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Furness LONGBOTTOM and Mary CRABTREE.

Marriage and death details for Furness and Mary not located.

See comments section below for marriage and death details
for this family supplied by
SilverVixen.


Nine children located Victorian records for Furness and Mary.


[1]

Maria Louisa LONGBOTTOM.
Born: circa 1854, York.
Died: 1855 not recorded, Victoria, aged 01 year.


[2]

Tom LONGBOTTOM.
Born: 1856 Forest Creek, Victoria.
Died: -


[3]

Annie Maria LONGBOTTOM.
Born: 1857 Dunolly, Victoria.
Died: -


[4]

Ellen Ann LONGBOTTOM.
Born: 1859 Dunolly, Victoria.
Died: -


[5]

Mary Jane LONGBOTTOM.
Born: 1861 Dunolly, Victoria.
Died: -


[6]

Fanny Elizabeth LONGBOTTOM.
Born: 1863 Dunolly, Victoria.
Died: -


[7]

John William LONGBOTTOM.
Born: 1865 Redbank, Victoria.
Died: -


[8]

Frederick Furness LONGBOTTOM.
Born: 1867 Moorambul, Victoria.
Died: -
Moorambul. I think this should be Moorabool.


[9]

Ada Alice LONGBOTTOM.
Born: 1869 Redbank, Victoria.
Died: -

No further details located Australian records.
May have left the country.


Sources:

Registry of Births and Deaths, Victoria.

Surnames: CRABTREE LONGBOTTOM
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by SilverVixen on 2013-01-12 19:11:33

Furness Longbottom married Mary Crabtree, 1853, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, Q2 9A 292
In Uk 1881 census living at Dockery, Lockwood, West Riding of Yorkshire
LONGBOTTOM Furness, head, married, 50 (1831) Plasterer, born Halifax, Yorkshire
Mary, wife, 50 (1831) Todmorden, Lancashire
Tom, son, 25 (1856) Blacksmith, V. Australia
Hannah M, daughter, 23 (1858) Millhand (W), V. Australia
Ellen Ann, daughter, 21 (1860) Millhand (W), V. Australia
Mary Jane, daughter, 19 (1862) Millhand (W), V. Australia
Fanny E, daughter, 17 (1864) Millhand (W), V. Australia
John William, Son, 16 (Plasterer, V. Australia
Frederick H, son, 14 (1867) School, V. Australia
Ada Alice, daughter, 11 (1870) School V. Australia
A V Linconshire, 7 (1874) School Born at Sea Lincolnshire

1891 UK census at Dockery, Swan Lane, Lockwood, Huddersfield, Yorkshire
Furness, as above now retired Plasterer
Mary, as above
Elly A now a dressmaker
Mary, now a Worsted Mender
Frederick, a Master?
Agness a Dressmaker
LORD? J Irvin, grandson, 3 (1888) Huddersfield

1901 UK Census living at 9 Dockery, Lockwood, Yorshire (West Riding)
Furness, living on own means
Mary as above
COOK, Ellen, daughter, widow,
Agnes, as above
FORD, Mabel, granddaughter, 8 (1893) Halifax, Yorkshire
COOK, Philip, grandson, 4 (1897) Leigh, Lancashire

1911 UK census living at 9 Dockery, Lockwood
Furness, a Widower, as above
COOK, Ellen, as above
Agnes, as above
COOK Philip as above
LORD, Mabel as above



Furness died Huddersfield, Yorkshire, 1911 Q3 9A 452 aged 80
2 Deaths for Mary Longbottom
1903, Huddersfield : Q1 9A 258 aged 72
1904, Huddersfield : Q1 9A 252 aged 72

by SilverVixen on 2013-01-12 19:19:06

Ellen married Christopher Cook 1900 Huddersfield, Q1 9A 525
Hanna Marie married Sam Lord, Todmorton, Yorkshire, 1901 Q3 9A 469

by tonkin on 2013-01-13 01:02:12

I'm flabbergasted SilverVixen.

Off comes my hat ... and I bow gracefully to you.

I spent three days searching the Australian records looking for this family without a trace. I knew they must have left the country. Thank you for confirming this for me. I feel better now.

Much appreciated.

by SilverVixen on 2013-01-13 03:48:02

Oh thank you Tonkin, was it a bowler or a top hat? Always a good feeling when you have helped someone with a "wall" and you know that feeling because you help enough people

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