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Family Subtree Diagram : Crook

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. ? Crooks from Tong, then Darcey Lever after 1805 DNA Match with Battle_Dave (Crook family) Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent 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 Parent Parent 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 Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Adopted 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 Biological Child Biological Child Neighbor: In 1861, John and Elizabeth Mather were at 114 Chorley Street, and Abraham and Betty Crook at 116 Chorley Street. 1815 - 1865 John Mather 49 49 John and Ellen are my 2x Great Grandparents.  I.e. John is my great great grandfather.  John was a baptist, and probably attended Moor Street Chapel, although he later married Elizabeth Kay at Dukes Alley Chapel.

After he married Ellen, he stayed at their family home at Crook Street (1838 when Benjamin born and 1843 when wife Ellen died), although his family house was at Blackburn Street.

In 1841, John (25) was living with Ellen (20) and son Joseph (1) at Blackburn Street, Little Bolton (not with parents), working as a Cotton Spinner.

In 1843, John was living at Coopers Square, Little Bolton (on Wedding certificate).  The newspapers reported John Mather of Little Bolton marrying Miss Elizabeth Kay of Halliwell.

Between 1844 and 1854, John and Elizbeth had 6 more children, all registered at Little Bolton. Elizabeth Mather registered in 1841 is another family (Joshua Mather and Elizabeth Kay) also in Little Bolton.

In 1851, John was living at 58 Chorley St., Bolton (a labourer at the Iron Works, age 35) with new wife Elizabeth (32) and son Joseph (11), Hannah (6), Samuel (4), Margaret (2) and Sarah A (8mo)

Samuel Mather confirmed as father on marriage certificate.  Making a fair assumption that Isaac Mather (the only other Mather family living in Little Bolton in 1851) is a brother.  Isaacs father is also known to be Samuel.

John the Shopkeeper is another.  James Mather of Water St, son of John, a Shopkeeper married Martha Bently 26 Aug 1840. This cannot be the same person, but could be two shopkeepers!.

In 1856, John was a witness to younger brother George's marriage to Mary Marsh. Both could sign their names.

In 1861, John and Elizabeth (45 and 43) are at 114 Chorley Street with their children Joseph (21), Hannah (16), Samuel (14), Margaret (12), Sarah (10), John (8) and Ruth (6).

In 1864, John of 114 Chorley Street died.
Widowed (six children) 12 April 1737 (Bolton). Abode: D.L. No more children Marriage (six children) Q3/1852 (Little Bolton) No more children Marriage (ten children) 1801 (Bolton) Abode: Tong, Darcy Lever No more children Marriage (seven children) 4 Jan 1774 (Bolton) Abode: D.L. No more children Marriage (five children) 5 Jan 1768 (Bolton) Abode: D.L. No more children Marriage (eight children) 21 Feb 1720 (Bolton) No more children (a child) ca. 1698 Marriage (three children) 28 May 1672 (Deane) Abode: L.B. Marriage 29 Mar 1796 (Deane) Marriage 31 Jul 1822 XTo be completed Marriage 1845 (Bolton RO) Widowed (five children) 1 Feb 1825 (Bolton) Abode: LA, USA Marriage (a child) Widowed (six children) 19 Dec 1836 (Bury). Abode: D.L., Little Bolton after 1848 No more children Marriage 1857 (Bolton RO) Marriage 1842 XTo be completed Marriage 1 Apr 1845 XTo be completed Marriage 5 Oct 1762 (Bolton) Lives with: In 1851, William and Betty (both 70) were living with their son James in Darcey Lever.
They were still together in 1861 Lives with: In 1861, Charlotte & Margaret left home and were boarding in Tonge with Robery & Mary Allen, a painter. 1739 - 1820 John Crook 81 81 Which John Crook married Rachel?  John was a carpenter, so a likely the son of Mordici, also a carpenter, but the other John named his children Mordai.  Also, both Johns are Whitesmiths, so something's crossed!

John was 18 when he married Elizabeth at Leyland. For his first two marriages, he signed his name and his witness was William Crook.

John was 26 when he married Rachel.  He may have been marrid before to Martha, in which case he was a Weaver like his father before he became a carpenter.

John was at Tonge (Middleton Parish) when their oldest son James was born.  After Rachel died in 1791, John needed another wife to look after the children.  "Jn'o Crook of Middleton Parish & Alice Entwistle of This Parish" were married at Deane on 16 Oct 1792.

There was already a John and Alice Cook family in Bpolton, and thay had Jane in 1787, so the Ann born in 1792 in L.B. was probably also theirs.  Our John was from Tonge, Middleton.
1719 - 1769 John Crook 50 50 John, born 1719, was the illegitimate son of Jonathan Crook and Alice Lomax.  However, after his baptism, his parents married at St Peter, Bolton, and continued their family.

John may have died in 1769.  However, it is this parents, not wife that are shown on the burial record, so this could be another (i.e. an infant).
~1718 - 1760 Margaret Sharples 42 42 1738 - 1771 Betty Crook 33 33 1742 James Crook 1744 - 1777 Joshua Crook 33 33 1747 - 1753 Samuel Crook 6 6 1816 - 1894 Abraham (Alexander) Crook 78 78 In 1841, Abraham and Mary (20 & 25) were at Yew Tree, Darcy Lever with Elizabeth (4) and Thomas (1).

In 1851, Abraham (aged 34, recorded as Alexander) was a Widow and Porter, living at 57 (was 22) Nailer Row, Little Bolton.  With him are Eliza (13), Thomas (10), Charlotte (7), Ellen (4) and Margaret (2).

In 1861, Abraham (43, Carter, Born L.L.) and Betty (39, Born Westmorland) were at 116 Chorley Street, Little Bolton.  John and Elizabeth Mather were neighbours at 114 Chorley St.

In 1871, Abraham was 55, Carter, born D.L.) married, lodging in Edgar Street, East Bolton.  Wife Betsy Crook (49) was at 70 Chorley Street, Little Bolton with the Children.

DNA Match with Battle_Dave (Crook family)
1822 Elizabeth (Betty) Wilson Elizabeth (Betty), daughter of Agnes also had a Brother Thomas (b.1830)

In 1861, Abraham and Betty are at 116 Chorley Street.

In 1871, Betty was married, 47, housekeeper and at 70 Chorley Street (probably same house, but renumbered).  Abraham was away (a lodger in E Bolton).  She had all the children with her.

In 1881, Elizabeth (69) was still at 70 Chorley Street with her daughters Mary, Harriet and Hannah (25, 23 & 21).

In 1891, Elizabeth (69) was with her daughter Harriet (33).
1780 - 1868 William Crook 87 87 In 1841, William (a weaver) and Betty (both 60) were at Yew Tree (next to New House) in Darcey Lever.  They had James (22) and Hannah (20) with them.

In 1851, William and Betty (both 70) were living with their son James in Darcey Lever.
1780 - 1868 Betty Nelson 87 87 Betty Nelson was probably the daughter of John Nelson and Betty Kirkman 1813 Mary Crook 1818 James Crook James Married Ann.  Not Ann Horrobin in 1842 as that was James son of Peter.  Probably Ann Makin at Ainsworth Christ Church (where Happy Mather also married John Barrow in 1842)

In 1851, James and Ann (32 & 38) were living with James's parents William & Betty Crook at Yew Tree, Darcy Lever. They also had three children.
1821 Hannah Crook
On 6 Apr 1845, Hannah Crook of D.L., daughter of William Crook, weaver married Robert Tonge, Crofter of Great Lever.
1803 Alice Crook 1807 - 1847 Andrew Crook 40 40 Andrew was a Color Seargent in the 1st Battn 60th REGT. OF Royal Rifles.

22 June 1847 he was admitted as a Chealsea Pensioner, 2nd Manchester Regiment.  He died 21 July
1802 - 1891 John Crook 88 88 In 1851, John, a Cotton Warper, & Eliza (both 48) were with Hannah, Mary Ann, William and John in Bolton Emmanuel. 1811 - 1812 Ann Crook 1 1 1800 Johanna Crook On 31 Jul 1822, Johannah married William Turner 1809 Elizabeth Crook 1753 - 1823 William Crook 70 70 DNA match to battle_dave family tree (with CROOK as hint) ~1753 Alice Aldred ~1744 Mary Lord 1782 Joshua Crook 1785 James Crook 1777 - 1777 Daniel Crook 1795 Samuel Crook 1790 Elizabeth Crook 1792 - 1792 Thomas Crook ~1698 - 1755 Jonathan Crook 57 57 Jonathan's father was Samuel (b.1767) of Littl;e Bolton, son of John and Esther.

On 4-Jan-1719, just before (his grandson John was born in 1719) a petition was raised for Samuel and his son Jonathan to be removed from Great Bolton and returned to the township of Little Bolton.

Jonathan was shown as a "Millnwright" ("Mill'e" in 1837) of G.B. on his childrens baptism records.
~1698 - 1784 Alice Lomax 86 86 1721 Elizabeth Crook 1723 - 1724 Esther Crook 1 1 1737 Esther Crook 1725 James Crook 1725 Jonathan Crook 1728 Alice Crook 1733 - 1751 Thomas Crook 17 17 1676 - 1741 Samuel Crook 65 65 <unknown> Samuel abd his son Jonathan were removed from Great Bolton back to Little Bolton (poor).  No wife was mentioned ~1650 - 1696 John Crook 46 46 1646 - 1691 Esther Thornley 45 45 1677 Susannah Crook Susannah was from Little Bolton 1681 James Crook 1768 - 1793 Ann Crook 25 25 1770 - 1793 John Crook 23 23 John was probably in the Poor House (i.e. Turton workhouse) when he died in 1793, recorded as 20 years but actually 23. 1775 - >1824 Samuel Crook 49 49 1777 - 1777 James Crook 1777 - 1777 Mary Crook 1774 - 1824 Mary Chadwick 50 50 ~1800 William Turner 1803 Eliza Yearnshaw 1830 - 1918 Hannah Crook 88 88 On 30 March 1851, Hannah (20) is still with her parents.  She married Peter Greenhalgh 12 days later.

On 11 Apr 1851, Hannah (daughter of John Crook) maried Peter Greenhamgh.

Hannah and Peter also emigrated to LA, Calafornia, and died there, both in 1918.
1834 Mary Ann Crook 1836 William Crook 1838 John Crook 1800 - 1843 Mary Oldham 43 43
On the 30 March 1851, Hannah (20) is still with her parents.  She married Peter Greenhalgh 12 days later.
1826 - 1899 Peter Crook 73 73 Elizabeth In 1832, aoneher Andrew married Elizabeth Ann Anderson (b.1815) in PA, USA. They were still there in 1870. 1842 William Andrew Crook 1812 - 1850 Mary Ann Clegg 37 37 Mary Ann Clegg married Abraham in 1836.

Known as "Mary Ann" when married and Elizabeth baptised, and later known only as Ann Crook.

In 1841, Abraham and Mary (20 & 25) were at Yew Tree, Darcy Lever with Elizabeth (4) and Thomas (1).
1850 Thomas Wilson Thomas was from an earlier partner of Betty Wilson, born in Milnthorpe, Westmoreland.  Her other children were born in Little Bolton.

In 1851, Thomas Wilson (11 mo) with his unmarried mother Elizabeth (28) and grandmother Agnes (50, Widow) at Under How, Grasmere, Wstmorland.

Thomas Crook was born in Westmoreland, living at 116 Chorley Street, Little Bolton in 1861. "Thomas Wilson" was at 70 Chorley Street in 1871
1853 Agnes Crook Born in Bolton at living at 116 Chorley Street, Little Bolton in 1861. At 70 Chorley Street in 1871 1855 Mary Crook Born in Bolton at living at 116 Chorley Street, Little Bolton in 1861. At 70 Chorley Street in 1871 1857 Harriet Crook Born in Bolton at living at 116 Chorley Street, Little Bolton in 1861.  At 70 Chorley Street in 1871 1860 - 1949 Hannah (Annie) Maria Crook 89 89 Born in Bolton at living at 116 Chorley Street, Little Bolton in 1861, aged 1.  "Annie M" was at 70 Chorley Street in 1871

Hannah Maria Crook married John Parker
1837 - 1915 Elizabeth Crook 78 78 Elizabeth was born in 1837 at Darcy Lever.

In 1857, Elizabeth married married David Dutton (Bolton RO).  They had a daughter Emma (1872-1932) who married Thomas Waring Battle, hence the DNA connection to Battle_Dave (Crook family)
1828 David Dutton 1840 Thomas Crook 1843 Charlotte Crook In 1861, sisters Charlotte and Margaret were boarders 1846 Ellen Crook In 1861, sisters Charlotte and Margaret were boarders and Ellen was a house servant in Little Bolton 1848 Margaret Crook In 1861, sisters Charlotte and Margaret were boarders 1813 Ann Makin 1824 Robert Tonge ~1720 Alice Wood Two years after Margaret died, John remarried Alice Wood in 1762 (widow and widower) 1854 - 1854 William Crook 1850 - 1850 John Crook
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