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Thomas APPLEYARD                       Ann KEMPLAY nee MIDGLEY
Born 1816                              Born 1827
  at Wortley                             at Wortley

Bapt 24 Mar 1816                       Baptised 15 Jul 1827
  at Holbeck, Methodist                  at Leeds, St Peter

Parents George/Mary                    Parents Thomas/Anna

Married 20 Oct 1855 at Little Holbeck, St John the Evangelist
Overlooker of Little Holbeck (widower); bride of Holbeck (widow)
(Thomas' father : clothier; bride's father : slap dasher)

Witnesses George APPLEYARD        either Thomas' father or Thomas' 16 year old son
          Sarah KEMPLAY           Ann's sister-in-law

Died 22 Jun 1878 (age 62)              Died 6 Dec 1905 (age 78)
  at Holbeck, 24 Back Derwent Street     at Holbeck, 24 Back Derwent Street

Bu'd 24 Jun 1878 (grave 1967)          Buried 9 Dec 1905 (grave 8953)
  at Holbeck Cemetery                    at Holbeck Cemetery

Remarks :
Thomas previously married to Mary Rhodes
Ann previously married to George Kemplay

Addresses :
(1855)  Holbeck
1855    Little Holbeck (overlooker)
1857-60                Brunswick Street
1861                   47 Brunswick Street (flax spinning overlooker)
1861-67                Derwent Street
1866-67                47 Derwent Street
1868-71                24 Back Derwent Street
1871                                         (flax mill overlooker)
1872-74                24 Back Derwent Street
1875-76                (greengrocer)
1877                   (shopkeeper)
1878                   24 Back Derwent Street (greengrocer)
1878-79                                       (flax spinner)                         
1881                                          (Ann, widow)
1891                                          (lodging house keeper)
1901                                          (Ann, widow)
1905                                          (greengrocer)

Children : b=born, c=christened, m=married, d=died
Joseph           b 22/11/56; c 14/9/62 Little Holbeck; buried 21/8/74 Holbeck Cemetery (age 17)
William Midgley  b 22/11/56; c 14/9/62 Little Holbeck; m. Kate Ingram
James Midgley    b 25/1/59; c 14/9/62 Little Holbeck; m. Ada Ann Basnett
Caroline         b 12/12/60; c 14/9/62 Little Holbeck
Joshua           b 3/6/64; c 21/8/64 Little Holbeck; buried 27/8/64 Holbeck Cemetery (age 3m)
George Henry     b 1865; c 25/12/72 Little Holbeck; m. ?Elizabeth
CENSUS DETAILS
1861 Census  3361-137  Little Holbeck, 47 Brunswick Street
Thomas   APPLEYARD H   M 44 flax spinning overlooker Wortley
Ann      APPLEYARD W   M 33                          Leeds
John R   Appleyard S   U 23 mechanic smith           Wortley
Geo A    Appleyard S   U 21 coal leader              Holbeck
Thomas   Appleyard S   - 11 scholar                  Holbeck
Wm M     Appleyard S   -  4 scholar                  Holbeck
James    Appleyard S   -  2                          Holbeck
Eliz.    Appleyard D   - 13 flax spinner             Holbeck
Ann      Kemplay   D/L - 10 flax duffer              Holbeck
Emma     Brumma    Bd  U 20 flax spinner             Holbeck
Joseph   Appleyard S   -  4 scholar                  Holbeck
1871 Census  4520-53  Little Holbeck, 24 Back Derwent Street
Thomas   APPLEYARD H   M 53 overlooker  flax mill    Leeds
Ann      APPLEYARD W   M 43                          Leeds
William  Appleyard S   - 14 flax mill worker         Leeds
Joseph   Appleyard S   - 14 flax mill worker         Leeds
James M  Appleyard S   - 12 flax mill worker         Leeds
George H Appleyard S   -  5 scholar                  Leeds
Caroline Appleyard D   -  9                          Leeds
1881 Census  4496-16  Little Holbeck, 24 Back Derwent Street
Ann      APPLEYARD H   W 53 -                        Leeds
William  Appleyard S   U 24 factory engine driver    Holbeck
James M  Appleyard S   M 22 engine smith             Holbeck
Ada A    Appleyard D/L M 22                          Holbeck
Caroline Appleyard D   U 19 general servant unempl.  Holbeck
George H Appleyard S   - 15 wood cutter in flax mill Holbeck
Beatrice Appleyard G/D -  1                          Holbeck
1891 Census  3669-129  Little Holbeck, 24 Back Derwent Street
Anne     APPLEYARD H   W 64 lodging house keeper     Leeds
Wm       Appleyard S   M 34 fettler in woollen mill  Leeds
Kate     Appleyard D/L M 27                          Leeds
Thomas   Appleyard G/S - 23m                         Leeds
Ernest   Appleyard G/S -  1m                         Leeds
Isaac    Moon      Lr  S 34 corn miller              Hinderwell
1901 Census  4204-25  Little Holbeck, 24 Back Derwent Street
Ann      APPLEYARD H   W 74                          Leeds
Caroline Appleyard D   S 39 charwoman                Leeds
Patrick  Byrne     Bd  S 10 confectioner             Dublin  IRL
Benjamin Smith     Bd  S 19 joiner                   Harrogate