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Family Subtree Diagram : Roberts+Coulthurst

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. ? 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 Parent Parent 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 1785 XTo be completed Acquaintance: Davids son Michael was a Hatter at Foulridge, so David and James (also a Hatter) were probably close friends. 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.

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 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 1766 - 1822 David Pickles 56 56 David was the father of Michael Pickles.  He was a farmer.

His son Michael was a Hatter at Foulridge, so David and James Roberts were probably close friends (connected by Hatter and Foulridge), 
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