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Re: William Henry Crossley
Posted by: Jean Potvin (ID *****5500) Date: May 27, 2007 at 09:30:06
In Reply to: Re: William Henry Crossley by pat halliday of 741

Hi Pat,

I found on the 1891 Census, the family of William Henry CROSSLEY, and Martha CROSSLEY, including the children, Eva, and William E. CROSSLEY, and living at the same address were Ernest ARMITAGE, age 23, and Herbert ARMITAGE, age 27.

These 2 were listed as brothers in law to William Henry CROSSLEY.


I also found a marriage in Bradford, Yorkshire between Martha ARMITAGE and William Henry CROSSLEY, June 1876.


On the 1871 British Census - Civil Parish: Wilsden St Matthew, Bradford, Yorkshire.

Head: Samuel ARMITAGE - age 45 - b.1826, Allerton, Bradford, Yorkshire.
Wife: Hannah ARMITAGE - age 46 - b.1825, Allerton, Bradford, Yorkshire.
Dau: Martha ARMITAGE - age 21 - b.1850, Allerton, Bradford, Yorkshire.
Dau: Sarah Jane ARMITAGE - age 19 - b.1852, Allerton etc.
Son: Thomas Wood ARMITAGE - age 12 - b.1859, Allerton....
Son: Edward ARMITAGE - age 9 - b.1862, Allerton
Son: Herbert ARMITAGE - age 9 - b.1862, Allerton
Son: Ernest ARMITAGE - age 3 - b.1868, Allerton


On the 1891 Census for Manningham, St Phillips, Yorkshire.

Head: Thomas W. ARMITAGE - age 30 - b.abt.1861, Bradford, Yorkshire.
Wife: Mary H. ARMITAGE - age 31 - b.abt.1860, Bradford, Yorkshire.
Son: Samuel B. ARMITAGE - age 2 - b.1889, Bradford, Yorkshire.


There is also a marriage for Thomas Wood ARMITAGE to Mary Hannah BENTLEY, Dec. 1881, Bradford, Yorkshire.

Didn't know if you had that..........still looking for anything after the 1901 census.

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