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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), 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. 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 Another unrelated Charles Crosland. DNA match with Sally Fields to family from Longwood This John b.1824 was the son of Ard Crolsland Ard and Phoebe, son George and others buried together at Highfield Independant Another unrelated Jonathan Crosland. Another family (and more) 1843 John Bottomley m. Mary Crosland ERROR Death Age. Possible wrong Hannah Another Jonathan and Betty family Father: Jonathan of Berry Brow, Clothier Highfield Independant Silkstone with Stainborough, All Saints (11 parish records): "Crossland" (or Crosland) cordwainer families from Silkstone and Penistone, nr Barnsley Two James Crosland and Martha families. Cant be children of James and Mary Sanderson if Abraham and Mary are also theirs (born same years as Charles and Martha). Butternab and Armitage Fold Also another James Crosland family from Berry Brow Another wealthy James & Mary family from Lindley (NW Huddersfield) Large family in two adjacent graves. Wife Mary (Dixon or Sanderson) Croslands of Paddock (Between Lockwood and Huddersfield) Only James from Longroyd Bridge, Longwood in 1841 & 1851 John Crosland is a possible DNA connection. There are many John Crosland deaths in Huddersfield: 1771-1852 (died aged 81) 1774-1850 (died aged 76) 1775-1850 (died aged 75) 1778-1850 (died aged 72) 1778-1852 (died aged 74) 1779-1858 (died aged 79) 1784-1860 (died aged 76) 1787-1842 (died aged 55) 1790-1840 (died aged 50) 1792-1856 (died aged 64) <--- 1794-1860 (died aged 66) CROSSLAND 1798-1857 (died aged 59) CROSSLAND 1798-1858 (died aged 60) Another Sarah Crosland (of Lockwood when married), daughter of John Crossland, a spinner. Note: No one has this tree in Ancestry (>150 have another John Crosland & Grace Shepherd). 9 Trees for Edmund. TruLines match, but appears to be the wrong John Crossland Baptisms at Lindley Zion Methodist Chapel, not Highfield. 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Crosland 70 70 Lucy is my 3x great grandmother.  Born Berry Brow, Almondbury, Yorkshire in 18i02, she was living in Almondbury, Huddersfield in 1841 and 1851.

In 1841, Job and Lucy Stocks (both 35) were at Park Gate, Berry Brow, Almondbury with George (15), Susannah (15), Ruth (13) and Martha (9)

In 1851, Job & Lucy (47 & 48) are still at Park Gate with Ruth and Martha (22 & 19). Emma Stocks (grandaughter, 1 yr) is probably Ruth's daughter.  William, Susana and Emma Horsfall are neighbours.

In 1870, LIucy was ill and lost her left hand.  She died two years later.

In 1871, Lucy Stocks was living in Berry Brow, Almondbury  with husband Job (Lucie on census) and grandson George Brook.
Marriage (eight children) 7 Dec 1794 (Almondbury), Abode: Highfield, Huddersfield (and Berry Brow) No more children Marriage (seven children) 7 Jun 1764 (Almondbury) Berry Brow No more children Widowed (four 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 (fourteen children) 27 Jun 1723 (Huddersfield). Abode: Stubbing in Austonley, Holmfirth Marriage (nine children) 29 June 1704, Linley (i.e. Lindley) No more children Marriage (three children) 16 June 1743 (Butter Nab, Honley) No more children Marriage 25 April 1759 Marriage 3 Feb 1762 Widowed (six children) 27 Feb 1760 (Law Attorney, DeadManStone) No more children Marriage (ten children) 16 May 1785 (Almondbury) Abode: Berry Brow No more children Marriage (eleven children) 26 Aug 1827 (Holme Bridge) 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 (four children) 7 Mar 1799 (Almondbury) Town 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 Marriage (eight children) 15 Sep 1817 (Leeds). Baps at Highfield Marriage (five children) 1 June 1861 (Sunderland) Marriage (three children) 1860 (Ashton-under-Lyne) No more children Marriage (a child) Sep 1899 +Possibly more children Marriage (a child) Jun 1934 +Possibly more children Marriage (a child) Sep 1899 +Possibly more children Marriage Sep 1887 XTo be completed Marriage Marriage (two children) 18 Aug 1823 (Huddersfield) No more children Marriage (a child) 22 Oct 1843 Marriage (a child) unknown Marriage (two children) 1872 (Huddersfield) No more children Marriage (a child) 1901 +Possibly more children Widowed (six children) 10 May 1846 (Huddersfield) Abode: Lindley No more children Marriage (three children) Sep 1851 (Huddersfield) No more children Marriage (four children) 1863 (Kirkheaton) Marriage (nine children) 12 Jun 1844 (Huddersfield) Abode: Cowcliffe No more children Marriage 1901 (Huddersfield) XTo be completed Marriage (seven children) 15 May 1803 (Huddersfild) +Possibly more children Marriage (three children) 1884 (Ince, Wigan) Widowed (a child) Marriage 1880 Marriage (four children) Q2 1847 (Huddersfield) Marriage (seven children) 1818 (Almondbury) Abode: Austonley, Holmfirth Marriage 1852 (Huddersfield) Marriage (four children) 1867 (Huddersfield) Linthwaite Marriage (four children) 1872 (Huddersfield) Upperthong +Possibly more children Marriage (a child) Quarmby cum Lindley Marriage (two children) 16 Jun 1791 (Huddersfield) Marriage (a child) 10 Nov 1805 (Silkstone) Marriage (thirteen children) 17 Aug 1834 (Silkstone) Abode: Ecclesfield & Barnsley) +Possibly more children Marriage (three children) 1809 (Silkstone) +Possibly more children Marriage 1807 (Silkstone) XTo be completed Marriage 1804 (Silkstone) XTo be completed Marriage 1798 (Silkstone) XTo be completed Marriage 26 Dec 1785 (Silkstone) Marriage 27 Nov 1791 No more children Marriage bef 1841 Marriage (a child) 1837 +Possibly more children Committed (long-term) relationship (a child) Longwood +Possibly more children Marriage 1831 XTo be completed Marriage (ten children) Lindley +Possibly more children Marriage (five children) 24 Sep 1798 (Almondbury) Marriage (eight children) 31 Dec 1777 (Almondbury) Abode: Butternab Marriage (a child) 24 Sep 1815 +Possibly more children Marriage (seven children) Austonley +Possibly more children Marriage 17 Aug 1775 Marriage Marriage (three children) 2 Jun 1771 (Huddersfield) Buried at Lindley +Possibly more children Marriage 29 Dec 1812 XTo be completed Marriage (a child) Longroyd Bridge XTo be completed Marriage (a child) 5 Feb 1826 (Huddersfield) Lindley +Possibly more children Marriage (three children) 17 Dec 1848 +Possibly more children Widowed 20 Sep 1846 No more children Marriage (thirteen children) 25 Sep 1814 (Huddersfield) Abode: Cowcliffe Side, Lindley Zion Chapel Committed (long-term) relationship (a child) No more children (a child) Widowed (two children) 1850 (Huddersfield) Marriage (a child) Fylde +Possibly more children Marriage (four children) Longwood +Possibly more children Marriage 14 Dec 1867 XTo be completed Marriage (two children) 1911 (Fylde) No more children Marriage (two children) 1846 (Huddersfield) +Possibly more children Marriage (three children) 30 Aug 1848 (Halifax) No more children Marriage (nine children) 1856 (Huddersfield) Abode: Lindley Marriage (a child) 1881 (H'field) XTo be completed Marriage (seven children) 12 Feb 1829 (Halifax) Abode: Netherthong & Huddersfield No more children Marriage 1866 (Huddersfield) XTo be completed Marriage (two children) 14 Mar 1850 No more children Marriage (five children) 9 Jun 1836 (Huddersfield) Marriage (seven children) 24 Mar 1799 (Huddersfield. Abode: Lindley Representative of: William and Joseph Crosland (assumed brothers) were witness at Jonathan&#39;s 1764 marriage to Betty &#10;Joseph was also witness to Thomas&#39;s marriage to Sarah Jepson Lives with: Rachel was living with Mary in 1841.&#32; &#10;How are they related?&#32; Probably second cousins. Representative of: James appeares to have been head of the family, keeping Arron informed of the latest developments (in a letter dated Aug 1869.&#10;&#10;Longridge Aug/69 (1869)&#10;Dear Nephew,&#9;&#10;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 &#8211; 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&#8217;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&#8217;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&#8212;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.&#10;&#10;I remain in your affect, Uncle&#10;James Kay&#10;Farmer Longridge&#10;Near Breston&#9;&#10;Lancashire Representative of: Edwin was witness to Bland&#39;s marriage in 1869 Relative of: Michelle is the g-grandaughter of Catherine Simister.&#32; She has a 8 cM DNA match to me Neighbor: In 1841, A neighbour (and possible son) of Charles and Mary Crosland at Haighouse Hill, Golcar. Lives with: Grandson of Charles,&#32; living with him in 1851 Named After : Connected as same person in TruLines Lives with: John T Crosland lived with his auny Ellen (and Sarah) Lives with: In 1851, Appleyard Bottomley, aged 8, nephew, born Austonley, was was with his Uncle and Aunt Edward and Nancy Crosland.&#10;In 1861, Appleyard Bottolmey was still with his uncle Edmund&#32; Representative of: William and Joseph Crosland (older brothers) were witness at Jonathan&#39;s 1764 marriage to Betty.&#10;Joseph was also witness to Thomas&#39;s marriage to Sarah Jepson Relative of: Possible brothers from Silkstone and Heln heist, both cordwainers with their children baptised at Silkstone in 1811. Relative of: Selina (and her son John William) Thompson are buried with her parents in grave 160,&#32; Lives with: David was a lodger with Ard in 1851 Lives with: Both from Hinchcliffe Mill (brothers or father and son) Lives with: In 1841 and 1851, Sarah (35 &amp; 46) was single and still with her father James at Berry Brow. Lives with: In 1841 Benjamin Smith (9) and Betty Smith (5) were with Ard Smith (30) at Longwood Named After: UNCONFIRMED Lives with: Living with grandparents in 1891 1769 - 1840 Daniel Crosland 71 71 WARNING: There is another Dan Crsoland and Mary (Wagstaff) family at Kirkburton.

Only sure of father being Jonathan.  By matching all Jonathan Croslands, it is 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).
1795 Elizabeth Crosland Elizabeth may have married Joseph Savile 13 Aug 1815, but no matching census to confirm. 1797 - 1857 John Crosland 60 60 It is possible this John (using Highfield Chapel) that married Elizabeth and the John from Lindley that married Mary Wilkinson are reversed (as there is a possible DNA connection for the other John). However, it is only this John that is associated with Highfield Independant Chapel for himself and his children..

The only John Crosland and Elizabeth marriage before Selina was born was in Leeds in 1817.  John is a Cloth Dresser which fits perfectly. Presumably Elizabeth was from Leeds.  Their son Henry married at Halifax.

In 1841, John and Eliz (43 & 45) are at West Parade, Huddersfield with Thomas (19), Henry (17), Ellen (16), Elizabeth (9), John (7) and Sarah (6).

IN 1851, John a cloth dresser and Elizabeth (53 & 55) were still at West Parade with Ellen (26), Elizabeth (18), John William (16) and Sarah (14).

In 1854 Elizabeth died and in 1857 John died. Elizabeth and John Crosland (both 59) are buried in grave 160, together with Selina Thompson (42), John William Thompson (16) and Herbert and Oliver Crosland (infants) at Highfield, Huddersfield Burial Ground.  They are buried next to another John Crosland in grave 159, so is he related?
1807 - 1857 Charles Crosland 50 50 In 1851, Charles and Hannah (43 & 22) were with Mary (12) and James (11).  Also daughter Ann Garlick and Alex (24 & 23) with Hannah (11 mo).  Also Sarah Crosland (5t mo)

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 In 1827, Hannah married Joshua Bottomley of Upperthong (the home where Hanna's grandfather Jonathan died).  Hannah Crosland was also of Upperthong.

Hannah died before 1851.
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 - 1817 Jonathan Crosland 78 78 7 June 1764, Jonathan Crosland of Butternab married Betty Liversedge of Dungeon.  Butternam is the Southern end of Beaumont Park (called Dungeon Wood on the 1854 OS map), so they lived very nearby along the Beaumont Park Road. Dungeon Wood Bottoms lies next to Dog Hall and further North are Dungeon Grove and Dungeon Cottages.  The Dungeon Turnpike is now the B6108 Meltham Road.

1765-1771, the births were recorded at Almondbury with mother Betty.

1773-1775, James and John were baptised at Huddersfield with mother "Elizabeth".  (There was no other marriage between Jonathan Crosland and a Betty or Elizabeth until 1791).
1744 - 1821 Betty Liversidge 77 77 Betty was described as a "single woman" rather than a spinster on her marriage to Jonathan.  This implioes she may be  a widow or a woman with child. 1714 - 1753 John Crosland Jnr 39 39 ~1713 - 1741 Hanah Breadly 28 28 1783 Daniel (Dan) Crosland Dan or Daniel (when Jonathan baptised), son of Joseph of Hepworth, Holmfirth, nr Kirkburton ~1785 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.

25 Apr 1759, Joseph Crosland of Dungoon married Sarah Mowberry, also of Dungeon,. both of the parish of Almondbury. This is probably near Dungeon Mill, Lockwood (now the North end of Beaumont Park and Butternab).
1739 John Crosland ~1700 - 1762 John Crosland 62 62 John's wife is not revealed on any baptism records.  He may have married Hannah Garthside (27 Jun 1723) or Anne Brooke (21 Feb 1728) ... or another.

John and Anne (TBC) lived at Stubbin or Stubbing (as shown on Anne and Jame's baptisms).

In 1730 and 1744, John was a Yeoman at Stubbin when Hannah and Joseph was born and a clothier from Stubbin in Austonley for the other baptisms.  There may be two Johns (expecially as there are two Joseph's and no burial).
~1705 Hannah Garthside 1730 Hannah Crosland 1742 Thomas Crosland 1743 Mary Crosland 1734 - 1804 Mr James Crosland 70 70 Born 1734, possibly son of John Crosland of Paddock Foot, Huddersfield (near Lockwood).

27 Feb 1760 James Crosland (24) married Ellen Batty (21) by licence. There's also a marriage to Ellen Broadhurst 12 Oct 1758.

In May 1772, a month after Joshua was baptised, wife Ellen died, recorded as "Ellen Wife of James Crosland of Deadmanstone Attorney at Law Houses", aged 33.

James also had a son Joshua of DeadManStone, Clert to John Battye, so several Batty family connections.

Aug 1775, after his wife Ellen had died, James re-married Abigail Hirst at Huddersfield St Peter.

22 Jan 1784, James Crosland of DeadManStone, Attorney, paid duty for Thomas Shaw, an apprentice.

In 1799 Jame's son James Jnr was living at DeadManStone when he married Martha Batty by license.

20 Mar 1804 James Crosland of DeadmanStone, a gentleman died.  He has a burial with headstone at Almondbury.

~1685 - 1769 John Crosland Snr 84 84 ~1685 - 1771 Anne Royd 86 86 1744 John Crosland 1744 - <1751 Joseph Crosland 7 7 Joseph must have died young as another Joseph was baptised in 1751.  Otherwise, John the Yeoman and John the Clothier are two people. 1746 Grace Crosland 1748 Sarah Crosland Possibly married Michael Haigh 1798, Huddersfield 1749 - 1751 James Crosland 2 2 1750 - 1751 Stephen Crosland 1 1 There are no marriages for a Stephen Crosland (before 1829) and also no baptisms with a father of Stephen or Steven.  He died in Dec 1851  1751 Joseph Crosland 1753 - >1801 Charles Crosland 48 48 Charles may have moved to Silkstone with Stainborough, where he married Ann Pontifract in 1785 (or Mary Jump 20 Feb  1776 by license at Croston near Layland, Lancashire).

Actually, on 27 Nov 1791, Charles (37y) married Hannah Oxley at Almondbury.  This is confirmed by her Almondbury burial in 1801, recorded as wife of Charles of Newsome, aged 50 (so of a similar age).

In 1801, Charles was still alive living at Newsome when his wife Hannah died.

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 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 26 Sep 1796, Martha Crosland married William Crosland at Almondbury 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 Jepson 58 58 1739 - 1772 Ellen Batty 33 33 Ellen Batty or Ellen Broadhurst.

27 Feb 1760 James married Ellen Batty. There's also a marriage to Ellen Broadhurst 12 Oct 1758.
~1765 Sarah Ellam 1805 James Crosland 1801 - 1864 Joshua Bottomley 63 63 Joshua was the son of Appleyard Bottomley (1772-1846) and Mary Moldecliff. He had a son Appleyard.

Joshua Bottomly of Upperthong in 1827 (when married).

In 1841, Living at Hogley, Holmfirth.

In 1847, Joshua's wife Hannad died (TBC)

In 1851, Joshua (50) was with Johnm, Firth, Wright, Jane, Emma and Joseph (3).  Appleyard (6) was with his uncle Edward Crosland.

In 1852, Joshua Bottomley, son of Appleyard Bottomley married Grace Ellis at Huddersfield.

1828 Mary Bottomley 1831 John Bottomley 1833 Firth Bottomley 1836 Wright Bottomley 1837 Jane Bottomley 1840 - 1895 Emma Bottomley 54 54 1810 - 1840 Hannah Garlick 30 30 1827 Ann Crosland Ann and Alex Garlick (24 & 23) were living with Charles Crosland (43) and his young wife Hannah (22) 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 Broadhurst 40 40 Beardsell on 1836 marriage (with witness Ann Bradhurst) but later had child James Broadhurst Crosland, is likely to have been married to Beardsell and widowed. 1828 Alex Garlick 1850 Hannah Garlick 1829 Hannah 1851 Sarah 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 Manufacturer son of Joseph Crosland, farmer. A very sucessful man. ~1815 - 1844 Esther Booth 29 29 1773 Joseph Crosland Joseph of Hinchcliffe Mill Jane Sykes 1793 - 1793 Mary Crosland 24d 24d 1788 - 1791 Abraham Crosland 3 3 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 - 1855 Mary Crosland 85 85 Mary the daughter of Mr James Crosland of Deadmanstone,  Attorney at Law, was baptised Aug 4th 1769 1767 Ellen Crosland 1772 - 1825 Joshua Crosland 52 52 April 1772, Joshua son of Mr James Crosland of Deadmanstone Attourney at Law was baptised.  Joshua's mother Ellen died a month later.

Joshua married Mary and lived at Lockwood. They had an infant child Mary(?) who is buried with his parents.
~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 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 1770 James Crosland, Jnr 7 Mar 1799, James Crosland Jnr (21), Merchant from Dead Man Stone married Martha Bathy (19) of Fenay (Hall), both of Almondbury Parish. 1780 Martha Battye 25 Feb 1799, Martha Bathye of Fenay Hall was 19 when she married by licence.  Her father was Robert Rochley Batty. 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 ~1765 James Hirst 1796 - 1854 Elizabeth West 58 58 Elizabeth and John Crosland (both 59) are buried in grave 160, together with Selina Thompson (42), John William Thompson (16) and Herbert and Oliver Crosland (infants) at Highfield, Huddersfield Burial Ground. 1821 Thomas Crosland In 1841, Thomas 19, a Cloth Dresser 1823 - 1872 Henry Crosland 48 48 In 1841, Henry was 17, an Aprentice Tobacconist.

30 Aug 1846, Henry Crosland (23, single), son of John Crosland married Hannah Ramsden (22), daughter of John Ramsden at Halifax, Elland, Yorkshire

In 1851, Henry Crosland (28) was visiting John and Mary Ann Spurr at Huddersfield and also recorded with Hannah's parents as a tobacconist.
1824 Ellen Crosland In 1861, sisters Ellen (36) and Sarah (22) were visiting widow (bro-in-law) John Thompson (43) at Bradford Road, Huddersfield.

In 1871, sisters Ellen (42, single), Elizabeth (36, married) and Sarah (31, single) were living at Croft House Lane, Huddersfield with son John Arthur Crosland (8).
1832 - 1884 Elizabeth Crosland 52 52 In 1871, sisters Ellen (42, single), Elizabeth (36, married) and Sarah (31, single) were living at Croft House Lane, Huddersfield with son John Arthur Crosland (8).

In 1880, Elizabeth may have married Joseph Shaw (tbc).

In 1891, Sarah Crosland (54, single, sister-in-law) was living with Joseph Shaw (63, widow).
1834 - 1905 John William Crosland 71 71 1865, John William Crosland married Sarah Ann Armitage

John and Sarah lived at 4 Gibson Street, Oakes, Lindley and died there 1905 & 1907 (see probate).  They had 7 children.

25 Nov 1905, John William Crosland of 4 Gibson Street, Oakes, Lindley died.
1836 Sarah Crosland Warning: There is another Sarah Crosland, baptised Huddersfield, July 1837, the daughter of John and Grace.

In 1861, sisters Ellen (36) and Sarah (22) were visiting widow (bro-in-law) John Thompson (43) at Bradford Road, Huddersfield.

In 1871, sisters Ellen (42, single), Elizabeth (36, married) and Sarah (31, single) were living at Croft House Lane, Huddersfield with son John Arthur Crosland (8).

In 1891, Sarah Crosland (54, single, sister-in-law) was living with Joseph Shaw (63, widow) who had married her close sister Elizabeth.
1841 George Halliday At 46 Belle View, Gorton in 1889 whe Mary Ann baptised (aged 14) 1874 - 1938 Mary (Polly) Ann Halliday 64 64
In 1881, Polly was 7 with mother Sarah Halliday (48, Wid), Maria (18), Elizabeth (13), Benjamin (10) and Charles (9)

In 1901, Mary A Ames was 28, born Durham
1818 - 1860 Selina Crosland 41 41 Elizabeth and John Crosland (both 59) are buried in grave 160, together with Selina Thompson (42), John William Thompson (16) and Herbert and Oliver Crosland (infants) at Highfield, Huddersfield Burial Ground. 1820 - 1831 Martha Crosland 11 11 1839 - 1900 John Simister 61 61 1865 - 1932 John Simister 67 67 1871 - 1936 Elizabeth Robinson 65 65 1906 - 1976 Walter Simister 70 70 1908 - 1993 Elizabeth Ashted 85 85 ~1933 Margaret Simister Margaret Wrigley, nee Simister 1869 - 1905 Thomas Simister 36 36 Emma Whittaker 1893 - 1985 Catherine Simister 92 92 Michelle Bartrupe 1860 Douglas Simister In 1887, Douglas married Mary hannah Leech ~1860 Mary Hannah Leech 1891 - 1985 George Francis Pickering 94 94 1799 Charles Crosland About 1821, Mary had a daughter Martha Ainley.  In 1823, Charles and Mary married at Huddersfield.

In 1841, Charles and Mary Crosland (both 40) at Haighouse Hill (near Lindley and Salendine Nook), Golcar with daughter Martha Ainley (20)

In 1851, Charles and Mary (48 & 49) were at 40 Haighouse Hill, Longwood with Martha (29, U), John (28, U) and grandson Benjamin (11).
1801 Mary Ainley In 1841, Charles and Mary (both 40) were at Haighouse Hill, Golcar, Huddersfield.

In 1851, Charles and Mary (48 & 49) were at 40 Haighouse Hill, Longwood with Martha (29, U), John (28, U) and grandson Benjamin (11).
1821 Martha Ainley In 1841, Martha (20) was with her parents Charles and Mary Crosland at Haighouse Hill (near Lindley and Salendine Nook), Golcar.

22 Oct 1843, Martha Ainley (21) of Golcar married Joshua Hopkinson (20).  Martha recorded her father as Joseph Ainley (a mson), so Martha was a step-daughter of Charles.

In 1851, Martha was back with her parents Charles and Mary
1824 John Crosland In 1841, A neighbour (and son) of Charles and Mary Crosland at Haighouse Hill, Golcar.

In 1851, John (28, a road labourer) was with parents Charles and Mary (48 & 49) at Haighouse Hill, Longwood.

In 1871, John (48) was living with his brother-in-law Thomas Halstead (both born Lindley) at West Leeds. He appears to have a daughter Emma Crosland (17, b. Longwood, 1854) with him.
1794 - 1876 Joshua Hopkinson 82 82 1840 Benjamin Smith Crosland in 1841, Benjamin Crosland (aged 4) was at Sunny Bank, Golcar with Ann Lunn (5) and James Lunn (20) and Edward and Louisa Crosland (24 & 25) as neighbours.  He was still there in 1851, so not the boy born about 1840 with grandparents in 1851.

In 1851, Benjamin was aged 11, grandson, living with Charles and Mary at Haigouse Hill, Longwood

Is is possibly the son of John, (as also present).
Halstead 1853 Emma Crosland 1849 - 1889 Thomas Broom (Lumb) 40 40 Born Thomas Lumb, before his parents married.

In 1861, Thomas (11, b.Longwood) was with his parents Joseph and Elizabeth Broom and sister Mary Ann (3)

In 1871,  Thomas was 21 and with his parents at Leymoor Bottom

In 1881, Thomas and Phebe (32 & 33) are at Clougheau (maybe Clough Head ?), Longwood with Mary E (8) and Joe (3).
1848 - 1939 Phoebe Crosland 90 90 1873 - 1915 Mary Elizabeth Lumb Broome 42 42 In 1901, Mary E Broome (28, sister) was with her brother Joe. 1877 - 1962 Joe Crosland Broome 85 85 In 1901, Joe & Bertha (23 & 20) were at 94 Northgate, Huddersfield with Joe's mother Phebe (53) and sister Mary E. 1868 - 1950 Richard Nutton 82 82 No DNA matches to Tree owners with Richard Nutton (except Sally Fields) 1908 - 2002 George Eric Nutton 94 94 I have a 8cM DNA match to Sally Fields, the g-daughter of George Eric Nutton.  However, I can find no other DNA matches to tree owners with the Crosland family. 1824 John Crosland John was the son of Ard Crolsland (c.f. Marriage)

There are two John Croslands from Golcar born 1824.  The other is the son of Mary and Charles (both on 1851 Lindley census).

In 1841, John (18) was with his parests at Oakes, Lindley.

In 1846, John son of Ard married Mary Davidson.  They had 6 children, but only Phebe (13), Joel (10) and Luther (1) survived to the 1860 census.

Wife Mary died in 1861, and 8 Mar 1863, John, 38, Widower son of Ard married Mary Brook at Kirkheaton, St John the Baptist.

In 1871, John and Martha (46 & 38) were with Joel (20), Luther (12), Lucy (6), Anne (4), John (2) and Lewis (2).
1823 - 1861 Mary Davison 38 38 1813 Joseph Broom In 1861, Joseph and Elizabeth (48 & 43), both born Longwood, are at Leymore Bottom with Thomas (11) and Mary Ann (3).  1818 Elizabeth Lumb 1858 Mary Ann Broom 1853 - 1856 Oliver Broom 3 3 1850 Joel Crosland Joel (or Loil in 1871) 1859 Luther Crosland No DNA match to 19 tree owners with luther in their tree. 1857 - 1858 Clara Crosland 11m 11m 1853 - 1853 Sam Crosland 3m 3m 1855 - 1858 Tom Thornhill Crosland 3 3 1832 Martha Brook 1864 Lucy Crosland Lucy was 6 in 1871, born Huddersfield and living in Wortley 1867 Ann Crosland Ann was 4 in 1871, born Huddersfield and living in Wortley 1869 John Crosland 1869 Lewis Crosland 1816 Joseph Crosland Joseph, son of John Crosland, both dressers 1821 Sally Mann Rushworth Sally Mann (not Sally Maria) Rushworth, daughter of Joseph Rushworth and Hannah Mann.

In 1861, Sally Mann Crosland (39) and family had her mother Hannah (80) with her.
1845 Mary Hannah Crosland 1846 George Henry Crosland 1849 Matilda Crosland 1851 - 1860 Phoebe Crosland 9 9 Phoebe was 3 months in April 1851.  By 1861 she had died and the family had another Phoebe, also 3 months 1861 Phoebe Crosland 1853 John Herbert Crosland 1857 Joe Crosland 1855 - 1855 Sarah Jane Crosland 3m 3m 1859 - 1861 Sarah Ellen Crosland 2 2 1881 Bertha Turner 1783 - 1852 Ard Crosland 69 69 Ard was the son of Edward.

In 1803, Ard Crosland married Pheby Drake.

Phoeby died in 1834 and Arm married Margaret.

In 1841, Ard and Margaret (58 & 57) were at Oakes, Lindley, next to Sadeline Nook with their youngest son John (18)

In 1851, Ard and Margaret "Crossland" were at Lindley cum Quarmby, Huddersfield, Yorkshire.
1782 - 1834 Phoebe Drake 52 52 Pheby Drake when married, and Phoebe Crosland when buried 1819 Edward Crosland In 1837, Edward Crosland married Elizabeth Mallinson and in 1838 they had a son Ard Crosland 1863 Maria Halliday 1872 Charles Halliday 1874 - 1954 Evan Ames 79 79 Evan, son of John Ames (1856-1909) from Wigan and Margaret Green (1855-1922) 1896 - 1954 John Evan Ames 58 58 Unconfirmed DNA match (ThruLines). I can find no evidence that the mother Sarah Halliday was a Crosland. 1838 Sarah Massey 1894 - 1969 Sarah Ellen Ames 75 75 1898 - 1986 Benjamin Ames 88 88 1870 Benjamin Halliday 1865 Ann Halliday Shaw Crosland 1862 John Arthur Crosland In 1871, sisters Ellen (42, single), Elizabeth (36, married) and Sarah (31, single) were living at Croft House Lane, Huddersfield with son John Arthur Crosland (8).

In 1881, John A Crosland (18) was living with his aunts Ellen and Sarah (50 & 43) at Marsh, Huddersfield
1828 Joseph Shaw 1818 John Thompson 1848 Oliver Thompson 1849 - 1897 Hannah Elizabeth Thompson 47 47 1854 George Henry Thompson 1854 - 1871 John William Thompson 16 16 1842 - 1915 Appleyard Bottomley 72 72 Named after his grandfather, Appleyard Bottomley.

In 1851, Appleyard Bottomldey, aged 8, nephew, born Austonley, was was with his Uncle and Aunt Edward and Nancy Crosland

2 Jan 1879, Appleyard Bottomley, son of Joshua Bottomley, married Hannah Platt at Dobcross Holy Trinity, Lancashire

In 1881, Appleyard and Hannah (38 & 34) were at Saddleworth
1839 - 1840 Edward Bottomley 1 1 1846 Eliza Bottomley 1845 Wilson Bottomley 1847 Joseph Bottomley 1790 - 1882 Edmund (Edward) Crosland 92 92 Edward, baptised in 1790 is the only child of John and Elizabeth to be baptised at Quarmby cum Lindley, Yorkshire. It is possible he is a younger brother of Daniel Crossland (see Appleyard Bottomley connection).

In 1841, Edmund and Nancy (50 & 45) were at Huddersfield with William (20), John (20), Elizabeth (15), Martha (10), Richard (13) and Ann (9).

In 1851, Edward and Nancy (60 & 58) were at Huddersfield with Elizabeth (28), Richard (22), Ann (18) and Ellen (16).  Appleyard Bottomley (8, nephew) was with them, showing that Edward was a son of Daniel Crosland (before he married Mary Kinder)

In 1861, Edmund (71, Wid) was a farmer of 19 acres as Meltham, Huddersfield with daughter Ann (28), Mary Ann Barber (7, g-dau) and Appleyard Bottomley (17, nephew)
1793 - 1857 Nancy Sykes 64 64 1829 Richard Crosland 1831 Ann Crosland 1835 Ellen Crosland 1823 Elizabeth Crosland 1820 John Crosland 1819 William Crosland 1825 Martha Crosland Grace Ellis 1844 Emma Gudger 1867 Annie Bottomley 1869 Hetty Bottomley 1872 Fanny Gudger Bottomley 1877 Joe Bottomley 1847 Ellen Bottomley 1843 Joseph Bottomley 1872 Arthur Bottomley 1874 Amy Bottomley 1878 Vincent Bottomley Vincent married Mary Elizabeth Lunn 1880 Newton Bottomley John Crosland Elizabeth 1765 Jonathan Crosland ~1765 Elizabeth (Betty) Boothroyd 1792 Joseph Crosland 1795 Richard Crosland 1775 John Crosland 9 Aug 1779 Baptised Jo's (probably John but could be Joseph) son of Jonathan and Elizabeth of Berry Brow at Highfield Independant  - See Image

Note: There was a Joseph Crosland & Martha family from Huddersfield with son Jonathan baptised at Highfield in August 1806, so may be related.
1778 Charles Crosland Charles was the son of Jonathan and Elizabeth Crosland of Berry Brow, a clothier.

Charles to too young to Marry Hannah Ocley 1791.  The Charles that married Mary Taylor in 1798 was the son of James from Kirkheaton (and both still alive in 1851).  The Charles that married Hannah Longbottom in 1803 at Huddersfield may be him.
1734 - 1821 William Crosland 87 87 It is likely William (and Joseph) is an older brother of Jonathan as he and Joseph were his marriage witnesses. 1812 Jonathan Crosland Jonathan of Daniel and Mary Crosland of New-laith, parish of Kirkburton, was born June 9th baptised July 5th 1812.

NOTE: Theres another Jonathan, son of Jos Crosland baptised 18 Oct 1812 at Almondbury.  Also, this is not the Danial (son of Jonathan) and Mary family from Almondbury.

In 1846, Dan (aged 24) of Austonley son of Jonathan Crosland (both Clothiers) married Ann Lindley. Was this his son?  TBC
1768 - 1855 Mary Kinder 86 86 Father William of Dungeon, Clothier.  This must be right as Daniel Crosland's father Jonathan and uncle Joseph were also from Dungeon (near Butternab). Joseph son of William baptised the same year must be another family.

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.
1791 - 1853 Joseph Crosland 62 62 There is no evidence to support William being the son of Charles and Ann.  He is more likely the son of William and Annah, baptised 30 Jan 1791

10 Nov 1805, Joseph Crossland of the Parish of Wakefield  married Ann Darwent by licence at Silkstone with Stainborough, All Saints.

In 1809 their John was baptised at Silkstone with Stainborough, All Saints
1791 - 1841 Ann Darwent 50 50 1809 - 1887 John Crosland 78 78 John is the only baptism at Silkstone around 1809 with Joseph as a father.

In 1841, John and Ann (30 & 20) were living at George Yard Market Place, Barnsley with Charles (6), Robert (4), Harriet (2) and Hannah (1).

In 1871, the census has John born in Sunderland, Durham (which is different to all other census records).  If true, he may be the son of George Crosland and Sarah Jones of Doncaster, born 19 June 1809.
1815 - 1888 Ann (Nanny) Townend 73 73 GRO Records for Hannah and Harriet confirm the Mother's maiden name as TOWNEND 1855 - 1920 Samuel (Sam) Crosland 65 65 Susan Whitter has a 14cM DNA match to me and is a granddaughter of William Crosland, son of Samuel Crosland (1855-1920).  However this is another CROSSLAND (i.e. Not CROSLAND) and no connection to Almondbury. 1843 John Crosland 1835 Charles Crosland 1837 - 1858 Robert Crosland 21 21 1838 Harriet Crosland 1840 - 1940 Hannah Crosland 100 100 2 Mar 1862, Hannah, daughter of John Crossland married John Watson

Hannah was made of good stuff!  She lived to be 100.
1847 Elizabeth (Eliza) Crosland 1845 Emma Crosland 1809 William Crosland William, a nail maker, and Sarah were both 30 in 1841 at Penistone, Silkstone with Hannah (10), Elizabeth (9), Sarah (6) and John (6mo) Charles Crosland 12 Jun 1809, Charles Crossland (or Crosland) married Elizabeth Armitage at Silkstone with Stainborough, All Saints.

Their son William was baptised at Silkstone with Stainborough, All Saints in 1809 and Sarah in 1811.
Elizabeth (Betty) Armitage Elizabeth was "Betty Armitage" when son Charles baptised in 1813 1811 Sarah Crosland John Jubb 22 Nov 1807 John Jubb married Martha Crossland at Silkstone with Stainborough, All Saints, Yorkshire, England Martha Crosland 1813 Charles Crosland Thomas Crosland 13 Aug 1804, Thomas Crossland married Julia Priest at Silkstone with Stainborough, All Saints Julia Priest William Wagstaff 1798, William Wagstaff of the parish of Darfield parish married Hannah Crosland at Silkstone with Stainborough, All Saints Hannah Crosland ~1760 Anne Pontefract 1751 - 1801 Hannah Oxley 50 50 In Dec 1801, Hannah, wife of Charles Crossland of Newsome died aged 50.  She is buried at Almondbury. ~1760 Charles Crosland This is NOT the Charles born in Almondbury in 1754.

Charles who Married Pontefract at Silkstone in December 1785, may have had a sister Mary who also married at Silkstone in 1789.
1848 Fred Crosland 1850 Job Crosland Job, or Joab Crossland in 1861. 1857 Everett Crosland 1853 Albert Crosland 1859 Arthur Crosland 1810 - 1880 George Crosland 70 70 Margaret Olivant 1813 Mason Crosland 1821 David Crosland 1804 Rhoda Crosland 1806 - 1837 Sarah Crosland 30 30 In 1831, Sarah married William Shaw.

In 1837, Sarah Shaw, aged 30, was buried with her parents.
1838 - 1864 Ard Crosland 25 25 Elizabeth Malinson D. <1851 Hester Smith 1837 Betty Crosland In 1841 Betty Smith was 5

In 1851, Berry Crosland was 14
1812 - 1853 Ard Crosland (Smith) 41 41 In 1841, Ard Smith (30) and Hester (20) were with Betty (5) and Benjamin (9) at Longwood, Golcar

In 1851, Ard Crosland (39, Wid) was at 10 Upper Haigh, Longwood with daughter Betty (12) and David Crosland (41) his lodger.
1810 David Crosland In 1851, David (unmarried, 41) and Ard were living together William Shaw 1750 - 1813 Edward Crosland 63 63 Hannah died in 1808 and Edward 5 years later.  Edward and Hannah are buried together at Highfield (Independant). 
From the burial it appears that Edward's mother was also Hannah (1825-1899)
1751 - 1808 Hannah Crosland 57 57 Hannah, wife of Edward, was 57 when she died 29 Feb 1808 1772 Benjamin Crosland <1771 - 1772 John Crosland 1 1 1787 Hannah Crosland 1773 John Crosland 1785 Edy Crosland 1775 Joseph Crosland 1777 Nanny Crosland 1768 James Crosland 1773 James Crosland James, the son of Jonathan & Elizabeth Crossland of Berry Brow, Clothier was baptised 8 Jan 1773.

24 Sep 1798, James married Martha Bradley.
1773 James Crosland James, the son of Jonathan & Elizabeth Crossland of Berry Brow, Clothier was baptised 8 Jan 1773.

24 Sep 1798, James married Martha Bradley.
1770 - 1855 Martha Bradley 85 85 1799 Joseph Croland There was another James Crosland baptised 21 Sep 1795, son of James Crosland of Berry Brow, a Clothier. 1802 Sally Crosland 1806 Jonathan Crosland 1803 Benjamin Crosland 1806 Nathan Crosland 1800 David Crosland 1799 Martha Becker Crosland 1793 Martha Crosland Another Martha Crosland, daughter of James and Sarah died at Berry Brow in 1794 1788 - 1839 Charles Crosland 51 51 1764 - >1851 James Crosland 87 87 This is James a Clothier of Berry Brow, not the Law Attorney of DeadManStone. James Crosland of Butternab is another person who married Mary.

16 May 1785, James Crosland of Almondbury married Sarah Ellam of Huddersfield.

1785-1793, James was a Clothier at Berry Brow when Joseph, Betty, Abraham and Mary baptised (and two died).

In 1788, son Abraham was baptised at Longwood, the only son of James to be baptised here.  Abraham, son of James, Clothier of Berry Brow died in 1791.

1796-1808 baptism records for James, Martha and Sarah include the mothers maiden name, confirming the 1785 marriage..

In 1841 James (60), a clother was at Berry Brow with Sally Crosland (35) and Joseph (15).

In 1851 James was still alive at 1339 Berry Brow with his daughter Sarah (46).
1790 - 1803 Ruth Crosland 13 13 1744 James Crosland James may have married either Mary Dixon (Huddersfield, 1771),  Mary Hopwood (Kippax, York 1774) or Mary Sanderson (Almondbury, 1777). However the James that married Mary Dixon was from Stubbing and the Mary Dixon form Kippax continued to live there. Also Mary Sanderson is not possible.  Thia must be an older James or perhaps Mary-Ann, eg married Ann Midgley at Elland.

1788, 1790 and 1793, Charles, Ruth and Martha were baptised at Highfield Independant.

In 1803, James was at Butternab when daughter Ruth died.

In 1808, James died at Fold Head (Mirfield).
~1750 Mary Sanderson ~1788 Elizabeth Liversidge 1816 Sarah Crosland ~1730 1770 Jonathan Crosland In 1841, Johathan Crosland (70) was with Ann (70) and others at Longwalls, Holmfirth.

1780 - 1847 James Crosland 67 67 1785 - 1787 Joseph Crosland 1 1 1785 Betty Crosland 1784 - 1785 Valentine Crosland 1 1 Valentine was the son of James Crosland of Butternab, a  Clothier, baptised at Honley Chapel, Almondbury Parish 1786 Mary Crosland 1781 Hannah Crosland 1787 Betty Crosland 1724 - 1799 Abigail Hirst 75 75 1782 Hannah Crosland 1725 - 1802 Richard Crosland 77 77 Parents unconfirmed, but was also from Stubbing

14 Nov 1769 Richard Crosland married Martha Mitchill (1747-1824) at Almondbury

In 1781, Thomas, son of Richard of "The Stubbing in A" was born.  This Richard was still alive (69) farming 5 acres at Hinchcliff Mill in 1851.
~1720 - 1763 John Crosland 43 43 1778 - 1852 John Crosland 74 74 1778 - 1848 Rebecca Wilkinson 70 70 1738 - 1823 James Crosland 85 85 James son of Edward or Joseph of Huddersfield ? 1748 - 1826 Mary Dixon 78 78 1787 - 1852 George Crosland 65 65 in 1851, George (63) and his second wife Mary Ann Dyson (49) were living at 461 Temple Street, Lindley with his extended family.  His son John (37) was nearby at 459 Smithy Fold.  Both were woolen manufacturers employing workers. 1792 - 1840 Sally Wilson 48 48 1777 John Corsland 1779 - 1866 Joseph Crosland 87 87 Joseph Crosland possibly died at York Workhouse (TBC).
1804 Sarah Crosland In 1841 Sally (35) was at Berry Brow, Almondbury (District 9a) with James Crosland (60) a clothier.

In 1851, Sarah (46) was living at 1339 Berry Brow, with her father James (76)
1798 James Crosland 1801 Martha Crosland 1794 - 1794 Martha Crosland 6m 6m 1795 Joseph Crosland 25 Sep 1848 Joseph Crosland (52), of Lockwood son of James (a Stubber) married Hannah Shires (46) - Widow and Widower. 1791 Thomas Crosland 1803 Mary Ellen Crosland 1801 Elizabeth Crosland James Crosland Possibly related, as later son James lived at Berry Brow.

In 1764, Son James: son of Joseph Crosland of Longroid Bridge, Clothier was baptised
1761 Lydia Crosland Lydia was born in Austonley, Holdfirth, daughter of James a Clothier, but it cant be the James son of John from Stubbing in Austonley, so maybe this James. 1767 Thomas Crosland James Crosland 1803 - 1877 Sarah Brook 74 74 1826 - 1893 William Brook Crosland 66 66 1829 Sarah Batley 1849 Jane Crosland 1854 Lucinda (Lucy) Crosland 1855 Fred (Frederick) Crosland 1826 - 1847 Emma Schofield 21 21 1794 - 1860 John Crosland 66 66 John, son of James (1773-) is a possible DNA connection

In 1841, John and Mary (47 & 46) were at Cow Cliffe Side with 11 children

In 1851, John and Mary (57 & 56) were at Cowcliffe with 8 children.

John died in 1860.  In 1861 Mary (66) was Head at Cowcliffe Side with George (29), Mary (24) and Sarah Jane (21) and two grandchildren.
1796 - 1864 Mary Wilkinson 68 68 1836 - 1893 Edwin Crosland 57 57 1822 James Wilkinson Crosland 1825 Hannah Crosland 1828 John Crosland 1830 Law Crosland 1831 George Crosland 1836 Mary Crosland 1839 Sarah Jane Crosland 1826 Bessy Crosland 1820 Ard Crosland 5 Oct 1846, Ard Crosland (23) of Cowcliff, a Dresser, son of John (also a Dresser) married Charlotte Iredale (26) of Linfley.

In 1851, John and Charlotte Crosland wer at 615 West Gate   with Ann (3) and John (1)
1814 - 1859 Edward Crosland 45 45 In 1851, Edward Crosland (35), born Lindley is married to Sarah  (22) and has a son Joseph (2 mo).  They are living at 334 Longwood Gate, Longwood 1818 Jane Crosland 1832 Benjamin Smith In 1841 Benjamin Smith (9) and Betty Smith (5) were with Ard and Hester Smith (30 & 20) at Longwood

In 1851, Ard and Betty went by the name of Crosland (still at Longwood)
1830 - 1832 Selina Crosland 2 2 1781 - 1833 John Crosland 52 52 John, the son of Joshua & Martha Crosland of Longroyd Bridge, Clothier

John Crosland of  Paddock died 1833
1778 - 1802 Sarah Crosland 24 24 1797 Martha Crosland Joshua Crosland Martha 1829 Sarah Shaw Maiden name SHAW confirmed by son Joseph born Q1 1851.
Sarah can't be the daughter of Amelia Stocks and John Shaw (which would be a DNA match) as she was with her sister in 1851.  She is possibly the daughter of Mary Ann Shaw (Wid,48 in 1851), and a neighbour of Sarah at 336 Longwood Gate.

In 1851, Edward Crosland (35), born Lindley is married to Sarah  (22) and has a son Joseph (2 mo).
1851 - 1903 Joseph Crosland 52 52 1851 - 1935 Rosanna Haynes 84 84 1880 - 1963 Rosa Crosland 83 83 1803 - <1851 George Shaw 48 48 In 1841, George and Mary (both 35) were at Brow Lee, Longwood with Edwin (14), Sarah (12) and Jane (10) 1802 - 1867 Mary Ann Stocks 65 65 Mary Ann Shaw (48, Wdi) was living at 336 Longwood Gate with sons Edwin (25) and William Henry (6).  Assumed daughteer Sarah Crosland nee Shaw was a neighbour. 1845 William Henry Shaw 1826 - 1894 Edwin Shaw 68 68 14 July 1852, Edwin married Mary Yates at Huddersfield. 1831 Jane Shaw 1853 - 1942 Jane Crosland 89 89 1875, married Francis William Holderness at Blackpool 1833 - 1876 James Richardson 43 43 1884 - 1957 George Henry Fairclough 73 73 1911 - 1993 Marjorie Fairclough 82 82 Marjorie married Eric Woodhead (1913-1951), and their daughter Lin has a 13cM DNA match to me. 1916 - 1979 Rosa Lloyd Fairclough 63 63 1821 Charlotte Iredale 1848 Hannah (Ann) Maria Crosland "Ann", aged 3 in 1851 1849 John William Crosland "John", aged 1 in 1851 1824 Hannah Ramsden 1852 - 1870 Ann Crosland 18 18 1854 - 1880 John Crosland 25 25 1860 - 1877 Ramsden Crosland 17 17 Died at Paddock, aged 17.  Mother only next of Kin. 1834 - 1907 Sarah Ann Armitage 73 73 Sarah Ann, daughter of Benjamin and Ellen Armitage was born 14 May 1834 1856 Frederick Crosland There is another Frederick Crosland of Lindley born 1855, son of William Brooke Crosland and Sarah Batley. 1857 - 1907 Joe Crosland 49 49 1859 - 1899 Harry Crosland 39 39 1863 Lora (Laura) Crosland 1865 John Crosland 1867 George Willie Crosland 1869 - 1905 Eliza Ann Crosland 35 35 1866 - 1867 Walter Crfosland 11m 11m 1871 Emma Crosland What happened to Emma ? 1882 Clarence Field Crosland ~1857 Elizabeth Ann Field 1804 - 1889 John Crossland 84 84 Note: "Crossland" (i.e. not "Crosland")

In 1851, John, a spinner and Grace (46 & 47) were living in Netherthong, Honley.

In 1861, John and Grace (56 & 58) were in Huddersfield with Grace (26), Edmond (19) and John T (7)

In 1871 and 1881, living at 13 Lydgate, Newmill.
1804 - 1865 Grace Thompson 61 61 1837 Sarah Crossland In 1866, John Brier (24), son of William Broer married Sarah Crosland (29), of Lockwood, daughter of John Crosland a spinner. Edmund Crosland (brother) was a witness. 1842 John Brier In 1866, John Brier (24), son of William Broer married Sarah Crosland (29), of Lockwood, daughter of John Crosland a spinner. 1832 Thomas Crossland 1839 - 1926 Margaret Crossland 87 87 18 Jan 1864, Margaret married Peter Falcon (b.1840) 1842 - 1894 Edmund Crossland 52 52 18 Jun 1868 Edmund married Eliza Burley (1841-1926) at Huddersfield. 1844 John Thompson Crossland 1835 Grace Crossland Grace married Henry (Hary) Crowther 19 Jan 1868 at Golcar 1830 Ann Crossland 1817 - 1870 Edward Crosland 53 53 In 1836, Edward Crosland of Lindley, Cloth Dresser married Louisa Lunn.

In 1841,  Edward and Louisa Crosland (24 & 25) were at Sunny Bank as had Benjamin (4) and James (2). Benjamin was listed before the other family, so may NOT have been their son.

In 1850, Edward Crosland, son of Edward, Widower of Paddock, Huddersfield married Martha Gill Married at West Parade Chapel in Wakefield (non-conformist)

In 1851, Edward (born Lindley, employer) and Martha (33 & 34) were at Paddock Road, Huddersfield and had Benjamin L (14), James W (12) Arabella E (8) and John E (4 mo).
1816 Martha Gill 1837 Benjamin Lunn Crosland 1839 James W Crosland 1842 - 1928 Arabella Emily Crosland 86 86 1850 John Edward Crosland 1816 - 1849 Louisa Lunn 33 33 1852 - 1914 Mary Louisa Crosland 62 62 1780 Edward Crosland Edward was the son of another Edward. 1778 - 1825 Mary (Mercy) Beaumont 47 47 1799 Mary Ann Crosland 1802 - 1872 Beaumont Crosland 70 70 Q1 1855, Beaumont Married Ellen Field or Annie Swallow 1807 - 1878 Hannah Crosland 71 71 1809 - 1858 Edna Crosland 49 49 1814 - 1873 Elizabeth Crosland 59 59 1811 Joseph Crosland 1840 - 1841 Louisa Ann Crosland 9m 9m Unconfirmed daughter 1845 Edward Beaumont Crosland Austonley Austonley
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