PARKINSON INDEX ENTRIES

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PARKINSON INDEX ENTRIES

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PARKINSON INDEX ENTRIES AS OF 05 October 2006

1753
Edmund Parkinson paid land tax of 4s/4d in 1753. No address specified. Paid 8/8 in 1756 and 1757. 1760 8/8 land tax paid by ‘Widow Parkinson’.

1753
Joseph Parkinson paid 6s/5d land tax for ‘New House’ (Bracewell?). 1760 he paid 13/4 and in 1770 4/6 no address.

1753
Josias[sic] Parkinson paid 3s/4d land tax for ‘Clough’. 1756 paid 6/8 for same property. 1760 paid 6/- no name specified. Same Josias paid 4/4 land tax for ‘Tom Spencer Ground’ in 1753. 1756/57 and 60 paid 8/- no address mentioned but probably same holding.

1757
Mr Parkinson paid land tax of 7s/4d for Mill Close. Seems to have been associated in this with James Pollard. Sale in same year?

1796
In an indenture dated 18th July 1796 John Broughton of Moses Lee in Barlick and John Broughton of Thornton, stonemason are bound to pay £80 to Richard Parkinson of Calf Hall, Barnoldswick, Surveyor of Highways being for the upkeep of Damhead Bridge in Barlick for seven years.

1807
Joseph Parkinson mentioned as weaver in an electoral roll of Barnoldswick for 1807.

1837
Robert Parkinson noted as an elector of Brogden, address given is the Moorcock Inn.

1851 census
John Parkinson, Townhead, Barnoldswick, 39, PLW cotton. Elizabeth, wife, 38, HLW wool. Henry, son, 13, HLW wool. Elizabeth, daughter, 10. Mary A.[Ann?], daughter, 2.

1871 census
John Parkinson, King Street, Barnoldswick. 53, joiner, cabinet maker and glazier.

1885
Craven Herald report 24/05/1935. Early in 1885 Mr Gill bought a plot of land in Ireland meadow, Earby and built Grove Shed on the site. The first tenants were James Clegg and Henry Parkinson who started with 300 looms each.

1919
LTP. 78/AG/07, page 15. Newton Pickles relates how Leonard Parkinson and Jimmy Moseley dismantled a Hick Hargreaves engine at Bolton and shipped it by canal to Barnoldswick where it was installed by them in the new engine house built by Blakey’s at Coates New Mill, Barnoldswick. They were fitters working for Henry Brown and Sons. Leonard had worked with Johnny Pickles at H Brown and Sons since 1914. Later, when Johnny started his own firm, and his foreman Stanley Fisher left to run the engine at Moss Shed Leonard was made foreman.

1920s
LTP. 78/AC/01. Page 9. Ernie Roberts talks about a Mrs Parkinson who lived near John Street in Barlick who used to send him to the shop to buy donkey stones.

1841 census Barnoldswick
Parkinson
John
30
sizer
Barnoldswick (3)
Parkinson
Elizabeth
25
cotton weaver
Barnoldswick (3)
Parkinson
Henry
4

Barnoldswick (3)
Parkinson
Elizabeth
10m

Barnoldswick (3)

Parkinson
William
50
cotton weaver
Barnoldswick (3)

Parkinson
James
?
????
Barnoldswick (3)
Parkinson
Martha
?

Barnoldswick (3)
Parkinson
Ellen?
?

Barnoldswick (3)
Parkinson
Jane
14

Barnoldswick (3)

1881 census
Parkinson
Ada
6
Coates
Coates
Parkinson
Alban
10
Barnoldswick
Church St.
Parkinson
Anne
11
Barnoldswick
Church St.
Parkinson
Carr
8
Barnoldswick
Church St.
Parkinson
Edgar
14
Barnoldswick
Church St.
Parkinson
Fred Broughton
2mo
Barnoldswick
Church St.
Parkinson
Grace
8
Coates
Coates
Parkinson
Isabella
12
Coates
Coates
Parkinson
James
27
Barnoldswick
Barnoldswick Lane
Parkinson
Jane
62
Barnoldswick
King St.
Parkinson
Jane



Parkinson
John Hudson
17
Barnoldswick
King St.
Parkinson
Julia Augusta
8
Earby
The Fold
Parkinson
Margaret
41
Coates
Coates
Parkinson
Margaret E.
36


Parkinson
Mary
29
Barnoldswick
Barnoldswick Lane
Parkinson
Olive
5
Earby
The Fold
Parkinson
Priscilla



Parkinson
Richard R.
73
Barnoldswick
Hemp Butts Gardens
Parkinson
Robert



Parkinson
Thomas
4mo
Barnoldswick
Barnoldswick Lane
Parkinson
Thomas Shackleton
6
Barnoldswick
Church St.
Parkinson
William
17
Barnoldswick
Church St.
Parkinson
William
38
Coates
Coates
Parkinson
William
40
Barnoldswick
Church St.

1891 (match with the above entries for 1881)
16
Barnoldswick
Rain Hall Rd.















18
Barnoldswick
Rain Hall Rd.



37
Barnoldswick
Manchester Rd.



70
Barnoldswick
Ridge St.



18
Salterforth
Park View Terrace
51
Barnoldswick
Rain Hall Rd.



39
Barnoldswick
Manchester Rd.



3
Barnoldswick
Manchester Rd.



7
Barnoldswick
Manchester Rd.
10
Barnoldswick
Manchester Rd.






50
Barnoldswick
Rain Hall Rd.




1881 native strays
Parkinson
Christopher
Barnoldswick
49
Halifax
YKS
Akeds Court 7, St. James Rd.


Parkinson
Henry
Barnoldswick
43
Great & Little Marsden
LAN
Beach St. 1


Parkinson
James
Thornton
14
Burnley
LAN
Albert St. 6


Parkinson
Jane
Barnoldswick
47
Skipton
YKS
Broughton Rd. 22, Belle Vue Terrace
57
Skipton
Parkinson
John
Barnoldswick (G'grave?)
41
Skipton
YKS
Broughton Rd. 22, Belle Vue Terrace
51
Skipton
Parkinson
Margaret
Barnoldswick
70
Halifax
YKS
Akeds Court 7, St. James Rd.


Parkinson
Margaret
Barnoldswick
70
Great & Little Marsden
LAN
Manchester Rd. 88


Parkinson
Margaret Eliz.
Barnoldswick
18
Great & Little Marsden
LAN
Beach St. 1


Parkinson
Mary
Barnoldswick
30
Accrington
LAN
Manor St. 7


Parkinson
Mary
Thornton
36
Bretherton
LAN
South Rd.


Parkinson
Robert
Barnoldswick
13
Great & Little Marsden
LAN
Beach St. 1


Parkinson
Thomas
Barnoldswick
46
Halifax
YKS
Akeds Court 2, St. James Rd.


Parkinson
William
Barnoldswick
9
Great & Little Marsden
LAN
Beach St. 1


Parkinson
William
Barnoldswick
29
Great & Little Marsden
LAN
Giles St. 7


Parkinson
William
Barnoldswick
40
Halifax
YKS
Akeds Court 8, St. James Rd.



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Re: PARKINSON INDEX ENTRIES

Post by Stanley » 21 Apr 2013, 04:58

Bumped for Kathleen.
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