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Fleming, AndrewRef 278-634
[18??-18??] Partner in Graham & Fleming. He became sole proprietor when George Graham retired. He was active in local affairs and was Overseer for the Halifax district

Fleming, Basil AnthonyRef 278-834
[1914-1941] Son of William Fleming.

During World War II, he served as a Leading Aircraftman with the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.

He died on active service [21st March 1941].

He was buried at Hatfield (Woodhouse) Cemetery, Doncaster [Grave Ref DD 18]

Fleming, F. W.Ref 278-106
[18??-19??] Halifax-born tenor who performed at the special opening performance of the Palace Theatre on 30th July 1903, when he sang the National Anthem and My Dream by Tosti

Fleming, FrancisRef 278-1305
[1843-1913] Son of Thomas Fleming.

Born in Halifax.

He was a card clothing/leather goods & belting manufacturer employing 30 hands [1881] / a card & belting manufacturer [1901].

On 18th September 1867, he married Jane Worrall [1847-19??] in Dundee, Scotland.

Children:

  1. Adelaide [1868-1946] who married Edwin Scarborough
  2. Thomas Worrall
  3. Ernest [1872-1939] who was an engineer & machine tool maker [1891]
  4. Gertrude [1874-1955]
  5. Susannah Mary [1876-1965]
  6. Annie [1878-1933]
  7. George Francis [1880-1881]
  8. Jane [1883-1955]
  9. Georgina Caroline [1884-1964]
  10. Dorothy Francis [1886] who died aged 1 month

The family lived at

In 1891, there is no mention of the parents, and the children were living at 23 Savile Road, Halifax.

Francis died at 9 Regent Road, Birkdale, Southport [4th December 1913].

Probate records show that he left effects valued at £6,408 10/11d.

Administration was granted to his widow Jane.

Members of the family were buried at Lister Lane Cemetery [Plot Number 389]

Fleming, Frederic William OswaldRef 278-674
[1896-1915] Son of Frederick William Fleming.

He was educated at Heath Grammar School & Bradford Tech, where he studied dyeing.

During World War I, he enlisted [August 1914], and he served as a 2nd Lieutenant with the 4th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

His grandfather fought with the same regiment at Waterloo.

He was too young to go overseas until September 1915.

He died following a German gas attack [20th December 1915] (aged 19).

He was buried at Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Belgium [Grave Ref II A 13].

He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, on the Halifax Parish Church Church Members (WWI) Memorial, and on the Memorial at Heath Grammar School

Fleming, Frederick GreenRef 278-618
[1829-1908] Son of James Fleming.

Born in Ovenden.

Baptised at Illingworth Church [1829].

He was a worsted twister [1841] / a corn dealer's assistant [1851] / a bookkeeper [1854] / a partner in Gaukroger & Fleming [until 1863] / a corn dealer [1871] / a corn merchant employing 5 men & 1 boy [1881] / a corn merchant [1891] / a partner in F. G. Fleming & Son [until 1897] / a retired grain merchant [1901].

He established F. G. Fleming & Sons with his son Frederick William.

He was a director of the Halifax Equitable Benefit Building Society [1872].

In 1854, he married Mary Gledhill [1831-1897] at Halifax Parish Church.


Mary was the daughter of Samuel Gledhill, a dyer
 

Children:

  1. Martha Ann [b 1855] who married George Milligan
  2. James Albert [b 1857] who was a shop boy [1871]
  3. Frederick William
  4. Willie [b 1863] who was a clerk in stuff manufacturer's warehouse [1881], a wool stapler [1891]
  5. Samuel [b 1866] who was an assistant to corn trade [1881]
  6. Clara [b 1871] who was a wool stapler [1891]

The family lived at

In 1901, he was living with his daughter and son-in-law George Milligan

Fleming, Frederick WilliamRef 278-579
[1860-1931] Son of Frederick Green Fleming.

Born in Halifax.

He was an assistant to the corn trade [1881] / a corn miller & merchant [1883] / a grain miller & merchant [1891] / a partner in F. G. Fleming & Sons [until 1897] / a grain merchant warehouseman (employer) [1901] / a grain merchant [1911].

In 1883, he married Emily Blanche Greenwood [1860-1???] at Halifax Parish Church.


Emily Blanche was the daughter of tailor William Greenwood and lived at Clare Villa, Halifax
 

Children:

  1. Douglas Victor [b 1885] who was a manager of father's works [1911]
  2. Blanche Violet [b 1886]
  3. Phyllis [b 1889]
  4. Winifred [b 1892]
  5. Frederic William Oswald

The family lived at

Fleming, GeorgeRef 278-5
[1814-1881] Born in Greetland.

He was a watchman [1861] / a farmer of 21 acres [1881].

He married Mary Ann [1816-1887].


Mary Ann was born in Stainland
 

Children:

  1. Elizabeth [b 1842] who was a woollen weaver [1861]
  2. John J. [b 1845] who was a clogger [1861]
  3. Joseph
  4. Jonathan [b 1849] who was a woollen weaver [1861]
  5. George [b 1852] who was a woollen piecer [1861]

The family lived at

  • 512 Beestonley, Stainland [1861]
  • Beestonley Lane, Stainland [1871]
  • Stainland-with Old Lindley [1881]

Living with them [in 1881] was grandson John Herbert Fleming [b 1868].

George died 17th December 1881 (aged 67).

Mary Ann died 25th June 1887 (aged 71).

Members of the family were buried at Providence Congregational Church, Stainland

Fleming, GeorgeRef 278-7
[1852-1911] Born in Stainland.

He was a cloth fuller [1891] / a farmer [1901].

In [Q1] 1873, he married Elizabeth Lucy Tweed [1851-1928] in Halifax.


Elizabeth Lucy was born in Scammonden.

She was widowed and a farmer [1911]

 

Children:

  1. Edith Alice [b 1874] who was a worsted box tenter [1891], a woollen cloth weaver [1901]
  2. Frank [b 1876] who was a cotton piecer [1891], a navvy [1901]
  3. Sam [b 1877] who was a cotton piecer [1891] a gas stoker [1901]
  4. Mary P. [b 1879] who was a worsted spinner [1891]
  5. Lizzie [b 1882] who was a woollen cloth weaver [1901]
  6. Jane [b 1883] who was a woollen cloth weaver [1901]
  7. Annie [b 1885] who was a cotton card room hand [1901]
  8. Walter [b 1887] who was an oiler in worsted mill [1901]
  9. Irvine [b 1889]
  10. George Henry Tweed [13th April 1890-15th February 1891] who was buried with his parents
  11. Lucy Olive [3rd September 1896-11st February 1898] who was buried with her parents
  12. Nellie [b 1893]
  13. Henry [b 1896]

The 1911 census shows that they had had 14 children of whom 12 were still alive at that time.

The family lived at

  • Ran Bank, Stainland-with Old Lindley [1891]
  • Linfit Fold, Linthwaite [1901]
  • 21 Linthwaite Hall, Linthwaite [1911]

George died 28th March 1911 (aged 59).

Elizabeth Lucy died 6th April 1928 (aged 77).

Members of the family were buried at Providence Congregational Church, Stainland

Fleming, Dr George WilliamRef 278-3
[1890-1975] LRCP, LRCS, LRFPS.

Born 25th May 1890.

He qualified at Glasgow [1913] and became Medical Officer of Health, Todmorden [1930] / Medical Officer of Health, Swindon / Hon. Assistant Ophthalmic & Aural Surgeon at Clayton Hospital, Wakefield / Schools Medical Inspector, West Riding / Temporary Captain RAMC / MOH and Schools Medical Officer, Gosport, Hampshire [1935-1942] / MOH and Schools Medical Officer, Todmorden.

He married Bertha E..


Bertha E. was born 10th January 1902
 

They lived at

  • 4 Westfield Grove, Wakefield [1920-1925]
  • Roomfield, Todmorden [1930]
  • Rostellan, Stoke Road, Gosport, Hampshire [1935-1942]
  • 69 Priory Road, Gosport [1939, 1975]

George William died in Gosport [23rd November 1975] (aged 85) 

Fleming, HenryRef 278-256
[1897-1918] He lived at 3 Davies Court, Foundry Street, Halifax.

He worked in a mechanics' shop in Boothtown.

During World War I, he enlisted with the Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment) [August 1914], then served as a Private with the 1st Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment.

He died 16th April 1918 (aged 21).

He was buried at Kortrijk (St. Jan) Communal Cemetery, Belgium [Grave Ref C 31].

He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, and on the Memorial at Saint Bernard's Catholic Church

Fleming, Henry ArthurRef 278-869
[1904-1945] Son of Elizabeth & Henry Fleming.

In [Q2] 1933, he married Dorothy V. Mellowship in Lewisham.

They lived in Elland.

During World War II, he served as a Private

He died 25th January 1945 (aged 41).

He was buried at Greenwich Cemetery [G 96] / Screen Wall [2]

Fleming, IsaacRef 278-471
[1812-1895] Son of William Fleming.

He was a corn miller [1841] / a corn miller/farmer [1851] / a farmer of 33 acres [1861] / a farmer of 56 acres [1881] / a farmer [1891].

On 19th November 1842, he married Mary Maude [1818-1???].


Mary was the daughter of Thomas Maude
 

Children:

  1. Phoebe Ann [1843-1919] who married John Murgatroyd
  2. James
  3. Sydney [b 1847]
  4. Alice Maude Mary [b 1848]
  5. Jane [b 1849]

The family lived at

Living with them [in 1891] were grandson Archibald Fleming Murgatroyd, granddaughter Mary Murgatroyd [aged 12], and visitor Elizabeth Fleming [b 1826] (charwoman) 

Fleming, JamesRef 278-662
[17??-18??] Landlord of the Noah's Ark, Ovenden [1835].

He married Unknown [d 1835]

Fleming, JamesRef 278-580
[1796-18??] Of Halifax.

He was a tailor in Skircoat [1823] / a tailor [1841, 1851].

He served with the 33rd Regiment of Foot. He was awarded the Waterloo Medal.

In 1823, he married Harriet Crossley of Halifax, at Halifax Parish Church.

Children:

  1. Eliza [bapt 1826] who was a worsted twister [1841]
  2. James [bapt 1828] who was a worsted twister [1841]
  3. Frederick Green
  4. Emma [b 6th May 1833]

James was widowed by 1841.

The family lived at

Fleming, JamesRef 278-478
[1846-1???] Son of Isaac Fleming.

He was a farmer on own account [1901] and a farmer [1911].

He lived at Binn Royd, Norland [1901, 1911].

Living with them in were sister Alice Maud Mary [1901, 1911], nephew Archibald Fleming Murgatroyd [1901, 1911], niece Mary Murgatroyd [1901, 1911], aunt Elizabeth Fleming [aged 75] [1901] and uncle Henry Marsden [aged 63] (cowman) [1901]

Fleming, JohnRef 278-453
[12??-13??] Son of William Fleming.

In 1317, he acquired Hartshead Hall from Richard Radclyffe.

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. William

Fleming, JohnRef 278-660
[13??-1433] Son and heir of Sir Thomas Fleming, knight, Lord of Wath & Clifton.

John was Lord of Clifton and Westeby, probably Lord of Wath, held lands in Dewsbury.

An entry in Wakefield Court Rolls [1419] records:


Thomas Fleming, knight, who held of the lord the lordship of Clifton and Westeby in socage is dead, and John his son and heir paid 20s relief
 

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. William
  2. Mary who married John Stansfeld

Fleming, JohnRef 278-694
[18??-19??] Quarry owner and stone merchant at Turgate Quarry, Norland [1905]

Fleming, JohnRef 278-6330
[1816-1878] Of Halifax.

He married Elizabeth Ann [1820-1895].

The couple were buried at Lister Lane Cemetery [Plot Number 3783].

David Scholfield, Elizabeth [1844-1904] who married James Jacobs. are mentioned on the headstone

Fleming, John HelliwellRef 278-1179
[1815-1886] Son of Elizabeth and Joseph Fleming, a cordwainer.

Born in Southowram.

He was a shoemaker [1841] / a master cordwainer [1851] / a boot & shoe maker employing 15 men & 6 boys [1861] / a master boot & shoe maker employing 20 men, 1 woman, 3 boys & 2 girls [1871] / a retired boot maker [1881]

In 1838, he married Sarah Thomas [1817-1884] in Halifax.

Children:

  1. Abraham [b 1838]
  2. Elizabeth Ann [1841-1875] who married Joseph Morton
  3. Martha Hannah [b 1843]
  4. Emma [b 1848]
  5. Joah [b 1850]
  6. George [1852]

The family lived at

Living with them [in 1851] was lodger William Caton [aged 34] (cordwainer).

Living with them [in 1871] were niece Hannah Thomas [aged 16].

Both Sarah and John Helliwell Fleming died in Ormskirk

Fleming, JosephRef 278-6
[1846-1917] Son of George Fleming.

He was a woollen weaver [1861].

He married Mary Ann [1847-1915].

Joseph died 5th May 1917 (aged 71).

Mary Ann died 24th February 1915 (aged 68).

Members of the family were buried at Providence Congregational Church, Stainland with Joseph's parents

Fleming, Linda JaneRef 278-113
[1970-1993] She disappeared from her Elland home in January 1993.

Her father, Derek, appeared on national TV, making a tearful appeal for information the killer, and won public sympathy.

Linda's battered body was found 9 days later in a ditch on moorland at Scammonden.

In February, Derek was arrested and in January 1994, he was sentenced to life imprisonment at Leeds for the murder

Fleming, Louis FrederickRef 278-4
[1867-1945] Or Lewis.

Son of Martha (née Crabtree) & John Fleming.

Born in Halifax [11th July 1867].

He was a brushmaker's finisher [1901] / a muffin & crumpet maker [1911].

He married 1895 Annie Marshall [1866-19??].

Children:

  1. Winnie [b 1898]
  2. Walter [b 1902]
  3. Gladys [b 1903]
  4. Ida [b 1906]

The family lived at

  • 14 Eldroth Mount, Halifax [1901]
  • 48 Mellor Terrace, Moorfield Street, Halifax [1911]
  • 3 Park Place, Halifax

The family emigrated to Canada


September 1911:

Louis Frederick Fleming, his wife and 4 children arrived in Quebec City, Quebec, aboard the VICTORIAN; destination Brantford, Ontario, Canada

 


Canada Passenger Lists – Quebec 1920:

Louis & Annie Fleming of Brantford arrived from Liverpool aboard the EMPRESS OF FRANCE [9th June 1920]

 


Canadian census 1921:

Louis Frederick Fleming, wife and family lived at 175 Dufferin Avenue, Brantford

 


Gladys & Ida Fleming, both typists of 3 Park Place, Halifax, sailed from New York to Liverpool aboard the ADRIATIC. arriving 15th July 1924.

On 22nd April 1944, Winnie Fleming married Josiah Marks [b Birkenhead, England 1914].

 

Louis died in Ontario, Canada in 1945 (aged 77).

He was buried at Mount Hope [7th January 1945]. Annie was living at 46 Port Street, Brantford

Fleming, RichardRef 278-92
[1816-1878] Born in Norland.

He was a quarry man [1851] / a stone delver [1861, 1871].

He married Elizabeth [1817-1???].

Children:

  1. William [b 1840] who was a wool comber [1851], a labourer for stone mason [1861]
  2. John [b 1842] who was a worsted piecer [1851], a stone delver [1861]
  3. James [b 1845] who was a worsted labourer [1861]
  4. Thomas [b 1846] who was a cloth finisher [1871], a farmer [1881]
  5. Henry [b 1848]
  6. Caroline [b 1850]
  7. Richard [b 1851] who was a worsted labourer [1861], a cart driver [1871], a labourer [1881]
  8. Lavinia [b 1854] who was a worsted mill hand [1871]
  9. Elizabeth [b 1856]
  10. George [b 1857] who was a woollen mill hand [1871], a stone delver [1881]
  11. Samuel

The family lived at

  • Roughs, Norland [1851]
  • Kitty Moor, Norland [1861, 1871]
  • Roughs, Norland [1881]

Fleming, SamuelRef 278-1245
[18??-18??] Recorded in 1865, when he was a stationer and newsagent at 30 Swine Market, Halifax

Fleming, SamuelRef 278-1363
[1818-1895] Born in Halifax.

He was a fancy weaver [1837] / a silk weaver [1841] / a worsted weaver [1851] / a botanist [1861] / a herbalist [1869] / a galvanist [1871] / a herbalist (sub med) [1881] / a herbalist [1891] / a damask weaver.

In 1837, he married Patience Woodworth [1817-1880] at Halifax Parish Church.


Patience was the daughter of stay-maker William Woodworth
 

Children:

  1. Sarah [b 1840]
  2. Eliza A [b 1842] who was a reeler in worsted factory [1861]
  3. Susannah [b 1844] who was a reeler in worsted factory [1861]
  4. Harriet [b 1846] who was a spinner in worsted factory [1851, 1861] & married [1868] Thomas Oakes [1846-1???] a warehouse man born in Kidderminster
  5. Louisa [1848-1896] who married John Owen Farrar
  6. John [b 1850]
  7. Henry [b 1853] who was a card maker [1871]
  8. Thomas [b 1856] who was a carpet printer [1871]
  9. Walter [b 1858] who was a worsted spinner [1871]
  10. Samuel [b 1862] who was a worsted spinner [1871] a worsted millhand [1881]

The family lived at

  • King Cross Street, Halifax [1841]
  • Paradise Street, Halifax [1851]
  • 16 & 17 Paradise Street, Halifax [1861]
  • 22 Paradise Street, Halifax [1871, 1881, 1891]
  • 2 Lombard Street, Halifax [1895]

Living with them [in 1851] was widowed mother-in-law / grandmother Sarah Woodworth [b 1777].

Living with them [in 1871] were daughter Harriet and her husband Thomas Oaks.

Samuel died (of senile decay) [7th March 1895] (aged 77) 

Fleming, SamuelRef 278-89
[1860-1???] Son of Richard Fleming.

Born in Norland.

He was a worsted mill hand [1871] / a carter [1882] / a hostler [1891] / a stableman at flour mill [1901] / a horse keeper [1911].

In 1882, he married Ellen Howarth [1860-1???] at Elland Parish Church.


Ellen, of Norland, was the daughter of James Howarth, fuller
 

Children:

  1. Wilfred
  2. Selwyn [b 1884] who was a moulder apprentice (pig iron) [1901]
  3. Harry [b 1887] who was a cotton spinner [1901]
  4. George Heaton [1890-1893]
  5. Sarah Ellen [b 1891] who was a cotton mule piecer [1911]
  6. Fred [b 1894] who was a cop packer (warehouse) [1911]
  7. Willie [b 1897] who was an apprentice pattern maker [1911]

The family lived at 6 Walton Street, Sowerby Bridge [1891, 1901, 1911].

Living with them [in 1891] 1901 was Samuel's brother Richard Fleming carter [1891], drayman teamster [1901]

Fleming, ThomasRef 278-1080
[17??-18??] Brush maker at Halifax. Recorded in 1828 at Lister Lane, Halifax

See Fleming Brothers Thomas Fleming

Fleming, ThomasRef 278-42
[1796-185?] Born in Dublin.

He was a brush maker with a shop at Northgate, Halifax.

In 1882, the business was awarded a medal at the Halifax Fine Art & Industrial Exhibition

for the manufacture of brushes by the blind

He married Mary Shaw.


Mary came from Halifax
 

They had several children, including

  1. John [b 1836] who was born blind, educated at St Olave's school for the blind in York [1851], and was a dealer in fancy goods, and later worked as a shop keeper (possibly in the family business) 

See Fleming Brothers and Thomas Fleming

Fleming, ThomasRef 278-1304
[1811-1???] Born in Stockport.

He was a card maker and general warehouseman employing 63 hands [1851] / a card maker employing 2 men and 4 women [1861] / a retired card maker [1871].

He married Susannah [1813-1871] from Pilsworth, Lancashire.


Susannah came from Pilsworth, Lancashire
 

Children:

  1. Sarah Ann [b 1834]
  2. Morris / Maurice [b 1835]
  3. Francis
  4. Alexander [b 1834]
  5. Amelia [b 1848]

The family lived at

Living with the widowed Thomas [in 1871] were his unmarried sister Martha Fleming [aged 44] and his nephew Samuel Fleming [aged 19] (wire drawer).

Members of the family were buried at Lister Lane Cemetery [Plot Number 389]

Fleming, Thomas WilliamRef 278-581
[1867-1910] Landlord of the Prince of Wales, Boothtown [1901]

Fleming, Thomas WorrallRef 278-1054
[1870-1915] Son of Francis Fleming.

Born in Halifax.

He was a card & leather belting manufacturer [1891] / a foreman (card department) [1901].

During World War II, he served as a Private with the 8th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He was reported wounded & missing at Suvla Bay [12th August 1915].

He is remembered at Lister Lane Cemetery [Plot Number 389], on the Helles Memorial, Gallipoli [Grave Ref 117-119], in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, and on the Memorial at Park Congregational Church

Fleming, W.Ref 278-426
[18??-18??] Established St James's Road Turkish Baths, Halifax around 1862

Fleming, WalterRef 278-474
[18??-191?] He served in World War I.

He died in the conflict.

He is remembered on Wadsworth War Memorial, and on the Memorial at Old Town Methodist Chapel, Wadsworth

Fleming, WilfredRef 278-8
[1880-1967] Landlord of the Moorcock, Norland [1925-1954]

Fleming, WilfredRef 278-77
[1883-19??] Son of Samuel Fleming.

He was an apprentice tool maker (fitter) [1901] / a turner (iron) [1911].

He lived at Walton Street, Sowerby Bridge with his parents [1907, 1911].

He was injured – fractured arm and cut head – in the Pye Nest Tram Disaster of 15th October 1907, and was detained at Halifax Infirmary

Fleming, WilliamRef 278-454
[12??-13??]

Children:

  1. John

Fleming, WilliamRef 278-455
[13??-13??] Son of John Fleming.

In 1343, he inherited Hartshead Hall

Fleming, WilliamRef 278-670
[13??-14??] Son and heir of John Fleming.

He was Lord of Clifton and held lands in Dewsbury.

On 8th October 1434, he went to the Wakefield Great Court and acknowledged that he held the lord of the manor of Clifton with appurtenances in socage by fealty and service. He entered the manor by hereditary right after the death of his father John. He also acknowledged that he held of the lord certain lands and tenements in Dewsbury in socage.

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. William

A Deed of Gift [dated 12th May 1460] records:


from William Fleming the elder of Wath, Esquire to John Stansfeld of Hartshead and Geoffrey Stansfeld, his son. Rent from the demesne land in Clifton
 


In 1469, William Fleming, Esq. conveyed Clifton Manor after the death of Thurstan Banaster who held it for life, to Henry and John Sothill, Esquires, which lands were John Fleming's, Knight, father of Thomas Fleming, Knight
 

Fleming, WilliamRef 278-468
[17??-18??] He was a woollen weaver [1841].

On 6th September 1807, he married Susannah Fleming.

Children:

  1. Thomas [b 1808]
  2. John [b 1810]
  3. Isaac
  4. Ann [b 1814]
  5. Henry [b 1817]
  6. James [b 1820]
  7. Richard [b 1822]
  8. Lisa / Eliza [b 1824]
  9. Elizabeth [b 1822]

The family lived at Hollas Field, Norland [1841]

Fleming, WilliamRef 278-2
[1818-1881] Tanner and currier in Halifax [1844].

He and son Edward established William Fleming & Son.

On 11th June 1846, he married Hannah Helliwell [1817-1890].

Children:

  1. Frederick [1847-27th May 1919]
  2. Edward [1855-8th November 1908]

William died 26th April 1881.

Hannah died 19th October 1890.

The couple were buried at All Souls' Church, Halifax with son Edward

Fleming, WilliamRef 278-727
[1871-1918]

In [Q3] 1895, he married Martha Ann Brayshaw in Halifax.

They lived at 3 Uttley Square, Ovenden.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 1st/4th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He died 13th December 1918 (aged 47).

He was buried at Illingworth Moor Wesleyan Chapel [Old Ground 6 48]

Fleming, WilliamRef 278-833
[1885-19??] Of Halifax.

He married Jessie.

Children:

  1. Basil Anthony
  2. Geoffrey Dewhirst
  3. Milcie who married Cyril Walker

 

Fleming surnameRef 278-1
The surname means someone from Flanders and does not have a local origin

There are over 30 entries on the Calderdale Companion for people with the surname Fleming, as discussed in this SideTrack. This count does not include other forms of the surname.

Unattached BMDs for Fleming:


Marriages 1856, 1858, 1863, 1880, 1900, 1906; Death 1899
 



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