Church - see Family 3
William and Kate
William 1842 born in Lamerton.
He is the son of Emanuel and Jane and the
grandson of Thomas 1788 and Elizabeth Burden
In 1851 William is living with
his parents in Lamerton. He moves away, like his brothers Thomas and John,
but to Lancashire. Like his brothers, he works as a miner but a coal miner.
There's no sign of him in the 1871 census but he's probably in Lancashire as he marries Kate Angove in Rochdale in June, 1873. The census records
her as born in Redruth in 1848 - in 1871, she is a factory operative, living with her widowed mother, Ann, and siblings in Spotland in Rochdale.
In 1881, they live in Ince
in Makerfield near Wigan - at 23 Ince Green Lane and her widowed mother and 16 year old sister, Edith, are both living with them. William dies in
1883 and Catherine dies
in 1885, both at Ince.
- daughter Mary Jane 1875
born in Ince in Wakerfield. She marries Thomas Green in Ince in 1900.
A year later in 1901, they are living at 11 Keble St, Ince. The family is still living there in 1911. Thomas is
a coal miner. In 1908, they have a son, William Uglow Green. Mary Jane's sisters, Edith and Elizabeth Ann, are living
with them in both the 1901 and 1911 censuses.
- daughter Elizabeth 1876
born in Ince in Wakerfield. She dies in 1878
- son Richard John 1879 born
in Ince in Wakerfield. He dies in 1880
- daughter Edith 1880 born
in Ince in Wakerfield. In 1901and 1911, she is living at 11 Keble St, Ince with
her sisters Elizabeth Ann and Mary Jane, and brother in law, Thomas Green. In 1901 she is working
as a tailoress but by 1911 this is a 'sewing machinist (tailoring)'. She marries Mr Asprey in Wigan in 1912
- daughter Elizabeth Ann 1883
born in Ince in Wakerfield. In 1901 and 1911, she is living at 11 Keble St, Ince
with her sisters, Edith and Mary Jane, and brother in law, Thomas Green. She is
working as a cotton mill hand - in 1911, she is a 'cotton spinner'. Unmarried, she dies in Ince in 1969.
John George and Elizabeth Fannon
John George 1844 born in Warbstow,
the son of George and Mary Jenkins and the
grandson of John and Jenny Chapman.
In 1851 he is in Downinney, Warbstow. His father has died and he is living with grandmother, Jenny, and mother, Mary, who is working as a schoolmistress. It's not easy to find John on the censuses in 1861 or 1871 but we know that he moves to Lancashire as in 1868 he marries Elizabeth Fannon
in Chorlton. An IGI record tells us that Elizabeth was born in 1848, probably 3rd quarter, in Manchester.
He works as a cordwainer. The couple are not lucky - they have ten children, six of whom (including two sets of twins) die in infancy and Francis only lives until 36. In 1881, they live at 18 Moorhouse
St. Salford and John George is working as a cordwainer. The 3 boys, Francis,
Austin and Frederick, are with them as is Elizabeth's brother, Francis
- a 42 year old bachelor and labouring at the gas works.
In 1891, they are at 16 Arthur St. - John is a shoemaker with their four sons. 1901, they are living at
40 Coomassie St., Pendleton in West Salford. John is still a bootmaker
and Francis, Austin and Amos are living with them.
Elizabeth dies in 1901 (55)
and John George in 1909, both in Salford RD.
- son Amos 1869 born in Salford
but dies the same year
- daughter Mary Angela
1869 born in Salford but dies the same year
- daughter Elizabeth 1871
born in Chorlton but dies in 1872
- son Wilfred 1871 born in
Chorlton but dies in 1872
- son Francis Edward 1872
born in Chorlton. In 1881, 1891 and 1901, he is living with his parents. He is working as a brickmaker. He dies
in Salford in 1906
- son Austin 1874 born in
Chorlton. In 1881, 1891 and 1901, he is living with his parents. He is working as a chain maker. After the death of his parents, in 1911, he moves to 9 Earl St where he and his brother Amos share three rooms. Austin fills out the census form with some difficulty - writing does not come easily. He states that he is a labourer in an iron factory but is 'not working'. He dies in
Manchester in 1941
- son Frederick William 1876
born in Chorlton. In 1898 he marries Jessie Pollard - Family
2a. He dies in Manchester in 1939.
- daughter Lily 1878 born
in Chorlton. She dies in Salford in 1880
- son Albert Edward born in
Slaford. He dies the same year
- son Amos 1883 born in Salford.
In 1891 and 1901, he is living with his parents. He is working as a rope maker. After the death of his parents, in 1911 he moves to 9 Earl St where he and his brother Austin share three rooms. Amos is a 'twine twister' in a rope manufactory. In the war, he enlists as a private in the Manchester
Regiment and (?) later in the Royal Defence Corps.
In 1920, he marries Mary Emily Cowell, born Pendleton in March 1894. He dies in Manchester
in 1958 and Mary in 1970.
- son John 1924 born in Salford. In 1964, he marries Mabel Robinson (born 1912) in Manchester. John dies in 1996 and Mabel in 2000, both in Manchester.
Frederick William and Jessie Pollard
Frederick William 1876 is born
in Hulme. He is the son of John George and Elizabeth
Fannon and the grandson
of George and Mary Jenkins .
In 1881, Frederick is living with his parents at 18 Moorhouse
St. Salford. In 1891, they are at 16 Arthur St. In 1898 he marries Jessie Pollard.
She was born in Manchester in 1880. In 1901, they are living at 31 Major
St., Pendleton - Frederick is working as a chain maker. In 1911, the family of five are living in three rooms at 40 Bishop St., Pendleton. Frederick describes himself as a stoker at Dyers(?).
The National Roll of the Great War has Frederick William (I assume that this is Frederick and not his son!) enlisting as a private in the Lancashire Volunteers, volunteering in May 1915. He went to France in January 1916 where he served at Richebourg-St Vaast, Neuve Chapelle, the Somme, Guillemont, Trones Wood and Arras - he was wounded at Arras, invalided home and discharged as medically unfit in 1918. He holds the General Service and Victory medals.
After the war, they lived in 31 Worsley Street, Hulme. He dies in Manchester
in 1939 and Jessie in 1942.
- son Frederick William 1900 born
in Salford - he marries Alexandra Alice Bradbury - Family
- daughter Lilian 1902 born
in Major St, Pendleton. In 1911, Lilly is living with his parents. In 1927 she marries James Garratt at St Lawrence,
Westminster St, Manchester
- daughter Elsie 1904 born
in Salford. She dies in 1908
- son Wilfred 1906 born in
Salford. In 1911, he is living with his parents. He marries Gladys Massey Brown in 1932 - Gladys was born in Manchester in 1906. They both die in Manchester in 1973.
- daughter June 1932
born in Manchester. She marries Eric Lockwood in Manchester in
- daughter Jean 1942
born in Manchester. She (probably) marries James Shaw in Manchester
- daughter Dorothy 1945
born in Manchester. She marries Kevin Chamberlain in Manchester
in 1963. Their children include Lesley 1963, Keith 1965 and Deborah 1967
Frederick William and Alexandra Alice Bradbury
Frederick William 1899 is born
in Salford. He is the son of Frederick William
1876 and Jessie Pollard and the grandson of John
George and Elizabeth Fannon .
In 1901 and 1911, he is living with his parents. He
marries Alexandra Alice Bradbury in 1926 in Manchester. Alexandra was born in 1902 near Salford - she dies in Manchester in 1964. Frederick dies in 1981 in Manchester.
- son Norman 1926 born in
Barton. In 1952 he marries Olive M Vann in Manchester
- daughter Vanessa J 1954
born in Manchester. She marries Mr McLeish in Manchester in 1972
- son Norman James 1956 born
in Manchester. He marries Bernadette M. McCaffrey in Manchester
in 1977 - they emigrate to Australia in 1989
- daughter Joleen
Maria 1980 born in Manchester
- daughter Natalie
Louise1983 born in Manchester
- son Jamie Lee
1987 born in Wigan
- son Steven 1992 born in Australia
- daughter Pamela J 1958
born in Manchester. She marries Mr Dempster in Manchester in 1976
- son Frederick K 1929 born
- son Raymond 1931 born in
Barton. He marries Edna Winskill in Manchester in 1953. Edna was
born in 1932 in Manchester and died there in 1967. Raymond remarries
- Annie Corrigan, born in 1929 and dies in Manchester in 2002. Raymond dies in 2005
- daughter Susan 1955
born in Manchester
- daughter Lynn 1962 born
in Manchester. She marries Mr Davies in Manchester in 1983
- son Harold 1933 born in Romford - he dies in 1934
- son Thomas1937 born in Barton.
Theodore Sebastian and Jane Elizabeth Nickless
Theodore Sebastian 1837 was
born in Charlton Kings, the son of James and
Ann from Cheltenham and the grandson of
James 1770 and Lydia Steel from Stratton.
In 1841, he is at St Mary's Cheltenham with his parents and in 1851 in Chacely, Gloucestershire, still with his parents. In 1861, he has embarked on a teaching career, teaching maths - he is living at 1 Bath Buildings, Oriel Walk in Cheltenham. The school is the Cheltenham Juvenile Proprietary School at Stamford House and under the headmaster, William Wilberforce Gedge, there were adverts in The Times 1860-1863 addressing applicants to Mrs Uglow, namely Ann, Theodore's mother. In 1861, Ann is living with her son, Theodore, who is a teacher of maths and a housemaster. Ann's sisters, Elizabeth and Emma, are also on the workforce!
This appears to have been a formal relationship - in the Bristol Mercury of 25th July 1863, we read of the dissolution of the partnership between T. Uglow and Elizabeth and Emma Jordan. This is obviously an arrangement between Theodore and his two unmarried aunts - the 'F' Jordan is a typo. They were in the business of 'boarding house keepers'. This step seems somewhat draconian - is this normal business or does it indicate friction in the family? We know that Theodore now turns his back on teaching and redirects his ambitions towards the church.
By Michaelmas term 1861, Theodore has already enrolled at Trinity College, Dublin (Freeman's Journal, Dublin 21st December 1861). He gained a BA in 1865. Is this by correspondence?
He was ordained as a deacon in 1864 (The Times 20th December ) and was appointed a curate at St Andrew, Droitwich (Jackson's Oxford Journal 11th March 1865). It was an eventful year as he was ordained a priest in December by the Bishop of Worcester (Belfast Newsletter 29th December 1865).
After Droitwich, he worked in Wellington, Shropshire - on 24th November 1869, we find him officiating at the marriage of Thomas Kerr and Jeanette Welsh at the parish church there. So it is no surprise, in 1870, that he married a girl from the town - Jane Elizabeth
Nickless born in 1849 in Wellington.
In 1871, they were at Lindal, Dalton in Furness in Cumbria. He later went to the rather bleak Rampside Parsonage, Barrow in Furness - in 1881, they were
at the parsonage with the family. Also there was his siste-in-law, Joseph
Mainger's widow, Caroline, and her son, Leonard Percy who have come north after Joseph's death in 1876. There was also her other son, George but he is killed in a tragic accident when he drowns in a barrel in the yard at Rampside vicarage in 1879.
retired to West Derby, Liverpool by the end of the century - in 1891, the family were in Walton on the Hill, Liverpool. In 1894 they were at Esmond St, Anfield, Liverpool (Kellys Directory of Liverpool 1894). Theodore has gone back to teaching at Salisbury College, Stoneycroft, Liverpool (North Wales Chronicle 14th July 1894) - in the advert, he is described as the late assistant master at Cheltenham College. Jane died
in 1898 and Theodore in 1900 at West Derby in Liverpool.
- son Vincent Trathen 1871
born Ulverstone but died in 1877. Probably named after his uncle Vincent who died in New York in 1868
- daughter Georgina Nellie
1879 was born in Barrow. In 1901 Georgina and Conrad were in Liverpool -
at 4 Old Barn Road, Walton. There are just the 2 of them
in the house but the census confusingly describes them as 'daughter' and ' son' of the family preceding. In 1911, Georgina is still with her brother and his wife - now at 23 Ludwig Rd, Liverpool - Georgina is a domestic house maid. She died in 1969 in Liverpool
- son Conrad Spiring 1880
born in Barrow. He married in West Derby in 1902 but died in Liverpool
in 1914 - Family 3a
3a: Conrad Spiring and Jane Brash Mawson
Conrad Spiring 1880 was born
in Barrow. He is the son of Theodore Sebastian
and Jane Elizabeth Nickless and the grandson of James
1813 and Ann.
By 1895, Georgina and Conrad
are in Liverpool - at 4 Old Barn Road, Walton. In the Liverpool Mercury of 23rd July 1895, there is a report of an animal cruelty prosecution in which Conrad (but difficult to read and it might be his sister?) testifies. The house at Old Barn Road must have been quite big - he talks of looking out of his study window. They are still there in 1901 when Conrad is working as a
groom in a stable. There are just the 2 of them
in the house although the census confusingly describes them as 'daughter' and ' son' of the family preceding.
Conrad marries Jane Brash Mawson in West
Derby in 1902. Jane is born in Liverpool in 1881 and in 1891 is living at 116, Towson Street, Everton with widowed mother, Harriet, and brother, John, and sister Harriet. In 1911, Conrad and Jane, his sister and the children are living in a five room house at 23 Ludwig Road, Liverpool, a few streets away from his first cousin, Lionel. Conrad is a salesman for a yeast dealer. [In 1911, the head of the household fills out the census - Conrad puts his name first, then his elder sister, Georgina, followed by the three sons. His wife, Jane, is last on the list??]
Conrad dies in Liverpool in 1914. Jane dies in Liverpool in 1951.
- son Arthur Stanley 1902
born in West Derby. In 1911 he is with his parents at 23 Ludwig Road, Liverpool. He dies in Liverpool in 1987
- son William Alfred 1904
born in Liverpool. In 1911 he is with his parents at 23 Ludwig Road, Liverpool. He married Mary Magdalen Regan in Liverpool in 1936.
Mary was born1898 in Liverpool. She dies in 1983. William dies in Liverpool in 1988
- son Desmond 1937 born
in Liverpool. In 1962, he marries Pat Lawless in Crosley. They still
live in Liverpool
- daughter Marie D
1963 born in Liverpool. She marries Noel Jeff in Liverpool in 2001
- daughter Christine
1965 born in Liverpool. She marries Timothy Hodge in Liverpool in 1986.
- daughter Angela
Colette 1967 born in Liverpool. Her partner is Chris Hill and they live in Sussex
- son Peter Michael
1968 born in Liverpool. He is in the RAF. In 1992 he marries Sarah Billinger, a hairdresser and fitness consultant
- son Jack Robert 1995 born in Peterborough
- son Toby George 1996 born in the Hebrides
- daughter Emma Louise 2007 born in Penarth
- daughter Lucy Nicole 2010 born in Stoke Mandeville
- daughter Patricia
Ann 1972 born in Liverpool
- son James S 1940 born
in Liverpool. He married Margaret Mullen in 1967 and they live in
- son Paul 1969 born in Liverpool.
- son Gregory 1974 born in Liverpool.
- son Philip 1978 born in Liverpool.
- son James Harold 1908 born
in West Derby. In 1911 he is with his parents at 23 Ludwig Road, Liverpool. He dies in Liverpool in 2002
- son John Leslie 1909 born
in West Derby but died in 1910
4: Frederick Arthur and Eleanor Betty Pugh
Frederick Arthur 1918 is born
in Tavistock. He is the fifth son of Wymond
Richard and Ellen Neale and the grandson of Wymond
Cory and Susanna Emmeline Cole Mason.
In 1944, he marries Eleanor
Betty Pugh in Ulverstone RD, Cumbria - possibly Frederick is stationed
there during the war? Afterwards, they live in the area - they are in
Kendal in 1997. Frederick dies in 2002 in Kendal, Cumbria.
- son Peter Frederick 1947
born in Ulverstone RD. In 1974 he married Gerda Small in Manchester
- son Paul Andrew 1974
born in Macclesfield. He attended Stockport Grammar until 1993 and then trained as a doctor. His partner is Ann Hamilton:
- daughter Amy Louise 2007 born in Macclesfield.
- son Michael James 1976
born in Macclesfield.
- son Alexander 1988 born
- daughter Diane 1948 born
in Ulverstone RD. In 1970 she married Digby Gunson in Manchester. They live in Cumbria
Lionel Percy and Mary Quirk
Lionel Percy 1875 is the son
of Joseph Mainger 1842 and Caroline and
the grandson of James 1813 and Ann. Born
in Fulham, after the death of his father, he travels with his mother Caroline
to stay with his uncle Theodore and wife Jane. In 1881 he is in Barrow
with his uncle. In November 1883, he is elected to Clergy Orphan School, St Thomas Hill, Canterbury. He returns to Liverpool and is a talented amateur cricketer - the Liverpool Mercury reports on 15th August 1893 that he took 9 wickets for 6 runs for Canning. There are further reports - he also opens the batting as well as the bowling.
He marries Mary Agnes Quirk in 1899
in West Derby. Mary was born in 1880 in Liverpool. In 1901 they are at
77 Sedley St, Walton in Liverpool. In 1911, they are at 39, Laburnum Rd, Liverpool, a few streets away from his first cousin, Conrad . Lionel is a commercial clerk in a bottling
plant. In the 1st World War, he was an acting corporal in the Army Service Corps. They move to Brighton (as does their son, Edward). Lionel died in Brighton in 1947. Mary dies there in 1956
- daughter Evelyn Mary 1900
born in West Derby but dies the same year.
- daughter Edna 1902 born in West Derby. In 1911, she is at 39, Laburnum Rd, Liverpool with her parents. She probably married Sidney Hulbert in Battersea in 1934. She dies in August 1997 in Barnet RD.
- daughter Kathleen 1906 born in West Derby. In 1911, she is at 39, Laburnum Rd, Liverpool with her parents. She married Albert Lowrence in Battersea in 1935. She died in Brighton in 1990.
- daughter Doris 1908 born
in West Derby. In 1911, she is at 39, Laburnum Rd, Liverpool with her parents. She obviously inherited some of her father's sporting ability as she was an international athlete and was ranked #6 in the world in 1927. Her distance was 200yds and her best time was 26.3 seconds achieved in London on 21st July 1927. She marries Mr Holland in Wandsworth. She maintains her involvement in athletics as there is still the Doris Holland trophy at her club, now Kingston and Polytechnic Harriers. Possibly she
dies in Surrey in 1998
- daughter Evelyn Mary 1911
born in West Derby. Unmarried, she died in 1992 in Liverpool
- son Edward Mainger 1914
born in West Derby. He marries Jean Andrews - Family 5a
- son Percy 1915 born in West
Derby but died in infancy
Edward Mainger and Jean Andrews
Edward Mainger 1914 is the
son of Lionel Percy 1875 and Mary Quirk
and the grandson of Joseph Mainger 1842 and
Caroline. He is born in West Derby. In 1949, he marries Jean Andrews
in Lewisham. In 1952, we find Edward on a round trip from Southampton to Tenerife and back. His occupation is given as travel clerk and his address is in Brighton. Does he become a language teacher - there is a book under his name published in London in 1953 "Vereinfachtes Englisch fu¨r deutschsprechende Studenten"?
Edward dies in Brighton in 1990 where Jean still lives with her
- back to the Uglow homepage
- daughter Linda M 1949 born
in Bromley. She marries Malcolm Church in Brighton in 1972.
- son Anthony M 1957 born
in Brighton but dies the same year
- son Owen M 1960 born in
Brighton. In 2002 he was living in Brighton with his mother