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Hinchcliffe, Harold
[1896-1918] Son of Lucy (née Broadbent) & Thomas Hinchliffe of Rastrick.

During World War I, he served as a Gunner with X 41st Trench Mortar Battery Royal Field Artillery.

He died 4th April 1918.

He was buried at Bienvillers Military Cemetery, France [Grave Ref XII C 5].

He is remembered on Rastrick War Memorial

Hinchliffe, Albert
[1853-1941] Son of Thomas Edwin Hinchliffe.

Born in Halifax.

He was a cotton mill manager [1874] / a yarn agent & broker [1881] / a mill furnisher (employer) [1891] / a commission agent, mill furnisher and machinery broker at Eaves Mill, Hebden Bridge / a machinery broker [1901] / a mill furnisher [1911] / secretary of the Yorkshire Master Cotton Spinners & Doublers Association.

In 1874, he married Mary Hannah [1854-1929] at Holy Trinity Church, Halifax.


Mary Hannah was the daughter of James Foster, pattern-maker
 

Children:

  1. Frederick [b 1876] who was a mill furnisher's assistant [1891]
  2. Charles [1877-1877]
  3. Annie [1878-1970] who was a sick nurse [1911], & never married
  4. Albert [1880-1899]
  5. Thomas [1882-1882]
  6. Sarah [b 1883]
  7. Elizabeth [1883-1884]
  8. Mary [1886-1906] who was a dressmaker's apprentice [1901], & never married
  9. Richard [b 1888] who was a law clerk [1911]
  10. Helen [1889-1964] who never married
  11. George
  12. Fanny [1893-1910]

The family lived at

  • Bank Terrace, Hebden Bridge [1881]
  • 7 Cliff Street, Hebden Bridge [1891]
  • 27 Heath Cottage, Hebden Bridge [1901]
  • Eaves Cottage, Hebden Bridge [1905]
  • 12 Belvoir Gardens, St Alban's Road, Halifax [1911, 1915]

Members of the family were buried at St John's Church, Cragg Vale

Hinchliffe, Alfred
[1???-1???] Lodging house keeper at the Barrack Tavern Lodge, Halifax.

In July 1884, he was summoned for harbouring known thieves, and also for allowing the sexes to sleep together indiscriminately in his house. For the 1st charge, he was fined £10 plus 7/6d costs, and for the 2nd charge, he was fined £1 plus 7/6d costs

Hinchliffe, Arthur
[1861-1???] Son of Joseph Hinchliffe, teazer.

Born in Moldgreen Huddersfield.

He was a teazer of Hillhouse Lane [1882] / an India rubber mixer [1891] / a card cloth maker [1901, 1911].

In 1882, he married Ann Leeming [1862-1???] in Huddersfield.


Ann, of Bradford Road, Bradley, Huddersfield was born in Huddersfield, the daughter of John Leeming, blacksmith
 

Children:

  1. Mary H [b 1883] who was a cotton doubler [1901]
  2. Friend
  3. Leonard [b 1889] who was a farmers man [1911]
  4. Ida [b 1892] who was a worsted drawer [1901, 1911]
  5. Leeming [b 1894] who was a spindle and fly maker apprentice [1911]
  6. Marion [b 1898] who was a pattern card maker [1911]
  7. Lily [b 1902]
  8. Horton [b 1906]

The family lived at

The family lived at

  • Swan Bank, Southowram [1891]
  • 26 Church Street, Dalton, Huddersfield [1901]
  • 1 Jenkinson Court, Lister Lane, Halifax [1911]

Hinchliffe, Charles
[18??-1???] Brighouse solicitor. Partner in Roberts, Son & Hinchliffe

Hinchliffe, Charles Edward
[1847-1886] Son of Hinchliffe Hinchliffe.

He died of consumption in Mentone, France [7th January 1886] (aged 39).

He was buried at St John's Church, Cragg Vale [14th January 1886].

Probate records show that he left a personal estate valued at £5,418 16/4d. Probate was granted to his father

Hinchliffe, Charles Leonard
[1887-1917] Son of Clara Annie & Henry Hinchliffe of Tofts Grove, Rastrick.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 6th Battalion Gordon Highlanders.

He died 2nd July 1917 (aged 29).

He was buried at Niederzwehren Cemetery, Germany. [Grave Ref I B 2].

He is remembered on Rastrick War Memorial

Hinchliffe, Clement
[18??-191?]

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 5th Battalion Leicestershire Regiment.

He died in the conflict.

He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance

Hinchliffe, Edwin Rigby
[1896-1977] OBE.

Illegitimate son of Mary Howe Hinchliffe.

Born in Skipton workhouse [2nd October 1896].


Mary was the daughter of Emma Armitage & Firth Hinchliffe.

Her father Firth died 2 months before Mary was born, and her mother Emma died 2 months after giving birth to Mary, leaving orphans Alice, Albert, Ann & Mary

 

He was a member of Brighouse Borough Council [1936] / an Alderman [1945] / Mayor of Brighouse [1954-1956] / He was made a Freeman of the Borough of Brighouse on 4th April 1964..

He died in Halifax [Q3 1977]

Hinchliffe, Ernest William
[18??-19??] Halifax solicitor at Tower Chambers, Halifax [1934].

He qualified in June 1901

Hinchliffe, Frederic William
[1848-1880] Son of Hinchliffe Hinchliffe.

He never married.

He died of consumption in Melbourne, Australia [2nd March 1880].

He was buried at St John's Church, Cragg Vale [12th June 1880].

Probate records show that he left a personal estate valued at under £4,000. Probate was granted to his father

Hinchliffe, Friend
[1887-1917] Son of Arthur Hinchliffe.

Born in Huddersfield.

He was a seal skin wirer [1901] / a card cloth maker [1911] / employed by Patchett Brothers at Sedburgh Mills.

In [Q4] 1911, he married Mary Moran [1886-19??] at Halifax Parish Church.


Mary, of Jenkinson's Court, Halifax, was the daughter of William Moran, labourer
 

Children:

  1. Cyril [b 1914]

The family lived at 46 Horne Street, Pellon Lane, Halifax.

During World War I, he enlisted [June 1916], and was with the Northumberland Fusiliers before being transferred to serve as a Private with the 2nd Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own).

He died of wounds [16th April 1917] (aged 30).

He was buried at Bray Military Cemetery, France [Grave Ref II E 22].

He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance

Hinchliffe, George
[17??-1854] His cotton mill at Mill Bank was known as the Old Water Mill.

See Damside Mill, Ripponden

Hinchliffe, George
[1782-1856] Of Cragg.

Son of Joseph Hinchliffe.

Born in Sowerby.

He was a manufacturer [1841] / a cotton spinner employing 25 men, 32 women, 11 boys & 11 girls [1851]

On 24th June 1804, he married (1) Susy Susannah Barker [1784-1833] at Halifax Parish Church.

Children:

  1. Mary [1806-1832]
  2. Hannah [1807-1882]
  3. Fanny [1810-1883] who married George
  4. George
  5. Sarah [1814-1816]
  6. Frances Ann [1816-1817]
  7. Alfred [1818-1885]
  8. Joseph
  9. Susannah [1822-1835]

On 4th June 1840, he married (2) Susey Clegg [1770-1844] at Halifax Parish Church.

The family lived at

  • Bottoms, Erringden [1841]
  • Mount Pleasant, Erringden [1851]

Living with them [in 1841] was John Hinchliffe.

Living with them [in 1851] was John Jackson.

He died 21st June 1856 [aged 73].

Members of the family were buried at St John's Church, Cragg Vale

Hinchliffe, George
[18??-191?] He served in World War I.

He died in the conflict.

He is remembered on All Saints' War Memorial, Dudwell

Hinchliffe, George
[1811-1887] Son of Joseph Hinchliffe.

Born in Erringden.

He was a cotton spinner & manufacturer [1841] / a cotton spinner & fustian manufacturer [1851] / a cotton spinner [1859] / a cotton spinner employing 300 persons [1861] / a cotton spinner employing 150 hands [1871] / a retired cotton spinner [1881].

On 16th February 1832, he married his cousin Fanny Hinchliffe at Halifax Parish Church.


Fanny was the daughter of George Hinchliffe
 

Children:

  1. Amanda [1832-1913]
  2. Grace [1834-1868]
  3. Hannah [b 1836]
  4. Susanna [1843-1859]
  5. Marianna [1846-1892] who married John Howorth Ormerod

The family lived at

  • 3 Stoodley Bridge [1841, 1851, 1861]
  • Stoodley Lodge [1871, 1881, 1887]

Robert Tatham was his coachman & gardener.

He died at Stoodley Lodge [22nd April 1887].

Members of the family were buried at St John's Church, Cragg Vale.

Probate records show that he left a personal estate valued at £55,817 19/7d. His will was proved by his brother Hinchliffe Hinchliffe and his daughters Amanda and Marianna

Hinchliffe, George
[1812-1872] Son of George Hinchliffe.

He was a cotton spinner [1841, 1851] / a retired cotton spinner [1861, 1871].

On 21st January 1836, he married Grace, daughter of Joseph Hinchliffe, at Halifax Parish Church.

Children:

  1. Mary Hannah [1838-1911]
  2. Albert [1844-1871]
  3. Ida Victoria [1854-1859]

The family lived at

  • Oldham [1841]
  • Woodville, Erringden [1851]
  • Longsight, Manchester [1861, 1871]

George died in Longsight, Manchester [24th April 1872].

Grace died at Lytham, Lancashire [11th January 1911].

Members of the family were buried at St John's Church, Cragg Vale: George [29th April 1872]; Grace [16th January 1903].

Mary Hannah Farrar [1818-1903], sister of Grace Hinchliffe, is buried in the same grave

Hinchliffe, George
[1891-1915] Son of Albert Hinchliffe

He was a commercial traveller for his father's business [1911].

During World War I, he enlisted [August 1914], and served as a Corporal with A Company 6th Battalion King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry.

He was killed in action at the Front [22nd September 1915] (aged 24).

His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [9th October 1915].

He was buried at Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Belgium [Grave Ref III A 38].

He is remembered on the family grave at St John's Church, Cragg Vale, in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, and on the Memorial at All Saints' Church, Dudwell

Hinchliffe, George Eastwood
[1880-1959] Halifax architect.

In [Q2] 1918, he married Elizabeth Ann Smithies in Fylde


Elizabeth Ann was the daughter of
John William Smithies
 

They lived at 1 Queen's Gate, Savile Park, Halifax [1937].

Elizabeth Ann died in the Royal Halifax Infirmary [20th June 1937].

Probate records show that she left effects valued at £5,636 17/8d.

Probate was granted to her husband George and Ernest William Hinchliffe.

George died in 1959.

In his will, valued at £65,071, he left bequests for St John in the Wilderness, Cragg Vale and St Jude's Church, Savile Park,

Hinchliffe, Helen
[1853-1917] Daughter of Hinchliffe Hinchliffe.

After her father's cruel reputation in the district, she redeemed the family name in Cragg Vale. She built the vicarage for St John's Church.

She married 3 times.

On 9th April 1881, she married (1) George Sagar at Burnley, secretly and against her father's wishes.

George died in Southport in 1883.

In 1884, she married (2) Dr Edmund Strickland at St John's Church, Cragg Vale.

Edmund died in Southport [20th February 1902].

In 1902, she married (3) William Algernon Simpson [1880-1963] at Knaresborough.

In 1902, she married (3) William Algernon Simpson.

she married (3) William Algernon Simpson at Knaresborough. He added her surname to his own, becoming Helen and William Algernon Simpson-Hinchliffe. She was 49, he 22.

A local cynic commented that:

she was stricken with nymphomania and bought the treatment

The couple built Cragg Hall.

In February 1912, she bought the Cragg Vale Inn from Stocks and renamed it the Hinchliffe Arms.

She died in London on 19th April 1917. In 1900, she had inherited her father's estate of £325,000 – less death duties – but she only left £76,000 to her husband when she died.

She was buried at St John's Church, Cragg Vale.

See Cragg Vale Vicarage

Hinchliffe, Hinchliffe
[1822-1900] JP.

Son of Joseph Hinchliffe.

Born in Erringden.

He was a cotton spinner [1859, 1861] / owner of 4 cotton mills at Cragg Vale / partner in Hinchliffe Hinchliffe & Sons Limited / a JP for the Todmorden Union [1896].

On 9th June 1846, he married Fanny Greenwood [1826-1888] at Halifax Parish Church.


Fanny was the daughter of John Greenwood
 

Children:

  1. Charles Edward – died of consumption
  2. Frederic William – died of consumption
  3. Howard Greenwood [1851-1855]
  4. Helen – the only child to survive
  5. Clara [1857-1878] who died of consumption

He was known for being careful with money.

He bought Old Cragg Hall from Christopher Rawson.

The family supported St John's Church, Cragg Vale. Mrs Hinchliffe gave a lectern. Mr Hinchliffe gave the organ costing £400 in memory of his 2 sons. He and his daughter, Helen, gave a chancel window in memory of Mrs Hinchliffe.

Fanny died 2nd October 1888.

In his latter years, Hinchliffe moved to Southport where he lived almost as a recluse.

He died at Southport after a lingering illness [9th October 1900 in his 78th year].

After his death, his considerable estate passed to his daughter, Helen.

Members of the family were buried at St John's Church, Cragg Vale in the family vault there. Fanny's sister Mary Greenwood [1804-1878] is buried in the same grave.

See Cragg Vale Vicarage, Hinchliffe Arms and George Bentley Taylor

Hinchliffe, Joseph
[1752-1817] On 16th January 1774, he married Mary Sutcliffe [1754-1833] at Halifax Parish Church.

Children:

  1. Samuel [1773-1840]
  2. George
  3. Joseph

Hinchliffe, Joseph
[1784-1859] Son of Joseph Hinchliffe.

Of Marsh Grove, Erringden.

He was a cotton spinner [1841] / a cotton spinner employing 19 men, 12 women, 21 girls & 9 boys [1851]

On 17th April 1808, he married (1) Grace Sutcliffe [1785-1820] at Halifax Parish Church.

Children:

  1. William [1808-1849]
  2. George
  3. Richard [1813-1832]
  4. Mary Hannah [b 1816] who married Mr Farrar
  5. Grace [1818-1903] who married George Hinchliffe

On 14th December 1822, he married (2) Betty Kenworthy [1786-1824] at Halifax Parish Church.

Children:

  1. Hinchliffe

The family lived at

  • Marshaw Grove, Cragg [1841]
  • Marsh Grove, Cragg [1851, 1859]

He died at Marsh Grove [28th July 1859].

Members of the family were buried at St John's Church, Cragg Vale

Probate records show that he left effects valued at under £4,000.

His will was proved by his sons George and Hinchliffe

Hinchliffe, Joseph
[1808-1972] Son of Samuel Hinchliffe.

He was (possibly) landlord of the Robin Hood, Cragg Vale [1845, 1861].

On 26th August 1832, he married Hannah Clayton [1809-1883] at Halifax Parish Church.

Children:

  1. Elizabeth [1832-1904] who married John Broadbent
  2. Mary [1834-1901] who married William Henry Priestley [1834-1859]
  3. William Henry [1836-1837]
  4. Edwin [1838-1889]
  5. Amanda [1840-1910]
  6. Eliza [1842-1925]
  7. Henry [1844-1845]
  8. James Richard [1847-1850]
  9. Ben [1850-1850]

The family lived at Bottoms, Cragg Vale.

Joseph died 7th August 1872.

Probate records show that he left effects valued at under £1,000.

The will was proved by his widow Hannah, Thomas Henry Croisdale Scratcherd, and John Broadbent.

Members of the family were buried at St John's Church, Cragg Vale

See William Hinchliffe

Hinchliffe, Joseph
[1820-1864] Born in Sowerby.

He was a master cotton spinner employing 66 hands [1851] / a cotton spinner employing 262 workpeople [1861].

On 28th July 1842, he married Mary Ann Crabtree [1818-1893] at Halifax Parish Church.

Children:

  1. Ada [1844-1927] who was born in the USA & married Arthur Wilson
  2. George Clement [1845-1846]
  3. Orlando
  4. Wilhelmina [1848-1854]
  5. Teresa [1850-1928]
  6. Annette [1852-1870]

The family lived at

  • Dam Side Cottages, Soyland [1851]
  • 1 Dam Side, Soyland [1861, 1871]

He died at Dam Side [23rd January 1864].

Probate records show that he left effects valued at under £7,000. Probate was granted to the executors: John Jackson of Wheatley (cotton spinner)  and Henry Mitchell of Elland (cardmaker).

In 1871, his widow Mary Ann was a cotton spinner employing 90 persons.

Members of the family were buried at St John's Church, Cragg Vale

Hinchliffe, Oliver
[1841-1908] Brighouse cabinet-maker. He had premises at Bradford Road. The shop is now occupied by Brooke's Restaurant

Hinchliffe, Orlando
[1847-1882] Son of Joseph Hinchliffe.

He was a master cotton spinner [1871].

He owned Gates End Mill, Cragg Vale.

In 1868, he married Elizabeth, daughter of John Bradley in Manchester.

Children:

  1. Wilhelmina [1870-1873]

In 1871, the family were living with Elizabeth's father John Bradley, at Slitheroe House, Rishworth.

He died in Southport [aged 35].

Members of the family were buried at St John's Church, Cragg Vale

Hinchliffe, Richard
[1752-1817] Of Clough Moor in Erringden.

He was in partnership with his son-in-law John Greenwood at Paper Mill, Cragg Vale.

He married Mary [1754-1833]

Children:

  1. (possibly) Hannah [1780-1852] who married John Greenwood

He died 21st May 1817 [aged 65].

Mary died 11th October 1833 [aged 79].

Members of the family were buried at St John's Church, Cragg Vale

Hinchliffe, Richard
[1803-1862] Son of Samuel Hinchliffe.

He was beer seller at Plod Well Wood Bottom, Cragg Vale [1841] / (possibly) landlord of the Cragg Vale Inn, Erringden [1851] / (possibly) landlord of the Royal Oak, Mytholmroyd [1862?] / a cotton twist maker [1861].

On 1st January 1823, he married Maria Sutcliffe [1802-1881] at Halifax Parish Church.


Maria was born in Wadsworth
 

Children:

  1. Sarah Ann [1823-1888] who married Joseph Hartley
  2. William 1826-1861
  3. Thomas Edwin

The family lived at

  • Plod Well Wood Bottom, Cragg Vale [1841]
  • Marshaw Bridge, Cragg Vale [1851]
  • Wheatley, Boy Lane [1861]

Richard died in Wheatley [8th February 1862] (aged 59).

Probate records show that he left effects valued at under £20. Probate was granted to his widow Maria. The probate record notes that he was

late of the Royal Oak Inn, Mytholmroyd

Maria died 4th December 1881 [aged 70].

Members of the family were buried at St John's Church, Cragg Vale

Hinchliffe, Samuel
[1773-1840] He married Elizabeth / Betty [1775-1834].

Children:

  1. Richard [1803-1840]
  2. William
  3. Joseph
  4. Elizabeth [1816-1875] who married Joseph Booth
  5. Fanny [1819-1868] who died at Silver Street, Halifax [1868]

Elizabeth died 25th November 1834 (aged 59).

Samuel died 28th April 1840 (aged 67).

The couple were buried at St John's Church, Cragg Vale

Hinchliffe, Thomas
[1868-1901]

In [Q1] 1898, he married Mary Walsh in Halifax.


Mary was the daughter of
James B. Walsh
 

They lived at 2 Mile Cross Place, Grosvenor Terrace, Halifax.

He was a regular soldier with 12 years' service in the 9th Lancers.

During the South African Wars, he enlisted at the outbreak of war, and served as a Quartermaster Sergeant with the Imperial Yeomanry.

He sailed out to South Africa [January 1900].

He died of enteric fever as he was on the way home aboard SS Mongolian in 1901 (aged 33).

He is remembered on the Halifax Parish Church South African War Memorial, and on West View Park War Memorial

Hinchliffe, Thomas Edwin
[1829-1906] Son of Richard Hinchliffe.

Born in Sowerby.

He was a cotton twister [1851] / a mill manager [1861] / a yarn merchant [1871] / a manufacturer [1874] / a cotton spinner & doubler employing 70 hands [1881] / a cotton spinner [1891, 1901].

He owned Gates End Mill, Cragg Vale.

He was listed at Church Bank Mill, Cragg Vale [1893].

He also managed Victoria Mills, Cragg Vale, Vale Mill, Cragg Vale, and Upper Mill, Cragg Vale for Hinchliffe Hinchliffe, to whom he had to report by 8:30 am in the latter's bedroom.

On 13th May 1852, he married (1) Sarah Bentley [1831-1881] at St John's Church, Cragg Vale.


Sarah was born in Erringden, the daughter of George Bentley.

She died 11th August 1881 [aged 50]

 

Children:

  1. Albert
  2. Frederick [1861-1937] who was a cotton twister [1881]
  3. Richard [1864-1918] who was a bookkeeper [1881]
  4. Annie [1866-1868]

On 26th October 1881, he married (2) Elizabeth [1836-1914] at St John's Church, Cragg Vale.


Elizabeth [née Higgin] was the widow of Mr Gaukroger
 

The family lived at

  • Castle Hill, Cragg [1861]
  • 25 Savile Park, Halifax [1871]
  • Old Cragg Hall [1881, 1891, 1901]

Thomas Edwin died 27th December 1906 (aged 78).

Sarah & Thomas Edwin were buried at St John's Church, Cragg Vale.

See John Broadbent

Hinchliffe, William
[17??-18??] Cotton spinner at Rudclough Mill, Erringden [1822]

Hinchliffe, William
[1805-18??] Son of Samuel Hinchliffe.

On 9th June 1828, he married Susey Rushworth [1809-1878] at Halifax Parish Church.


Susey / Susan / Susannah was born in Sowerby
 

Children:

  1. Betty [1829-1875] who married James Horsfall
  2. Mary Ellen [1832-1873]
  3. William
  4. Samuel [b 1834] who was a linen draper [1861]

The family lived at

William died 3rd December 1834.

Living with the widowed Susan [in 1861] was Mrs Mary Halliwell [aged 49] (retired beerseller) 


In 1841, 1851 & 1861, Susan was a grocer [1841, 1851], a linen draper [1861].

In 1871, she was living as housekeeper for son William and his wife

 

Susan and daughter Mary Ellen both died in Southport.

Members of the family were buried at St John's Church, Cragg Vale

Hinchliffe, William
[1815-18??] Born in Saddleworth.

He was a cloth dresser [1861].

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


Margaret was born in Leeds
 

Children:

  1. Ellen Margaret [b 1841] who had an illegitimate daughter Lucy Jane Hinchliffe [b 1858]; Ellen was a confectioner [1861] & married Richard Craven
  2. Mary [b 1845] who was a pupil teacher [1861]
  3. Eliza A [b 1854] who was a scholar [1861]

The family lived at

  • 13 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge [1861]

Living with them [in 1861] was granddaughter Lucy Jane Hinchliffe [b 1858], the illegitimate daughter of Ellen. Lucy Jane married John Robert Lees

Hinchliffe, William
[1833-1???] Son of William Hinchliffe.

Born in Cragg Vale.

He was a linen draper [1861, 1871] / a draper & milliner [1891].

On 16th March 1870, he married Ann [1800-1???] at St James's Church, Halifax.


Ann was born in Halifax, the daughter of Mr Chappell.

On 16th September 1851, she married John Linton Shields [1828-1???] at St Peter's Church, Leeds. Children:

  1. Henrietta [1855-1873]
  2. Joe Chappell [1857-1931]

They divorced in 1863 because of his cruelty and adultery

 

They lived at 27 Crown Street, Halifax [1871].

Living with them [in 1871] was William's mother Susannah, and several milliners, draper's assistants and apprentices.

William moved to Whitehaven, where he died

Hinchliffe, William Henry
[1840-1909]

He married Ellen Crowther.


Ellen was the daughter of
Rev Thomas Crowther
 

 

The Hinchliffe family of Cragg Vale
A mill-owning family at Cragg Vale. Many of the families mills in the area – including Rudclough Mill, Vale Mill, Cragg Vale, Church Bank Mill, Cragg Vale, and Victoria Mills, Cragg Vale - had a bad reputation for exploiting child labour. At the beginning of the 19th century, children in their mills were recorded as working from 5:30 am to 8:30 pm.

Many of the family were buried at the church of St John in the Wilderness.

See The Greenwood family of Cragg Vale, G. & W. Hinchliffe, Marsh Grove, Cragg Vale and Jack Uttley

Hinchliffe surname
Other forms of the surname include Henchcliff, Hinchcliffe, Hinchliff, Hinchsliff, Inchcliffe and Inchliffe.

Entries for people with this and similar surnames are shown in a separate Foldout

John de Hengeclif is recorded in 1324, and John Hinchliffe is recorded in 1633.

The name is said to originate in the Holmfirth area.

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

Unattached BMDs for Hinchliffe:


Marriages 1906, 1908; Death 1907
 



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