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Charles Siswick (born circa 1810)

Charles Siswick [Benjamin Siswick / Christiana Atkinson]
bpt 22 July 1810 Horbury, Yorkshire
m Ann Charlesworth 1832
d 1881

In 1841, Charles is described as a waterman of Horbury. He can be found in the workhouse described as a pauper in 1881.


Children:

Joe Siswick

bpt 20 October 1833 Horbury, Yorkshire
m Sarah (Ellen) Carr 1854 (BMD)
d 1898

George Siswick

bpt 10 May 1835 Horbury, Yorkshire
d probably 1849 (BMD)

Sarah Ann Siswick

bpt 19 March 1837 Horbury, Yorkshire
d probably 1838 (BMD)

Benjamin Siswick

bpt 6 January 1839 Horbury, Yorkshire (BMD)
m Ann Mercer 1859 (BMD)
m2 Ellen Crawshaw 1863 (BMD)
d after 1901

Elizabeth Siswick

bpt 28 March 1841 Horbury, Yorkshire (BMD)
m John Mitchell 1859 (BMD)
d after 1871

Edward Siswick

bpt 5 November 1843 Horbury, Yorkshire (BMD)
m Ann (Hannah) (H)oldroyd 1863 (BMD)
d 6 December 1921

Sarah Ann Siswick

bpt 6 December 1846 Horbury, Yorkshire (BMD)
m Robert Ely 1867 (BMD)
d after 1871

Source Notes:

1841 census - Charles Siswick 30 Waterman, Ann Siswick 25, Joe Siswick 7, George Siswick 6, Benjamin Siswick 2, Elizabeth Siswick 3m (Horbury Bridge - HO107 1271 5 6 4)

1851 census - Charles Siswick 41 Railway Laborer, Ann Siswick 39, Joe Siswick 17 Factory Boy, Woollen, Benjamin Siswick 12 Factory Boy, Woollen, Elizabeth Siswick 9 Scholar, Edward Siswick 8 Scholar, Sarah Ann Siswick 5 Scholar, Rebecca Charlesworth 34 House servant (Horbury Bridge - HO107 2328 14 21)

1861 census - ......, Charles Sidgewick 49 Cloth miller (Horbury Bridge - RG9 3426 63 14)

1861 census - Thomas Charlesworth 45 Railway servant, ......, Sarah Ann Siswick 14 Woolen piecer (Horbury Green - RG9 3426 34 27)

1871 census - John Mitchell 40 Cloth Fuller, Elizabeth Mitchell 30, ......, Charles Siswick 62 Cloth Fuller (Mitchell Mill, Horbury - RG10 4626 76 31)

1881 census - ......, Charles Siswick 73 Laborer in Brick Yard (Wakefield Union Workhouse - RG11 4575 168 12)

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