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PostPosted: Sat Apr 05, 2008 12:27 pm 
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Date. 6th June 1850.
Where. Worsthorn.
Name. WILLIAM SUTCLIFFE.
Sex. Male.
Age. 33 years.
Occupation. Weaver.
Cause of Death. Consumption 4 months. Not certified.
Informant. X The mark of Sutcliffe Sutcliffe, present at death. Worsthorn.
Registered. 10th June 1850.
Registrar. Robert Munn.


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 06, 2008 10:18 am 
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When- 12th September 1844
Where - St James Street, Burnley
Name - Ann Sutcliffe
Sex - Female
Age - 75 years
Occupation - Widow of Joseph Sutcliffe, a grocer
Cause - Old Age
Informant - Ann Sutcliffe, present at death. St James Street, Burnley
Registered - 18th September 1844
Registrar - Thomas Sutcliffe

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When- 13th November 1838
Where - Stoops, Habergham Eaves
Name - Jane Sutcliffe
Sex - Female
Age - 19 years
Occupation - Dress maker
Cause - Consumption
Informant - Thomas Sutcliffe, father, Stoops, Habergham Eaves. Present at death.
Registered - 15th November
Registrar - Thomas Sutcliffe

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Date. 22nd October 1865.
Where. Hurstwood.
Name. RUSHTON SUTCLIFFE.
Sex. Male.
Age. 7 years.
Occupation. Son of Ann Sutcliffe, now wife of William Crossley, a Masons labourer.
Cause of Death. Scarlet Fever. Not certified.
Informant. X The mark of William Crossley, present at death. Hurstwood.
Registered. 23rd October 1865.
Registrar. Robert Munn.


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Mel wrote:
When- 13th November 1838
Where - Stoops, Habergham Eaves
Name - Jane Sutcliffe
Sex - Female
Age - 19 years
Occupation - Dress maker
Cause - Consumption
Informant - Thomas Sutcliffe, father, Stoops, Habergham Eaves. Present at death.
Registered - 15th November
Registrar - Thomas Sutcliffe


Strange that the informant (FATHER)and the Registrar had the same name :roll:

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It is, there was a registrar by the name of Thomas Sutcliffe way back then. Never figured out which Thomas he is (though I have not tried to!)

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Mel wrote:
When- 12th September 1844
Where - St James Street, Burnley
Name - Ann Sutcliffe
Sex - Female
Age - 75 years
Occupation - Widow of Joseph Sutcliffe, a grocer
Cause - Old Age
Informant - Ann Sutcliffe, present at death. St James Street, Burnley
Registered - 18th September 1844
Registrar - Thomas Sutcliffe


I wonder if Ann informed the registrar of her own death? :shock:

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The mind boggles :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

We would have to presume it was her daughter or daughter in law eh :!:

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Or one of the Lancashire witches with the 'sight' :lol:

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Date. 21st July 1917.
Where. 3 Howsin Street, Burnley.
Name. WILLIAM SUTCLIFFE.
Sex. Male.
Age. 70 years.
Occupation. Formerly a Cotton Carder.
Cause of Death. 1. Cerebral Haemorrhage, 2 months.
2. Asthenia.
certified by G. Astin. L.R.C.P.
Informant. J.T. Sutcliffe, Son. 166 Tulteth Brow, Ashton, Preston.
Registered. 23rd July 1917.
Registrar. A.A. Bellingham.


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Burnley Express and News, March 2, 1940 - pg. 4
SUTCLIFFE- On February 24, at her home, 11 Burnley road, Briercliffe, Mary Alice the beloved wife of Willie Sutcliffe. Interred, Briercliffe Church. February 27th.


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This is the gravestone for Willie and Mary Alice. Kris I think they are in your line of Sutcliffes.
http://www.briercliffesociety.co.uk/Grave%20Stones/St%20James%20the%20Great/S/Sutcliffe.htm

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My mistake...they are distantly in my lot, not yours.

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Burnley Express and News, March 2, 1940 - pg. 4
SUTCLIFFE- On February 24, at her home, 11 Burnley road, Briercliffe, Mary Alice the beloved wife of Willie Sutcliffe. Interred, Briercliffe Church. February 27th.


Burnley Express and News, March 2nd, 1940. pg. 4.
THE LATE MRS. M. A. SUTCLIFFE
Following a long illness, the death occurred at her home last Saturday morning of Mrs. Mary Alice Sutcliffe (70), wife of Mr. Willie Sutcliffe, of 11, Burnley road, Harle Syke. Born at Lanehead, she had lived practically the whole of her life in the Briercliffe district, and from her youth had been connected with the St. James’s Parish Church and Sunday school. She was also an active member of the Mother’s Union until her health failed. Her husband, four sons and one daughter survive her. The funeral took place last Tuesday afternoon in the St. James’s churchyard, the service being conducted by the vicar (Rev. A. B. Dex, M.A.) Floral tributes were sent by: - Sorrowing husband and family; grandchildren Edna and Mildred; Irene, Edward and David; Audrey, Olga and Sylvia; Terry; William, Robert and Maria; Mrs. T. Robinson and family (Waterloo, Liverpool); Alf and Harold; Sarah Alice, Herbert and Harold; Mr. and Mrs. T. Atkinson and family; Mr. and Mrs. W. Rogers and Willie Robert; Aunt Ada, Nellie and Joe; Arnold; Mr. and Mrs. J. Nuttall and Arnold; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whittaker; Mr. and Mrs. O. Robinson; Sarah and Arthur; Hilda, Elsie and Frances; Mrs. Wood (Holme); Mr and Mrs. T. Wiseman; Mrs. Bracewell and Lily (Nelson); Mrs. Nuttall; Mr. and Mrs. J. Baldwin and family; Mrs. M. Sutcliffe and family; Elsie, Jim and John; the family of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. Barker; Mr and Mrs. Wilfred Nuttall; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest West and Clifford; Miss Stuttard and Mrs. Bailey; Mr. and Mrs. J. Fell and Bobby; Elizabeth; Alan and Hilda (Cornholme); the staff at the farm (Holme); Mrs. Storey; Mrs. Kippax. Arrangements by John Atkinson, Ltd. Harle Syke.


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Mary A Sutcliffe's maiden name was Robinson.
Her husband, Willie, was the son of Thomas Sutcliffe and Mary Ann (Brierley?).

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