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Ingham, Mrs
[1???-18??] She ran a private school in Halifax [around 1822]

Ingham, Mr
[17??-18??]

He married Mary [1793-18??]


Mary was born in Elland
 

Children:

  1. Hannah [b 1827]
  2. Harriet [b 1832] who was a dress maker [1851]
  3. John [b 1834] who was a general servant [1851]

Mary was innkeeper of the Roundhill, Rastrick [1851]

Ingham, Abraham
[17??-1771] Farm labourer. He was an informer hired by William Deighton.

In January 1771, a gang of coiners in the Union Cross, Heptonstall overheard Ingham saying that he knew who had murdered William Deighton, and that he intended to name them to the authorities. The gang promptly seized him round the neck with a pair of tongs, threw him on the fire, pushed his head into the fire, and poured burning coals down his breeches - killing him.

Those charged with the murder included: John Greenwood [acquitted], James Jagger [gaoled at York Castle], and Mary Newall of Heptonstall [acquitted]

Ingham, Abraham
[1787-18??] He served with the 2nd Battalion 84th Foot York & Lancaster Regiment in the Peninsular War

Ingham, Alfred
[1859-1935] Born in Mill Bank.

He was junior partner in John Hadwen & Sons Limited [1892] / a silk spinner [1901] / a merchant of silk & cotton yarn [1911].


On 5th December 1901, application was granted to charge him and Frederick Walter Hadwen under the Bankruptcy Act [1869] for alleged falsification of a balance sheet, making false entries in the balance sheet and in the rough stock book, obtaining money by false representation and not repaying it, incurring a debt with the Halifax & Huddersfield Union Banking Company, and obtaining credit by false pretences.

They were indicted at Leeds Assizes for false pretences and other offences. The 2 men had separate defence counsels and each pleaded not guilty, and placed the wrongdoing on the other party. The Jury found both men guilty.

They were both convicted but the convictions were quashed by the Court for the Consideration of Crown Cases, on the grounds that, at the original trial at the assizes, the court had improperly refused to allow counsel for one defendant to cross-examine the other defendant, who had elected to give evidence on his own behalf

 

In [Q2] 1879, he married Emily Ann Whiteley [1858-1918] in Halifax.


Emily Ann was born in Sowerby Bridge
 

Children:

  1. Florence [b 1879] who was a book keeper [1911] and never married
  2. John Whiteley [1884-1951] who was a silk spinner [1901]
  3. Grace Elizabeth [b 1888] who was a school teacher [1911]
  4. George Burgess [1897-1948]

The family lived at

  • Dean House, Mill Bank [1891, 1901]
  • 1 Clegg Street, Macclesfield [1911]
  • 154 Buxton Road, Macclesfield [1935]

He died in Macclesfield [4th August 1935].

Probate records show that he left effects valued at £306 8/7d to daughter Florence, and John Stanley White (company director) 

Ingham, Dr Amos
[1827-1889] Of Hebden Bridge.

Born in Heptonstall.

He was admitted to the Royal College of Surgeons [October 1852] / surgeon to the Brontë family and was present [February & March 1855] when Charlotte died and signed her death certificate.

On 21st March 1854, he married Mary Akeroyd [1828-1880] at St Michael & All Angels' Church, Haworth.


Mary was born in Haworth
 

Children:

  1. Hannah Maria [1856-1885]
  2. Sarah [1857-1927]
  3. John William Foster [1860-1919]

Ingham, Barrie
[1932-2015] Halifax-born stage and screen actor

Ingham, Benjamin
[1712-1772] Born in Ossett.

He was a Methodist, then a Moravian, before going on to establish the Inghamite societies.

See Inghamite Chapel, Todmorden and John Sharp

Ingham, Sir Bernard
[1932-] Hebden Bridge-born journalist and broadcaster, and Press Secretary for Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher

Ingham, Charles
[1844-18??] Born in Halifax.

He was a stone miner [1881] / a delver.

He married Mary [1845-1???].


Mary was born in Southowram
 

Children:

  1. Sarah A [b 1867] who was a worsted spinner [1881]
  2. James
  3. George T [b 1872] who was a wire drawer [1891]
  4. Rufus [b 1873] who was a dyer's labourer [1891]
  5. Proctor [b 1876] who was a mill hand carpet [1891]
  6. Charles [b 1878] who was a worsted doffer [1891]
  7. Friend [b 1880]
  8. Lewis [b 1884] who was an apprentice joiner & builder [1901]

The children were born in Southowram.

The family lived at

  • 3 Cain Lane, Southowram [1881]
  • Cain Lane, Southowram [1891]

Mary was a widow by 1891

Ingham, Cyril Robert
[1897-1917] Son of Robert Ingham.

Born in Hebden Bridge.

He was Hope Baptist School, Hebden Bridge, Operatic Society & cricket eleven / a machine button-holer for ready-made clothing [1911] / employed by Hartley Sons & Company.

During World War I, he served as a Rifleman with the 1st/7th Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own).

During an attack, he was severely wounded in the right side, and found in a shell hole by a stretcher-bearer, Private C. Clegg. Clegg dressed his wounds, but could not find him when he returned later, and presumed that he had been killed in subsequent barrage fire.

He died 9th October 1917 (aged 20).

He is remembered on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium [Grave Ref 42-47 & 162], and on the Memorial at Hope Baptist Church, Hebden Bridge.

His brother Thomas Wilbert also died in the War

Ingham, Rev D. P.
[19??-19??] Curate at Elland [1933]. In 1934, he was appointed vicar of Linthwaite

Ingham, David
[1808-18??] Born in Hebden Bridge.

He was a cotton spinner [1861].

He married Ellen [1810-1???].


Ellen was born in Hebden Bridge
 

Children:

  1. Martha Ann [b 1840] who married Abraham Lumb
  2. John Edward [b 1841] who was a cotton scutcher [1861]
  3. Brook [b 1843] who was a cotton piecer [1861]
  4. Albert [b 1845] who was a cotton piecer [1861]
  5. Susey [b 1847] who was a cotton reeler [1861]

The family lived at 953 Denton Row, Stainland [1861].

Living with them [in 1861] was grandson John William Ingham [b  1857]

Ingham, Edward
[18??-18??] He had business at Green Mount Dye Works, Halifax [1872].

He was a partner in Ingham Brothers / A promoter of the Halifax, Huddersfield & Keighley Railway [1863] / a trustee of the Halifax Equitable Benefit Building Society [1872].

He lived at Green Mount [1874]

Ingham, Ellis
[1847-1909] He was a grocer [1883] / a grease extractor at Hay's Mill, Mixenden, Wainstalls Mill & Moor End Shed [1883] / a grease and oil refiner (employer) [1891] / an oil extractor (own account) [1901] / oil refiner and extractor at Wharf Side, Elland [1905?].

He was declared bankrupt [6 April 1883]

He lived at

  • West View, Moorside, Ovenden [1891]
  • 54 Keighley Road, Illingworth [1901]
  • 2 Clough Lane, Mixenden [1883]
  • 54 Keighley Road, Illingworth [1905]

He died 1st January 1909

Ingham, Ely
[1783-18??] He served with the 2nd Battalion 84th Foot York & Lancaster Regiment in the Peninsular War

Ingham, Fred
[1877-1928] Son of George Ingham.

Born in Warley [30th June 1877].

He was a farmer [1911].

On 2nd November 1911, he married Sarah Eccles [1877-19??] at Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge.


Sarah was born in Halifax
 

Fred died in Sowerby in 1928

Ingham, Fred
[1890-1919] Born in Ripponden [18th July 1890].

Baptised at St Bartholomew's Church, Ripponden [22nd October 1890].

During World War I, he served as a Private with the Lincolnshire Regiment, then transferred to the Labour Corps.

He died 18th February 1919.

He was buried at St Paul's Church, Cross Stone [New Part 12 20].

He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

Ingham, Fred
[1892-19??] Born in Clifton [20th May 1892].

He was a carpet weaver [1919].

On 5th June 1919, he married Annie Goodyear at Coley Church.


Annie was the daughter of
Fred Goodyear
 

Ingham, Frederick Charles
[1843-1900] Born in Greetland.

He was a wool & waste dealer (employer) [1891].

In q3/1865, he married Elizabeth Hodgson [1844-1???] in Bradford.


Elizabeth was born in Wyke
 

Children:

  1. Wilfrid [b 1871] who was a wool warehouseman [1891]
  2. Joseph Kilburn [b 1872] who was a wood carver's apprentice [1891]
  3. Hanson [b 1874] who was a wool warehouseman [1891]
  4. Walter [b 1878]
  5. Frederick [b 1879]
  6. Nancy [b 1881]
  7. Susannah [b 1885]

The family lived at Green Lane, Elland-cum-Greetland [1891].

Frederick Charles died Q4 1900 (aged 57) 

Ingham, Frederick Gordon
[1918-1943] Son of Annie & Randolph Ingham, of Bailiff Bridge.

In [Q1] 1943, he married Mary Naylor in Calder District.

They lived in Bailiff Bridge.

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

He died 21st August 1943 (aged 25).

He was buried at Brighouse Cemetery [E C 332]

Ingham, George
[18??-18??] Worsted spinner of West Vale

Ingham, George
[18??-19??] Son of William Ingham.

He was a partner in Ingham & Robinson.

The partnership was dissolved in January 1875, and Ingham carried on the business on his own account

Ingham, George
[1831-1908] He started as a worsted spinner with Mr Robinson at Lineholme Clough, Thornton.

In 1874, the partnership was dissolved, and he went into business on his own at Hollins Mill.

In 1884, he went into partnership with his son, and established George Ingham & Company Limited at Prospect Mill, West Vale.

He married Hannah [1833-1899].

Children:

  1. Alice who died in infancy
  2. Ada who died in infancy

The family lived at The Crescent, Hipperholme.

Hannah died 27th May 1899 (aged 66).

George died 26th July 1908 (aged 77).

Probate records show that he left an estate valued at £105,519

The couple were buried at Brighouse Cemetery, and the infant daughters were buried at Mount Zion, Ogden

Ingham, George
[1847-1911] Born in Warley.

He was a joiner.

He married Sarah Lumb in Halifax.


Sarah was the daughter of
Levi Lumb
 

Children:

  1. John
  2. Harry
  3. Robert [b 1874]
  4. Fred
  5. Ann Elizabeth [1882-1899]
  6. William [b 1884]
  7. Hilda [b 1891]

The children were born in Warley and baptised at St Mary's Church, Luddenden.

The couple died in Sowerby

Ingham, Gerald Bryan
[1906-1958] He lived at Whams, Cragg Vale.

In 19??, he married Margot.

Children:

  1. Gillian
  2. Judith
  3. Bridget
  4. Richard

Ingham, H.
[18??-18??] Tavern keeper at Todmorden.


Question: Does anyone know which tavern this may have been?

 

In June 1859, he was declared bankrupt

Ingham, Hannah
[16??-1727] Of Hipperholme.

She married John Firth

Ingham, Harold Ellis Stead
[1904-19??] In the late 19th century, his father had a furnishing shop in Ovenden before moving to 101 Northgate, opposite the Grand Theatre.

When his father died, Harold inherited the business.

In [Q2] 1929, he married Irene Bolton in Halifax.

Children:

  1. Barrie

The family lived at Oxford Road, Halifax

Ingham, Harry
[1872-1946] Son of George Ingham.

Born in Warley [6th April 1872]

He was a clog maker [1900].

In [Q3] 1900, he married Mary Hannah Clarke [1874-1967] in Halifax.


Mary Hannah was born in Holmfield
 

Children:

  1. Albert [1901-1973] who was a salesman [1946]
  2. Nellie [b 1903] who married [1928] George Edgar Brearley [1902-1962] from Halifax
  3. Jack [1911-1984] who was a plumber [1946]

The children were born in Sowerby.

The couple died in Sowerby: Harry [5th March 1946]; Mary Hannah [] (aged 1967) 

Ingham, Helliwell
[1837-1???] He was a grocer [1871] / a grocer & draper [1881] / a retired grocer [1891]

In 1860, he married Susy Greenwood [1836-1???] in Halifax.

Children:

  1. John Herbert [b 1863] who was a corn dealer [1891]
  2. Ada [b 1864]
  3. Walter [b 1867]
  4. Thomas Dent
  5. Sarah [b 1871]

The family lived at Pecket Well, Wadsworth [1871, 1881, 1891]

Ingham, Helliwell
[1897-1917] Son of Thomas Ingham.

He was a member of the choir at Pellon Baptist Church / a bobbin carrier in worsted spinning room [1911] / employed by S. Earnshaw, joiner, Ferguson Street.

He lived with his parents at 17 Otley Street, Hanson Lane.

During World War I, he enlisted [June 1916] with the Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment), then served as a Private with the 10th Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment.

He was reported missing and assumed to have died 28th April 1917 (aged 20).

He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, and on the Memorial at Pellon Baptist Church

Ingham, Henry
[1839-1875] He drowned [25th July 1875] (aged 36)  during the construction of the Queensbury Tunnel, after falling into five/six yards of water at the bottom of the shaft

Ingham, Henry Mitchell
[1864-1950] Of Todmorden.

Youngest son of John Arthur Ingham.

He was a stockbroker [1900].

He never married.

He lived at 4 Raby Place, Bath [1911].

He died at Raby Place, Bath [19th January 1950].

Probate records show that he left effects valued at £157,098 0/6d. Probate was granted to The District Bank Limited and George Geoffrey Collins (solicitor).

He gave money and land at Hardcastle Crags. Amongst other properties, he left Widdop Gate to the National Trust

Ingham, Herbert
[1896-1915] Son of Jane Ann Ingham of 4 Riley Street, Lydgate, Todmorden [1911].

Born in Cornholme.

He was an inmate in the Todmorden Workhouse [1901] (aged 5).

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 1st/8th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers.

He died 22nd November 1915.

He was buried at Shore General Baptist Church, Todmorden [F 6].

He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

Ingham, Herbert
[1917-1942] Son of Minnie & James Edward Ingham.

He married Mary.

They lived at Southowram.

During World War II, he served as a Private with the Royal Army Medical Corps.

He died 7th April 1942 (aged 25).

He is remembered on the Alamein Memorial, Egypt [Grave Ref 82]

Ingham, Horace
[1915-1944] Son of Edith Helen & John Ingham of 51 Pellon New Road, Halifax.

He worked for Mackintosh's.

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

He was lost on 12th September 1944 when the Japanese Hell Ships Rakuyo Maru and Kachidoki Maru, carrying British & Australian POWs, were mistaken for cargo ships and torpedoed by US submarines USS Pampanito and USS Sealion.

He died 18th September 1944 (aged 29).

He is remembered on the Singapore Memorial [Grave Ref 437], and in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance

Ingham, Isaac
[1828-1885] Son of woolcomber Henry Ingham.

Born in Halifax.

He was a wool comber [1850, 1851] / a dyer of woollen and cotton [1861] / a lamp-lighter [1871] / assistant at the public house, Travellers Rest, Halifax, where his son William Dyson was innkeeper [1881].

In 1850, he married Sophia Cockroft [1829-1898] at Holy Trinity, Halifax.


Sophia, of Haley Hill, was the daughter of weaver Joseph Cockroft.

She was a carpet setter [1861, 1871] / a house keeper [1881] / widow, publican at the Black Horse, Halifax [1891]

 

Children:

  1. Ann [b 1852] who was a worsted mill hand [1861] a carpet setter [1871] & married William Wilkinson
  2. William Dyson
  3. Henry [b 1856] who was a bleacher [1871] a piece dyer (cotton) [1881] barman at the Black Horse, Halifax
  4. Joseph [b 1860] who was a worsted spinner [1871] a plumber [1881]

The family lived at

  • Foundry Street, Halifax [1850]
  • 1 Whitaker's Buildings, Foundry Street, Halifax [1851]
  • 2 Whitaker's Yard, Foundry Street, Halifax [1861]
  • 2 Smith's Court, Halifax [1871]

Living with them [in 1881] were daughter Ann, husband William Wilkinson and family.

Living with the widowed Sophia [in 1891] was niece Elizabeth Mitchell [aged 12].

Isaac & Sophia were buried at All Souls' Church, Halifax

Ingham, Isaac
[1851-1???] Son of William Ingham, machine tenter.

Born in Mount Tabor.

He was a machine tenter of Warley [1872] / a carter [1881] / a paper maker [1891] / a navvy [1901] / an estate labourer [1911].

In 1872, he married Hannah Sophia Ulph [1852-1???] at Halifax Parish Church.


Hannah Sophia, of Midgley, was born in Buxton Norfolk, the daughter of
Robert Ulph
 

Children:

  1. Thomas
  2. William Henry [b 1880] who was a cart driver [1901]
  3. Albert [b 1883] who was a woollen piecer [1901]
  4. Clara [b 1885] who was a worsted twister [1901] and married [1908] Henry Crossley
  5. Lily [b 1895] who was a cotton weaver [1911]

The family lived at

  • 245 Grains Road, Crompton, Oldham [1881]
  • 9 Delph Hill, Midgley [1891]
  • 11 Clement Street, Sowerby Bridge [1901]
  • 76 Sowerby Green, Sowerby [1911]

Ingham, Jack
[1???-194?] Of Todmorden.

During World War II, he served with the Royal Artillery.

He died in the conflict.

He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

Ingham, James
[18??-19??] Recorded in 1905, when he was Secretary and Librarian of the Dean Clough Institute at Richmond Street, Halifax

Ingham, James
[1870-1???] Son of Charles Ingham.

Born in Southowram.

He was a dyer's labourer [1891, 1901].

In 1892, he married Ann Wilkinson [1871-19??] at St Matthew's Church, Rastrick.


Ann, of Rastrick, was the daughter of Joseph Wilkinson, delver
 

Children:

  1. Annie [b 1893]
  2. Walter
  3. Mary A [b 1898]
  4. Arthur J [b 1900]

The family lived at

  • Cain Lane, Southowram [1901]
  • Brook Foot, Southowram
  • 29 Glodwick Road, Oldham [1916]

Living with them [in 1901], was James's brother Lewis [b 1884] (apprentice joiner & builder) 

Ingham, James William
[1898-1917] Son of Walker Ingham.

Born in Wheatley.

Baptised at Illingworth Church [5th June 1898].

He was a member of Pellon Church & Church Lad's Brigade / a chorister at the Church / a creeler (cotton spinning) [1911] / employed by S. Whitley & Company at Hanson Lane Mills, Halifax.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 2nd Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He was killed in action at Fampoux [9th April 1917].

He is remembered on the Arras Memorial, France [Grave Ref 6], in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, on the Memorial at Christ Church, Pellon, and on the Memorial at Hanson Lane Cotton Mill, Halifax

Ingham, Jeremiah
[18??-19??] Gent. Of Halifax.

He was a trustee of the Halifax Ragged School [1897]

Ingham, Jesse
[1864-1935] Born in Hebden Bridge.

He was a cotton spinner [1891].

On 20th October 1883, he married Anne (Annie) Breeze [1859-1925] at Halifax Parish Church.


Anne was born in Trefonen, Shropshire, the daughter of Mary [1829-18??] & Richard Breeze [1816-18??], clock maker/cleaner.

She had a son James Morris [b 1876] (father unknown) 

 

Children:

  1. Mary Jane [b 1885]
  2. Willie Jonathan [b 1886]
  3. Albert [b 1889]
  4. Harry [b 1891]

They lived at

  • 3 Calder Terrace, Heptonstall [1891]
  • Honey Land, Luddenden [1916]

Ingham, John
[17??-18??] Son of John Ingham.

He took over from his father at the Cockpit School.

Later, he became bookkeeper and cashier to Jonathan Akroyd of James Akroyd & Son

Ingham, John
[17??-1812] Schoolmaster, naturalist, entomologist, and water-colourist.

He kept the Cockpit School.

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. John

He and his journals are mentioned in Graptolite's Historical Notes on the Church at Illingworth.

He was buried at Illingworth Church [7th January 1812].

His son John took over at the school

Ingham, John
[1752-1791] Of Shaw in Langfield.

He married Mary [1757-1828].

Children:

  1. Hannah [1781-1781] who died aged 3 weeks
  2. Anna [1782-1788] who died aged 6 years
  3. Mally [1784-1799] who died aged 14 years
  4. Betty [1788-1853]
  5. John Arthur [1790-1840]

John died 3rd October 1791.

Mary died 6th December 1812.

Son John Arthur died 1st June 1840.

Daughter Betty was living at Shaw [1841, alone & head of the household 1851] and died there [5th April 1853].

All the family were buried at St Paul's Church, Cross Stone

Ingham, John
[1770-1838] On Christmas Day 1837, he was standing at Chapel Fold, Halifax, when Peter Harrington struck him on the chest with his fist, knocking him to the ground, and then ran off. Ingham was injured and died on 1st January 1838.

Harrington was found Not Guilty

Ingham, John
[1778-1846] Son of Elizabeth (née Naylor) & John Ingham [1741-1797].

He was a clothier of Norland.

On 11th July 1805, he married Hannah Barber [17??-1861] in Huddersfield.


Hannah came from Almondbury
 

Ingham, John
[1788-1861] Son of Richard Ingham.

He was a manufacturer [1851].

On 18th May 1815, he married Mary Roberts [1798-1866] at Padiham.


Mary came from Whalley
 

Children:

  1. Sarah Ann [1816-1899] who married William Sutcliffe
  2. Richard
  3. John Arthur
  4. Betty [1843-1923] who married John Forbes St Maur Russell

The family lived at Castle Naze, Stansfield [1862].

John died 18th September 1861.

Probate records show that he left effects valued at under £12,000.

His will was proved by his sons Richard and John Arthur

Ingham, John
[18??-18??] A worsted manufacturer at Stump Cross.

On 27th January 1863, his mill was destroyed by fire

Ingham, John
[1841-1???] He was a farmer [1881].

In 1866, he married Rachel Greenwood [1842-1???] in Halifax. The widowed Rachel was a farmer [1891, 1901, 1911]

Children:

  1. child
  2. child
  3. child
  4. child
  5. child
  6. child
  7. child

The family lived at Siddal Wells [1881, 1891, 1901, 1911].

Living with the widowed Rachel and 3 children [in 1911] was sister Maria Greenwood [aged 77]

Ingham, John
[1870-1943] Son of George Ingham.

Born in Warley [31st December 1870]

He was a mechanic [1907].

In [Q2] 1907, he married Mary Ellen Kershaw [1870-1946] in Halifax.


Mary Ellen was born in Warley
 

Children:

  1. Percy [1897-1975] who was an engineer [1946]
  2. Arthur [b 1902] who was a school master [1946]
  3. Joe [1904-1986] who was a loom tuner [1946]

The children were born in Sowerby.

John died in Halifax [16th August 1943]

Ingham, John Arthur
[1825-1900] JP.

Son of John Ingham.

He was a manufacturer [1851] / a cotton spinner [1862] / a Todmorden solicitor / a JP for the Todmorden Union [1896].

He was a partner in the family business, Richard Ingham & Sons.

He took care of the boilers and machinery at the family's mills.

After the fatal explosion at Woodhouse Mill on 3rd November 1863, the inquest recorded a verdict of manslaughter against the owners, Richard Ingham & Sons and the Coroner made out a warrant for the committal of John Arthur to York Assizes.

Ingham attempted to quash the verdict on the grounds that the cause of Sarah Greenwood's death was not recorded, nor the time the offence was committed. The application was refused and, after a lengthy trial in London, Ingham was acquitted of the manslaughter charge, though he was never wholly forgiven.

On 18th April 1855, he married (1) Mary Mitchell at Hebden Bridge Parish Church.


Mary was the eldest daughter of John Mitchell
 

Children:

  1. William Mitchell [1856-1860]
  2. John Arthur
  3. Richard [1859-1888]
  4. William
  5. Henry Mitchell

Mary died 4th December 1864.

In [Q3] 1868, he married (2) Sarah Thomas in Ormskirk, Lancashire.


Sarah was born in Stansfield, the daughter of Henry Thomas
 

The family lived at The Shaw, Langfield [1862].

John Arthur suffered from Bright's Disease.

He died 24th January 1900 (aged 75).

Probate records show that he left effects valued at £163,581 18/- [Resworn £164,095 8/6d].

Probate was granted to his sons John Arthur, William and Henry Mitchell.

On his death, the family's mills passed to his sons, John Arthur and Henry Mitchell.

Sarah died 18th April 1906.

Probate records show that she left effects valued at £4,881 2/6d to son William.

Members of the family were buried at St Paul's Church, Cross Stone

Ingham, John Arthur
[1858-1930] Son of John Arthur Ingham.

Born at The Shaw, Langfield [19th January 1858].

He was educated at Victoria University Manchester / a solicitor [1900] / a solicitor in Todmorden [1905] / a member of Todmorden RDC / chairman of the Voluntary Schools of Cross Stone Church.

In 1893, he opened rooms at the family's Cinderhills Mill, Todmorden for use as a Working Men's Club.

In [Q3] 1902, he married Sarah Elizabeth Sutcliffe [1868-1929] in Birkenhead.


Sarah Elizabeth was born in Todmorden
 

They lived at

Sarah Elizabeth died at The Mental Hospital, Stockport, Cheshire [15th October 1929].

Probate records show that she left effects valued at £9,844 11/4d. Probate was granted to her husband John Arthur, Gilbert Broxap Sutcliffe (merchant) and Thomas Douglas Sutcliffe (merchant) 

John Arthur died at 19 Hyde Park Terrace, Leeds [1st June 1930].

Probate records show that he left effects valued at £5,769 2/2d. Probate was granted to Adeline Ingham Russell (spinster), William Ingham and John Arthur St. Maur Russell

Ingham, John D.
[18??-19??] Partner in Uttley, Ingham & Company Limited.

He lived at Cliffe Street, Hebden Bridge [1905]

Ingham, John Robert
[1899-1918] Son of Thomas Ingham.

Of Todmorden.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 52nd Battalion Notts & Derby (Sherwood Foresters) Regiment.

He died 1st May 1918.

He was buried at St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, France [Grave Ref XI M 7A].

He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance.

His brother-in-law Roger Powell also died in the War

Ingham, John William
[1861-1???] Born in Sowerby.

He was a silk boiler & farmer [1891].

In [Q2] 1888, he married Hannah Maria Hodgson [1866-1???] in Halifax.


Hannah was born in Sowerby
 

Children:

  1. Frank [b 1888]
  2. Arthur [b 1890]

The family lived at Dean House, Mill Bank [1891].

Living with them [in 1891] were Hannah's siblings Ellen Hodgson [b 1870] (sciver), William Hodgson [b 1876] (silk dresser) 

Ingham, John William
[1880-1917] Son of Mark Ingham.

Born in Mytholmroyd.

He was a quarryman [1905] / a cotton weaver with James Hoyle Limited at Acre Mill, Old Town [1911].

On 22nd April 1905, he married Mary Ellen Greenwood [1877-19??] at Heptonstall Church.


Mary Ellen, of Chiserly Farm, Wadsworth, was born in Heptonstall, the daughter of John Greenwood, farmer.

She was a roving frame tenter [1911]

 

Children:

  1. Miriam [1907-1987] who never married

The family lived at Lower Chiserley, Wadsworth.

During World War I, he enlisted in Halifax [30th October 1916], and served as a Private with the 8th (Service) Battalion York & Lancaster Regiment.

He was posted to France [28th January 1917].

He was killed in action [9th April 1917] (aged 36).

He was buried at Railway Dugouts Burial Ground (Transport Farm), Belgium [Grave Ref VII L 27].

He is remembered on Wadsworth War Memorial, on the Memorial at Old Town Methodist Chapel, Wadsworth, and on the family grave at Crimsworth Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

Ingham, John William
[1898-1917] Son of Wright Ingham.

Born in Southowram.

He was a worsted spinner [1911] / employed by Charles Horner Limited.

He lived at the Country House, Hipperholme.

During World War I, he joined the Army [February 1917], and served as a Private with the 91st Battalion Training Reserve.

He died of pneumonia in the V.A.D. Hospital, Ashington, after a few weeks' service [3rd March 1917] (aged 18).

He was buried at Coley Church [Extension 1 T 19].

He is remembered on Southowram War Memorial, on the Memorial at Saint Anne's Church, Southowram, and on the Memorial at Saint John the Baptist, Coley

Ingham, Jonas
[17??-17??] Halifax shalloon weaver. He was one of the trustees of the Chapel Fold Meeting House, Halifax

Ingham, Rev Jonathan
[17??-18??] Minister at General Baptist Church, Haley Hill [1823-1833]

Ingham, Joseph
[18??-18??] Of Wadsworth.

On 5th July 1832, he was charged with stealing a ham from Thomas Patchett, licensee of the White Lion, Hebden Bridge.

He was transported to New South Wales for 7 years. He was one of 170 convicts who left England on the Neva [27th July 1833] and arrived on 21st November 1833

Ingham, Joshua
[1860-1938] Of Mixenden.

In 1879, he married Margaret Jane Wilkinson [1858-1935] in Halifax.

Children:

  1. Ruth [1896-1916]

The family lived at Long House Farm, Mixenden [1916].

Members of the family were buried at Mount Zion Methodist Chapel, Ogden

Ingham, Leonard
[18??-19??] Established Ingham & Company at Asquith Bottom Dye Works, Sowerby Bridge

Ingham, Louis
[18??-1???] He was a dyeware grinder at Salterhebble [1888] / a director of Luther Hanson & Company (Limited) [1888]

Ingham, Louis Buckley
[1886-19??] Son of Richard Henry Ingham.

Born in Todmorden [21st August 1886].

He was an operative plumber [1911] / a plumber & sanitary engineer [1939].

In 1912, he was renting a furnished bedroom on the first floor at 16 Wellington Road, Todmorden, from his father who was living at the same address.

On 28th March 1916, he married Mary Ann Helliwell [1891-1956] at Mankinholes Wesleyan Chapel


Mary Ann was the daughter of Eli Helliwell
 

Children:

  1. Denis [b Todmorden 10th November 1919] who was an assistant education clerk [1939]

The family lived at

  • 653 Halifax Road, Sowerby [1930-1931]
  • 10 Wellington Road, Sowerby [1932-1962]

During World War I, he served with the Royal Air Force.

He survived the War, but is remembered on the Roll of Honour at Patmos Congregational Chapel, Todmorden.

Mary Ann died in Todmorden [Q3 1956] (aged 65) 

Ingham, Mark
[1856-1887] Born in Midgley.

He was a quarryman [1880].

On 8th May 1880, he married Mary Ann Oldfield [1859-1893] in Halifax.


Mary Ann was born in Sowerby
 

Children:

  1. John William
  2. Alice [1882-1953]
  3. Lydia [b 1883]
  4. Elizabeth Ann [b 1885]
  5. Janey [1887-1971]

Mark died in 1887.

Mary Ann died in 1893.

After the death of their parents, the children moved between their grandparents

Ingham, Mark
[1884-1916] Son of Jane Hannah Ingham.

Born in Bacup.

He lived at Todmorden.

During World War I, he enlisted in Rochdale, and served as a Private with the 1st Battalion Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders.

He died of wounds [30th May 1916] (aged 32).

He was buried at the Glasgow Western Necropolis [H 1325].

He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

Ingham, Richard
[17??-1810] A wealthy yeoman of Stansfield.

From 1785, he engaged in the Yorkshire trade. He owned Cinderhill Mill, Stansfield. He and his family established Richard Ingham & Sons

Around 1787, he married Betsy Lord [17??-1799] from Bacup.

Children:

  1. daughter
  2. daughter
  3. daughter
  4. Betsy who married James Whitaker from Wardle
  5. Richard
  6. William
  7. John

He lived at Castle Lodge, Todmorden

Ingham, Richard
[1784-1853] Son of Richard Ingham.

In 1811, he rebuilt Millsteads Mill, Langfield. In 1820, he bought land which included Cinderhills Mill, Langfield.

Partner in Richard Ingham & Sons.

He never married

Ingham, Richard
[18??-1???] Card manufacturer of Spring Field, Halifax.

On 28th February 1861, he married Marian Kershaw, at Trinity Church, Halifax


Marian was the daughter of the late
Thomas Kershaw
 

Ingham, Rev Richard
[18??-18??] Senior Pastor at North Parade Baptist Church, Halifax [1866]

Ingham, Rev Richard
[1810-1873] Or Robert. A native of Heptonstall Slack. He was educated at Oxford and trained for the Church of England. He served at Tetley Street Chapel, Bradford, Infirmary Street Chapel, Bradford, and Louth, Lincolnshire [for 7 years] before becoming Pastor at Mount Zion Baptist Church, Heptonstall Slack [1822], Todmorden Vale Baptist Church, and North Parade Baptist Church, Halifax [1854-1862].

In 1862, he left the ministry and devoted himself to writing. He wrote two exhaustive works on baptism:

  • Handbook on Baptism [1865]
  • Christian Baptism : its Subjects [1871]

He never performed marriage services because he did not like to make people unhappy.

In his latter years, he also served at Infirmary Street Chapel, Bradford.

He lived at

He died at his home in Halifax [1st June 1873]

Ingham, Richard
[1817-1862] Son of John Ingham

He was a manufacturer [1851] / a cotton spinner [1862].

On 11th October 1854, he married Elizabeth Stansfield [1822-1905] in Haslingden.


Elizabeth was the daughter of Anne (née Sale) [1790-1826] & William Stansfield [1795-1850], a surgeon from Haslingden
 

Children:

  1. Annie Mary [1855-1930]
  2. Robina [1858-1951] who married John William Carr Ayre

The family lived at Hall Royd, Todmorden [1862].

Richard died at Hall Royd.

Probate records show that he left effects valued at £14,000. Probate was granted to granted to his widow

Elizabeth gave furniture [1867] and plate [1878] to Cross Stone Church.

The couple were buried at St Paul's Church, Cross Stone

Ingham, Richard
[1819-1876] Born in Stansfield.

He was a letter carrier [1851] / an assistant overseer [1871].

On 3rd July 1843, he married Betty Nuttall [1819-1???] at Halifax Parish Church.


Betty was born in Stansfield
 

Children:

  1. Sarah [b 1844] who was a scholar [1851]
  2. John Wm [b 1846] who was a scholar [1851], an assistant overseer [1871]
  3. Ellen Jane [b 1847] who was a scholar [1851], a cotton weaver [1871, 1881]
  4. Hannah Eliza [b 1849] who was a cotton weaver [1871, 1881]
  5. Richard Henry
  6. Mary A [b 1852] who was a cotton weaver [1871]
  7. Elizabeth A [b 1856] who was a cotton weaver [1881]

The family lived at

  • Gate Bottom, Stansfield, Todmorden [1851]
  • 6 Albert Terrace, Stansfield, Todmorden [1871, 1881]

Richard died in Todmorden [Q2 1876] (aged 57) 

Ingham, Richard H.
[18??-19??] Woollen manufacturer and merchant at Redacre Mill, Mytholmroyd [1905]

Ingham, Richard Henry
[1850-1931] Son of Richard Ingham.

Born in Todmorden.

He was a plumber & glazier [1871] / a plumber (master) [1881] / a plumber & glazier [1891] / a plumber [1901, 1911].

In [Q1] 1883, he married (1) Betsy Holden [1854-1889] in Bury, Lancashire.

Children:

  1. Louis Buckley

Betsy died in Todmorden [Q4 1889] (aged 35).

Living with them [in 1901] was housekeeper Hannah Mary Bentley [b 1879].

In [Q3] 1901, Richard Henry married (2) Hannah Mary Bentley [1879-19??] in Prestwich.


Hannah Mary was born in North Skelton, Yorkshire
 

Children:

  1. child who died young [before 1911]
  2. Helen Bentley (Ingham) [b 1904]

The family lived at

  • 17 Patmos, Todmorden [1891]
  • 18 Wellington Road, Todmorden [1901]
  • 16 Wellington Road, Todmorden [1911]

Richard Henry died in Todmorden [Q1 1931] (aged 80) 

Ingham, Robert
[1858-19??] Son of William Ingham.

Born in Millwood, Todmorden.

He was a weaver of Hollins Place, Wadsworth [1881] / a mechanic's cotton weaver [1891] / a mechanic's labourer [1901] / an electric crane driver [1911].

In [Q2] 1881, he married Maria Mattam [1857-19??] at Halifax Parish Church.


Maria, of Cliff Street, was born in Brixton / Holborn, London, the daughter of Peter Mattam, book keeper
 

Children:

  1. Clara [b 1884] who was a fustian clothing machinist [1901], a ready-made clothing machinist [1911]
  2. Thomas Wilbert
  3. Arthur Bowen [b 1888] who was a fustian clothing operative [1901], a bread baker [1911]
  4. Rose [b 1890] who was a ready-made clothing machinist [1911]
  5. James William / Willie [b 1893] who was a clerk in gas board [1911]
  6. Cyril Robert

The family lived at

  • 1 Balmoral Street, Hebden Bridge [1891]
  • 10 Balmoral Street, Hebden Bridge [1901, 1911]
  • 37 Balmoral Street, Hebden Bridge

Sons Thomas Wilbert & Cyril Robert died in World War I

Ingham, Robert
[1875-1915] Son of Thomas Ingham.

Born in Halifax [8th May 1875].

He was a tram conductor with Halifax Corporation Tramways [1906] / a reservist.

On 20th September 1906, he married Ruth Ann Swift [1879-1957] in Halifax.


Ruth Ann was born in Halifax
 

Children:

  1. Harry [1909-1975]
  2. Eva [b 1912]

The family lived at 8 South Street, King Cross [1911].

During World War I, he was called-up [August 1914], and served as a Private with the Deal Battalion RN Div. Royal Marine Light Infantry.

He served in France & the Dardanelles.

He was killed in action at Gallipoli [30th April 1915].

A memorial service was held at Holy Trinity Church, Halifax.

He was buried at Lone Pine Cemetery, Anzac, Turkey [Grave Ref II B 8].

He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance

Ingham, Robert George
[18??-1???] A gentleman farmer of Hullen Edge, Elland.

In the case of Wilkinson vs Ingham in 1890, George Henry Wilkinson sought to recover damages for an assault committed on Wilkinson by Ingham and his coachman

Ingham, Sally
[1761-1793] Daughter of William Ingham.

She had an illegitimate daughter Nancy Ingham by James Ashworth. Nancy married Samuel Law.

Sally married Thomas Taylor.

Sally died young, leaving Thomas in charge of the children including Nancy, her illegitimate daughter

Ingham, Samuel
[1883-1914] Born in Bacup.

He was a flour packer with William Sutcliffe at Stansfield Corn Mill [1911].

On 5th June 1909, he married Lucy May Heyworth [1886-1930] at St Peter's Church, Walsden.


Lucy May was born in Cliviger
 

Children:

  1. Amy [b 1909]

The family lived at

  • 104 Bacup Lane, Todmorden [1911]
  • Milking Green Road, Todmorden

He was a reservist and served 14 years, including the South African War.

During World War I, he was called-up [August 1914], and served as a Private with the 1st Battalion Cameronian (Scottish Rifles).

He died 27th October 1914 (aged 31).

He was buried at Rue-David Military Cemetery, Fleurbaix, France [Grave Ref I G 27].

He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance, and on Cornholme War Memorial.

In 1921, Lucy May and Amy emigrated to Canada.

They lived at 822 10th Street West, Owen Sound, Canada.

Lucy May died in Canada

Ingham, Sarah Miss
[18??-18??] She ran a school in Halifax [around 1850]

Ingham, Simeon
[16??-17??] Of Luddenden.

He married Grace.

Grace was buried at St Mary's Church, Luddenden.

Her gravestone, now laid at the south-east corner of the Church, is quite distinctive

Ingham, Susannah
[1815-1886] She married Dan Beverley.

She was the innkeeper at Cross Roads, Warley. Her orphaned granddaughter, Sarah Bedford, lived with her

Ingham, Thomas
[1???-18??] Landlord of the Shoulder of Mutton, Todmorden [1845].

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. William
  2. Ann
  3. Ellen

In 1874, after the death of their brother William's wife Hannah, nephew Fred came to live with the family.

After Thomas's death, daughters Ann and Ellen took over at the Shoulder of Mutton [1881, 1891, 1905]

Ingham, Rev Thomas
[16??-1693] Curate at Todmorden [1682-1693]

Ingham, Thomas
[1839-1885] Son of carter William Ingham.

Born in Thornton.

He was a carter at Thornton [1860] / a labourer [1861] / a gentleman's coachman [1871] / landlord of the Globe Hotel, Halifax [1885].

In 1860, he married Lydia Smithies, in Bradford Cathedral.

Children:

  1. Elizabeth [b 1863] who was a dressmaker [1881] and married John Orr

The family lived at

  • Grumbling Hall, Black Edge Lane, Thornton, Bradford [1861]
  • Forside Lane, Thornton, Bradford [1871]
  • Wellington Place, 1 Tatham's Yard, Halifax [1881]

He died 13th January 1885.

He was buried at St Paul's Church, Denholme.

Probate records show that he left an estate valued at £90. Probate was granted to his widow Lydia of The Globe

After Thomas's death, Lydia married Thomas Hutchinson [1889]

Ingham, Thomas
[1840-1915] Born in Warley.

He was a carpet weaver [1868].

On 25th June 1868, he married Ann Elizabeth Gill [1846-1939] in Halifax.


Ann Elizabeth was born in Otley
 

Children:

  1. William Gill [b 1868]
  2. Grace Ann [b 1870]
  3. Emily [b 1873]
  4. Robert
  5. Alice [b 1879]
  6. Herbert [b 1881]
  7. Ethel [b 1885]

The children were born in Halifax

Ingham, Thomas
[1857-19??] Son of Thomas Ingham, warp dresser.

Born in Midgley.

He was a mechanic of Midgley [1889] / a mechanic fitter [1891] / a machine tool fitter [1901] / a fitter (machine tool maker) [1911].

He married Susy Ann Uttley [1856-19??] at Halifax Parish Church.


Susy Ann, of Cold Edge, Warley, was the daughter of Robert Uttley, grocer
 

Children:

  1. Elizabeth Ann [b 1890] who was a weaver worsted [1911]
  2. Harry [b 1892] who was a fitter (machine tool maker) [1911]
  3. Nelly [b 1895] who was a weaver worsted [1911]
  4. Helliwell

The family lived at 17 Otley Street, Halifax [1891, 1901, 1911]

Ingham, Thomas
[1865-1931]

On 25th August 1888, he married Elizabeth (Betsy) Ann Wilson [1865-1915] at Christ Church, Blackburn.


Betsy Jane was born in Haslingden
 

Children:

  1. child who died in infancy [before 1911]
  2. child who died in infancy [before 1911]
  3. child who died in infancy [before 1911]
  4. child who died in infancy [before 1911]
  5. child
  6. Sarah Ann [1895-1974] who married Roger Powell
  7. Leonora Melviner [b 1896]
  8. John Robert
  9. Sam [b 1902]

The couple were buried at St Peter's Church, Walsden

Ingham, Thomas
[1877-1951] Born in Heptonstall.

He was landlord of the White Lion, Mytholmroyd [1905, 1911].

In 1904, he married Sophia Anne Purdy [1874-1953] in Rochdale.


Sophia Anne was born in Rochdale
 

The family lived at 15 Third Avenue, Halifax [1951, 1953].

Thomas died at St John's Hospital, Gibbet Street in 1951.

Sophia Anne died in Halifax General Hospital in 1953.

The couple were buried at Christ Church, Pellon [Grave Ref: 3A 50]

Ingham, Thomas
[1878-1917] Son of Isaac Ingham.

Born in Crompton, Lancashire.

He was a worsted spinner [1891] / a woollen extractor [1901] / a woollen finisher [1911] / a cloth miller at Longbottom Mills.

He lived at 5 Railway Terrace, Luddendenfoot.

During World War I, he enlisted [March 1917], and served as a Private with the 1st/9th Battalion King's (Liverpool Regiment).

He was reported missing and assumed to have died 22nd September 1917.

He is remembered on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium [Grave Ref 31-34, 162 & 162A & 163A], and on Luddendenfoot War Memorial.

His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [20th October 1917]

Ingham, Thomas Dent
[1868-1941] Son of Helliwell Ingham.

Born in Pecket Well.

He was a tailor's cutter (fustian) [1891] / a wholesale clothier (fustian) [1901] / a fustian dyer & finisher [1911]

In 1892, he married Emmaline Greenwood [1869-19??] from Heptonstall, at Todmorden.

Children:

  1. Beatrice [b 1893]
  2. Vera Maud [b 1903]

The family lived at

  • 9 Eiffel Street, Hebden Bridge [1901]
  • 9 Illingworth Villas, Hebden Bridge [1911]

Probate records show that he left an estate valued at £41,884

Ingham, Thomas Wilbert
[1885-1917] Son of Robert Ingham.

Born in Hebden Bridge.

He was a fustian lining cutter [1901] / a fustian clothing cutter-out [1911] / employed by Mr H. Costello, Mytholmroyd / a member of the Hebden Bridge Trades Club.

In [Q2] 1911, he married Emma Bancroft in Todmorden.

They lived at 8 Balmoral Street, Hebden Bridge.

During World War I, he enlisted [December 1916], and served as a Private with the 3rd Battalion Grenadier Guards.

He trained in Caterham & London, and was often on guard at Buckingham Palace.

He died of wounds to the neck in No.48 Casualty Clearing Station [28th November 1917] (aged 32).

His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [8th December 1917].

He was buried at Rocquigny-Equancourt Road British Cemetery, Manancourt, France [Grave Ref IV A 1].

He is remembered on the Memorial at Hope Baptist Church, Hebden Bridge, and on the Memorial at Hebden Bridge Association Football Club.

His brother Cyril Robert also died in the War

Ingham, Trevor
[1924-1944] Son of Edith Annie & Edmund Ingham of 3 Green Terrace Square, Savile Park, Halifax.

He was educated at Holy Trinity School & Halifax Tech / employed by Royston's.

During World War II, he enlisted [1941], and served as a Private with the 2nd Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own).

He was killed in Burma [5th May 1944] (aged 20).

He is remembered on the Rangoon Memorial, Burma [Grave Ref 8], in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, and on the Memorial at Saint Paul's Church, King Cross

Ingham, Uriah
[1866-1945] Son William Ingham, engine tenter.

Born in Queensbury.

He was a railway labourer [1901] / a labourer of Ovenden [1908].

He married (1) Emma [1865-19??].

Children:

  1. Sarah Elizabeth [b 1893] who was a winder [1911]
  2. Willie
  3. Arthur [b 1897] who was a doffer [1911]
  4. Annie [b 1901]

In 1908, he married (2) Mary Jane in Halifax.


Mary Jane [née Hill], of Pitt Street, Halifax, was the widow of Richard Winn.

She had 3 children by her first marriage and they were living with her in 1911

 

The family lived at

  • 7 Brickfield Place, Halifax [1901]
  • 16 Copley Avenue, Pye Nest, Halifax [1911]

Mary Jane was a widow by 1911.

Living with the widowed Mary Jane and her Ingham stepchildren [in 1911] were her children by her first marriage: Children:

  1. Edward
  2. Janet [b 1896] (spinner worsted mill) 
  3. Herbert [b 1903]

Uriah died Q1 1945 (aged 78) 

Ingham, Vivien
[1911-1969] She collaborated with Dr Phyllis Ramsden in research on Anne Lister's journals.

In November 1968, she published Anne Lister's Ascent of Vignemale.

Vivien died In Chelsea [Q1 1969] (aged 58) 

Ingham, W.
[1???-191?] He served in World War I.

He died in the conflict.

He is remembered on Coley War Memorial

Ingham, W.
[18??-191?] Of Southowram.

He served in World War I.

He died in the conflict.

He is remembered on Southowram War Memorial

Ingham, Walker
[1863-1928] Son of Joseph Ingham, grocer.

Born at Soil Hill.

He was a farmer [1891] / a joiner [1901] / a cabinet maker [1911].

On 12th February 1891, he married Emma Chapman [1869-1939] at Saint Mary the Virgin, Illingworth.


Emma, of Illingworth, was born in Thurgoland, daughter of Thomas Chapman, labourer
 

Children:

  1. Joseph Thomas [1891-1946] who was a piecer (cotton spinning) [1911]
  2. May [b 1893] who was a weaver woollen [1911]
  3. Arthur [1895-1962] who was a setter (worsted spinning) [1911]
  4. Lawrence [1896-1887]
  5. James William
  6. Alice [b 1903]

The family lived at

  • Farm House, Rake Bank, Ovenden [1891]
  • Great House, Soyland [1901]
  • 5 Redcar Street, Hanson Lane, Halifax [1911]

Ingham, Walter
[1894-1916] Son of James Ingham.

He was a worker in a cotton mill.

During World War I, he enlisted [1914], and served as a Private with the 1st/7th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He was killed in action, being injured by shrapnel in the abdomen [18th September 1916] (aged 22) 

His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [18th November 1916].

He is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial, France [Grave Ref 6A & 6B], in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, on Southowram War Memorial, and on the Memorial at Saint Anne's Church, Southowram

Ingham, William
[1???-1???] Son of Richard Ingham. Partner in Ingham's Richard Ingham & Sons

Ingham, William
[1???-1???] Constable at Todmorden & Walsden [1779]

Ingham, William
[1???-18??] Farmer who lived at Mankinholes Hall.

He was Overseer for Langfield.

In 1838, he was fined under the Poor Law Amendment Act [1834] for refusing to pay his rates towards the new Union Workhouse, objecting to this treatment of the poor. 2 special constables attempted to seize his property, and sparked off the Mankinholes riots

Ingham, William
[17??-18??] Of Haugh in Langfield.

He was in partnership at Oldroyd Mill, Langfield and at Lob Mill with Christopher Rawdon and James Hollinrake.

The business evolved into Ingham, Hollinrake & Company

Ingham, William
[17??-18??] Cotton spinner at Rodmer Clough Mill, Colden [1814]

Ingham, William
[1741-1806] He was a corn miller / a fulling Miller at Inchfield Mill [from before 1781 to his death in 1806].

About 1790, he built the first houses at Nip Square, Walsden – present numbers 30, 32, 34, 36.

His and wife Betty's initials can be seen over the door of Number 34: WIB 1795.

He built stables and gardens to the side of Number 36 and a stone water trough to the front.

He married (1) Grace Eastwood.

Children:

  1. Sally

He had an affair with Mary Casson

Children:

  1. Sarah Casson

He married (2) Betty.

They had no children.

The family lived at Travis Mill, Walsden [from before 1781 until 1806].

William & Betty were buried at Halifax Parish Church

Ingham, William
[18??-1???] Son of Thomas Ingham.

Landlord of the Hare & Hounds, Todmorden [1871].

In [Q1] 1858, he married Hannah Gibson [1836-1874] in Halifax.

Children:

  1. Fred [b 1874]

Hannah died a few weeks after Fred was born. Fred was brought up by his aunts Ann and Ellen Ingham.

William gave up the Hare & Hounds and went to live at West Street, Todmorden and continued his trade as a butcher

Ingham, William
[18??-18??] Grocer and corn dealer.

He married Unknown.

Children: many including

  1. George
  2. William Henry

The family lived at Park Lane End House, Ovenden

Ingham, William
[18??-19??] Printer and publisher at Town Hall Street, Sowerby Bridge [1896].

He published the Sowerby Bridge Almanack

Ingham, William
[1830-1???] Born in Wadsworth.

He was a warehouseman [1881] / living on own means [1891].

He married Elizabeth [1832-1???].


Elizabeth was born in Wadsworth
 

Children:

  1. Robert
  2. Martha [b 1863] who was a fustian tailoress [1891]
  3. Mary [b 1865] who was a fustian tailoress [1891]
  4. William [b 1868] who was a fustian cutter [1891]
  5. Elizabeth [b 1871] who was a fustian tailoress [1891]

The family lived at 3 Hangingroyd Lane, Hebden Bridge [1891].

Living with them [in 1891] was granddaughter Clara Ingham [b  1884]

Ingham, William
[1862-1953] Son of John Arthur Ingham.

Canon Ingham of Old Malton

Ingham, William
[1884-1946] Aka Billy Fish. Of Malt Shovel Yard, Halifax.

He only had one arm following an accident whilst he was working on the railway at Thornhill shortly after World War I.

He was a familiar sight, pushing his hand-cart – or an old baby's pram – around the streets of the district, collecting and selling second-hand clothes. He attracted customers by blowing an old bugle.

In 1928, he was allegedly put into a trance for 6 days by Professor Charles Morritt during a show at the Victoria Hall. Ingham revealed that he was only in the trance for 35 seconds – and not all week – and that he had only pretended to be hypnotised when anyone came to visit.

Morritt was charged with obtaining money by false pretences. Ingham and 3 others, were charged with aiding and abetting Morritt. During the trial, the charges were reduced until only one, that of obtaining 6d falsely, remained and the case was withdrawn by the prosecution.

He died in Halifax Welfare Home

Ingham, William Dyson
[1852-1924] Son of Isaac Ingham.

Born in Halifax.

He was a worsted mill hand [1861] / a joiner [1871] / landlord of the Travellers' Rest, Halifax [1881] / landlord of the Stocks Arms, Northowram [29th September 1900].

On 18th June 1881, he married Sarah Ann Pickles at Holy Trinity Church, Halifax

Ingham, William Henry
[1852-19??] Son of William Ingham.

He was a worsted spinner with Ingham & Robinson [1868] / partner in Ingham & Stott [1888] / a worsted spinner [1895] / a student at Haley Hill Working Men's College [1868] / on the committee of Greetland Mechanics' Institute [1870s] / Chief Magistrate / Councillor for Greetland / Liberal Councillor for Halifax Pellon Ward [1907] / Alderman / Chairman of the Highways Committee / Vice-Chairman of the Health Committee / President of the Halifax Borough Club / Captain of the Light Brigade Club / member of the Stafford Bowling Club / Mayor of Halifax [1912-1915]. His wife was Mayoress

In 1874, he married Sarah Greenwood [1851-19??].


Sarah came from West Hill Park, Halifax
 

Children:

  1. son
  2. son
  3. Clara [b 1877]
  4. daughter

The family lived at 11 Park Road, Halifax [1901]

Ingham, William W.
[1834-1???] Born in Hebden Bridge.

He was a journeyman corn miller [1891].

He married Susan [1835-1???].


Susan was born in Hebden Bridge
 

They lived at 3 Calder Terrace, Heptonstall [1891]

Ingham, Willie
[1895-1917] Son of Uriah Ingham.

Born in Bradford.

He was a cotton spinner piecer [1911] / employed by Samuel Whitley & Company Limited at Hanson Lane Mills.

During World War I, he served as a Lance Corporal with the 2nd/4th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He died of wounds [23rd November 1917].

He was buried at Rocquigny-Equancourt Road British Cemetery, Manancourt, France [Grave Ref IV B 28].

He is remembered on the Memorial at Salem United Methodist Chapel, and on the Memorial at Illingworth Wesleyan Methodist Chapel.

His stepbrother Edward Winn also died in the War

Ingham, Wright
[1874-1947] Son of John Wood Ingham, farmer.

Born in Clayton.

He was a farmer of Upper Norcliffe Farm, Southowram [1896] / a farmer [1901] / a farm labourer [1911].

In [Q3] 1896, he married Maria Webster in Halifax.


Maria was born in Hipperholme, the daughter of
William Webster
 

Children:

  1. Ivy [b 1897] who was a winder worsted [1911]
  2. Willie / John William
  3. Herbert [b 1902]
  4. Frances [b 1905]

The family lived at

Ingham died 17th February 1947 (aged 73).

Maria died 4th May 1955 (aged 81).

Members of the family were buried at Coley Church

 

Ingham surname

George Redmonds writes that the surname probably originated in Lincolnshire. Thomas de Ingham is recorded at Barton upon Humber/Southowram in 1424 & 1445, Laurence Yngham is recorded at Southowram in 1516, William Inghum is recorded in Halifax in 1591, and James Ingham is recorded at Luddenden in 1642.

There are over 110 entries on the Calderdale Companion for people with the surname Ingham, as discussed in this SideTrack. This count does not include other forms of the surname.

Unattached BMDs for Ingham:


Baptism 1855; Marriages 1799, 1801, 1805, 1835, 1863, 1875, 1876, 1896, 1899, 1903, 1917, 1920, 1922, 1933; Deaths 1810, 1899, 1900
 



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