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Family Subtree Diagram : Pickles, Thomas+Zilpha

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. ? Lives with: Living together in 1841 and 1851 (Thomas Wood was nephew of Thomas Pickles) Lives with: Rachel Whitaker (b. ~1808) was living with Thomas and Sarah Ann and descrived as an Aunt of Thomas's in 1881 Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Adopted 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 Marriage (two children) 21 Dec 1846 (St Peters, Bradford) No more children Marriage Mar-1878 No more children Marriage (three children) 1868 (Bradford) Marriage (nine children) 1805 (Dewsbury) Marriage (a child) 10 Dec 1843 Work at: In 1841, Emma (20) and Zilpha (22) were both Female servants working at Town Hill House, Bradford (East End).
Thomas Piclkes (25) was also there who married Zilpha in 1846 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.
1809 - 1880 Zilpha Whitaker 71 71 Zilpha was a female servant at Town Hill House in 1841.  Also present were Emma (sister), Thomas Pickles, her future husband and George Wood.

Living at the Wellington Inn, Chapel Lane, Bingley in 1851

Moved to Leeds by 1861

Living at 16 Lisbon Road, West Leeds in 1871.

Zilpha had a spinster sister Rachel, as Rachel Whitaker (b. ~1808) was living with Thomas and Sarah Ann and descrived as an Aunt of Thomas's.
1843 Thomas Wood Possibly the daughter of Emma Whitaker and James Wood who married at Dewsbury All Saints 10 Dec 1843. This would explain him being nephew of the two Whitaker sisters:

Living at the Wellington Inn, Chapel Lane, Bingley in 1851

Nephew of Thomas, who brought Thomas Wood up, and gave him a job in 1861 as a butchers assistant in 1861.

In 1871 the couple are at 20 Hollis St Leeds, Thomas is a 'master pork butcher' and they have one son Thomas A Wood.

In 1881 the family have moved to Nunthorpe Road, Icklegate, York, and added two further sons Alfred H and Leonard W. Thomas is now a 'furniture dealer' with a servant. However the really interesting find is that living with them is Rachel Whitaker (72), sister of Thomas's adoptive mother and described as 'aunt'. While not in any way conclusive, this seems to suggest that Thomas was a nephew of Zilpah rather than Thomas Pickles as we had presumed.

1849 - 1891 Thomas Whitaker Pickles 41 41 Living at the Wellington Inn, Chapel Lane, Bingley in 1851

Moved to Leeds by 1861

Still with both parents in West Leeds in 1871, single, aged 21

The family returned from Leeds to Bingley after 1871, his parents died there and Thomas married Hannah in 1878 and lived at 2 Brook Street, Bingley in 1881.  They were still there in 1891.
1847 - 1915 Hannah Webster 68 68 Living at 2 Brook Street, in Bingley in 1881

Hannah was "Deaf from 4 yrs" (ref. 1891 census)
1841 Sarah Ann Holden Thomas A Wood Alfred H Wood Leonard W Wood ~1780 Mark Whitaker 1784 Mary Megson 1807 Rachel Whitaker 1811 Mark Whitaker 1816 Emma Whitaker Abraham Whitaker Isaac Whitaker Joseph Whitaker ~1821 Susanna Whitaker ~1823 Mary Whitaker James Wood James's father was John Wood, an overlooker.

James and Emma were living at Osset at the time of their marriage.
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