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 Post subject: Duerden/Dearden/Duerdin
PostPosted: Mon Aug 10, 2009 1:23 pm 

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Hi
I just wondered if anyone could point me in the right direction. I have traced my ancestors back to William Duerden b.1808 who lived at Spring House. I now know he was married twice once in 1830 at St. Peters to Jane Hitchon and again in 1849 to Ann/Nancy Stansfield at Haggate. On the marriage certificate his father is named as Richard Duerden a weaver. I just wondered if anyone had access to a list of Duerden births similar to those listed for Proctors, or could tell me where Richard Duerden was in 1841. I know William was living with Jane then at Higher Timber Hill and the name appears as Dearden.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 10, 2009 1:50 pm 
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Hi Anne, I have looked for Richard in the 1841 but cannot see him, however, I have found a death which could be him.
Richard Duerden
Year of Registration: 1839
Quarter of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec
District: Burnley
County: Lancashire, Yorkshire - West Riding
Volume: 21
Page: 179

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 10, 2009 2:02 pm 
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This may be nothing at all to do with your Richard Duerden but I looked for someone who could be his widow in 1851 census and found this lady living as mother-in-law. Did William have a sister Ellen?
Ralp Landless 37
Ellen Landless 39
William Landless 19
John Landless 16
Margaret Landless 12
Sarah Landless 12
James Landless 10
George Landless 8
Hannah Landless 7
Isabella Landless 5
Thomas Landless 3
Elizabeth Landless 1
Margt Duerden 77

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 10, 2009 2:28 pm 

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Hi

Thanks for the replies - I do not know if William Duerden b.1808 had any brothers or sisters, although I assume he must - in 1841 he was living with Jane Hitchon and 3 sons Richard b. 1834 (burried at Haggate with Elizabeth Stansfield)who married a Mary Emmett, Robert b. 1837 who married Hannah Taylor at Haggate on Xmas day 1856 and then died on 1/7/1857, and John b.1839 who married as his second wife in 1869 Mercy Leigh.
As William's second marriage to Ann/Nancy Stansfield took place in 1849 and his father is stated as Richard Duerden a weaver I assume he was still living, I do not know if certificates always stated if the father was living or had died.
Also I have found on the 1861 census that a member of Hartley Emmett's family - Lawrence Emmett b.1830 was living at Spring House from the tree submitted to yout Web site by Kristian Baxter - how could I contact this person to see if he has any information about the Duerdens.
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You can send Kris a private message (pm) by going to the members section at the top of the page. Or if you sit and wait I am sure he will read this and respond.

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Sorry Anne, I should have told you to look under Leaver in the members. That is the name he goes under.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 10, 2009 5:49 pm 
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Hi marlholes, I am also researching Duerden’s, but unfortunately, it is not the same family. You might get lucky if you contact Ray Duerden at http://www.rayduerden.co.uk/ (Duerden christenings http://www.rayduerden.co.uk/index6a.htm )

Also, have you seen this grave?

Section C Grave 52
Headstone
In
Memory
of
William DUERDEN
of
Spring House,
Briercliffe,
who died January 8th 1883
in the 76th year of his age.
Also Ann, his wife
who died February 12th
1892, aged 78 years.
Also Donald BROWN,
Grandson of the above
who died December 15th
1901, aged 3 years.
Also William, the dearly
beloved husband of
Mary Ann BROWN,
who died October 20th 1934
in his 78th year.
Also Mary Ann,
wife of the above
who died August 6th 1937
in her 81st year.
http://www.briercliffesociety.co.uk/Gra ... uerden.htm


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