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Caroline Senior

#461, b. circa 1812, d. 1852
Caroline Senior|b. c 1812\nd. 1852|p16.htm#i461|John Senior||p93.htm#i2802|Ann Haigh|b. c 1774|p49.htm#i1440|||||||||||||

Relationship=2nd great-grandmother of Vivien Eley.
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Caroline Senior was born circa 1812. She was the daughter of John Senior and Ann Haigh.
In the census of 6 June 1841 she was listed as as a fancy weaver in the household of Ann Senior at Skelmanthorpe.1
Caroline Senior married Godfrey Lodge, son of William Lodge, on 26 February 1843 at the Parish Church, High Hoyland, She was aged 31, he was 29. Witnesses were George Allott and William Allott.
In the census of 30 March 1851 she was listed as as a bobbin winder aged 39 the daughter of Nancy Senior at Common End, High Hoyland.2
Caroline Senior died in 1852. She was buried on 9 June 1852 at St Augustine, Scissett, ; as of Skelmanthorpe, aged 40.

Child of Caroline Senior

Children of Caroline Senior and Godfrey Lodge

Citations

  1. [S199] 1841 census for Cumberworth (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece 1323; Book: 15; Civil Parish: Cumberworth; County: Yorkshire; Enumeration District: 9; Folio: 6; Page: 5; Line: 13; GSU roll: 464274."
  2. [S200] 1851 census for Cumberworth (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece: 2293; Folio: 564; Page: 9; GSU roll: 87488-87489."

John Hirst

#462, b. circa 1792

Relationship=2nd great-grandfather of Vivien Eley.
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John Hirst was born circa 1792 at Cumberworth. He married Mary Hobson, daughter of Thomas Hobson and Ann Gaunt, on 9 December 1822 at Penistone.
In the census of 6 June 1841 he was listed as the head of household at Cumberworth as a fancy weaver.1
John Hirst married Grace (?) on 21 June 1841 at the Parish Church, Huddersfield.2
In the census of 30 March 1851 he was listed as the head of household at Common End, Skelmanthorpe, as a fancy waistcoat weaver aged 49.3
In the census of 7 April 1861 he was listed as the head of household at Common End, Skelmanthorpe, as a fancy waistcoat weaver.4
In the census of 2 April 1871 he was listed as the head of household at High Bridge Bar, Skelmanthorpe, as a turnpike gate keeper and yeast importer aged 70.5

Children of John Hirst and Mary Hobson

Children of John Hirst and Grace (?)

Citations

  1. [S199] 1841 census for Cumberworth (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece 1277; Book: 3; Civil Parish: Kirk Burton; County: Yorkshire; Enumeration District: 12; Folio: 16; Page: 5; Line: 19; GSU roll: 464246."
  2. [S335] Copy marriage certificate.
  3. [S202] 1851 census for Skelmanthorpe (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece: 2293; Folio: 562; Page: 5; GSU roll: 87488-87489."
  4. [S201] 1861 census for Skelmanthorpe (online image) "Class: RG9; Piece: 3254; Folio: 79; Page: 5; GSU roll: 543103."
  5. [S267] 1871 census for Skelmanthorpe for Skelmanthorpe (online image) "Class: RG10; Piece: 4353; Folio: 32; Page: 21; GSU roll: 846990."

Isaac Binns

#463, b. 24 October 1844, d. 6 August 1884
Isaac Binns|b. 24 Oct 1844\nd. 6 Aug 1884|p16.htm#i463|Abraham Binns|b. c 1820\nd. 8 Feb 1859|p16.htm#i488|Sarah Mortimer|b. 10 Mar 1823\nd. 5 Sep 1890|p18.htm#i523|Thomas Binns|d. b 1841|p18.htm#i530|Mary (?)|b. c 1792\nd. 1851|p3.htm#i98|William Mortimer|b. 1791|p18.htm#i531|Betty Hopkinson|b. 1791|p18.htm#i532|

Relationship=Great-grandfather of Vivien Eley.
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Isaac Binns was born on 24 October 1844 at Birkenshaw. He was the son of Abraham Binns and Sarah Mortimer. Isaac Binns was baptized on 15 December 1844 at Birstall.1

He appeared as a scholar on the census of 30 March 1851 in the household of Abraham Binns and Sarah Binns at Birkenshaw.2 Isaac Binns was educated at various schools, with perhaps some first lessons in Birkenshaw. In his own writings he mentions four schools, Ben Preston's ( a Benjamin Preston is listed as a schoolmaster in the 1841 Batley census), a Methodist Day and Sunday school kept by Mr Hepplestone, the Grammar School, and the Wesleyan Day school kept by Mr. John Osborne. His obituary only mentions John Osborne's school, and it was there that he stayed on as a pupil teacher. We are told that although he passed his examinations early,"the scholastic profession was not adapted to one of so lively a temperament."

In that his book was originally a series of articles for the local paper which would have been read by friends and former schoolmates I see no reason for him to have given a false account. If he attended the Grammar School for a time, it may have been that his family could not afford to keep him there. His father died when he was thirteen, and this may have been preceded by a period of ill health. Isaac Binns was a half-timer at Bromley's mill, probably only a lad of twelve or so, and would have been able to contribute a shilling or two to the family income whilst still attending school for part of the day.

On leaving Mr Osborne's he found employment as a cashier at Messrs. Ward's provision merchants in Leeds.

In the census of 7 April 1861 he was listed as a scholar aged 16 the son of Sarah Binns at Soothill Lane, Soothill.3
Isaac Binns married Sarah Thurman Robinson, daughter of John Robinson and Grace Stubley, on 15 April 1868 at Wesleyan Chapel, Batley, by licence. He was described as a bookkeeeper on the marriage certificate.4

In the census of 2 April 1871 he was listed as a secretary in a woollen mill visiting his mother-in-law Grace Robinson.5

Isaac Binns; Dialect Author and editor

It was probably during the 1860s that became involved in the production of dialect almanacs which were something of a fashion at the time. The first of these seems to have been by Charles Rogers of Barnsley, who wrote under the pseudonym of "Tom Treddlehoyle" and whose Pogmoor Almenac first came out in 1843. Later the fashion spread to Batley.6
Isaac Binns was not the only Batley man to engage in writing these Almanacs, Abraham Lister was another.
One of his earlier ventures in dialect writing seems to have been "Tom Wallop" a humorous account of his experiences in the Birstall Rifle Brigade. If the Rifle Brigade's exploits were taken a little more seriously than those Isaac describes, there was sometimes, as at one encampment at which Benjamin Sheard was present with the Batley Brigade, an element of farce.
Isaac Binns was to produce his own dialect almanacs and similar writings, including:-

"T Bag o'Shoddy " written under the pseudonym of Uriah Wakatea. This is said to have been published by various publishers, and 1872 is said to have been the fourth year of publication.
"T'Coddy Miln" or more fully "T'Owd Original Coddy Miln Almanac" published by Senior of Heckmondwike.
"Heckmondwike Swashland Almanac" published by Senior of Heckmondwike

His obituary in the Batley News tells us of his editing other Almanacs, "Country Words", "T' Barnsla Foaks" and "Tommy Toddles" Almanacs, and writing serial stories including "Outlines and Notes," "On the Line" "The Argonaut", "At the Last Victory" and "Fanny the Orphan" and "After Fifteen Years".7
Following the death of Charles Rodgers in 1874 he was to take on the role of "Tom Treddlehoyle" in editing the Pogmoor Almenac.

Borough Accountant

in October 1874 Isaac Binns was appointed Borough Accountant, succeeding Robert Shackleton, in which position he was to serve until his death.8 Isaac Binns was The post was advertised at a salary of £120 pa, but in 1876 it was increased to £150, in return for which Isaac appears top have agreed to remain in post for at least two years. (There may well have been further increments; his successor was awarded a salary of £200 per annum on his appointment in September 1884).9,10
In 1874 the council had purchased the building built as a mechanic's institute and public hall for use as Town Hall, and there were discussions about extendng this, but in view of heavy financial committments at the time it was decided that there would be only minor alterations to improve office accommodation. These, carried out in 1876, provided better accommodation for Isaac and an assistant.
Isaac seems to have tackled the isues involved in Local Authority finance with enthusiastic interest, and wrote a pamphlet on the use of Sinking Funds to finance Public Works, in the form of a letter addressed to Alderman Fox. Another booklet is a series of Loans Repayment and Annuity tables for use by other accountants. On 1 March 1881 Isaac Binns and Michael Sheard were, with fifteen others, founder members of the Batley Antiquarian Society which met at the Princess Alice Coffee House in Wilton Street, Batley,  Sadly this was a short-lived Society, several of the early members dying in the next few years.

Isaac Binns must have had a wide circle of friends and correspondents, and among these was George Markham Tweddell , the Cleveland author, whose wife Elizabeth also wrote dialect works under her maiden name of Elizabeth Cole. George and Elizabeth were also strong supporters of a movement to improve conditions among the poor by giving them wider educational opportunities. This they put into practice by moving to Bury, where George became Head of a new Industrial School, and Elizabeth its Matron. On the closure of the school they returned to Cleveland, but with a growing family the 1870s saw a period of financial hardship and Isaac was one of the contributors to a "Purse of Gold" raised by George's friends to assist him.11
In November 1881 Isaac Binns received a letter from George with a biography of his wife, Elizabeth, whose work Isaac must have been interested in publishing.

From Village to Town

in 1882 came the publication of Isaac's book, "From Village to Town", subtitled,"A series of Random Reminiscences of Batley during the last 30 years."
The book betrays its origins as a series of newspaper articles, but, although partly written in a comic vein, tells us much about how our ancestors lived, worked, ate and even amused themselves. Isaac's anecdotes give us information about various characters mentioned elsewhere on this site including James Thurman, Robert Brearley, Abraham Lister, John Ward and Catherine Exley.12
Speaking of the unpaved, rutted, muddy roads of the Batley of his youth, he ascribes to John Beswicke Greenwood , old "Beswick" as he calls him, the epithet of "mucky Batley."12 Isaac Binns told of sitting in on Council Proceedings, and gave some account of the first Mayor, John Jubb.12
Isaac was cousin to Lizzie Stehr and I was charmed to hear from Jeannie Muller that her copy of "From Village to Town" was one that he gave to Lizzie.13

Isaac Binns was a man of many interests, and a Fellow of the Royal Historical, English Dialect, Folk Lore; Yorkshire Archeological and Topographical societies. He is also said to have played an initiatory part in the formation of the Heckmondwike and Batley Naturalist Societies.
He is said to have caught a chill on a visit to Ingleborough, a favourite spot, on Good Friday and died on 6 August 1884 aged 39, the age at which his father had died. He was buried on 9 August 1884 at the Cemetery, Batley, following a service in Purlwell Wesleyan Chapel.
Obituaries brought tributes from friends, and in one a correspondent from abroad writes:-

"I was deeply grieved to read in your columns of the death of Mr Isaac Binns F.R.H.S. He was a man of culture, remarkable perception and brilliant talents. Though I believe his aquaintance with the classics was but of a limited extent, he possessed a very extensive knowledge of modern literature, and wrote pretty extensively in various directions. He deeply loved historical and archeological research, and was an ardent student of folk-lore. He was one of the best arithmeticians I ever knew, and I believe he could add up a column of figures, consisting of pounds, shillings and pence, all at the same time. But it was not merely in the working of accounts that he excelled, for perhaps he was one of the best financiers in the district. His knowledge of the general bearings of financial operations rank him as a thoroughly political economist. I never knew him take much interest in the political world; he preferred to rest in those calmer realms which are more congenial to a thoughtful student. He was a keen obsever of men and manners, and described his experiences in a 'racy' and interesting style, and many will miss the cheery welcome voice and mourn for the dear good fellow, who has left us for a happier country. He was not one of your morose students, who wouldn't enter into the pursuits of other men, but would set off with two or three companions and tramp 20 or 25 miles across the moors. He was a follower of Isaac Walton and often walked long distances with his line and rod. He liked sport, and whenever he shot at a bird or aimed at a target he was generally about the mark. He was one of the most energetic founders of the Birstall Rifle Corps, and to the last he remained an honorary member of the Batley movement. He was a respected member of the Order of Foresters, also an Oddfellow and a member of other societies. His kind disposition left many with happy memories of his personality."

Another obituary brought a poem, which can be seen by clicking on the icon here.14
(The paper has mistaken the author's name; this was by George Markham Tweddell , himself a dialect writer and more. Further information about him can be found at http://www.tweddellhistory.co.uk/).

Children of Isaac Binns and Sarah Thurman Robinson

Citations

  1. [S2] BMD Transcript, Birstall, <[ ]>.
  2. [S99] HO 107 for Birstall (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece: 2323; Folio: 302; Page: 32; GSU roll: 87555-87556."
  3. [S183] 1861 census for Soothill for Soothill (online image) "RG09-3413."
  4. [S132] Copy marriage certificate of Isaac Binns and Sarah Thurman Robinson, 15 4 1868.
  5. [S7] 1871 census RG10 for Batley (online image) "Class: RG10; Piece: 4581; Folio: 8; Page: 11; GSU roll: 847145."
  6. [S195] Webpage Charles Rodgers - alias Tom Treddlehoyle (http://www.barnsleyfhs.co.uk/rodgers.htm).
  7. [S253] The Leeds Mercury, "January 7th 1882, "Local Notes and Queries" item on Yorkshire Dialect Almenacs."
  8. [S25] MI, Batley Cemetery.
  9. [S464] The Bradford Observer.
  10. [S461] Unknown author, 'unknown short article title', "February 4th 1876."
  11. [S220] E-mail from Paul Markham Tweddell to V E Tomlinson.
  12. [S110] Isaac Binns (published anonymously) From Village to Town.
  13. [S224] E-mails from Jeannie Muller to V E Tomlinson, 2008.
  14. [S30] The Batley News.

Sarah Thurman Robinson

#464, b. 11 February 1848, d. 20 November 1900
Sarah Thurman Robinson|b. 11 Feb 1848\nd. 20 Nov 1900|p16.htm#i464|John Robinson|b. 1824\nd. 1 Mar 1870|p19.htm#i586|Grace Stubley|b. 1826\nd. 5 Sep 1894|p19.htm#i587|John Robinson|b. 1796\nd. 27 Oct 1858|p22.htm#i661|Sarah Thurman|b. c 1798\nd. 11 Jun 1834|p22.htm#i662|Joseph Stubley|b. 9 Apr 1797\nd. 4 Aug 1828|p19.htm#i597|Frances Smith|b. 1798\nd. 4 Apr 1865|p19.htm#i598|

Relationship=Great-grandmother of Vivien Eley.
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Sarah Thurman Robinson was born on 11 February 1848 at Batley. She was the daughter of John Robinson and Grace Stubley. Sarah Thurman Robinson was baptized on 16 March 1848 at Batley.
In the census of 30 March 1851 she was listed as the daughter of John Robinson at Union Street, Batley.1
In the census of 7 April 1861 she was listed as as a scholar the daughter of John Robinson.2
Sarah Thurman Robinson married Isaac Binns by licence, son of Abraham Binns and Sarah Mortimer, on 15 April 1868 at Wesleyan Chapel, Batley.3

In the census of 2 April 1871 she was listed with Isaac and their young son William visiting her mother Grace Robinson.4
Sarah Thurman Binns and her daughters Kate and Sarah visited Berlin, where my photograph was taken. I do not know if they were visiting friends or relations; it could be that they knew people working in the Blackburn mills or some other English venture.
Isaac had died in 1884, and in the census of 5 April 1891 she was listed as the head of household at 82 Purlwell Lane, Batley, as a widow.5
After thirteen years of widowhood Sarah Thurman Binns married William Todd in 1897.
Sarah Thurman Todd died on 20 November 1900 at Myrtle Cottage, Purlwell Lane, Batley, at age 52; aged 52 years.6 She was buried on 22 November 1900 at the cemetery, Batley.

Children of Sarah Thurman Robinson and Isaac Binns

Citations

  1. [S5] 1851 census for Batley (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece: 2322; Folio: 392; Page: 19; GSU roll: 87553-87554."
  2. [S6] 1861 census RG9 for Batley (online image) "Class: RG9; Piece: 3399; Folio: 117; Page: 26; GSU roll: 543126."
  3. [S132] Copy marriage certificate of Isaac Binns and Sarah Thurman Robinson, 15 4 1868.
  4. [S7] 1871 census RG10 for Batley (online image) "Class: RG10; Piece: 4581; Folio: 8; Page: 11; GSU roll: 847145."
  5. [S9] 1891 census RG12 for Batley (online image) "Class: RG12; Piece: 3719; Folio 72; Page 37; GSU roll: 6098829."
  6. [S253] The Leeds Mercury, "24th November 1900."

Willie Robinson Binns

#465, b. 4 April 1869, d. 6 March 1933
Willie Robinson Binns|b. 4 Apr 1869\nd. 6 Mar 1933|p16.htm#i465|Isaac Binns|b. 24 Oct 1844\nd. 6 Aug 1884|p16.htm#i463|Sarah Thurman Robinson|b. 11 Feb 1848\nd. 20 Nov 1900|p16.htm#i464|Abraham Binns|b. c 1820\nd. 8 Feb 1859|p16.htm#i488|Sarah Mortimer|b. 10 Mar 1823\nd. 5 Sep 1890|p18.htm#i523|John Robinson|b. 1824\nd. 1 Mar 1870|p19.htm#i586|Grace Stubley|b. 1826\nd. 5 Sep 1894|p19.htm#i587|

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Descendants of Joseph Hall
Willie Robinson Binns was born on 4 April 1869 at Batley.1 He was the son of Isaac Binns and Sarah Thurman Robinson.
Willie Robinson Binns was baptized on 25 April 1869 at Batley.1
In the census of 2 April 1871 he was listed as visiting his grandmother Grace Robinson.2 In the census of 5 April 1891 he was listed as as a clerk the son of Sarah Thurman Binns at 82 Purlwell Lane, Batley.3
Willie Robinson Binns married Sarah Illingworth, daughter of Edward Illingworth and Martha Wilson, on 21 August 1896 at the Parish Church, Ossett cum Gawthorpe, Witnesses were Joshua Illingworth and Abraham Arthur Binns.4
In the census of 31 March 1901 he was listed as the head of household at Purlwell Lane, Batley, as a rate collectors clerk.5
Willie Robinson Binns witnessed the marriage of Arthur Senior and Sarah Grace Gertrude Binns on 7 August 1902 at Purlwell Wesleyan Chapel, Batley.
In the census of 2 April 1911 he was listed as the head of household at St Andrew's Terrace, Batley, as a woollen cloth merchant working on his own account.6
Willie Robinson Binns died on 6 March 1933 at age 63.7 He was buried on 9 March 1933 at The Cemetery, Batley.8

Children of Willie Robinson Binns and Sarah Illingworth

Citations

  1. [S265] Microfilm CMB, Hick Lane Chapel.
  2. [S7] 1871 census RG10 for Batley (online image) "Class: RG10; Piece: 4581; Folio: 8; Page: 11; GSU roll: 847145."
  3. [S9] 1891 census RG12 for Batley (online image) "Class: RG12; Piece: 3719; Folio 72; Page 37; GSU roll: 6098829."
  4. [S488] 1871 census for Pontefract (online image).
  5. [S10] 1901 census for Batley (online image).
  6. [S298] Website 1911 Census.co.UK (http://www.1911census.co.uk/).
  7. [S25] MI, Batley Cemetery.
  8. [S480] Register of Batley Cemetery burials.

John Sheard

#466, b. 19 February 1807, d. 1831
John Sheard|b. 19 Feb 1807\nd. 1831|p16.htm#i466|Jonas Sheard|b. 3 Sep 1786\nd. 9 Aug 1834|p51.htm#i1497|Eleanor Hey|b. 1 Apr 1787\nd. 1859|p63.htm#i1895|John Sheard|b. 7 May 1763\nd. 1815|p3.htm#i103|Maria Blakeley|b. 1763\nd. 16 Mar 1817|p16.htm#i482|John Hey||p100.htm#i2999|Hannah Oldroyd||p264.htm#i7393|

Relationship=2nd cousin 4 times removed of Vivien Eley.
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Descendants of Michael Sheard born 1688
John Sheard was born on 19 February 1807 at Batley. He was the son of Jonas Sheard and Eleanor Hey. John Sheard was baptized on 29 March 1807 at Batley.
He married Barbary Senior, daughter of David Senior and Sarah Castle, on 12 February 1827 at Batley witnesses James Sheard, Jos Scargill.1
John Sheard died in 1831. He was buried on 1 October 1831 at Batley
; aged 24.1 He was described in a death notice as a cloth miller and member of the Batley Band, of which his brother James was at one time the leader.2

Children of John Sheard and Barbary Senior

Citations

  1. [S1] Microfiches CMB, All Saints Batley.
  2. [S253] The Leeds Mercury, "8th October 1831."

Kate Binns

#467, b. 22 September 1871, d. 1949
Kate Binns|b. 22 Sep 1871\nd. 1949|p16.htm#i467|Isaac Binns|b. 24 Oct 1844\nd. 6 Aug 1884|p16.htm#i463|Sarah Thurman Robinson|b. 11 Feb 1848\nd. 20 Nov 1900|p16.htm#i464|Abraham Binns|b. c 1820\nd. 8 Feb 1859|p16.htm#i488|Sarah Mortimer|b. 10 Mar 1823\nd. 5 Sep 1890|p18.htm#i523|John Robinson|b. 1824\nd. 1 Mar 1870|p19.htm#i586|Grace Stubley|b. 1826\nd. 5 Sep 1894|p19.htm#i587|

Relationship=Great-aunt of Vivien Eley.
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Descendants of Joseph Hall
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Kate Binns was born on 22 September 1871 at Batley.1
She was the daughter of Isaac Binns and Sarah Thurman Robinson.
Kate Binns was baptized on 22 October 1871 at Batley.1

In the census of 5 April 1891 she was listed as as a clerk the daughter of Sarah Thurman Binns at 82 Purlwell Lane, Batley.2
Kate Binns married John Edward Webster, son of Thomas Webster, in 1895.3
In the census of 31 March 1901 Kate Webster was listed at 107 Dark Lane, Batley, as wife of John Edward Webster.4,5
In the census of 2 April 1911 Kate Webster was listed at "Windy Bank" 107 Dark Lane, Batley, as wife of John Edward Webster.6
Kate Webster died in 1949 at Moor Lane House, Gomersal. She was buried on 7 June 1949 at Batley.7

Child of Kate Binns and John Edward Webster

Citations

  1. [S265] Microfilm CMB, Hick Lane Chapel.
  2. [S9] 1891 census RG12 for Batley (online image) "Class: RG12; Piece: 3719; Folio 72; Page 37; GSU roll: 6098829."
  3. [S21] GRO Indexes "Dewsbury 1895/Q2 Vol 9b p1132."
  4. [S10] 1901 census for Batley (online image) "Class: RG13; Piece: 4256; Folio: 61; Page: 4."
  5. [S154] Grace Eley.
  6. [S298] Website 1911 Census.co.UK (http://www.1911census.co.uk/).
  7. [S480] Register of Batley Cemetery burials.

Abraham Arthur Binns

#468, b. 7 December 1873, d. 18 August 1959
Abraham Arthur Binns|b. 7 Dec 1873\nd. 18 Aug 1959|p16.htm#i468|Isaac Binns|b. 24 Oct 1844\nd. 6 Aug 1884|p16.htm#i463|Sarah Thurman Robinson|b. 11 Feb 1848\nd. 20 Nov 1900|p16.htm#i464|Abraham Binns|b. c 1820\nd. 8 Feb 1859|p16.htm#i488|Sarah Mortimer|b. 10 Mar 1823\nd. 5 Sep 1890|p18.htm#i523|John Robinson|b. 1824\nd. 1 Mar 1870|p19.htm#i586|Grace Stubley|b. 1826\nd. 5 Sep 1894|p19.htm#i587|

Relationship=Great-uncle of Vivien Eley.
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Descendants of Joseph Hall
collection V. E. Tomlinson
Abraham Arthur Binns was born on 7 December 1873 at Birstall.1 He was the son of Isaac Binns and Sarah Thurman Robinson. Abraham Arthur Binns was baptized on 12 April 1874 at Batley.1
In the census of 5 April 1891 he was listed as a stonemason's apprentice the son of Sarah Thurman Binns at 82 Purlwell Lane, Batley.2
Abraham Arthur Binns married Florence Singleton, daughter of Samuel Singleton, on 21 August 1899 at Batley Witnesses were Kate Webster and Frances Amelia Talbot.3
In the census of 31 March 1901 he was listed as the head of household at 12 Belvedere Road, Batley, a stonemason.
In the census of 2 April 1911 he was listed as the head of household at 88A Purlwell Lane, Batley, as a stonemason.4
Abraham and family emigrated to America in October 1920 sailing on the S.S. Haverford from Liverpool to Philadelphia.
In the census of 1930 he was listed as the head of household at Haddon Township, Camden, New Jersey, as a contractor, concrete.5
Abraham Arthur Binns died on 18 August 1959 at California, USA, at age 85.6 He was buried in 1959 at Rand District Cemetery, Johannesburg, Kern County, California, USA.7

Children of Abraham Arthur Binns and Florence Singleton

Citations

  1. [S265] Microfilm CMB, Hick Lane Chapel.
  2. [S9] 1891 census RG12 for Batley (online image) "Class: RG12; Piece: 3719; Folio 72; Page 37; GSU roll: 6098829."
  3. [S1] Microfiches CMB, All Saints Batley.
  4. [S298] Website 1911 Census.co.UK (http://www.1911census.co.uk/) "(RG14PN27238 RG78PN1556 RD503 SD2 ED12 SN296)."
  5. [S315] 1930 US Federal census (online image) "Haddonfield, Camden, New Jersey; Roll: 1324; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 125; Image: 20.0."
  6. [S430] Website Find a Grave (http://www.findagrave.com/) "Find A Grave Memorial# 9085023."
  7. [S430] Website Find a Grave (http://www.findagrave.com/).

John Eldon Binns

#469, b. 1876, d. 1939
John Eldon Binns|b. 1876\nd. 1939|p16.htm#i469|Isaac Binns|b. 24 Oct 1844\nd. 6 Aug 1884|p16.htm#i463|Sarah Thurman Robinson|b. 11 Feb 1848\nd. 20 Nov 1900|p16.htm#i464|Abraham Binns|b. c 1820\nd. 8 Feb 1859|p16.htm#i488|Sarah Mortimer|b. 10 Mar 1823\nd. 5 Sep 1890|p18.htm#i523|John Robinson|b. 1824\nd. 1 Mar 1870|p19.htm#i586|Grace Stubley|b. 1826\nd. 5 Sep 1894|p19.htm#i587|

Relationship=Great-uncle of Vivien Eley.
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Descendants of Joseph Hall
collection V. E. Tomlinson
John Eldon Binns was born in 1876. He was the son of Isaac Binns and Sarah Thurman Robinson.
In the census of 5 April 1891 he was listed as the son of Sarah Thurman Binns at 82 Purlwell Lane, Batley.1
John Eldon Binns married Bessie North, daughter of William North, on 3 July 1902 at Christ Church, Staincliffe, Witnesses were Charles E Brooke and Eli Sedgewick.2,3
In the census of 2 April 1911 he was listed as the head of household at 21 Rydall St., Holbeck, Leeds, as a foreman.4
Later he was in business on his own account at St. Columba Street, Leeds, as successor to a John Robshaw who had previously been listed at that address.5
John Eldon Binns served for a time as Secretary of the North of England Rag, Metal and Waste Merchants Association; an organisation founded in 1914. Later he was President of this Association, retiring from this role in 1925.6
He died in 1939 at Leeds.

Children of John Eldon Binns and Bessie North

Citations

  1. [S9] 1891 census RG12 for Batley (online image) "Class: RG12; Piece: 3719; Folio 72; Page 37; GSU roll: 6098829."
  2. [S21] GRO Indexes "Dewsbury 1902/Q3 Vol 9b p1291."
  3. [S488] 1871 census for Pontefract (online image).
  4. [S298] Website 1911 Census.co.UK (http://www.1911census.co.uk/) "Holbeck census (RG14PN27200 RG78PN1554 RD502 SD1 ED24 SN187)."
  5. [S283] Unknown author, unknown record type, unknown date "unknown cd."
  6. [S552] Unknown author, '"Eleven Years Old and Going Strong"', The Waste Trade World, 21 2 1925.

Henry Bayliss Binns

#470, b. 1879, d. 1880
Henry Bayliss Binns|b. 1879\nd. 1880|p16.htm#i470|Isaac Binns|b. 24 Oct 1844\nd. 6 Aug 1884|p16.htm#i463|Sarah Thurman Robinson|b. 11 Feb 1848\nd. 20 Nov 1900|p16.htm#i464|Abraham Binns|b. c 1820\nd. 8 Feb 1859|p16.htm#i488|Sarah Mortimer|b. 10 Mar 1823\nd. 5 Sep 1890|p18.htm#i523|John Robinson|b. 1824\nd. 1 Mar 1870|p19.htm#i586|Grace Stubley|b. 1826\nd. 5 Sep 1894|p19.htm#i587|

Relationship=Great-uncle of Vivien Eley.
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Descendants of Joseph Hall
Henry Bayliss Binns was born in 1879.1 He was the son of Isaac Binns and Sarah Thurman Robinson. Henry Bayliss Binns died in 1880. He was buried on 7 July 1880 at The Cemetery, Batley, ; aged 8 months.

Citations

  1. [S20] GRO Indexes "Dewsbury Q4 9b 626."

Sarah Illingworth

#471, b. 1872, d. 28 February 1955
Sarah Illingworth|b. 1872\nd. 28 Feb 1955|p16.htm#i471|Edward Illingworth||p311.htm#i8591|Martha Wilson||p311.htm#i8592|||||||||||||
Sarah Illingworth was born in 1872 at Ossett, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Edward Illingworth and Martha Wilson. Sarah Illingworth was baptized on 1 September 1872 at Holy Trinity, Ossett.1
She married Willie Robinson Binns, son of Isaac Binns and Sarah Thurman Robinson, on 21 August 1896 at the Parish Church, Ossett cum Gawthorpe, Witnesses were Joshua Illingworth and Abraham Arthur Binns.1
In the census of 31 March 1901 Sarah Binns was listed at Purlwell Lane, Batley, as wife of Willie Robinson Binns.2
In the census of 2 April 1911 Sarah Binns was listed at St Andrew's Terrace, Batley, as wife of Willie Robinson Binns.3

Sarah Illingworth died on 28 February 1955.4

Children of Sarah Illingworth and Willie Robinson Binns

Citations

  1. [S488] 1871 census for Pontefract (online image).
  2. [S10] 1901 census for Batley (online image).
  3. [S298] Website 1911 Census.co.UK (http://www.1911census.co.uk/).
  4. [S25] MI, Batley Cemetery.

Isaac Binns

#472, b. 1 October 1900, d. 1982
Isaac Binns|b. 1 Oct 1900\nd. 1982|p16.htm#i472|Willie Robinson Binns|b. 4 Apr 1869\nd. 6 Mar 1933|p16.htm#i465|Sarah Illingworth|b. 1872\nd. 28 Feb 1955|p16.htm#i471|Isaac Binns|b. 24 Oct 1844\nd. 6 Aug 1884|p16.htm#i463|Sarah T. Robinson|b. 11 Feb 1848\nd. 20 Nov 1900|p16.htm#i464|Edward Illingworth||p311.htm#i8591|Martha Wilson||p311.htm#i8592|

Relationship=1st cousin 1 time removed of Vivien Eley.
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Descendants of Joseph Hall
Isaac Binns was born on 1 October 1900 at Batley. He was the son of Willie Robinson Binns and Sarah Illingworth. Isaac Binns was baptized on 5 November 1900 at Holy Trinity, Ossett.1
In the census of 31 March 1901 he was listed as aged 6 months the son of Willie Robinson Binns at Purlwell Lane, Batley.2
In the census of 2 April 1911 he was listed as the son of Willie Robinson Binns at St Andrew's Terrace, Batley.3
It seems both Isaac and his brother Frank must have inherited some of their grandfather's financial acumen, for both were to find careers in banking.
Isaac became a bank manager, but elected to remain in the West Riding, working in Batley, Dewsbury and Heckmondwike.
He died in 1982 at Batley.

Citations

  1. [S488] 1871 census for Pontefract (online image).
  2. [S10] 1901 census for Batley (online image).
  3. [S298] Website 1911 Census.co.UK (http://www.1911census.co.uk/).

Frank Binns

#473, b. 9 April 1905, d. 1979
Frank Binns|b. 9 Apr 1905\nd. 1979|p16.htm#i473|Willie Robinson Binns|b. 4 Apr 1869\nd. 6 Mar 1933|p16.htm#i465|Sarah Illingworth|b. 1872\nd. 28 Feb 1955|p16.htm#i471|Isaac Binns|b. 24 Oct 1844\nd. 6 Aug 1884|p16.htm#i463|Sarah T. Robinson|b. 11 Feb 1848\nd. 20 Nov 1900|p16.htm#i464|Edward Illingworth||p311.htm#i8591|Martha Wilson||p311.htm#i8592|

Relationship=1st cousin 1 time removed of Vivien Eley.
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Descendants of Joseph Hall
Frank Binns was born on 9 April 1905. He was the son of Willie Robinson Binns and Sarah Illingworth.
Frank Binns was baptized on 16 July 1905 at Holy Trinity, Ossett.1
In the census of 2 April 1911 he was listed as the son of Willie Robinson Binns at St Andrew's Terrace, Batley.2
It seems both Isaac and his brother Frank must have inherited some of their grandfather's financial acumen, for both were to find careers in banking.
In 1933 Frank Binns was was transferred to the Yorkshire Penny Bank in Bridlington, and the couple made their home there and had two children. Remaining at the bank during the war years as chief cashier, Frank served as an ARP warden serving many nights on duty during frequent raids. He continued with the bank until his retirement in 1970. during his 37 years of service he became a well respected member of the local community, notably in the help, freely offered, to assist elderly widows managing their financial affairs.
Frank was a keen sportsman both as a spectator and participant. In early life a cricketer, later passions were golf and bowls in which he was the winner of numerous local competitions. He was a regular supporter of Hull City Football Club.3
He died in 1979.

Citations

  1. [S488] 1871 census for Pontefract (online image).
  2. [S298] Website 1911 Census.co.UK (http://www.1911census.co.uk/).
  3. [S568] E-mails from Richard Wetherill to V E Tomlinson.

Jane Blakeley

#479, b. 16 January 1802
Jane Blakeley|b. 16 Jan 1802|p16.htm#i479|Abraham Blakeley|b. 1778\nd. 1855|p13.htm#i384|Martha Colbeck|b. 1 Jan 1779\nd. Jan 1831|p13.htm#i386|John Blakeley|b. 1739|p6.htm#i182|Sarah Swallow|b. 1740|p13.htm#i382|Samuel Colbeck|b. 1739|p13.htm#i387|Nancy Booth|b. 1742|p13.htm#i388|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of Vivien Eley.
Jane Blakeley was born on 16 January 1802. She was the daughter of Abraham Blakeley and Martha Colbeck. Jane Blakeley was baptized on 6 February 1802 at Batley.
She married Joseph Parker, son of Matthew Parker and Hannah Preston, on 8 November 1828 at Batley.1,2
In the census of 6 June 1841 Jane Parker was listed at Providence Place, Batley, as wife of Joseph Parker.3
In the census of 30 March 1851 Jane Parker was listed at Providence Street, Batley, as wife of Joseph Parker.4
In the census of 7 April 1861 Jane Parker was listed at Providence Street, Batley, as wife of Joseph Parker.5
In the census of 2 April 1871 Jane Parker was listed at Providence Street as wife of Joseph Parker.6

Child of Jane Blakeley

Children of Jane Blakeley and Joseph Parker

Citations

  1. [S1] Microfiches CMB, All Saints Batley.
  2. [S188] E-mails from Bruce Cheeseman to Vivien Tomlinson.
  3. [S4] 1841 census: HO107 for Batley (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece 1267; Book: 5; Civil Parish: Batley; County: Yorkshire; Enumeration District: 7; Folio: 19; Page: 31; Line: 11; GSU roll: 464238."
  4. [S5] 1851 census for Batley (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece: 2322; Folio: ; Page: 1; GSU roll: 87553-87554."
  5. [S6] 1861 census RG9 for Batley (online image) "Class: RG9; Piece: 3400; Folio: 87; Page: 5; GSU roll: 543126."
  6. [S7] 1871 census RG10 for Batley (online image) "Class: RG10; Piece: 4581; Folio: 46; Page: 5; GSU roll: 847145."

Maria Blakeley

#480, b. 10 December 1799
Maria Blakeley|b. 10 Dec 1799|p16.htm#i480|Abraham Blakeley|b. 1778\nd. 1855|p13.htm#i384|Martha Colbeck|b. 1 Jan 1779\nd. Jan 1831|p13.htm#i386|John Blakeley|b. 1739|p6.htm#i182|Sarah Swallow|b. 1740|p13.htm#i382|Samuel Colbeck|b. 1739|p13.htm#i387|Nancy Booth|b. 1742|p13.htm#i388|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of Vivien Eley.
Maria Blakeley was born on 10 December 1799. She was the daughter of Abraham Blakeley and Martha Colbeck. Maria Blakeley was baptized on 25 December 1799 at Batley.
She married Joseph Smith, son of Richard Smith and Grace Hall, on 6 June 1819 at Batley witnessed by John Blakeley, Jo.Chadwick. He writes, she makes her mark.1
In the census of 6 June 1841 Maria Smith was listed at Havercroft, Batley, as wife of Joseph Smith.2
In the census of 30 March 1851 Maria Smith was listed at Commercial St, Batley, as wife of Joseph Smith.3
In the census of 7 April 1861 Maria Smith was listed at New Street, Batley, as wife of Joseph Smith.4

Children of Maria Blakeley and Joseph Smith

Citations

  1. [S1] Microfiches CMB, All Saints Batley.
  2. [S4] 1841 census: HO107 for Batley (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece 1267; Book: 4; Civil Parish: Batley; County: Yorkshire; Enumeration District: 6; Folio: 48; Page: 24; Line: 5; GSU roll: 464238."
  3. [S5] 1851 census for Batley (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece: 2322; Folio: 293; Page: 2; GSU roll: 87553-87554."
  4. [S6] 1861 census RG9 for Batley (online image) "Class: RG9; Piece: 3400; Folio: 125; Page: 13; GSU roll: 543126."

William Blakeley

#481, b. 13 January 1761, d. 19 December 1831
William Blakeley|b. 13 Jan 1761\nd. 19 Dec 1831|p16.htm#i481|John Blakeley|b. 1739|p6.htm#i182|Sarah Swallow|b. 1740|p13.htm#i382|Benjamin Blakeley|b. 1712\nd. 1780|p6.htm#i178|Sarah Johnson|d. 1775|p6.htm#i179|Richard Swallow||p16.htm#i492|Hannah Woodcock||p81.htm#i2458|

Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of Vivien Eley.
William Blakeley was born on 13 January 1761.1 He was the son of John Blakeley and Sarah Swallow. William Blakeley was baptized on 16 January 1761 at Batley.
He married Hannah Newsome, daughter of Samuel Newsome and Susanna Swallow, on 27 July 1783 at Batley.1
William Blakeley lived at Havercroft i in 1792.
He died on 19 December 1831 at Batley at age 70. William's Gravestone in Batley Parish churchyard says " for upwards of 50 years counter-singer in this Church."2

Children of William Blakeley and Hannah Newsome

Citations

  1. [S1] Microfiches CMB, All Saints Batley.
  2. [S24] Monumental Inscription (Batley All Saints).

Maria Blakeley

#482, b. 1763, d. 16 March 1817
Maria Blakeley|b. 1763\nd. 16 Mar 1817|p16.htm#i482|John Blakeley|b. 1739|p6.htm#i182|Sarah Swallow|b. 1740|p13.htm#i382|Benjamin Blakeley|b. 1712\nd. 1780|p6.htm#i178|Sarah Johnson|d. 1775|p6.htm#i179|Richard Swallow||p16.htm#i492|Hannah Woodcock||p81.htm#i2458|

Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of Vivien Eley.
Maria Blakeley was born in 1763. She was the daughter of John Blakeley and Sarah Swallow. Maria Blakeley was baptized on 20 March 1763 at Batley.1
She married John Sheard, son of George Sheard and Hannah Blakeley, on 22 November 1784 at Batley both make their marks. Witnessed by William Blakeley and Thomas Parr.1
Maria Blakeley died on 16 March 1817 at Batley. She was buried on 19 March 1817 at Batley ; aged 54.1

Children of Maria Blakeley and John Sheard

Citations

  1. [S1] Microfiches CMB, All Saints Batley.

Mary Blakeley

#483, b. 1772
Mary Blakeley|b. 1772|p16.htm#i483|John Blakeley|b. 1739|p6.htm#i182|Sarah Swallow|b. 1740|p13.htm#i382|Benjamin Blakeley|b. 1712\nd. 1780|p6.htm#i178|Sarah Johnson|d. 1775|p6.htm#i179|Richard Swallow||p16.htm#i492|Hannah Woodcock||p81.htm#i2458|

Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of Vivien Eley.
Mary Blakeley was born in 1772. She was the daughter of John Blakeley and Sarah Swallow. Mary Blakeley was baptized on 18 October 1772 at Batley.

James Pyrah

#484, b. 1754
James Pyrah|b. 1754|p16.htm#i484|Joshua Pyrah|d. 1796|p21.htm#i629|Sarah Beaumont|d. 1786|p21.htm#i630|||||||||||||

Relationship=6th great-uncle of Vivien Eley.
James Pyrah was born in 1754. He was the son of Joshua Pyrah and Sarah Beaumont. James Pyrah was baptized on 16 October 1754 at Batley.
He , described as of Batley, married Jemima Sheard, daughter of James Sheard and Sarah Killingbeck, on 25 August 1777 at Dewsbury.1
James Pyrah was buried on 31 March 1816 at Batley ; aged 62.2

Children of James Pyrah and Jemima Sheard

Citations

  1. [S11] Register Transcript, Dewsbury.
  2. [S1] Microfiches CMB, All Saints Batley.

John Blakeley

#485, b. 14 October 1784
John Blakeley|b. 14 Oct 1784|p16.htm#i485|William Blakeley|b. 13 Jan 1761\nd. 19 Dec 1831|p16.htm#i481|Hannah Newsome|b. 1758\nd. 17 Nov 1829|p17.htm#i493|John Blakeley|b. 1739|p6.htm#i182|Sarah Swallow|b. 1740|p13.htm#i382|Samuel Newsome|b. 1733|p5.htm#i136|Susanna Swallow|b. 1734\nd. 1788|p64.htm#i1935|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of Vivien Eley.
John Blakeley was born on 14 October 1784. He was the son of William Blakeley and Hannah Newsome. John Blakeley was baptized on 24 October 1784 at Batley.1
He married Mary Blackburn, daughter of Samuel Blackburn, on 8 August 1808 at Batley witnesses Wm Myers and Samuel Blakeley.1
In the census of 6 June 1841 he was listed as the head of household at Havercroft, Batley, as Woollen M, aged 50.2
In the census of 30 March 1851 he was listed as the head of household at J Ward's Hill, Batley, as a hand weaver of cloth, a widower aged 66.3

Children of John Blakeley and Mary Blackburn

Citations

  1. [S1] Microfiches CMB, All Saints Batley.
  2. [S4] 1841 census: HO107 for Batley (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece 1267; Book: 5; Civil Parish: Batley; County: Yorkshire; Enumeration District: 7; Folio: 5; Page: 2; Line: 7; GSU roll: 464238."
  3. [S5] 1851 census for Batley (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece: 2322; Folio: 322; Page: 4; GSU roll: 87553-87554."

Sarah Blakeley

#486, b. 24 January 1768
Sarah Blakeley|b. 24 Jan 1768|p16.htm#i486|John Blakeley|b. 1739|p6.htm#i182|Sarah Swallow|b. 1740|p13.htm#i382|Benjamin Blakeley|b. 1712\nd. 1780|p6.htm#i178|Sarah Johnson|d. 1775|p6.htm#i179|Richard Swallow||p16.htm#i492|Hannah Woodcock||p81.htm#i2458|

Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of Vivien Eley.
Sarah Blakeley was born on 24 January 1768.1 She was the daughter of John Blakeley and Sarah Swallow. Sarah Blakeley was baptized on 16 March 1768 at Batley.

Citations

  1. [S1] Microfiches CMB, All Saints Batley.

Sarah Williamson

#487, d. 1787

Relationship=6th great-grandmother of Vivien Eley.
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Ancestry of Vivien Eley Tomlinson
Sarah Williamson married Thomas Stubley, son of John Stubley and Susanna (?), on 28 June 1727 at Dewsbury Thomas is described as of Batley.1
Sarah Williamson died in 1787. She was buried on 4 July 1787 ; as widow of Thomas Stubley of Batley.2

Children of Sarah Williamson and Thomas Stubley

Citations

  1. [S11] Register Transcript, Dewsbury.
  2. [S1] Microfiches CMB, All Saints Batley.

Abraham Binns

#488, b. circa 1820, d. 8 February 1859
Abraham Binns|b. c 1820\nd. 8 Feb 1859|p16.htm#i488|Thomas Binns|d. b 1841|p18.htm#i530|Mary (?)|b. c 1792\nd. 1851|p3.htm#i98|||||||||||||

Relationship=2nd great-grandfather of Vivien Eley.
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Ancestry of Vivien Eley Tomlinson
Abraham Binns was born circa 1820 at Wardle, Lancs. He was the son of Thomas Binns and Mary (?). Abraham Binns appeared as an agricultural labourer on the census of 6 June 1841 in the household of Mary Binns at Birkenshaw, Birstall.1
Abraham Binns married Sarah Mortimer, daughter of William Mortimer and Betty Hopkinson, on 26 May 1844 at Birstall.2
In the census of 30 March 1851 he was listed as the head of household at Birkenshaw as a woolcomber, woollen.3
Abraham Binns and his family seem to have moved to Batley soon afterwards, and he is said to have worked as a woolsorter for Abraham Brooke , a leading Batley wool merchant.4
Abraham died on 8 February 1859. He was buried at Gomersal Grove Independent Chapel.
An inscription on his grave there read:-
; "In memory of Abraham Binns of Batley who departed this life 8th Feb 1859 aged 39 years. Also three children who died in their infancy. Also of Mary Elizabeth daughter of the above said Abraham Binns, who departed this life on 9th April 1864 aged 7 years 3 months.
Also Isaac Binns Borough Accountant of Batley, eldest son of the above. Died 6th August 1884, aged 39 years and was interred in Batley cemetery."

Children of Abraham Binns and Sarah Mortimer

Citations

  1. [S98] 1841 census: HO107 for Birstall (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece 1290; Book: 9; Civil Parish: Birstall; County: Yorkshire; Enumeration District: 7; Folio: 9; Page: 9; Line: 17; GSU roll: 464252."
  2. [S2] BMD Transcript, Birstall, <[ ]>.
  3. [S99] HO 107 for Birstall (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece: 2323; Folio: 302; Page: 32; GSU roll: 87555-87556."
  4. [S51] J Willans Rise and Progress "pages 15-16."

Samuel Blakeley

#491, b. 16 August 1786, d. 30 November 1847
Samuel Blakeley|b. 16 Aug 1786\nd. 30 Nov 1847|p16.htm#i491|William Blakeley|b. 13 Jan 1761\nd. 19 Dec 1831|p16.htm#i481|Hannah Newsome|b. 1758\nd. 17 Nov 1829|p17.htm#i493|John Blakeley|b. 1739|p6.htm#i182|Sarah Swallow|b. 1740|p13.htm#i382|Samuel Newsome|b. 1733|p5.htm#i136|Susanna Swallow|b. 1734\nd. 1788|p64.htm#i1935|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of Vivien Eley.
Samuel Blakeley was born on 16 August 1786. He was the son of William Blakeley and Hannah Newsome. Samuel Blakeley was baptized on 18 September 1786 at Batley.1
He married Elizabeth Stubley, daughter of David Stubley and Ann Colbeck, on 4 November 1805.
In the census of 6 June 1841 he was listed as the head of household at Havercroft, Batley, as a woollen fuller.2
Samuel Blakeley died on 30 November 1847 at Batley at age 61.3

Children of Samuel Blakeley and Elizabeth Stubley

Citations

  1. [S1] Microfiches CMB, All Saints Batley.
  2. [S4] 1841 census: HO107 for Batley (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece 1267; Book: 5; Civil Parish: Batley; County: Yorkshire; Enumeration District: 7; Folio: 4; Page: 1; Line: 24; GSU roll: 464238."
  3. [S24] Monumental Inscription (Batley All Saints).

Richard Swallow

#492
Richard Swallow married Hannah Woodcock on 27 February 1727/28 at Birstall.1

Children of Richard Swallow and Hannah Woodcock

Citations

  1. [S2] BMD Transcript, Birstall, <[ ]>.
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