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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2007 5:56 pm 
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I don't they are Portia. They are of the Barrowford lot. Best try and stick with the Briercliffe connection.

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When- 14 May 1912
Where - 11 Burnley Road, Briercliffe
Name - Thomas Sutcliffe
Sex - Male
Age -77 years
Occupation - Formerly a cotton weaver.
Cause - Senile decay 1 year. Cardiac failure. Certified by A.M.Donaldson
Informant - Willie Sutcliffe. Son. 11 Burnley Road, Briercliffe.
Registered - 15 May 1912
Registrar - J Hawhensall?

Kris, this is the Thomas who I think had a Leaver mother. He lived with Leavers in 1841 HO107/506/15 folio 8 pg 8 Banks, Briercliffe with Extwistle
and with my Sutcliffes in 1851 at HO107/2251 folio 131 pg 17 Yeomans

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Location: Staffordshire
When- Dead body found 26 August 1934
Where - Leeds and Liverpool Canal near Reedyford Bridge Nelson
Name - James Henry Sutcliffe
Sex - Male
Age - About 62 years
Occupation - of 54 Halifax Road Briercliffe. Widower. Cotton weaver.
Cause - Drowned himself in the water of the Canal while not of sound mind. No PM
Informant - Certificate received from Frank Rowland Coroner for County of Lancaster Inquest held 27th August 1934.
Registered - 28 August 1934
Registrar - J W Stevens

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Mel wrote:
When- 14 May 1912
Where - 11 Burnley Road, Briercliffe
Name - Thomas Sutcliffe
Sex - Male
Age -77 years
Occupation - Formerly a cotton weaver.
Cause - Senile decay 1 year. Cardiac failure. Certified by A.M.Donaldson
Informant - Willie Sutcliffe. Son. 11 Burnley Road, Briercliffe.
Registered - 15 May 1912
Registrar - J Hawhensall?

Kris, this is the Thomas who I think had a Leaver mother. He lived with Leavers in 1841 HO107/506/15 folio 8 pg 8 Banks, Briercliffe with Extwistle
and with my Sutcliffes in 1851 at HO107/2251 folio 131 pg 17 Yeomans


This must be his wife

1902 – SUTCLIFFE Mary Ann of 11 Burnley road, Briercliffe, Lancashire (wife of Thomas Sutcliffe) died 28 December 1901. Administration Lancaster, 13 January to the said Thomas Sutcliffe, caretaker. Effects £171. 7s. 2d.

I wonder if this is a relation.

1910 – SUTCLIFFE Joshua of South View 17 Burnley Road, Briercliffe, Lancashire, died 20 February 1910. Administration London, 30 March to John Sutcliffe, joiner. Effects £2,459 11s. 1d.


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Yes, thats his wife Kris.

I can account for Joshua, he is no relation as far as I can see.

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 15, 2008 5:44 pm 
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When- 11 July 1855
Where - Hill End, Briercliffe
Name - Sarah Sutcliffe
Sex - Female
Age - 2 years
Occupation - Daughter of Hudson Sutcliffe, an engine tenter.
Cause - Drowning by accidentally falling into a wash mug. Instant death.
Informant - H.U.Hargreaves, Deputy coroner, Blackburn.
Registered - 28 Sep 1855
Registrar - Robert Munn


The Preston Guardian
Saturday July 21 1855

Inquest
On Monday last, an inquest was held at Hill End, Briercliffe, before Mr. H.U.Hargreaves, deputy coroner, on the body of Sarah Sutcliffe, aged two years, daughter of Hudson Sutcliffe, engine tenter, who was drowned by accidentally falling into a washing mug on the 11th inst. Verdict accordingly.

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When- 8th June 1848.
Where- Foulds House, Briercliffe.
Name- WILLIAM SUTCLIFFE.
Sex- Male.
Age- 3years.
Occupation- Son of John Sutcliffe, Farmer.
Cause- Croop, 18hours.
Informant- John Sutcliffe, present at death, Foulds House Briercliffe.
Registered- 10th June 1848.
Registrar- Robert Munn.


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When- 25th September 1858.
Where- Birchenlee, Marsden.
Name- WILLIAM SUTCLIFFE.
Sex- Male.
Age- 41years.
Occupation- Farmer.
Cause- Diabetes 2years. No Medical attendant.
Informant- John Sutcliffe present at the death, Birchenlee Marsden.
Registered- 1st October 1858.
Registrar- John Conyers.


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When- 23rd October 1871.
Where- Union Workhouse Burnley.
Name- SUTCLIFFE SUTCLIFFE.
Sex- Male.
Age- 83years.
Occupation- Cotton Weaver.
Cause- Old Age. Certified.
Informant- Hargreaves Petty present at death. Union Workhouse Burnley.
Registered- 25th October 1871.
Registrar- Robert Munn.


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I can match the William Sutcliffe who died in 1858 as the son of Samuel Sutcliffe and Susan Tattersall, he was birth details are (from the IGI)

WILLIAM SUTCLIFFE
Male
Event(s):
Birth: 12 AUG 1816 Particular Baptist, Colne, Lancashire, England
Parents:
Father: SAMUEL SUTCLIFFE Family
Mother: SUSAN
Source Information:
Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Typ
C091751 1778 - 1836 0560879 (RG4 1033) Film 6904338 Film

I assume Sutcliffe Sutcliffe is the one born at Worsthorne in about 1788.

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When- 8th June 1848.
Where- Foulds House, Briercliffe.
Name- WILLIAM SUTCLIFFE.
Sex- Male.
Age- 3years.
Occupation- Son of John Sutcliffe, Farmer.
Cause- Croop, 18hours.
Informant- John Sutcliffe, present at death, Foulds House Briercliffe.
Registered- 10th June 1848.
Registrar- Robert Munn.



This is the census reference for Williams parents in 1841
HO107/507/6 folio 23 pg 16 Mount Pleasant, Cliviger

and 1851
HO107/2251/1 folio 128 pg 10 Fowls house, Briercliffe

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Thanks Mel. :) Stephanie.


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Do you have many more Sutcliffe documents to get Stephanie, it might be worth our while to compare notes. I'll send you a PM.

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 21, 2008 9:02 am 
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When- 11 July 1855
Where - Hill End, Briercliffe
Name - Sarah Sutcliffe
Sex - Female
Age - 2 years
Occupation - Daughter of Hudson Sutcliffe, an engine tenter.
Cause - Drowning by accidentally falling into a wash mug. Instant death.
Informant - H.U.Hargreaves, Deputy coroner, Blackburn.
Registered - 28 Sep 1855
Registrar - Robert Munn


The Preston Guardian
Saturday July 21 1855

Inquest
On Monday last, an inquest was held at Hill End, Briercliffe, before Mr. H.U.Hargreaves, deputy coroner, on the body of Sarah Sutcliffe, aged two years, daughter of Hudson Sutcliffe, engine tenter, who was drowned by accidentally falling into a washing mug on the 11th inst. Verdict accordingly.


Liverpool Mercury

Friday July 20 1855

On Monday, an inquest was held at the Hare and Hounds, Briercliffe-with-Extwistle, on view of the body of sarah Sutcliffe, aged two years, who was drowned on Wednesday night in a mug which ocntained soap suds, and which stood outside the house in which her mother lived. The mother had left the child for a few minutes for the purpose of making a bed upstairs, and when she came down she found her quite dead.

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31/08/1900 Joseph Sutcliffe M 64 0 Belvedere Road 3290


I think this is grave number 3290
http://www.briercliffesociety.co.uk/Gra ... liffe1.htm

This is a side panel form the same stone
http://www.briercliffesociety.co.uk/Gra ... liffe2.htm

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