptism Date: - Marriage Date: 23 Oct 1781- Burial Date: - Father's Name: - Mother's Name: - Spouse's Father's Name: - Age: - Age of Spouse: - Gender: Male - Marital Status: - Abode: , Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire, England - Page Number: - Image Number: 421 - Film Number: 1736979 - Digital Folder Number: 4018548

----------child: Lawton, James (1782 - 1846)
----------child: Lawton, John (~1783 - )
----------child: Lawton, Gervas (Jervis) (1784 - 1857)
----------child: Lawton, Ann (1787 - )
----------child: Lawton, Robert (1788 - 1792)
----------child: Lawton, Joseph (~1790 - <1861)
----------child: Lawton, Thomas (~1792 - )
----------child: Lawton, George (~1793 - )
----------child: Lawton, Nathaniel (~1796 - 1809)
----------child: Lawton, Hannah (~1798 - 1824)
----------child: Lawton, Luke (1800 - 1823)
----------child: Lawton, Mark (~1802 - )
Nield, Mary (~1723 - ) - female
b. Abt 1723 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

father: Nield, John (~1698 - )
mother: Radcliffe, Martha (~1700 - )

Baptism - [date: 30 JAN 1723] [place: Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.]


Nield, Mary (~1787 - ) - female
b. Abt 1787 in Micklehurst, Mossley, Cheshire.
Daughter of Thomas & Hannah Nield of Mossley

Baptism - [date: 11 MAR 1787] [place: St. George's Parish Church. Mossley.]

spouse: Lawton, George (1780 - 1855)
- m. 13 FEB 1809 in St. Michael's Parish Church, Mottram.

Marriage Note

GEORGE LAWTON - Male
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Birth: 1780
Christening: 08 OCT 1780
Death:
Burial:
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Marriages: Spouse: MARY NIELD - Marriage: 13 FEB 1809 Mottram In Longdendale, Cheshire, England
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Source Information: IGI Batch No.: M042932 1754 - 1775 0424861 Film 6906776 Film
----------child: Lawton, Ned (1810 - )
----------child: Lawton, John (~1811 - )
----------child: Lawton, Ann (~1811 - )
----------child: Lawton, William (~1812 - )
----------child: Lawton, Hannah (~1813 - )
----------child: Lawton, Sarah (~1814 - )
----------child: Lawton, John (~1815 - )
----------child: Lawton, Betty (~1816 - )
----------child: Lawton, George (1817 - )
Nield, Mary (1802 - 1872) - female
b. 04 SEP 1802 in Mossley, Hartshead, Lancashire.
d. 1872 in Mossley, Hartshead, Lancashire.

father: Nield, Jonathon (~1780 - <1816)
mother: Garside, Sarah (1781 - )
Daughter of Jonathon Nield of Brookbottom, Saddleworth, Yorkshire.


1861 - Aged 58 at Chapel Street, Mossley, Hartshead.

In the 1851 Cenus - Joe Lawton and Wife Mary are both aged 49 and living with them is Mother-in-Law "SARAH DYSON" aged 69 and a Widow - I have yet to discover if and when Joe Lawton re-married to a Mary Dyson, But have discovered the death of Sarah Dyson below which seems to fit in with the age of Sarah in 1851.


Cheshire Death indexes for the years: 1859 - DYSON Sarah - Died: aged 76 @ Mossley, Hartshead - Tameside - 1859-HAR/21/14

Occupation -
Clothiers Wife - Housewife - Shopkeeper

Burial - [date: 1872]

Baptism - [date: 17 OCT 1802] [place: St. Michael's Church, Ashton-under-Lyne.]

MARY NIELD - Female
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Birth: 04 SEP 1802
Christening: 17 OCT 1802 Saint Michael, Ashton Under Lyne, Lancashire, England
Death:
Burial:
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Parents: Father: JONATHAN NIELD - Mother: SARAH
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Census - [date: 1841] [place: Mossley, Hartshead, Lancashire.]

1841 - Aged 38 (Clothiers Wife) at Mossley, Hartshead with 5 children and her Mother 'Sarah Dyson' aged 58 living with family.

Census - [date: 1851] [place: Mossley, Hartshead, Lancashire.]

1851 - Aged 48 (Woollen Manufacturer's Wife) at Mossley, with husband Joe Lawton & 5 children, also Widow & Mother "Sarah Dyson" aged 69 of Mossley living with family.

Census - [date: 1861] [place: Chapel Street, Mossley, Harshead, Lancashire.]

1861 - Aged 58, (Clothiers Wife) living at Chapel Street, Mossley.

Census - [date: 1871] [place: Stamford Road. Mossley. Hartshead, Lancashire.]

1871 - Aged 68 years (Shopkeeper) at Stamford Road, Mossley, Hartshead.

Death Note

Cheshire Death indexes for the years: 1872


LAWTON Mary - Died: aged 67 @ Mossley, Hartshead - Tameside - 1872-HAR/33/33

spouse: Lawton, Joe (1802 - 1873)
- m. 31 JUL 1827 in Manchester Cathedral, Lancashire.

Marriage Note

JOSEPH LAWTON - Male
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Birth: 22 OCT 1802 @ Mossley, Hartshead, Lancashire.
Christening: 11 NOV 1802 @ Mossley Methodist New Connection
Death: Died: aged 71 @ Mossley, Hartshead - Tameside - 1873-HAR/33/97
Burial:
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Marriages: Spouse: MARY NIELD - Marriage: 31 JUL 1827 Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire
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----------child: Lawton, Jonathon Nield (1828 - 1892)
----------child: Lawton, John (1830 - 1857)
----------child: Lawton, Charles (1832 - 1903)
----------child: Lawton, Edward (1835 - 1909)
----------child: Lawton, Martha Ann (1839 - 1921)
Nield, Mary (~1807 - ) - female
b. Abt 1807 in Ashton & District, Lancs;

spouse: Lawton, Joseph (~1805 - )
- m. 31 JUL 1827 in Manchester Cathedral. Manchester. Lancs;

Nield, Mary (~1822 - ) - female
b. Abt 1822 in Stalybridge, Hartshead, Lancashire, England.

father: Nield, John (~1797 - )
mother: Lawton, Betty (1797 - )
1851 Census - Spinster, Aged 29 (Cotton Winder) at 49 High St, Dukinfield

Occupation -
Cotton Winder

Census - [date: 1851] [place: 49 High Street, Dukinfield.]

1851 Census - Spinster, Aged 29 (Cotton Winder) at 49 High St, Dukinfield

Nield, Mary L (~1846 - ) - female
b. Abt 1846 in Oldham, Lancashire.

Occupation -
Cotton Weaver

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: 124 Lee Street. Oldham. Lancashire.]

spouse: Lawton, Thomas (1841 - )
- m. Abt 1875 in Bardsley, Holy Trinity Church, Oldham.

----------child: Lawton, Frank (~1874 - )
Nield, Mary Louisa (1854 - 1895) - female
b. 27 FEB 1854 in Mossley, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.
d. 17 NOV 1895 in Bardsley, Nr. Oldham, Lancashire.

Occupation -
Housewife

Burial - [date: OCT_DEC 1895]

Census - [date: 1861] [place: Brookbottom, Mossley, Saddleworth.]

1861 England Census
about Jemima Bartlett
Name: Jemima Bartlett
Age: 31
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1830
Relation: Daughter
Mother's Name: Sarah
Gender: Female
Where born: Michinhampton, Gloucestershire, England


Civil Parish: Ashton Under Lyne
Ecclesiastical parish: Mossley St Geroge
County/Island: Lancashire
Country: England


Street address:


Occupation:


Condition as to marriage: View Image


Registration district: Ashton Under Lyne
Sub registration district: Hartshead
ED, institution, or vessel: 8
Neighbors: View others on page
Household schedule number: 133
Household Members: Name Age
Benjamin Bartlett 22
Jemima Bartlett 31
Sarah Bartlett 70
Sophia Knowles 41

1861 England Census
about Mary L Neild
Name: Mary L Neild
Age: 7
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1854
Relation: Daughter
Father's Name: Charles
Mother's Name: Maria H
Gender: Female
Where born: Saddleworth, Yorkshire, England


Civil Parish: Saddleworth
Ecclesiastical parish: Lydgate St Ann
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England


Street address:


Occupation:


Condition as to marriage: View Image


Registration district: Saddleworth
Sub registration district: Delph
ED, institution, or vessel: 1
Neighbors: View others on page
Household schedule number: 234
Household Members: Name Age
Dolly Neild - Head - 71 - Proprietor of Houses - B: Mossley, Lancs;


Charles Neild - Head - age 42 - General Manager of Cotton Doubling - B: Mossley, Lancashire
Charles E Neild 8 - B: Dukinfield, Cheshire.
Georgiana Neild 16 - Mothers Assistant - B: Saddleworth.
Hilton Neild 15 - Warehouse man - B: Saddleworth
Margaret Neild 3 - B: Saddleworth
Maria H Neild 40 - House Keeper - B: Fairfield, Lancs;
Mary Louisa Neild 7 - Scholar - B: Saddleworth

Census - [date: 1871] [place: Lower Limehurst, Bardsley, Ashton-u-Lyne]

1871 England Census about Mary Louisa Nield


Name: Mary Louisa Nield - Age: 17 - Estimated Birth Year: abt 1854 - Relation: Daughter - Father's Name: Charles - Mother's Name: Jemina - Gender: Female -
Where born: Saddleworth, Yorkshire, England - Civil Parish: Ashton Under Lyne - Ecclesiastical parish: Bardsley Holy Trinity - Town: Smallshaw Ans Wilshaw -
County/Island: Lancashire - Country: England - Street address: Lower Limehurst, Bardsley, Ashton-u-Lyne - Occupation: ?? - Condition as to marriage: sPINSTER -
Registration district: Ashton Under Lyne - Sub registration district: Hartshead - ED: 18 - Household schedule number: 55


Household Members: Name Age
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Ada Nield 12 - Niece - B: Mottram, Cheshire.
Annie Maria Nield 1 - B: Ashton-u-Lyne, Lancashire.
Charles Nield - Head - age 52 -Cotton Warehouse Manager - B: Mossley, Lancashire.
Charles Edward Nield 18 - Clerk - B: Dukinfield, Cheshire
Jemina Nield 41 - B: Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire
Margaret Nield 13 - Machinist - B: Saddleworth, Yorkshire.
Mary Louisa Nield 17 _Shop Assistant - B: Saddleworth, Yorkshire.
Sarah Sophia Nield 22 - Hat Trimmer - B: Stayley, Cheshire.

Census - [date: 1881] [place: Buckley St. Oaken Clough, Limehurst.]

Census - [date: 1891] [place: No.25 Buckley Place, Taunton, Limehurst, Ashton-u-Lyne]

Death Note

Cheshire Death indexes for the years: 1895


LAWTON Mary Louisa - Died: aged 41 @ Knott Lanes, Bardsley - Tameside - 1895-KNO/21/21

spouse: Lawton, Thomas (1853 - ~1901)
- m. 21 SEP 1875 in Ashton

----------child: Lawton, Thomas (1885 - 1969)
----------child: Lawton, Marion (1887 - 1973)
----------child: Lawton, Charles (1889 - )
----------child: Lawton, Harold (1892 - )
Nield, Nathaniel (~1729 - ) - male
b. Abt 1729 in Quickwood, Mossley, Saddleworth, Yorks;

father: Nield, John (~1698 - )
mother: Radcliffe, Martha (~1700 - )
Son of John (Shoemaker) and Martha Nield of Quickwood.

Occupation -
Clothier

Baptism - [date: 14 DEC 1729] [place: Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.]

spouse: Radcliffe, Hannah (~1733 - )
- m. 31 DEC 1758 in Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.

----------child: Nield, Martha (~1759 - >1803)
----------child: Nield, Esther (~1760 - )
----------child: Nield, John (~1760 - )
----------child: Nield, David (~1763 - )
----------child: Nield, John (~1764 - )
----------child: Nield, Thomas (~1765 - )
Nield, Sarah (~1735 - ) - female
b. Abt 1735 in Quickwood, Mossley, Saddleworth, Yorks;

father: Nield, John (~1698 - )
mother: Radcliffe, Martha (~1700 - )

Baptism - [date: 23 NOV 1735] [place: Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.]


Nield, Sarah (~1764 - ) - female
b. Abt 1764 in Hollingworth, Mottram Parish, Cheshire.

spouse: Lawton, Gervase (~1760 - 1821)
- m. 14 FEB 1784 in St. Michael's Parish Church, Mottram.

Marriage Note

Gervas Lawton - Male
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Birth: About 1758 Of Hollingworth, Mottram, Cheshire, England
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
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Marriages: Spouse: Sarah Nield - Banns: 16 FEB 1784

----------child: Lawton, George (1784 - )
----------child: Lawton, Sally (1786 - )
----------child: Lawton, Hugh (1788 - )
----------child: Lawton, Hannah (1790 - )
----------child: Lawton, Henry (1792 - 1794)
----------child: Lawton, Jenny (1796 - )
Nield, Thomas (~1737 - ) - male
b. Abt 1737 in Quickwood, Mossley, Saddleworth, Yorks;

father: Nield, John (~1698 - )
mother: Radcliffe, Martha (~1700 - )

Baptism - [date: 22 MAY 1737] [place: Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.]


Nield, Thomas (~1738 - ) - male
b. Abt 1738 in Quickwood, Mossley, Saddleworth, Yorks;

father: Nield, John (~1698 - )
mother: Radcliffe, Martha (~1700 - )

Baptism - [date: 04 OCT 1738] [place: Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.]


Nield, Thomas (~1765 - ) - male
b. Abt 1765 in Heys Farm, Butt Lane, Linfitts, Delph.

father: Nield, Nathaniel (~1729 - )
mother: Radcliffe, Hannah (~1733 - )

Baptism - [date: 29 SEP 1765] [place: Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.]


Nield, Thomas (~1837 - ) - male
b. Abt 1837 in Dukinfield, Cheshire.

father: Nield, John (~1797 - )
mother: Lawton, Betty (1797 - )
1851 - Aged 14 (Scholar) at 49 High St, Dukinfield

Census - [date: 1851 CENSUS] [place: 49 High Street, Dukinfield.]


Nield, William Edward (1859 - ) - male
b. APR_JUN 1859 in Furnace Street, Dukinfield, Cheshire.
Son of John & Caroline Nield of Dukinfield & Mount. Pleasant, Mossley.
1881 - Aged 22 (Bread Baker) at Dukinfield, Cheshire.
1901 - Aged 42 (Cardroom Hand) at 143 Stockport Road, Mossley.
According to Free BMD - William Edward Nield married Mary Jane Lawton in June 1885 at Saddleworth - 9a/347

Occupation -
Cotton Cardroom Operator

Census - [date: 1910 CENSUS] [place: 143 Stockport Road, Mossley,]

spouse: Lawton, Mary Jane (1865 - )
- m. 13 APR 1885 in St. John the Baptist Church, Roughtown,

Mar. License - [date: 1885-CE17/1/80] [place: Tameside BMD Registry Office, Dukinfield, Cheshire.]

----------child: Nield, John William (~1893 - )
Norman, Alice (~1870 - ) - female
b. Abt 1870 in Birmingham, Warwickshire. England.

Occupation -
Cloth Worker

spouse: Lawton, Thomas (1868 - )
- m. 12 APR 1894 in St. Mark's Church, Birmingham.

----------child: Lawton, Thomas (1897 - 1976)
----------child: Lawton, Joseph (~1898 - )
----------child: Lawton, William (~1900 - )
----------child: Lawton, Margaret (~1901 - )
----------child: Lawton, Ethel Maude (~1903 - )
----------child: Lawton, Ann Penn (~1903 - )
Norris, Emma Jane (~1849 - <1895) - female
b. Abt 1849 in Stayley, Cheshire, England.
d. Bef 1895

Occupation -
Housewife

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: 18 Princess St. Hurst, Ashton-u-Lyne.]

spouse: Lawton, Charles (1848 - 1927)
- m. JUL_SEP 1871 in Ashton & Districts

Mar. License - [place: (Not Verified)]

----------child: Lawton, William (~1872 - )
----------child: Lawton, Elizabeth Ann (~1874 - )
----------child: Lawton, Herbert (~1876 - )
----------child: Lawton, Josiah (1878 - )
----------child: Lawton, Emma Jane (1880 - )
North, Susannah (~1808 - ) - female
b. Abt 1808 in Wathamstow, Essex

Census - [date: 1891] [place: No.411 Middleton Road, Chadderton]

spouse: Lunn, Joseph (~1805 - )
- m. 04 DEC 1828 in Almondbury, Yorkshire.

----------child: Lunn, James (~1833 - )
----------child: Lunn, Maria (~1836 - )
----------child: Lunn, Mary Ann (1838 - 1904)
----------child: Lunn, Elizabeth (~1841 - )
----------child: Lunn, Charlotte (~1844 - )
Nutter, John (~1774 - ) - male
b. Abt 1774 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

spouse: Lawton, Mary (~1778 - )
- m. 07 MAY 1798 in Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.

of, George Lawton Castleshaw. (~1675 - ) - male
b. Abt 1675 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

spouse:
----------child: Lawton, George (~1697 - )
----------child: Lawton, Sarah (~1700 - )
----------child: Lawton, Thomas (~1703 - )
of, James Lawton Greaves. (~1765 - ) - male
b. Abt 1765 in Greaves, Wall Hill, Dobcross, Saddlewth;

Occupation -
Clothier

spouse: Lawton, Hannah ? (~1770 - )
- m. Abt 1787 in Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.

----------child: Lawton, Sally (~1788 - )
----------child: Lawton, John (~1790 - )
----------child: Lawton, Ann (~1793 - )
Ogden, Adam (~1745 - ) - male
b. Abt 1745 in Sojourner

spouse: Lawton, Mary (~1750 - )
- m. 22 JUN 1769 in Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.

Ogden, Alice (~1739 - 1764) - female
b. Abt 1739 in Tamewater, Dobcross, Saddleworth.
d. 18 APR 1764 in White Lee, Lane Head, Friezland, Sadd:
Daughter of Abraham & Betty Ogden (Miller) Tamewater, Dobcross.

Burial - [date: 21 APR 1764] [place: St. Chad's Saddleworth Churchyard.]

Baptism - [date: 18 JUL 1736] [place: Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.]

spouse: Tomson, John (~1723 - )
- m. 04 OCT 1759 in Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.

----------child: Thomson, Betty (~1759 - 1822)
----------child: Tomson, Alice (~1762 - )
----------child: Tomson, James (~1764 - b1765)
Ogden, Alice (1765 - ) - female
b. 30 APR 1765 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

Baptism - [date: 1765] [place: Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.]

spouse: Lawton, Jonathon (1768 - )
----------child: Lawton, Samuel (1786 - )
Ogden, Betrice (~1880 - ) - female
b. Abt 1880 in Stockport Rd. Quickview, Mossley

mother: Ogden, Elizabeth Ann (~1854 - )
Illegitimate daughter of Elizabeth Ann Ogden (Spinster) aged 27 Grand Step-daughter of Jonathon Nield Schofield.

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: Stockport Rd. Quickview, Mossley]


Ogden, Elizabeth Ann (~1854 - ) - female
b. Abt 1854 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

father: Schofield, Jonathon Nield (~1835 - 1911)
mother: Ogden, Mary Ann (Inchcliffe) (~1835 - <1881)
Daughter of Mary Ann Ogden from 1st Marriage.

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: Stockport Rd. Quickview, Mossley]

spouse:
----------child: Ogden, Betrice (~1880 - )
Ogden, George (~1825 - ) - male
b. Abt 1825 in Ashton & Districts

spouse: Lawton, Helen (~1827 - )
- m. Abt 1852 in St. Michael's Parish Church, Mottram.

Mar. License - [date: CE31/4/480] [place: Tameside BMD Registry Office, Dukinfield, Cheshire.]


Ogden, John J (~1890 - ) - male
b. Abt 1890 in Waterhead, Saddleworth

spouse: Lawton, Alice (~1890 - )
- m. 1910 in Waterhead, Holy Trinity, Saddleworth.

Mar. License - [date: CE246/3/480] [place: Oldham BMD Registry Office.]


Ogden, Martha (~1910 - ) - female
b. Abt 1910 in Mossley, Hartshead, Lancashire.
Only daughter of Mr. & Mrs. W.R. Ogden, Post Office, Upper Mossley. Granddaughter of the Seth Radcliffe of Mossley Post Office.

The Mossley and Saddleworth Reporter - 31st December 1932.


Wedding at Mossley - A Stalybridge bridegroom.


A pretty wedding took place at the Christian Church, Stamford Road, Mossley, on Boxing day, the bride being Miss Martha OGDEN, only daughter of Mr and Mrs W.R. OGDEN, Post Office, Upper Mossley, and grand-daughter of the late Mr Seth RADCLIFFE, whose family connection with the Upper Mossley Post Office extends to 43 years' service, and Mr Gilbert LAWTON, second son of Mr and Mrs I. LAWTON, of the Post Office, Carrbrook, Stalybridge.


The parents of both bride and bridegroom are members of old Mossley families, and have lifelong connections with the Christian Church and School.


The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Fred KENWORTHY, M.A., B.A., late of Mossley [now of Accrington], a friend of the bride and bridegroom. The bride was dressed in pink panne satin beaute with cap, shoes, and stockings to match, and she carried a bouquet of pink carnations.


She was attended as bridesmaid by her cousin Miss Edith RADCLIFFE, who was dressed in oyster panne satin beaute, and carried a bouquet of anemones and lilies of the valley.


The duties of best man were carried out by Mr John LAWTON, brother of the bridegroom, and the groomsmen were Mr J. A. OGDEN and Mr H. BARKER. The reception was held in the schoolroom, and luncheon was served to 40 guests, after which the bride and bridegroom left for Blackpool. They will reside in Manor Street, Upper Mossley.

Census - [date: 1901] [place: Post Office, Brookbottom, Mossley.]

spouse: Lawton, Gilbert (1904 - )
- m. 26 DEC 1932 in Christian Church, Stamford Rd, Mossley.

Marriage Note

The Mossley and Saddleworth Reporter - 31st December 1932.


Wedding at Mossley - A Stalybridge bridegroom.


A pretty wedding took place at the Christian Church, Stamford Road, Mossley, on Boxing day, the bride being Miss Martha OGDEN, only daughter of Mr and Mrs W.R. OGDEN, Post Office, Upper Mossley, and grand-daughter of the late Mr Seth RADCLIFFE, whose family connection with the Upper Mossley Post Office extends to 43 years' service, and Mr Gilbert LAWTON, second son of Mr and Mrs I. LAWTON, of the Post Office, Carrbrook, Stalybridge.
The parents of both bride and bridegroom are members of old Mossley families, and have lifelong connections with the Christian Church and School.
The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Fred KENWORTHY, M.A., B.A., late of Mossley [now of Accrington], a friend of the bride and bridegroom. The bride was dressed in pink panne satin beaute with cap, shoes, and stockings to match, and she carried a bouquet of pink carnations.
She was attended as bridesmaid by her cousin Miss Edith RADCLIFFE, who was dressed in oyster panne satin beaute, and carried a bouquet of anemones and lilies of the valley.
The duties of best man were carried out by Mr John LAWTON, brother of the bridegroom, and the groomsmen were Mr J. A. OGDEN and Mr H. BARKER. The reception was held in the schoolroom, and luncheon was served to 40 guests, after which the bride and bridegroom left for Blackpool. They will reside in Manor Street, Upper Mossley.


Ogden, Mary Ann (Inchcliffe) (~1835 - <1881) - female
b. Abt 1835 in Huddersfield, Yorkshire.
d. Bef 1881 in Stockport Rd, Mossley, Saddleworth.
Mary Ann Ogden was a widow when she married Johnathon Nield Schofield and brought a daughter Elizabeth Ann Ogden with her to the family.

Census - [date: 1871] [place: Stockport Rd. Quickview, Mossley]

spouse: Schofield, Jonathon Nield (~1835 - 1911)
- m. Abt 1859 in St. Michael's Church, Ashton-under-Lyne.

Marriage Note

Cheshire Marriage indexes for the years: 1856 to 1860 - OGDEN * Mary Ann - Married - SCHOFIELD Jonathan Nield @ Ashton under Lyne, St Michael's - Tameside
- 1859-CE4/13/349


(Formerly) - INCHLIFFE, Mary Ann - Married - SCHOFIELD, Jonathan Nield @ Ashton under Lyne, St Michael's - Tameside - 1859-CE4/13/349

----------child: Ogden, Elizabeth Ann (~1854 - )
----------child: Schofield, Martha Elizabeth (~1860 - )
Ogden, Mary Hannah (~1851 - ) - female
b. Abt 1851 in Saddleworth, Yorkshire.

spouse: Lawton, Samuel (~1850 - )
- m. JUL_SEP 1871 in Dobcross, Holy Trinity Church, Saddleworth.

Mar. License - [date: 1871-CE211/1/136] [place: Oldham BMD Registry Office.]


Ogden, Sarah (~1805 - ) - female
b. Abt 1805 in Saddleworth or Rochdale

spouse: Lawton, Joseph (~1803 - )
- m. 18 APR 1825 in Rochdale, St. Chad's Parish Church.

Older, Robert Lawton the (~1608 - 1690) - male
b. Abt 1608 in Stayley, Mottram & Districts
d. 19 APR 1690 in Stayley, Cheshire, England.
Last Will Testament signed 1687 - Witnesses: Oliver Winterbotham & James Newton (Servant)

Burial - [date: APR_JUN 1690] [place: Mottram Chruch ??]

Probate - [date: 12 SEP 1690] [place: Stayley, Mottram Parish, Cheshire.]

Signatures to the Inventory of Goods & Chattles of Robert Lawton's Will:


JAMES BUCKLEY, JOHN BUCKLEY, HUGH LAWTON & GEORGE LAWTON. (12th September 1690)

Will - [date: 23 JAN 1687] [place: Stayley, Mottram Parish, Cheshire.]

ROBERT_LAWTON_WILL_1690


196. - ROBERT LAWTON THE OLDER OF STAYLEY (YEOMAN ) 1687


Will Signed: 23rd January 1687 - Inventory: 19th April 1690 - Probate: 12th September 1690
(CRO: WS Supra 1690)


LAST WILL & TESTAMENT of ROBERT LAWTON the OLDER of STAYLEY. - 23rd January 1687


In the Name of God, AMEN, this Three and Twentieth day January in the third yeare of the Reigne of our Sovereign Lord King James the Second over England, and in the year of our Lord 1687.


I ROBERT LAWTON the Older of Stayley, being aged and infirme, and not knowing how soone
The Lord may putt a period to my natural life and being of good remembrance praised be God for it, be my mind to settle things in order, doe hereby make, constitute and ordaine this to be my Last Will and Testament in manner and form following. First and principally I bequeath my Soul to Almighty God my Creator and Redeemer trusting and believing through the merritts of Christ alone for the retribution and full pardon of all my sins and the eternal salvation of my precious soul, And I commit my body to his care to be buryed in decent manner at the discretion of my Executors hereafter named. And now forsuch Goods, Chattels and Cattle and Personal as the Lord hath blessed me with, I will and devise the same as followeth. Vizt: First it is my Will and Mind that my Debts and Funeral expenses be paid out of my whole estate.


First I give and bequeath unto my son JOHN LAWTON the summe of Ten Pounds to be paid him by my executors hereafter named.


ITEM: I give unto my daughter ELLEN LAWTON wife of EDMUND NEWTON the summe of One Shilling.
ITEM: I give and bequeath unto my son HUGH LAWTON the summe of Four Pounds.
ITEM: I give and bequeath unto my son GEORGE LAWTON the summe of Ten Pounds to be paid as aforesaid.
ITEM. I give and bequeath unto my son JERVACE LAWTON the summe of Ten Pounds
ITEM. I give unto my daughter ELIZABETH LAWTON wife of JOHN KINDAR the summe of One Shilling.
ITEM: It is my Will and Mind that Five Pounds out of my said estate shall be and remain in my executors hands to be distributed by them for the use and behoofe of MARGARET LAWTON daughter of my son HUGH LAWTON at the discretion of my said executors and as she ?????? . ITEM: I give unto ELIZABETH LAWTON daughter of my son JERVACE LAWTON the summe of Five Shillings:
ITEM: It is my Will and Mind that all the rest of my grandchildren beside those already named shall have Twelve Pence apiece paid them by my executors. And I give unto my son ROBERT LAWTON all my Cartes, Plowes, Harrowes and Yokes and Teams and Table in the house which turns up in the old manner, for his use as Hayre Loomes.


It is my will and mind and I give and bequeath unto JANE NEWTON my Servant, the summe of One Shilling. And I also give unto my Servant OLIVER WINTERBOTHAM the summe of One Shilling.


And I do Constitute, ordaine and assign my Two Sons, ROBERT LAWTON and JOHN LAWTON to be my Executors, trusting and reposing confidence in them that they will take care that that tis my Last Will and Testament be duly observed and performed in manner and form as is above expressed. An I f??? and make voyed all former and other Wills heretofore by me made whether in word or writing, And do publish and declare this to be my Last Will and Testament.


ROBERT LAWTON (his mark and seal)


Sealed and Delivered and Declared by the Testator to be his Last Will, in the presence of:


OLIVER WINTERBOTHAM (his mark) X
JAMES NEWTON (his mark) X


INVENTORY - Sum Total - Pounds - 88 -1 Shilling & 8 pennies.


(NOTE: Whilst son's John & Robert Lawton were named Executors, it was his son's Hugh Lawton and George Lawton that completed the Inventory of Goods & Chattles, along with James Buckley and John Buckley)

spouse: Smith, Ellen (~1610 - )
- m. 15 JUN 1630 in St. Michael's Parish Church, Mottram.

Marriage Note

ROBERT LAWTON - Male
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Birth:
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
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Marriages: Spouse: ELLEN SMITHE - Marriage: 15 JUN 1630 Mottram In Longdendale, Cheshire, England
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Source Information: IGI Batch No.: M042931 1559 - 1754 0424859 Film 6906776 Film
M042931 1776 - 1805 0424961 Film NONE
----------child: Lawton, Margaret (Mgrett) (1631 - )
----------child: Lawton, Robert (~1632 - )
----------child: Lawton, John (1635 - )
----------child: Lawton, Mary (~1639 - )
----------child: Lawton, Elizabeth (~1642 - 1642)
----------child: Lawton, Anne (Loton) (1644 - )
----------child: Lawton, Hugh (~1644 - )
----------child: Lawton, George (Looton) (1645 - )
----------child: Lawton, Gervas (Jervice) (1647 - )
----------child: Lawton, Elizabeth (~1651 - )
----------child: Lawton, Ellen (~1662 - )
Oldfield, William (~1880 - ) - male
b. Abt 1880 in Ashton & Districts

spouse: Buckley, Mary Elizabeth Lawton (~1880 - )
- m. 1901 in Ashton Registry Office (Civil Marriage)

Mar. License - [date: 1901-RM/96/45] [place: Tameside BMD Registry Office, Dukinfield, Cheshire.]


Oldham, Alice (~1820 - ) - female
b. Abt 1820 in Mottram Parish

spouse: Lawton, John (~1818 - )
- m. Abt 1840 in St. Michael's Parish Church, Mottram.

Oldham, Harriet (~1847 - ) - female
b. Abt 1847 in Derbyshire, England.
1881 - Aged 34 (Cotton Reeler) at 45 Wood End, Crompton.


1891 - Aged 44 - Harriet May, (Widow) Grocer

Occupation -
Cotton Reeler & Grocer

Census - [date: 1851] [place: ?]

Census - [date: 1861] [place: ?]

Census - [date: 1871] [place: Moorcroft, Castleshaw, Saddleworth]

1871 - Aged 25 at Moorcroft, Castleshaw (Woollen Slubber's Wife)

Census - [date: 1881] [place: 45 Wood End. Shaw & Crompton. Lancs.]

Census - [date: 1891] [place: No.34 Jackson Street, Oldham]

spouse: Lawton, Giles (1835 - 1881)
- m. JAN_MAR 1865 in Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.

Mar. License - [date: JAN_MAR 1865] [place: 1865-CE243/4/48 - Oldham]

Marriage Note

LAWTON Giles - Married - OLDHAM Harriet @ Saddleworth, St. Chad's - Oldham - 1865-CE243/4/48


Giles Lawton - Male
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Birth: 26 MAY 1836 Saddleworth, Yorkshire, England
Christening:
Death: 28 AUG 1881
Burial:
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Marriages: Spouse: Harriet Baxter Oldham -
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Source Information: IGI Film Number: 170516 - Page Number: - Reference number: 1010

----------child: Lawton, Janet Ann (1866 - )
----------child: Lawton, Esther Jane (~1868 - b1904)
----------child: Lawton, Edna Helena (1870 - )
----------child: Lawton, Mary Miranda (1872 - b1874)
----------child: Lawton, Armitage (1874 - )
----------child: Lawton, Clara Caroline (1874 - )
----------child: Lawton, Florence Mary (~1877 - )
----------child: Lawton, Harriet H (~1879 - )
Oldroyd, John (~1808 - ) - male
b. Abt 1808 in Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.

spouse: Lawton, Sarah (1812 - )
- m. 09 MAY 1832 in St. Michael's Church, Ashton-under-Lyne.

Marriage Note

SARAH LAWTON - Female
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Birth:
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
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Marriages: - Spouse: JOHN OLDROYD
Marriage: 09 MAY 1832 Saint Michael, Ashton Under Lyne, Lancashire, England
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Source Information: IGI Marriage Batch No.: M005583 1754 - 1800 0547825 Film 6904137 Film

Oliver, Mary (~1848 - ) - female
b. Abt 1848 in Stalybridge, Cheshire, England

Occupation -
Housewife

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: 53 Read St. Stockport. Cheshire]

spouse: Lawton, Samuel (~1846 - )
- m. APR_JUN 1869 in Castle Hall, Holy Trinity, Stalybridge.

----------child: Lawton, Samuel (~1869 - )
----------child: Lawton, James (~1872 - )
----------child: Lawton, Alfred (~1874 - )
----------child: Lawton, Arthur (~1877 - )
Olliver, Hannah (~1750 - ) - female
b. Abt 1750 in Stayley, Cheshire, England.

spouse: Lawton, James (~1746 - )
- m. 17 OCT 1771 in Stayley, Cheshire, England.

----------child: Lawton, John (~1772 - b1837)
----------child: Lawton, James (~1774 - )
----------child: Lawton, Robert (~1777 - )
----------child: Lawton, Molly (~1779 - )
----------child: Lawton, Hannah (~1781 - )
----------child: Lawton, Joseph (~1784 - 1784)
----------child: Lawton, Kitty (~1784 - )
----------child: Lawton, Sally (~1786 - )
----------child: Lawton, Joseph (~1788 - 1848)
----------child: Lawton, Jenny (1793 - )
Orme, Harriet (~1840 - ) - female
b. Abt 1840 in Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.

spouse: Lawton, Enoch (~1838 - )
- m. Abt 1863 in Saddleworth, St. Chad's Parish Church.

Mar. License - [date: CE243/4/17] [place: Oldham BMD Registry Office.]

----------child: Lawton, Minnie (1865 - )
----------child: Lawton, Frank (1867 - )
----------child: Lawton, Clara (1871 - )
----------child: , Living (*1872 - )
Orme, Patience (~1800 - ) - female
b. Abt 1800 in Wakefield, Yorkshire.

spouse: Crossley, William (~1788 - )
- m. 29 AUG 1825 in Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.

Ormrod, Margaret (~1835 - 1892) - female
b. Abt 1835 in Westhoughton. Lancs.
d. 18 NOV 1892 in Wall Hill Bottoms. Dobcross, Saddleworth
St Mark's, Cheetham, Manchester after banns published. Joseph Shotwell LAWTON (34) bachelor, manufacturer, Green Lane, Saddleworth. Father - John LAWTON, manufacturer. and Margaret ORMROD (26) Spinster and Servant of Strangeways. Father - Peter ORMROD - Grocer Both signed own signature:Witnesses:James GARTHWAITEMathias THERRESS? 1871 Census - Age 35 at Setstones, Thurston Clough - Farmers Wife.

Occupation -
Woollen Weaver

Burial - [date: 22 NOV 1892] [place: St. Chad's Saddleworth Churchyard.]

Census - [date: 1881 CENSUS] [place: Wall Hill Clough. Dobcross. Saddleworth.]

spouse: Lawton, Joseph Shotwell (1825 - 1882)
- m. 20 JUN 1861 in St. Mark's Church, Cheetham, Manchester

Marriage Note

Marriage Register: - LAWTON Joseph S & ORMROD Margaret - @ Manchester, Cheetham, St. Mark's - Manchester - 1861-37/1/120


James YOUNG as far as we know was born c1808 and c1814 - when he was at your
LAWTON house in 1871 he said he was born in Morecambe Bay and a Tanner, in
the 1881 census he said he was born in Lancaster - Simeon and James could be
brothers but born in two entirely separate locations!


It is amazing that Simeon and family were the only YOUNG's in Saddleworth, I
wonder where this family was in 1851 1861 1871


I now have the details of your LAWTON marriage:


St Mark's, Cheetham after banns
Joseph Hotwell LAWTON 34 bachelor, manufacturer, Green Lane Saddleworth. - Father - John LAWTON, manufacturer - Married - Margrat ORMROD age 26 spinster servant, Strangeways. Father - Peter ORMROD, - grocer - Both signed own signature: Witnesses: James GARTHWAITE - Mathias THERRESS?


So unless I can find the maiden name old James YOUNG's wife Eliza YOUNG who
died in 1872 at Thurston Clough if I remember she was either 44 or 48
years - James YOUNG junior was born 1845/6 in Manchester so I expect the
marriage was around this time, will have to try and locate his birth then
maybe we might get somewhere, this James YOUNG junior also went back to
Manchester after 1905 as his father had done many years earlier...


All the best and look forward to hearing from you.


Best regards


Gillian

----------child: Lawton, Charles (Charley) (1862 - 1883)
----------child: Lawton, Edwin (~1865 - 1887)
Ousey, Betty (~1790 - ) - female
b. Abt 1790 in Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.

spouse: Lawton, Thomas (~1785 - )
- m. 04 JAN 1810 in St. Michael's Church, Ashton-under-Lyne.

Marriage Note

THOMAS LAWTON - Male
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Birth:
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
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Marriages: Spouse: BETTY OUSEY - Marriage: 04 JAN 1810 Saint Michael, Ashton Under Lyne, Lancashire, England
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Source Information: IGI Batch No.: M005583 1754 - 1800 0547825 Film 6904137 Film
M005583 1801 - 1837 0547826 Film NONE


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