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PLEASE NOTE: If you do not see a GRAPHIC IMAGE of a family tree here but are seeing this text instead then it is most probably because the web server is not correctly configured to serve svg pages correctly. see http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/SVG:Server_Configuration for information on how to correctly configure a web server for svg files. ? Two Pickles families together in 1841, living at Wilsden Hill, Wilsden. Walker Pickles, son of Thomas & Mary was baptised at Wilsden in 1836 Family from Marley All Baptism and Burial records ar All Saints, Bingley No Marriage found. Note: There is another "Calib Cockshott" of Bingley who married Sarah Peterson 3 Feb 1744 with similar baptism dates. Family from Greenhill & Hellwick. I can find no deaths in Bingley, so possibly all survived. All Christened in Bingley, as children of Thomas and Mary. Whitley (baptised at Bingley) and Walker Pickles are of another family from Wilsden. Lodger in 1771 All baptised together at Morton Lives withLodging with Smith family 2 years before marrying Jane Smith 25-Mar-1873 All Smith families are from Bingley. Lives withBrothers living together at Wellington Inn, Bingley in 1851 Lives withJane was staying with uncle Robert Pickles in 1871 in Bingley, and was still living there at the time of her wedding to Albert in 1873. Lives withliving with in 1851 Representative ofWas witness at Hannah and Robert Valentines Wedding. Possible brother of Hannah, although quite likely another Henry Smith. Joseph Smith, another possible brother of Hannah was lodging with her in 1851. Lives withHartley was living with Thomas and family in 1891 NeighborBoth sisters and Robert V and wife Hannah were living in Crossflats in 1891 (and possibly 1881 too), but not close neighbours. Lives withWalter and Sarah living with Robert and Hannah Pickles (and also Hannah's niece Sarah Smith) Lives withLiving with in 1851 as a lodger, possible relation to Sarah Amy's Husband Henry, living at Marley Brow. Representative ofEllen was present and informant of Thomas Pickles's (John's father) death Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Adopted Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Widowed (three children) 02-Oct-1848 (Calverley) No more children Marriage 12-Nov-1848 (Otley) No more children 1849 - 1884 Mary Smith 34 34 What happened to Mary after 1881?  There were 32 Marriages and 29 Deaths recorded in Keighley for Mary Smith between 1881 and 1891.  The is reduced to 9 possible Marriages and 3 possible deaths if we assume no second name, and take age at death to match age (within 2 years).

Living at Lime Kiln, Micklethwaite, Bingley, Yorkshire (1851 and 1861 and 1871 and 1881), probably in a house next to the Leeds-Liverpool Cannel in a village now known as Crossflatts.

Transcribed as born in 1844 on 1851 census index (age 1 read as 7).  Actually born 30-Nov-1849.

By 1891, Crossflats has expanded and there was no longer a Lime Kiln Lane in Cross Flats (although a Lime Road can be found).  Mary Jane Smith (b.1854) was visiting Dove family in Crossflats, but probably not the same Mary.

Mother was shown as Pighills on birth certificate (for sister Jane).
1853 - 1908 William Smith 55 55 Born at Bingley (Keighley), Yorkshire, England

Living at Lime Kiln, Micklethwaite, Bingley, Yorkshire (1861 and 1871), probably in a house next to the Leeds-Liverpool canel in a village now known as Crossflatts.

William married in 1876 and moved to Keighley about 1879.  By 1881, William was living at 9 Grouse St., Keighley with Wife Lucy and 2 sons.

William was not with Lucy in 1911, so possibly died between 1901 and 1911.

Lucy died in USA.
1860 Sarah Pickles Born Easbur, Yorkshire

Living in Bingley in 1851,
Living in Keighly 1861.

Living at Eldon St., Bingley, Yorkshire in 1871
1854 James Pickles Born Bingley, Yorkshire

Living in Bingley in 1851,
Living in Keighly 1861.

Living at Eldon St., Bingley, Yorkshire in 1871
1850 Edward Pickles Born Bingley, Yorkshire or Samberhar, Dickster.

Living in Bingley in 1851, aged 1.
Living in Keighly 1861.

Living at Eldon St., Bingley, Yorkshire in 1871 (as Edman)
1823 - 1897 Robert Valentine Pickles 74 74 Living with a blacksmith in 1841 in Padiham, Colne, Burnley, Lancashire, but link to this family confirmed later by him living with sister Caroline in 1851 and niece Jane Smith in 1871.

Had Joseph Smith b.1828 (related to Henry maybe) lodging with them in Bingley in 1851.  Was also with his sister Caroline and wife Hannah and first son.

Living in Keighly in 1861.

Living at Eldon St., Bingley, Yorkshire in 1871, with niece Jane staying with them.

Living at 11 St Johns St Primitive Methodist Chapel House in 1881 with another niece Sarah Smith

Robert and Hannah were living alone at Crossflatts in 1891

His middle name, Valietine, was recorded at time of death.
1851 - 1928 Jane Smith 76 76 Born: Bingley, Yorkshire in 1851.

Living at Lime Kiln, Micklethwaite, Bingley, Yorkshire (1861), probably in a house next to the Leeds-Liverpool Cannel in a village now known as Cross Flatts.

Staying with uncle Robert Pickles and family (Eldon St., Bingley) in 1871 and married Albert 2 years later.

Married and living at Heather Bank, Bingley, Yorkshire in 1881

Living at 5 Cobden St., Birkenhead in 1891 and 1901.  She recorded the death of her mother.Sarah Amy Foulds in Tranmere in 1907.

Jane's mothers maiden name was recorded as Pighills on Jane's birth certificate, which was confirmed by Bradford Reg Office and by reference to Mary's Birth certificate.
1853 - 1922 Albert Stocks 69 69 Albert Stocks is my Great grandfather.

Born at Hartshead, Stalybridge, Ashton, Yorkshire (Vol 8d, p 457).

In 1861, the family had moved north and living at 128 Pousy (?) Street, Haslingden, Accrington.

In 1871 Albert (18, a Slater) and his father George (48, a Mason) were lodging with Joseph and Hannah Smith and their two children at Gilstead, Bingley.

A veteran marksman has passed away in the person of Mr. Albert Stocks, (70), 45. Thompson Street who died at that address on Saturday, January 21st.
Mr Stocks, who was born at Stalybridge, joined the West Riding Yeomanry at an early ago and came to Birkenhead about 40 years ago.  Taking up, his quarters with the Cheshire Engineers, he was soon advanced to the rank of Company Seargent Major and became one of the regiments crack shots. In 1891 he joined the King’s Liverpool’s, and in 1893 won the Queens Bronze and Silver medals. 

He was in the last 100 of the Queen’s in 1890, 1892, 1893, 1895 and 1896 and win the third prize in 1892.

Lodging with Father George and Smith family (Joseph and Martha Smith) at Bingley, Yorkshire in 1871.  Possibly a relation to his future wife Jane Smith, 2 years hence, but cant find a link.

Married 29 March 1873, just 4 months before his father George died at Oxford Street, Bingley.

Married and living at Heather Bank, Bingley, Yorkshire in 1881

Living at 5 Cobden St., Birkenhead in 1891.
1826 - 1907 Sarah Amy Pickles 80 80 Recorded as Sarah Emma Pighills on 1841 census but  Sarah Amy on 1907 death record.  Her farther is known to be Thomas Pickles (not Pighills) from her Marriage certificate of 1869.  He was a Woodman.

Born at Bingley (Keighley), Yorkshire, according to 1851 and 1861 census, or Colne Head, Lancashire according to 1871 and 1881 census records.

Sarah was married and living with Henry at Lime Kiln Lane, Bingley, Yorkshire (1861).

By 1871 she had re-married John Foulds, and was still living at Lime Kiln Lane.

By 1891, Crossflatts has expanded and there was no longer a Lime Kiln Lane in Crossflatts (although a Lime Road can be found).  Sarah was living at 11 Canel Road in 1891, which may well have been the same house.  She had moved to 7 Well Street by 1901.

Was pictured at Mather Family wedding of 1901 in Birkenhead (aged 76).

Sarah's maiden name was recorded as Pighills on Jane's birth certificate.  However, she was recorded as Sarah Amy Pickles in 1841 and 1907.

Sarah's father was Thomas, a woodman (or wood cutter) which helps match the family in 1841 and when she was married to John Founds.  I believe the christening and death records for "Sarah Emma" (father Thomas) and "Sarah Amy" are for the same person !
1822 - 1867 Henry Smith 44 44 Henry Smith is my 2x Great grandfather.

There are 5 Henry Smiths in the 1841 census from Bradford and 1 from Bingley who has a sister Mary, and was living with Jane Seed, an Inn Keeper, probably his mother.  If Henry was married at Bradford, then this may not be the one!

In Oct 1846, "Mr Henry Smith, Bingley" won £3 for best ploughman.

Linving at Farsley in 1848 at time of marriage.  John Smith of Sunny Bank, Farsley was recorded on the 1835 poll book (as well as David Smith of Calverley Mill).

Living at Marlow Road, in the Hamlet of Harden, Bingley in 1851.

Living at Lime Kiln, Micklethwaite, Bingley, Yorkshire (1861), probably in a house next to the Leeds-Liverpool Cannel in a village now known as Cross-Flatts.

Henry died in 1867 and Sarah re-married John Foulds two years later.
1829 - 1896 Hannah Smith 67 67 Born Addingham, Yorkshire

Living in Bingley in 1851,
Living in Keighly 1861.

Hanah living at Eldon St., Bingley, Yorkshire in 1871

Robert and Hannah living Walter and Sarah in 1881.  Hanna's niece Sarah Smith was also staying with them.

Robert and Hannah were living alone at Crossflatts in 1891

Hannah's father was James Smith, another weaver (see Marriage cert).
Marriage (four children) Dec 1865 Marriage (a child) Marriage 10-Nov-1869 Marriage (twelve children) 17-Oct-1811 St. Bartholomew's (Colne): Abode: Marlow Marriage (three children) 28-Dec-1852 No more children Marriage No more children Marriage (seven children) Sep-1876 (Keighley) Marriage (five children) 10-May 1846 (Keighley) Widowed (three children) 4 Nov 1833 No more children Marriage (five children) Marriage (three children) 15-Jan-1859 (Bradford) Widowed (five children) 6 Nov 1832 (Wilsden) No more children Widowed (two children) 14-Jan-1855 (Bradford) Marriage 16 Oct 1871 (Hunslet) Marriage (a child) 1889 (Keighley) +Possibly more children Marriage 1906 (Keighley) XTo be completed Marriage (nine children) 7 Jul 1778 (Colne) Abode: Noyna or Noonhow No more children Marriage (a child) XTo be completed Marriage (seven children) 24 Oct 1751 (Colne) No more children Marriage (a child) 17 Apr 1880 Marriage (four children) Marriage (four children) Marriage (nine children) < 1753 (All Baptisms at Marley) Marriage (a child) 16 May 1842 No more children Marriage (four children) 30 Jun 1872 +Possibly more children Marriage 1785 XTo be completed Mary (75) and Joseph (69) were with Thomas Smith (45), Mary's son from her first marriage to Robert Smith 1842 Joseph Smith Living with parents at Primrose Hill in 1861
Living with son at Primrose Hill in 1891

Still alive in 1901
1844 Martha Shackleton Living with son at Primrose Hill in 1891

Still alive in 1901
1867 Hannah Smith Left Home by 1891 1870 John Thomas Smith Left home by 1891 1877 Sarah Smith Living with son at Primrose Hill in 1891 1879 Fred Smith Living with son at Primrose Hill in 1891 1812 - ~1896 Thomas Smith 84 84 Living with son at Primrose Hill in 1891, aged 79. 1826 - <1887 John Foulds 61 61 Born in Bingley in 1827 (if 1871 census is correct).

Cant find on any 1861 or 1881 census. 

John and two of his sons (John Thompson Foulds. and another) came to the USA. They settled in Texas, but I can find no information about the death of John (Jack) Foulds.
1788 - 1845 Mary Roberts 56 56 Not Mary SHACKLETON or SMITH, as they married other Thomas Pickes.  Thought to have married in Colne as first children are from there.

Living with husband and family in 1841.

Mary (aged 70) lodging with Brother-in-Law John Pickles (b.1775) in Keighley in 1851.

Mary had a stroke and was partly paralysed. She suffered a fatal accident whilst her husband and daughter were out of the house.  She fell on the fire while cooking and died of her injuries.

1820 - 1884 William Cockshott Pickles 63 63 Living in Marley in 1841 (a hamlet of only a few houses), and interestingly, there was am Eleanor, daughter of Thomas Cockshott of Marley baptised here on 6 Dec 1755 (and a Sarah, 15 Dec 1753). There must surley be a relationship here!

Living at the Wellington Inn, Chapel Lane, Bingley in 1851 with brother Thomas.

Named Pickles in 1851-1881 census records, but later named Pighills at time of death.

Living in Hill Street, Bingley in 1861
Living in Barrage Street, Bingley in 1871
1825 - 1847 Edward Whitehead Pickles 22 22 Recorded as Pickels in 1851 census, but Pighills at time of death. 1831 - 1880 Dinelry (Dinley) Pickles 49 49 When he married in 1855 he used the name Daniel Pickles ... most strange, but probably has a strong accent and was illiterate.

Dinely is missing from the 1851 census, in 1855 he married Margaret Boocock while working as a miner in Bowling. In 1858 they had a son Edward while living in Coundon,
Co Durham (see scanned image). That son is with them on the 1861 census when they are in Stanley near Wakefield but he vanishes after that. In 1871 the couple are in Leeds and Dineley now has a greengrocer's shop, however
shortly after the census Margaret and infant daughter Drusilla die. Dineley quickly remarries to widow Jane Crawford (nee Briggs).

After his death in 1880 Jane takes over the shop and runs it with her son Alexander from her earlier marriage. All very satisfactory except for the sudden jump from textile worker to miner.
1833 - 1904 Caroline Pickles 71 71 Name spelled Carolina on familysearch.org and Carroline on 1841 census, when living with parents.  Probably, correct name is Caroline.

Living with brother Robert Pickles and family in 1851, because her Mother Mary had died, and father Thomas had moved to Bradford.

Married William Medley, 15/1/1859 (but age 30 on marriage certificate, when should have been 36 and only 32 on 1861 census).  It appears that this young lady lied about her age to make herself 6y older, as she had an older husband. By 1881, her true age had returned to the census records.

Her daughter Zilpha lived with, and cared for her mother at Crossflats untill Caroline died in 1904.
1816 - 1840 Margaret Pickles 23 23 It was either Margaret or Mary Ann that had a son Thomas Wood, but not sure which.

Margaret (father Thomas, a weaver) married Timothy Binns in Keighley in 1845, which seems to be correct.
1854 John Pickles Living in Hill Street, Bingley in 1861, aged 7 1859 Hannah E Pickles Living in Barrage Street, Bingley in 1871 1828 Joseph Smith Lodger in 1851 1860 Walter R Towler Was living with Parents John Towler and Anne M in 1861 in Rockland St Andrew, Norfolk, aged 1.

Walter and Sarah living with Robert and Hannah Pickles in 1881.
1815 Hannah 1855 - 1935 Lucy Alma Hill 79 79 Described as "Lucy Alma Smith" on the 1911 census, so the A stands for Alma. 1877 Harry Smith Name Harry, but Indexed as Henry in Ancestry.co.uk 1881 index.  Had left home (married) by 1891. 1880 Hartley (Arthur) Smith Was living with Thomas Smiths and Hills in 1891.

Appears to have changed name to Arthur by 1901 and 1911.  Still with mother in 1911, so presumed unmarried.
1882 Percy Smith Percy married in 1904 or 1909 (not sure) and left the area of Keighley. 1884 Ernest Smith 1886 Ethel Smith Living with mother Lucy in 1911 1890 Joseph Smith Living with mother Lucy in 1911 1820 - >1891 Joseph Hill 71 71 Joseph had a brother, James with him in 1871, who was a Mason Labourer 1816 - >1891 Mary Walton 75 75 FamilySearch record shows birth and death of Lucy, with mother Mary WALTON.  Her parents where John Walton and Mary. 1846 Thomas Smith By 1891, "Thomas Smith" was the head of the household.  His "parents", Mary and Joseph hill with living with him, together with brother Henry Hill, and nephew Hartley smith.

Not sure if he is Smith or Hill !
1851 Sarah Hill 1848 Mary Ann Hill 1858 Henry Hill 1852 Hannah Hill 1816 Robert Smith 1840 John Smith 1843 Betty Smith 1814 - 1876 John Pickles 62 62 John may have married Sarah Ellis on 13 Oct 1833 in Colne.  However, there are 3 or 4 other John Pickles from Colne christened within 2 years (John son of John & Grace, and John son of James & Mary)

John Pickles (28) married Ellen (32) at Bradford in 1842. The hand writing is difficult to read, but the father is Tho's, a Woodman, so age and father are a match.
1818 Mary Ann Pickles Two matches with correct father (but wrong occupation), so perhaps she never married or died.

Mary Pickles, Full Age, married James Broughton (both living in Allerton) 31 Oct 1841, and her father, Thomas was a Comber.

Mary Pickles 22 married Joseph Harrison in 1842, and her father was Thomas a Farmer.
1827 - 1883 Mary Ickeringill 56 56 Living in Hill Street, Bingley in 1861
Living in Barrage Street, Bingley in 1871
1855 Tom Pickles 1861 with family at Hill St Bingley
Not at home in 1871 (age 15).

1881, lodging with Briggs family

1891 at 55 Beamsley Rd a34, Plush Weaving Overlooker.
Not signatory to 1891 Labour petition.

1903 at 313 Kesnsington St.
1864 Samuel Christmas King 1888 Blanche King Witness at marriage of Frederick John Pickles in 1907 1891 Arthur King 1893 Tom King 1896 Edward King Twin with George 1896 George King Twin with Edward 1816 - 1890 William Medley 74 74 Widower at time of marriage to Carolina
1861 William Edward Medley William had two sons, Frederick William (b. 1892) and Percy Edward (b. 1893), both born in Bingley, who were living with him in 1911. 1866 Robert Medley Robert married Mary in 1889 1866 Zilpha Medley Zilpha lived with her mother Caroline in Crossflats until she died.  She was still single and 36 years old in 1901, so its assumed she never had children.

Zilpha was living alone in Keighley district in 1911, aged 44
1807 - 1858 Hannah Hainsworth 51 51 1833 Mary Ann Medley 1836 Martha Medley 1839 Thomas Medley 1841 Joseph Medley 1844 Sarah Medley 1830 - 1871 Margaret Borcock 41 41 Something strange about this person.  She cant be found on 1841 or 1851 census returns, or parish IGI records.  Also, when they were married, Dinelry used the name Daniel !

What do they have to hide ?
1858 - ~1864 Edward Pickles 6 6 1871 - 1871 Drusilla Pickles 5m 5m 1828 Jane Crawford Dinely remarried Jane Crawford in 1871, a widow (nee Briggs) three years his senior. 1828 - 1906 Alice Pickles 78 78 Married in 1850 and living with Father-in-law and Moses in 1851

Lived in Bingley from 1851 till at least 1891
1867 Mary (May) 1890 Emily Medley Living with Robert and May in 1911, aged 21. 1885 Eliza Ann 1824 - 1824 Sarah Pickles 1757 - 1820 James Roberts 63 63 James Roberts was from the the Parish of Thornton, Yorkshire.

The abode for the childrens baptisms was Noyna or Noonhow, which is probably a house at Foulridge.  Today there is Noyna Road, Avenue and view, all between Colne and Foulridge, a 15 min walk from the Church.
1757 - 1824 Lucy Coulthurst 67 67 Lucey Coulthers or Luce Coulterhouse.

The abode for the childrens baptisms was Noyna or Noonhow, which is probably a house at Foulridge.  Today there is Noyna Road, Avenue and view, all between Colne and Foulridge, a 15 min walk from the Church.
1783 Eleanor Roberts 1779 - 1779 Betty Roberts 1m 1m 1785 James Roberts 1793 - 1794 Henry Roberts 1 1 1791 Margaret Roberts 1796 Henry Roberts 1798 Will Roberts 1796 - 1797 Ellen Roberts 1 1 1725 - 1794 James Roberts 69 69 James and his son James were both Hatters. <unknown> 1731 - 1802 Henry Colthurst 71 71 ~1730 - 1773 Mary Midgley 43 43 1846 Esther Burrows Mother is Elizabeth, born Skipton, Yorkshire in about 1804 1869 Annie (Ann) Prescilla Burrows Annie Prescilla Burrows married William Holey on 16 July 1893. Her fathers name is not recorded. 1776 Thomas Pickles Farmer in 1841 1776 Hannah Pickles 1801 Martha Pickles 1816 William Pickles 1821 Mary Pickles 1811 Thomas Pickles 1811 Hannah 1829 Jonas Pickles 1830 Edwin Pickles 1834 William Pickles 1837 Ada Pickles 1812 - 1874 Thomas Pickles 62 62 In 1841 Thomas and Zilpah (unmarried) were both servants at Town Hill House, Bradford (near Wakefield Road), serving Francis and Mary Duffield.  Also working there was George Wood (possible father of Thomas) and Emma Whitaker (probable younger sister of Zilpha)

Ten years later in 1851 they ran the Wellington Inn, Bingley, and William was lodging with them along with a 7-year-old ‘nephew’ Thomas Wood - was he the son of an unknown sister of Thomas (possibly Margaret Pickles).

They moved to Leeds by 1861, working as a Pork Butcher with nephew Thomas assisting.

Living at 16 Lisbon Road, West Leeds in 1871, still as a pork butcher, now with son Thomas Whitaker Pickles.
Thomas Cockshott Mr Thomas Cockshott of Marley was buried 15 Feb 1735, which was probably this Thomas's father. D. 1763 Sarah Cockshott Of parish of Bingley 1754 Eleanor Cockshott 1757 Ann Cockshott 1756 - 1757 Thomas Cockshott 11m 11m 1759 Margaret Cockshott 1760 Catherine Cockshott 1757 Mary Cockshott 1761 John Cockshott 1762 Elizabeth Cockshott 1753 - 1759 Sarah Cockshott 6 6 1784 - 1847 Thomas Pickles 62 62 Was Thomas a bit of a joker?  Well three days after Thomas married Mary Roberts at Colne, another Thomas Pickles of Colne married Martha Thornton, also at St Bartholomew's.

Living in Marlow (aka Marley), Bingley in 1841 and 1845, confirmed as a "Wood Cutter" and "Labourer" (1845), and Woof Bailiff (1846 & 1847).

There was an Eleanor, daughter of Wm Thomas Cockshott of Marley baptised 6 Dec 1755, and Mary Ann 22 Sep 1757.  It appears that the name Cockshott may be derived from this family, also living at Marley.  Thomas baptised his son William Cockshott Pickles in 1820.
1810 - 1876 Ellen Metcalf 66 66 Marriage record looks like Mitcals, but most likely ment to be Metcalf 1848 - 1912 Thomas (Tom) Pickles 64 64 Thomas was a House Painter when he married Ann Elizabeth in  1872

He was named Tom in 1901, so probably known as Tom the painter.

Tom and Ann had 11 children, but only 2 (including Harry) survived to the 1911 census.
1848 Ann (Annie) Elizabeth Goodall Ann Elizabeth's father was William Goodall, a commercial traveller.

Tom and Ann had 11 children, but only 2 (including Harry) survived to the 1911 census.
1877 Harry (Henry) Pickles Named Henry in 1901, and Harry in 1891 and 1911. 1879 Alfred (Arthur) Pickles 1885 Fred Pickles 1875 - 1908 Florence Eleanor Pickles 33 33 1876 - 1878 John William Pickles 2 2 1878 - 1880 Hannah Mary Smith 2 2 In 1881 Hannah Mary Smith is missing.  She had probably died 1880, aged 2, where there is a matching Keighley death record.

in 1901, Hannah Mary Smith (23 was with her uncle and aunt Thomas Holgate (62) and Emma Holgate (Thomas sister, 48) at Horton. This must be another.
1753 John Colthurst 1756 - 1756 Lucy Colthurst 1760 - 1775 Susan Colthurst 15 15 1763 Nelly (Ellin) Colthurst 1766 - 1767 Nanny Colthurst 1 1 1768 Mary Colthurst ~1763 John Yates
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