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Descendants of James Howorth

James HOWORTH, m. 1 Oct 1780 at St. Mary, Bury, Lancashire, Ellen CHESTER. At his marriage in 1780, a weaver, of Bury St. Mary; the witnesses were Booth HOWORTH (relationship unknown) and George BUCKLEY. At his son's baptism in 1781, of Chesham, Bury. [ref. 1a]
  1. George Chester HAWORTH, b. 25 Jan 1781, chr. 28 Jan 1781 at St. Mary, Bury, m. 21 Nov 1803 at St. Mary, Bury, Betty THORNLEY, k. in an accident, bur. 9 Jan 1828 at St. Mary, Bury. At his marriage in 1803, a weaver, of Bury St. Mary. At his children's baptisms in 1808 and 1810, of Bury. At his son's baptism in 1813, a servant, of Bury. At his children's baptisms in 1815 and 1817, a weaver, of Bury. At his son's baptism in 1820, a servant man, of Bury. At his son's baptism in 1822, a weaver, of Bury. At his death in 1828, of Bury. Posthumously in 1839, at the marriages of his sons Richard and Thomas, respectively a warehouseman and a cotton salesman. Posthumously in 1841, at the second marriage of his daughter Eliza, a warehouseman. Posthumously in 1853, at the second marriage of his son John, a groom. [ref. 1a,1f,1m,2a,5i]
    1. John HAWORTH, b. ca. 1804 at Bury, m1. 14 Aug 1825 at St. Mary, Deane, Lancashire, Martha SEDDON (b. ca. 1806 at Prestwich, Lancashire), m2. 26 Oct 1853 at St. Mary, Bury, m2. reg. Q4 1853 at Bury R.D., Jane UNSWORTH (b. ca. 1814 at Winwick, Lancashire, daughter of Ralph UNSWORTH, a shopkeeper), d. 30 Mar 1877 at 18 Foundry Street, Bury, d. reg. Q1 1877 at Bury R.D. At his children's baptisms in 1826 and 1828, a calico printer, of Outwood, a section of Pilkington township in the parish of Prestwich. At his daughter's baptism in 1832, a printer, of Outwood. In 1841, a journeyman block printer, living at Pilkington with his wife Martha and their children Ann, George, James, Sarah, Elizabeth, and Martha. At his son's baptism in 1846, a waste buyer, of Tottington, in the parish of Bury. In 1851, a cotton waste dealer, living at 76 Georgiana Street, Bury, with his wife Martha, their children George, Elizabeth, Martha, John, Richard, Robert, and Sarah, their grandson Thomas HAWORTH, Martha's brother Robert SEDDON (b. ca. 1837 at Bury), and a general servant. At his son's marriage in 1852, a cotton waste dealer. At his second marriage in 1853, a traveller, of Bury; Jane was of Elton; Thomas HALLGATE was a witness. In 1861, a commission agent, living at 24 Foundry Street, Bury, with his wife Jane, his sons John Richard, and Robert, and his mother. In 1871, a cotton and waste dealer, living at 24 Foundry Street, Bury, with his wife Jane, his son Robert, and his (or Jane's) nieces Ellen JACKSON (a heald knitter, b. ca. 1850 at St. Helens, Lancashire) and Jane PYE (a general domestic servant, b. ca. 1852 at St. Helens). At his death in 1877, a cotton waste dealer, of 18 Foundry Street, formerly of 24 Foundry Street. Will proved 27 Sep 1877 by his son Robert; effects under £200. In 1881, Jane was an annuitant, living at 17 Ingham Street, Bury, with her stepson Robert. [ref. 1a,1e,1h,1j,1k,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,5a,8a,8d]
      1. Ann HAWORTH, b. 27 Aug 1826 in Lancashire, chr. 10 Dec 1826 at the New Jerusalemite church, Top o' th' Brow, Ringley, a chapelry in Prestwich parish. In 1841, living with her parents. [ref. 1h,3a]
      2. George Chester HAWORTH, b. 7 Sep 1828 at Prestwich, chr. 14 Dec 1828 at the New Jerusalemite church, Ringley, m. 24 Nov 1852 at St. Mary, Bury, m. reg. Q4 1852 at Bury R.D., Rachel WHITTAKER (a minor at her marriage in 1852, daughter of William WHITTAKER, a printer), d. reg. Q1 1854 at Bury R.D. (Birtle subdistrict). In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, a clogger, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1852, a clogger, of Bury; Rachel was also of Bury; William WHITTAKER (probably Rachel's father) was a witness. [ref. 1a,1h,3a,3b,5a,5b2]
      3. James HOWARTH, b. ca. 1830 in Lancashire. In 1841, living with his parents. [ref. 3a]
      4. Sarah HOWARTH, b. ca. 1832 in Lancashire, chr. 1 Nov 1832 at St. John the Evangelist, Farnworth, in Deane parish. In 1841, living with her parents. At her son's baptism in 1847, of Radcliffe, Lancashire. [ref. 1k,1z,3a]
        1. Thomas HAWORTH, b. 5 Apr 1847 at Bury, b. reg. Q2 1847 at Bury R.D. (Radcliffe subdistrict), chr. 17 Oct 1847 at St. Thomas, Radcliffe. In 1851, living with his grandparents. [ref. 1z,3b,5a,5b2]
      5. Elizabeth HAWORTH, b. ca. 1836 at Prestwich. In 1841 and 1851, living with her parents. [ref. 3a,3b]
      6. Martha HAWORTH, b. ca. 1839 at Prestwich, b. reg. Q2 1839 at Bury R.D. (Pilkington subdistrict). In 1841 and 1851, living with her parents. [ref. 3a,3b,5a,5b2]
      7. John HAWORTH, b. ca. 1841 at Pilkington or Prestwich, b. reg. 1841 at Bury R.D. (Pilkington subdistrict). In 1851, living with his parents. In 1861, a coach painter, living with his father and stepmother. [ref. 3b,3c,5b2]
      8. Richard Seddon HAWORTH, b. ca. 1844 at Ainsworth or Prestwich, b. reg. Q1 1844 at Bury R.D. (Elton subdistrict). In 1851, living with his parents. In 1861, a coach painter, living with his father and stepmother. [ref. 3b,3c,5a,5b2]
      9. Robert HAWORTH, b. 11 May 1846 at Leemans Hill, Woolfold, Bury, or Prestwich, b. reg. Q2 1846 at Bury R.D. (Elton subdistrict), chr. 2 Dec 1846 at the New Jerusalemite church, Kearsley, in Deane parish, d. reg. Q1 1891 at Bury R.D. In 1851, living with his parents. In 1861, a bookkeeper, living with his father and stepmother. In 1871, a cotton and waste dealer, living with his father and stepmother. In 1877, a cotton waste dealer, of 18 Foundry Street, Bury, an executor of his father's will. In 1881, a waste dealer, living with his stepmother. [ref. 1j,3b,3c,3d,3e,5a,5b2,8a,8d]
      10. Sarah Ann HAWORTH, b. ca. 1849 at Prestwich, b. reg. Q2 1849 at Bury R.D. (Tottington subdistrict). In 1851, living with her parents. [ref. 3b,5a,5b2]
    2. Ellen HAWORTH, b. ca. 1807 at Bury, m. 3 Oct 1831 at the Collegiate Church, Manchester, Edmund Dixon HOPPER (b. ca. 1809 at Bishopdale or Bolton Bridge, Yorkshire, m2. reg. Q2 1853 at Bury R.D., Isabella ISHERWOOD [b. ca. 1815 at Slaidburn, Yorkshire, d. reg. Q2 1887 at Bury R.D.], d. reg. Q2 1883 at Bury R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1852 at Bury R.D. At his marriage in 1831, Edmund was a tailor; Ellen's brother George was a witness. In 1841, living at Fleet Street, Bury, with her husband Edmund (a tailor) and their daughters Isabella and Eliza. In 1851, living at Barritts Yard, Bury, with her husband Edmund (a tailor employing three journeymen) and their daughters Eliza, Betsy, and Ellenor. At his daughter's marriage in 1860, Edmund was a tailor. In 1861, Edmund was a tailor employing one man, living at 6 Eden Street, Bury, with his wife Isabella, their daughters Sarah and Elizabeth, and his brother Humphrey HOPPER (an outdoor laborer, b. ca. 1807 at Bolton Bridge, d. reg. Q2 1863 at Bury R.D.). In 1871, Edmund was a tailor, living at 6 Eden Street, Bury, with his wife Isabella, their daughters Sarah and Elizabeth, and his sister Jane. In 1881, Edmund was a tailor, living at 37 Parsons Lane, Bury, with his wife Isabella, their daughter Elizabeth, and Elizabeth's husband and daughter. [ref. 1f,1y,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,5a,8d]
      1. Isabella HOPPER, b. ca. 1838 in Lancashire, b. reg. Q2 1838 at Bury R.D., d. reg. Q3 1842 at Bury R.D. In 1841, living with her parents. [ref. 3a,5a]
      2. Eliza HOPPER, b. ca. 1840 at Bury, b. reg. Q1 1840 at Bury R.D., m. 2 Sep 1860 at St. James, Burnley, m. reg. Q3 1860 at Burnley R.D., Robert HARGREAVES (b. ca. 1837 at Bradford, Yorkshire, m2. reg. Q4 1873 at Bolton R.D., Hannah HAIGH [b. ca. 1847 at Southport, Lancashire, b. reg. Q2 1847 at Ormskirk R.D.]; son of Lawrence HARGREAVES, a tailor), d. reg. Q4 1872 at Bolton R.D. In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, a scholar, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1860, a servant, fo St. James Street; Robert was a jeweller, of Blackpool; Eliza's cousin George Chester OGDEN was a witness. In 1861, visiting her mother's sister Eliza. In 1871, living at 50-52 Newport Street, Bolton, with her husband Robert (a cabinet maker employing six men), his nephew John HARGREAVES and sister Amelia HARGREAVES, her visiting sister Eleanor, and a general servant. In 1881, Robert was a cabinet maker, living at Sealand Road, Chester, Cheshire, with his wife Hannah, daughter Florence, and a general servant. [ref. 1y,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,5a]
        1. (stepdaughter) Florence HARGREAVES, b. ca. 1875 at Bolton. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. [ref. 3e]
      3. Betsy HOPPER, b. ca. 1841 at Bury, b. reg. Q3 1841 at Bury R.D. In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a house servant, living with her mother's sister Eliza. [ref. 3b,3c,5a]
      4. Roger HOPPER, b. reg. Q2 1843 at Bury R.D., d. reg. Q4 1843 at Bury R.D. [ref. 5a]
      5. Eleanor HOPPER, b. ca. 1847 at Bury, b. reg. Q3 1847 at Bury R.D., m. 14 Mar 1870 (by license) at the Cathedral, Manchester, m. reg. Q1 1870 at Manchester R.D., James Pickering BRADSHAW (b. ca. 1845, son of George BRADSHAW, a brushmaker). In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a house servant, living with her mother's sister Eliza. At her marriage in 1870, of Burnley; James was a brushmaker, of Miles Platting; Eleanor's sister Eliza was a witness. In 1871, a brushmaker's wife, visiting her sister Eliza. [ref. 1f,3b,3c,3d,5a,8d]
      6. (stepson) James Dixon HOPPER, b. reg. Q4 1855 at Bury R.D., d. reg. Q2 1859 at Bury R.D. [ref. 5a]
      7. (stepdaughter) Sarah Jane HOPPER, b. ca. 1858 at Bury, b. reg. Q2 1858 at Bury R.D. In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a domestic servant, living with her parents. [ref. 3c,3d,5a]
      8. (stepdaughter) Elizabeth HOPPER, b. ca. May 1860 at Bury, b. reg. Q2 1860 at Bury R.D., m. reg. Q2 1880 at Bury R.D., Ezekiel WORRALL (b. ca. 1859 at Bury). In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, living with her parents, together with her husband Ezekiel (a cotton weaver) and their daughter Sarah. [ref. 3c,3d,3e,5a]
        1. Sarah WORRALL, b. ca. Nov 1880 at Bury. In 1881, living with her parents and grandparents. [ref. 3e]
    3. George Chester HAWORTH, b. 18 Jan 1808, chr. 17 Jun 1808 at St. Mary, Bury, m. 6 Sep 1829 at St. Peter, Bolton-le-Moors, Lancashire, Margaret PARKINSON (b. ca. 1808, d. 18 Jul 1853 at her residence, Victoria Grove, Hulme, a township in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, d. reg. Q3 1853 at Chorlton R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1848 at Chorlton R.D. At his marriage in 1808, he and Margaret were both of Bolton-le-Moors. At his son's baptism in 1830, a bookkeeper, of Bury. In 1831, a witness at the marriage of his sister Ellen. At his children's baptisms in 1832 and 1834, a warehouseman, of Salford. In 1841, a salesman, living at Boston Street, Hulme, with his wife Margaret and their children Richard, Elizabeth, Robert, George, Thomas, and Dorothy. At his sons' baptisms in 1848, a warehouseman, of Hulme. (Where was Margaret in Mar 1851?) Posthumously at his son's marriage in Jun 1851, a traveller. Posthumously at his daughter Dorothy's marriage in 1862 and his son Richard's marriage in 1864, a fustian manufacturer. [ref. 1a,1b,1f,1w,2e,3a,5a,8d,8e]
      1. Richard Chester HAWORTH, b. 5 Aug 1830, chr. 12 Sep 1830 at St. Mary, Bury, m1. 11 Jun 1851 at the Cathedral, Manchester, m1. reg. Q2 1851 at Manchester R.D., Harriet WALLEY (b. ca. 1826, d. by 1864; daughter of John WALLEY, a broker), m2. 1 Oct 1864 at the Cathedral, Manchester, m2. reg. Q4 1864 at Manchester R.D., Mary Elizabeth ECCLESHALL (b. ca. 1837 at Salford, daughter of William ECCLESHALL, a bookkeeper). In 1841, living with his parents. (Where in Mar 1851?) At his first marriage in Jun 1851, a railway clerk, of 68 Derby Street, Hulme; Harriet was of 52 Bradshaw Street, Hulme. At his son's baptism in 1852, a cashier, of Manchester. At his daughter's baptism in 1854, a railway station master, of Altrincham, a township in the parish of Bowdon, Cheshire. (Where in 1861?) At his second marriage in 1864, a fancy dress manufacturer, of 53 Bold Street, Hulme; Mary was of Lower Crumpsal. In 1871, a Manchester warehouseman, living at Warrington Road, Cheadle Bulkeley, a township in the parish of Cheadle, Cheshire, with his wife Mary, his children Sarah, Frances, Harriet, Mary, and Richard, and visiting niece Laura GIDDINGS (daughter of his sister Dorothy). At the baptisms of his sons Richard and Herbert in 1873, a billiard table maker, of 41 Sidney Street, Chorlton on Medlock, Lancashire. At his son Arthur's baptism in 1877, a station master, of Hough Green. [ref. 1a,1f,1u,1w,3a,3d,5a,8d]
        1. Robert Walley HOWARTH, b. 21 Mar 1852, chr. 13 Jun 1852 at the Cathedral, Manchester, d. reg. Q1 1867 at Manchester R.D. (Where in 1861?) [ref. 1f,5a]
        2. Sarah HAWORTH, b. 7 Jul 1854 at Altrincham, b. reg. Q3 1854 at Altrincham R.D., chr. 30 Aug 1854 at the Cathedral, Manchester. (Where in 1861?) In 1871, at home, living with her father and stepmother. [ref. 1f,3d,5a]
        3. Frances A. HAWORTH, b. ca. 1856 at Altrincham, b. reg. Q1 1856 at Altrincham R.D. (Where in 1861?) In 1871, a dressmaker, living with her father and stepmother. [ref. 3d,5a]
        4. Harriet HAWORTH, b. ca. 1866 at Manchester. In 1871, living with her parents. [ref. 3d]
        5. Mary Elizabeth HAWORTH, b. ca. 1868 at Cheadle, b. reg. Q4 1868 at Stockport R.D. In 1871, living with her parents. [ref. 3d,5a]
        6. Richard Chester HAWORTH, b. ca. Nov 1870 at Cheadle, b. reg. Q1 1871 at Stockport R.D., chr. 23 Mar 1873 at All Saints, Chorlton on Medlock. In 1871, living with his parents. [ref. 1u,3d,5a]
        7. Herbert Eccleshall HAWORTH, b. reg. Q4 1872 at Chorlton R.D., chr. 23 Mar 1873 at All Saints, Chorlton on Medlock. [ref. 1u,5a]
        8. Arthur Chester HAWORTH, b. 30 May 1877, b. reg. Q3 1877 at Prescot R.D. (Widnes subdistrict), chr. 4 Nov 1877 at St. Mary, Hulme. [ref. 1w,5a,5b2]
      2. Elizabeth Chester HAWORTH, b. ca. 1832 at Salford, Lancashire, chr. 19 Aug 1832 at the Collegiate Church, Manchester, m. reg. Q1 1854 at Chorlton R.D., Daniel MOSLEY (b. ca. 1827 at Manchester), d. reg. Q4 1887 at Chorlton R.D. In 1841, living with her parents. (Where in 1851?) At her son's baptism in 1856, Daniel was a warehouseman, of Manchester. At her daughter's baptism in 1857, Daniel was a warehouseman, of Moss Grove View, Hulme. (Where in 1861?) At her daughter's baptism in 1864, Daniel was a warehouseman, of 6 Preston Street, Hulme. In 1871, living at Dog Kennel Cottage, Dog Kennel Lane, Withington, Lancashire, with her husband Daniel (a warehouseman), their children George, Margaret, and Edith, her brothers George and William, and her nephew William Henry GIDDINGS (son of her sister Dorothy). In 1881, living at 3 Wilberforce Terrace, Hulme, with her husband Daniel (a traveller in roller leather), their children George, Margaret, and Edith, and her brother William. [ref. 1f,1aa,3a,3d,3e,5a]
        1. George Henry MOSLEY, b. 23 Mar 1856 at Hulme, b. reg. Q2 1856 at Chorlton R.D., chr. 7 Aug 1856 at the Cathedral, Manchester. (Where in 1861?) In 1871, an accountant, living with his parents. In 1881, a traveller in dyed goods, living with his parents. In 1891, a brewer's traveller, lodging at 118 Warwick Street, Moss Side, Manchester. [ref. 1aa,3d,3e,5a]
        2. Margaret Alice MOSLEY, b. ca. 1857 at Hulme, b. reg. Q4 1857 at Chorlton R.D., chr. 30 Dec 1857 at Holy Trinity, Hulme, m. 1884 at St. Margaret, Whalley Range, Manchester, m. reg. Q2 1884 at Chorlton R.D., Henry Stewart CHRISTIE (b. ca. 1857 at Paisley, Renfrewshire, d. reg. Q4 1938 at Surrey South Eastern R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1898 at Chorlton R.D. (Where in 1861?) In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, living at 93 Bickley Street, Moss Side, with her husband Henry (a traveller) and their son Robert. In 1901, Henry was a commercial traveller, living in the household of Margaret's sister Edith with his son Robert. In 1911, Henry was a manager and traveller in the paper trade, living at 32 Hartington Street, Moss Side, Manchester, with his son Robert and a housekeeper. At his son's marriage in 1916, Henry was a commercial traveller. [ref. 1aa,1ab,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,5a,5b2]
          1. Robert Stewart CHRISTIE, b. ca. 1887 at Manchester, b. reg. Q1 1887 at Chorlton R.D., m. 15 Apr 1916 at St. John Chrysostom, Rusholme, Lancashire, m. reg. Q2 1916 at Chorlton R.D., Jessie SMITH (b. ca. 1887, daughter of James SMITH, a sanitary inspector). In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901, living with his father. In 1911, a warehouseman in the paper trade, living with his father. At his marriage in 1916, a trader, of 32 Hartington Street, Moss Side; Jessie was of 70 Clarendon Road, Chorlton on Medlock. [ref. 1ab,3f,3g,3h,5a]
        3. Edith Harriet MOSLEY, b. ca. 1864 at Hulme, b. reg. Q2 1864 at Chorlton R.D., chr. 20 Nov 1864 at Holy Trinity, Hulme, m. 1887 at St. Margaret, Whalley Range, m. reg. Q3 1887 at Chorlton R.D., William Montgomery BLACK (b. ca. 1863 at Glasgow, Lanarkshire, d. 21 Jan 1919, d. reg. Q1 1919 at Chorlton R.D.), d. 9 Oct 1954 at The General Hospital, Bury, d. reg. Q4 1954 at Bury R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, a milliner, living with her parents. In 1891, living at 92 Palmerston Street, Moss Side, with her husband William (a shipping clerk) and their daughter Jessie. In 1901, living at 30 Bold Street, Moss Side, with her husband William (a commercial clerk), their daughters Jessie and Dorothy, her sister Margaret's widower Henry CHRISTIE, and his son Robert. In 1911, living at 104 Talbot Street, Moss Side, with her husband William (a mercantile clerk in the cotton goods business) and their daughters Jessie and Dorothy. At his death in 1919, William was a clerk in the textile industry, of 104 Talbot Street, Moss Side. His probate 7 Feb 1919 to his widow Edith; effects £235. At her death in 1954, of 135 Lamb Carr Road, Holombe, Bury. Probate 18 Nov 1954 to Charles ECKERSLEY, maintenance engineer; effects £374 3s. 5d. [ref. 1aa,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,5a,5b2,8a]
          1. Jessie BLACK, b. ca. 1888 at Manchester. In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a dressmaker, living with her parents. [ref. 3f,3g,3h]
          2. Dorothy BLACK, b. ca. 1893 at Manchester. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a photographer's assistant, living with her parents. [ref. 3g,3h]
      3. Robert Chester HAWORTH, b. ca. 1834 at Salford, chr. 1 Jun 1834 at the Collegiate Church, Manchester, m1. 3 Jul 1853 at the Cathedral, Manchester, m1. reg. Q3 1853 at Manchester R.D., Emily SHIELDS (b. ca. 1835 at Manchester, daughter of Henry SHIELDS, a plumber), m2. 1874 at Christ Church, Moss Side, m2. reg. Q3 1874 at Chorlton R.D., Sarah Ball MOSLEY (b. ca. 1854 at Hulme), d. 16 Feb 1915, d. reg. Q1 1915 at Bucklow R.D. In 1841, living with his parents. (Where in 1851?) At his marriage in 1853, an accountant, of 7 Renshaw Street, Hulme; Emily was of 85 Liverpool Road. In 1861, an accountant and estate agent, living at South Vew, Sale, Cheshire, with his wife Emily and his (or her) visiting uncle and aunt James and Frances GREGORY. At his sons' baptisms in 1867 and 1869, an accountant, of Hulme. At his son's baptism in Jan 1871, an accountant, of Manchester. In Apr 1871, an accountant, etc., living at 12 Radnor Street, Hulme, Lancashire, with his wife Emily, their sons Charles, Henry, and William, visitor Florence E. WESTBROOK (a scholar, b. ca. 1862 at Broughton, Lancashire), and a general servant. In partnership with his brother William and Samuel BROOKE as Brooke and Co., roller-leather dealers and merchants, 17 Old Millgate, Manchester; partnership dissolved 30 Sep 1873, Samuel BROOKE retiring. and At his daughter's baptism in 1880, an accountant, of Stretford. In 1881, an accountant, estate agent, and leather merchant employing seven men, living at 2 Claremont Terrace, Chester Road, Stretford, Lancashire, with his wife Sarah, children Charles, Henry, William, Ada, Ellen, and Margaret, Sarah's sister Ellen Ball MOSELEY, and a general servant. In 1891, an accountant, living at 861 Chester Road, Stretford, with his wife Sarah, children Henry, William, Ada, Ellen, Mary, Robert, and Richard, a nurse, and a housemaid. In 1901, a chartered accountant, living at Brookfield, Northenden Road, Sale, Cheshire, with his wife Sarah, children William, Ellen, Margaret, Robert, Richard, and Florence, a cook, and a housemaid. In 1911, a chartered accountant, living at Brookfield, Northenden Road, Sale, with his wife Sarah, their daughter Florence, a cook, a housemaid, and overnight guest Dorothy ARMSTRONG (b. ca. 1893 at Sale). At his death in 1915, of Brookfield, Northenden Road, Sale. On 2 Apr 1915, a report of his death in the Eltham and District Advertiser described him as "of Northenden Road, Sale, a partner in Messrs. Robert C. & Henry Haworth & Co. and Messrs. Haworth & Wheatley Jones, of Manchester, accountants and estate agents ... an extensive property owner in the Mottingham and New Eltham district" with net personalty £12,980. Probate 9 Apr 1915 to his widow Sarah, his son Robert, and William FOSTER, chartered accountant; effects £42,923 16s. 9d. [ref. 1f,1q,2c,2f,3a,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,5a,5b2,8a,8e]
        1. Charles HAWORTH, b. 10 Feb 1867 at Hulme, chr. 12 Mar 1867 at the Cathedral, Manchester. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. [ref. 1f,3d,3e]
        2. Henry HAWORTH, b. 7 Apr 1869 at Hulme, b. reg. Q2 1869 at Chorlton R.D., chr. 4 May 1869 at the Cathedral, Manchester, m. reg. Q2 1891 at Stockport R.D., Florence Eva PIGOTT (b. ca. 1872 at Manchester, d. 10 Dec 1952 at Beechwood Nursing Home, 88 Columbus Ravine, Scarborough, d. reg. Q4 1952 at Scarborough R.D.), d. 10 Feb 1956, d. reg. Q1 1956 at Scarborough R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, an accountant, living with his parents. In 1901, an accountant and estate agent, living at 22 Sea Bank Road, Southport, with his wife Florence and her mother. In 1911, an estate agent, living at Plas-Coed, Bramhall Lane, Davenport, Cheshire, with his wife Florence and her mother. At her death in 1952, Florence was of 16 Green Lane, Newby, Scarborough. Her probate 20 Feb 1953 to Lloyds Bank, Ltd.; effects £5,532 15s. 3d. At his death in 1956, of Brynawellan, 16 Green Lane, Newby. Probate 21 Apr 1956 to Lloyds Bank, Ltd.; effects £11,101 1s. 7d. [ref. 1f,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,5a,8a]
          1. Two children, d. by 1911. [ref. 3h]
        3. William C. HAWORTH, b. 23 Jan 1871 at Hulme, b. reg. Q1 1871 at Chorlton R.D. (Hulme subdistrict), chr. 21 Mar 1871 at the Cathedral, Manchester. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901, living with his father and stepmother. [ref. 1f,3d,3e,3f,3g,5a,5b2]
        4. Ada Elizabeth HAWORTH, b. ca. 1875 at Moss Side, b. reg. Q3 1875 at Chorlton R.D. (Hulme subdistrict), m. reg. Q2 1901 at Bucklow R.D., James Harold HITCHEN or HALL (b. ca. 1874 at Oldham). In 1881 and 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, visiting Mary E. HALL at Edale, Broad Road, Sale. In 1911, living at Wheston Hall, Tideswell, Buxton, Derbyshire, with her husband James (a farmer), their children James, Richard, Robert, Eva, and Ada, her brother Richard, a governess, and a cook. [ref. 3e,3f,3g,3h,5a,5b2]
          1. James Harold HITCHEN or HALL, b. ca. 1902 at Edwinstowe, Nottinghamshire, b. reg. Q4 1902 at Southwell R.D. In 1911, living with his parents. [ref. 3h,5a]
          2. Eva Hall HITCHEN or HALL, b. ca. 1905 at Edwinstowe, b. reg. Q1 1905 at Southwell R.D. In 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 3h,5a]
          3. Ada Haworth HITCHEN or HALL, b. 16 Mar 1907 at Edwinstowe, b. reg. Q2 1907 at Southwell R.D., m. reg. Q3 1934 at Manchester South R.D., Arthur S. THOMAS, d. reg. Dec 1993 at Trafford R.D. In 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 3h,5a]
          4. Richard HALL, b. ca. 1908 at Edwinstowe, b. reg. Q2 1908 at Southwell R.D. In 1911, living with his parents. [ref. 3h,5a]
          5. Robert Haworth HALL, b. 11 Feb 1911 at Edwinstowe, b. reg. Q1 1911 at Southwell R.D., d. reg. Q2 1993 at Maidstone R.D. In 1911, living with his parents. [ref. 3h,5a]
        5. Ellen Dorothy HAWORTH, b. ca. 1876 at Moss Side, b. reg. Q4 1876 at Chorlton R.D. (Hulme subdistrict), m. reg. Q4 1898 at Bucklow R.D., John Duncan McD. NEWLANDS (b. reg. Q1 1868 at West Derby R.D.). In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her parents. Alive in 1911. [ref. 3e,3f,3g,5a,5b2]
        6. Robert Chester HAWORTH, b. reg. Q3 1878 at Chorlton R.D. (Hulme subdistrict), d. reg. Q4 1878 at Chorlton R.D. [ref. 5a,5b2]
        7. Margaret "Madge" Chester HAWORTH, b. ca. Aug 1880 at Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, b. reg. Q3 1880 at Conway R.D., chr. 19 Dec 1880 at St. Matthew, Stretford, m. 11 Feb 1908 at St. Anne, Sale, m. reg. Q1 1908 at Bucklow R.D., Joseph Danner PETTY (b. ca. 1880 in Ohio, son of Asbury Lewis PETTY). In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her parents. Sailed 20 Feb 1908 from Liverpool on the Celtic with her husband Joseph, arriving at New York on 29 Feb 1908. In 1910, living at 520 South Pittsburg Street, Connellsville, Pennsylvania, with her husband Joseph (a newspaper manager) and their daughter Margaret. Sailed from Liverpool 9 Mar 1912 on the Lusitania with her husband Joseph (a newspaper manager) and their children Margaret and Travis, arriving at New York 18 Mar 1912. Sailed from New York to Liverpool on the Royal George with her children Margaret and Travis, arriving 4 Jul 1919; U.K. address Ashlands, Wardle Road, Sale. Sailed from Southampton on the Royal George with her children Margaret and Ludwell, arriving at New York on 18 Dec 1919; U.S. address 26 West Church Street, Beacon on Hudson, Dutchess County, New York. In 1920, living at 26 West Church Street, Beacon, with her husband Joseph (publisher of a weekly paper) and their children Margaret and Travis. In 1930, living at Kenyon Avenue, East Greenwich, Kent County, Rhode Island, with her husband Joseph (a newspaper printer) and their children Margaret and Travis. [ref. 1q,1s,3e,3f,3g,5a,10a,11m,11n,11o]
          1. Margaret Haworth PETTY, b. 19 May 1909 at Connellsville, Pennsylvania, chr. 29 Sep 1910 at Sale, m. 19 Apr 1938 at her parents' home, East Greenwich, J. Rothery HAIGHT (son of Dr. Julius F. HAIGHT of Beacon). In 1910, living with her parents. In 1912, sailed from Liverpool to New York with her parents. In 1919, sailed from New York to Liverpool with her mother, then returned to New York from Southampton. In 1920, living with her parents. Sailed from Liverpool 14 Nov 1925 on the Alaunia, arriving at New York 23 Nov 1925; U.S. address 45 North Avenue, Beacon. In 1930, living with her parents. Sailed from New York 12 Mar 1936 on the President Cleveland, arrving at San Pedro, California, 27 Mar 1936; address Kenyon Avenue, East Greenwich. [ref. 1s,2l,10a,10c,11m,11n,11o]
          2. Travis Ludwell PETTY, b. 14 Nov 1911 at Sale, b. reg. Q4 1911 at Bucklow R.D., m. Elizabeth G. (b. 12 Feb 1913, d. 1 Feb 1994), d. 22 Dec 1988. In 1912, sailed from Liverpool to New York with his parents. In 1919, sailed from New York to Liverpool with his mother, then returned to New York from Southampton. In 1920 and 1930, living with his parents. Enlisted in the U.S. Army, 1 Jul 1930. In 1938, Elizabeth was a bridesmaid at the marriage of Travis's sister Margaret; she was then of Edgewood, Maryland. On 4 Aug 1952, a lieutenant colonel, of East Greenwich; flew from Rhein-Main Air Force Base, Frankfurt, to Idlewild Airport, New York, with his wife Elizabeth and their children Sara and David. Released from the U.S. Army, 29 Jul 1956. Social security number issued 1956-1959 in Rhode Island. Elizabeth's social security number issued 1960-1961 in Rhode Island. Last residence: Tiverton, Newport County, Rhode Island. Elizabeth's last residence: East Greenwich. [ref. 2l,5a,10a,11n,11o,12,13]
            1. Sara A. PETTY, b. ca. 1937. In 1952, flew from Frankfurt to New York with her parents. [ref. 10a]
            2. David A. PETTY, b. 3 Sep 1942, d. Oct 1973. In 1952, flew from Frankfurt to New York with his parents. Social security number issued 1958-1961 in Rhode Island. [ref. 10a,12]
        8. Robert Chester HAWORTH, b. ca. 1882 at Stretford, Lancashire, b. reg. Q2 1882 at Barton upon Irwell R.D., m. 14 Sep 1909 at St. Anne, Sale, m. reg. Q3 1909 at Bucklow R.D., Gladys Laura BROOKES (b. ca. 1884 at Manchester, b. reg. Q3 1884 at Chorlton R.D., d. 6 Jun 1960, d. reg. Q2 1960 at Bucklow R.D.; daughter of Arthur BROOKES), d. 1 Jul 1946, d. reg. Q3 1946 at Bucklow R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, an articled clerk to a solicitor, living with his parents. In 1911, a solicitor, living at 147 Derbyshire Lane, Stretford, with his wife Gladys, their son Robert, and a general servant. In 1915, a solicitor, an executor of his father's will. At his death in 1946, of Holloway Clough, Arthog Road, Hale. Probate 5 Oct 1946 to his widow Gladys and his sons Robert and Wilfrid; effects £31,335 8s. 4d. At her death in 1960, Gladys was of Birch Trees, Chiltern Drive, Hale, Cheshire. Her probate 31 Oct 1960 to her son Wilfrid; effects £3,572 5s. 1d. [ref. 1s,3f,3g,3h,5a,8a]
          1. Robert Chester HAWORTH, b. 12 Dec 1910 at Stretford, b. reg. Q4 1910 at Barton upon Irwell R.D., m. reg. Q2 1936 at Bucklow R.D., Dorothy M. RUSE (b. 14 Apr 1911, b. reg. Q2 1911 at Barton upon Irwell R.D., d. reg. Mar 2003 at Manchester R.D.), d. reg. Jul 1993 at Stockport R.D. In 1911, living with his parents. In 1946, a solicitor, an executor of his father's will. [ref. 3h,5a,8a]
            1. Wendy Ann Chester HAWORTH, b. reg. Q3 1939 at Bucklow R.D., m. 1961 at St. Mary, Rostherne, Cheshire, m. reg. Q1 1961 at Bucklow R.D., Colin Graham ESCOTT. [ref. 5a,5b1]
          2. Wilfrid Chester HAWORTH, b. reg. Q4 1913 at Bucklow R.D. In 1946, an assistant works manager, an executor of his father's will. In 1960, a sales manager, executor of his mother's will. [ref. 5a,8a]
          3. John F.C. HAWORTH, b. reg. Q4 1919 at Bucklow R.D., m. reg. Q2 1949 at Bucklow R.D., Helen HAMPSON. [ref. 5a]
            1. Susan C. HAWORTH, b. reg. Q1 1950 at Bucklow R.D. [ref. 5a]
            2. Anne D. HAWORTH, b. reg. Q3 1952 at Bucklow R.D. [ref. 5a]
            3. Martin C. HAWORTH, b. reg. Q4 1957 at Bucklow R.D. [ref. 5a]
        9. Richard Chester HAWORTH, b. 7 Jun 1890 at Stretford, b. reg. Q3 1890 at Barton upon Irwell R.D., d. reg. Q4 1970 at Macclesfield R.D. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a student, living with his sister Ada. [ref. 3f,3g,3h,5a]
        10. Florence Edna Mosley HAWORTH, b. 23 Nov 1895 at Stretford, b. reg. Q4 1895 at Barton upon Irwell R.D., chr. 24 Apr 1898 at St. Anne, Sale, m. reg. Q4 1919 at Bucklow R.D., Louis C. JURGENS (b. ca. 1891, d. reg. Q4 1957 at Bucklow R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1976 at Trafford R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a schoolgirl, living with her parents. [ref. 1s,3g,3h,5a]
          1. Robert O. JURGENS, b. reg. Q4 1920 at Barton upon Irwell R.D. [ref. 5a]
          2. Margaret O. JURGENS, b. reg. Q1 1922 at Barton upon Irwell R.D., m. reg. Q3 1945 at Bucklow R.D., Fred O. RICHARDS. [ref. 5a]
            1. Geoffrey C. RICHARDS, b. reg. Q3 1952 at Bucklow R.D. [ref. 5a]
          3. Hugh O. or C. JURGENS, b. reg. Q2 1924 at Barton upon Irwell R.D., m. reg. Q4 1945 at Bucklow R.D., Irene J. EDWARDS. [ref. 5a]
            1. David JURGENS, b. reg. Q4 1946 at Bucklow R.D. [ref. 5a]
            2. Peter H. JURGENS, b. reg. Q1 1950 at Bucklow R.D. [ref. 5a]
      4. George Chester HAWORTH, b. ca. 1836 at Salford, d. 18 Feb 1874 at 9 Heathfield, Moss Side, d. reg. Q1 1874 at Chorlton R.D. In 1841, living with his parents. (Where in 1851 and 1861?) In 1864, a witness at the second marriage of his brother Richard. In 1871, a traveler for oil, living with his sister Elizabeth. [ref. 1f,2g,3a,3d,5a]
      5. Thomas Parkinson HAWORTH, b. 10 Feb 1838, b. reg. Q1 1838 at Salford R.D., chr. 19 Nov 1848 at the Cathedral, Manchester, d. reg. Q2 1856 at Chorlton R.D. In 1841, living with his parents. (Where in 1851?) [ref. 1f,3a,5a]
      6. Dorothy Hardman HAWORTH, b. ca. 1839 at Salford, m. 27 Sep 1862 at St. Mary, Hulme, m. reg. Q3 1862 at Chorlton R.D., William Henry GIDDINGS (b. ca. 1839 at Chorlton upon Medlock, m2. reg. Q3 1873 at Chorlton R.D. Maria SMITH [b. ca. 1840 at Macclesfield, Cheshire, m1. reg. Q2 1867 at Manchester R.D., John HOLLINRAKE, who d. reg. Q2 1872 at Chorlton R.D.], d. 30 Jul 1898, d. reg. Q3 1898 at Chorlton R.D.; son of John GIDDINGS, a lead merchant), d. reg. Q4 1871 at Chorlton R.D. In 1841, living with her parents. (Where in 1851 and 1861?) At her marriage in 1862, of 6 Preston Street, Hulme; William was a commercial traveller, of 27 Potter Street, Hulme; the witnesses were Richard Chester HAWORTH (Dorothy's eldest brother) and Annie LAING. At her children's baptisms in 1865 and 1867, William was a lead merchant, of 76 Mytton Street, Hulme. In 1871, living at 63 Boston Street, Hulme, with her husband William (a commercial traveller). In 1881, William was an unemployed warehouseman, living at 38 Clarence Street, Stretford, with his wife Maria, his son William, Maria's son Herbert John HOLLINRAKE (a scholar, b. ca. 1872 at Hulme, b. reg. Q1 1872 at Chorlton R.D.), and their daughters Maria and Emmeline. In 1891, a glass cutter, living at 20 Peru Street, Salford, with his stepson Herbert (a cabinet maker) and his daughters Marie and Emmiline. At his death in 1898, William was of 169 Warde Street, Hulme. His probate 8 Aug 1898 to his daughters Laura and Maria; effects £1,245 11s. 1d. [ref. 1w,3a,3d,3e,3f,5a,8a]
        1. Laura GIDDINGS, b. ca. 1863 at Manchester, b. reg. Q3 1863 at Chorlton R.D., m. William BURNHAM (b. ca. 1855 at Manchester, d. by 1898), d. 8 May 1926. In 1871, living with her mother's brother Richard. In 1881 (enumerated as Louisa), a waitress at the Spread Eagle (an inn), Corporation Street, Manchester. In 1891, living in the household of her husband's mother, with her husband William (a print salesman) and their son Willie. In 1898, an executor of her father's will. In 1901, living on her own means in the household of her late husband's sister Mary and brother Thomas, at 25 Lethbridge Road, Southport. In 1911, of private means, living in the household of her late husband's brother Thomas and sister Mary, at 552 Chester Road, Old Trafford. At her death in 1926, of 141 Archer Road, Sheffield. Probate 3 Jul 1926 to her son William and her cousin Robert Chester HAWORTH (son of her mother's brother Robert); effects £1,457 6s. 8d. [ref. 3d,5a,8a]
          1. William (Willie) Arthur BURNHAM, b. ca. 1888 at Paris. In 1891, living with his parents and grandmother. In 1901, a pupil foundationer at the Manchester Warehousemen and Clerks' Orphan School, Cheadle Hulme, Cheshire. In 1911, a house furnishing dealer, boarding at 64 Hawkshead Street, Southport. In 1926, an agent and merchant, an executor of his mother's will. [ref. 3f,3g,3h,8a]
        2. Beatrice Emma or Beatrice Emily GIDDINGS, b. 31 Jan 1865, b. reg. Q1 1865 at Chorlton R.D., chr. 13 Aug 1865 at St. Mary, Hulme, d. reg. Q1 1866 at Chorlton R.D. [ref. 1w,5a]
        3. William Henry GIDDINGS, b. 5 Dec 1866 at Hulme, b. reg. Q4 1866 at Chorlton R.D., chr. 28 Apr 1867 at St. Paul, Stretford Road, Hulme, m. reg. Q3 1889 at Chorlton R.D., Matilda FEARN (b. ca. 1869 at Hulme; daughter of William FEARN), d. reg. Q2 1953 at Halifax R.D. In 1871, living with his mother's sister Elizabeth. In 1881, a amker-up of pelmets, living with his father and stepmother. In 1891, a warehouseman, living at 23 Edensor Place, Manchester, with his wife Matilda (a dressmaker) and her father. In 1901, a drapery warehouseman, living at 52 Bridge Street, Chorlton on Medlock, with his wife Matilda and two boarders. In 1911, a warehouseman for a cotton goods exporter, living at 31 Bridge Street, Chorlton on Medlock, with his wife Matilda. [ref. 1ac,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,5a]
        4. John Herbert GIDDINGS, b. 5 Dec 1866, b. reg. Q4 1866 at Chorlton R.D., chr. 28 Apr 1867 at St. Paul, Stretford Road, Hulme, d. reg. Q3 1867 at Chorlton R.D. [ref. 1ac,5a]
        5. (stepdaughter) Maria or Marie Adelaide or Adeline GIDDINGS, b. ca. 1875 at Hulme, b. reg. Q3 1875 at Barton upon Irwell R.D., m. reg. Q3 1900 at Chorlton R.D., either James William THOMSON or Jonas WEBB. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a glass cutter, living with her father. In 1898, an executor of her father's will. [ref. 3e,3f,5a,8a]
        6. (stepdaughter) Emmeline Maud GIDDINGS, b. ca. May 1879 at Oldfield Road, Salford, b. reg. Q3 1879 at Salford R.D. In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with her father. [ref. 3e,3f,5a]
      7. William Chester HAWORTH, b. 7 Nov 1842 at Hulme, b. reg. Q4 1842 at Chorlton R.D., chr. 19 Nov 1848 (as William Hardman HAWORTH) at the Cathedral, Manchester, d. reg. Q1 1883 at Chorlton R.D. (Where in 1851 and 1861?) In 1871, an accountant, living with his sister Elizabeth. In partnership with his brother Robert and Samuel BROOKE as Brooke and Co., roller-leather dealers and merchants, 17 Old Millgate, Manchester; partnership dissolved 30 Sep 1873, Samuel BROOKE retiring. In 1881, an accountant, living with his sister Elizabeth. [ref. 1f,2f,3d,3e,5a]
    4. Eliza HAWORTH, b. 5 May 1810, chr. 27 Jun 1810 at St. Mary, Bury, m1. 10 Jan 1836 at the Collegiate Church, Manchester, James OGDEN (d. by 1841), m2. 20 Feb 1841 at the Collegiate Church, Manchester, m2. reg. Q1 1841 at Manchester R.D., Thomas OGDEN (b. ca. 1818 at Burnley, Lancashire, d. reg. Q2 1897 at Burnley R.D.; son of Edmund OGDEN, a potter), d. reg. Q1 1873 at Burnley R.D. At her first marriage in 1836, James was a sizer. At her second marriage in Feb 1841, of Fennel Street; Thomas was a weaver, of 8 Cable Street. In Jun 1841, an ender and mender, living at Little Stable Street, Manchester, with her husband Thomas (a cotton weaver). (Where in 1851?) In 1861, living at the White Horse, 69 St. James Street, Burnley, with her husband Thomas (an innkeeper), their children George, Elizabeth, Eliza, and Ada, her nieces Betsy HOPPER and Eleanor HOPPER (daughters of her sister Ellen), their visiting sister Eliza, and a general servant. In 1871, living at 69 St. James Street, Burnley, with her husband Thomas (a licensed victualler), their children George and Eliza, their granddaughter Annie SMITH, and three servants. In 1881, Thomas was a licensed victualler, living at the White Horse Hotel, 81 St. James Street, Burnley, with his daughters Eliza and Elizabeth, Elizabeth's husband and children, a barmaid, and a general servant. In 1891, Thomas was living on his own means at 408 Colne Road, Burnley, with a servant. [ref. 1a,1f,3a,3c,3d,3e,3f,8d]
      1. George Chester OGDEN, b. ca. 1843 at Manchester, b. reg. Q4 1843 at Manchester R.D., m. reg. Q4 1873 at Fylde R.D., Ann (Annie) Elizabeth THWAITES (b. ca. 1849 at Chorley, Lancashire, d. reg. Q4 1901 at Burnley R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1909 at Burnley R.D. (Where in 1851?) In 1861, an assistant (presumably to his father), living with his parents. In 1871, a tax collector, living with his parents. In 1881, a hotel proprietor, living at the Thorn Hotel, 67 St. James Street, Burnley, with his wife Annie, their children Ethel, Ada, Harry, and Frank, a cook, a barmaid, a general servant, a vaultmaid, a housemaid, a nurse, and a billiard marker. In 1891, a hotel proprietor, living at the Thorn Hotel, 67 St. James Street, Burnley, with his wife Annie, their sons Harry and Frank, a boots, and eight other servants. In 1901, a hotel proprietor, living at 67 St. James Street, Burnley, with two barmaids, a vaultmaid, a waitress, a cook, a chambermaid, a housemaid, a kitchenmaid, and a boots; his wife Ann was retired, living at 71 Ormerod Street, Burnley, with her children Ethel, Ada, and Harry and a servant. [ref. 3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,5a]
        1. Ethel OGDEN, b. ca. 1874 at Burnley, b. reg. Q4 1874 at Burnley R.D., d. reg. Q4 1901 at Burnley R.D. In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a boarding pupil at St. Anne's High School, North Promenade, Lytham, Lancashire, together with her sister Ada. In 1901, living with her mother. [ref. 3e,3f,3g,5a]
        2. Ada OGDEN, b. ca. 1876 at Burnley, b. reg. Q1 1876 at Burnley R.D., m. reg. Q4 1901 at Burnley R.D., Bernhard or Bernard WELLERDIECK (b. ca. 1873 in Germany). In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a boarding pupil at St. Anne's High School, Lytham, together with her sister Ethel. In 1901, living with her mother. In 1911, living at 120 Manchester Road, Accrington, Lancashire, with her husband Bernard (a foreign correspondent for a machinery exporter) and a general servant. [ref. 3e,3f,3g,3h,5a]
          1. Vera or Veronica WELLERDIECK, b. reg. Q2 1912 at Haslingden R.D., m. reg. Q2 1936 at Fylde R.D., John D. THORNLEY. [ref. 5a]
        3. Harry OGDEN, b. ca. 1878 at Burnley, b. reg. Q2 1878 at Burnley R.D., m. reg. Q4 1911 at Burnley R.D., Florence A. HEAP. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, solicitor to the town clerk, living with his mother. In 1911, a solicitor, living at 71 Ormerod Road, Burnley, with his mother's sister Emma Jane THWAITES (b. ca. 1854 at Euxton, Lancashire, m. reg. Q2 1884 at Chester R.D., Augustus Henry WYNDHAM, wid. by 1911) and a servant. [ref. 3e,3f,3g,3h,5a]
          1. George C. OGDEN, b. reg. Q2 1913 at Burnley R.D. [ref. 5a]
          2. Raymond H. OGDEN, b. reg. Q3 1917 at Burnley R.D. [ref. 5a]
          3. Helen E. OGDEN, b. reg. Q2 1921 at Burnley R.D., m. reg. Q4 1947 at Burnley R.D., Ernest J. PARKINSON. [ref. 5a]
        4. Frank OGDEN, b. ca. 1880 at Burnley, b. reg. Q1 1880 at Burnley R.D. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. [ref. 3e,3f,5a]
      2. Elizabeth Ann OGDEN, b. ca. 1845 at Manchester, m. reg. Q2 1868 at Burnley R.D., Edward SMITH (b. ca. 1845 at Burnley). (Where in 1851?) In 1861, a bar maid, living with her parents. In 1871, living at Bradley Mill, Nelson, Lancashire, with her husband Edward (a master corn miller), their children Annie and Robert, and two servants. In 1881, living with her father, together with her husband Edward (an architect) and their children Annie and Robert. At her son's marriage in 1903, Edward was (perhaps posthumously) an architect. [ref. 1x,3c,3d,3e,5a]
        1. Annie Constance Haworth SMITH, b. ca. 1869 at Nelson or Portsmouth, Lancashire, or Burnley, b. reg. Q2 1869 at Burnley R.D. In 1871, enumerated twice: once with her parents, and once with her maternal grandparents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents and grandfather. In 1891, a hotel keeper's assistant, living with her mother's sister Eliza. In 1901 and 1911, living with her mother's sister Eliza. [ref. 3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,5a]
        2. Robert Chester SMITH, b. ca. Mar 1871 at Nelson or Burnley, b. reg. Q2 1871 at Burnley R.D., m. 24 Jun 1903 at St. Paul, Oldham, Lancashire, m. reg. Q2 1903 at Oldham R.D., Mary Elizabeth MALLALIEU (b. ca. 1877 at Oldham; daughter of Joseph Buckley MALLALIEU, a pork butcher). In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents and grandfather. In 1891, a grocer's assistant, living with his mother's sister Eliza. In 1901, a grocer's manager, boarding at 11 Stafford Street, Oldham. At his marriage in 1903, a grocer, of Ashton Road; Mary was of Oxford Street. In 1911, a grocer's shop assistant, living at 149 Old Lane, Hollinwood, Oldham, with his wife Mary and their son Frank. [ref. 1x,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,5a]
          1. Frank SMITH, b. ca. 1908 at Oldham. In 1911, living with his parents. [ref. 3h]
      3. (probably) Thomas Chester OGDEN, b. reg. Q4 1849 at Manchester R.D., d. reg. Q1 1855 a Manchester R.D. [ref. 5a]
      4. Eliza Hannah OGDEN, b. ca. 1854 at Manchester, b. reg. Q4 1854 at Manchester R.D., m. reg. Q1 1889 at Burnley R.D., Frederic BRANCH (b. ca. 1851 at Burnley, b. reg. Q4 1851 at Burnley R.D., d. reg. Q4 1899 at Burnley R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1933 at Birmingham R.D. In 1861 and 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a waitress, living with her father. In 1891, living at the White Horse Hotel, 81 St. James Street, Burnley, with her husband Frederic (a hotel keeper), their daughter Amy, her niece Annie SMITH and nephew Robert SMITH, a barmaid, and a cook. In 1901, living on her own means at 22 Westgate, Burnley, with her daughter Amy and her niece Annie SMITH. In 1911, of private means, living at 61 Ormerod Road, Burnley, with her daughter Amy, her niece Annie SMITH, and a boarder. [ref. 3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,5a]
        1. Amy BRANCH, b. ca. Apr 1890 at Burnley, b. reg. Q2 1890 at Burnley R.D., m. reg. Q3 1917 at Burnley R.D., Arthur WHITTAKER. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901 and 1911, living with her mother. [ref. 3f,3g,3h,5a]
          1. Joan WHITTAKER, b. reg. Q2 1921 at Burnley R.D. [ref. 5a]
      5. Ada Jane Septima OGDEN, b. ca. 1859 at Manchester, b. reg. Q2 1859 at Manchester R.D., d. reg. Q1 1862 at Burnley R.D. In 1861, living with her parents. [ref. 3c,5a]
    5. James HAWORTH, b. 25 Nov 1812, chr. 12 Feb 1813 at St. Mary, Bury. [ref. 1a]
    6. Thomas Chester HAWORTH, b. 10 Apr 1815 at Bury, chr. 20 Sep 1815 at St. Mary, Bury, m. 7 Oct 1839 at Woolwich, Kent, m. reg. Q4 1839 at Greenwich R.D., Mary Ann PERRETT (b. ca. 1814 at Eltham, Kent, d. 12 Mar 1895 in a house fire, d. reg. Q1 1895 at Bromley R.D.; daughter of William PERRETT, a laborer), d. 27 Jul 1887 at Whitworth House, High Street, Eltham, d. reg. Q3 1887 at Lewisham R.D. At his marriage in 1839, a tailor, of Woolwich; Mary Ann was also of Woolwich; the witnesses were C. SARGENT and Emma STRANGE. In 1841, a tailor, living at High Street, Eltham, with his wife Mary. At his sons' baptisms in 1844 and 1846, a tailor, of Eltham. In 1848 directories, Thomas CHESTER, a tailor. In 1851, Thomas CHESTER, a tailor, living at Eltham with his wife, their sons George, William, and Joseph, and a lodger. In an 1858 directory, an auctioneer or house agent. In 1861, a surveyor, living in High Street, Eltham, with his wife, their sons George and William, and a servant. In 1871, a surveyor, living at Park Place, Eltham, with his wife Mary Ann, sons George, William, Joseph, and Richard, and two general servants. In an 1878 directory, a surveyor, living at 1 Park Place. In 1879, waywarden to the highways board. In 1881, a surveyor, living at Whitworth House, Eltham, with his wife, their son George, and two servants. In an 1882 directory, a house and estate agent and surveyor, living at Whitworth House, Eltham. At his grandson's death in 1883, of Eltham. Residence in the 1886 voters list: Whitworth House, High Street, Eltham. At his death in 1887, a gentleman, of Eltham. Will proved 30 Aug 1887 by George Thomas MILSTEAD of Welling, Kent, gentleman, and Lowen BENNETT of 4 Rood Lane, London, gentleman; personal estate £1,133 10s. 11d. In 1891, Mary was independent, living at Devonshire Road, Mottingham, near Eltham, with her granddaughter Mary. Thomas was concerned in many enterprises, including the foundation of the Eltham Journal. He and several of his family are interred in a mausoleum he had built in Beaconsfield Road, Mottingham. [ref. 1a,1g,1m,2h,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,4d,5a,8a,15]
      1. George Chester HAWORTH, b. ca. 1844 at Eltham, b. reg. Q1 1844 at Lewisham R.D., chr. 31 Mar 1844 at Eltham, d. 12 Apr 1883, d. reg. Q2 1883 at Lewisham R.D. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1861, a builder, living with his parents. In 1871 and 1881, a surveyor, living with his parents. In 1882, an architect, of Whitworth House. [ref. 1g,3b,3c,3d,3e,4d,5a,15]
      2. William Chester HAWORTH, b. ca. 1846 at Eltham, b. reg. Q3 1846 at Lewisham R.D., chr. 23 Aug 1846 at Eltham, d. reg. Q1 1875 at Lewisham R.D., bur. 14 Mar 1875. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1861 and 1871, a tailor, living with his parents. [ref. 1g,3b,3c,3d,4d,5a,15]
      3. Joseph Chester HAWORTH, b. 8 Apr 1850 at Eltham, b. reg. Q2 1850 at Lewisham R.D., m. 4 Mar 1876 at St. John, Crowborough, Sussex, m. reg. Q1 1876 at East Grinstead R.D., Mary Ann SHARMAN (b. ca. 1853 at Lee or Leigh, Kent, d. 18 Mar 1937, d. reg. Q1 1937 at Camberwell R.D., bur. at Camberwell, Surrey; daughter of Ebenezer SHARMAN), d. 9 Mar 1890, d. reg. Q1 1890 at Bromley R.D. In 1851, living with his parents. In 1861, a boarding scholar at Churchfield Classical and Commercial Boarding School, Margate, Kent, together with his brother Richard. In 1871, a plumber, living with his parents. In 1878 and 1882 directories, a plumber, living at 22 Elizabeth Terrace. In 1881, a plumber, living at Park Place, Eltham, with his wife and their children Mary Ann, Richard, and William. At his son's death in 1883, of Mottingham. In 1891, Mary Ann was an agent, living at Devonshire Road, Mottingham, with her sons William and Robert. In 1901, she was a housekeeper and sick nurse, living at 20 Devonshire Road, Mottingham, with her sons William and Alfred. In 1911, she was living at 20 Devonshire Road, Mottingham, with her son William and two boarders. Posthumously at his son William's marriage in 1918, a plumber. [ref. 1o,1r,2h,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,4d,5a,15]
        1. Mary Ann M. HAWORTH, b. ca. 1877 at Eltham, b. reg. Q1 1877 at Lewisham R.D., m. reg. Q1 1900 at Carlisle R.D., Frederick Thomas CRAFT (b. ca. 1873 at St. Mary Woolwich, Kent, b. reg. Q1 1873 at Woolwich R.D., d. reg. Q3 1963 at Carlisle R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1928 at Carlisle R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, living with her paternal grandmother. In 1901, living at Station Hill, Wigton, Cumberland, with her husband Frederick (a teacher of wood carving). In 1911, living at 10 Victoria Road, Whitehaven, Cumberland, with her husband Frederick (a superintendent of manual instruction for the County Council) and their daughters Mabel and Dorothy. [ref. 3e,3f,3g,3h,5a]
          1. Mabel CRAFT, b. ca. 1901 at Mottingham, b. reg. Q4 1901 at Bromley R.D. In 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 3h,5a]
          2. Frederick William CRAFT, b. reg. Q1 1903 at Wigton R.D., d. reg. Q3 1907 at Whitehaven R.D. [ref. 5a]
          3. Dorothy Mary CRAFT, b. ca. 1904 at Wigton, b. reg. Q3 1904 at Wigton R.D. In 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 3h,5a]
          4. George H.C. CRAFT, b. reg. Q3 1912 at Whitehaven R.D., d. reg. Q4 1912 at Carlisle R.D. [ref. 5a]
          5. Charles H. CRAFT, b. reg. Q3 1915 at Carlisle R.D., m. reg. Q2 1941 at Carlisle R.D., Audrey E. LAIDLER. [ref. 5a]
            1. Elizabeth A. CRAFT, b. reg. Q1 1952 at Carlisle R.D. [ref. 5a]
          6. Donald L. CRAFT, b. reg. Q4 1921 at Carlisle R.D., m. reg. Q3 1953 at Ulverston R.D., Eileen ELLAM. [ref. 5a]
            1. David F. CRAFT, b. reg. Q4 1955 at Barrow in Furness R.D. [ref. 5a]
            2. Donald C. CRAFT, b. reg. Q2 1959 at Barrow in Furness R.D. [ref. 5a]
        2. Richard Chester HAWORTH, b. 4 Jul 1878, b. reg. Q3 1878 at Lewisham R.D., d. 18 Feb 1883, d. reg. Q1 1883 at Lewisham R.D. In 1881, living with his parents. [ref. 2h,3e,4d,5a,15]
        3. William Chester HAWORTH, b. ca. 1880 at Eltham, b. reg. Q1 1880 at Lewisham R.D., m. 13 Jan 1918 at St. Luke, Deptford, London, Harriet Louisa GOODRUM (b. reg. Q2 1887 at Loddon R.D., m1. reg. Q4 1909 at Lewisham R.D., Frederick Henry BROWN, wid. by 1918; daughter of John GOODRUM, a farm laborer), d. 21 Oct 1945 at The Cottage Hospital, Felixstowe, Suffolk, d. reg. Q4 1945 at Deben R.D. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, living with his mother. In 1901, a general laborer, living with his mother. In 1911, a carman, living with his mother. At his marriage in 1918, a soldier, of 12 Windmill Lane, Deptford; Harriet was of the same address; the witnesses were Thomas WILLIAMSON(?) and Mary Ann GOODRUM. At his death in 1945, of 36 St. Andrews Road, Felixstowe. Administration of his estate granted 7 Jan 1946 to his widow Harriet; effects £192 7s. 7d. [ref. 1o,3e,3f,3g,3h,5a,8a]
        4. Alfred Chester HAWORTH, b. ca. 1887 at Mottingham, b. reg. Q3 1887 at Bromley R.D., m. 27 Feb 1909 at St. Edmund, Forest Gate, Essex, m. reg. Q1 1909 at West Ham R.D., Elizabeth Alice NICHOLS, d. 5 Jun 1936, d. reg. Q2 1936 at Lambeth R.D., bur. at Camberwell. In 1891, living with his mother's sister Emily and her husband William H. SCRIVEN at Lyndhurst Villa, Broomfield Road, Broomfield, Essex. In 1901, a printer's assistant, living with his mother. (Where in 1911?) [ref. 3f,3g,4d,5a]
          1. Dorothy Emma Chester HAWORTH, b. 31 Jan 1910, b. reg. Q1 1910 at West Ham R.D., m. reg. Q3 1931 at West Ham R.D., James T.M. FRANCES, d. reg. Nov 1985 at Gravesend R.D. (Where in 1911?) [ref. 4d,5a]
            1. James C.J. FRANCES, b. reg. Q4 1936 at Romford R.D. [ref. 5a]
            2. Elizabeth M.M. FRANCES, b. reg. Q1 1940 at Ilford R.D. [ref. 5a]
          2. Cyril Chester HAWORTH, b. 9 Oct 1918, b. reg. Q4 1918 at West Ham R.D., m. reg. Q2 1946 at Bermondsey R.D., Kathrine R. WHITLOCK, d. reg. Q4 1978 at Greenwich R.D. [ref. 4d,5a]
            1. Keith Chester HAWORTH, b. reg. Q2 1951 at Greenwich R.D., m. reg. Q3 1974 at Lewisham R.D., Linda M.J. GOODMAN. Researcher Keith Chester Haworth. [ref. 4d,5a]
              1. Louise Catherine HAWORTH, b. reg. Q3 1980 at Greenwich R.D. [ref. 4d,5a]
              2. Tara Claire HAWORTH, b. reg. Q1 1983 at Greenwich R.D. [ref. 4d,5a]
            2. Robert Chester HAWORTH, b. reg. Q3 1957 at Woolwich R.D., d. reg. Q4 1966 at Lambeth R.D. [ref. 4d,5a]
        5. Robert HAWORTH, b. ca. Apr 1890 at Mottingham, b. reg. Q2 1890 at Bromley R.D., d. reg. Q4 1894 at West Ham R.D. In 1891, living with his mother. [ref. 3f,3h,5a]
      4. Richard Chester HAWORTH, b. ca. 1853 at Eltham, b. reg. Q2 1853 (as HAYWORTH) at Lewisham R.D., d. reg. Q1 1876 at Lewisham R.D., bur. 20 Feb 1876. In 1861, a boarding scholar at Churchfield Classical and Commercial Boarding School, together with his brother Joseph. In 1871, a joiner, living with his parents. [ref. 3c,3d,4d,5a,15]
    7. Jane HAWORTH, b. 8 Feb 1817, chr. 25 Jun 1817 at St. Mary, Bury, bur. 4 Sep 1828 at St. Mary, Bury. At her death in 1828, of Bury. [ref. 1a]
    8. Richard HAWORTH, b. 9 Mar 1820 at Bury, chr. 21 Jun 1820 at St. Mary, Bury, m. 7 Aug 1839 at St. Peter, Bolton, m. reg. Q3 1839 at Bolton R.D., Sarah SEWELL, d. 30 Nov 1883 at home, d. reg. Q4 1883 at Chorlton R.D. At his marriage in 1839, a bookkeeper, of Breightmet, a township in Bolton parish; the witnesses were John CHAPMAN and James LIPTROT(?) (probably the parish clerk). In 1841, a bookkeeper, living at Brinks Brow, Ainsworth, a chapelry in Middleton parish, near Bolton, with his wife Sarah; in the same house, perhaps as boarders, were William HARTLEY (a cotton sizer, b. ca. 1810 outside Lancashire) and Thomas SEWELL (b. ca. 1830 in Lancashire, perhaps a relative of Sarah). In 1851, a bookkeeper, living at 32 Naylor Street, Hulme, with his wife Sarah, their children Elizabeth, George, Sarah, and James, and his wife's sister Mary. Founder in 1854 of Richard Haworth & Co., a cotton spinning and manufacturing firm that now produces linens for "the hospitality industry, including restaurants, hotels, special events, cruise shipping, and airlines." In 1861, a cotton spinner employing 700 hands, living at 33 Albert Terrace, Stretford Road, Stretford, Lancashire, with his wife Sarah, their children Elizabeth, George, Sarah, John, Mary, and Frederick, his wife's sister Mary, and two general servants. In 1871, a cotton spinner manufacturer, living at Didsbury, Lancashire, with his wife Sarah, their sons John and Frederick, their granddaughter Elsie DANIEL, his wife's cousin Frances "Fanny" PRICE, and three domestic servants. In 1875, a merchant, of 28 High Street, Manchester; executor of the estate of his wife's sister Mary. In 1881, a cotton spinner and manufacturer employing 2700 hands, justice of the peace, and Wesleyan Methodist local preacher, living at Mersey Bank, Fielden Park, Didsbury, with his wife Sarah, their son Frederick, Frances PRICE, a waitress, a housemaid, and a cook. Will proved 10 May 1884 for £187,516 14s. 8d.; resworn Jan 1887 for £152,919 3s. For more on Richard's life, career, and bequests, see his obituaries.) [ref. 1a,1b,2a,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,5a,5e,5i,8a,8d]
      1. Elizabeth Sewell HAWORTH, b. ca. 1840 at Ainsworth, b. reg. Q3 1840 at Bury R.D., m. reg. Q3 1866 at Chorlton R.D., James DANIEL (b. ca. 1839 at Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, m2. reg. Q2 1875 at Uttoxeter R.D., Sarah Fanny CONQUEST [b. ca. 1832 at Biggleswade, d. reg. Q1 1909 at Biddleswade R.D., m1. reg. Q3 1857 at Biggleswade R.D., Richard Watson OLVER, who d. reg. Q4 1865 at Bramham R.D.]), d. reg. Q1 1874 at Biggleswade R.D. (Where in 1841?) In 1851 and 1861, living with her parents. Elizabeth's father purchased two estates at Old Walden (Old Warden?), Bedfordshire, called Brookland and Fog Hall, "at the request and for the benefit of" James DANIEL. In 1871, living at Claremont House, 1 New Road, Halliwell, Lancashire, with her husband James (the Wesleyan minister of Halliwell), their children Lucy and James, a nurse, a general servant, and a ladies' nurse; Fanny was living with her brother and sister at Shortmead Street, Biggleswade. In 1881, James was a farmer and seed grower employing 20 men and 5 boys on 240 acres, living at Rylesline House, High Street, Biggleswade, with his second wife Fanny, children Lucy, James, and Clifford, stepdaughter Louise Ellen OLVER (a governess, b. ca. 1858 at Biggleswade), a housemaid, and a cook. In 1891, James was a sand merchant, living at St. Andrews Street, Biggleswade, with his second wife Sarah Fanny, his son James and stepdaughter Louisa OLVER, visitor Annie OLVER, and two general servants. [ref. 3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,5a,8d]
        1. Lois Elsie DANIEL, b. ca. 1866 at Salford, Lancashire, b. reg. Q2 1867 at Salford R.D., m. reg. Q3 1888 at Biggleswade R.D., Frederick Luke WISEMAN (b. ca. 1858 at York, b. reg. Q1 1858 at York R.D., d. 16 Jan 1944, d. reg. Q1 1944 at Wandsworth R.D.), d. 16 Jun 1917, d. reg. Q2 1917 at Wandsworth R.D. In 1871, living with her maternal grandparents. In 1881, Frederick was a student, visiting Elsie's aunt Mary Adeline HAWORTH. In 1891, living at 10 Greenfield Crescent, Edgbaston, Birmingham, Warwickshire, with her husband Frederick (a Wesleyan minister), a housemaid, and a cook. In 1901, living at 12 Greenfield Crescent, Edgbaston, with her husband Frederick (a Wesleyan minister), their children Christopher, Frederick, and Helen, a cook, a housemaid, and a nurse. In 1911, living at 12 Greenfield Crescent, Edgbaston, with her husband Frederick (a Wesleyan methodist minister), their children Christopher, Frederick, and Helen, her niece Dorothy Irma DANIEL, housemaid, and a cook. At her death in 1917, of 33 Routh Road, Wandsworth Common, Surrey. Probate 27 Jul 1917 to her husband Frederick (a Wesleyan minister); effects £254 4d. At his death in 1944, Frederick was of 33 Routh Road, Wandsworth Common. His probate 20 Jul 1944 to his sons Christopher and Frederick; effects £8,894 3s. 9d. [ref. 3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,5a,8d]
          1. Christopher Luke WISEMAN, b. ca. 1893 at Edgbaston, b. reg. Q2 1893 at Kings Norton R.D. In 1901 and 1911, at school, living with his parents. In 1944, a schoolmaster, one of his father's executors. In 1945, a schoolmaster, an executor of his great uncle George Chester HAWORTH's widow Ellen. [ref. 3g,3h,5a,8a]
          2. Frederick Daniel WISEMAN, b. ca. 1895 at Edgbaston, b. reg. Q1 1895 at Kings Norton R.D., m. reg. Q2 1923 at Marylebone R.D., Suzanne H. ROUX (m1. BRUYERE), d. suddenly 1952. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, at school, living with his parents. In 1923, joined the staff of the Methodist Recorder newspaper; appointed manager in 1934; later managing editor. Living at St. Albans in 1939. In 1944, a journalist, one of his father's executors. [ref. 3g,3h,5a,8a,23]
            1. Robert W.L. WISEMAN, b. reg. Q4 1924 at Wandsworth R.D., m. reg. Q4 1953 at Kensington R.D., Ann M. FRYER. [ref. 5a]
              1. Richard C.L. WISEMAN, b. reg. Q4 1954 at Stepney R.D. [ref. 5a]
          3. Helen Margaret WISEMAN, b. ca. 1897 at Birmingham, b. reg. Q4 1897 at Kings Norton R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her parents. [ref. 3g,3h,5a]
        2. Lucy Helen DANIEL, b. ca. 1868 at Salford, b. reg. Q3 1868 at Salford R.D., m. reg. Q1 1895 at Biggleswade R.D., Arthur Trevethin NOWELL (b. ca. 1862 at Garndiffaith, Monmouthshire, b. reg. Q1 1862 at Pontypool R.D., d. reg. Q1 1940 at Bucklow R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1930 at Kensington R.D. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her father and stepmother. In 1891, living on her own means, visiting the Huntley Health Resort, Bishopsteignton, Devon, together with her cousins Helen and Emma HACKING. In 1901, living at 92 Fellows Road, Hampstead, London, with her husband Arthur (an artist painter, working on his own account at home), their sons Colin and Wilfred, a nurse, a cook, a housemaid, and a hospital nurse. In 1911, living at 47 Hornton Court, Kensington High Street, London, with her husband Arthur (an artist portrait painter), their son Wilfrid, a housemaid, and a cook. At her son's death in 1917, of 1 St. Mary Abbots Place, Kensington, London. Arthur painted portraits of several members of the family. [ref. 3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,4e,5a,8d,22]
          1. Colin Arthur NOWELL, b. ca. 1895 at London, b. reg. Q4 1895 at Hampstead R.D., d. reg. Q3 1905 at Hampstead R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. [ref. 3g,5a]
          2. Wilfrid James NOWELL, b. ca. 1896 at London, b. reg. Q4 1896 at Hampstead R.D., d. 9 Apr 1917. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, at school, living with his parents. At his death in 1917, a second lieutenant in the 460th Howitzer Battery, Royal Field Artillery. Memorial at Faubourg d'Amiens Cemetery, Arras, France. [ref. 3g,3h,5a,22]
        3. James Cecil Haworth DANIEL, b. ca. Mar 1871 at Halliwell, b. reg. Q2 1871 at Bolton R.D., m. reg. Q4 1894 at Biggleswade R.D., Beatrice Dorothy CONDER (b. ca. 1873 at Biggleswade, b. reg. Q4 1873 at Biggleswade R.D., d. reg. Q3 1960 at Hereford R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1937 at Woolwich R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his father and stepmother. In 1891, living with his father and stepmother. In 1901, a farmer and justice of the peace, living at St. Andrews, St. Andrews Place, Biggleswade, with his wife Beatrice, their daughters Dorothy, Marjorie, and Mildred, a cook, a nurse, an undernurse, and a housemaid. In 1911, a farmer and gentleman, living at Brooklands, Biggleswade, with his wife Beatrice, their daughters Marjorie and Vivian, and a general domestic servant. [ref. 3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,5a,8d]
          1. Dorothy Irma DANIEL, b. ca. 1896 at Stanford, Southill, near Biggleswade, b. reg. Q1 1896 at Biggleswade R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her father's sister Lois. [ref. 3g,3h,5a]
          2. Marjorie Ida DANIEL, b. ca. 1898 at Biggleswade, b. reg. Q4 1898 at Biggleswade R.D. In 1901 and 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 3g,3h,5a]
          3. Mildred Vivian or Vivian Mildred DANIEL, b. ca. 1900 at Biggleswade, b. reg. Q2 1900 at Biggleswade R.D. In 1901 and 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 3g,3h,5a]
        4. Clifford Haworth DANIEL, b. ca. 1873 at Biggleswade, b. reg. Q3 1873 at Biggleswade R.D., m. reg. Q4 1901 at Rotherham R.D., Mary BENNITT (b. ca. 1868 at Dawlish, Devon), d. reg. Q4 1946 at Hailsham R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his father and stepmother. In 1891, a boarding pupil at Rydal Mount school, Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, together with his first cousin Harold Wilfred HAWORTH. Claimed to speak Welsh as well as English in 1891. Ordained deacon at Chichester in 1896. In 1901, a Church of England clergyman, boarding in a miner's house at 189 Third Row, Ashington, Northumberland. In 1911, a clergyman of the established church, living at the Vicarage, South Cave, Yorkshire, with his wife Mary, their daughter Phyllis, a cook, and a housemaid. [ref. 3e,3f,3g,3h,5a,8d,27b]
          1. Phyllis Ethel DANIEL, b. ca. 1902 at Sheffield, Yorkshire, b. reg. Q3 1902 at Ecclesall Bierley R.D. In 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 3h,5a]
      2. George Chester HAWORTH, b. ca. 1843 at Ainsworth, b. reg. Q2 1843 at Bury R.D., m1. 1870 at St. Mary, Cheadle, Cheshire, m1. reg. Q2 1870 at Stockport R.D., Elizabeth Pape FORD (b. ca. 1847 at Higher Broughton, Lancashire, b. reg. Q4 1847 at Salford R.D., d. 25 Dec 1913 at High Lawn, d. reg. Q4 1913 at Bucklow R.D.), m2. reg. Q2 1915 at Barton upon Irwell R.D., Ellen Fergusson HOOD (sister of Elizabeth Kirkwood HOOD; b. reg. Q1 1879 at Chorlton R.D., d. 20 Dec 1944, d. reg. Q4 1944 at Bucklow R.D.), d. 11 May 1932, d. reg. Q2 1932 at Bucklow R.D., bur. 14 May 1932 at Bowdon. In 1861, a clerk in [presumably his father's] cotton mill, living with his parents. In 1871, a spinner manufacturer, living at 4 The Crescent, Lady Barn, Lancashire, with his wife Elizabeth, an unnamed infant son (Richard), and three servants. At his son's baptism in 1880, a cotton spinner, of Manchester. In 1881, a cotton manufacturer, living at Brook Bank, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Lancashire, with his wife Elizabeth, son Francis, a cook, a housemaid, and a nurse. In 1888, a cotton spinner, of Palatine Road, Didsbury, one of his mother's executors. In 1891, a cotton spinner and manufacturer, living at Lyndhurst, Palatine Road, Didsbury, with a waitress, a cook, a housemaid, and an under housemaid; his wife Elizabeth was boarding at Well House, a hydropathic hotel at Ilkley, Yorkshire, with her children Chester, Francis, Mary, and Gordon. In 1901, a cotton merchant and manufacturer, living at High Lawn, Bowdon, Cheshire, with his wife (enumerated incorrectly as Mary), their children Richard, Chester, Frank, Mary, and Gordon, visitor Janette KNOX (b. ca. 1881 in Scotland), a cook, a waitress, two housemaids, a kitchenmaid, an underhousemaid, a housekeeper and stud groom, and the groom's wife. In 1911, a cotton spinner, manufacturer, and merchant, living with his son Gordon; Elizabeth was living at High Lawn, Bowdon, with her son Frank, a waitress, a cook, three housemaids, and a kitchenmaid. At his death in 1932, of High Lawn, Bowdon. Probate 4 Jul 1932 to his widow Ellen, his son Richard, and Leigh BUTLER, engineer; effects £380,071 2s. 4d.; numerous charitable bequests, many of them to Methodist causes. At her death in 1944, Ellen was of High Lawn, Bowdon. Her probate 16 May 1945 and 10 Nov 1945 to her sister Elizabeth (also her husband's sister-in-law), her husband's daughter Mary, her husband's great nephew Christopher Luke WISEMAN, and Stanley BEDDOW, company chairman; effects £43,680 3s. 11d. A partner in his father's firm and eventually its chairman. The family grave is in the churchyard at Bowdon. [ref. 1p,1t,2a,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,4f,5a,5b1,8a,8d,27c,27f,27h]
        1. Richard Ford HAWORTH, b. ca. Mar 1871 at Fallowfield, Lancashire, b. reg. Q2 1871 at Chorlton R.D., m. 1 Jun 1911 at St. George Hanover Square, m1. reg. Q2 1911 at St. George Hanover Square R.D., Pauline FIRTH (only child of William FIRTH of The Grange, Chesnuts, Massachusetts; m2. reg. Q4 1924 at Marylebone R.D., Joseph W. "Joe" BOUMPHREY), div., m2. reg. Q2 1927 at Fylde R.D., Phyllis HENDERSON (m2. 25 Jul 1935 at St. Mary, Sevenoaks, Kent, m2. reg. Q3 1935 at Sevenoaks R.D., Tom Morriss PRIESTLEY, of White Friars, Sevenoaks), d. 30 Oct 1933 at 20 Devonshire Place, London, d. reg. Q4 1933 at Marylebone R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a boarding pupil in a school at 31 Park Crescent, North Meols, Lancashire, together with his brother George. (Where in 1891?) In 1901, a cotton merchant and manufacturer, living with his parents. (Where in 1911?) At his death in 1933, of Owlscot, Park Avenue, Hale, Cheshire. Probate 23 Feb 1934 to his widow Phyllis, his father's widow Ellen, and Stanley BEDDOW, secretary; effects £54,519 0s. 6d. Posthumously, at his second wife's remarriage in 1935, of Owlscot, Hale. His first wife Pauline became a well known sculptor under the name Pauline Firth BOUMPHREY; she specialized in animal bronzes. [ref. 3d,3e,3g,4f,5a,8a,27c,27i]
          1. Richard Firth HAWORTH, b. 16 Nov 1915, b. reg. Q4 1915 at Bucklow R.D., m. reg. Q4 1941 at Cambridge R.D., Mary WEBB, d. reg. Q1 1983 at Newton Abbot R.D. An army cadet at Radley College. Commissioned 2nd lieutenant in the Royal Armoured Corps, Territorial Army, effective 12 Aug 1939. Lost control of Richard Haworth & Co. [ref. 2d,4f,5a]
            1. Penelope A. HAWORTH, b. reg. Q1 1943 at Cambridge R.D. [ref. 5a]
            2. Felicity J. HAWORTH, b. reg. Q1 1947 at Cambridge R.D., m. reg. Q1 1971 at North Buckinghamshire R.D., Robert CORRY. Researcher Felicity Corry. [ref. 4f,5a]
              1. Christopher John CORRY, b. reg. Q4 1971 at Oxford R.D. [ref. 4f,5a]
        2. George Chester HAWORTH, b. ca. 1873 at Fallowfield or Chorlton-cum-Hardy, b. reg. Q3 1873 at Chorlton R.D., m. reg. Q2 1906 at Liverpool R.D., Alice Mary O'HARE (b. ca. 1880 at Belfast, Ireland), d. 9 Apr 1928 at his residence, Bollin Wood, Wilmslow, Cheshire, d. reg. Q2 1928 at Bucklow R.D., bur. 12 Apr 1928 at Bowdon. In 1881, a boarding pupil in the same school as his brother Richard. In 1891, an apprentice, living with his mother. In 1901, a cotton merchant and manufacturer, living with his parents. In 1911, a cotton manufacturer, living at Bollin Wood, Wilmslow, with his wife Alice. Probate 7 Jun 1928 to his widow Alice; effects £15,410 9s. 1d. [ref. 1t,3e,3f,3g,3h,5a,8a,27g]
        3. Francis Colin "Frank" HAWORTH, b. ca. Jul 1880 at Chorlton-cum-Hardy, b. reg. Q4 1880 at Chorlton R.D., chr. 17 Oct 1880 at Christ Church, Blackpool, Lancashire, m. reg. Q3 1908 at Brighton R.D., Annie EDMONDSON, d. 18 Oct 1915 in the Dardanelles, bur. at Green Hill Cemetery, Turkey. In 1881, living with his parents (age mistakenly recorded as 8 years rather than 8 months). In 1891, a scholar, living with his mother. In 1901, a cotton merchant and manufacturer's apprentice, living with his parents. In 1911, a cotton doubler and manufacturer, living with his mother and listed as single (where was Annie?). At his death in 1915, a private in the Fife and Forfar Yeomanry, of High Lawn, Bowdon; his wife Annie was of 54 King's Road, Buxton. Administration (with will) granted 21 Mar 1916 to his widow Annie; effects £2,805 18s. 2d. [ref. 1p,3e,3f,3g,3h,5a,8a,22]
        4. Mary Gladys HAWORTH, b. 11 Feb 1883 at Didsbury or Manchester, b. reg. Q2 1883 at Chorlton R.D., m. reg. Q2 1909 at Bucklow R.D., Joseph Edward STANNING (b. ca. 1879 at Leyland, Lancashire, d. 10 Feb 1939, d. reg. Q1 1939 [as HANNING] at Ashbourne R.D.), d. reg. Jul 1984 at Ashbourne R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with her mother. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, living with her husband (a bleacher) in his mother's household at Broadfield, Leyland. At his death in 1939, Joseph was of Lady Hole House, Yeldersley, Derbyshire. His probate 23 May 1939 to Mary; effects £9,045 17s. 4d. In 1945, an executor of her father's widow Ellen. [ref. 3f,3g,3h,5a,8a]
        5. Gordon Morris HAWORTH, b. ca. 1884 at Manchester or Didsbury, b. reg. Q4 1884 at Chorlton R.D., m. reg. Q4 1913 at Fylde R.D., Ada WILLIAMS (b. ca. 1884, d. 9 Mar 1963, d. reg. Q1 1963 at Worthing R.D.), d. 4 Jun 1955, d. reg. Q4 1955 at Hove R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his mother. In 1901, a machine mechanic's apprentice, living with his parents. In 1911, a farmer, living at Brick House, Stalmine, Lancashire, with his father, a general servant, and a dairy maid. At his death in 1955, of The West House, 6 Princes Crescent, Hove, Sussex. Probate 15 Aug 1955 to his widow Ada and two solicitors, Lionel William BIGGS and Roger Sinclair KIRKPATRICK; effects £8,979 9s. 5d. At her death in 1963, Ada was of 24 First Avenue, Worthing. Her probate 22 Apr 1963 to the same two solicitors; effects £29,820 16s. 3d. [ref. 3f,3g,3h,5a,8a]
      3. Sarah Jane HAWORTH, b. ca. 1845 at Manchester, m. reg. Q3 1864 at Chorlton R.D., William Henry HACKING (b. ca. 1837 at Manchester, d. 9 Nov 1912 at sea), d. 22 Aug 1925, d. reg. Q3 1925 at Manchester North R.D. In 1851 and 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, living at 37 Springbank, Bury, with her husband William (a machinist employing 160 men and 30 boys), their children Henry, Sarah, Helen, and Emma, a general servant, and a nurse. In 1881, living at Ryecroft, Manchester Road, Bury, with her husband (a loom maker machinist), their children Henry, Helen, and Emma, a cook, and a housemaid. In 1891, living at Heathcroft House, Unsworth, Lancashire, with her husband William (an iron founder and machine maker), their son Henry, a housemaid, a waitress, an underhousemaid, and a cook. In 1901, living at Bury New Road, Unsworth, with her husband William (a textile machine maker), their children Emma and Richard, a cook, two housemaids, a waitress, and a kitchenmaid. (Where in 1911?) At his death in 1912, William was of Bury. His probate 4 Feb 1913 to Thomas HACKING, esquire, and Peter Graham GOW, bank manager; effects £106,528 18s. 1d. At her death in 1925, of Oakhill, Prestwich, Manchester. Probate 30 Oct 1925 to her children Emma and Henry; effects £915 4s. 3d. [ref. 2a,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,5a,8a,8d]
        1. Henry Haworth HACKING, b. ca. 1865 at Bury, b. reg. Q3 1865 at Bury R.D., d. 11 May 1935 at Oakhill, Prestwich, d. reg. Q2 1935 at Heywood R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, an iron founder and machine maker (employed, presumably by his father), living with his parents. In 1901, a loom maker and machinist, boarding in the BIRD household at 74 Walmersley Road, Bury. In 1911, a textile machinist, living at 21 Knowsley Street, Bury, with a housekeeper and another servant. In 1925, a textile machine manufacturer, an executor of his mother's will. At his death in 1935, of 139 Clifton Drive, South St. Annes-on-Sea, Lancashire. Probate 15 Aug 1935 to the Public Trustee; effects £32,852 15s. [ref. 3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,5a,8a]
        2. Sarah Jane HACKING, b. ca. 1866 at Bury, b. reg. Q4 1866 at Bury R.D., d. reg. Q3 1876 at Bury R.D. In 1871, living with her parents. [ref. 3d,5a]
        3. Helen HACKING, b. ca. 1868 at Bury, b. reg. (as Ellen) Q4 1868 at Bury R.D., m. reg. Q3 1892 at Prestwich R.D., George Denis HARDMAN (b. ca. 1859 at Bury, b. reg. Q3 1859 at Bury R.D., d. reg. Q2 1932 at Conway R.D.). In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, visiting the Huntley Health Resort, Bishopsteignton, with her sister Emma and cousin Lucy DANIEL. In 1901, living at The Ridge, Chapel en le Frith, Derbyshire, with her husband George (a wool manufacturer), a cook, a waitress, and a housemaid. In 1911, living at Westbourne, Helmshore, Lancashire, with her husband George (a woolen manufacturer), their children William and Denise, a lady help, a cook, and a housemaid waitress. [ref. 3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,5a]
          1. William Geoffrey HARDMAN, b. ca. 1902 at Chapel en le Frith, b. reg. Q1 1902 at Chapel en le Frith R.D. In 1911, living with his parents. [ref. 3h,5a]
          2. Helen Ruth Denise HARDMAN, b. ca. 1908 at Turton, Lancashire, b. reg. Q2 1908 at Bolton R.D. In 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 3h,5a]
        4. Emma Webster HACKING, b. ca. Aug 1870 at Bury, b. reg. Q3 1870 at Bury R.D., d. reg. Q1 1956 at Heywood R.D. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, visiting the Huntley Health Resort, Bishopsteignton, with her sister Helen and cousin Lucy DANIEL. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, of private means, visiting Smedleys Hydropathic Company, Matlock, Derbyshire, with her brother Richard. In 1925, an executrix of her mother's will. [ref. 3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,5a,8a]
        5. Richard Haworth HACKING, b. ca. 1882 at Bury, b. reg. Q3 1882 at Bury R.D., m. reg. Q3 1910 at Belfast R.D., either Helen Maud SEFTON (b. reg. Q3 1883 at Newtownards R.D.), d. 7 Jul 1934. In 1891, one of just three boarding pupils at Links House School, Glen Eldon Road, Lytham, Lancashire. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a textile engineer, maker of looms, etc., visiting Smedleys Hydropathic Company, Matlock, with his sister Emma. At his death in 1934, of Findene, Lisburn Road, Balmoral, Co. Antrim. Probate to his widow Helen; effects in England £12,445 1s. 10d. [ref. 3f,3g,3h,5a,8a,9]
          1. Patricia W.H. HACKING, b. reg. Q3 1914 at Chorlton R.D. [ref. 5a]
          2. Audrey J. HACKING, b. reg. Q3 1916 at Chorlton R.D. [ref. 5a]
          3. Sylvia H.M. HACKING, b. reg. Q3 1916 at Chorlton R.D. [ref. 5a]
          4. Richard S. HACKING, b. reg. Q3 1920 at Chorlton R.D. [ref. 5a]
      4. James Sewell HAWORTH, b. 27 Oct 1848 at 14 Upper Jackson Street, Hulme, Lancashire, m. 9 Aug 1876 at the Wesleyan chapel, Sydenham, Kent, m. reg. Q3 1876 at Lewisham R.D., Alice SERCOMBE, d. 21 May 1923 at 2 Bridgeland Street, Bideford, Devon, d. reg. Q2 1923 at Bideford R.D. In 1851, living with his parents. In 1861, a boarding scholar in a private school run by Dr. James M. CRANSWICK (teacher A.M.P.H.) at Victoria Terrace, Bury Old Road, Broughton, Lancashire. In 1871, a Wesleyan minister, visiting the family of James FOX, a farmer, at Hillam, Yorkshire. In 1881, a Wesleyan minister, living at 82 Newby Street, Kirkdale, Lancashire, with his wife Alice, their son Harold, and two general servants. In 1891, a Wesleyan minister, living at Upworth Lodge, Wrexham, Denbighshire, with his wife Alice, her sister Kate, visitor Sarah C. PHILLIPS (living on her own means, b. ca. 1838 at Chelsea), and a cook. Elected to membership in the Royal Geographical Society in 1892. In 1901, a Wesleyan minister, living at Eirianfa, Llangollen, Denbighshire, with his wife Alice and a housemaid. In 1911, a Wesleyan minister, living at Eiranfa, Llangollen, with his wife Alice, her sister Jane, and a servant. In 1918, of Eirianfa. Will for £55,372 6s. 1d., probate 1 Sep 1923. See obituary and list of appointments[ref. 3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,5a,5e,5f,6,8c,8d,27a]
        1. Harold Wilfred HAWORTH, b. 16 Sep 1877 at 62 Trinity Square, Margate, Kent, b. reg. Q4 1877 at Thanet R.D., m1. 8 Jan 1907 at St. Andrew, Fulham, London, m1. reg. Q1 1907 at Fulham R.D., Mary Katharine MATTHEW (b. ca. 1884 in Ceylon, daughter of Walter Edmund MATTHEW and Ada Mary THOMSON, d. reg. Q4 1914 at Conway R.D.), m2. Jun 1917 at Disley, Cheshire, m. reg. Q2 1917 at Hayfield R.D., Norah Christian ORFORD, d. 10 Jun 1941 at Cranford, Lingfield, Surrey, d. reg. Q2 1941 at Surrey South Eastern R.D. In 1881, living with his parents. Pupil at Rydal Mount School (now Rydal Penrhos), Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, from 1889 to 1896, including service as a prefect. In 1891, a boarding pupil at Rydal Mount, together with his first cousin Clifford Haworth DANIEL. Student at Cambridge University (matriculated Michaelmas 1896 at Trinity Hall, LL.B. 1900, M.A. 1904). In 1901, living on his own means in a boarding house at Ashchurch Grove, Hammersmith, London, sharing three rooms with Arnold C. HALLIGEY (a solicitor, b. ca. 1876 at Taunton, Somerset, son of John T.F. HALLIGAY, a Wesleyan minister at Exeter, Devon.) Called to the bar, Inner Temple, 27 Jan 1902. Ordained deacon (London) 1903; priest 1904. Curate of St. Andrew's, Fulham, 1903-1907. At his marriage in 1907, of 5 Palmerston Mansions, Fulham; his wife Mary was of 45 Barton Street, Fulham; the witnesses were James Sewell HAWORTH (Harold's father), Alice HAWORTH (his mother), and Ada M. MATTHEW (Mary's mother). The officiating minister was Roland G. MATTHEW (Mary's uncle). Curate of Tarporley, Cheshire, 1907-1910. Vicar of Disley, 1910-1924. In 1911, a clerk in holy orders, living at Bentside Farm, Disley, with his wife Mary. Vicar of Christ Church, Crewe, Cheshire, 1924-1931. Vicar of Bowdon and proctor in convocation of Chester, Cheshire, 1931-1939. Canon of Chester, 1936-1939. Will to his wife Norah for £28,252 19s. 1d., probate at Manchester 26 Sep 1941. (See obituary.) [ref. 2b,3e,3f,3g,3h,4b,5d,8b,8c,20,5a,28,34]
          1. Walter James Lawrence HAWORTH, b. 9 Feb 1908 at Tarporley, Cheshire, b. reg. Q1 1908 at Chester R.D., m1. reg. Q4 1932 at Depwade R.D., Elizabeth H. "Betty" DURRANT (d. 1946 at Colombo, Ceylon), m2. 1947 at Colombo, Sybil Flora ROYLANCE (b. 7 Feb 1902, b. reg. Q1 1902 at Brentford R.D., m1. reg. Q3 1922 at Brentford R.D., Malcolm D.M. DANDO, d. reg. Jul 1985 at Winchester R.D.), m3. reg. Aug 1986 at Winchester R.D., Marjorie M.H. MUNTZ, d. 18 Aug 1991 at Winchester, Hampshire, d. reg. Aug 1991 at Southampton R.D. In 1911, living temporarily with a district nurse at 99 High Street, Tarporley. A company director. [ref. 3h,4b,4c,5a,8b]
            1. Jennifer Anne "Jennie" HAWORTH, b. 11 Jul 1935 at Colombo, m1. 1957 at Sparsholt, Hampshire, m1. reg. Q2 1957 at Winchester R.D., Brian R. ROCKINGHAM-GILL (b. reg. Q1 1932 at Salisbury R.D.), div. 1963, m2. reg. Q1 1965 at Midhurst R.D., Bryan A. WHITFIELD (b. 12 Feb 1928). [ref. 4b,4c,5a]
              1. Ginevra Elizabeth "Gina" ROCKINGHAM-GILL, b. 25 Jul 1959 at Colombo, m. 1998 at Sydney, Australia, Gia SIKHARULIDZE. A psychologist. [ref. 4b,4c]
                1. Gabriel Andrew SIKHARULIDZE, b. 12 Dec 1999 at Sydney. [ref. 4c]
              2. Emma Caroline ROCKINGHAM-GILL, b. 13 Dec 1960 at Colombo, m. 1987 at Sydney, Timothy ROONEY (b. 1959). A civil servant. [ref. 4b,4c]
                1. Samuel Sean ROONEY, b. 15 Jul 1994 at Sydney. [ref. 4b,4c]
                2. Tessa Caitlin ROONEY, b. 25 May 1996 at Sydney. [ref. 4b,4c]
              3. Christopher Mark Tobias "Toby" WHITFIELD, b. 6 Feb 1965 at Chichester, Sussex, b. reg. Q1 1965 at Chichester R.D., m. 29 Apr 2000 at Sydney, Claire FRANCIS (b. 21 Apr 1970 in United Kingdom). A company director. [ref. 4b,4c,5a]
          2. Christopher Matthew "Kit" HAWORTH, b. 31 Dec 1911 at Disley, b. reg. Q1 1912 at Hayfield R.D., d. 17 Aug 1975 at Pembury Hospital, near Tunbridge Wells, Kent, d. reg. Q3 1975 at Tonbridge R.D. A schoolmaster at the Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe and coauthor (in 1962) of a history of the school. [ref. 4a,4b,5a]
          3. Elizabeth Mary "Liz" HAWORTH, b. 31 Dec 1911 at Disley, b. reg. Q1 1912 at Hayfield R.D., d. 24 Dec 1994 at London, d. reg. Dec 1994 at Islington R.D. An executive secretary in London for the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge and later the Embroiderers' Guild[ref. 4a,4b,5a]
          4. Katharine Perpetua "Peta" HAWORTH, b. 13 Sep 1918 at Disley, b. reg. Q3 1918 at Hayfield R.D., m. Dec 1948 Olaf Herbert E. BAYLES (b. 20 Jan 1916, b. reg. Q1 1916 [as BAELZ] at Lewisham R.D., d. 31 Oct 1996, d. reg. Nov 1996 at Hitchin and Stevenage R.D.), d. Feb 1980 at Stevenage, Hertfordshire, d. reg. Q1 1981 at Stevenage R.D. A physician. Olaf was an anesthesiologist. [ref. 4b,5a]
            1. Rosemary Ann BAYLES, b. 21 Apr 1949 at Enfield, b. reg. Q2 1949 at Woolwich R.D. A botanist[ref. 4b,5a]
            2. Colin David BAYLES, b. 6 May 1951, b. reg. Q2 1951 at Hitchin R.D., m. reg. May 1987 at Bishop Stortford R.D., Sally M. KINGSLEY. A chartered surveyor. [ref. 4b,5a]
            3. Lindsay Susan BAYLES, b. 22 Dec 1952, b. reg. Q1 1953 at Hitchin R.D. A solicitor. [ref. 4b,5a]
          5. Mary Christian HAWORTH, b. 11 Jan 1920 at Disley, b. reg. Q1 1920 at Hayfield R.D., d. 31 Jan 2006 at St. Thomas's Hospital, London. A social worker at Moorfields Eye Hospital[ref. 4a,4b,5a]
          6. Joan Margaret HAWORTH, b. 20 June 1928 at Christ Church Vicarage, Crewe, b. reg. Q3 1928 at Nantwich R.D., m. 23 Dec 1949 at Lingfield, m. reg. Q4 1949 at Surrey South Eastern R.D., Gareth MORGAN, d. 1 Jun 2008 at Austin, Texas. [ref. 4a,4b,5a,5c,5g]
        2. Richard HAWORTH, b. 3 May 1883, b. reg. Q2 1883 at Kingston R.D., d. 25 Jun 1886. His gravestone is adjacent to that of Richard Haworth PEARSON, below. His father's will provides for a legacy to the National Children's Home and Orphanage "as an Endowment Fund for the Richard Haworth House at the Lancashire Branch at Edgworth near Bolton". [ref. 7,8c]
      5. John Fletcher HAWORTH, b. ca. 1851 at Moss Side, Manchester, b. reg. Q4 1851 at Chorlton R.D., m. reg. Q2 1876 at Chorlton R.D., Frances Alice POPE (b. ca. 1854 at London, d. 22 Feb 1925), d. 13 Mar 1922, d. reg. Q1 1922 at Kingston R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, a clerk, living with his parents. In 1881, a cotton spinner, living at The Thorns, Didsbury Park, Didsbury, with his wife Frances, daughters Mary and Joan, a cook, a housemaid, and a nurse. In 1886, a cotton spinner, of 28 High Street, Manchester; granted administration of the estate of his mother's sister Martha. In 1891, a cotton spinner, living at Oldfield, Lancashire, with his wife Frances, their daughters Joan, Ellen, Hannah, and Frances, his mother-in-law Ann E. POPE, his wife's nephew Hugh L. POPE, a waitress, a cook, a housemaid, a nurse, a nurserymaid, a maid, and a coachman. In 1901, a gentleman and retired cotton merchant, living at Brentwood, Park Road, Hale, Cheshire, with his wife Frances, their daughters Joan, Helen, and Frances, a waitress, a cook, two housemaids, and a governess. At his daughter's marriage in 1905, a J.P., of Lethbridge, Hale. In 1911, a gentleman, living at Lethbridge, Hale, with his wife Frances, their daughters Frances and Mary, Mary's husband and daughter, his wife's sister Anne Eliza POPE (b. ca. 1863 at Leeds, Yorkshire, m. reg. Q2 1888 at Chorlton R.D., Thomas Percival CHUBB), a governess, a waitress, and three other servants. At his daughter's marriage in 1913, of Withens, Sutton Coldfield. At his death in 1922, of Priory Court, Belvedere Avenue, Wimbledon, Surrey. Probate 17 Jun 1922 to his sons in law Edward Harold LONGSON and Kenneth STOKER and to James Wheatley JONES, chartered accountant; effects £78,199 4s. 10d. At her death in 1925, Frances was of Two Oaks, Malcolm Road, Wilmbledon. Her administration was granted 28 May 1925 to her daughter Joan; effects £1,386 6s. 2d. A partner in his father's firm. [ref. 2a,2k,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,5a,8a,8d,27e]
        1. Mary HAWORTH, b. ca. 1877 at Manchester, m. reg. Q2 1898 at Altrincham R.D., Charles Archibald CHUBB (b. ca. 1871 at Chislehurst, Kent, m2. 1949 Margaret Alison PICKARD [d. 1986], d. 1967), d. 1948. In 1881, living with her parents. (Where in 1891?) In 1901, living at 51 Drayton Gardens, Kensington, London, with her husband Charles (a lock and safe manufacturer), a visitor, a housemaid, and a cook. In 1911, living with her parents, together with her husband Charles (a lock and safe manufacturer), and their adopted daughter Shirley. Charles was the managing director of Chubb & Sons Lock & Safe Co., Ltd., and was a baronet and the second Baron Hayter. [ref. 3e,3g,3h,5a,30]
          1. Shirley CHUBB (adop.), b. ca. Jul 1909 at Manchester. In 1911, living with her adopted parents and grandparents. [ref. 3h]
          2. George Charles Hayter CHUBB, b. 25 Apr 1911, m. 1940 Elizabeth Anne RUMBOLD. Chairman of Chubb & Sons Lock & Safe Co., Ltd., a baronet, and the third Baron Hayter. [ref. 30]
            1. Sarah CHUBB, b. 1941, m. 1963 David Humphrey CLARK. [ref. 30]
              1. Andrew David CLARK, b. 1964. [ref. 30]
              2. Alison Tamsen CLARK, b. 1967. [ref. 30]
              3. Simon William CLARK (adop.), b. 1968. [ref. 30]
              4. Katherine Mary CLARK (adop.), b. 1970. [ref. 30]
            2. George William Michael CHUBB, b. 9 Oct 1943, m. 1983 Waltraud FLACKL. [ref. 30]
              1. Thomas Frederik Flackl CHUBB, b. 23 Jul 1986. [ref. 30]
            3. John Andrew CHUBB, b. 1946, m. 1975 Sandy BRERETON. [ref. 30]
              1. Alfred CHUBB, b. 1977. [ref. 30]
              2. Georgia CHUBB, b. 1978. [ref. 30]
            4. Charles Henry Thomas CHUBB, b. 1949, m. 1979 Ann Nicola MANNING. [ref. 30]
              1. Mark Henry CHUBB, b. 1980. [ref. 30]
              2. Josephine Anne CHUBB, b. 1983. [ref. 30]
              3. Jack Charles CHUBB, b. 1985. [ref. 30]
              4. Alice Christine CHUBB, b. 1989. [ref. 30]
          3. David William Early CHUBB, b. 1914, m. Veronica CLIFTON, d. 1993. [ref. 30]
            1. Jeremy David Knyvett CHUBB, b. 1941, m. 1978 Valerie Anne WIGHTMAN (m1. EVANS). [ref. 30]
              1. Patrick David CHUBB, b. 1980. [ref. 30]
              2. Andrew Harry CHUBB, b. 1982. [ref. 30]
        2. Joan HAWORTH, b. ca. 1879 at Manchester or Didsbury. In 1881, 1891, and 1901, living with her parents. (Where in 1911?) In 1925, administrator of her mother's estate. [ref. 3e,3f,3g,8a]
        3. Helen Lethbridge HAWORTH, b. ca. 1881 at Didsbury, b. reg. Q3 1881 at Chorlton R.D., m. 26 Sep 1905 at the Cathedral, Calcutta, Geoffrey Faussett MARTIN (only son of Charles Edward MARTIN of Southbourne, Hampshire), d. 17 Feb 1965, d. reg. Q1 1965 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, living at Maes-y-Porth, Hale, with her children Catherine and John and a children's nurse. At her death in 1965, of St. Marys, Dawlish Road, Teignmouth, Devon. Probate 13 Apr 1965 to Theodore Henry Edgcome EDWARDS, solicitor, and Hugh Bellasis MARTIN, overseas manager; effects £9,610. [ref. 2k,3f,3g,3h,5a,8a]
          1. Catherine Dulcie MARTIN, b. ca. 1907 at Calcutta. In 1911, living with her mother. [ref. 3h]
          2. John Anthony Archdale MARTIN, b. ca. 1908 at Altrincham, b. reg. Q4 1908 at Bucklow R.D. In 1911, living with his mother. [ref. 3h,5a]
        4. Hannah Elizabeth HAWORTH, b. ca. 1884 at Didsbury, b. reg. Q4 1884 at Chorlton R.D., m. reg. Q3 1908 at Bucklow R.D., Edward Harold LONGSON. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, a boarding student in a small school at Laleham, Clarence Road, Clapham, London. (Priscilla F.V. CHUBB, b. ca. 1885 at Chislehurst, was also a boarding student there in 1901.) In 1911, living at Limpsfield, Vale Road, Bowdon, with her husband Edward (a barrister at law), their daughter Ruth, a cook, and a nurse. In 1922, Edward was a barrister, an executor for Hannah's father. [ref. 3f,3g,3h,5a,8a]
          1. Ruth LONGSON, b. ca. 1909 at Bowdon, b. reg. Q2 1909 at Bucklow R.D., m. reg. Q3 1934 at Chelsea R.D., Niel G. CROSFIELD-PEARSON. In 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 3h,5a]
          2. Penelope J. LONGSON, b. reg. Q4 1918 at Bucklow R.D., m. reg. Q3 1945 at Pancras R.D., Ambrose A. MURRAY-DAVEY. [ref. 5a]
            1. Lucy J. MURRAY-DAVEY, b. reg. Q4 1951 at Hampstead R.D. [ref. 5a]
        5. Frances Sewell HAWORTH, b. ca. 1889 at Altrincham, Cheshire, b. reg. Q4 1889 at Altrincham R.D., m. 16 Sep 1913 at St. Paul Wesleyan, Bowdon, m. reg. Q3 1913 at Bucklow R.D., Kenneth STOKER (elder son of Robert Burden STOKER). In 1891, 1901, and 1911, living with her parents. In 1922, Kenneth was an average adjuster, an executor for Frances's father. [ref. 3f,3g,3h,5a,8a,27e]
          1. Robert B. STOKER, b. reg. Q3 1914 at Wirral R.D. [ref. 5a]
          2. Kenneth R. STOKER, b. reg. Q3 1917 at Wirral R.D., m. reg. Q3 1950 at Chapel en le Frith R.D., Rosalie J. BURNELL. [ref. 5a]
          3. Francis STOKER, b. reg. Q3 1918 at Wirral R.D. [ref. 5a]
          4. John C.M. STOKER, b. reg. Q3 1918 at Wirral R.D. [ref. 5a]
        6. Another child, d. by 1911. [ref. 3h]
      6. Mary Adeline HAWORTH, b. ca. 1854 at Whalley Range, Manchester, b. reg. Q4 1854 at Chorlton R.D., m. reg. Q2 1877 at Chorlton R.D., James Fildes PEARSON (b. 2 May 1852 at Ingleby Barwick on Tees, Yorkshire, b. reg. Q2 1852 at Stockton R.D., d. 21 Apr 1929, d. reg. Q2 1929 at Ormskirk R.D.), d. 17 Mar 1912 at Beachmount, Arnside, Westmorland, after a short illness, d. reg. Q1 1912 at Kendal R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. (Where in 1871?) In 1881, living at Barwicke Cottage, Gatley, Lancashire, with her husband James (a wholesale grocer), their daughters Mary and Elizabeth, visitor Frederick L. WISEMAN (future husband of her niece Elsie Lois DANIEL), a nurse, a housemaid, and a cook. In 1888, of West Bank, Heaton Mersey, Lancashire, one of her mother's executors. In 1891, visiting Huntley, a health resort at Bishopsteignton, Devon, with her husband James (living on his own means); their home seems to have been Haslemere, North Promenade, St. Annes on Sea, Lytham, Lancashire. In 1901, visting the IDDON family at Inglewood, Arnside, with her husband James (a provision merchant). In 1911, visiting her daughter Elisabeth (where was James?). Cremated at Manchester Crematorium. [ref. 3c,3e,3f,3g,3h,4g,5a,5h,8a,7,8c,8d,27d]
        1. Mary Mowbray PEARSON, b. 6 Apr 1878 at Cheadle, Cheshire, b. reg. Q2 1878 at Stockport R.D., m. 1898 at St. John, Knutsford, Cheshire, m. reg. Q3 1898 at Altrincham R.D., William Clayton GROSVENOR (b. 12 Jul 1866 at Glasgow, Lanarkshire, d. 17 Mar 1947, d. reg. Q1 1947 at Westmorland South R.D., bur. at Arnside), d. 2 Nov 1961 at Upper Norwood, London, bur. at Arnside. In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a scholar, living at her parents' house in St. Annes on Sea with her sister Elisabeth, a visiting English teacher, a cook, a waitress, and a housemaid. In 1901, living at Hungersheath, Arnside, with her husband William (a doctor of medicine), their son Richard, a nurse, a cook, and a housemaid. In 1911, living at Hungersheath, Arnside, with her husband William (a medical practitioner), their daughter Mary, a nurse, two housemaids, a cook, and a kitchenmaid. The couple spent a long time in China, possibly at around the time of the First World War; William was described there as a medical missionary. [ref. 3e,3f,3g,4g,5a,5b1]
          1. Richard Moberley Clayton GROSVENOR, b. ca. 1899 at Old Trafford, Lancashire, b. reg. Q3 1899 at Barton upon Irwell R.D., d. reg. Q2 1903 at Kendal R.D., bur. at Arnside in the same grave as his parents. In 1901, living with his parents. [ref. 3g,4g,5a]
          2. Mary Donald GROSVENOR, b. ca. 1903 at Arnside, b. reg. Q3 1903 at Kendal R.D. In 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 3h,5a]
        2. Elisabeth Dorothy PEARSON, b. 15 Oct 1879 at Cheadle, b. reg. Q4 1879 at Stockport R.D., m. 1902 at St. Mary, Disley, m. reg. Q3 1902 at Hayfield R.D., Allan Noble MONKHOUSE (a journalist and author, b. 7 May 1858 at Barnard Castle, Co. Durham, b. reg. Q2 1858 at Teesdale R.D., d. 10 Jan 1936, d. reg. Q1 1936 at Hayfield R.D.), d. 16 Sep 1952 at Disley, d. reg. Q3 1952 at North East Cheshire R.D. In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a scholar, living at her parents' house in St Anne's on Sea with her sister Mary and others (see above). In 1901, visiting the HORNUNG family at 7 Southfield Villas, Middlesbrough, Yorkshire. In 1911, living at Meadow Bank, Disley, with her husband Allan (a journalist for a daily newspaper), their children Patrick, Rachel, and John, her visiting mother, a nurse, a housemaid, and a cook. [ref. 3e,3f,3g,3h,4g,5a,5b1]
          1. Patrick James MONKHOUSE, b. ca. 1904 at Disley, b. reg. Q2 1904 at Hayfield R.D., m1. reg. Q4 1929 at Manchester South R.D., Joan C. LEACH (m2. reg. Q2 1940 at Marylebone R.D., Edward A.F. HARDING), div., m2. reg. Q4 1947 at North East Cheshire R.D., Anne P. BRISBANE. In 1911, living with his parents. [ref. 3h,5a]
            1. Richard A. MONKHOUSE, b. reg. Q4 1933 at Manchester South R.D. [ref. 5a]
            2. Charles K. MONKHOUSE, b. reg. Q2 1950 at Manchester R.D. [ref. 5a]
            3. Penelope B. MONKHOUSE, b. reg. Q2 1952 at Manchester R.D. [ref. 5a]
            4. Harriet F. MONKHOUSE, b. reg. Q1 1962 at Manchester R.D. Researcher Harriet Monkhouse. [ref. 5a]
          2. Rachel Mary MONKHOUSE, b. ca. 1905 at Disley, b. reg. Q4 1905 at Hayfield R.D., m. reg. Q2 1937 at North East Cheshire R.D., Eustace A. NATZIO. In 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 3h,5a]
            1. John C. NATZIO, b. reg. Q4 1939 at North East Cheshire R.D. [ref. 5a]
          3. John Mowbray MONKHOUSE, b. 1 Sep 1908 at Disley, b. reg. Q4 1908 at Hayfield R.D., d. reg. Aug 1990 at Poole R.D. In 1911, living with his parents. [ref. 3h,5a]
          4. Elisabeth M. MONKHOUSE, b. reg. Q3 1912 at Hayfield R.D. See obituary in The Guardian, 20 Jan 2012. [ref. 5a]
        3. Richard Haworth PEARSON, b. reg. Q2 1882 at Stockport R.D., d. 17 Oct 1885 at West Bank, Heaton Norris, Lancashire, of convulsions, bronchitis, and incipient pneumonia, d. reg. Q4 1885 at Stockport R.D. His gravestone is adjacent to that of Richard HAWORTH (1883-1886), above. [ref. 5a,5h,7]
      7. Frederic HAWORTH, b. ca. 1857 at Manchester, m1. reg. Q2 1881 at Stockport R.D., Mary Simmonds HODGKINSON (b. ca. 1860 at Manchester, d. 30 Nov 1925, d. reg. Q4 1925 at Kendal R.D.), m2. reg. Q1 1933 at Fylde R.D., Elizabeth Kirkwood HOOD (sister of Ellen Fergusson HOOD; b. reg. Q1 1887 at Chorlton R.D., d. reg. Q4 1967 at Hove R.D.), d. 28 Jan 1945, d. reg. Q1 1945 at Westmorland South R.D. In 1861 and 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, a cotton spinner and manufacturer (dealer), living with his parents. In 1891, a justice of the peace and lieutenant colonel commanding the 3rd Volunteer Battalion of the Lancashire Militia, living on his own means at Tweed Mount, Bath Road, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, with his wife Mary, their children Richard, Frederic, Mary, and Harriet, a cook, a waitress, a housemaid, and a kitchenmaid. In 1901, a magistrate, retired cotton manufacturer, and colonel commanding the 3rd Volunteer Battalion of the Lancashire Fusiliers, living at The Wood, Windermere, Westmorland, with his wife Mary, their daughters Alison and Harriett, a cook, a parlormaid, a sewing maid, a housemaid, and a kitchenmaid. In 1911, a retired cotton manufacturer, living at Ashley Green, Brathay, Ambleside, Westmorland, with his wife Mary, their daughters Mary and Harriet, visitor Enid Amy MASON (b. ca. 1887 at Windermere), a cook, a lady's maid, a housemaid, a parlormaid, and a kitchen maid. At his daughter's marriage in 1913, of Ashley Green, Ambleside. At his daughter's marriage in 1914, of Ashley Green, Ambleside, and 19 Royal Crescent, Bath. At her death in 1925, Mary was of Ashley Green, Loughrigg, Ambleside. Her administration granted 10 Feb 1926 to her husband Frederic; effects £2,301 14s. 4d. At his death in 1945, of Ashley Green, Ambleside. Probate 18 May 1945 to Martins Bank, Ltd.; effects £92,480 10s. 1d. In May 1945 and Nov 1945, Elizabeth was an executor of Ellen, widow of Frederic's brother George. A partner in his father's firm. [ref. 2a,2i,2j,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,5a,8a,8d]
        1. Richard HAWORTH, b. ca. 1882 at Cheadle, b. reg. Q4 1882 at Stockport R.D., d. 6 Jan 1954 at Westmorland County Hospital, Kendal, Westmorland, d. reg. Q1 1954 at Westmorland South R.D. In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901, a gentleman cadet at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, Berkshire. In 1911, a lieutenant in the 1st Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, Multan, Punjab, India. Awarded D.S.O. and M.V.O. At his death in 1954, of Oliver Close, Loughrigg, Ambleside. Probate 22 Mar 1954 to Lloyds Bank, Ltd.; effects £48,297 9s. 11d. [ref. 3f,3g,3h,5a,8a]
        2. Frederic Deacle HAWORTH, b. ca. 1884 at Cheadle, b. reg. Q1 1884 at Stockport R.D., d. reg. Q2 1892 at Conway R.D. In 1891, living with his parents. [ref. 3f,5a]
        3. Mary Alison HAWORTH, b. ca. 1885 at Cheadle, b. reg. Q2 1885 at Stockport R.D., m. 21 Jan 1914 at St. Andrew, Bath, Arthur Lawrence GLADSTONE (b. ca. 1889, d. 3 Feb 1962, d. reg. Q1 1962 at Sedbergh R.D.; son of S.H. GLADSTONE of Darley Ash, Bovington, Hertfordshire), d. 2 Jul 1961 at County Hospital, Kendal, Westmorland, d. reg. Q3 1961 at Westmorland South R.D. In 1891, 1901, and 1911, living with her parents. At he death in 1961, of Breda, Sedbergh, Yorkshire. Probate 20 Jul 1961 to her son Lawrence and solicitor Geoffrey Richard HAGUE; effects £56,283 2s. At his death in 1962, Arthur was of Breda, Highfield Road, Sedbergh. His probate 12 Apr 1962 to his son Richard and the same solicitor; effects £8,812 7s. [ref. 2i,3f,3g,5a,8a]
          1. Richard Lawrence GLADSTONE, b. reg. Q1 1923 at Sedbergh R.D. In 1961 and 1962, a schoolmaster, an executor for his mother and father. [ref. 5a,8a]
          2. Katharine M. GLADSTONE, b. reg. Q1 1926 at Sedbergh R.D. [ref. 5a]
        4. Harriet Mildred HAWORTH, b. ca. 1887 at Woodford, Cheshire, b. reg. Q1 1887 at Macclesfield R.D., m. 15 Nov 1913 at the Cathedral, Bombay, Edwin Walter PYE (b. 16 May 1888, b. reg. Q2 1888 at Hampstead R.D., d. reg. Q3 1971 at Uckfield R.D.; youngest son of William A. PYE of Priest Hill, Limpsfield), d. 7 Aug 1954, d. reg. Q3 1954 at Uckfield R.D. In 1891, 1901, and 1911, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1913, Edwin was of the Indian Civil Service. At her death in 1954, of Stockland, Chelwood Gate, Sussex. Probate 27 Sep 1954 to her husband Edwin, a retired stockbroker; effects £40,734 1s. 2d. [ref. 2j,3f,3g,5a,8a]
    9. William Hardman HAWORTH, b. 25 Feb 1822, chr. 11 Aug 1822 at St. Mary, Bury, bur. 5 Nov 1822 at St. Mary, Bury. [ref. 1a]
Possibly related: Probably not related closely: HAWORTH baptisms at St. Mary, Bury, 1804: [ref. 1a] Other HAWORTHs at Rydal Mount School: [ref. 28]

Descendants of George Chester

George CHESTER, m1. 13 Jul 1762 at St. Mary, Bury, Lancashire, Ann GREGSON (d. 10 Apr 1763, bur. 11 Apr 1763 at St. Mary, Bury), m2. 19 Feb 1765 at St. Mary, Bury, Mary SCHOLCROFT. At his marriage in 1762, a weaver, of Bury St. Mary; Ann was also of Bury St. Mary; the witnesses were James HEATON and John BUTTLER. At his daughter's baptism in 1763, of Bury. At his marriage in 1765, a weaver, of Bury St. Mary; Mary was also of Bury St. Mary; the witnesses were John SHERWOOD and William NORRIS. At his children's baptisms in 1766 and 1770, of Bury. [ref. 1a]
  1. Ellen CHESTER, b. 1 Mar 1763, chr. 3 Apr 1763 at St. Mary, Bury, m. 1 Oct 1780 at St. Mary, Bury, James HOWORTH. At her marriage in 1780, of Bury St. Mary. [ref. 1a]
  2. Ann CHESTER, b. 17 Jan 1766, chr. 16 Feb 1766 at St. Mary, Bury. [ref. 1a]
  3. John CHESTER, b. 27 Jul 1770, chr. 29 Jul 1770 at St. Mary, Bury. [ref. 1a]

Descendants of William Thornley

William THORNLEY. At his daughter's baptism in 1784, of Ainsworth, Lancashire. [ref. 1a]
  1. Elizabeth "Betty" THORNLEY, b. 7 Apr 1784 at Bury, Lancashire, chr. 2 May 1784 at St. Mary, Bury, m1. 21 Nov 1803 at St. Mary, Bury, George Chester HAWORTH, m2. 20 Aug 1832 at St. Mary, Bury, Thomas SMITH (m1. and wid. by 1832, d. by 1851). At her marriage in 1803, of Bury. In 1841, living at Fleet Street, Bury, with her husband Thomas (a printer). In 1851, a baker, living by herself at Fleet Street, Bury. In 1861, boarding with her son John HAWORTH. [ref. 1a,3a,3b,3c]

It is tempting to conclude that Betty was instead the daughter of Edmund THORNLEY and Betty HARDMAN, m. 9 Nov 1777 at St. Mary, Bury. This Betty was b. 23 Feb 1782 and chr. 24 Mar 1782 at St. Mary, Bury, with her name given specifically as Betty (not Elizabeth). A birthdate in Feb 1782 fits perfectly with Betty Smith's age in the 1851 and 1861 censuses, whereas one in Apr 1784 is slightly off. Moreover, note the middle name Hardman among her descendants. But it appears that this Betty d. 1 Jul 1797 and was bur. 3 Jul 1797 at St. Mary, Bury.

Sources

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    3. St. Andrew, Fulham, London (from images at Ancestry)
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    1. Recollection of the author, Daniel Francis Morgan
    2. Joan Margaret (Haworth) Morgan and Mary Christian Haworth, pers. comm.
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    4. Keith Chester Haworth, pers. comm.
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    7. Harriet Monkhouse, pers. comm., 8 Aug 2008
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      1. Cheshire BMD
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    4. Birth certificate of Harold Wilfred Haworth, 1877
    5. Birth certificate of James Sewell Haworth, 1848
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    7. Marriage certificate of Joan Margaret Haworth and Gareth Morgan, 1949
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    1. England and Wales National Probate Calendar (from images at Ancestry)
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    1. 1910
    2. 1920
    3. 1930
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    2. Ordinations, 23 Dec 1896
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  19. Mike Leach, Rydal Penrhos Society (former pupil organization), pers. comm., 23 Sep 2002.
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