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HAIGH family 1841

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1841
HO107 Piece/Book 1275/5 Folio 47 Page 36
Civil Parish: Huddersfield
County: Yorkshire (West Riding)
Registration District: Huddersfield
Sub-RD: Huddersfield
ED: 6
Address: Bradley's Buildings
Jonn. Haigh 45 ... ? Y
Mary Ann 35 Y
Sarah 15 Y
Bradley 12 Y
Saml. 8 Y
Jane Sayles 15 F.S. Y

Jonn transcribed at Jona Heigh and Mary Ann do as Mary Anna so children become Sarah Anna, Bradley Anna, Saml. Anna.

Anyway, looking for Jonathan's occupation, thanks.

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Thanks Emeltee.


Samuel ended up in Australia.

Death Reg# 8937
HAIGH Saml
Father: HAIGH Jonathan
Mother: Mary Ann STYRING
Age: 72
Death Place: Hawth
Year: 1904
Reg Place: Victoria

Don't yet have anything on Jonathan after 1841.

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This does not help

The Huddersfield Chronicle and West Yorkshire Advertiser (West Yorkshire, England), Saturday, May 22, 1858; pg. 8; Issue 427. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.
MARRIAGE
On the 17th February, at the Congregational Chapel, Melbourne, Australia, by the Rev. W. B. Landells, Mr. Samuel Haigh, late of this town, to Sarah Jane, eldest Daughter of Mr. James Hirst, of Halifax.
 

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Just found this

Samuel Haigh
Event Type Baptism
Christening Date 23 Sep 1832
Christening Place Highfield, Yorkshire
Father's Name Jonathan Haigh
Mother's Name Mary Ann
Affiliate Publication Number RG4_3016

FS says no image available.
 

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W C not on the list of known abbreviations for 1841.

Samuel became a draper as did Bradley.

1856 VIC Electoral Roll - Melbourne - St. Paul's
HAIGH Samuel, South Yarra, draper - house 58 Collins street
HAIGH Bradley, South Yarra, draper - house 58 Collins street


Deaths Sep 1844
HAIGH Jonathan Huddersfield 22 168
Deaths Dec 1846
Haigh Jonathan Huddersfield 22 222
Deaths Sep 1851
HAIGH Jonathan Huddersfield 22 267
 

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https://undergroundhistories.wordpr...ctories-of-the-huddersfield-area-c-1790-1914/

HC Huddersfield Chronicle
1855. HC 17 Feb: Samuel Wood Haigh, Colne Bridge, cotton spinner and Jonathan Haigh, executors of late Thomas Haigh, shareholders in West Riding Union Banking Co.

That's a different Samuel as the one in my tree arrived in Australia in 1853. Mother-in-law is Lucy Wood so that's a coincidence.

Can't find anything that helps.
 
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If he died between 1841 and 1851 I don't think you have a chance of finding his death as, apart from the three Jonathans mentioned in an earlier post there are at least 64 John Haighs died in Huddersfield!

I have looked for the family in other Censuses but no joy, well not in Huddersfield anyway.

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Thanks Emeltee.

Yes. I'm finding nothing more that helps.


This one not in my tree.

Samuel Wood Haigh
Christening Date 23 May 1810
Christening Place Huddersfield, Yorkshire
Birthplace SLAITHWAITE
Father's Name Thomas Haigh

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1851
HO107 Piece 2295 Folio 543 Page 34
Civil Parish: Huddersfield
County: Yorkshire (West Riding)
Registration District: Huddersfield
Sub-RD: Huddersfield
ED: 21
No of Schedule: 134
Address: South St
William Watkinson Head Mar 30 ... ? Huddersfield Yorkshire

Occupation for William thanks.

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Thanks Peter.

I think it might be employing ... Assistants and ... Apprentices but the numbers don't seem to tally with the number of assistants and apprentices in the census.

Possibly hosiery = gloves so Glover ?

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