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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. ? Baptisms at Highfield Independant, Huddersfield. Family lived at Berry Brow, some in adjacent houses. Dead Man Stone family High St. Chapel Methodist New Connexion There is also a Charles & Sarah Stocks who has William (1805) and Mary (1809) Martha Brook was "Head", Married in 1861 Martha Brooks was with husband John Brooke in 1871 This could be wrong person: Martha Lindley, who married John Brooke in 1850 James Stocks (Surgen) from Holmfirth, all in one grave Thomas Stocks, Stone Carver (Sculpture), Berry Brow Lives withGeorge and Emma were grandchildren of Job and Lucy and lived with them during their childhood (1851/61 census) NeighborNeighbours in 1851, after William marrying Susanna Stocks. Susannah Horfall, daughter of Job Stocks was present at his death. Lives withEmma is Granddaughter of Job and Lucy. Living together in 1851 (or as neighbour) OtherVery close for 3 months after Benjamin's wife, Sarah died in April 1875. Also buried together Representative ofEmma Horsfall was witness at Albert and Jane's Wedding in 1873. They were cousins. Lives withGeorge Brook (aged 24) was living with his cousins Emma and Enoch Geldgill and mother Susannah Horsfall in 1881 Funding ofThe will of Susannah Horsfall late of Berry Brow in the parish of Almondbury in the county of York Widow who died 25 Apr 1883 at Berry Brow was proved at Wakefield by Emma Gledhill (Wife of Enoch Glefhill) of Berry Brow the daughter the sole Executrix. Personal Estate £106. 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Lives withIn 1851, George and Ann Gledhill were lodging with George and Rebecca Stocks 1853 - 1922 Albert Stocks 69 69 Albert Stocks is my Great grandfather, born Jan 1853 at Cocker Hill, 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.
1829 - 1857 Ruth Stocks 28 28 Living in Almondbury, Huddersfield in 1841 and 1851 with parents Job and Lucy.

No matching record of death for Ruth Stocks in Huddersfield, so may have got married June-1853 or Mar-1856.  However, Emma is believed to be her daughter, so perhaps she died.
1832 - >1895 Martha Stocks 63 63 Living in Almondbury, Huddersfield in 1841 and 1851 with parents Job and Lucy

Married about Sep-1852 in Huddersfield

Martha Brook, living in Almondbury, Huddersfield, Yorkshire in 1861 with four young children.
1826 - 1883 Susannah Stocks 57 57 Susanna living in Almondbury, Huddersfield in 1841 with parents Job and Lucy.  Her adult baptism records her as the second child.

Susana married to William ib 1848 and next door to her parents, Job and Lucy in 1851.
1862 Joe Henry Brooke 1766 - 1807 George Stocks 41 41 As well as George and Mary Stocks, there was also a Charles and Sarah Stocks family in Berry Brow, perhaps a brother of George. 1830 Thomas “John” Brook According to his Marriage Banns, Thomas's father was Benjamin Brook.

Sometime between 1851 and 1871, Thomas seems to have changed his name to John.
1855 Ann Brook 1852 Bessy Brook 1857 Eliza Brook 1859 Sarah Hannah Brook 1824 - 1863 Rebecca Ann Robinson 39 39 Full name is "Rebecca Ann", confirmed by christening record and mothers name on son Albert's birth certificate.  She was born at Longwood, about 500m from Leymoor, and also close to Quarmby Cum Lingley.

In 1841, "Rebekah" was living in Ley Moor, Golcar with mother Hannah and sister Betty.

In 1849, "Rebecca" married and on the 1851 census, but went by the name of "Ann" on the 1861 census, so although Rebecca was her first or official name, she probably went by the name of Ann.

Milnsbridge (spelled "Mills Bridge" on her wedding certificate) was the home of Rebecca Robinson before she was married to George Stocks in 1849.  Milnsbridge is just over the railway line from Longwood, where Rebecca was born (according to 1861 census).

Rebecca Robinson (b.1821, age 20) living in Dock Street with James and Mary Stuttard and family.  This is the only recorded Rebecca Robinson in Huddersfield in 1841, but her age appears a little old, and this is the wrong person.
Rebekah Robinson (b.1826) is a better match, living with sister Betty (b.1832) and mother Hannah (b.1796) in Golcar.

The 1851 census is a key record:  Rebecca was living at 30 Back Grosvenor St., Dukinfield, Stalybridge, Lancashire with George and Son Samuel (1 month old).

In 1856, when their son Walter was born, George and Rebecca were at 57 Grasscroft Street, Dukinfield.

Betweein 1857 and 1860, George and Rebecca moved from Dukinfield to Haslingden. In 1861 Joseph and Mary Ann Midword, another stone mason family, were living at 57 Greaacroft Street (district 27a).

Called Rebecca in 1841, 1849 and 1851, but then Ann in  1861.  She died before 1871 (when George was recorded as Widower).
1802 - 1872 Lucy Crosland 70 70 Lucy is my 3x great grandmother.  She was living in Almondbury, Huddersfield in 1841 and 1851

Lucy was ill and lost her left hand in 1870.  She died two years later.

Living in Berry Brow, Almondbury in 1871 with husband Job (Lucie on census) and grandson George Brook.
1803 - 1879 Job Stocks 75 75 Job is my 3x great-grandfather. Do not confuse with Job the Bookkeeper (b.1775), or Job the Cloth Dresser (b.1825)

In 1841, Job (a woolen Weaver) and Lucy (both 35) are living at Park Gate, Berry Brow, Almondbury with George (15), Susannah (15), Ruth (13) and Martha (9).

In 1851, Job & Lucy (47 & 48) are still at Park Gate with Ruth and Martha (22 & 19). Emma Stocks (grandaughter, 1 yr) is probably Ruth's daughter.  William, Susana and Emma Horsfall are neighbours.

In 1871, Living in Berry Brow, Almondbury with wife Lucy and grandson George Brook.

According to a letter to his nephew Joseph, Job cared for Benjamin and Sarah in their final years.

Job became infirm about 1875 and stopped earning.  He and daughter Susannah were supported by Alfred Healy, (assumed to be an agent of his nephew Joseph).
1851 - 1916 Samuel Edward Stocks 65 65 Born at Dukinfield, just south of Stalybridge, Lancashire (Cheshire on 1851 census).  Was 1 month old on 1851 census.  Brother Albert was born 2 years later at Hartshead, a few miles north of Stalybridge.

Moved further north to live at 128 Pousy (?) Street, Haslingden, Accrington in 1861

"Saml Edwd Stocks" on 1871 census, living with Sarah Ann Miller and her family in Witton, Cheshire.

Living at 14 Brougham St., Tranmere, Birkenhead in 1881. 

Living at 194 Peel Street, Tranmere, Birkenhead (as a single household) in 1891.

Still there in 1901, but away from Sarah Ann, living with Sarah, Samuel and Susannah.  He was buried with his brother in 1916, so may have separated.

By 1911, all Samuels children had married (except John who had also left home), so Samuel was lodging with the Ridley family in Chester.  Timothy Ridley (Head, aged 53)was a houise Joiner and his son John Henry a draughtsman, so possibly Samuel was working as part of their family business.

In 1911 (and I asume also in 1916) William Martin Harnman, wife Emily and children Emily (18), Lily (17), William Arthur (15) and George Henry (14) wre living at 33 Sidney St., Lower Tranmere.  Probably as the daughters married and left home, they had space for a lodger and Samuel moved in as his final address before he died.
1824 - 1873 George Stocks 49 49 In 1841, George was living with his parents (Job, Lucy) and family at Park Gate, Berry Brow, Almondbury, Huddersfield (which is where he got married to Rebecca in 1849).

In 1851, George and Rebecca (27 & 24) are living at 32 Back Grosvenor St., Stalybridge, Lancashire (Castle Hall area) with 2 lodgers (George and Ann Gleddill) and 1m old son Samuel (born Cheshire).

From 1851 to 1856, George and Rebecca had their 4 chirdren, with Albert registered at Hartshead and the others (Samuel, Sarah Jane and Walter) at Duckinfield. 

In 1856, George and "Rebecca" were living at 57 Grass Croft Street, Dukinfield (where son Walter was born).

Betweein 1856 and 1861, George and Rebecca moved from Stalybridge to Haslingden. In 1861 they had left Stalybridge and Joseph and Mary Ann Midword, another stone mason, was living there (district 27a).

In 1861, George (37, Head) a Stone Mason from Berry Brow, is with wife "Ann" (35), living at 128 Dowry Street, Haslingden, Old Accrington with sons Samuel and Albert (10 & 9, both labourers born Stalybridge).

Between 1861 and 1871, Rebecca Ann died, or was it earlier and the Ann in 1861 is another worman.

In 1871, George (48, Widower, Mason), lodging with son Albert (18) and Smith family (Joseph a grocer, wife Martha and two infants) at Gilstead, Bingley, Yorkshire.

George died in 1873 of phthisis (i.e. pulmonary tuberculosis or a similar progressive wasting disease).  His son albert was present at the death.

NOTE: Dont confuse another George Stocks (29, porter) from Huddersfield married to Rebecca (24) from Manchester in Birkenhead in 1861. They are too young.

NOTE: There is another George stocks, Stonemason, (not the same parson as our George who was with "Ann" in 1861) of similar age married Letitia Craige (Irish) in 1858 on the Wriial.
Marriage (a child) 24 May 1847 No more children Marriage (eight children) 27 Sep 1762 (Almondbury), Abode Deadmanstone No more children Marriage (three children) 16-May-1853 Almondbury No more children Marriage (seven children) 1822 (Kirkburton): Thurstonland, Holmfirth No more children Marriage (six children) 20 Aug 1804 (Almondbury) Marriage (a child) 1878 (Huddersfield) No more children Marriage (three children) 1850 (Huddersfield) No more children Widowed (two children) 20 Oct 1811 Newsome No more children Marriage (three children) 1835 (Netherthong) No more children Marriage (five children) 24 Mar 1867 (Netherthong): Abode USA Widowed (four children) 4-Mar-1851 (Almondbury) Marriage 1877 Marriage (a child) 4 Nov 1832 Widowed (two children) 27 Oct 1757 (Almondbury) Marriage (two children) 25 Aug 1737 Marriage (four children) Holmfirth Marriage (six children) 23 Sep 1811 (Almondbury) No more children Temporary relation / One night stand (two children) 19 May 1834 Marriage (three children) 1869 (Wallasey) Marriage (six children) 1838 (Almondbury) No more children Marriage (a child) 22 Dec 1816 No more children Marriage (a child) 1786 Marriage 27 Feb 1848 XTo be completed Marriage (two children) 21 Sep 1818 Abode: Taylor Hill No more children Marriage (four children) 25 Jun 1870 Marriage 25 Dec 1844 Marriage No more children Marriage (six children) 27 Sep 1835 (Almondbury) No more children Marriage (nine children) 14 Dec 1788 (Almondbury) Marriage Relative of Lives withStep-son Lives withStep-son Lives withStep-Son Relative ofMary is probably a granddaughter of James and Ann Lives withIn 1851, Susannah (20, born Netherton) was living in Honley with her sister Sarah and Joseph Smith. Lives withIn 1851, Esther and George Gledhill lived at Honley with their uncle Joseph (a butcher) and Satah Smith. George was his Butchers Boy. Lives withIn 1851, Esther and George Gledhill lived at Honley with their uncle Joseph (a butcher) and Satah Smith. George was his Butchers Boy. Relative ofPossible brothers 1823 - <1881 William Horsfall 58 58 Willian, Susana and Emma are neighbours of Job and Lucy in 1851.

According to the Banns, William's father was Joseph.
1850 - 1917 Emma Horsfall 66 66 Apears twice on 1851 census (on same page), but only one Emma Stocks birth registered before the census.

Aged 1 on 1851 and 12 on 1861 census living with Grandparents Job and Lucy Stocks at Park Gate, Almondbury (although cesus shows she was clearly born in Huddersfield).

She's also a Stocks, and order on 1851 census return (under Ruth) implies she is possibly an illegitamate daughter of Ruth.

Emma Horsfall was witness to her cousin Albert Stock's marriage to Jane Smith in March 1873.

After moving to Halifax, Elsie, Enoch and Emma ere back living in Huddersfield in 1911.
1799 - 1799 Michael Stocks 4m 4m 1806 - 1806 Ruth Stocks 2m 2m Only marriage I can find is between Ruth Stocks and John Howarth, 14-Mar-1833 at Mirfield.  This is about 8 miles from Berry Brow on the other side of Huddersfield, so is not a good match.  It is more likely Ruth died as a child. There are baptism and burial records for this Ruth, father named as George.

Also, another Ruth, daughter of George Stocks, was buried at Almondbury, 3-Aug-1803, aged 2.
1738 - 1819 Elizabeth Perkin 81 81 Elizabeth was from DeadManStone (in 1757), Almondbury according to Marriage.  She continued to live here through both marriages until at least 1779. 1763 - 1763 <child> Stocks ? 1769 Sarah (Sally) Stocks Another Sally Stocks was christened on 7-Mar-1769, father Joshia, but this Sally died after 23 days.  At these times, Sally was an uncommon name (although used as a nickname for Sarah), so probably Joseph and Joshua were brothers, naming their children the same! 

There is no marriage record for Sally from Almondbury.
1778 - 1778 <child> Stocks ? 1779 - 1779 <child> Stocks ? 1786 - 1855 Betty Stocks 69 69 In 1841, Betty Gledhill (55) is at Berry Brow with Ruth (25), Mathew (20), Hamer (14).  Also are Elizabeth and Alfred (4 & 3), children of Ruth. 1788 - 1791 Esther Stocks 3 3 1790 - 1825 Susannah Stocks 35 35 Susannah's children were born at Newsome, between Lockwood and Berry Brow.  Susannah was only 27 when her first husband died at Newsome in 1817.  She probably remarried John Hirst in 1818. Her children would have been brought up by John.

In 1825, Susannah Hirst of Taylor Hill died, aged 36.

Son George left home to become a School Master at Newsome.  He later lived with his cousin.

Daughter Rebecca married in 1835.
1793 Esther Stocks Esther may have married Thomas Buthroyd and had a daughter Mary, baptised 26 May 1817. 1773 Susannah Stocks Susannah may have married William Tate in 1811, but she would have been quite old at 33. 1831 - 1860 Jonadab Brook 29 29 Jonadab's parents were "Jonn Brook" and Betty.

in 1853 Jonadab was a weaver from Berry Brow (when Mary was baptised)
1857 George Brook Job and Lucy's grandson, living with them in Almondbury in 1861

Was a pupil at Wilmslow, Altrincham in 1871

George Brook (aged 24) was living with his cousins Emma and Enoch Geldgill and mother Susannah Horsfall in 1881
~1801 - 1845 Jonathan Brook 44 44 In the 1820/30s, Jonathan and Mary probably lived at Whitestones, Stocksmoor in the township of Thurstonland and Parish of Kirkburton. Today there is a small group of houses "Whitestones", on Stocks Moor Road, which is probably where son Johadab (and others) were born.

Jonathan probably had a sister Maria Brook (b.1804).  In 1851, Maria lived at Dog Hall, Lockwood had a son John Pearson, and Isaac (22), Jondab (19), William (16), and Thomas (15) as step-children.
D. 1839 Betty Moorhouse 1835 Thomas Brook 1785 - 1841 Matthew Gledhill 56 56 Matthew's father was originaly thought to be Benjamin Gledhill, who was christened on 5-Jan-1760 in Almondbury.  His father was also Benjamin (c.12-Nov-1730) and his father John Gledhill.

Another more likely possibility is Matthew is the son of Matthew and Susan, baptised March 1785.  This Clothier family were from Berry Brow and used Highfield Independant.  The age at death is also more consistant.
1805 David Gledhill David was baptised at the Independant by Buddersfield.  Before then, there a family by Parents Matthew and Susanah Geldhill with baptisms here, so David my be from a different (older) Matthew, and from his second marriage.

A David Gledhill, born about 1803 married Jane Taylor at Almondbury in 1852.  His father was James.
1807 <male> Gledhill 1796 - 1875 Benjamin Stocks 78 78 Did Benjamin marry twice?  There's only one Benjamin Stocks in Almondbury, and another in Huddersfield who was married to Hannah Barber.  He seems to have stopped having his children baptised after George in 1825 (except for Ann in 1837, 7 years after she was born)

Benjamin was a Cloth Dresser from Berry Brow until at least 1841 (when he was 40), and later perhaps a mechanic and worked in the factories of Yorkshire, never travelling to the US (c.f. Job W. Stocks biograpohy).

In 1841, he was at Berry Brow with sons George (16) and James (14).
~1852 Enoch Gledhill Enoch and Emma moved to Halifax between 1891 and 1901. 

Elsie, Enoch and Emma ere back living in Huddersfield in 1911.
1884 Elsie Gledhill Elsie, an only child, was single and living with both parents in 1901 in Halifax and 1911 in Huddersfield (aged 27)

Elsie, Enoch and Emma were back living in Huddersfield in 1911.  Daughter Elsie Mayer Gledhill, aged 27, is recorded as adopted.
1829 - 1881 Samuel Gledhill 52 52 Samuel may have been in Cookridge Hospital in 1881, just before he died. 1828 Martha Hoyle Martha Hoyle or Persevell, but Hoyle is a slightly better match on the 1841 census. 1852 Henry Gledhill 1856 Nathan Gledhill 1834 William Brook 1782 - 1817 William Tate 34 34 1815 Rebecca Tate 1808 John Roebuck John was a Joiner.  Strange and confusing that he should name two daughters Eliza and Elizabeth but he did!  Elizabeth (5), Eliza (4) and Martha (2) were all with him in 1841 at Misy Lane Bottom, Honley. 1835 Elizabeth Roebuck 1837 - 1875 Eliza Roebuck 38 38 1838 Martha Roebuck There is also another Martha Roebuck, daughter of Eli and Harriot, born the same year in Almondbury.

Martha may have had a twin, Mary who died as a baby.  Mar was Christened on the same day but never made it on the 1841 census.
1829 - 1894 Joseph (Joe) Boocock 65 65 1875 Martha Ann Boocock 1868 John Roebuck Boocock 1873 Charlotte Boocock 1870 - 1876 Mary Ellen Roebuck 6 6 ~1863 Ann Boocock 1852 Alfred Boocock 1854 Joshua Boocock 1830 - 1866 Mary Leak 36 36 1859 Sarah Eliza Boocock 1861 - 1862 Emma Boocock 9m 9m 1867 Fred Brooke Fred married Annie, and was with her and his mother Martha in 1901 1857 Robert C Hirst 1850 - 1921 Emma (Jane) Stocks 71 71 Emma, Grandaughter, aged 1 on 1851 census with Job and Lucy. She is listed under Ruth, so is probably Ruth's illegitimate daughter.

In 1861, Emma is 12 and with grandparents Job and Lucy at Back of the Hill, Almondbury.

25 June 1870, Emma Stocks married Ben Schofield, both of Berry Brow at the Huddersfield Methodist New Connection. Parents are not recorded.

In 1871, Emma and Benjamin Schofield were at 235 Berry Brow with 1 week old Annie Schofield. Benjamin was a Joiner and Cabinet Maker.

In 1881 Emma was recorded as "Jane"

In 1921, Emma Stocks of Berry Brow, died aged 72.
1801 - 1803 Ruth Stocks 2 2 1810 Esther Gledhill Esther Bradley (41), wife of Robert (45), with sons Matthew (17) and Joe (1) and Mother-in-Law Betty Gledhill (65) are living in Almondbury in 1851. 1815 Ruth Gledhill On 1841 census, at Berry Brow, aged 25 1821 - 1903 Matthew Gledhill 82 82 On 1841 census, at Berry Brow, aged 20, Woolen weaver.

Matthew married Lydia Moorhouse 27 Feb 1848.

Matthey emigrated to the USA in 1848 and was Nationalised 13 May 1856.  He died Providence, Rhode Island in 1903.
1823 Hamor Gledhill On 1841 census, at Berry Brow, aged 18, Fancy Weaver.

Hamor emigrated to Massachusetts, USA 12-Sep-1860.  He married Elizabeth Henderson (1818-1906) and had a daughter Bessie, born in Connecticcut about 1862.
1806 Robert Bradley 1834 Mathew Bradley 1764 - 1764 <child> Stocks ? ~1736 - 1761 Thomas Shaw 25 25 Died before his daughter Hanah born 12-Apr-1761 1758 Martha Shaw 1761 Hanah Shaw Lots of possible marriages for Hannah Shaw in 1783, 1784, 1785, 1786, 1788 at Almondbury, and more at Huddersfield. ~1715 George Perkin George Perkin of Berry Brow, Clothier ~1715 Susana (Hanah) Gleadhill 1746 William Perkin William was a bastard son of Hanah. 1771 - 1848 Samuel Stocks 77 77 A Clothier according to Amelia's baptism of 1792, but by 1812 was an Inn Keeper (see Ann Shaw). 1762 - 1816 Mary Blackburn 54 54 The record for Michael, who died aged 4m also has the mother full name as Mary Blackburn.

There is only one Mary Blackburn Christening in Almondbury within 5 years of George.  Mary was from Newsome (Berry Brow), and daughter of Michael, a Yeoman.
1781 - 1832 James Stocks 51 51 1786 - 1843 Ann Stocks 57 57 1815 - 1857 Sarah Ann Stocks 42 42 ~1842 - ~1843 Mary Stocks 1 1 Probably a granddaughter of James and Ann 1813 - 1864 James Stocks 51 51 Their first son 1818 - 1857 Robert Stocks 39 39 1820 - 1858 George Henry Stocks 38 38 ~1793 Thomas Buthroyd Was Thomas William Boothroyd's brother who married Benjamin's oldest daughter Mary Stocks?

In 1814, Mary Ann, daughter of Thos Buthroyd and Esther Stocks was baptised. Thomas was a Clothier from Berry Brow. 
1817 Mary Boothroyd Mary was baptised soon after Mary Ann was buried.

Mary married Gledhill and they lived in Lockwood till 1885, when mary died.
John Hamer 1835 Elizabeth Gledhill 1837 - 1844 Alfred Gleadhill 7 7 Moyther Mary, so not Ruth's child 1847 Thomas Stocks Thomas Stocks, while still a young man, carved the first sculpture of a steam train on the rocks above Berry Brow station platform in 1864, at the request of Mr Thomas Swinburn, chief engineer on the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway's Huddersfield to Sheffield line. 1842 Sarah Dawson 1864 Harry Dawson 1870 John Charles Stocks 1877 Martha Ann Stocks 1818 - 1880 Charles Stocks 62 62 In 1851, Charles and Hannah (32 & 34) are at Park Gate, Berry Brow with George, Ellen, Tom and Henry.

In 1861, Charles and Hannah (both 42) are at Drawers Rain (?), Armitage Bridge with Ellen, Thomas and William (17, 14 & 10).
1817 - 1895 Hannah (Ann) Boothroyd 78 78 Recorded as Ann on Marriage, with Michael Boothroyd from Township (of Almondbury), Clothier her father.

In 1891, Hannah (74, widow) had grandson Egdar Boys and John E Stocks with her. Next door was William H Stocks (youngest son).
1844 Ellen Stocks 1839 George Stocks 1851 - <1861 Henry Stocks 10 10 Henry was missing in 1861, presumed died. 1840 - ~1842 Martha Stocks 2 2 ~1795 George Stocks In 1816, George married Martha "Stocks", so two Stocks families ~1795 Martha Stocks Martha Stocks is married and maiden name. 1853 William Stocks ~1767 John Kinder 1739 - 1800 Joseph Stocks 61 61 Joseph was a Mason from a large family of masons from Huddersfield.  He moved to Berry Brow when he married.

Joseph a Mason from Berry Brow married Elizabeth Shaw, widow from Deadmanslow in 1762. On 22-May-1763 an infant was buried, son of Joseph from Deadmanslow.  Another infant was buried 15-Sep-1764, and now Joseph was back at Berry Brow.

D. 1791 Sally Kinder 1853 Mary Brook 1828 - 1897 Lydia Moorhouse 68 68 Lydia was the daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth from Huddersfield, Yorkshire.  She (i.e. her parents) was a baptist. 1814 - 1816 Mary Ann Boothroyd 2 2 1828 Isaac Brook 1832 Ruth Brook 1804 Maria Brook In 1851, Maria lived at Dog Hall, Lockwood had a son John Pearson, and Isaac (22), Jondab (19), William (16), and Thomas Brook (15) all step-children. 1825 Harriet Brook ~1827 Joseph Brook Joseph Brook was baptised, son of Jonathan and Betty. Both parents died, yet Joseph is with Jonathan and Nancy Brook in 1851. If this is the same Joseph, which seems likely, he must be a step-son or his father ran a double life!

There are other Jonathan and Bett baptisma, and some may overlat this family.  It could be that there are two families, but only one non-conformist.
1812 - 1853 George Tate 41 41 Confirmed son of William and Susannah ~1787 - 1850 John Hirst 63 63 When daughter Sarah married Robert in 1844, John was shows as a "Stubber" from Berry Brow.

John lived at Berry Brow and died there in 1850, aged 63.  He must have had a brother William (b.1800) who was logfing with his daughter Sarah in 1851.
1819 Mary Hirst There is no marriage of Mary Hirst, daughter of John born about 1819. 1821 Sarah Hirst On 25 Dec 1844, Sarah married Robert Liversidge, a weaver from Berry Brow.

in 1851, Robert and Sarah Liversidge (29 & 28) were living at 1534 Berry Brow.
1854 - 1854 Sarah Jane Stocks 1849 - 1931 Benjamin (Ben) Schofield 82 82 In 1871, Emma and Benjamin Schofield were at 235 Berry Brow with 1 week old Annie Schofield. Benjamin was a Joiner and Cabinet Maker.

In 1881 "Ben" and "Jane"  (32 & 31) have Annie and Edith with them at Deadmansstone Lane, Almondbury.

In 1891, Benjamin and Emma (42 & 41) are at park Wood End, Almondbury with Annie, Edith, George and grandson Herbert.

In 1901, Benjamin and E (52 & 51) still have George W and Herbert with them.
1871 Annie Schofield 1878 Edith Schofield 1881 George W Schofield 1891 Herbert Schofield Herbert was the grandson of Emma and Benjamin, living with them in 1891 and 1901. 1821 Robert Liversidge 1827 - 1829 Susannah Boothroyd 1 1 Probably born 1827, not 1828 (as recorded) as aged 2 when died. 1821 Sarah Boothroyd Sarah was born at Newsome in 1821, but not baptised till 1825.

In 1851, Sarah Boothroyd is described as dau-in-law and unmarried, aged 30 with the Jushua Armitage family.  A Hand Loom Weaver.  She has a daughter Eliza aged 5.  They are at house 466, Almondbury.  Eliza's baptism of 21 Sep 1845 shows Sarah was a spinster from Almondbury.

However, also in 1851 there is Sarah Smith wife of Joseph of Honley, a butcher.  This Sarah is born at Newsome and has her sister Susannah Boothroyd with her from Netherton.  This is a perfect match!
1824 - 1891 Joseph Boothroyd 67 67 1831 Susannah Boothroyd Note: There is another Susannah Boothroyd from Meltham, Huddersfield the same age.

In 1851, Susannah (20, born Netherton) was living in Honley with her sister Sarah and Joseph Smith.
1819 Joseph Smith Joseph was the son of John and Mary Smith, a Butcher from Honley.  Joseph later ran the family business.

In 1851, Joseph a Butcher and Sarah (32 and 28) were at Church Street, Honley and had Sarah's sister Susannah (20) with them.

In 1861, Joseph and Sarah (42 & 39) were still Butchers at Church Street, Honely.  The now had Esther and George Gledhill (16 & 11) with then (Niece and Nephew).  George was working as a butchers boy.
1812 William Gledhill In 1841, William (a Coal miner) and Mary Gledhill (30 & 25) are at  Almondbury with John (4), Thomas (2) and Mary Ann (10mo).

In 1851, the family are at 1144 Salford, Almondbury
1835 Joseph Gledhill Like his father, Joseph started work as a Coal Miner.

In 1841, Joseph is not with his parents.
1837 John Gledhill 1839 Thomas Gledhill 1845 Esther Gledhill In 1861, Esther, 16 lived with her uncle Joseph and Sarah Smith at the Butchers in Honley. 1850 George Gledhill George lived and worthed with his uncle Joseph Smith at Honley. 

In 1851, George, aged 1, was with his parents at 1144 Salford, Almondbury.

In 1861 George was 11 and a Butchers Boy (i.e. apprentice) with his uncle.

By 1871, aged 21, he was a butcher.

In 1873, George, 23 and a Butcher at Honley son of William, married Sarah Walker, a Butcher's daughter.

In 1991, George and wife Sarah were at Berry Brow, Almondbury.
1841 - ~1842 Mary Ann Gledhill 1 1 ~1759 - 1820 Matthew Gledhill 61 61 ~1759 Susannah (Susy) Dawson 1787 Nancy Gledhill Nancy married John Scott

In 1841, Nancy lived just a few doors away from her close brother Nathan Gledhill at Berry Brow.
1782 - 1786 Benjamin Gledhill 3 3 1798 - 1883 John Gledhill 85 85 1779 Esther Gledhill 1793 - 1850 Nathan Gledhill 57 57 In 1812, Nathan married Salome (aka Loma) Vickarman.
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In 1851, Loma was living in Berry Brow with Joshua and Benjamin Gledhill (two brother-in-laws) in the neighbouring two houses.
1781 James(?) Gledhill 1799 Luke Gledhill Name (J?KE) on baptism cropped on image, but corresponds to Luke (1841 census).

In 1841, Luke (40) was married to Martha (5).  Like his older brothers, he was living at Berry Brow.

1796 Joshua Gledhill In 1823, Joshua Gledhill was witness to Job and Lucy Stocks wedding  Joshua's brother's wife Betty Stocks was Job's oldest sister. 1814 - 1869 George Gledhill 55 55 George was from Dean Head, about 3 miles West of Golcar and 6 miles from Berry Brow, so a likely friend or relative of George Stocks.

Born 1814; his parents may be Joseph and Rachael and has a siblings William (b.1810), Elizaveth (b.1812), Joseph (b.1816) and Benjamin (b.1818), all baptised at the  Huddersfield, Queens Street Wesleyan Chapel.

In 1851, George and Ann "Gleddile" (probably Gledhill), 36 & 39, were lodging with George and Rebecca Stocks at Duckinfield.

In 1861, George a stone mason, and Ann "Gleddill" (46 & 48) were at Duckinfield with a son John (aged 2).

This is not the George son of William, a weaver, who married Ann Shaw at Huddersfield in 1857 (wrong ages).  It may be someone unralated, or possibly a cousin, son of Matthew.
1812 Ann Gledhill 1856 - 1857 Walter Stocks 1 1 Walter was born 2 Feb 1856, at 57 Grass Croft Street, Dukinfield, son of George STOCKS a Stone Mason and Rebecca Stocks, formerly ROBINSON.

What happened to Walter?  A birth, but no death recorded.  Was he adopted?  Did Rebecca and Walter leave George?

It is most loikely Walter died in Q4/1857 and was recorded as Walter Stokes (not Stocks).  There is a death record for Stokes, but no Birth.
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