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KEMPLAY AND APPLEYARD FAMILIES PAGE
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William Midgley APPLEYARD              Kate INGRAM
Born 22 Nov 1856                       Born 1863
  at Little Holbeck                      at Leeds

Bapt 14 Sep 1862
  at Little Holbeck, St John the Evangelist

Parents Thomas/Ann                     Parents William/Maria

Married 12 Feb 1887 at Leeds, St Peter
'William' Willier of Weaver's Square; bride of Richmond Road
(William's father : maker-up; bride's father : boot finisher)

Witnesses Squire INGRAM           -
          Mary Jane WALKER        -

Died 1910 (age 54)                     Died 1906 (age 43)
  at Holbeck, Union Place                at Holbeck Reg. Dist.

Bu'd 26 Nov 1910 (grave 5305)
  at Holbeck Cemetery

Addresses :
1881    Little Holbeck, 24 Back Derwent Street (fettler in woollen mill)
1887                    Back Derwent Street (-)
1891                    24 Back Derwent Street (fettler in woollen mill)
1899                    13 Back Derwent Street (willyer & fettler)
1901                                           (willier & fettler woollen mill)
1905    Holbeck, 4 Union Place
1910             Union Place (cloth finisher)

Children :
Louisa           buried 11/6/87 Holbeck Cemetery (age 3m)
Thomas           b 1889 Holbeck
Ernest           b 1891 Holbeck
Louisa           b 28/10/92 Holbeck; c 7/5/99 Little Holbeck
CENSUS DETAILS
1871 Census  4546  Leeds, 40 Kneeler Street Con
William   Ingram    H   M 29 shoe maker                     Leeds
Maria     Ingram    W   M 25                                Leeds
Catherine INGRAM    D   -  7 scholar                        Leeds
James     Ingram    S   -  5 scholar                        Leeds
Maria     Ingram    D   -  2                                Leeds
William   Ingram    S   -  6m                               Leeds
1881 Census  4512-108  Leeds, 9 Brown Street
William   Ingram    H   M 39 boot and shoe maker            Leeds
Maria     Ingram    W   M 35 house keeper                   Leeds
Catherine INGRAM    D   U 17 filling (cloth mill)           Leeds
James     Ingram    S   U 15 cutter (cloth mill)            Leeds
Thomas    Ingram    S   U  8 scholar                        Leeds
Emily     Ingram    D   U  3 infant                         Leeds
William   Ingram    S   U  1 infant                         Leeds
John      Ingram    Bd  U 37 groom                          Leeds
1891 Census  3669-129  Little Holbeck, 24 Back Derwent Street
Anne      Appleyard H   W 64 lodging house kpr              Leeds
Wm        APPLEYARD S   M 34 fettler in wln 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  4204-26  Little Holbeck, 13 Back Derwent Street
William   APPLEYARD H   M 44 willier & fettler woollen mill Leeds
Kate      APPLEYARD W   M 37                                Leeds
Thomas    Appleyard S   - 11                                Leeds
Ernest    Appleyard S   - 10                                Leeds
Louisa    Appleyard D   -  8                                Leeds
1911 Census            Holbeck, 4 Union Place
Thomas    Appleyard H   S 21 tailor's cutter                Leeds
Ernest    Appleyard Br  S 20 tailor's packer                Leeds