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William Uttley, Tradesman, Heptonstall (died 1796)
Posted by: Robert Allen (ID *****4057) Date: January 28, 2006 at 19:27:54
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I am trying to learn more information about William Uttley of Heptonstall, West Yorkshire, England, born about 1750, who was buried at Heptonstall on April 13, 1796. He died in the prime of life. His occupation was a tradesman.

The Heptonstall parish register lists six children baptized to William Uttley, tradesman, and Ann, his wife, as follows:

1. Susan Uttley, baptized September 17, 1769
2. Benjamin Uttley, baptized November 25, 1772
3. William Uttley, November 8, 1789
4. James Uttley, February 12, 1792
5. Betty Uttley, March 18, 1795
6. Abraham Uttley, June 26, 1796

I am not sure if the first two children belongs to the same William Uttley and Ann as the last four children because of the big gap between the baptism dates. I am not sure which Ann is the mother of the children who were baptized beginning in 1789. This is the Ann that I am interested in and who is likely the mother of James Uttley (my ancestor), baptized on February 12, 1792. I have not clearly identified the marriage record for the William Uttley and Ann who were the parents of any of the above-mentioned children.

Is anybody else researching these Uttleys?

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