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Family Subtree Diagram : Mather, Solomon+Martha

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. ? Duke's Alley (NC) Baptisms Infant deaths (after 1837) all recorded in Turton Family from Egley Bank. 3 Marriages at Astley Bridge. William, Alice and family buried at Walmley Solomon had two children alive when he died in 1890 Thomas, Betsy and family emigrated to Fairfield, Conneticut in the 1880s Joseph from Little Bolton 1858-59 - St Ann, Turton 1860-69 - Missing (or no children) 1870-78 - Walmsley Christ Church Married a Mary between 1809 (age 18) and 1841 at Bolton and Deane 31-Jul-1821 Mary Wood 7-Apr-1828 Mary Haslam 20-Nov-1836 Mary Heaton (of Dean, Widow) Betty and James born Birtenshaw (by Bromley Cross Station), near Eagley and Toppings James was married to Mary from Bolton (about the same age) in 1841,51,61,71. The marriage show Mary Heaton was a widow from Deane when she married James. Two Mather & Horrobin families from Little Bolton Representative of: Thomas was witness at Jane's marriage in 1863 (and Ann's of 1864) Neighbor: In 1841 and 1851 Solomon and Betty were neighbours of Joseph and Sarah Mather at Toppings, Eagley, Turton.
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In 1871, Solomon was 71 with James (and Overlooker0 and his daughter Ann.
There were two children and numerous grandchildren alive in 1890 to perpetuate the name. Lives with: Sarah (unmarried, 32) and mother Catherine (62) were at 41 Blackburn Road, with Catherine's sister Ann Mather next door at 43

Sarah (unmarried, 42) and mother Catherine (72) were with Alazander and Elizabeth Clegg in 1881 Neighbor: Neighbours in 1861 and 1761 at Park Terrace, Little Bolton. Lives with: James, widow, aged 78 was with his unmarried sister Ann (head) in 1871 at 43 Blackburn Road Representative of: Sarah Jane was witness to Ann's marriage of 1879 Attending: Ann Mather, aged 64 of Blackburn Road, Sharples died of heart disease.  Her sister Catherine Heapy, also of Blackburn Road, was in attendance.

In 1851, Abraham and Catherine Heapy were at No.45 and Ann Mather (single) at No.46. Also James and Ann Mather at No.48. Neighbor: In 1861, Samuel and Nancy Kay and family and Joseph and Elizabeth Mather are at 133 and 130, Toppings, Turton Representative of: In 1871, Ann was witness to Jane's marriage Work with: Solomon and Thomas (unlikely brothers) were both Smallware weavers, (unlikely as Thomas is in Mancherter) ~1772 - >1844 Martha (Matty) Ramsden 72 72 Parents possibly John & Jane Ramsden of Clifton, Ringley.

In 1790, Martha Ramsden married Solomon Mather.  They lived at Hall-i'th'Wood and had at least 5 children.

In 1844 Solomon died, and it appears Martha was still alive but apparently not with Solomon who was living with his daughter Ann in 1841.  His death records records his occupation as "Husband of Mather Mather, Hand Loom Weaver".

In 1841, Martha (75, Ind) may have been living at Castle Hill (farm), Hindley, Wigan with John Grime (26, Farmer) and Elizabeth Thomason (55, Assistant farmer). She was still there in 1851,  If this was her, then she died at Hindley in 1852, aged 89.
1806 - 1882 Mary Helme 76 76 Helm on marriage, although Helme on children's baptisms 1805 - 1843 Sarah Rostron 38 38 Of Bolton parish according to marriage.

In 1841, Joseph, a weaver (35) and Sarah (35) were with James (10) and Joseph (5), at Eagley, Turton.  Their neighbour was Solomon, Betty and family.
1844 Ellen Mather 1846 Ann Mather 1850 Jane Mather Jane married David Fowler (b.1849) 1831 - 1859 James Mather 28 28 1837 - 1837 Richard Mather 4m 4m 1833 - 1835 Solomon Mather 2 2 1835 - 1886 Joseph Mather 51 51 Joseph (of Little Bolton) married Elizabeth Ann Rostron (of Turton) on 26 Sep 1857, and had children Sarah and Ellen and others.

In 1861 Joseph and Elizabeth Ann were living at Toppings, Turton

In 1870 the family were living at Bromley Cross (based on 1911 census showing Ellen's birthplace)
1840 - 1841 Ellen Mather 1 1 1842 - 1842 Martha Mather There are two Martha Mather births registered with MMN as Rostron (Q3-1841 and Q1-1841). They are less than 9 months appart, so are of different mothers.  The other Martha is the daughter of Richard and Mary Mather (nee Rosthorn) who married the same year. 1858 Sarah Jane Mather Sarah married William Hutchinson in 1876, but by 1871 was back with her father and baby Henry, aged 3.  Did William leave her, or did he die? 

After 1871 the trail goes cold.  She didnt marry Henry Reeve in 1890, as that was the daughter of George.

Sarah Jane emigrated to Winnipeg, Canada. A 1919 record shows her born in Bolton and of Canadian nationality.  Her nearest Relative in Canada was her step-son Geo W (Hutchinson) of 58 Mathewson Ave, Winnipeg.  However, she was travelling with Arthur Hutchinson in 1920.
1803 - 1870 Betty Barns 67 67 Betty was living at Astley Bridge when she died in 1803.  She and Solomon are buried, with flat-stone, at Christ Church, Walmsley. 1830 - 1880 William Mather 50 50 1833 - 1909 Ann Mather 75 75 Anne was baptised on the same day as Samuel, son of Samuel (a basket maker) and Ann Mather of Little Bolton.

An was recorded as aged 31, spinster when she married James (32) in 1864.
1837 - <1890 Jane Mather 53 53 1840 - 1907 Thomas Mather 66 66 Sidney's baptism shows that like his father, he is also from Eagley, Sharples near Astley Bridge.

Thomas was witness at his sisters Jane's marriage of 1863 and Ann's marriage in 1864.

Indexed as Frances Mather in 1861 census
1832 James Haslam James was the son of Richard Haslam (a publican) and Mary of Great Bolton.

A Clerk in Mill (1864-5), and then became a manager (1867) and overlooker (1875).
1865 Alice Haslam 1868 Annie Jane Haslam 1875 - 1953 Richard Marsden Haslam 77 77 Richard was the manager of a cotton spinning mill and died a wealthy man.  He lived with his two sisters.  He left over £83,000 to Percy Bowker Haslam, an accountant. 1791 - 1866 Betty Mather 74 74 Betty is Solomon and Matty's first child, baptised 3 Jul 1971. They went along to the Presbyterian Walmsley Chapel with James and Betty Mather (from Goose Cote Hill) who had their daughter Margaret baptised the same day.  These were the only two baptisms at Walmsley that day.

In 1841, there is Betty Mather (50), in the Bolton Union Workhouse.  This is the right age, so could be her if she didnt marry.

In 1851 Betty Mather (64) was cotton weaver in the Turton Workhouse.  However her place of birth is Westhoughton so may not be her!

In 1861 Betty Mather (71) is still in the workhouse, and still shown as born at Westhoughton.  It may be her, but she was baptised at Walmsley.

A Betty Mather married James Makinson (Farmer) in Bolton 29-Nov-1813, which is a perfect age match!
1841 Betsy Langshaw Betsy's father is John Langshaw, a dyer (b.1813).  Her mother was Hannah (b.1808) 1865 Edward Mather 1866 Sidney Mather Sidney and Albert emigrated to the US. 

15 Oct 1895: Date of naturalisation at Bridgeport, Conn.
1868 Eveline Mather 1869 Albert Mather Sidney and Albert emigrated to the US. 

Albert of 2407 Fairfield Ave, Bridgeport, Conn applied for naturalisation.  (Denied 30 Sep 1915, Dead).
1871 Elizabeth Hannah Mather 1873 Clara Mather 1875 Arthur Mather 1878 Gertrude Mather ~1835 John Gregory John was a manager at Farzley when he married Jane.

John's father was also John, a stone mason.
1792 - 1872 James Mather 79 79 There's a James that married Ellen Mercer in 1797, and had their children baptised at Dukes Alley Chapel (NC) but this is obviously another.  From 1806, James's father Solomon also started using Bank Street.

28 Nov 1836, James married Mary Heaton.  Wright Crompton, b.~1810 the L.B. Blacksmith was witness.

James Mather is on the 1841, 1851, 1861 (married to Mary) at Pocket, Rumworth, and 1871 census (widowed), born Turton with the correct age.

In 1861, James and Mary (68 & 69) are at Pocket, Rumworth.  James and Betsey Banks (24 & 26) are neighbours, with a possible DNA trail..

The 1871 census also shows James (78, Wid) is with his sister Ann (50) born Hall-i’th’-Wood (the same as brother Solomon).  Ann Scott (41) is a Lodger.

James (45) and Mary (50) ware living at Pocket, Rumworth, (There's a Pocket Nook Rd at Chew Moor), Rumworth in 1841, 1851 and his wife Mary died there in 1871. 

John Mather (15, MS) was the only other Mather in Rumworth in 1841.  He was probably James's son from an earlier marriage.
1828 - 1913 Ann Horrobin 84 84 From the headstone, we know Ann's parents were Betty (buried with her) and Roger Horrobin. Roger, a weaver, is also named on marriage record.

In 1861, Ann Mather (33, Wid) was with her mother Elizabeth Horrabin at 150 Blackburn Road.  Her daughter Elizabeth (aged 4) is missing!
1799 - 1863 Abraham Heapy 64 64 In 1824, Abraham is a Wheel Wright in Great Bolton when John was baptised.  He soon bacame a Black Smith in Little Bolton and later (after 1844) in Sharples.

In 1836, Abraham Heapy (or Heapey) was a widower when he married Catherine.
1837 - 1887 Sarah Heapy 50 50 Sarah (unmarried, 42) and her mother Catherine (72) were living with Alazander and Elizabeth Clegg in 1881 1839 Martha Heapy 1843 - 1927 Abraham Heapy 84 84 Married Ellen and moved to NY, USA.  They arrived 1882.

In 1910, Abraham and Ellen (66 & 67) were living with their son-in-law and daughter, William and Annie Brown (33 & 31) at Yonkers Ward 7, Westchester, New York.
1851 Elizabeth Heapy Samuel and Elizabeth baptised on same day (assumed twins).

Elizabeth married Alexander Clegg in 1878 and they had her mother Catherine with them in 1881 (and sister Sarah).
1851 - 1853 Samuel Heapy 1 1 Samuel and Elizabeth baptised on same day (assumed twins) 1841 - 1841 Elizabeth Heapy 7m 7m 1768 - 1844 Solomon Mather 76 76 Like his father, Solomon was a weaver.  He married Martha Ramsden 20 OCt 1790.It was another Solomon of Edgworth that married Mary Grime 9-Aug-1809 at Bolton.

In 1790, Solomon married Marha Ramsden (Matty) and had Betty and James baptised at Walmsley (1791 & 1792). For 14 years, Births and Baptism are missing until 1806 when Joseph was baptised. 

From 1800 Solomon lived at Hall-i’th’-Wood. His son Solomon was born there about 1800, and daughter Catherine and Ann were born there 1809-1813 (see 1871 census).

In 1841, Solomon Mather was still alive at Old Nells, Little Bolton (not Old Nells, Turton), a hand loom weaver with his daughter Ann (25)..  His death on the 30 Nov 1844 was reported in the newspaper on 7 Dec 1844.  The death certificate (attached) shows he died of "Fits" at Old Ellen's, Sharples aged 76. Old Ellen's and Old Nell's is probably the same place (Nell is a pet name for Ellen).

In 1851 he was a neighbour of Joseph (of Tong) and Mary Mather and family (James, Joseph, Ellen, Ann & Jane).  Joseph was his first son.



1800 - 1890 Solomon Mather 90 90 Solomon was born in Hall-i’th’-Wood, Toppings, Turton about 1800.  There is no christening record, but it is assumed he is the son of Solomon and Martha.

In 1841, Solomon (40) was a Smallware Weaver with wife Betty (35) and William, Ann, Jane and Thomas (10, 5, 4 & 12m) at Eagley, Turton.  His younger brother Joseph, Jane and family were neighbours (also S Weavers).

Solomon was a Weaver in Little Bolton when Anne was Baptised in 1833 and Jane Married.  In 1856 there was a fatal accident at Eagley Mill where a boy was killed while putting on a strap to the power mill.  Solomon had warned the lad not to do it (see Bolton Chronical 17 May 1856).

In 1863-64, Solomon was at Astley bridge when his three children married within a year of each other.

In 1871, Solomon (Wd, 71, Tape Weaver) is at 2 Park Terrace, Little Bolton.;  With him are his son-in-law James Haslam and Ann and their two children.

In 1881, Solomon is formerly a Weaver of Tapes (?), and from Toppings Turton. He is living with his daughter Ann Haslam

There is an excellent obituary - See image and death details.
1840 Elizabeth Ann Rostron Elizabeth Ann was illegitimate (parents unknown) according to Marriage record

In 1861 Joseph and Elizabeth Ann were living at Toppings, Turton
1857 Sarah Jane Mather 1870 Helen (Ellen) Mather Baptised "Ellen", although birth registered as "Hellen"

In 1901, Helen (30) was single and living with her mother aty 33 Queen St, Turton.

In 1911, Ellen was a visitor of Robert and Mary Critchley (58 & 34) at 103 Wigan Road, Leigh.  The census shows she was born at Bromley Cross.
1874 James Mather 1878 Edna Mather Edna (27) married Percy Waddicor (24, Mason) on 7 June 1906 at Walmsley Christ Church.  Her father Joseph, a wever was deceased. 1858 Job Valentine Job and Sarah Jane were from Walmsely when they married in 1882.  Job's father was Samuel Valentine, a weaver. 1791 - 1870 Mary Heaton 79 79 Mary was a widower (aged about 45) when she married James Mather in 1836.

In 1841 and 1871, James and Mary were at Pocket, Rumworth.

They lived in Sharples
1797 - 1834 Sarah Firth 37 37 Sarah died several months after her daughter Sarah was born. 1824 John Heapy 1828 Ann Heapy 1831 George Heapy 1834 - 1835 Sarah Heapy 1 1 1848 - 1849 Elizabeth Heapy 1 1 1825 - 1899 Alice Cooper 74 74 William and Alice had the Mother-in-Law Rebecca Cooper with them in 1861.  William was a manger of a Sewing Manufacturer and they had a house servant. 1856 - 1908 Herbert Mather 52 52 1857 - 1916 Walter Mather 59 59 Walter died at Sharples Park, Astley Bridge, Bolton in 1916. 1861 - 1906 James William Mather 45 45 1862 - >1927 Harold Mather 65 65 Harold may moved from the area to Lytham.  He is the only son not to be buried at Walmsey Chapel.  He was a "Gentleman" and the last of the children to die, inheriting over £17,000 from his spinster sister Ada in 1927.

He Married Margaret Ada Cooper and had four daughters.  The three youngest girls were all sent to private school at St. Anne on the Sea, Lytham (near Blackpool).  The Oldest, Hilda, stayed with the family.
1865 - 1927 Ada Alice Mather 61 61 Ada never married.  She died at Wood Vicar, Duchy Rd, Harrogate in 1927 <unknown> ~1825 John Mather John Mather (15, M.S. for William Gill, a farmer) was the only other Mather in Rumworth in 1841.  He was possibly James's son.  1866 - 1900 Ernest Augustus Gregory 34 34 Ernest was a Yarn Merchant and a Freemason at the Lodge of Charity. Initiation Date15 Nov 1894 1867 - 1938 Edith Mather Gregory 71 71 On 19 June 1899, Edith married Herbert Knott, a Chemist from Sharples.  She had a daughter Vera (b.1902) and a son Bernard (b.1905)

Edith lived at Willow Bank, Ivy Bank Road, Astley Bridge
1806 - 1879 Joseph Mather 73 73 According to the childrens Baptisms and James marriage to Ann, Joseph was a Weaver.

In 1841, Joseph, a Smallware Weaver (35) and Sarah (35) were with James (10) and Joseph (5), at Eagley, Turton.  Their neighbour was Solomon, Betty and family.

Joseph lived at Turton (1851), Little Bolton (1861)

in 1871, Joseph and Mary (65 & 64) were at Eagley Bank LB with Ellen (26), Ann (25), and David and Jane Fowler..
1859 Ann Mather 1852 Joseph Greenhalgh In 1874, Joseph was aged 27 and a widower when he married Ann Mather, aged 20 at Walmsley Christ Church. 1865 - 1866 Alice Rosthorn 1 1 1803 - 1817 Mary Mather 14 14 A child would be expected about 1803, and Mary, born Bolton is a good match.  There is no obvious baptism of a Mary Mather from Little Bolton, and we know Solomon's children's baptisms are missing.  It is a calculated guess that Mary was the daughter of Solomon.  There is no baptism, and a gap where a child is likely to be.

Mary Mather was born 1803, also at Hall-i’th’-Wood (if she is Solomon's daughter).  She died July 1817, aged only 14.
1845 - 1848 Samuel Mather 3 3 1857 - 1937 Elizabeth Ann Mather 79 79 On the 15 April 1884, Elizabeth Ann Mather married George Bennett at St. George's Church, Little Bolton 1877 Mary E Mather 1879 - 1880 Eliza Mather 1 1 1879 Jane Mather 1882 - 1891 Samuel Mather 9 9 1855 Eliza Horrobin James Turner 1885 James Mather 1887 - 1889 Sarah Mather 2 2 1890 Ada Mather 1892 - 1893 John Mather 1 1 1895 Harry Mather 1847 Ephriam Bennett 1853 John Mather Who is John the grinder, born Little Bolton about 1854, son of John Mather?  He birth was registerdd 1853, Little Bolton MATHER+MATHER (i.e. father unknown).

On 1 Jan 1876, John Mather (22), a grinder from Barlow Street, son of John (dec.) married Eliza Horrobin (21), the girl next door, dau of James (dec).  They were living at 21 and 23 Barlow Street, Little Bolton.

On 1 Jan 1876, John, a grinder, son of John (his adoptive grandparent) married Eliza Horrobin at Bolton St Peter. Jophn and Eliza were at 21 and 23 Barlow Street (where he was in 1861)

In 1881, John, a stripper and grinder, and Eliza (both 26) were at 1 Bailey Street, Halliwell with daughters Mary E (4) and Jane (1). Eliza's brother (tbc) Samuel Horrobin (31) was a boarder.
1813 - 1876 Ann Mather 62 62 In 1841, Ann Mather (25), a hand loom weaver, born Hall-i’th’-Wood, was with her father Solomon (70) at Old Nells.  Ann never married. 

In 1851, Ann (37, Unmarried, Weaver) was Head at 46 Blackburn Road, Sharples.  Her neighbour at 48 Blackburn Road were Samuel and Ann Mather (23 & 21).

In 1861, Ann (47) was Head, unmarried at Haslams House, Sharples. Lettice Grime (35, unmarried) was also with her.

In 1871, Ann (50) was Head, unmarried at 43 Blackburn Road (Sharples) with oldest brother James (78). She was born at Hall-i’th’-Wood.

Happy Mather also lived on the Blackburn Road.
1842 - 1923 Ellen Nightingale 81 81 1873 - 1971 William Heapy 98 98 William and Elizabeth died as infants.  Replacements arrived in 1873 and 1879

William emigrated in 1883 with his first wife Ellen (but n UK marriage).  He married Mary J in the US.  He was an Architect.
1879 Annie Heapy William and Elizabeth died as infants.  Replacements arrived in 1873 and 1879

Annie emigrated to the US with her father.  She married William Brown (unconfirmed).
1869 - 1869 William Heapy 2m 2m 1870 - 1871 Elizabeth Ellen Heapy 10m 10m ~1795 <child> Mather ? There are no baptisms before 1806, but suerly Solomon would have had other children (including his son Solomon in 1800).  Sarah is very liokely.  She married Thomas Lowe, who was also born Hall-i’th’-Wood. 1803 - 1882 Nancy Mather 79 79 Samuel from Entwistle and Nancy Mather from the Turton Mather family of Toppings.  Most likely the daiughter of Solomon (or possibly Isaac).

Nancy Mather had an illegitimate daughter Eliza born 1819.  It may be this Nancy (tbc).

Lived in Chapel Town, Turton in 1841 and 1851

Nancy & Samuel Kay moved to Tottington (close) and had Kitty, Elizabeth and Alice.
1849 David Fowler 1793 - 1856 Sarah Mather 63 63 Possible parents William and Betty married in 1779, but there is only one baptism for Alice in 1792.  It is very likely there are several more Mather children from Turton with baptism records missing. Another possibility is a daughter of Solomon and Martha, also with a large gap where you may expect births. It is assumed that Sarah is one such person!
Because Solomon was born at Hall-i’th’-Wood, and so was Sarah's husband Thomas Lowe, then this seems the more likely.  Either would result in DNA matches.

In 1851, Thomas and Sarah Lowe (63 & 68) were living at Bank Top, Sharples with Betty (32), Jessie (23), William (18) and George (17).  Henry Fairhurst (26, a possible relative) was a neighbour.  Hall-i’th’-Wood is nearby.
~1795 Thomas Mather Thomas is probably not related, but may be a brother of Solomon, as both men are Smallware Weavers.  Otherwise this is likely the Thomas who married Elizabeth Bowden (widow) at Radcliffe in 1828.

Thomas (smallware weaver of Manchester) was married to Elizabeth and had Martha (1813), Sarah Ann 1820 (weaver), John 1822, Susannah 1824, Mary 1826 (weaver), and in Emma 1830; all born Manchester. 

Thomas of Edgworth had a son John (1831-1832), buried Turton 14 Jan 1832.
1809 - 1891 Catherine Mather 82 82 Catherine daughter of Solomon Mather married John Jones on 23-Nov-1845 at Manchester.  This Catherine was a minor, and her father a farmer, so this is another Manchester Mather family.

In 1836, Catharine (spelt with an a) married Abraham Heaply.  This cant be the Catherine who was a F.S. at the Volunteer Inn, Turtoon in 1841 as she was only 15.

In 1871, Catherine Heapy (62) is living on the Blackburn Road, next door to her sister Ann Mather (70) at nos 41 & 43 Blackburn Road, Sharples.

In 1876, When her sister Ann died, Catherine Heapy was in attendance (see Ann's death cert).
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