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William & Sarah HIRST

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1851
HO107 Piece 2294 Folio 177 Page 17
Civil Parish: Almondbury
County: Yorkshire (West Riding)
Registration District: Huddersfield
Sub-RD: Almondbury
ED: 1h
No of Schedule: 71
Address: 1017 Newsome
William Hirst Head Mar 54 Hand Loom Weaver Burton Yorkshire
Sarah Hirst Wife Mar 55 Almondbury Yorkshire
Reuben Hirst Son Unm 21 Coton Twister Almondbury Yorkshire
William Hirst Son Unm 19 Coton Twister Almondbury Yorkshire
Simpson Hirst Son 12 Scholar Almondbury Yorkshire

Looking for William and Sarah in 1861 and their death and burials.

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Dave, a bit of a long shot.

RG09. 3256/80. Page 9
William Hirst. 62 single. Woollen weaver. Uncle in law.
In household of Robert Liversidge. Almondsbury.

I admit a very loose fit, but wondering if taken by nephew/niece after death of wife.
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Sarah Hirst
Christening: 25 Dec 1821
Event Place: Almondbury, Yorkshire, England
Gender: Female
Father's Name: John Hirst
Mother's Name: Susanh.
 

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I can't find John and Susannah with daughter Sarah in Almondbury in 1841.

William and John would be brothers.

If he was a widower then no reason to put unmarried in 1861 census.
 
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