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GREAT HARWOOD

BLEASDALE

 

1891 census for 123 Queen Street

Benjamin Bleasdale, Head, 29, Butcher Master, b Lancs, Baxenden
Mary E Bleasdale, Wife, 27, b Lancs Rishton ( Mary Ellen formerly Charnley possibly born in Tottleworth )
Sarah A Bleasdale, Daur 4, b Lancs Great Harwood

Benjamin is also listed in the 1891 Kelly's Directory as butcher and coach and cab proprietor at 125 Queen Street and in 1897 at 123 Queen Street.

 

1901 census the following

Benjamin Bleasdale father 39
Mary Ellen Bleasdale wife 37 ( nee Charnley )
Sarah Bleasdale age 14
Harry Bleasdale age 6

Benjamin had a half brother a Thomas Joseph Bleasdale also known as Joseph Thomas. He was a furniture restorer and married Hannah Willacy in 1900.

 

1901 census for 53 Queen Street, Great Harwood (RG13 3901 f 86)

Thomas J Bleasdale, Head, M 34 Upholsterer, on own account working at home, b Lancs, Preston
Hannah Bleasdale, wife, M 33 Assistant Mistress (School), b Lancs Preston.

Not in the Barrett's directories of 1903 - 1909 but he is in the 1901 Kelly's as Thomas J of 53 Queen Street and in 1905 Kelly's as Joseph Thomas Bleasdale of 123 Queen Street.

 

CHARNLEY

 

Mary Ellen's family 1881

1881

 

By 1891 her father was deceased

Mary Ann Charnley Head
Wid
51
Farmer born Lancs Briercliffe
Elizabeth A Charnley Daughter
S
29
Farmers Daughter born Lancs Rishton
Sarah Charnley Daughter
S
25 Farmers Daughter born Lancs Rishton
Robert Charnley Son
S
23 Farmers Son born Lancs Rishton
Thomas Rowson Servant
S
24 Farm Servant born Salop Pulcerbach
William Slater Servant
S
21 Farm Servant born Lancs Rishton

 

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