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RG9 Piece 3255 Folio 89 Page 26 Schedule 134
Place: Almondbury -West Riding of Yorkshire Enumeration District: 5
Civil Parish: Almondbury Ecclesiastical Parish: Lockwood
Address: 943 Newsome Cross
Surname First name(s) Rel Status *** Age Occupation Where Born Remarks
BARRACLOUGH Jacob Head W M 51 Blacking Maker Yorkshire - Kirkburton
BARRACLOUGH Sarah Dau U F 22 Dress Maker Yorkshire - Almondbury
ARMITAGE Martha Lodger U F 37 Dress Maker Yorkshire - Almondbury

I'd like a look up please for Martha in 1871.

Also, is the address 943 ?


Not found in 1871, but this is interesting in 1851, she says is Jacob's sister and is married. Same address.

Civil Parish: Almondbury
County: Yorkshire
RD: Huddersfield
Sub-RD: Almondbury
ED: 1a; HO107; Piece: 2294; Folio: 7; Page: 7

Jacob Barraclough 42 [b. Kirkburton. Blacking manufacturer]
M Barraclough 39 [do]
John Barraclough 18 son [b. Almondbury. Stone mason]
J Barraclough 16 son [do. Joiner app]
B Barraclough 14 son [do. Errand boy]
S Barraclough 10 dau [do. Scolar]
C A Barraclough 9 dau [do. do]
Martha Armitage 27 mar. sister [do. Cotton Warper]
Yes, the marriage bit is very strange. She is a sister-in-law.

Baptism in Kirkburton for a Mary Armitage 2.3.1812 (born 7.2.1812) d/o James & Betty. Abode: Highburton. No other details given.

Baptised 14.3.1824 Martha Armitage d/o James, a mason & Betty (nee Oxley) abode: Newsome

12 years diff in age as per census.

1851 page 6 or page 7 or both for the full household?
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