The Life and Family of
Louise Mary Holmes

 

THE BLACK FAMILY

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-4. John Black

John was named on the baptism records of Hannah, John, Richard, Robert, Mary and George in Hawkshead, Lancashire.

-3. Hannah Black

Hannah was born 7th April & baptised 11 May 1794, in Hawkshead

-3. John Black

John was born 8th May & baptised 8th July 1798 in Hawkshead

-3. Richard Black

Richard Black was born on 2 February and baptised on 9 March 1800 in Hawkshead.
He married Hannah KIRKBY (born 20th January 1809 in Beetham) in Grasmere on 11 June 1832.
In 1841 they were living at Low Wray, Claife, Lancashire with their children John (1833), Robert (1835-1889), William (1836), George (29 March 1838) and Richard jnr (1840). Richard was an agricultural labourer and died 23rd January 1848 in Hawkshead.
In 1851 the widowed Hannah was in Low Wray in receipt of a pension with children Richard jnr, Thomas (1842), Mary (1844) and Joseph (1847).
In 1861 Hannah was on her own in Hawkshead and was a charwoman. In 1871 She was a charwoman at the Queens Head, Hawkshead and ten years later she was at Beckside, Hawshead, as a former laundrymaid. Hannah died in 1883, aged 74 (registered in Kendal)

-2. John Black

John was baptised on 13rd April 1834 in Hawkshead. John was with his parents and siblings in Claife in 1841 and in 1851 he was a farm servant for John HAWKRIGG in Claife. He married Elizabeth D (surname unknown and born in Disington Cumberland in 1834) in Whitehaven in 1858.
In 1861 John & Elizabeth with daughter Mary and lodger were living at Oaks, Rydal & Loughrigg; John was a wood carter. The lodger came from Workington as did Elizabeth.
In 1871 John, a furnace labourer and Elizabeth had moved Askham, Dalton in Furness, with daughter Agnes and sons Richard, John and new born George.
In 1881 John & Elizabeth had moved to Coopers Hill, Harrington,.Whitehaven ewith children George, Hannah and Sarah. Elizabeth is recorded as coming from Ireland.
There is an unsourced record of a death in 1896 in Christ Church Barbados, but this may not be 'our' John Holmes

-1. Mary Black

Mary was born in 1859 in Grasmere to John and Elizabeth Black. She was baptised in Grasmere on 25 Sep 1859. In 1861 John, a wood carter born about 1833 in Hawkshead and Elizabeth, born in Workington in 1834 were living Oaks, Rydal & Loughrigg with 1 year old Mary and a boarder.
In 1871, 11 year old Mary was living at Attwood, Hawkshead and Monk Coniston with her uncle George Black and Aunt Agnes as a domestic servant with their nephew Thomas Milligan, a farm servant who was deaf and dumb. Her parents and brothers, Richard, 6, John, 2 and George 2 months, were living at Askham, Dalton, Ulverston. John Black was a furnace labourer.
In 1881, Mary's parents were at Coppers Hill, Whitehaven with son, George and daughter, Hannah E, aged 8. John was a labourer.
Mary had married John Holmes in 1881 (see under John Holmes). Mary died in May 1940 in Westmorland South.

-1. Agnes Black

Agnes was born in 1859 in Grasmere. In 1871, 8 year old Agnes was living with her parents and brothers at Irelath Marsh, Dalton in Furness. In 1881 18 year old Agnes was a domestic servant with William Forrest, a farmer of 80 acres at Beyond Field High Wray, Ulverston. George HOLME a farm servant was also in the household. Was this connection anything to do with the marriage of sister, Mary and George's nephew, John?
In 1891 Agnes was a domestic servant for the family of John Royle, mechanical engineer at Fir Bank, Highton, Eccles.

-1. Richard Black

Richard was born in 1864 and baptised on 20 Aug in St John's, Workington. In 1871, 6 year-old Richard was living with his parents and siblings at Irelath Marsh, Dalton in Furness. In 1881 16 year old Richard was a farm servant for George Dixon, a farmer of 80 acres at Scampsfield, Alithwaite, Lindale.
Richard married Jane PIPER (born 1862 in St Bees) in 1888 in Whitehaven and in 1891 Richard, Jane and their children, Elizabeth and John, were living at 32 Keedle Street, St Bees. Richard was an iron ore miner.
In 1901 the family with additional children, Sarah, Hannah and Ethel, and a lodger lived at 26 Marsh Street, Dalton in Furness; John was an iron ore miner
In 1911 Richard, now widowed had moved to 4, Roanhead, Askham in Furness with 5 rooms. He was a shaftman at Roanhead.

0. Elizabeth Black

Elizabeth was born in 1889 in Cleator Moor, Cumberland and was with her parents at the census in 1891, 91 and 1911.

0. John Black

John was born in 1891 in St Bees, Cumberland and was with his parents at the census in 1891, and 91 but not in 1911.

0. Sarah Jane Black

Sarah was born in about 1894 in Hensingham (Workington) and was baptised on 28th Jan 1894. She was with her parents at the census in 1901. In 1911 Sarah was a housemaid in the house of engineer, George Henry BANNISTER at 4, Cavendish Park Road, Barrow in Furness

0. Hannah Mary Black

Hannah was born in about 1898 in Hensingham (Workington). She was with her parents at the census in 1901 and 1911.

0. Ethel Agnes Black

Hannah was born in about 1899 in Askham in Furness. She was with her parents at the census in 1901 and 1911.

-1. John Black

John was born in 1869 in Dalton in Furness. In 1871, 2 year-old John was living with his parents and siblings at Irelath Marsh, Dalton in Furness.

-1. George Black

George was born in 1871 in Dalton in Furness. In 1871, 2 month-old George was living with his parents and siblings at Irelath Marsh, Dalton in Furness. In 1881 10 year old John was living with parents and two sisters at Coopers Hill, Harrington. Ten years later he was a farm labourer living with hi mother and sister, Sarah at Marsh Street, Dalton.

-1. Hannah Elizabeth Black

-1. Sarah Ann Black

-2. Robert Black

Robert was born in Hawkshead in about 1834 and in 1841 he was living with his parents and four brothers at Low Wray, Claife. In 1851 he was a farm servant to Richard Dugdale and family, farming 40 acres in Claife. In 1861 Robert, married to Margaret was an agricultural labourer Bouth Bridge, Colton, Ulverston. They had a son of 3 months, Richard. In 1871, still at Bouth Bridge there were now 3 sons, Richard and James, John and 2 daughters, Mary and Agnes. Robert was now a woodman. In 1881 Robert and Margaret, still at Bouth Bridge with Agnes and a further son, George. Richard died in Ulverston in 1889 (Apr-Jun 8e: 612)

-1. Richard Black

Richard was born in Colton, Ulverston in 1860 (Oct-Dec 8e: 566). In 1861 he was with his parents at Bouth Bridge. He was still there in 1871. In 1881 Richard was a farm servant to William Postlethwaite who farmed 145 acres at Bank End, Haverthwaite, Ulverston. This was the entry following his parents at Woodsman Cottage. Richard married Eleanor Muncaster in Ulverston in 1887 (Jul-Sep 8e: 1081). In 1891 Richard, Eleanor and daughters, Margaret and Mary were at Beckfoot, Ulpha, Bootle, Cumberland. Richard was an agricultural labourer. In 1901 there were two more daughters, Eleanor and Mary and a lodger at Beckfoot, Ulpha. In 1911 they had moved to a 7-room house in Grizedale. Richard was a farm bailiff and had had 7 children with 6 surviving. The 2 latest children were John and Richard. There is a possible death record in Ulverston in Dec 1924.

0. Margaret Black

Margaret was born in about 1889 in Woodland, Lancs. She was with her parents, sister and lodger at the census in 1891 in Bootle and with her parents and three sisters at Beckfoot, Ulpha, Bootle in 1901.

0. Mary Agnes Black

Mary was born in about 1890 in Thwaites, Cumberland. She was with her parents, sister and lodger at the census in 1891 in Bootle and at Beckfoot, Ulpha, Bootle in 1901. In 1911 Mary was a domestic housemaid for James Cowper at Keenground, Hawkshead.

0. Eleanor Black

Eleanor was born in 1896 in Ulpha Cumberland. She was with her parents and three sisters at Beckfoot, Ulpha, Bootle in 1901 and with her family in Grizedale, Hawkshead in 1911.

0. Mary Isabel Black

Mary was born in 1900 in Ulpha Cumberland. She was with her parents and three sisters at Beckfoot, Ulpha, Bootle in 1901 and with her family in Grizedale, Hawkshead in 1911.

0. John Black

John was born in 1902 in Ulpha Cumberland. He was with his family in Grizedale, Hawkshead in 1911.

0. Richard Black

Richard was born in 1909 in Satterthwaite, Lancs. He was with his family in Grizedale, Hawkshead in 1911.

-1. Mary Black

Mary was born in Feb 1863 in Colton. In 1871 she was living with her family at Bouth Bridge, Colton, Ulverston and in 1881 she was a general domestic servant for Robert Gaitskell, a farmer of 100 acres at Ellamine, Kirkby Ireleth, Ulverston 

-1. James Black

James was born in about 1866 in Kirkby in Furness. In 1871 he was living with his family at Bouth Bridge, Colton, Ulverston and in 1881 he was a farm servant for John & Anne Vickers, a farmer of 106 acres at Thorn Bank, Gosforth, Cumberland. He cannot be found in 1891. James married Agnes Kendal in 1894 in Barrow in Furness (Oct-Dec 8e: 1363). In 1901 they were living at Woodmans cottage, Kirbey Ireleth with daughters, Mary and Agnes. Agnes died in 1907 (Apr-Jun 8e: 551) and James remarried Mary Eleanor Robinson in 1908 in Ulverston (Oct-dec 8e: 1341). In 1911 they were still at Woodsman Cottage with his daughter, Agnes and three stepsons.

0. Mary E Black

Mary was born in about 1897 in Kirkby Ireleth. She was with her family in 1901.

0. Agnes Black

Agnes was born in about 1899 in Kirkby Ireleth. She was with her family in 1901 and 1911.

-1. John Black

John was born in 1868 in Kirkby in Furness, Ulverston (Apr- Jun 8e: 761). In 1871 he was living with his family at Bouth Bridge. In 1881 he was a farm servant living in with farmer of 396 acres at Dearham Hall, Dearham, Cockermouth. John cannot be found in 1891 but married Elizabeth Hudson in Jul-Sep 1899 in Ulverston (8e: 891). In 1901 John was a woodman forester at Holker, Ulverston with his mother, wife and one month old daughter, Mary. In 1911 they were living at Sunny Bank Cark in Cartmel with three children, Mary, Fanny and Sarah and his sister, Agnes and a nephew, Robert Black (I do not know who's child he is).

0. Mary Black

Mary was born in 1901 in Cark in Cartmel, Ulverston (Jan-Mar 8e: 747). She was with her parents in 1901 and 1911.

0. Fanny Black

Fanny was born in 1903 in Cark in Cartmel, Ulverston (Apr-Jun 8e: 750). She was with her parents in 1911. Fanny of Sunny Bank Cark in Cartmel (her father's house) died on 9 Nov 1903 at Cark Farm (Ulverston 8e: 1721). Probate of £298 4s 11d was granted to George Lewis, a farmer.

0. Sarah Black

Sarah was born in 1906 in Cark in Cartmel, Ulverston (Apr-Jun 8e: 755). She was with her parents in 1911. She married Fred Smith in Ulverston in 1948 (Jul-Sep 10f: 1788).

-1. Agnes Black

Agnes was born in Feb 1871 in Kirkby in Furness, Ulverston (8e: 740). In 1871 and 81, Agnes was living with her family at Bouth Bridge. I cannot find her in 1891. In 1901 Agnes was with her brother, George as housekeeper at the Square, Holker Lower, Ulverston and with her brother, John as charwoman at Sunny Bank, Cark in Cartmel in 1911.

-1. George Black

George was born in Feb 1874 in Kirkby in Furness, Ulverston. In 1881 George was living with his family at Bouth Bridge. I cannot find her in 1891. In 1901 George, a forester & woodsman was living at the Square, Holker Lower, Ulverston with his sister and nephew, Robert at Sunny Bank, Cark in Cartmel. George married Elizabeth Hannah Randle on 9 Dec 1902 in Ulverston. By 1911 George and Elizabeth had had 4 children, James, Thomas and John but one had died. They lived at 10, Railway cottage, Pennington, Ulverston and George was now a plate layer on the Furness Railway.

0. James Black

James was born in 1904 in Cark in Cartmel, Ulverston (Jan-Mar 8e: 731). He was with his parents in 1911.

0. Thomas Black

Thomas was born in 1906 in Cark in Cartmel, Ulverston. He was with his parents in 1911.

0. James Black

James was born in 1908 in Dalton in Furness. He was with his parents in 1911.

-2. William Black

William was born in Hawkshead in 1836 and baptised on 20 mar 1836 at Hawkshead. 1841 he was living with his parents and four brothers at Low Wray, Claife. In 1851 William was an agricultural labourer for Jacob Keen a farmer of 120 acres at How, Hawkshead. In 1871, William was a labourer living with his brother Thomas at Smithy Lane, Sawrey, Claife. In 1901 65 year-old William was living with his nephew, Richard at Outgate farm, Hawkshead. By 1911 William was a retired former wood cutter and boarding with John Beetham at Mallins Park Cottages Ambleside.

-2. George Black

George was born in Hawkshead on 29 Mar 1838 and baptised on 21 Apr 1838 at Hawkshead. 1841 he was living with his parents and four brothers at Low Wray, Claife. In 1851 George was a farm labourer at Low Wray, Claife. In 1871, George, a woodcutter, was boarding with Thomas Dugdale and his family at Chapel hill Ambleside.
In 1873 he married Mary Dugdale (Kendal Jul-Sep 10b: 989) probably the daughter of his landlord. In 1881 George, Mary, her nephew and their son George were living at Strawberry Bank, Ambleside; George was a general labourer. In 1891 they had moved to Chapel Hill (Thomas Dugdale's address in 1871) and now had a 3 more children, Braithwaite, Clara and Mabel. In 1901 they had moved to the Green in ambleside and a further son, Fred, was born. George was now a slate quarry labourer. They were still there in 1911, with George now a general labourer. The death of one of their 6 children was recorded on the census.
George died aged 77 in 1915 (Kendal Oct-Dec 10b: 941).

-1. George Black

George was born in Ambleside in 1880 (Kendal Jan-Mar 10b: 657). In 1881, 91, 1901 and 1911 he was living with his parents in Ambleside. By 1901 he was a general labourer. He married Alice Robinson on 24 Feb 1916 in Ambleside (Kendal 10b: 1243). George may have served with the Prince of Wales's volunteers (S. Lancs) Reg. no. 49767. George and Alice had 9 children, George, Tom, Robert, Mary, John, Margaret, Richard and two more sons still living.
George died aged 67 in December 1947 (Westmorland south 1b: 530).

0. George Edward Black

George was born 5 Jun 1916 in Ambleside (Kendal 10b: 1392). He died in Kendal in Jun 1996

0. Tom Black

Tom was born 5 May 1919 in Ambleside (Kendal 10b: 1114). He died in 1972

0. Robert Black

Robert was born 11 Dec 1920 (Kendal Jan- Mar 1921 10b: 1411). He died in Dec 1997. 

0. Mary Black

Mary was born in 1923 (Kendal 10b: 1346).

0. John Black

John was born 25 Dec 1925 (Kendal Jan-Mar 1926 10b: 1243). He died in 1979.

0. Margaret Black

Margaret was born in 1927 (Kendal Oct-Dec 10b: 1032).

0. Richard Black

Richard was born in 1929 (Kendal Oct-Dec 10b: 1007).

0. Un-named son Black

0. Un-named son Black

-1. Bruce Black

Bruce was born in Apr 1882 in Ambleside and died in Jun of that year.

-1. Braithwaite Black

Braithwaite was born in 1883 in Ambleside (Kendal Apr-Jun 10b: 707). In 1891 he was living with his family in Chapel Hill, Ambleside, where they lived in 1901. Braithwaite was a slate quarry labourer. In 1911 the family had moved to The Green, Ambleside. During WWI Braithwaite served as a private in the Border Regiment (Reg no. 14982).
He died, aged 63 in July 1944 Westmorland South 10b: 647). His obituary appeared in the Westmorland Gazette on 22 July 1944: 
The death took place at Kendal on Monday of Mr Braithwaite Black, The Green, Ambleside, at the age of 61 years. He was a slate river and served his time at Loughrigg Quarry, Rydal. A great lover of dogs, he was a keen foxhunter and hound trailer and regularly attended at the Mardale Shepherds' Meet. He was a member of the Male Voice choir and sang in a B.B.C broadcast. He played for several seasons with Ambleside Rugby club. He was an observer of the Wild Birds Protection Society. During the last war he served with the Border Regiment and was awarded the Serbian Gold Medal in 1915. This medal was presented personally by the King of Serbia. He received a diploma of honour from the townsfolk of Ambleside.
A correspondent writes: Braithwaite Black hunted with many foxhound packs. He had an almost uncanny instinct of the habits and runs of the fell foxes. “If you want to see anything of the hunt stick to Brait Black – if you can”, was sound advice, but he was a terror to keep up with on foot. The famous Ullswater huntsman, Joe Bowman, used to observe that what Braithwaite did not know about hunting wasn't worth knowing.  He almost knew to a point where hounds and fox were likely to reappear amidst the crags, screes or bracken after they had been out of sight and hearing for a space.
Lost – And – Won
As a hound trailer, he proved a successful breeder and competitor. He had numerous trail hounds through his hands, including such well known ones as Trimmer, Misty Morn, Sally, Welcome, etc. Once on his way to Mardale he and Trimmer were lost in the mist on Roman High Street for many hours, an experience not uncommon among hunters and trailers.
Despite this handicap Trimmer won a great trail on ultimately arriving at Mardale Green. This hound won the memorable trail at Ullswater sports when Lord Lonsdale disqualified the whole pack except three for starting before he gave the signal. Black had held Trimmer up, and in spite of the very considerable start, by the main body. Trimmer overlapped them and came in first. Black was also a successful breeder of working terriers.
Mountain Guide
Black was a good all–round athlete, and a meritorious fell runner, more enduring rather than speedy. While his battalion was in training Black won medal after medal for cross country runs, being recognised as the best cross country runner in the battalion. He also had the honour of walking the regimental mascot, a fine foxhound at the head of the battalion on the march.
As a reliable mountain guide, his friends were constantly requiring his company in mountain rambles. One of his most recent occupations was acting as a sort of handyman and guide for the Huyton (Liverpool) Girls School evacuated to Rydal Hall, where his services were thoroughly appreciated.
A Hunter's Requiem
The funeral took place at St. Mary's, Ambleside on Wednesday, whither the Union Jack–draped coffin had been borne from the hospital at Kendal. The services resembled a huntsman's requiem, though all branches of Lakeland sport were represented amongst the assembly. The Rev. H. A. Thompson, vicar, took the service. As the mourners gathered in the church the organist Mr. E. A. Skelton who had met Mr. Black on active service in the last war, played the old Scottish soldiers lament, “The Flowers of the Forest” (his own arrangement), and the haunting John Peel lament, “The horn of the huntsman's now silent”. The 23rd Psalm was sung, and the hymn, “Forever with the Lord”. As the funeral filed out from the church, the organist played his own composition of a beautiful requiem, “Huntsman, Rest, thy chase is done”.
Among the mourners were Messers. J. and R. Logan, Geo. Grundy, Geo. Chapman (representing the Coniston Fox Hounds), A. S. Dixon, W. C. Skelton, W. Robinson, T. Bell, A. Capstick, Gilb. Smith and W. Rigg (Grasmere), M. McGarr, H. Mason, E. Vity, J. Hardisty, I. and S. German, B. Squire, H. Dixon, J. Greaves, F. Hopkirk, H. Holmes, R. Dugdale, T. Stobbart, and many others as well as a contingent of students from Huyton (Girls) School, Rydal Hall. The chief mourners were Mr. and Mrs. George Black (brother and sister-in- law), Mr. Fred Black (brother), Mrs. Clara Kay (sister), Messrs. John, Dick and William Black (nephews): Misses Winifred, Mary and Margaret Black (nieces), and the following cousins: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fradley, Mr. Jos. Dugdale, Mrs. Anna Watson, Mrs. Dora Ostiff, Mrs. Agnes Clarke, Mr. John Dugdale, Mr. Richard Dugdale, Mrs. Mary Dugdale, Miss Jenny Holme and Mr. W. Lewis.     lakelandhuntingmemories.com/ObsNew.html

-1. Clara Black

Clara was born in 1885 in Ambleside (Jul-Sep Kendal 10b: 693). In 1891 she was with her family at Chapel Hill, Ambleside and in 1901 and at the Green in Ambleside in 1901. I cannot find her in 1911, nor any marriage record, although Clara Kay, sister, was recorded as attending broither, Braithwaite's funeral.

-1. Mabel Black

Mabel was born in 1887 in Ambleside (Oct-Dec Kendal 10b: 669). In 1891 she was with her family at Chapel Hill, Ambleside and in 1901 and at the Green in Ambleside in 1901 and 1911.

-1. Fred Black

Fred was born in 1892 in Ambleside (Oct-Dec Kendal 10b: 684). In 1891 he was with his family at the Green in Ambleside in 1901 and 1911, when he was a stone waller apprentice. He served with the Border Regiment (Reg No 2484 and 201123)

-2. Richard Black

Richard was born in Low Wray, Ulverston in 1840 (Jan-Mar 25: 196) and baptised on 15th Mar in Hawkshead. In 1841 and 51 Richard was with his parents and siblings at Low Wray, Claife. In 1861 he was a farm servant for William Pattinson at Hall Carlton, Drigg, Bootle, Cumberland.
He married Annie Graham a dressmaker, in 1862 in Whitehaven Cumbria (Jul-Sep 10b: 668). In 1871 Richard, a labourer, and Annie were living at Mount Pleasant, Dalton, Barrow with daughter, Mary, mother-in-law, niece and boarder. In 1881 Richard, Annie and Mary were living at Egerton Buildings, Barrow in Furness. In 1891 they were living at 21, The Strand, Crosscannonby, Cumberland, with married daughter, Mary, son-in-law, Joseph Furnace and their 5 year-old son Richard. Ten years later they were living at 98, High St., Netherhall, Maryport. Annie died in 1909 in Cockermouth and in 1911 the remaining family had all moved to a 6-roomed house at 18, Church St., Maryport. Richard was a now dredger master.
Richard died aged 83 on 6th Jun 1923 in Cockermouth (10b: 746). Probate of £263 0s.3. was granted to daughter, Mary.

-1. Mary Black

Mary was born in 1863 in Ravensglass, Cumberland (Bootle Jul-Aug 10b: 537). In all the census Mary was living with her parents. She was a dress and mantle maker. She had married Joseph Furnace by 1891 and had a son, also Richard. They continued to live with her parents at least until 1911.

0. Richard Furnace

Richard was born in Maryport in 1885 (Cockermouth Oct-Dec 10b: 573). He was with his parents and grandparents in 1891 and 1901 but cannot be found in 1911.

-2. Thomas Black

Thomas was born in Low Wray, Ulverston in 1842 (Apr-Jun 25: 204) and baptised on 5th Jun in Hawkshead. In 1861 he was a carter for John Wilson, a farmer of 267 acres at Bensbank, Middleton, Westmorland.
He married Agnes Beck in 1864 in Hawkshead (Oct-Dec 8e: 820). In 1871 Thomas, a labourer, Agnes, children, Richard, Agnes and James, brother, William and brother-in-law were living at Smithy Lane, Sawrey, Claife, Ulverston. By 1881 there were three more children, Hannah, John and Thomas, in Smithy Lane and Thomas was now a woodcutter. In 1891 Thomas and his family with yet more children, Robert and Mary, were living at Bank Head Sawrey and Thomas was now an agricultural labourer. Ten years later they were living at another property in Claife with yet another daughter, Sarah; Thomas was now a general labourer. In 1911 Thomas and Agnes were with their younger children in Sawrey, a house with 8 rooms. The census recorded that they had 10 children with one dead. Thomas was now a woodcutter. There is a death record for Thomas Black in June 1924 in Ulverston at the age of 81 (8e: 979).

-1. Richard Black

Richard was born in 1865 in Skelwith, Lancs (Ulverston Jan-Mar 8e: 672) and baptised on 26th Feb in Brathay Church. In 1871 Richard was with his parents and younger siblings in Smithy Lane, Sawrey. In 1881 he was a farm servant to Isabella Forrest a retired farmer's wife at Spout mire, Claife and in 1891 was a woodcutter living with his parents and younger siblings at Bank Head, Sawrey. He married Alice Hodson in 1893 at Ulverston (8e: 1167).      
In 1901 Richard, Alice and children Annie and James and Uncle, William were living at Outgate Farm, Hawkshead; Richard was a flag quarry labourer. He was not present with his family, including a further daughter, Lizzie at Esthwaite Ham Cottage, Sawrey in 1911. Alice is recorded as 'married' not 'widowed'. They had had 8 children but only 3 were living by 2011.

0. Matilda Annie Black

Annie was born in Hawkshead on 6th Jun 1897 (Ulverston Jul-Sep 8e: 847) and baptised on 4th Jul at Sawrey. She was with her parents in 1901 and 1911.

0. James Hodson Black

James was born in Hawkshead on 1st Aug 1900 (Ulverston Jul-Sep 8e: 832) and baptised on 4th Jul at Sawrey. He was with his parents in 1901 and 1911.

0. Lizzie Black

Annie was born in Outgate, Hawkshead in 1902 (Ulverston Apr-Jun 8e: 801). She was with her parents in 1911.

-1. Agnes Black

Agnes was born in 1867 in Colton, Lancs. (Ulverston Jan-Mar 8e:  630) and was baptised on 3rd Mar at Finsthwaite, Lancashire. In 1871 Agnes was with her parents and siblings in Smithy Lane, Sawrey. In 1881 and 91 she was a domestic servant to Thomas Towers, a solicitor's clerk at Green Bank, Monk Coniston. In 1901 she was a servant to William Hayes, flour dealer of 53, Crescent road, Birkdale. By 1911 she had moved back with her family in Sawrey as domestic servant.

-1. James Black

James was born in 1870 Claife, Lancs. (Ulverston Apr-Jun 1a: 779). In 1871 and 81 he was with his parents and siblings in Smithy Lane, Sawrey. In 1891 he was farm servant to farmer Thomas Preston, at the Fold, Claife. He married Sarah Jane Dugdale in 1897 (Ulverston Jan-Mar 8e: 1089). In 1901 James and Sarah and children, Sarah, Albert and Arthur were living at Gillbank, Eskdale & Wasdale; Richard was a farmer. They were still there in 1911 with two more daughters, Maud and Doris. James died in Sep 1950 in millom, Cumberland aged 80 (1a: 109).

0. Sarah Agnes Black

Sarah was born in 1897 in Satterthwaite, Lancs (Ulverston Jul-Sep 8e: 847) and baptised there on 18 Jul. Sarah was with her parents in Gillbank, Eskdale in 1901 and 11. She married John William Baines in 1928 in Bootle, Cumberland (Apr-Jun 10b: 1373). They appeared to have one son, Noel. Sarah died in Mar 1972 in Millom (1a: 339) aged 78.

1.  Noel D Black

Noel was born in 1933 in Bootle, Cumberland (Jan-Mar 10b: 971).

0. Albert Black

Albert was born in 1899 in Wasdale, Cumberland (Bootle Apr-Jun 10b: 747) was with his parents in Gillbank, Eskdale in 1901 and 11. He married ? Armstrong in 1924 in Bootle, Cumberland (Apr-Jun 10b: 1009).

0. Arthur Black

Albert was born in 1901 in Wasdale, Cumberland (Bootle Jan-Mar 10b: 713) was with his parents in Gillbank, Eskdale in 1901 and 11.

0. Maud Black

Maud was born on 23rd Jan 1903 at Gillbank, Cumberland (Bootle Jan-Mar 10b: 724) Maud was with her parents in Gillbank, Eskdale in 1911. She married William Irving in 1926 in Bootle, Cumberland (Apr-Jun 10b: 1271). Maud died in Dec 1979 in Cockermouth (1: 0407).

0. Doris Black

Doris was born in 1906 at Gillbank, Cumberland (Bootle Jan-Mar 10b: 745) Doris was with her parents in Gillbank, Eskdale in 1911.

-1. Hannah Black

Hannah was born in 1873 in Sawrey, Lancs. In 1881 she was with her family at Smithy Lane Cottage, Sawrey. In 1891 she was with the family at Bank Head, Sawrey and was a dressmaker's apprentice. In 1901 she was a domestic cook for Addison Crofton at Lenton Court, Duke St. Settle.

-1. John Black

John was born in 1877 in Sawrey, Lancs. In 1881 he was with his family at Smithy Lane Cottage, Sawrey. In 1891 John was a farm servant for James Harrison of Cark Hall, Holker and in 1901 for John B Garrett at old Hall, Whittington, Lunesdale. I can find no further records.

-1. Thomas Black

Thomas was born in 1879 and baptised on 5 Oct in Sawrey, Lancs. In 1891 he was with his family at Bank Head, Sawrey. I can find no record for 1901, but in 1911 Thomas, unmarried, was a woodcutter living with his parents in Sawrey.

-1. Robert Black

Robert was born in 1884 and baptised on 13 Apr in Sawrey, Lancs. In 1881 he was with his family at Smithy Lane Cottage, Sawrey and in 1891 he was still with his family at Bank Head, Sawrey. In 1901 Robert was undergardener for Christopher Wilson a JP at Higmaden Park, Mansergh, S. Westmorland. I can find no further record of Robert.

-1. Mary Black

Mary was born in 1887 and baptised on 14 Aug in Sawrey, Lancs. In 1891 she was with her family at Bank Head, Sawrey and in 1901 with them in Claife.

-1. Sarah Black

Sarah was born in 1892 and baptised on 20 Mar in Sawrey, Lancs. In 1901 she was with her family at Claife and in 1901 with them in Sawrey where she was a domestic servant.

-2. Mary Black

Mary was born in Low Wray, Ulverston in 1844 (Apr-Jun 25: 193) and baptised on 21st Apr in Hawkshead. In 1851 she was living with her parents and three brothers at High Wray, Claife. In 1861 Mary was a house servant for Mary Sewel at High Mill, Undermillbeck, Windermere and in 1871 a nurse for William Beck, a magistrate and landowner at Borwick Lodge, Hawkshead. She married James Beck in 1872 in Hawkshead (Jul-Sep 8e: 1036).
In 1881 Mary, James, a labourer and their children William, Richard and James were living at Grandy Nook, Hawkshead. In 1891 they were all at Institute, Hawkshead, with James now a wood cutter. They remained there in 1901 with son Richard. By 1911 Mary, now a widow and servant with private means was still at Institute on her own.

-1. William Beck

William was born in Hawkshead in 1874 (Ulverston Jan-Mar 8e: 813) and was with his parents and brothers in 1881 and 1891, when he was a printer's apprentice. He was boarding with Tom Colley, a brewer and his wife at 26, Churchill St., Oldham where he was a reporter. His entry is squeezed on the census form almost as if an afterthought! He married Mary Elizabeth Jones in 1902 in Oldham (Jan-Mar 8d: 860). In 1911 William and Mary and their two children, William and Mary Essie, were living at 34, Savoy Street Oldham. They had had another child who had died.

0. Richard Beck

Richard was born on 29 Oct 1902 in Oldham and was baptised on 1 Nov at St Paul's Oldham. It would appear from his parent's 1911 census that Richard must have died before that date but I cannot find the record.

0. William Beck

Richard was born in 1905 in Oldham (Jan-Mar 8d: 593). In 1911 he was with his sister and parents at 34, Savoy Street Oldham.

0. Mary Essie Beck

Mary was born on 28th Mar 1907 in Oldham, Lancs (Oldham Apr-Jun 8d: 649) and baptised there on 5th May. Mary was with her parents and brother at 34, Savoy Street, Oldham in 1911. She married John Henry Robert Bailey on 28 Mar 1932 in Gartley, Cheshire. They had two children Mary and Anne. Mary died aged 76 in Jun 1983 in Surrey NW (17: 0650).

1. Mary Elizabeth Bailey

Mary was born in 1938 in Cheshire.

1. Anne Bailey

Anne was born in 1942 in Cheshire.

-1. Richard Beck

Richard was born in Hawkshead in 1878 (Ulverston Jul-Sep 8e: 836) and baptised on 28 Jul. He was with his parents and siblings at Grandy Nook Hawkshead in 1881 and again in 1891. By 1901 Richard was a joiner still at home with his parents. In 1903 he married Katherine Harding (Ulverston Jul-Sep 8e: 1521). In 1911 Richard and Katherine were living in Hawkshead with their sons, James and Robert.

0. James Harding Beck

James was born in 1904 in Barrow in Furness (Apr-Jun 8e: 805). In 1911 he was with his brother and parents in Hawkshead.

0. Robert William Beck

James was born in about 1907 in Sawrey. In 1911 he was with his brother and parents in Hawkshead.

-1. James Beck

James was born in Hawkshead in 1880 (Ulverston Jul-Sep 8e: 796) and baptised on 8th Aug. He was with his parents and siblings at Grandy Nook Hawkshead in 1881 and again in 1891.

-2. Joseph Black

Joseph was born in 1846 in Garth Row, Lancashire and baptised on 20 Dec 1846 in Hawkshead. In 1851 Joseph was with his parents, Richard and Hannah and 3 siblings, at High Wray, Claife. In 1861 Joseph was a farm servant for John Dugdale, a farmer of 350 acres, chiefly moorland in Grizedale, Satterthwaite. . He married Mary Hewitson in 1869 in Bolton (Oct-Dec 8c: 291). In 1871 Joseph, Mary and son, George, were living at 17, Latham? St., Little Bolton, Lancashire. Joseph was a house carpenter. In 1881 Joseph was a joiner living at 73, Charles Rupert St., Little Bolton with his wife and 5 more children, Hannah, Richard, Mary, Cecilia and Isabella. In 1891 they were living at 11, Marrick St and there were a further 3 children, Dorothy, William and Robert. Joseph died later that year, aged 45 in 1891 in Bolton (Oct-Dec 8c: 287).  I can only find census records for 1911 for children, Cecilia and Isabella who were married. Did widowed Mary take the family abroad?

-1. George Black

George was born in Bolton in 1870 (Apr-Jun 8c: 309). In 1871 George and his parents were living at 17, Latham? St., Little Bolton, Lancashire. In 1881 they had moved to 73 Charles Rupert St., Little Bolton. George was a cotton weaver in 1891 living with his family at 11 Marrick St., Little Bolton.        
He married Alice Ann Heyes in Bolton in 1894 (Jul-Sep 8c: 551). In 1901 George, now a cotton spinner, Alice and children, George and Mary were at 18, Brooklyn St., Little Bolton. I cannot find him in 1911. There is a death record of George Black, aged 66 in Bolton in Mar 1937 (8c: 485).

0. George Black

George was born in 1897 in Bolton (Apr-Jun 8c: 451). He was with his family in Little Bolton in 1901

0. Mary Alice Black

Mary was born in 1899 in Bolton (Apr-Jun 8c: 476). She was with her family in Little Bolton in 1901

-1. Hannah Black

Hannah was born in Bolton in 1871 (Apr-Jun 8c: 357). In 1881 Hannah and her parents were living at 73 Charles Rupert St., Little Bolton. In 1891 she was living with her family at 11 Marrick St., Little Bolton, where the family were in 1901. Hannah was a cotton weaver.

-1. Richard Braithwaite Black

Richard was born in Bolton 20th Oct 1872 (8c: 15) and baptised at Blackrod, Lancs on 1st Dec. In 1881 his family lived at 73 Charles Rupert St., Little Bolton. Richard was a cotton weaver in 1891 living with his family at 11 Marrick St., Little Bolton. He died at the age of 23 in Bolton in 1896 (Apr-Jun 8c: 269).

-1. Mary J Black

Mary was born in Bolton in 1875. In 1881 Mary and her family were living at 73 Charles Rupert St., Little Bolton. In 1891 they were living at 11 Marrick St., Little Bolton. Mary was a cotton weaver. I cannot find further records.

-1. Cecilia Black

Cecilia was born in Bolton in 1876 (Oct-Dec 8c: 446) and baptised on 19th Nov at Bolton-le-Moors. In 1881 Cecilia and her family were living at 73 Charles Rupert St, Little Bolton. In 1891 they were living at 11 Marrick St., Little Bolton. Cecilia was a cotton binder and were there in 1901. She married Andrew Peak, a domestic gardener, in 1905 in Bolton (Jul-Sep 8c: 582) In 1911 Cecilia and Andrew were living with son, Frank, at 44, Catherine St., Horwich, Bolton. There is a record of death in Bolton in Mar 1926 aged 49 (8c: 477)

0. Frank Peak

Frank was born in 1908 in Horwich, Bolton (Jan-Mar 8c: 437). He was with his family in Horwich in 1911.

-1. Isabella Black

Isabella was born in Wigan on 19 May 1879 (Apr-Jun 8c: 23) and baptised on 1st Jun at Blackrod, Bolton. In 1881 she and her family were living at 73 Charles Rupert St., Little Bolton. In 1891 they were living at 11 Marrick St., Little Bolton. Isabella, a cotton binder and her family were there in 1901. She married Herbert Joule, a cotton spinning worker, 22 Jun 1907 in Bolton (Apr-Jun 8c: 557). In 1911 Isabella and Herbert and their daughter, Ella, were living at 177, Arnold St., Bolton. They had a second daughter, May. Isabella died at Arnold St., on 29th Jan 1926 aged 49 (8c: 470) and is buried at St Peter, Halliwell.  Probate of £375 4s 4d was granted to George Black and Stephen Joule, Spinners.

0. Ella Joule

Ella was born on 5th May 1908 in Halliwell, Bolton (Apr-Jun 8c: 422) and baptised on 14th Jun at St. Matthew. She was with her family in Arnold Street in 1911. She married Herbert Murphy on 25th Jun 1930 at St Matthew, Bolton and had three children, Lionel, Joan, and Brenda. She died in Sep 1975 in Salford (8e: 301).

1. Lionel J Murphy

Lionel was born in 1934 in Bolton (Apr-Jun 8c: 527). He married Angela M Sheridan in 1970 (Apr-Jun 10b: 1314). I have found at least one child, Anthony.

2. Anthony Lee Murphy

Anthony was born in 1977 in Chorley. I have found (Google) an Anthony Lee Murphy, a consultant Podiatric Surgeon at Blackpool Teaching Hospital.

1. Joan E Murphy

Joan was born in 1938 in Bolton (Oct-Dec 8c: 398).

1. Brenda June Murphy

Lionel was born on 1st Jun 1941 in Bolton (Apr-Jun 8c: 656). She died, aged 35, in Jun 1976 in Colchester (9: 1936).

0. May Joule

May was born in on 22nd Jan 1912 (8c: 784). She died in Sep 1919 in Salford (8e: 301).

-1. Dorothy Black

Dorothy was born in Bolton in 1882 (Apr-Jun 8c: 23) and baptised on 1st Jun at Blackrod, Bolton. In 1881 she and her family were living at 73 Charles Rupert St., Little Bolton. In 1891 they were living at 11 Marrick St., Little Bolton. Isabella, a cotton binder and her family were there in 1901. There is a marriage of a Dorothy Black in Bolton in 1905 but I cannot find any census record to confirm the spouse in 1911.

-1. William Black

William was born in Bolton in 1886 (Jan-Mar 8c: 420) In 1891 the family were living at 11 Marrick St., Little Bolton and were still there in 1901, when William was a farm worker. I can find no record in 1911.

-1. Robert Black

Robert was born in Bolton in Dec 1887 (Jan-Mar 1888 8c: 451) and baptised, age 6 on 19 Sep 1894 at St Matthew, Bolton. In 1891 the family were living at 11 Marrick St., Little Bolton and were still there in 1901, when Robert was a saddler. I can find no record in 1911.

-3. Robert Black

Robert, son of John, was born 26th Oct. 1802 & baptised 8 Feb. 1803 in Hawkshead

-3. Mary Black

Mary, daughter of John, was born 16th Nov. 1804 & baptised 15th May 1805, in Hawkshead

-3. George Black

George, son of John, was born 23rd Feb. 1807 in Hawkshead and baptised on 22nd Mar. George married on 22nd Feb 1840 at Hawkshead (Ulverston 25: 187).
In 1841 they were living at Walder Ground, Hawkshead with 6mth old daughter, Mary and father, John aged 85 of independent means. George was a farmer. In 1851 they were at Attwood, Hawkshead/Monk Coniston and farmed 79 acres employing one man. There were 4 children, Mary, now 10, John, 7 and twins Sarah and Agnes, 4. They were still at Attwood in 1861,71 & 81. The acreage varied with 150, 60 and 180 in 61, 71 & 81 resp.  In 1881 George, 85 and now a widower was at Knipefold, still in the same parish with 19year-old grandson, George and nephew, Thomas Milligan, farm servant, who was deaf and dumb.
He died in Oct-Dec 1899 aged 92 (Kendal 10b: 467) and is buried on 16th Dec. in Hawkshead.

-2. Mary Black

Mary was born about 1840 (Ulverston Oct-Dec 25: 201) and baptised 20 Dec 1840 in Hawkshead.  In 1841 she was with her parents at Walder Ground Hawkshead and in 1851 the family had moved to Attwood, Hawkshead/Monk Coniston. In 1861 she was a house servant to 64 year-old landed proprietor, Mary Sewel at High Mill, Undermillbeck, Windermere. She married Thomas Gibson on 27 Dec 1869 in Hawkshead.
In 1871 she and Thomas, a cabinet maker were living at Gate Mount, Ambleside with 5 month old daughter, Agnes. By 1881 there were 4 more children, George, 6, Thomas, 5, Louisa Mary, 3 and James Alexander, 8 mths. Mary was a dressmaker. In 1891 Mary, now a widow, aged 50 was working at home as a dressmaker. Also present were the 4 younger children plus 18 year old daughter, Helen Elizabeth not with them in 1881. The family were at the same address in 1901 and Kelrick (sic) Road 1911, a house with 3 rooms. She was a boarding house keeper. She reported that she had had 6 children but 2 had died.
Mary died in Kelsick House Ambleside on 15 Apr. 1921 (Kendal 10b: 808) and left £117.7s 7d. Probate was granted to spinster daughters, Helen and Louise.

-1. Agnes Gibson

Agnes was born in 1870 in Hawkshead. She was living with her parents with her parents at the all census from 1871 to 1911 and was a dressmaker. There is a record of the death of an Agnes A Gibson, aged 46 in Jun 1917 Barrow in Furness (8e: 842).

-1. Helen Elizabeth (Nellie) Gibson

Helen was born in 1872 in Hawkshead (Kendal Jun-Sep 10b:645). She was living with her parents at the all census from 1891 to 1911 and was a dressmaker. She was not with her family in 1881 but an Ellen Gibson aged 8 was visiting her Aunt Sarah at 212 Kensington, West Derby, Liverpool. Helen was a spinster at her mother's death in 1921.

-1. George William Gibson

George was born in about 1874 in Hawkshead (Kendal Apr-Jun 10b: 716). He was living with his family from 1881 to 1901 and was a grocer's assistant and then a fishmonger. He died in 1908 (Kendal Oct-Dec 10b: 484).

-1. Thomas Gibson

Thomas was born in about 1876 in Hawkshead (Barrow in Furness Oct-Dec 8e: 771). He was living with his family from 1881 to 1901 and was a grocer's assistant and then a fishmonger. He cannot be located in 1911 or a death record found.

-1. Louise Mary Gibson

Louise was born in 1877 in Hawkshead (Kendal Oct-Dec 10b: 680). She was living with her parents at the all census from 1881 to 1911 and was a draper. She was a spinster at her mother's death in 1921.  She died a spinster in Mar 1956 (Westmorland south 1b: 655).

-1. James Alexander Gibson

James was born in 1880 in Hawkshead (Kendal Jul-Sep 10b: 673). He was living with his family from 1881 to 1901 and was a draper's assistant. He died aged 20 in 1901 (Kendal Apr-Jun 10b: 445).

-2. John Black

John was born in 1843 (Ulverston Oct-Dec 25: 206) and baptised in Hawkshead on 10th Dec 1843. John was with his parents at Attwood, Hawkshead in 1851 and 61. He married Annie Forrest on 17 May 1870 at Hawkshead (Ulverston 8e: 943). In 1871 John and Annie were living at field Head, Hawkshead (the next entry on census form to his parents at Attwood). John farmed 60 acres employing one boy.
John died, aged 30 on 2 Jan 1874 at Field Head (Ulverston 8e: 605) and was buried in Hawkshead on 6th Jan. Probate was granted on 19th Jan to farmer William MaCkereth of Wythburn and brother in law Thomas Gibson. He left less than £200. There are no further census records for Annie or records of a subsequent marriage. Where there any children?

-2. Agnes Black

Sarah's twin, Agnes was born in 1846 in Hawkshead (Ulverston Jul-Sep 25: 1497). She was baptised on 5th Jul in Hawkshead. In 1851 Agnes was with her family at Attwood, Hawkshead. In 1861 14 year-old Agnes was a nurse for Edward Crosfield, wholesale grocer, and his family at 5 Edge Lane, West Derby, Liverpool. She died at Attwood in 1870 in Hawkshead (Ulverston Jan-Mar 8e: 582) and was buried on 3 Mar

-2. Sarah Black

Sarah was born in 1846 in Hawkshead (Ulverston Jul-Sep 25: 1497). She was baptised on 5th Jul in Hawkshead. In 1851 and 61 Sarah was with her family at Attwood, Coniston.
She married Montague Charles Buck from Liverpool on 11 Oct 1870 in Hawkshead (Ulverston 8e: 1051). There are no records for either of them in 1871 but in 1881 they were living at 212 Kensington, West Derby, Liverpool. Montague was a provision & …. (illegible). With them were her mother-in-law and children, George, 9, Agnes 6, Florence, 4, Constance, 3 and Gertrude, 9 mths. Visiting was Ellen Gibson (probably niece Helen Elizabeth Gibson who was not present with her family). In 1891 they had moved across the Mersey to 23, Mount Road, Liscard, Wirral. Montague was a cotton merchant.  Mother- in-law, Elizabeth and children George, Agnes, Gertrude and Harry, 9, John, 7, Bernard, 6 and Sydney, 5 were with them and a general servant.
Sarah died, aged 48 in St Pancras London in 1893 (Oct-Dec 1b: 75). In 1901 widowed Montague, secretary to a public company had moved to Gloster Villa, Wood Green, Middlesex with Agnes, Gertrude, Harry, John, Bernard, Sydney and granddaughter, Dorothy, 4.

-1. George Montague Buck

George was born in West Derby, Liverpool on 25th Jul 1871 (Jul-Sep 8b: 364). In 1881 George was with his parents and siblings at 212, Kensington, West Derby, Liverpool.
According to his Universtity record, George was educated at Liverpool College and entered Cais College, Cambridge in Oct 1889, where4 he gained a BA (seniotr classic) in 1893 and the Chancellor's medal. He gained a MA in 1896 and was a fellow from 1894-8. He was assistant master at the City of London School from 1893-8 and died aged 27 at 34 Albert Mansions, Battersea. 
In 1891 George, a law student, was with his parents at Liscard, Wirral. He married Mary Kate Matthews on 16th Apr 1896 in Tooting Graveny, Wandsworth, London (1d: 1211). He died, on 2nd Nov 1898 at 34 Albert Mansions, Albert Bridge Road, Battersea. (Wandsworth 1d: 314) and was buried at Norwood Cemetery on 5th Nov. Probate of £1175 13s 6d was granted to his widow. Kate died in Tunisia on 27 December 1948.

0. Dorothy Louisa Buck

Dorothy was born in 1897 in Wandsworth (Jan-Mar 1d: 629) and baptised on 27th March at St Mary's Battersea. In 1901 4 year old Dorothy was with her grandparents, Montague and Agnes Buck and their children at Gloster Villa, Wood Green, Middlesex. She boarded at school at 7, Royal Crescent, Weston-s-Mare, Somerset in 1911 with headmistress, Winifred Mary Smith. According to an online tree Dorothy died on 12 Jul 1946 at Lourdes in France under her married name of Chavanne. She had a daughter, Marie Laure Marguerite Chavanne.

1. Marie Laure Marguerite Chavanne

Marie was born on 22 Feb 1933 in London and travelled to France on 14 Oct 1938 from Southampton to Marseilles. She died 5th Sep 2004 in Rennes Ille-et-Vilaine Bretagne, France.

-1. Agnes Elizabeth Buck

Agnes was born in West Derby, Liverpool on 1874 (Oct-Dec 8b: 539). In 1881 Agnes was with her parents and siblings at 212, Kensington, West Derby, Liverpool. She was with her parents at all subsequent available census. Agnes of 28, Avenue Road, Southall Middlesex, died on 2nd Mar 1959 in St Bernards Hospital Southall aged 84 (Ealing 5e: 28). Probate of £269 8s 9d was granted to her brother, Harry Montague Buck, translator.

-1. Florence Mary Buck

Florence was born in West Derby, Liverpool on 1876 (Oct-Dec 8b: 534). In 1881 Florence was with her parents and siblings at 212, Kensington, West Derby, Liverpool. She died, aged 5 in 1882 (West Derby Jan-Mar 8b: 420).

-1. Constance Olive Buck

Constance was born in West Derby, Liverpool in 1878 (Apr-Jun 8b: 575). In 1881 Constance was with her parents and siblings at 212, Kensington, West Derby, Liverpool. She died, aged 5 in 1882 (West Derby Jan-Mar 8b: 416).  It seems likely that Florence and Constance succumbed to same disease, as they died so close to each other.

-1. Gertrude Barbara Buck

Gertrude was born in West Derby, Liverpool in 1880 (Jul-Sep 8b: 560). In 1881 Constance was with her parents and siblings at 212, Kensington, West Derby, Liverpool. In 1891 the family had moved to Liscard, Wirral, and by 1901 were in Wood Green Middlesex. Gertrude married Arthur Walter Richardson in Edmonton, Middlesex (Jul-Sep 3a: 1226). In 1911 Gertrude, Arthur and their three children, Arthur, Mary and Howard were living at 19, Avenue Road, Southall, a house with 7 rooms. Arthur managed a collapsible metal tube works manufacturing articles of lead and tin. Interestingly Gertrude's sister, Agnes died in 1959 at 28, Avenue Road. I can find no definitive record of Gertrude's death

0. Arthur Montague Richardson

Arthur was born on 26th Jun 1907 in Southall (Uxbridge Jul-Sep 3a: 55). In 1911 Arthur was with his family in Southall. He was mentioned in the probate record for his brother, Howard and was a managing director. He died aged 79 on 20 Aug 1986 (Chiltern & Beaconsfield 19: 1044). Probate for Arthur of Foxglove Bakers Wok (sic) Denham, Uxbridge was granted on 2nd April 1987 of £183,486. 

0. Mary Barbara Richardson

Mary was born in 1909 in Southall (Uxbridge Apr-Jun 3a: 64). In 1911 Mary was with her family in Southall. There are at least two possible marriage records, 1943 to Sidney A Gleed and in 1947 to Jack Newman.

0. Howard Alan Richardson

Howard was born in 1911 in Southall (Uxbridge Jan-Mar 3a: 57). In 1911 Howard was with his family in Southall. He married Beryl Rosina Ainsworth in 1938 (Brentford Apr-Jun 3a: 446) They had a son, Howard, daughter, Valerie and a third child still living (according to a tree on Ancestry). He was a company director. Howard of 53, Carbery-avenue Ealing London W3 died aged 46 on 14th Oct 1947 (Ealing, Middlesex Dec 5e: 17). Probate was granted on 7th Mar 1948 to his widow and brother, Arthur of £629 18s 8d. 

0. Howard Charles Richardson

Howard was born on 25th Mar 1946 at Frogmore nursing home, Uxbridge (Uxbridge Jan-Mar 3a: 306). Sadly he died in June of that year (Uxbridge 3a: 140).  

1. Valerie Jill Richardson

Valerie was born on 26th Jun 1947 in Brentford (Jul-Sep 5e: 289). She married Alan G Pledger in 1965 (Jan-Mar 5e: 39). They had two sons, Mark and Timothy.  Valerie died in Feb 1992 in Milton Keynes aged 44 (19: 1317).

 

2. Mark A Pledger

Mark was born on 1965 in Hammersmith (Jul-Sep 5b: 1146).

2. Timothy James Pledger

Mark was born on 1966 in Hammersmith (Oct-Dec 5b: 1035).