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Family Tree - Dave Pickles

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Christening records suggest there may have been other children in the gap between the first two.

In 1841 Thomas and Zilpah were both servants at Town Hill House, Bradford (near Wakefield Road). Ten years later 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? Later they moved to Leeds together with the nephew) and ran a butchers shop. They had one son, Thomas Whitaker Pickles who married in 1878 and lived in Bingley; the marriage was childless.

Robert and Hannah lived in Bingley all their lives except for a period around 1860 when they were in Kildwick, and worked in the weaving trade. They had three children. In 1851 Caroline was living with them in Bingley.

Dineley disappears after 1841. There was a Dinley Pickles, coal miner later grocer in Methley, Leeds, who was born in 1831 the son of a Thomas Pickles and died in 1880, but there is no proven link to this family.

Caroline married in 1859 to a widower 17 years her senior and with 5 grown-up children. Initially a Corn Miller, in 1861 he was innkeeper at the Globe Inn, Toller Lane, Bradford. However by 1871 he was a labourer in Bingley. The couple had three children of their own including a pair of twins named Thomas and Zilpha after her eldest brother and his wife.

The parents and all of the other children disappear between 1841 and 1851.
The cited information was sourced from Electronic Document (email, file) published on September 5th, 2007 The author/originator was David Pickles. This citation is considered to be secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
Family history synopsis and GedCom file. 
  • Source Notes
      Dave Pickles has a written synopsis of the Pickles (see above), William Henry Briggs (m. Ann Harman), Harry Pickles (m. Charity Hinton) and Ickeningill families (not included here).  He reports that all the families have now left the Bradford ares.

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