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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. ? These children Christened at the Wesleyan, Holmfirth (S of Huddersfield), and is a different family. Also, John and Mary are born only 8 months apart, considered impossible for humans! Stubbin, is a hamlet comprising Stubbin Clough (cops and mill pond), and two Mills and a Farm on the current A6024. It appears to have been part of the ancient village of Austonley (about 1,000yds west across the fields) in the parish of Holmbridge. Baptisms are carried out at Holmfirth Chapel. Lat (WGS84) N53:33:40 (53.561015) Long (WGS84) W1:49:39 (-1.827496) Who is this William (not from Lancashire)? Married at Goosnargh. Baptisms at Whitechapel (nr Preston), Lancashire. Abode: Inglewhite, then Longton (all about 5 miles N of Preston) Only William and Joseph on 1841 census. William a Medical Practitioner, emigrated to the US with Dorothy Nov-1841 Another William Crosland from Birkenshaw, Steam Engine Worker, Engine driver (1869), retired by 1881 William Crosland, a Joiner, married Sarah Kitchen at Leeds. Father Henry Crosland a tailor, 6-Oct-1845 (after Edwin was Born) William Crosland, a Mason, married Sarah Williamson at Silkstone with Stainborough 1 May 1842. Father Richard Crosland a Warehouseman. They moved a lot: Edwin b. York; Bland b. Harworth (Durham); William b. Adwalton; Mary Ann b. Gildersome; Arthur b. New Wortley First children baptised at Highfield independant, abode parish of Almondbury. About 1810 family moved to New Laith (near Castle Hill, 2 miles S of Huddersfield), Kirkburton where Jonathan and Joseph were baptised Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological 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 Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Biological Child 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 Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent 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 Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent 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 Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent 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.
Marriage (nine children) 7 Dec 1794 (Almondbury), Abode: Highfield, Huddersfield No more children Marriage (four children) 7 Jun 1764 (Almondbury) No more children Widowed (three children) 10 Nov 1734 (Butternab, Honley) No more children Marriage (six children) 24-Feb-1805, Kirkburton Marriage (two children) 1803 (Lindley) XTo be completed Marriage (thirteen children) 27 Jun 1723 (Huddersfield). Abode: Stubbin, Holmfirth Marriage (nine children) 29 June 1704, Linley (i.e. Lindley) No more children Marriage (three children) 16 June 1743 (Butternab) No more children Marriage 25 April 1759 Marriage 3 Feb 1762 Widowed (five children) 27 Feb 1760 (Law Attorney, Deadmanstone) No more children Marriage (three children) 31 Dec 1777 Marriage (six children) 26 Aug 1827 Widowed (two children) 1 Aug 1826 Widowed (a child) 26 Oct 1836 Marriage (a child) Marriage (a child) Marriage (six children) 23 Oct 1856 (Stubbin) Widowed (a child) 3 Jun 1832 Marriage (a child) 27 Jun 1807 XTo be completed Marriage 13 July 1829 No more children Marriage 1830 (Huddersfield) No more children Marriage 25 Feb 1799 Marriage (a child) Marriage (a child) XTo be completed Widowed (seven children) 9 Jul 1832 (Goosnargh) No more children Marriage (six children) 2-Apr-1804 (Whalley). Abode: Inglewhite XTo be completed Marriage Marriage (five children) 15 Aug 1809 (Birstall) No more children Marriage (five children) 13 Jan 1852 (Goosnargh) +Possibly more children Marriage (six children) William b. Birkenshaw m. 1 May 1842 Marriage 31 Jul 1791 Representative ofJoseph was witness at Jonathan's marriage to Betty and Thomas's marriage to Sarah Lives withRachel was living with Mary in 1841. How are they related? Probably second cousins. Representative ofJames appeares to have been head of the family, keeping Arron informed of the latest developments (in a letter dated Aug 1869. Longridge Aug/69 (1869) Dear Nephew, We duly received your kind letter of the 12th July and we were all very happy to again hear from you. I fear you will begin to think us very unkind in not answering it sooner but we have been very busy in the hay. We have now finished with a very good crop and this is the first opportunity have had to set by to your. We were all very sorry to hear your sad and affecting history after the death of your poor father for you must have had a deal of trouble to go through – We never before heard that your mother got married again. In answer to your inquiry about your Uncle- Edward his name is Kay, not Crossland Your Father had two Brothers living in Bradford near Leeds when he left England named George and Joseph Crossland. Joseph your father’s oldest brother is dead, his youngest brother George was a shoemaker but we have not heard anything of him for twenty years. I am sorry to say the letter is lost that we received about your brother William’s death. I think he died at the place you last heard of him, it also stated he died at the house of a friend and he was the only person in the world to sooth his dying friend—if you ever hear or see any one from that part you might gain some information. We have forwarded your letter to your Grandmother and Uncle William and they were all very happy to again hear from you. I am sorry I cannot send you our Photographs in this letter, I hope to have one or two ready before your next but if you have got yours be sure and send it in your next but if you have ys and also your brothers if you have them. All your relations here join me in kindest love hoping Lord will still bless and protect you is the sincere wishes of your aunt and Uncle. I remain in your affect, Uncle James Kay Farmer Longridge Near Breston Lancashire Representative ofEdwin was witness to Bland's marriage in 1869 1769 - 1840 Daniel Crosland 71 71 Only sure of Father being Jonathon.  By matching all Jonathon Croslands, its probable that the mother was Betty Liversedge, in which case there are three more sons.

Daniel may have been a property owner, as there is rate collected for Netherthong from Godfry Berry (1798, 1807, 1820) and Francis Vickerman (1823, 1825).
1770 - 1855 Mary Kinder 85 85 The 1841 census has a Mary Crossland, Shopkeeper in Tong.  Could this be her?

In 1851, Mary is still alive in Blase Hill, Huddersfield (where she later died).  She has her two nieces Elizabeth (49) and Sarah (45) Crosland with her, with a two servants: cook and housemaid.
1795 Elizabeth Crosland Elizabeth may have married Joseph Savile 13 Aug 1815, but no matching census to confirm. 1797 John Crosland 1799 - 1857 Charles Crosland 58 58 Charls appears to like the young girls !!

POSSIBLE wrong Charles as may confused with one 8 years younger

This may be the wrong Charles family from Holme, as Charles is buried with Rachel Crosland (possible wife, b.1830), and Rev. Joseoh Broardhurst's family.
1804 - 1847 Hannah Crosland 43 43 Hannah married Joshua Bottomley of Upperthong (the home where Hanna's grandfather Jonathon died) in 1827.  Hannah Crosland was also of Upperthong. 1806 - 1886 James Crosland 79 79 There are two possible Almondbury marriages for James: 
1826 Martha Gledhill (both of Crossland)
1829 Ann Taylor (both of Crossland)
There are three possible Bradford marriages:
1824 James (weaver) & Elizabeth Pollard
1830 James (cloth drawer) & Mary Clegg
1830 James (no town) & Hannah Cock

Of the 5 marriages (above), Mary and Hannah are likely, and since the 1851 census shows James born Berry Brow with Hannah, this is therefore assumed to be the correct marriage, but which Hannah?  Is must be Hannah Cock, as the census shows us that the James Crosland and Hannah Lockwood couple (m.1822) were born about 1800.
1809 John Crosland The last 4 children where Christened at the Wesleyan, Holmfirth, so may be a different family.  Also, John and Mary are born only 8 months apart. 1814 Lydia Crosland The last 4 children where Christened at the Wesleyan, Holmfirth, so may be a different family.  Also, John and Mary are born only 8 months apart. 1817 Joseph Crosland The last 4 children where Christened at the Wesleyan, Holmfirth, so may be a different family.  Also, John and Mary are born only 8 months apart.

Joseph Crosland (23) Bachelor son of Daniel Clothier married Ann Deannley (20) Spinster, both of Holme.
1739 - 1774 Jonathan Crosland 34 34 ~1740 Betty Liversedge Betty was described as a "single woman" rather than a spinster on her marriage to Jonathan.  This implioes she was a widow. 1714 - 1800 John Crosland Jnr 86 86 ~1713 - 1741 Hanah Breadly 28 28 Dan Crosland Mary Wagstaff 1821 Joshua Crosland Joshua recorded his father as Dan Crossland, and he married at Kirkburton so must be of this family. 1782 Benjamin Crosland ~1785 Betty Crowther 1814 Rachel Crosland Rachel was living with Mary in 1841.  How are they related? 1809 Mary Crosland 1741 - 1790 Thomas Crosland 49 49 Thomas may have had twins Abraham and Sarah on 8 June 1778, but that's 16 yrs after they were married. 1732 Samuel Crosland 1736 Anne Crosland 1735 John Crosland 1737 Joseph Crosland Joseph was head of the family, being witness to his brothers marriages. 1739 John Crosland John Crosland Anne Brooke 1730 Hannah Crosland 1742 Thomas Crosland 1743 Mary Crosland 1744 - 1808 Mr James Crosland 64 64 This could be the wrong marriage, as James was only 16 when he married. There's also a marriage to Ellen Broadhurst 12 Oct 1758.

When Ellen died 1772, she was recorded as "Ellen Wife of James Crosland of Deadmanstone Attorney at Law Houses".

Abviously well to do, as Janes' second wife Mary Sanderson, married in 1778, was able to sign her name.

Clothier in 1791, 1793 when children died.

James died 1808 at Fold Head.
~1685 - 1769 John Crosland Snr 84 84 ~1685 - 1771 Anne Royd 86 86 1744 John Crosland 1744 Joseph Crosland 1746 Grace Crosland 1748 Sarah Crosland 1749 James Crosland 1750 Stephen Crosland 1751 Joseph Crosland 1754 Charles Crosland 1767 - 1771 Mary Crosland 4 4 1765 Sarah Crosland There's Sarah daughter of Jonathan (this); d. of William of Royston, and d. of Joseph of Almondbury, and two from Birstall all baptised 1765-67, so probably impossible to expand family.

However, if Daniel married at Almondbury, then probably so did Sarah to James Hirst in 1791. She may also have died a single woman, buried 16 Feb 1820 at Hiuddersfield, aged 56.
1720 - 1785 Ellen Firth 65 65 1771 Martha Crosland 1735 Sarah Mowberry Sarah's was the daughter of Robert Mowberry, a clothier of Dungeon (~1700-1762) and Maria Johnson.  Sister Mary of Dungeon was baptised 25 Dec 1728, and Joseph (1730), Elizabeth (1732), Sarah (1735) and James (1737) so it appears to have been their family home for quite a while. 1743 - 1801 Sarah Jopson 58 58 ~1745 - 1772 Ellen Batty 27 27 ~1745 Mary Sanderson 1805 James Crosland 1801 - 1864 Joshua Bottomley 63 63 Joshua Bottomly of Upperthong in 1827 (when married).

Living at Hogley, Holmfirth in 1841
1828 Mary Bottomley 1831 John Bottomley 1833 Firth Bottomley 1836 Wright Bottomley 1838 Jane Bottomley 1840 Emma Bottomley 1810 - 1840 Hannah Garlick 30 30 1827 Ann Crosland 1838 Mary Crosland 1839 James Broadhead Crosland Ann Broadhead was witness at James's parents marriage.

James married Jane Sykes 29 June 1861 at Holmbridge.
1799 - 1839 Rachel Beardsell 40 40 1828 Alex 1850 Hannah 1829 Hannah 1851 Sarah Crosland 1812 Jonathan Crosland 1823 Elizabeth Winpenny 1844 John Crosland 1857 Tom Crosland 1859 Sam Crosland 1860 Mary Ann Crosland 1863 Jonathan Crosland 1865 Ann Crosland 1868 Jane Crosland 1812 Jonathan Crosland Manufacturerm son of Joseph Crosland, farmer. A very sucessful man. ~1815 - 1844 Esther Booth 29 29 Joseph Crosland Jane Sykes D. 1793 Mary Crosland D. 1791 Abraham Crosland 1761 Daniel Crosland Daniel married Hannah Deansfield in 1829 (so aged 68). He recorded his name as Danied Crosland Battye (adding his maternal mothers maiden name). 1763 Hanah Crosland 1769 Mary Crosland 1767 Ellen Crosland 1772 Joshua Crosland ~1770 Hannah Deansfield 1717 Luke Crosland 1713 Joseph Crosland 1706 Sarah Crosland 1711 Charles Crosland 1719 Alice Crosland 1721 - 1721 <child> Crosland ? 1724 Titus Crosland Titus may be Thos, but indexed Titus for Bapt and Marriage 1726 Hellen Crosland 1730 John Crosland This is the second John of the family from "Linley"  However, this is the son of a Mr John Crosland" and "Lyndley" so probably of another family. 1809 - 1885 Mary Crosland 76 76 Mary Crosland is an ancestor of jenfarnell111, an Ancestry DNA match and distant cousin.

Mary was aged 14 in 1841, living at Northowram, Halifax.  The family also had Rachell Crossland (possibly a sister or cousin) with them.
1808 - >1881 Hannah Cock 73 73 1778 James Crosland, Jnr 1780 Martha Batty Robert Rochley Batty James Crosland, Snr 1812 - 1852 William Crosland 40 40 William and Dorothy married at Goosnargh, and were still there in 1841.

William was a Medical Practitioner on all the UK baptisms (i.e. 1833-40).  In 1841, William was a Suregon and not from Lancashire.

The family were on the June 1841 UK Census, and later 1841 Charles Aaron Crosland was born 1st Dec 1841 in New Work.  The family must have emigrated about July or August 1841 before Dorothy was too heavily pregnant.

In 1851, William now 39 was a Physician in New York.
1810 - 1852 Dorothy Kay 42 42 Dorothy was the daughgter of William Kay of Goosnargh. Soon after Dorothy emigrated to the USA, her father died. William Kay of Little Inglewhite was buried at Whitechapel 16 Oct 1842, aged 55. 

Lawrence Kay of Inglewhite (1832-1850), buried at Whitechapel 10 June was probably a cousin.

Dorothy was 40 in 1850, in New York.
1837 - 1838 George Crosland 1 1 1835 William Crosland William was 15 in 1850, in New York 1840 Joseph Crosland 1841 - 1940 Charles Aaron Crosland 98 98 Married to Elizabeth Dee Dragoo of Kentucky (whom died 18 Oct 1939) and had a large family (11 children).

From letters and family Charles Aaron was in the war and was shot on 3 different occasions. Serena (an Ancestry member) has a medal that he received along with some of his old letters. 
1845 James Romeo Crosland James married Ellen Deezs and lived in South Dakota 1833 - 1835 Mary Ann Crosland 2 2 1839 - 1839 Mary Ann Dorothy Crosland 1790 William Kay 1790 Ellen Varley Hellen on 1841 census but Ellen on 1851 census and childrens baptisms. 1820 James Kay 1851, James (farmer of 8 acres) the oldest son of Ellen Kay (Widow), mother farming 20 acres. Living at Lighton House, Goosnargh.

1852 James married Mary Jane Bayley.  When he married he was a cattle dealer of Goosnargh, son of William Kay a farmer..

Lived at Longridge in 1869
<unknown> 1784 - 1829 George Crosland 45 45 George of the parish of Birstall married Mary Couling of Rothwell Holy Trinity 15 Aug 1809

George's father was John Crosland (see Joseph's baptism)
1787 - 1826 Mary Cowling 39 39 Mary was the daughter of Abraham Cowling (see Joseph's baptism).

She died young, aged 39 at Howden Clough, buried at Batley.
1830 Mary Jane Bayley 1854 William Kay 1855 John Kay 1858 James Kay 1860 George Kay 1868 Thomas Kay 1818 Isabella Kay 1824 William Kay 1815 Ellen Kay Edward Kay 1810 - <1869 Joseph Crosland 59 59 1817 George Crosland George, a shoe-maker, married Betty Mann 5th Sep 1840. At the time, he was living in Shipley. His father George Crossland was a clothier.

George (33) was married to Betty (28) in 1851, living at East Brook Lane, Bradford.  He was born at Birstall, as was a Boot and Shoe Maker.  Several of the Mann family were also present.

George (43) and Betty (39) and 6 children were still at East Brook Lane in 1861, Boot & Shoe Maker.
1821 - 1822 Abraham Cowling Crosland 6m 6m In a letter, George was described as the youngest brother, so probably Abraham never survived infancy. 1814 Martha Crosland 1812 - >1891 William Crosland 79 79 1825 Sarah Williamson Sarah Williamson dau of Thomas Williamson, a farmer. 1845 - 1907 Edwin Crosland 62 62 Edwin became an Engine driver by 1891 (aged 46).  He wasnt married. 1847 Bland Crosland Bland married Ann Chapman 1853 William Crosland 1858 Mary (Margaret) Ann Crosland 1860 Arthur Noah Crosland 1865 Alice B Crosland 1812 Jonathan Crosland 1817 - 1841 Joseph Crosland 24 24 Joseph Married Ann Dearley 23 Nov 1840.  Father Daniel is shown on marriage record.  Ann died in 1845, soon after their marriage, and Joseph then lived in lodgings. ~1765 James Hirst
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