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The Burnley News. Wednesday, January 16, 1924
FOUND DEAD IN BED.
RETIRED FARMER’S SUDDEN END AT BURNLEY
A verdict of “Death from natural causes” was returned at an inquest at Burnley on Monday on the body of Lonsdale Sutcliffe (64), retired farmer, 5, Cog-square.
It was stated that Sutcliffe had suffered from bronchitis for some time, but had not received medical attention. On Saturday noon Patrick Webster, of 159, Accrington-road, Burnley, called at the house, but could not obtain any answer to his inquiries. Mr. Walker, a joiner, effected an entrance through the bedroom window, and found Sutcliffe lying dead in bed.
Dr. Clegg was called in, and said that death was probably due to bronchitis and hear failure.


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The Manchester Times

Saturday May 24 1851

Sudden Death

A painful case of sudden death took place on Thursday morning last, in Burnley. It appears that Mr. William Sutcliffe, cabinetmaker, retired to rest on Wednesday night in excellent health; he was, however, taken ill during the night, and before medical assistance had arrived he ceased to exist. The deceased was highly respected, and his sudden departure will be felt as a deep loss, both by his family and his numerous friends.

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HI
just been trawling through the cemetry records for Sucliffes ,and dont know if any are yours Kris or Mel ,but what a coincidence some of there places of residence are where I live, near where I live, or familly have lived there. 51 Piccadilly rd, I was born in 1960 and lived at 67 piccadilly rd, I have a good friend age 92 living at 3 sefton terrace, I had familly living in Riding st, Brassey st, Coal Clough Lane ,My dad was a member of The Clarion Social Club, Smirthwaite st, I now live at 318 Cog Lane , nr Cog st, Accrington rd, Woodtop, Elmwood st Stoops , Hargher clough, all mentoined . If any wants any info or photos of anything up my end of town please let me know

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 21, 2008 4:03 pm 
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Thanks Elaine, that is really kind of you.

One or two of the Sutcliffes in the records are in my tree, others I have on file for one reason or another. I think some of them do also feature in Kris's tree.

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Hi Elaine, this is kind offer, thank you.

Some of my relations lived at Cog Lane (although I cannot remember who at this time), and I am interested in the Brooks photographic studio of Coal Clough Lane. If you have time, would you take a photo of these streets please? Maybe Mel can add them to the site.

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No problem, just av to take my son with me hes a better camera than me (dissposable). But it will be nearer weekend got a few things on beginning of the week.

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Burnley Express and News, July 1943
SUTCLIFFE.-On July 2nd Robert Sutcliffe, Briercliffe road, aged 61.


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Burnley Express and News, June 23, 1943
MRS. M. H. SUTCLIFFE
The funeral took place on Saturday of Mrs. Minnie Hartlett Sutcliffe (81), of 20, Grenfell-avenue, Layton. Mrs. Sutcliffe, who was the widow of Mr. William Lever Sutcliffe, retired from business in Rochdale about 19 years ago. Previously she had been in business at 37, Parish-street, Padiham, for many years. The funeral took place from the home of her niece, Miss E. Lambert, 18, Station-road, Padiham. The Rev. J. T. Pendleton officiated at the internment in Padiham Cemetery. Arrangements by Burnley Co-op.


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Burnley Express and News, January 30, 1943.
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SUTCLIFFE.-On Jan. 27th, aged 71 years, James Sutcliffe, of 75, Manchester-road, Southport. Interred, Haggate Burial Ground, Jan. 29th.


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Mr. J. Sutcliffe
The funeral took place at Haggate interment ground yesterday of Mr. James Sutcliffe, (71), a Burnley-born man, who died at his home, 75, Manchester-road, Southport, on Wednesday. His brother resides at 81, Williams-road, Burnley. Funeral arrangements were carried out by Harlings, Yorkshire-street.

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From Obituary Index for Burnley Advertiser at Burnley Reference Library (Date of death, not date of newspaper)

SUTCLIFFE John - On the 21st inst., John Sutcliffe, Fenny Moor Foot, aged 66. 21/4/1866
SUTCLIFFE - On the 12th inst., George Sutcliffe, Coal-street, aged 75. 26/5/1866
SUTCLIFFE - on the second inst., John Sutcliffe, Holt Hill, aged 14. 29/9/1866

SUTCLIFFE Hannah 22/1/1866 of Standish Street aged 71.
SUTCLIFFE Susan 18/3/1866 of Corn Holme aged 65

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Mel wrote:
Kris is this one of yours?
http://www.briercliffesociety.co.uk/Grave%20Stones/Haggate%20Chapel/S/Sutcliffe1.htm
In Loving Memory of
Ronald SUTCLIFFE
Died 8th January 1988
Aged 84 years.
And his wife
Dorothy Mabel SUTCLIFFE
Died 10th April 1993
Aged 79 years

Marmaduke Miller Sutcliffe has a son who is only named as Ronnie in my file...is this him I wonder?


I think Ronnie could be Rennie Kris

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http://www.briercliffesociety.co.uk/New ... etter=4007
Near the bottom of Newsletter No 13, there is the mention of the death of Ernest Sutcliffe.

I think Ernest was in your tree Kris, son of Marmaduke & Bertha Sutcliffe. I believe this is the death and birth reference for him.

Ernest Ewart Sutcliffe
Birth Date: 3 Jul 1914
Death Registration Month/Year: Sep 1985
Age at death (estimated): 71
Registration district: Manchester
Inferred County: Lancashire
Volume: 38
Page: 1334

birth 3/4 1914 Ernest E Sutcliffe Pickles Burnley 8e 303

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Haggate Baptist Chapel

Nanny Sutcliffe from Yeomans
Briercliffe Buried April 29 1846

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Burnley Express and News

February 27 1943

SUTCLIFFE - In loving memory of a dear mother, who died Feb. 22nd. 1940.
Deep in our hearts your memory is kept,
For those who loved you will never forget.
From Daughter Annie, 37 Scarlett-street; Son cyril and family, Yorkshire.


1941 – SUTCLIFFE Fred of 37 Scarlett street, Burnley died 24 September 1941, at the Municipal Hospital Burnley. Probate Lancaster, 28 November to Cyril Sutcliffe, engineer labourer and Annie Sutcliffe, spinster. Effects £2933 17s. 4d.

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