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Jane Ann Sheard

#4291, b. 5 March 1879, d. 9 October 1894
Jane Ann Sheard|b. 5 Mar 1879\nd. 9 Oct 1894|p145.htm#i4291|David Sheard|b. 28 Oct 1843\nd. 29 Apr 1895|p103.htm#i3085|Elizabeth Blakeley||p144.htm#i4289|Abraham Sheard|b. 4 Oct 1821\nd. 4 Mar 1898|p73.htm#i2184|Maria Sheard|b. 1814|p62.htm#i1882||||Caroline S. Blakeley|b. 1822|p21.htm#i648|

Relationship=3rd cousin 2 times removed of Vivien Eley.
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Descendants of Michael Sheard born 1688
Jane Ann Sheard was born on 5 March 1879 at Batley.1 She was the daughter of David Sheard and Elizabeth Blakeley. In the census of 5 April 1891 she was listed as a scholar the daughter of David Sheard at No 1 Market Place, Batley.2
Jane Ann Sheard died on 9 October 1894 at age 15.1

Citations

  1. [S25] MI, Batley Cemetery.
  2. [S9] 1891 census RG12 for Batley (online image) "Class: RG12; Piece: 3719; Folio 39; Page 1; GSU roll: 6098829."

Norman Sheard

#4292, b. 1880
Norman Sheard|b. 1880|p145.htm#i4292|David Sheard|b. 28 Oct 1843\nd. 29 Apr 1895|p103.htm#i3085|Elizabeth Blakeley||p144.htm#i4289|Abraham Sheard|b. 4 Oct 1821\nd. 4 Mar 1898|p73.htm#i2184|Maria Sheard|b. 1814|p62.htm#i1882||||Caroline S. Blakeley|b. 1822|p21.htm#i648|

Relationship=3rd cousin 2 times removed of Vivien Eley.
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Descendants of Michael Sheard born 1688
Norman Sheard was born in 1880 at Batley. He was the son of David Sheard and Elizabeth Blakeley. In the census of 5 April 1891 he was listed as a scholar the son of David Sheard at No 1 Market Place, Batley.1
In the census of 31 March 1901 he was listed as a printer's apprentice the son of Elizabeth Sheard at 1 Market Place, Batley.2

Citations

  1. [S9] 1891 census RG12 for Batley (online image) "Class: RG12; Piece: 3719; Folio 39; Page 1; GSU roll: 6098829."
  2. [S10] 1901 census for Batley (online image) "Class: RG13; Piece: 4256; Folio: 22; Page: 1."

Sarah Elizabeth Greenwood

#4293, b. 1873
Sarah Elizabeth Greenwood|b. 1873|p145.htm#i4293|Christopher Richard Greenwood|b. 24 Mar 1843\nd. 1873|p142.htm#i4217|Elizabeth Blakeley||p144.htm#i4289|Richard Greenwood|b. 26 Apr 1811|p139.htm#i4159|Sarah Tidder|d. 1850|p199.htm#i5710||||Caroline S. Blakeley|b. 1822|p21.htm#i648|

Relationship=4th cousin 2 times removed of Vivien Eley.
Sarah Elizabeth Greenwood was born in 1873; after her father's death.1 She was the daughter of Christopher Richard Greenwood and Elizabeth Blakeley. In the census of 5 April 1891 she was listed as a cloth weaver the daughter, actual step-daughter, of David Sheard at No 1 Market Place, Batley.2

Citations

  1. [S13] < and [0]>, Free BMD, Dewsbury 1873 Q3 Vol 9b p595.
  2. [S9] 1891 census RG12 for Batley (online image) "Class: RG12; Piece: 3719; Folio 39; Page 1; GSU roll: 6098829."

William Henry Colbeck

#4294, b. 1829, d. 25 June 1901
William Henry Colbeck|b. 1829\nd. 25 Jun 1901|p145.htm#i4294|William Colbeck|b. 6 Feb 1783\nd. 19 Oct 1849|p77.htm#i2290|Elizabeth Richardson|b. c 1785\nd. 3 Dec 1856|p106.htm#i3160|Henry Colbeck|b. 1736|p70.htm#i2101|Millicent Nowell|b. 1742|p71.htm#i2126|||||||
William Henry Colbeck was born in 1829 at Batley. He was the son of William Colbeck and Elizabeth Richardson. William Henry Colbeck was baptized on 15 February 1829 at Batley.1
In the census of 6 June 1841 he was listed as aged 12 the son of William Colbeck at Havercroft, Batley.2
William Henry Colbeck married Martha Cordingley on 9 August 1849 at Halifax.3,4

Cheapside Mill
circa 1850 William Henry Colbeck was involved with his brothers Isaac Colbeck and Simeon Colbeck in building Cheapside Mill Batley.5
In the census of 30 March 1851 he was listed as the head of household at Cheapside, New Road, Batley, as a pilot manufacturer, living next to his brother Isaac also so described.6
In the census of 7 April 1861 he was listed as the head of household at Cheapside, Batley, as a woollen manufacturer employing 115 men, 9 boys, 150 women.7

The Artillery Volunteers
Fearing the armies building up on the Continent, the War Office had encouraged the formation of such companies, authorising Lords Lieutenant to commission those who had raised sufficiently large companies.
By 1867 William Henry Colbeck was in command of a troop of volunteer artillery at Batley, said to have been raised and maintained at his own expense. The yard of Cheapside Mill was used for drills, and there are said to have been two cannon mounted there, later moved to the grounds of his house at Gomersal.8
William Henry's training of his men paid off, for this was a prizewinning troop, and they received a heroes' welcome on their return to Batley in in 1869 when they won the Queen's Prize at Shoeburyness.8,9
William Henry Colbeck was Other local volunteer brigades met them at the station, together with a crowd said to have numbered 20,000 to 30,000! A salute was fired and bands struck up "See the conquering hero comes" They processed through the centre of town to a field near the Station Hotel, where refreshments were served, followed by a party for officers and guests at "the Armoury", Cheapside Mills. Toasts included one to Lieutenant Chadwick, No 1 at the winning gun.
In the census of 2 April 1871 he was listed as the head of household at West House, Bradford Road, Gomersal, as a woollen manufacturer.10
He and his brother Simeon Colbeck sold Cheapside Mills to Messrs J., T. and J. Taylor of Blakeridge Mills in 1874.5

Alverthorpe Mills
After the sale of Cheapside Mill William Henry Colbeck is said to have played an important part in the founding of the new Alverthorpe Mills at Wakefield, which were to trade as "Colbeck Bros".
Also William Henry Colbeck was one of the founders of early Conservative associations in Batley, and in in 1874 was nominated as Conservative candidate for the Dewsbury Constituency, though he later withdrew.11
It must have been at about this time that he retired from the business,and moved to Tonbridge, Kent.8

Emigration to New Zealand
sailing to Australia on the Northumberland with his wife and six younger children, arriving in Melbourne on the 29th of May. On the 18th of June the family continued their journey on the ship Hero. His obituary tells us that his two elder sons had preceded him, though John, the eldest had only graduated from Oxford in the previous year.
in 1877 William Henry Colbeck emigrated to North Island, New Zealand (an unknown value).8 In 1878 William Henry Colbeck purchased land at Oahau with a view to establishing a township there, which he named BATLEY after his home town. Two further townships were established , one on Whakipirau Creek and one at Karaka.8
Arriving with a fortune made in Yorkshire, William Henry Colbeck acquired some eighteen thousand acres of land, established industries and took over a shipping line.8
In 1879 William Henry Colbeck stood for the New Zealand Parliament, and was elected as member for the Marsden electorate.12
He died on 25 June 1901 at Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand.8

Children of William Henry Colbeck and Martha Cordingley

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: 8; Folio: 34; Page: 17; Line: 6; GSU roll: 464238."
  3. [S13] < and [0]>, Free BMD, Halifax 1849/Q3 Vol 22 p155.
  4. [S253] The Leeds Mercury, "18 8 1849 issue 6037."
  5. [S51] J Willans Rise and Progress "p 12."
  6. [S5] 1851 census for Batley (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece: 2322; Folio: ; Page: 1; GSU roll: 87553-87554."
  7. [S6] 1861 census RG9 for Batley (online image) "Class: RG9; Piece: 3401; Folio: 104; Page: 18; GSU roll: 543126."
  8. [S351] Letter from Wendy Besarab to Vivien Tomlinson.
  9. [S253] The Leeds Mercury, "10 8 1869."
  10. [S7] 1871 census RG10 for Batley (online image) "Class: RG10; Piece: 4589; Folio: 31; Page: 13; GSU roll: 847147."
  11. [S30] The Batley News.
  12. [S51] J Willans Rise and Progress "page 12."

Hepzibah Stubley

#4295, b. 1824
Hepzibah Stubley|b. 1824|p145.htm#i4295||||Elizabeth Stubley|b. 1798|p20.htm#i607|||||||Joshua Stubley|b. 1774\nd. 1841|p20.htm#i603|Mary Blackburn||p20.htm#i604|

Relationship=1st cousin 4 times removed of Vivien Eley.
Hepzibah Stubley was born in 1824 at Batley. She was the daughter of Elizabeth Stubley. Hepzibah Stubley was baptized on 27 June 1824 at Batley as daughter of Elizabeth Stubley, singlewoman.1 As of 27 June 1824, Hepzibah Stubley was also known as Ephsy (?) at baptism.
Hepzibah Stubley married James Robinson, son of John Robinson and Sarah Thurman, on 10 September 1848 at Batley witnessed by John Robinson, who writes, and William Asquith who makes his mark. That I have the right parties to this marriage is not as well proven as I would wish. However, Hepzibah is the only one of the right age I can find. On the marriage entry her father's name is given as Joshua, but that was her grandfather's name.1
Hepzibah Stubley was buried on 11 August 1849 at Batley ; aged 25.1

Child of Hepzibah Stubley and James Robinson

Citations

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

Sarah Robinson1

#4296, b. 2 July 1849
Sarah Robinson|b. 2 Jul 1849|p145.htm#i4296|James Robinson|b. 1822|p22.htm#i665|Hepzibah Stubley|b. 1824|p145.htm#i4295|John Robinson|b. 1796\nd. 27 Oct 1858|p22.htm#i661|Sarah Thurman|b. c 1798\nd. 11 Jun 1834|p22.htm#i662||||Elizabeth Stubley|b. 1798|p20.htm#i607|

Relationship=1st cousin 3 times removed of Vivien Eley.
Sarah Robinson was born on 2 July 1849.1 She was the daughter of James Robinson and Hepzibah Stubley.1 Sarah Robinson was baptized on 11 August 1849 at Batley on the same day as her mother's burial.1

Citations

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

Edwin Constantine Colbeck

#4297, b. 15 November 1850, d. 14 November 1910
Edwin Constantine Colbeck|b. 15 Nov 1850\nd. 14 Nov 1910|p145.htm#i4297|James Colbeck|b. 1820\nd. 1914|p98.htm#i2955|Amelia Garret|b. c 1823\nd. 1857|p121.htm#i3591|Joseph Colbeck|b. 15 Feb 1787\nd. 1 Jul 1855|p70.htm#i2119|Sarah Constantine|b. c 1787\nd. 1 May 1875|p103.htm#i3089|Joseph Garret|b. 8 Jun 1794|p177.htm#i5153||||
Edwin Constantine Colbeck was born on 15 November 1850 at Batley.1 He was the son of James Colbeck and Amelia Garret. Edwin Constantine Colbeck was baptized on 3 January 1851 at Batley.1,2
In the census of 30 March 1851 he was listed as aged 4 months the son of James Colbeck at Carlinghow, Batley.3
Edwin Constantine Colbeck married Mary Walker in 1870.
In the census of 2 April 1871 he was listed as the head of household at Hope Street, Dewsbury, as a rag merchant.4
Edwin Constantine Colbeck died on 14 November 1910 at age 59.

Citations

  1. [S257] E-mails from Malcolm Purdy to V E Tomlinson.
  2. [S1] Microfiches CMB, All Saints Batley.
  3. [S5] 1851 census for Batley (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece: 2322; Folio: 448; Page: 22; GSU roll: 87553-87554."
  4. [S92] 1871 census for Dewsbury for Dewsbury (online image) "Class: RG10; Piece: 4604; Folio: 21; Page: 37; GSU roll: 848395."

James Garbutt

#4298, b. circa 1856
James Garbutt was born circa 1856 at Gomersal. He married Hannah Mary Smith in 1882.1

Children of James Garbutt and Hannah Mary Smith

Citations

  1. [S21] GRO Indexes "Dewsbury 1888/Q2 Vol 9b p796."

Hannah Mary Smith

#4299, b. circa 1860
Hannah Mary Smith was born circa 1860 at Birstall. She married James Garbutt in 1882.1

Children of Hannah Mary Smith and James Garbutt

Citations

  1. [S21] GRO Indexes "Dewsbury 1888/Q2 Vol 9b p796."

Mark Newsome

#4300, b. 1821
Mark Newsome|b. 1821|p145.htm#i4300|Thomas Newsome|b. c 1790\nd. 3 Apr 1850|p61.htm#i1860|Sarah Fox|b. Feb 1791|p88.htm#i2658|||||||||||||
Mark Newsome was born in 1821. He was the son of Thomas Newsome and Sarah Fox. Mark Newsome was baptized on 21 March 1821 at Dewsbury.1
In the census of 6 June 1841 he was listed as a woollen manufacturer the son of Thomas Newsome at Westgate, Dewsbury.2
Mark Newsome married Mary Whitworth, daughter of John Whitworth, on 25 November 1845 at Dewsbury witnesses were Joseph and Benjamin Whitworth.3
In the census of 30 March 1851 he was listed as a widower of 30, a woollen manufacturer the son of Sarah Newsome at Aldams Head, Town End, Dewsbury.4

Citations

  1. [S11] Register Transcript, Dewsbury.
  2. [S96] 1841 census: HO107 for Dewsbury (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece 1268; Book: 2; Civil Parish: Dewsbury; County: Yorkshire; Enumeration District: 5; Folio: 25; Page: 10; Line: 17; GSU roll: 464239."
  3. [S488] 1871 census for Pontefract (online image).
  4. [S184] 1851 census for Dewsbury (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece: 2324; Folio: 257; Page: 17; GSU roll: 87557-87559."

Mary Newsome

#4301, b. circa 1825
Mary Newsome|b. c 1825|p145.htm#i4301|Thomas Newsome|b. c 1790\nd. 3 Apr 1850|p61.htm#i1860|Sarah Fox|b. Feb 1791|p88.htm#i2658|||||||||||||
Mary Newsome was born circa 1825. She was the daughter of Thomas Newsome and Sarah Fox.

Mary Ling

#4302
Mary Ling married Benjamin Beaumont on 19 November 1740 at Batley.1

Children of Mary Ling and Benjamin Beaumont

Citations

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

Sarah Beaumont

#4303, b. 1740
Sarah Beaumont|b. 1740|p145.htm#i4303|Benjamin Beaumont||p79.htm#i2407|Mary Ling||p145.htm#i4302|||||||||||||
Sarah Beaumont was born in 1740. She was the daughter of Benjamin Beaumont and Mary Ling. Sarah Beaumont was baptized on 2 January 1741 at Batley.1

Citations

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

Elizabeth Beaumont

#4304, b. 1743
Elizabeth Beaumont|b. 1743|p145.htm#i4304|Benjamin Beaumont||p79.htm#i2407|Mary Ling||p145.htm#i4302|||||||||||||
Elizabeth Beaumont was born in 1743. She was the daughter of Benjamin Beaumont and Mary Ling. Elizabeth Beaumont was baptized on 30 November 1743 at Batley.1

Citations

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

Ann Beaumont

#4305, b. 1746
Ann Beaumont|b. 1746|p145.htm#i4305|Benjamin Beaumont||p79.htm#i2407|Mary Ling||p145.htm#i4302|||||||||||||
Ann Beaumont was born in 1746 at Batley. She was the daughter of Benjamin Beaumont and Mary Ling. Ann Beaumont was baptized on 2 April 1746 at Batley.1

Citations

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

Thomas Beaumont

#4306, b. 1752, d. October 1838
Thomas Beaumont|b. 1752\nd. Oct 1838|p145.htm#i4306|Benjamin Beaumont||p79.htm#i2407|Mary Ling||p145.htm#i4302|||||||||||||
Thomas Beaumont was born in 1752 at Batley. He was the son of Benjamin Beaumont and Mary Ling. Thomas Beaumont was baptized on 24 June 1752 at Batley.1
He died in October 1838 at Lamplands, Batley; In 87th year, as farmer.2

Citations

  1. [S1] Microfiches CMB, All Saints Batley.
  2. [S253] The Leeds Mercury, "Nov 3rd 1838."

Nanny (?)

#4307, b. circa 1826
Nanny (?) was born circa 1826 at Yeadon. She married Thomas Binns, son of Thomas Binns and Mary (?).
In the census of 30 March 1851 Nanny (?) was listed at Bottoms, Birkenshaw, as wife of Thomas Binns.1

Children of Nanny (?) and Thomas Binns

Citations

  1. [S100] 1851 census for Gomersal (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece: 2323; Folio: 273; Page: 13; GSU roll: 87555-87556."

Sarah A Binns

#4308, b. circa 1848
Sarah A Binns|b. c 1848|p145.htm#i4308|Thomas Binns|b. c 1828|p41.htm#i1210|Nanny (?)|b. c 1826|p145.htm#i4307|Thomas Binns|d. b 1841|p18.htm#i530|Mary (?)|b. c 1792\nd. 1851|p3.htm#i98|||||||

Relationship=1st cousin 3 times removed of Vivien Eley.
Sarah A Binns was born circa 1848 at Birstall. She was the daughter of Thomas Binns and Nanny (?). In the census of 30 March 1851 she was listed as aged 3 the daughter of Thomas Binns at Bottoms, Birkenshaw.1

Citations

  1. [S100] 1851 census for Gomersal (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece: 2323; Folio: 273; Page: 13; GSU roll: 87555-87556."

Mary A Binns

#4309, b. 1850
Mary A Binns|b. 1850|p145.htm#i4309|Thomas Binns|b. c 1828|p41.htm#i1210|Nanny (?)|b. c 1826|p145.htm#i4307|Thomas Binns|d. b 1841|p18.htm#i530|Mary (?)|b. c 1792\nd. 1851|p3.htm#i98|||||||

Relationship=1st cousin 3 times removed of Vivien Eley.
Mary A Binns was born in 1850 at Birstall. She was the daughter of Thomas Binns and Nanny (?). In the census of 30 March 1851 she was listed as aged 5 months the daughter of Thomas Binns at Bottoms, Birkenshaw.1

Citations

  1. [S100] 1851 census for Gomersal (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece: 2323; Folio: 273; Page: 13; GSU roll: 87555-87556."

Marmaduke Shepley

#4310, b. 1687, d. 5 October 1724
Marmaduke Shepley|b. 1687\nd. 5 Oct 1724|p145.htm#i4310|Joshua Shepley|b. 1659\nd. 1694|p96.htm#i2893|Ann (?)|b. c 1667\nd. 29 Jun 1729|p96.htm#i2898|Joshua Shepley|b. c 1623\nd. 1679|p96.htm#i2889|Margaret Burgh|d. b 1679|p299.htm#i8291|||||||

Relationship=2nd cousin 8 times removed of Vivien Eley.
Marmaduke Shepley was born in 1687. He was the son of Joshua Shepley and Ann (?). Marmaduke Shepley was baptized on 10 January 1688 at Batley.1
He died on 5 October 1724; in the 36th year of his age.2

Citations

  1. [S1] Microfiches CMB, All Saints Batley.
  2. [S60] Michael Sheard Records of the Parish of Batley "p 47."

Mary Shepley

#4311, b. circa 1693, d. 26 August 1724
Mary Shepley|b. c 1693\nd. 26 Aug 1724|p145.htm#i4311|Joshua Shepley|b. 1659\nd. 1694|p96.htm#i2893|Ann (?)|b. c 1667\nd. 29 Jun 1729|p96.htm#i2898|Joshua Shepley|b. c 1623\nd. 1679|p96.htm#i2889|Margaret Burgh|d. b 1679|p299.htm#i8291|||||||

Relationship=2nd cousin 8 times removed of Vivien Eley.
Mary Shepley was born circa 1693. She was the daughter of Joshua Shepley and Ann (?). Mary Shepley died on 26 August 1724; aged 31, and was buried at Batley.1

Citations

  1. [S60] Michael Sheard Records of the Parish of Batley "p 47."

Elizabeth Shepley

#4312, b. circa 1689, d. 17 November 1724
Elizabeth Shepley|b. c 1689\nd. 17 Nov 1724|p145.htm#i4312|Joshua Shepley|b. 1659\nd. 1694|p96.htm#i2893|Ann (?)|b. c 1667\nd. 29 Jun 1729|p96.htm#i2898|Joshua Shepley|b. c 1623\nd. 1679|p96.htm#i2889|Margaret Burgh|d. b 1679|p299.htm#i8291|||||||

Relationship=2nd cousin 8 times removed of Vivien Eley.
Elizabeth Shepley was born circa 1689. She was the daughter of Joshua Shepley and Ann (?). Elizabeth Shepley married Samuel Wilson.
Elizabeth Shepley died on 17 November 1724 at Batley.1

Citations

  1. [S60] Michael Sheard Records of the Parish of Batley.

Mary (?)

#4313
Mary (?) married Jeremiah Chadwick, son of William Chadwick and Ann Shepley.

Martha (?)

#4314
Martha (?) was born at Bradford. She married Joshua Carter.

George Terry

#4315, b. 1813, d. 1856
George Terry|b. 1813\nd. 1856|p145.htm#i4315|Mark Terry|b. 1789\nd. 1858|p126.htm#i3812|Elizabeth Ineson|d. 14 Jul 1835|p126.htm#i3813|||||||||||||
George Terry was born in 1813. He was the son of Mark Terry and Elizabeth Ineson. George Terry was baptized on 18 July 1813 at Batley.1
He married Isabella Hall, daughter of Henry Hall and Elizabeth Walker, on 3 December 1838 at Batley Witnesses were Jo. Chadwick and Thomas Hall.1
In the census of 6 June 1841 he was listed as the head of household at Clerk Green, Batley, as a woollen manufacturer.2
In the census of 30 March 1851 he was listed as the head of household at Clerk Green, Batley, as a clothier, weaver.3
George Terry died in 1856. He was buried on 3 February 1856 ; aged 42.1

Children of George Terry and Isabella Hall

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: 4; Folio: 12; Page: 16; Line: 4; GSU roll: 464238."
  3. [S5] 1851 census for Batley (online image) "Class: HO107; Piece: 2322; Folio: 246; Page: 9; GSU roll: 87553-87554."
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