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Sutcliffe, MrRef 37-204
[18??-18??]

He married Ellen [1814-18??].


Ellen was born in Skircoat.

She was innkeeper at the Millers' Inn, Halifax [1851, 1871] / landlady of the Crown & Anchor, Halifax [1854, 1861]

 

Children:

  1. Amelia G. [b 1837] who was a dress maker [1851], & married William Smith
  2. Mary [b 1838] who was a heald knitter [1851]
  3. Elizabeth [b 1842]
  4. Sarah [b 1844]

Ellen was married in 1851 and widowed in 1861.

Living with Ellen [in 1861] were daughter Amelia, her husband and daughters.

Living with her [in 1871] was nephew John W. Peel [b 1853] (dyer) 

Sutcliffe, MrRef 37-S2416
[17??-18??] A manufacturer at Sowerby Bridge.

He was related to John Swallow.

When interviewed for Crabtree's Tour of Calder Dale of 1832, Mr Naylor, the bookkeeper for Mr Sutcliffe of Sowerby Bridge refused to sign the petition supporting the Ten Hours Bill, but added that

we will not sign one against it

When asked whether their master was in favour of the Bill, one of Sutcliffe's workers said

not he, by God. If he were, he wouldn't work us 14 hours a day

whilst another said

Mr Sutcliffe is a very good man, he allows you to give over work at half-past-seven on Wednesday nights that you may go to Chapel

and another added

chapel be damned! If he does, he makes us in it up

Sutcliffe, MrRef 37-S47
[1???-18??] Local singer. He sang at the opening of Todmorden National School in May 1845

Sutcliffe, MrsRef 37-S941
[160?-1707] Widow of Shibden Head. Her burial records say she was
aged (it's said) 100 or more

Sutcliffe, MrRef 37-S2486
[17??-18??] He was Usher at Heath Grammar School [1818]. He went on to become Curate of Barton, and then Master of Barnsley School

Sutcliffe, MrRef 37-S2745
[17??-18??] Children:

  1. Thomas Richard
  2. Frances [b 1809] who married Henry Holt Highley

Sutcliffe, MrRef 37-S3022
[18??-1???] He married Martha [1821-18??] from Hartshead.

Children:

  1. Thomas
  2. Emma [b 1859]

Sutcliffe, MrRef 37-222
[18??-18??] Beerhouse keeper at Sowerby Bridge.


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

 

Recorded in September 1868, when he applied for – but was refused – a billiard licence

Sutcliffe, MrRef 37-236
[18??-18??]

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. Mary Ann [1833-1907] who married John Fretwell
  2. James

Sutcliffe, AaronRef 37-187
[1839-1869]

He died at the Queens Road Hotel, Halifax [3rd September 1869] (aged 30) 

He was buried at Christ Church, Pellon [7th September 1869]


Question: Does anyone know if he was landlord of the Hotel?

 

Sutcliffe, AbrahamRef 37-S3447
[17??-17??] A tanner.

He lived at Lower Brig Royd, Ripponden [1750s].

See The Tanyard, Ripponden

Sutcliffe, AbrahamRef 37-S2990
[17??-18??] Recorded in 1828, when he ran a school at Salterhebble

Sutcliffe, AlbertRef 37-90
[1887-1917] Son of John Sutcliffe.

Born in Mytholmroyd [9th September 1887].

On 23rd December 1911, he married Dora Stocks [1892-19??] at Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Cragg Vale.


Dora was born in Cragg Vale
 

They had no children.

During World War I, he served as a Private. with the 8th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders.

He died of wounds [24th April 1917].

He was buried at Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun, France [Grave Ref II K 20].

He is remembered on a memorial in St John in the Wilderness, Cragg Vale, and in the book Royd Regeneration

After Albert's death, Dora remarried and went to live in Canada

Sutcliffe, AlbertRef 37-135
[1888-1917] Son of Elizabeth & John Eli Sutcliffe of 7 Daisy Bank Street, Cornholme

During World War I, he was rejected several times before he enlisted [September 1916], and served as a Private with the 12th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He died 29th September 1917 (aged 29).

He is remembered on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium [Grave Ref 42-47 & 162], on Todmorden War Memorial, on Cornholme War Memorial, on the Memorial at Saint Michael & All Angels' Church, Cornholme, and on the Memorial at Saint Paul's Church, Cross Stone

Sutcliffe, AlbertRef 37-S3281
[1891-1955] JP.

Son of Herbert Ambler Sutcliffe.

He was in the King's Royal Rifle Corps and the Royal Flying Corps during World War I / Secretary of Bolton Brow Working Men's Club [1929] / a member of Sowerby Bridge Church Institute / a Councillor in Sowerby Bridge [1930-1951] / Chairman of the Council [1943-1944] / a governor of Sowerby Bridge Grammar School / auditor for the Yorkshire Cotton Operatives' Union / honorary vice-president of the Halifax & District Referees' Association / a cotton worker / canteen manager at Frederick Smith & Company.

In 1918, he married Phyllis Ackroyd.

Children:

  1. Jeffrey [b 1919]
  2. Marjorie Dione [1922-1935]

On 14th March 1935, his daughter Marjorie died after she was run over at Bolton Brow. She was buried at Sowerby Bridge Cemetery. in the same grave as her grandparents, Ann and Herbert Ambler Sutcliffe.

The family lived at 18 Nelson Street, Sowerby Bridge [1935]

Sutcliffe, AlbertRef 37-268
[1896-1???] MM.

Son of John Sutcliffe.

Born in Luddendenfoot.

He was a worsted frame doffer [1911] / employed by J. Clay & Son, Sowerby Bridge.

During World War I, he enlisted [1916], and served as a Private with the West Riding Regiment.

He was awarded the Military Medal for


leading the men after the Company Sergeant-Major fell during an attack on the Germans
 

His photograph appears with reports of his award in the Halifax Courier [8th June & 15th June 1918]

Sutcliffe, Albert EdwardRef 37-S1316
[1865-1931] Son of Joseph Sutcliffe.

Born in Sowerby.

He was a joiner and builder [1901] / a builder and timber merchant [1911] / a director of Joseph Sutcliffe & Son Limited.

He married Ethel [1869-19??] from Wakefield. He was a widower by 1911.

Children:

  1. Fred [b 1896]
  2. Cyril Ernest [b 1897]

The family lived at 18 Sowerby Street, Sowerby Bridge [1901, 1911].

Living with them [in 1911] was Albert Edward's widowed mother Jane.

Probate records show that he left an estate valued at £10,075

Sutcliffe, AlfredRef 37-S1817
[18??-19??] Partner in Sutcliffe Brothers.

He lived at 29 Wellington Road, Todmorden [1905]

Sutcliffe, AlfredRef 37-S3623
[1830-1???] Son of Richard Sutcliffe.

In 1857, he went to America with his brothers Thomas and Henry. On 6th May 1857, they sailed on the Nonpareil for Philadelphia. The voyage lasted 6 weeks. They stayed for a time in the Philadelphia area, before the 3 brothers, and Thomas's family, moved to southwest Missouri [1860].

A family story, tells how the brothers bought property – timberland – there, but were swindled out of it by unscrupulous speculators. Disillusioned, Alfred and Thomas returned to Pennsylvania, settling in Derry Township, but Henry remained in Missouri.

He was a quarry owner and brownstone dealer [1870].

In 1864, he married Margaret Castle [1840-1???]. Margaret was born in New Jersey, the daughter of Maria [1807-18??] & Samuel C. Castle [1803-18??]. Her parents were from England.

Children:

  1. Wright [b 1865]

Alfred helped look after brother Thomas's family when he became an invalid

Sutcliffe, AlfredRef 37-270
[1851-19??] Born in Todmorden.

He was a cabinet maker [1891, 1901] / a cabinet maker house furnisher [1911].

He married Mary [1848-19??].


Mary was born in Walsden
 

Children:

  1. Mary [b 1878] who was a music teacher [1901], a music teacher piano [1911]
  2. Henry
  3. William [b 1885] who was an architect's pupil [1901], an architect [1911]

The family lived at

  • Sandholme Villas, Commercial Road, Langfield [1891]
  • Pavement, Todmorden [1901]
  • 29 Wellington Road, Todmorden [1911, 1918]

Sutcliffe, AlfredRef 37-52
[1866-1902] Born in Soyland.

He was a cotton spinner [1889].

In 1889, he married Harriet Hollas in Halifax


Harriet was the daughter of
James Hollas
 

Children:

  1. Harold [b 1892]
  2. Arthur [b 1895]
  3. Dora [b 1898]
  4. Ethel [b 1900]

The children were all born in Soyland.

Alfred died in Soyland in 1902.

Harriet died in Sowerby [23rd March 1921]

Sutcliffe, AllanRef 37-255
[1831-19??] Son of Susanna & Henry Sutcliffe.

Born in Ripponden [28th March 1931].

He was landlord of the the Redan, Soyland [1867] / landlord of the the Star, Ripponden [1912, 1914]

Sutcliffe, AllenRef 37-S2867
[18??-18??] Of Wells Bottom, Soyland.

He married Grace, daughter of John Ulam Cocker

Grace died in childbirth in 1845

Sutcliffe, AnnRef 37-S3377
[1801-1889] Daughter of Job Sutcliffe.

In 1851, she and her brother, William were living with their brother John at The King's Head, Sowerby.

She and William were licensees of The King's Head [1861, 1871].

Ann was alone at The King's Head [1874] and (possibly) known as Mrs A. Sutcliffe [1887].

She never married.

She died at The King's Head.

She was buried at St Peter's Church, Sowerby [23rd April 1889]

Sutcliffe, AnnRef 37-211
[1838-1916] Daughter of William Sutcliffe.

She was a bobbin stripper [1851] / a mill winder cotton [1861] / a mill winder cotton [1871] / a cotton winder [1881] / a cotton operative [1891] / a cotton winder [1901] / head of the household at Top Croft, Wadsworth after her parents' deaths [1901, 1911].

She (possibly) had an illegitimate son: Fred Sutcliffe

Living with her at Top Croft, Wadsworth [in 1911] was nephew Edgar Sutcliffe.

Ann died at Chiserley Terrace, Wadsworth [20th July 1916] (aged 78) 

Sutcliffe, Anna ElizaRef 37-118
[1850-1931] Daughter of William Sutcliffe.

She never married.

In 1911, she was living at Lower Laithe, Stansfield with her unmarried brother William, and nieces Edith May Petrie [b 1883] & Ethel Winifred Petrie [b 1887].

She died at Lower Laithe [18th December 1931].

She was buried at St Paul's Church, Cross Stone [21st December 1931]. Probate records show that she left effects valued at £32,399 3/11d [Resworn £32,534 14/11d].

Probate was granted to Irene Sarah Sutcliffe (spinster), Winifred Milligan (wife of Derrick Warden Milligan), Edith May Thorp (widow), and James Arnold Petrie (esquire) 

Sutcliffe, AnthonyRef 37-S2510
[15??-16??] Of Stoytheley, Langfield.

On 15th March 1615/6, he bequeathed £6 each to the poor of the townships of Langfield, Stansfield and Heptonstall, and 40/- for

the enlargeinge of the chappell

Sutcliffe, AnthonyRef 37-S1014
[17??-1???] Coiner of Swamp, Turvin

Sutcliffe, ArnoldRef 37-63
[1891-1915] Son of Thomas Henry Sutcliffe.

Born in Mytholmroyd.

He was a tailor's apprentice [1911].

He was a boarder with the family of John Henry Greenwood [1911].

During World War I, he served as a Bandsman with the 1st/5th Battalion East Lancashire Fusiliers.

He died 23rd October 1915 (aged 24).

His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [13th November 1915].

He was buried at Portianos Military Cemetery, Greece: [Grave Ref IV B 219].

He is remembered on a memorial in St Michael's Church, Mytholmroyd, and in the book Royd Regeneration

Sutcliffe, ArnoldRef 37-S2966
[1884-1943] Son of Tom Sutcliffe.

Born at Edge Holme, Warley.

He went to Manitoba with his brother, Herbert.

In November 1914, he enlisted. He fought in France and Belgium until February 1916, when he lost his right leg.

In April 1917, he retired to Canada.

In 1932, he married Florida Mae Arnold in Canada. They had no children.

He died in Canada

Sutcliffe, ArnoldRef 37-158
[1896-1918] Son of Ebenezer Sutcliffe.

He was educated at Crimsworth Council School & Hebden Bridge Secondary School / a member of Crimsworth Wesleyan Methodist Sunday School, Sunday School & choir / employed in the grocery department of Hebden Bridge Co-operative Society.

During World War I, he enlisted with the Northumberland Fusiliers [October 1916], then served as a Private with the 2nd/4th Battalion King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry.

He went abroad [June 1917], and was hospitalised in Glasgow [for 3 months until December 1917]. He underwent special training in Ripon [until April 1918].

He was killed in action near Cambrai [29th September 1918] (aged 22).

He was buried at Masnières British Cemetery, Marcoing, France [Grave Ref I D 1].

He is remembered on the Memorial at Hebden Bridge United District Secondary School, on the Memorial at Crimsworth Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, and on Wadsworth War Memorial

Sutcliffe, ArnoldRef 37-191
[1899-1918] Of 7 Upper Brunswick Street, Halifax.

He was a member of St Matthew's Sunday School, Northowram / employed by Wayman, Sons & Company.

During World War I, he enlisted [March 1917], and served as a Private / Lewis gunner with the 2nd Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own).

He was killed in action at Rosières, south of the Somme [27th March 1918] (aged 19).

He is remembered on the Pozières Memorial, France [Grave Ref 26 7 27], in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, and on the Memorial at Saint Matthew's Church, Northowram

Sutcliffe, Arnold RileyRef 37-57
[1886-1968] Born in Halifax [19th December 1886].

He was a draughtsman [1913].

In 1913, he married Ritchie Norah Bentley in Halifax.


Ritchie Norah was the daughter of
Robinson Bentley
 

Children:

  1. Vernon Riley [1914-1999] who was a civil servant [1955]

The couple died in Fleetwood

Sutcliffe, ArthurRef 37-289
[1890-1974] Born in Barkisland [21st December 1890].

He was a cloth presser [1929] / landlord of the New Rock, Barkisland [1947-1949].

On 12th August 1929, he married Mary Louisa Holroyd [1903-1975] at Christ Church, Barkisland.


Mary Louisa was born in Barkisland [16th October 1903]
 

Children:

  1. Francis Albert [1930-1983]
  2. Robert [b 1930]

They lived at Sandyford Clough [1939].

Arthur died in Barkisland [27th November 1974].

Mary Louisa died in Barkisland [2nd October 1975].

They were both cremated

Sutcliffe, ArthurRef 37-282
[1???-1???] He was a mount cutter [1889, 1892].

He married Hannah.

Children:

  1. Hannah Priestley (Sutcliffe) who died 18th February 1889 (aged 11 months) 
  2. Beatrice Elsie who died 19th February 1892 (aged 9 weeks) 

The children were buried at Lister Lane Cemetery [Plot Number 3155]

Sutcliffe, ArthurRef 37-S1310
[18??-19??] MB, BA.

Youngest son of John Sutcliffe.

He was a Lieutenant.

On 7th December 1914, he married Gladys Murray from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Sutcliffe, ArthurRef 37-S1721
[1862-19??] Born in Halifax.

He began as a cabinet maker. He established A. Sutcliffe & Company

He was a picture dealer & framer [1911].

Around 1886, he married Hannah Priestley


Hannah was the daughter of William Priestley
 

Children:

  1. child who died young [before 1911]
  2. child who died young [before 1911]
  3. child

The family lived at 10 Commercial Street, Halifax [1911].

Living with them [in 1911] was Hannah's widowed father William, and niece Maud Louisa Bairstow [aged 21]

Sutcliffe, ArthurRef 37-S243
[1862-1912] JP.

Son of William Sutcliffe.

He was a corn miller.

On 12th April 1893, he married Sarah Frances Greenwood [1870-1964] at St Mary's, Todmorden.


Sarah Frances was the daughter of Robert Greenwood
 

Children:

  1. Kathleen Mary [1894-1910] who died of peritonitis
  2. Irene Sarah [b 1896]
  3. Winifred

The family lived at The Royd, Todmorden.

He died at Colwyn Bay after a long illness.

After his death, his wife went to live at Scaitcliffe Hall, Todmorden.

Members of the family were buried at St Paul's Church, Cross Stone: Kathleen Mary [26th August 1910]; Arthur [28th January 1912]; Sarah Frances [10th December 1964]

Sutcliffe, ArthurRef 37-136
[1889-1918] Son of Mary Ann & John Sutcliffe.

He married Lily.

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

He died 29th November 1918 (aged 29).

He was buried at Nottingham Church Cemetery, St Anne's Valley [10020]

In [Q1] 1923, Lily married George E. Haigh in Halifax.

They lived at 11 Spring Hall Place, Newstead, Halifax

Sutcliffe, ArthurRef 37-164
[1913-1945] Son of Herbert Sutcliffe.

During World War II, he served as a Lance Corporal with the 2nd Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own).

He died 27th March 1945 (aged 32).

He was buried at Taukkyan War Cemetery, Burma [Grave Ref 23A F 20].

Members of the family are remembered on the family grave at St Anne's Church, Southowram [Grave Ref: NR-B21]

Sutcliffe, Arthur LeslieRef 37-117
[1896-1968] OBE.

Son of William Arthur Sutcliffe.

He was a director of John Atkinson & Sons Limited [1917] / a manufacturer [1927] / Chairman of No.1171 (Sowerby Bridge) Squadron, Air Training Corps [1947].

During World War I, he joined the Artists' Rifles [1915], and served as a 2nd Lieutenant with the South Staffordshire Regiment attached to Royal Flying Corps.

He was reported missing [26th September 1917], when he failed to return after flying over enemy lines.

His photograph appears with a report of his story in the Halifax Courier [6th October 1917].

He survived the War.

In [Q4] 1921, he married Mary Wilkinson in Halifax.


Mary was the daughter of John Henry Wilkinson
 

He was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire [1st January 1947]

Sutcliffe, Barker OlinthusRef 37-100
[1813-1890] Born in Stansfield.

He was a cotton manufacturer [1861] / a cotton manufacturer employing 107 hands [1871] / a retired cotton manufacturer [1881]

On 23rd April 1832, he married Betty Law [1810-1891] at St Thomas's Church, Heptonstall.

Children:

  1. Susy [1833-1887] who married Abraham Marshall

The family lived at

He died at Calder Bank [10th September 1890].

Probate records show that he left a personal estate valued at £25,745 12/4d.

The will was proved by John Pearson of Underbank Hall, Hebden Bridge (cotton manufacturer), son-in-law Abraham Marshall, and nephew John James Tatham.

Abraham Marshall and John James Tatham inherited his business and established Marshall & Tatham

Sutcliffe, BenRef 37-S3296
[1834-1???] In 1866, he married Eliza Ellen Sugden.


Eliza Ellen was the daughter of
James Sugden, and the sister of Edward Sugden, who married Ben's sister, Hannah
 

Children:

  1. child who died in infancy
  2. child who died in infancy

Sutcliffe, BenjaminRef 37-27
[1833-19??] Son of Jonas Sutcliffe.

Born in Sowerby.

He was a wool sorter [1851, 1856, 1861] / a labourer [1871] / a wool sorter (unemployed) [1881] / a caretaker board school [1891] / a retired caretaker of schools [1901] / no occupation [1911].

On 4th January 1856, he married Mary Whitehead [1834-1???] at Halifax Parish Church.


Mary, of Sowerby, was the daughter of Daniel Whitehead, an engineer
 

Children:

  1. Sarah Ann [b 1858] who was a twiner piecer [1871], a twiner piecer cotton [1881]
  2. Walter [b 1861] who was a cotton piecer [1871], a spinner's piecer cotton [1881]
  3. John William [b 1863] who was a warehouseman cotton [1881], a steward – Liberal Club [1891], a club steward [1901]
  4. Alfred [b 1865] who was a twiner piecer cotton [1881]
  5. Hannah [b 1868] who was a twiner piecer cotton [1881], a cotton winder [1891]

The family lived at

  • Woods Court, 95 Sowerby Street, Sowerby Bridge [1861, 1871]
  • Rose Mount, Sowerby Bridge, Warley [1881]
  • 3 Clay Street, Sowerby Bridge [1891]
  • 3 Clay Street West, Sowerby Bridge [1901]
  • 3 Clay Street, Sowerby Bridge [1911]

Sutcliffe, BenjaminRef 37-S238
[1709-17??] Weaver of Halifax.

One of the coiners also known as Benjamin Nunco.

The official notice of 1769 for his arrest described him as

BENJAMIN SUTCLIFFE, late of Halifax, Stuff Weaver, (commonly called Benjamin Nunco) aged about Sixty, and about five feet four inches High, is a broad sett Man, and has a reddish pimpled Face, and wears a Brown Wig. When he went off he was dressed in Claret coloured Cloaths

Sutcliffe, BenjaminRef 37-275
[1815-18??] He was a wool sorter [1871].

He married Elizabeth [1828-1???].


Elizabeth was born in Stainland
 

Children:

  1. William Henry
  2. Sarah Ann [b 1851] who was a weaver (serge) [1871]
  3. Lydia [b 1854] who was a fine cloth weaver [1881]
  4. John [b 1862] who was a woollen piecer p1871], a worsted finisher [1881]
  5. Emma [b 1864] who was a worsted winder [1881]
  6. Benjamin
  7. Eliza [b 1869]

The family lived at

  • Stainland [1871]

Benjamin died between 1871 & 1881

Sutcliffe, BenjaminRef 37-129
[1835-1888] Of Rastrick.

In [Q4] 1859, he married Sarah Jane Cockroft [1839-1915] in Halifax.

Children:

  1. Elizabeth Ann [1862-1934]

Members of the family were buried at Brighouse Cemetery

Sutcliffe, BenjaminRef 37-256
[1853-1915] Son of James Sutcliffe.

He was a cotton spinner [1896] / partner in Ben & Thomas Sutcliffe

Sutcliffe, BenjaminRef 37-277
[1860-1937] (Possibly) son of Howarth Sutcliffe.

Born in Stainland.

He was a spinner [1871] / a doctor's collector [1891] / secretary to coal society [1901] / secretary to coal distribution club [1911].

In [Q2] 1880, he (possibly) married Eliza Alice Hinchcliffe [1859-1931] in Halifax.


Eliza Alice was born in Barkisland
 

Children:

  1. Helena [b 1881] who was a woollen weaver [1901]
  2. Albert [b 1883] who was a cloth fuller [1901]
  3. Annie [1884-5th December 1969] who was a woollen weaver [1901], & never married
  4. Ernest [b 1886] who was a cotton piecer [1901, a cotton yarn doubler [1911]
  5. Beatrice [1889-4th October 1955] who was an assistant teacher (elementary school) [1911]
  6. Clara [1891-30th March 1978] who was a woollen cloth weaver [1911], & never married
  7. Alice [1897-15th December 1977] who was a woollen cloth weaver [1911], & never married
  8. Phoebe [b 1900]

The family lived at

  • Broad Royd, Stainland-with Old Lindley [1891]
  • Beestonley, Stainland [1901, 1911]

Eliza Alice died 7th September 1931 (aged 72).

Benjamin died 29th November 1937 (aged 77).

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

The sisters – Annie, Beatrice, Clara & Alice – are buried together.

Buried with Eliza Alice & Benjamin are William Hinchcliffe [1795-19th July 1871] & Mary Hinchcliffe [1796-21st January 1884]

Sutcliffe, BenjaminRef 37-274
[1867-1931] Son of Benjamin Sutcliffe.

Born in Stainland.

He was a wool sorter [1881] / a wool sorter [1901] / a wool sorter (woollen factory) [1911].

He married Mary [1870-1935].

Children:

  1. Harold [b 1892] who was a cloth percher [1911]
  2. Irvine [b 1903]
The 1911 census shows that they had had 4 children of whom 2 were still alive at that time.

The family lived at

  • Cold Wells Hill, Stainland-with Old Lindley [1901]
  • Bowling Green, Stainland [1911]

Benjamin died 23rd September 1931 (aged 64).

Mary died 5th March 1935 (aged 65).

The couple were buried at Providence Congregational Church, Stainland with his William Henry Sutcliffe

Sutcliffe, Captain Bernard LucasRef 37-S1320
[1890-19??] Son of Thomas Sutcliffe.

Born 12th May 1890.

He was partner in Sutcliffe & Company.

In [Q4] 1921, he married Kathleen Walker in Halifax.


Kathleen was the daughter of Arthur Walker
 

Children:

  1. Ann [b 1926] who married Mr Waldron and had daughters, Vivien and Josephine

Sutcliffe, BetsyRef 37-S900
[1867-1965] Daughter of Elizabeth and John Sutcliffe.

Born in Todmorden.

In 18??, she witnessed a meteorite which fell into Mixenden Reservoir during a violent storm.

In 1889, she married Joe Eastwood

Sutcliffe, BoothRef 37-S1558
[18??-1???] Partner in John Sutcliffe & Son

Sutcliffe, BoothRef 37-174
[1844-1915] (Possibly) Azbuck Booth Sutcliffe.

Born in Halifax.

He was landlord of the Cricketers' Arms, Halifax [1871].

He lived at 14 Church Place, Halifax.

He died in Halifax [27th February 1915].

He was buried at Christ Church, Pellon [1 B 11]

Sutcliffe, CharlesRef 37-S3307
[1759-1827] Of Clay Pits, Soyland.

On 19th January 1791, he married Ann, daughter of John Habergham, at Elland.


Ann already had a son, Job Habergham [1783-1810]
 

Children:

  1. Ann [1791-1848] who married Samuel Stevenson

Charles and Job are mentioned on Samuel's Hill family tomb in Ripponden Churchyard

Sutcliffe, Dr CharlesRef 37-S2393
[1821-19??] Son of John Sutcliffe.

Surgeon at Pavement, Todmorden. He was registrar of births and deaths for Todmorden district [1861].

He married (1) Jane Ramsbottom.

In 1856, he married (2) Elizabeth Aspinall in Halifax

Sutcliffe, CharlesRef 37-102
[1848-19??] Born in Todmorden.

He was a pedlar / hawker [1901].

Around 1879, he married Mary H [1856-19??].


Mary H was born in Heptonstall
 

Children:

  1. Edith [b 1879] who was a cotton weaver [1901]
  2. Sam [b 1881] who was a cotton weaver [1901]
  3. Annis [b 1883] who was a cotton weaver [1901]
  4. Jane [b 1885] who was a cotton weaver [1901]
  5. Ernest [b 1886] who was a draper's assistant [1901]
  6. Harold [b 1887] who was a booking clerk [1901]
  7. Wright [b 1896]

The family lived at 70 Stansfield Road, Todmorden [1901]

Sutcliffe, Charles EdwinRef 37-S1642
[1850-1916] Son of William Sutcliffe.

He was [probably] a partner in Eastwood & Sutcliffe

Sutcliffe, Charles TaylorRef 37-104
[1846-1???] Born in Warley.

He was a master tin plate worker employing 2 boys [1881].

In 1872, he married Ellen Shaw [1853-1???] from Norland.

Children:

  1. Arthur [b 1873]
  2. Emily [b 1875]
  3. Annie [b 1876]
  4. Florence [b 1880]

The family lived at Stirk Bridge, Norland [1881]

Sutcliffe, Charles WillieRef 37-287
[1895-1977]

He married Hilda [1897-1970].

Hilda died 8th August 1970 (aged 73).

Charles Willie died 23rd December 1977 (aged 82).

The couple were buried at Providence Congregational Church, Stainland with Arthur Stott

Sutcliffe, Clement ArthingtonRef 37-165
[1879-1919] Born in Halifax.

Baptised at St Paul's Church, King Cross [8th June 1892].

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 406th Agricultural Company Labour Corps.

He died 14th July 1919.

Sutcliffe, CliffordRef 37-S3120
[1899-1961] On 31st January 1925, he married Florence Oddy.

They lived at 13 Concrete Street, Lee Mount [1939]

Sutcliffe, Clifford H.Ref 37-92
[1897-1920] Born in Mytholmroyd.

He was a woollen spinner.

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

He died of wounds [31st July 1920].

He was buried at Ramleh War Cemetery, Palestine & Israel [Grave Ref D 46].

He is remembered on a memorial in Mount Zion Methodist Church, Mytholmroyd and Scout Road Wesleyan Chapel, Mytholmroyd, and in the book Royd Regeneration

Sutcliffe, DanRef 37-221
[18??-1???] A stonemason of Trafalgar, Halifax.

He was a member of the Good Intent Lodge of the United Order of Druids.

At Halifax Borough Court, on 12th April 1870, he summoned 2 officers of the Lodge – Thomas Crowther of Southowram Bank and William Macartney of Pineberry Hill – for £8 which was due to him on the death of his wife.

The defence was that Sutcliffe owed 11/- in fines and was debarred from the benefits of the Society. Magistrates ordered the £8 to be paid plus 11/- costs, on the grounds that the fines had nothing to do with the contributions

Sutcliffe, DanRef 37-S1790
[18??-19??] Partner in Helliwell & Sutcliffe [1905]

Sutcliffe, DanRef 37-S426
[1843-1913] Son of Robert Sutcliffe.

Born at Lower Blackshawhead.

He was educated at Joseph Moss's School.

He was a teacher at Spinks House, Colden / Solicitor with A. G. Eastwood [1857] / Town Clerk of Todmorden [1905] / Clerk to Todmorden Local Board [until 1890] / Registrar and High Bailiff at Todmorden County Court.

He married Mary Elizabeth Hodgson [1848-1930].

Children:

  1. daughter
  2. daughter
  3. daughter
  4. daughter
  5. Katharine Gertrude [1884-1960] who married Joshua Hodson Hoyle
  6. Frances Helena [b 1885] who married [14th June 1913] Clarence Greenwood of Liverpool, at Wellington Road Baptist Church

The family lived at The Stile, Todmorden.

He was buried at Heptonstall Slack Baptist Cemetery

Sutcliffe, DanielRef 37-S1383
[16??-17??] A Quaker of Strait Hey, Langfield.

Rev Henry Crabtree is recorded as having disrupted meetings at Sutcliffe's home.

He married Hannah.

Children:

  1. John
  2. Daniel
  3. Mary
  4. a daughter
  5. a daughter
  6. a daughter

Sutcliffe, DanielRef 37-S1771
[18??-19??] Cotton manufacturer at Mount Pleasant Mill, Mytholmroyd [1905]

Sutcliffe, DanielRef 37-S2273
[18??-19??] Partner in John Sutcliffe & Sons.

He lived at 2 Woodlesford, Pellon [1905]

Sutcliffe, DavidRef 37-S2485
[17??-1???] He was Usher at Heath Grammar School [2nd July 1770]. He took holy orders before 1775

Sutcliffe, DavidRef 37-271
[1838-1908] Born in Stainland.

He was a slubber (woollen) [1871] / a dyer [1891].

He married Martha [1844-1872].

Children:

  1. Hannah [b 1864]
  2. Elizabeth [b 1866] who was a cotton operative [1891]
  3. Tom who died aged 1 year & 10 months

Martha died 9th February 1872 (aged 28).

He married (2) Hannah [1837-1912].


Hannah was born in Stainland
 

Children:

  1. Annie Eliza [1874-20th December 1877]
  2. James Richard who died August 31st 1876 (aged 16 weeks) 

The family lived at

  • Sowood Green [1871]
  • Holywell Brook [1872]
  • Raw Royd, Elland-cum-Greetland [1891]

Living with them [in 1891] was Dyson Hamer [b 1862] (blacksmith).

David died 31st December 1908 (aged 70).

Hannah died 12th March 1912 (aged 75).

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

Sutcliffe, DavidRef 37-41
[1839-1???] He was innkeeper of the Three Pigeons, Halifax [1881].

He had children by Eliza Ann Mallinson: Emily and Tom Sutcliffe Mallinson

Sutcliffe, David WilfredRef 37-170
[1877-1918] Born in Ovenden.

In [Q4] 1901, he married Lilly Longbottom in Halifax.

They lived at 7 Grove Street, Ovenden.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 19th Battalion Durham Light Infantry.

He died 12th April 1918.

He is remembered on the Ploegsteert Memorial, Belgium [Grave Ref 8 & 9], and in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance

Sutcliffe, DentRef 37-65
[1887-1958] Son of John Sutcliffe.

Born in Wadsworth.

He was a button hole machiner fustian clothing [1901] / a newspaper journalist [1911].

He was an officer of Hebden Bridge Literary & Scientific Society.

In 1920, he married Ethel Helliwell in Todmorden.

The family lived at

  • 2 Law House, Hebden Bridge [1919]
  • 11 Marlborough Grove, Hebden Bridge [1922, 1958]

Dent died in Todmorden in 1958 (aged 70).

A section of woodland at Hardcastle Crags was planted as a memorial to him [1966]

Sutcliffe, DickRef 37-116
[1890-1916] Son of Lewis Sutcliffe.

Born in Halifax.

He was a member of Range Bank Congregational Church, Halifax / a wire worker labourer [1911] / employed by Frederick Smith & Company.

During World War I, he served as a Rifleman with the 18th Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps.

He was in training [November 1915]; his father died while he was in training.

He went to France [July 1916].

He died following a German gas attack [9th August 1916] (aged 26).

He was buried at Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Belgium [Grave Ref VIII D 32A].

He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance

Sutcliffe, DoraRef 37-S2967
[1890-1959] Daughter of Tom Sutcliffe.

Born at Binns Hill, Warley

She was a seamstress and tailoress.

She married Harold Carey Pickles.

She died in Dovercourt

Sutcliffe, EbenezerRef 37-201
[18??-19??]

In [Q4] 1895, he married Sarah Greenwood [18??-19??] in Todmorden.

Children:

  1. Arnold

The family lived at Akroyd Farm, Wadsworth

Sutcliffe, EdgarRef 37-159
[1882-1917] (Possibly) illegitimate son of Mary Sutcliffe, and cousin of Sarah Sutcliffe of 3 Cambridge Street, Hebden Bridge.

He was a member of Birchcliffe Baptist Sunday School, Hebden Bridge / a cotton sheet looker [1901] / a clothlooker for cotton manufacturer [1911] / a warehouseman with James Hoyle Limited at Acre Mill, Old Town.

He lived with his aunt Ann Sutcliffe at Top Croft, Wadsworth [1911].

During World War I, he served as a Private with C Company 9th Battalion York & Lancaster Regiment.

He died 9th June 1917 (aged 35).

His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [23rd June 1917].

He is remembered on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium [Grave Ref 36 & 55], and on Wadsworth War Memorial

Sutcliffe, EdwardRef 37-44
[16??-16??] Hand Carr Farm, Luddendenfoot is dated ESS 1640 and Upper Foot Farm, Luddendenfoot is dated ESS 1659

David Cant tells me that

Edward Sutcliffe held property at Upper Foot Farm from 1655, and – given the proximity and similarity of Hand Carr – it is likely that he was there also

Sutcliffe, EdwardRef 37-220
[18??-18??] On 23rd December 1868, he assaulted Sidney Shaw at the Griffin Inn, Barkisland.

The 2 men were drinking together when Sutcliffe called Shaw a thief. In the ensuing scuffle, Sutcliffe kicked Shaw so severely that he could scarcely walk.

At Halifax West Riding Court on 9th January 1869, the Police gave Shaw a bad character, and Sutcliffe was fined 17/-

Sutcliffe, EdwardRef 37-S1851
[18??-19??] Partner in E. Sutcliffe & Company.

He lived at Unity Street, Hebden Bridge [1905]

Sutcliffe, EdwardRef 37-194
[18??-191?] He served in World War I.

He died in the conflict.

He is remembered on Bailiff Bridge War Memorial

Sutcliffe, EdwardRef 37-214
[1829-1???] Son of William Sutcliffe.

Born (posthumously) in Sowerby [November 1829].

He was a farmer [1856] / a farmer of 18 acres [1861] / a farmer [1871, 1881, 1891].

In 1856, he married Betty Wormald


Betty was the daughter of John Wormald and widow of Thomas Turner
 

Children:

  1. Tamar [b 1857]

Sutcliffe, EdwardRef 37-S2749
[1832-1909] Son of Thomas Richard Sutcliffe.

Born in Brighouse.

Like his father, he became a corn miller and maltster.

He was a partner in T. R. Sutcliffe & Sons [1865].

He gave up business in Brighouse and became a maltster in Mirfield.

In 1860, he married Hannah Maria Nicholson [1835-1???] from Halifax.

Children:

  1. Frances Edith [b 1861]
  2. Thomas Edward [b 1862]
  3. Charles Ernest [b 1864]
  4. Maria L. [b 1866]
  5. George W. [b 1868]
  6. Constance M. [b 1874]

The family lived at

  • Newlands, Rastrick [1861]
  • Roe Head, Mirfield [1871]
  • Knowle New Road, Mirfield [1881]
  • 14 Wheatcroft Villas, Knowle Road, Mirfield [1891]

He died in Mirfield [3rd March 1909].

He was buried at Mirfield Parish Church

Sutcliffe, EdwardRef 37-176
[1863-19??] Or Edwin [1901, 1911]

Born in Stainland.

He was a woollen teazer [1891] / a woollen card room hand [1901] / a woollen carder [1911].

In [Q1] 1891, he married Eliza Dyson [1862-19??].


Eliza was born in Stainland.

She was a woollen weaver [1891]

 

Children:

  1. James Henry
  2. Ada [b 1893] who was a cotton winder [1911]
  3. Dyson [b 1895] who was a woollen piecener [1911]
  4. Wilfred [b 1898] who was a woollen piecener [1911]
  5. Leonard [b 1900]
  6. Ellen [b 1901]
  7. Amy [b 1903]
  8. Elmer [b 1906]

The family lived at

  • Jagger Green, Stainland with Old Lindley [1891]
  • Thunelly[?] Lane, Stainland with Old Lindley (between Prospect Place & Holly Tree Cottage) [1901]
  • Jagger Green, Holywell Green, Halifax [1911]
  • Holly Tree Cottage, Jagger Green [1917]

Living with them [in 1891] was boarder Gertrude Sutcliffe [b  1870] (worsted drawer) 

Sutcliffe, EdwardRef 37-152
[1880-19??] Born in Todmorden.

He was a dairy farmer [1911].

Around 1907, he married Amelia [1882-19??].


Amelia was born in Todmorden
 

They lived at Greave Farm, Langfield, Todmorden [1911].

Living with them [in 1911] were boarder Frank Glover [b 1895] (fustian machinist), and adopted son Jack Sutcliffe Glover [b 1898] (working on the farm) 

Sutcliffe, EdwinRef 37-S1818
[18??-19??] Cotton manufacturer at Adamroyd Mill, Todmorden [1905]

Sutcliffe, EdwinRef 37-46
[1823-1900] Born in Halifax.

He was an iron turner [1881].

In 1846, he married Elizabeth Tillotson [1822-1883] in Halifax.


Elizabeth was born in Halifax
 

They lived at

  • 31 Whitegate Terrace, Siddal [1881]
  • 30 Ann Street, Halifax [1900]

The couple were buried at St Thomas the Apostle, Claremount [Grave Ref: 7 37]

Sutcliffe, EliRef 37-7600
[17??-18??] He had a paper-making business in Stainland.

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. John

Sutcliffe, EliRef 37-S931
[17??-18??] Cotton-spinner at Barkisland Mills [1882].

He lived at Barkisland Hall

Sutcliffe, EliRef 37-32
[1815-18??] Son of John Sutcliffe.

Born in Stainland [7th April 1815].

Members of the family were of the Methodist Episcopalian Church.

He married Mary Lumb.


Mary was born in Barkisland [21st September 1815], the daughter of John Lumb, a weaver
 

Children:

  1. John
  2. Sarah who married Benjamin F. Brinkerhoff
  3. William H.
  4. Eli D. who became an Episcopalian minister in Oregon
  5. George T. who died in infancy

In 1840, the family moved to Poughkeepsie, New York.

Eli initially worked in a woollen factory.

In 1851, he opened a grocery store.

In 1855, he went into partnership with David Scott, manufacturing soap and candles.

He later disposed of the soap and candle making business.

He retired and sold his interest in the grocery store to his son William H [1867].

Mary died 10th September 1894

Sutcliffe, EliRef 37-244
[1815-1899] Son of John Sutcliffe.

Born in Elland.

Baptised at St Andrew's Church, Stainland [7th April 1815].

On 10th December 1837, he married Mary Lumb [1815-1894] at Halifax Parish Church.

The family emigrated to the US [1841].

Children:

  1. John who had an iron works at Cold Spring, Putnam County, NY

The county history says that son John


... was a machinist [1850, 1860].

He became interested in a woollen business with an uncle (probably Robert) who moved up to Dutchess County. By 1850 and in 1860 John was living in Cold Spring, Putnam County

 

Eli died in Poughkeepsie, NY [26th April 1899]

Sutcliffe, EliRef 37-82
[1822-1???] Born in Heptonstall.

He was a plasterer's labourer [1881].

He married Sarah [1824-1???].


Sarah was born in Heptonstall
 

Children:

  1. Ann [1850-1???] who married [1879] Levi Greenwood
  2. Emily [b 1859] who was a cotton weaver [1881]
  3. Henry [b 1864] who was a cotton weaver [1881]

Living with them [in 1881] was Ann's illegitimate daughter Mary Hannah Sutcliffe [b 1877]

Sutcliffe, EliRef 37-132
[1851-1???]

In [Q3] 1870, he married Maria Aspinall in Bradford.


Maria was the daughter of
Duke Aspinall
 

Children:

  1. Mary Ann [b 1871]

In 1871, the family were living at 699 Sowood Green, Stainland with Maria's parents

Sutcliffe, Elizabeth LucasRef 37-S1081
[1889-1962] JP.

Daughter of Thomas Sutcliffe.

She married Alfred William Whitley.

She held many public offices, including Magistrate, town Councillor [1947-1954], and Governor of Halifax Junior Technical College, Clare Hall School, Ostler School & Holy Trinity Secondary School.

In 1954, she moved to Bexhill-on-Sea.

She died at the home of her daughter Helen in Cambridge

Sutcliffe, EllisRef 37-288
[1899-1977] Landlord of the Travellers' Rest, Luddenden [1923-1929]

Sutcliffe, EllisRef 37-252
[18??-19??] Of Halifax.

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. Ellis
  2. Walter

Sons Ellis & Walter died in World War I

Sutcliffe, EllisRef 37-253
[18??-1918] Son of Ellis Sutcliffe

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 2nd/5th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He died of pleurisy as a POW in Germany [30th August 1918].

He was buried at Caudry British Cemetery, France [Grave Ref IV A 7].

His brother Walter also died in the War

Sutcliffe, ElyRef 37-S3260
[1???-18??] Partner Whiteley, Sutcliffe & Whittell at Firth House Mills, Stainland [1841]. He was on the committee of the Huddersfield & Liverpool Direct Railway Company [1845]$2

Sutcliffe, ElyRef 37-S1749
[1796-1871] He was a cotton spinner employing 19 females and 54 males at Dog Lane Mill, Stainland [1851] / a cotton spinner employing 50 females and 54 males at Dog Lane Mill, Stainland [1861] / Guardian of the Poor for Barkisland [1865].

He married Rebecca [1804-1887]. Rebecca was a paper-maker living at Dean Lodge, Stainland [1841].

Children:

  1. Elizabeth [1824-1899] who married John Sugden
  2. William
  3. Edward [b 1839]

The family lived at

Sutcliffe, ElyRef 37-205
[1810-1851] Born in Soyland.

He was innkeeper at the Sportsman, Soyland [1841, 1845, 1851] / a farmer of 8 acres employing 2 men [1851].

In [Q2] 1840, he married Mary [1805-18??].


Mary was born in Soyland
 

Children:

  1. William [b 1845]
  2. John [b 1847]

Ely died Q1 1851.

Mary took over at the Sportsman [1861]

Sutcliffe, ErnestRef 37-37
[1871-19??] Born in Hebden Bridge.

He was a head teacher [1911].

In [Q3] 1905, he married Jessie Simpson from Heptonstall, in Todmorden.


Jessie was the daughter of
James Simpson. She was a schoolmistress [1901]
 

Children:

  1. Marjorie [b 1908]
  2. Cedric a [b 1909]
  3. Dorothy G [b 1911]

The family lived at School House, Cragg Vale [1911]

Sutcliffe, Ernest CharlesRef 37-S1589
[1859-19??] Son of Wright Sutcliffe.

He was a brass finisher [1881] / a commercial traveller [1891] / a sanitary engineer [1901].

In 1898, he married Kate Lee [1866-19??] in Halifax.

Children:

  1. Charles Barry [b 1900]
  2. Max [b 1904]

The family lived at

  • 42 Free School Lane, Halifax [1901]
  • Chapel Allerton, Leeds [1911]

See Wright Sutcliffe & Son

Sutcliffe, F.Ref 37-139
[1882-1917] Son of Mr Sutcliffe of Todmorden.

He married Emma.

They lived at 23 Wainman Street, Halifax.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 26th (Tyneside Irish) Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers.

He died 9th April 1917 (aged 35).

He was buried at Bailleul Road East Cemetery, Saint-Laurent-Blangy, France [Grave Ref I B 36]

Sutcliffe, F.Ref 37-160
[1885-1919]

He married Leah.

During World War I, he served as a Gunner with the 61st Reserve Battery Royal Field Artillery.

He died 1st July 1919 (aged 34).

He was buried at Luddendenfoot Congregational Church [392].

In [Q4] 1926, Leah married Frederick Lord in Halifax.

They lived at 1 Chiserley Field Side, Wadsworth

Sutcliffe, FergusRef 37-286
[1841-1???] Born in Halifax.

He was a warp dresser [1871] / beer seller at the Railway Hotel, Ovenden [1881].

He married Mary [1838-1???].


Mary was born in Halifax
 

Children:

  1. Martha Ann [b 1873]

The family lived at Holdsworth, Ovenden [1871]

Sutcliffe, FlorenceRef 37-S1055
[1874-19??] Daughter of Joshua Sutcliffe.

She was related to the Baldwin family and the Walker family – Baldwin and Walker, the Ladyship wool firm.

In 1894, she became the second wife of Joseph Henry Scott Finlinson. She was almost 30 years younger than her husband.

The family went to live in Somerset from around 1899 until 1902.

Shortly afterwards, the couple parted company, and her husband went to live with his daughter, Mabel Constance, at Marylebone, London.

In 1911, Florence was a patient at the Medical & Surgical Home, 3 Devonshire Street, Marylebone, London

Sutcliffe, FrancisRef 37-56
[1891-1915] Son of Joseph Sutcliffe.

Born in Hebden Bridge.

He was a peg finisher for shuttles [1911] / a foreman shuttle tongue finisher at Ashworth's at Royd Works, Hebden Bridge.

In 1913, he married Gertrude B McDermott in Todmorden.

Children:

  1. Henry [b 1914]

The family lived at 7 Commercial Street, Hebden Bridge [1915].

During World War I, he enlisted in February 1915, and served as a Private with the 2nd Battalion Royal Scots.

He was sent to France in July 1915.

He died 24th September 1915 (aged 26), from wounds received when a shell burst whilst he was waiting to take up ammunition to his own line.

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

He was buried at Brandhoek Military Cemetery, Belgium. [Grave Ref I F 7].

His brother Harry and their cousin Arnold Ackroyd also died in the War

Sutcliffe, FrankRef 37-178
[18??-19??] He served in World War I.

He died in the conflict.

He is remembered on the Roll of Honour at Patmos Congregational Chapel, Todmorden

Sutcliffe, FrankRef 37-S1813
[18??-19??] Partner in Sutcliffe Brothers [1905]

Sutcliffe, FrankRef 37-192
[18??-191?] He served in World War I.

He died in the conflict.

He is remembered on Luddendenfoot War Memorial

Sutcliffe, FrankRef 37-202
[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

Sutcliffe, FrankRef 37-76
[1881-1918] Son of Betty & David Sutcliffe of 3 The Grove, Todmorden.

He married Mary Grace.

They lived at 3 Hollins Road, Walsden.

During World War I, he served as an Air Mechanic 3rd Class with the 203rd Squadron Royal Air Force.

He died 27th December 1918 (aged 37).

He was buried at Auberchicourt British Cemetery, France [Grave Ref I D 7].

He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance, and on the Memorial at Oddfellows' Hall, Todmorden

Sutcliffe, FrankRef 37-67
[1890-1917] Of Todmorden.

He was a weaver at Waterside Mill, Todmorden.

He lived at 7 Shade Street, Todmorden.

During World War I, he enlisted [1915], and served as a Private with the 1st/6th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers.

He served in Egypt and the Dardanelles.

He was reported missing and assumed to have died 6th September 1917.

He is remembered on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium [Grave Ref 54-60 & 163A], on Todmorden War Memorial, on the Memorial at Shade Wesleyan Methodist Church, on the Memorial at Shade Council School, and (possibly) on the Memorial at Oddfellows' Hall, Todmorden

Sutcliffe, FrankRef 37-172
[1895-1917] Son of Sarah Jane (née Dyson) & Hanson Sutcliffe of 32 Oak Street, Elland.

Born in Elland.

During World War I, he served as a Gunner with the 14th Heavy T.M. Battery Royal Field Artillery.

He died 19th July 1917 (aged 21).

He was buried at Locre Hospice Cemetery, Belgium [Grave Ref II A 5].

He is remembered on Elland War Memorial

Sutcliffe, Frank LeslieRef 37-140
[1916-1944] Son of Minnie Sutcliffe of Halifax.

Born in West Vale.

He was educated at Brooksbank School, Elland / employed by Dargue Brothers Limited.

In [Q2] 1935, he married Hilda Eastwood in Halifax.

Children:

  1. child

The family lived at 6 Haigh Terrace, Halifax.

During World War II, he served as a Private with the 3rd Field Ambulance Royal Army Medical Corps.

He was killed in action whilst acting as a stretcher bearer [30th January 1944] (aged 28).

He was buried at Anzio War Cemetery, Italy [Grave Ref III H 7].

He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, and on the Memorial at Brooksbank School, Elland

Sutcliffe, FredRef 37-209
[1864-1905] (Possibly) son of Ann Sutcliffe, grandson of William Sutcliffe

Born in Hebden Bridge.

He was a grocer's apprentice [1881] / a drapery salesman [1891] / a drapery stores manager [1901].

In 1884, he married Sarah Walton in Todmorden.


Sarah was born in Wadsworth, the daughter of James Walton
 

Children:

  1. James William [b 1886] who was a whitesmith's apprentice [1901], a shuttle peg forger [1911]
  2. John Edward [b 1888] who was a whitesmith's apprentice [1901], a shuttle peg forger [1911]
  3. Hilda [b 1890]
  4. Herbert [b 1892] who was a tinplate worker apprentice [1911]
  5. Harry [b 1895] who was an apprentice mechanic [1911]
  6. Tom
  7. Ronald [b 1899]
  8. Ann [b 1902]

The family lived at 3 Cambridge Street, Hebden Bridge [1891, 1901, 1911]. Living with them [in 1891, 1901] were Sarah's siblings: Grace, Fred, Annie, Arthur, and Willie.

Fred died in Todmorden [Q1 1905].

Living with the widowed Sarah [in 1911] were her siblings: Grace, Fred, and Annie

Sutcliffe, FredRef 37-111
[1869-1???] Son of Greenwood Sutcliffe, plasterer.

Born in Halifax.

He was a carter of Ki?rkin Lane [1890] / a stone leader (cart) [1891] / stone wagon teamer [1901] / a waggoner for brickworks [1911]

In 1890, he married Emma Stafford [1868-1???] at St Thomas's Church, Claremount.


Emma, of Leyland Street, was the daughter of
William Stafford.

She had an illegitimate daughter: Gertrude [b 1888], who was living with the family as Gertrude Sutcliffe Stafford (stepdaughter) [1891] and Gertrude Sutcliffe (daughter) [1901]

Emma was a silk rover [1891] and an alpaca weaver [1901]

 

Children:

  1. Gertrude who was a worsted spinner [1901], a worsted twister [1911]
  2. Willie [b 1891]
  3. Wallace

The family lived at

  • Hazlehirst, Northowram [1891]
  • 21 West End, Queensbury [1901]
  • 9 Calder Banks, Queensbury [1911]

Sutcliffe, FredRef 37-6
[1877-1938] Son of Thomas Sutcliffe.

He was a worsted mill hand [1891] / a police constable with Halifax Borough Force [1911].

In 1901, he was a policeman, boarding at 2 Davis Street, Halifax.

In 1904, he married Polly / Pollie Fairbotham [1880-1952] in Halifax.


Pollie came from Barnsley
 

Children:

  1. Enda [b 1907]
  2. Hilda [b 1908]
  3. Phyllis [b 1911] who married Edward Murgatroyd

The family lived at

  • 18 Chestnut Street, Halifax [1911]
  • 1 Hornby Terrace, Halifax [1938, 1952]

Fred died 27th June 1938.

Pollie died 11th August 1952.

The couple were buried at Mount Zion Methodist Chapel, Ogden

Sutcliffe, FredRef 37-93
[1884-1918] Born in Erringden.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the Manchester Regiment.

He died 24th March 1918.

He is remembered on a memorial in St Michael's Church, Mytholmroyd, and in the book Royd Regeneration.

He was (possibly) employed by J. & R. Redman Limited, but he is not listed on the Roll of Honour for those employees who served in World War I

Sutcliffe, FredRef 37-247
[1885-1914] Son of E. Sutcliffe of 17 Booth Bank, Boothtown.

During World War I, he served as a Corporal with the 3rd Battalion C Squadron Dragoon Guards (Prince of Wales's Own).

He was killed in action [6th November 1914] (aged 29).

He is remembered on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium [Grave Ref 3], and in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance

Sutcliffe, FredRef 37-S3284
[1892-1951] BA.

Son of Herbert Ambler Sutcliffe.

Born in Sowerby Bridge.

He was a mill worker [1902] / a stretcher-bearer during World War I / active (as a student and as a tutor) in the WEA and the local Mechanics' Institute.

Around 1925, he won a bursary to Manchester College Oxford where he studied for a diploma in philosophy, politic and economics.

In 1931, he gained a degree at Leeds University.

In 1922, he married Ada Mayfield at Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge.

Children:

  1. Ann

The family lived at

  • Pepper Hill, Shelf [1931]
  • Cheshire
  • Norland

Fred died in 1951.

In 1954, Ada married Herbert Woodhead

Sutcliffe, FredRef 37-97
[1893-1916] Son of John Sutcliffe.

Born at Stile, Sowerby [21st April 1893].

Baptised at St Peter's Church, Sowerby [6th June 1894].

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 9th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He died 7th July 1916 (aged 23).

He is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial, France [Grave Ref 6A & 6B], on the Memorial at Saint Peter's Church, Sowerby, on Triangle War Memorial, on the Triangle Roll of Honour, and on his parents' grave at St Peter's Church, Sowerby

Sutcliffe, FredRef 37-S53
[1894-19??] One of the Todmorden Communists, he was acquitted at Leeds Assizes

Sutcliffe, FredRef 37-50
[1895-1971] Born in Sowerby Bridge.

He was interested in music and took lessons from Herbert Teal.

He took part in music festivals in Lancashire and Derbyshire.

He was invited to join the British National Opera Company, who were appearing in Halifax, but he declined.

He made a number of radio broadcasts and gramophone recordings.

He did not become a professional singer but was a member of the Sowerby Bridge West End Opera Company, the Sowerby Bridge Madrigal Society, and the Halifax Choral Society

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. son
  2. son

Sutcliffe, FredRef 37-157
[1900-1918] Son of Mary Alice & Henry Sutcliffe of Horsehold Farm, Erringden.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 2nd/4th Battalion King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry.

He died 20th July 1918 (aged 18).

He is remembered on the Soissons Memorial, France

Sutcliffe, FredRef 37-120
[1922-1945] Son of Minnie & Harry Sutcliffe of Halifax.

Born in Sowerby Bridge.

During World War II, he served as a Private with the 7th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders.

He died in Wakefield [27th January 1945] (aged 23).

He was buried at Sowerby Bridge Cemetery [b U 269]

Sutcliffe, FrederickRef 37-S2748
[1846-1912] Son of Thomas Richard Sutcliffe.

He was a maltster.

On 23rd February 1881, he married (1) Mary Lockwood Haigh [1863-1911].


Mary came from Huddersfield
 

Children:

  1. Thomas Evan

Mary died 24th January 1911 (aged 48).

She was buried at St Martin's Church, Brighouse.

Frederick went to live with his older unmarried sister Harriet Sutcliffe at 148 Otley Road, Headingley, Leeds.

He married (2) Mary Ann Thompson.

Children:

  1. Oswald

The family lived at

  • Croft Hollow, Rastrick [1916]
  • 13 Mount Lane, Rastrick [1896]

Frederick died at Headingley [13th August 1912] (aged 66).

He was buried at St Martin's Church, Brighouse

Harriet died 15th February 1930 (aged 89).

She was buried at St Martin's Church, Brighouse (possibly) in the family vault.

Details of Mary Ann's death & burial place are not known

Sutcliffe, Frederick WilliamRef 37-193
[1882-1917] Son of Richard Sutcliffe, engineer, of Todmorden.

Born in Todmorden.

He was a billiard player / an apprentice printer with Mr Dewhirst / a printer with Milner & Company / a member of Kingston Liberal Club, Halifax / employed by the Refuge Assurance Company [1905] / an assurance agent of 105 Hanson Lane [1910] / a life insurance agent [1911].

In [Q3] 1910, he married Emma Blackburn [1880-19??] at St Augustine's Church, Pellon.


Emma, of Pellon, was born in Elland, the daughter of Thomas Whiteley Blackburn, fish salesman
 

They lived at

  • 1 Dunkirk Terrace, Halifax [1911]
  • 23 Wainman Street, Halifax

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 26th (Tyneside Irish) Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers.

His brother John also served.

He died 9th April 1917 (aged 35).

His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [5th May 1917].

He was buried at Bailleul Road East Cemetery, Saint-Laurent-Blangy, France [Grave Ref I B 36].

He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance

Sutcliffe, G. W.Ref 37-S809
[18??-19??] In the 1930s, he commissioned a small model development of 19 houses at Pye Nest which were designed by Walsh & Maddock

Sutcliffe, GamalielRef 37-S1259
[1718-1803] Son of Joseph Sutcliffe.

He was born at Lee, Heptonstall. The family moved to Stoneshey Gate.

In 1767, he was an Overseer of the Poor for Heptonstall.

He occupied Room 20 & 21 on the Arcade gallery of the Piece Hall [1787].

To get around the problems with the coiners and foreign coins, he issued copper-plate cards which he redeemed for 3/6d

He married Grace Whitaker Greenwood [1714-1802].


Grace was the daughter of Mary (née Mitchell) & John Greenwood
 

Children:

  1. Gamaliel

He was buried in the nave at Heptonstall Church

Sutcliffe, GamalielRef 37-S1507
[1750-1840] Son of Gamaliel Sutcliffe.

Stuff-manufacturer of Stoneshey Gate, Heptonstall.

In 1813, he was a member of a Committee supporting those affected by the Luddites.

In 1774, he married Susannah Gibson [1753-1820].

Children:

  1. John
  2. Richard
  3. Grace
  4. Sally
  5. Betty
  6. Thomas
  7. William
  8. Henry

In the early 1790s, he built Bob Mill, Lower Colden.

In 1800, he built the two Lumb Mills, Heptonstall.

In 1809, he took Bob Mill, Heptonstall for cotton spinning from the tenant Robert Sutcliffe, as it was near Lumb Mills.

In 1809 and 1834, the business was known as Gamaliel Sutcliffe & Sons.

In 1837, he retired and the business was passed to his sons Richard and Thomas

Sutcliffe, GamalielRef 37-S481
[1843-1927] JP.

Son of George Sutcliffe.

Born in Heptonstall.

He was a Director of the Calder Cotton Company / a JP for the Todmorden Union [1896] / a worsted spinner [1903].

In 1911, he gave land for a new graveyard at Heptonstall, and the old graveyard was closed to new burials in 1915.

He lived at Heptonstall Slack and owned Brearley Hall [1920].

He travelled to Australia and America, and wrote journals of his travels.

Probate records show that he left an estate valued at £178,992.

See Upper Brearley Hall, William Gibson, Lower Ashes, Stansfield, Luddendenfoot Bridge, Ovenden Hall, St Thomas the Apostle, Heptonstall, Priest Earth, Heptonstall and Upper Foot Farm, Luddendenfoot

Sutcliffe, GeorgeRef 37-S3551
[18??-18??] A coal merchant at Rastrick.

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. child
  2. child
  3. child
  4. child

In July 1869, at the West Riding Court, Halifax, he was charged with neglecting his wife and family. His wife – a respectable-looking woman – said that for 2 years past, he had not given a half-penny towards the support of his her or their children. During that time, he had frequently gone home drunk and ill-used her. Last Easter he sold the greatest part of their furniture, and she had since been partially dependent upon her mother for support. He had previously been in good circumstances but reduced himself to penury by his inebriate conduct. After hearing that a warrant had been issued against him, he absconded and was apprehended at Barnsley shortly before the Court case. He was ordered to pay expenses plus 24/- to reimburse the Relieving Officer, or 1 month in prison

Sutcliffe, GeorgeRef 37-S2506
[1801-1875] Son of John Sutcliffe.

Born in Heptonstall.

He was a farmer and landowner of 27 acres [1851] / a landed proprietor [1861, 1871].

He married Martha Ann [1814-1860] from Ovenden.

Children:

  1. Elizabeth [b 1839]
  2. Ann [b 1841]
  3. Gamaliel
  4. Thomas [b 1845]

The family lived at Stoneshey Gate, Heptonstall [1841, 1871].

In 1878, Gamaliel erected a window in Heptonstall Church in memory of his parents

Sutcliffe, GeorgeRef 37-S2968
[1828-1889] Born in Warley.

He became a farmer and stone mason at Warley. He farmed 7 acres [1861], 8 acres [1871].

He married Nancy Wormald [1832-1919] from Warley.

Children:

  1. John [b 1853] who became a mason [1871]
  2. Sarah
  3. William [b 1856] who became a mason [1871]
  4. Joe [b 1858]
  5. George E. [b 1860]
  6. Tom [b 1863] who became a plumber [1881]
  7. Fred [b 1865]
  8. Mary [b 1867] who married Sam Sutcliffe
  9. Alice [1871-1947] who married John Eastwood

The family lived at

  • 2 Edge Holme Lane, Warley [1861, 1871]
  • Liverpool Row, Warley [1881]
  • Cliff, Warley [1891]

Sutcliffe, GeorgeRef 37-109
[1869-1939] He was warehouseman (maker up) [1911].

On 16th February 1895, he married (1) Hannah Habergham [1869-1900] at Halifax Parish Church.


Hannah was the daughter of
Alfred Habergham
 

Children:

  1. Gertrude [b Q3/1900] who died shortly after birth

Hannah died in childbirth [Q3 1900].

In 1904, he married (2) Clara [1871-1948] in Halifax.


Clara [née Parker] was the widow of Samuel Barraclough
 

The family lived at

  • 4 Exeter Street, Sowerby Bridge [1911]
  • 16 Hanover Street, Bolton Brow, Sowerby Bridge

Sutcliffe, George EdwardRef 37-S1286
[1859-1933] Born in Stainland. He was a partner in Ely Sutcliffe & Son, cotton-spinners of Mirfield.

Around 1901, he went to India where he directed mills in Bombay and Sholapore.

He was associated with the Mrs Annie Besant and theosophy. He contributed to the Times of India and wrote several books on theosophy and occultism, including

Studies in Occult Chemistry & Physics

He returned to Britain in 1924.

He was knocked down and fatally injured by a motor-cycle in South London where he lived

Sutcliffe, George GarnetRef 37-181
[1882-1917] Son of Sid Sutcliffe.

Born in Soyland [4th November 1882]

He was a cotton piecer [1901, 1911] / employed at Ripponden Post office.

During World War I, he enlisted [January 1917], and served as a Private with the 2nd/7th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He was dangerously wounded.

He died of wounds in No.6 General Hospital, Rouen [15th May 1917].

His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [26th May 1917].

He was buried at St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, France [Grave Ref P II O 10A].

He is remembered on Ripponden War Memorial, and on the Memorial at Saint Bartholomew's Church, Ripponden

Sutcliffe, George ListerRef 37-S429
[1864-1915] FRIBA.

Son of William Mitchell Sutcliffe of Heptonstall.

He was educated at Heptonstall Grammar School / a member of Slack Chapel & School / one of the founders & president of the Sowerby Division Conference of Youth / president of the Calder Valley Cricket League / an architect's assistant [1885] / a partner in the architects Sutcliffe & Sutcliffe / involved in the planning of Hampstead village, London / author of a book entitled Concrete: its nature & use.

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. son [b 1901]

The family lived at

  • Heptonstall Slack
  • London [1901]
After moving to London, he returned each year to conduct the Messiah at Slack Chapel.

He died in Hampstead, London [12th September 1915].

He was cremated at Hampstead and his ashes were brought to Heptonstall Slack

Sutcliffe, George MitchellRef 37-137
[1890-1917] Son of John Sutcliffe of Lynd House, Greetland.

In [Q2] 1917, he married Constance Rothera in Rotherham.

They lived at 3 John Street, Greetland.

During World War I, he served as a 2nd Lieutenant with the 237th Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery.

He died 21st October 1917 (aged 27).

He was buried at Gwalia Cemetery, Belgium [Grave Ref II D 25].

He is remembered on the Memorial at Clay House, Greetland

Sutcliffe, Mrs GraceRef 37-S2758
[17??-1811] Maiden name: Unknown.

Her first husband was [??], the son of Rev William Grimshaw.

Her second husband was Samuel Sutcliffe.

After Samuel's death, she married Rev John Crosse.

She was buried at St Mary's Church, Luddenden

She was described as

A lady of great Christian simplicity, and eminently pious

Sutcliffe, GraceRef 37-S3187
[1814-1872] Daughter of William Sutcliffe.

She married (1) Henry Foster

She married (2) Joseph Sutcliffe

Sutcliffe, GranvilleRef 37-81
[1898-1918] Born in Todmorden.

During World War I, he enlisted at Halifax [28th April 1915], and served as a Private with the Devonshire Regiment.

He was discharged as unfit (sickness) for War Service [1st July 1916].

He died May 1918.

He was buried at Christ Church, Todmorden [29th May 1918].

He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

Sutcliffe, GreenwoodRef 37-77
[1880-1918] Son of Hannah & John William Sutcliffe.

Of Todmorden.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 2nd/5th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He died 20th July 1918 (aged 38).

He is remembered on the Soissons Memorial, France, and in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

Sutcliffe, HannahRef 37-S829
[16??-17??] Of Stansfield Hall.

She married John Travis from Inchfield

Sutcliffe, HardyRef 37-45
[18??-1???] In [Q1] 1893, he married Edith Hartley in Halifax.


Edith was the daughter of
John Hartley
 

They lived at Elswick, Northumberland [1901]

Sutcliffe, Sir HaroldRef 37-S72
[1898-1958] Eldest son of William Henry Sutcliffe.

Born in Luddendenfoot.

He was educated at Harrogate [1911], Harrow and Oriel College Oxford.

He served with the Royal Field Artillery during World War II.

In 1925, he was called to the Bar.

He was interested in commerce and he was an expert on the textile and cotton trade. He was Conservative MP for Royton, Lancashire [1931-1950] and for Heywood and Royton [1950-1955]

In 1926, he married (1) Theodora Cochrane.


Theodora was the daughter of Canon Cochrane
 

Children:

  1. John Harold Vick who married [1959] Cecilia Mary Turton of Darlington
  2. Jennifer Mary who married [1958] John Patrick Raison from Suffolk
  3. a daughter
  4. a daughter

The marriage was dissolved in 1947.

In 1948, he married (2) Eileen [1889-1979].


Eileen was the daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel J. T.  Field
 

In the 1930s, he bought Great Fosters in Egham, Surrey.

In 1953, he was knighted.

The family lived at

From his estate of £426,363, he left bequests for St Michael's Church, Mytholmroyd.

Eileen was buried at Heptonstall Church

Sutcliffe, Harold HenryRef 37-91
[1897-1917] Son of Emma & James Sutcliffe of 6 Burlees Lane, Hebden Bridge.

He was a button machinist (fustian).

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

He died 27th November 1917 (aged 20).

He is remembered on the Cambrai Memorial, Nord France [Grave Ref 6 & 7], and in the book Royd Regeneration

Sutcliffe, HarriettRef 37-243
[1814-1889] Daughter of John Sutcliffe.

Baptised at Elland Parish Church [25th December 1814].

The family emigrated to the US [1841].

On 3rd February 1834, she married Charles Heywood in Huddersfield.


A Mrs C. G. Haywood joined the Methodist Church in Paterson [1865].

Charles died [1871], and Harriett was living on Senate Street, Camden [with the McEvoys 1880] / at 423 Taylor [1884] / at 520 Market [with the McEvoys 1887-1889]

 

Harriett died in Camden, Camden County, NJ [5th April 1889]

Sutcliffe, HarryRef 37-95
[1???-19??] During World War II, he served as a Driver.

He died in the conflict.

He is remembered on a memorial in Mount Zion Methodist Church, Mytholmroyd and Scout Road Wesleyan Chapel, Mytholmroyd, and in the book Royd Regeneration

Sutcliffe, HarryRef 37-179
[18??-19??] He served in World War I.

He died in the conflict.

He is remembered on the Roll of Honour at Patmos Congregational Chapel, Todmorden

Sutcliffe, HarryRef 37-S1772
[18??-19??] Cotton manufacturer at Mount Pleasant Mill, Mytholmroyd [1905]

Sutcliffe, HarryRef 37-78
[18??-191?] Of Todmorden.

During World War I, he served with the Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He died in the conflict.

He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

Sutcliffe, HarryRef 37-S2964
[1879-19??] Son of Tom Sutcliffe.

Born in Halifax.

He was much travelled:

  • He emigrated to America [September 1903]
  • He returned to England [June 1905]
  • He went to New Zealand [June 1908]
  • He went to America [1911]

In 1912, he married Icyphene Hyatt in Spokane, Washington.

Children:

  1. Robert
  2. Dora

Sutcliffe, HarryRef 37-245
[1883-19??] Son of John Sutcliffe, delver.

He was a blacksmith's striker of 9 Brookfoot Lane, Southowram [1912].

In 1912, he married Hannah Whiteley at St Anne's Church, Southowram


Hannah, of 6 South View, Southowram, was the daughter of
John Whiteley
 

They lived at Adgil Grove, Southowram [1917]

Sutcliffe, HarryRef 37-80
[1889-1918] Son of Martha & John William Sutcliffe of 936 Burnley Road, Todmorden.

Born in Cornholme.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 2nd Battalion King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry.

He died 9th April 1918 (aged 29).

He was buried at Shore General Baptist Church, Todmorden [New Yard 23].

He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

Sutcliffe, HarryRef 37-110
[1894-1916] Son of Joseph Sutcliffe.

Born in Hebden Bridge.

He was a weaver (cotton) [1911].

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 17th Battalion Royal Fusiliers.

He died whilst he and Corporal Edwin Kelita Jagger tried to save a wounded officer [28th July 1916] (aged 22).

He is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial, France [Grave Ref 8C, 9A & 16A].

His brother Francis and their cousin Arnold Ackroyd also died in the War

Sutcliffe, HelliwellRef 37-75
[18??-1918] Of Todmorden.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 1st Battalion Hertfordshire Regiment.

He died 4th September 1918.

He was buried at Beaumetz Cross Roads Cemetery, Beaumetz-Les-Cambrai, France [Grave Ref B 4].

He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

Sutcliffe, HenryRef 37-128
[17??-18??]

In 1835, he was on the List of Electors for the Northowram Township of the Halifax Polling District in the election for the MP for the West Riding.

He lived at Lands Head, Northowram [1835]

Sutcliffe, HenryRef 37-S2732
[17??-18??] Corn miller at Southowram. Recorded in December 1812, when he was charged with forging a bond in the name of John Taylor with intent to defraud Halifax bankers Rhodes, Briggs & Garlick

Sutcliffe, HenryRef 37-9800
[1784-1813] Of Halifax.

In 1812, he married Unknown.

On 3rd April 1813, he was executed at the Tyburn, York for forgery. Documents of the time record that

he was a person much respected

Sutcliffe, HenryRef 37-8
[1785-1844] He married (1) Sarah [1788-1812]. Sarah died 26th February 1812 (possibly dying in childbirth).

Children:

  1. Richard [1812-1846] who married Emma

He married (2) Elizabeth.

Children: Unknown.

The family lived at Plane Trees Farm, Coley.

He died 15th January 1844.

Members of the family were buried at Coley Church

Sutcliffe, HenryRef 37-S3017
[1786-18??] Of Southowram.

He worked in the worsted industry [1841].

He married Hannah [1786-18??].

Children:

  1. Sarah [b 1816]
  2. Josiah [b 1816]
  3. Elizabeth [b 1821]
  4. Henry
  5. Wright
  6. Thomas [b 1838]

The family lived at

  • New Town, Southowram [1841]
  • 27 Upper Crib Lane, Halifax [1851] by which time Henry and Hannah are not listed

Sutcliffe, HenryRef 37-15
[1788-1???] Son of John Sutcliffe.

Born at the Bay Horse, Cross Stone.

He was a butcher by trade / a butcher [1818] / landlord of the Black Bull at Gauxholme [1818] / landlord at the Masons Arms at Gauxholme [1824]

When his brother John finished with his carrying business, Henry continued with it and then Henry's son Robert took it over.

He married (1) Sally Law.

Children:

  1. Robert
  2. Grace
  3. Henry
  4. John
  5. Susan
  6. William
  7. James

The Manchester Times [Tuesday, May 29, 1849] reported


Lamentable Circumstances On Saturday morning, the wife of Mr Henry Sutcliffe, of Top of the Hill, Walsden, farmer, was found lying in the road, near her own home, in a senseless state. It appears the she had been as far as Shade, and was returning home about eleven o'clock on the previous night, when she was seized with a fit. A young girl had accompanied her within a short distance of the place where she was found. She now lies in a hopeless state, and up to yesterday she had not spoken
 

Henry then had an illegitimate daughter with widow Nancy Howarth: Jane Howarth.

He married (2) Grace.

They had no children.

He retired to Top of Hill farm Walsden, farming 6 acres, and died there

Sutcliffe, HenryRef 37-166
[1795-18??] He served with the 2nd Battalion 84th Foot York & Lancaster Regiment in the Peninsular War

Sutcliffe, HenryRef 37-183
[18??-1???] Halifax brass founder.

In March 1886, filed a patent for

an automatic measuring and recording tap

Sutcliffe, HenryRef 37-S1569
[18??-1???] He was Constable of Northowram [1851]

Sutcliffe, HenryRef 37-262
[18??-19??] He was (possibly) a wool merchant [1909].

He & his family lived at

Sutcliffe, HenryRef 37-S1773
[18??-19??] Cotton manufacturer at Mount Pleasant Mill, Mytholmroyd [1905]

Sutcliffe, Rev HenryRef 37-S3035
[1811-1891] He served at Heptonstall Parish Church [184?]. He moved to Keele, Newcastle, Staffordshire

Sutcliffe, HenryRef 37-S3018
[1822-1???] Son of Henry Sutcliffe.

He was a power loom weaver in the worsted trade [1851].

He married Mary [1827-1???]

Sutcliffe, HenryRef 37-S3624
[1823-1???] Son of Richard Sutcliffe.

In 1857, he went to America with his brothers Thomas, and Alfred. On 6th May 1857, they sailed on the Nonpareil for Philadelphia. The voyage lasted 6 weeks. They stayed for a time in the Philadelphia area, before the 3 brothers, and Thomas's family, moved to southwest Missouri [1860].

A family story, tells how the brothers bought property – timberland – there, but were swindled out of it by unscrupulous speculators. Disillusioned, Alfred and Thomas returned to Pennsylvania, settling in Derry Township, but Henry remained in Missouri.

Sutcliffe, HenryRef 37-101
[1828-1907] Son of Grace & John Sutcliffe, of Southowram.

Born 8th February 1828.

He was a stone quarryman [1852].

On 6th September 1852, he married Elizabeth Holt [1830-1890] in Halifax.


Elizabeth was born in Southowram [14th May 1830], the daughter of Martha & Abraham Holt
 

Children:

  1. William [16th October 1854-30th April 1884] who was a stone quarryman
  2. Emily [b 1863] who married [Halifax 1887] Fred Goodall
  3. Joe [24th July 1868-9th July 1890]

Elizabeth died 5th December 1890.

Henry died 9th June 1907.

Members of the family were buried at St Anne's Church, Southowram [Grave Ref: F-A14]

Sutcliffe, HenryRef 37-S3019
[1852-1918] F.I.INST.

Son of Wright Sutcliffe.

Born in Halifax.

He was a Freemason / a Loyal Georgean / interested in athletics / a member of Halifax Cricket & Football Club / a worsted spinner [1861] / an inventor / a brass finisher [1881] / a sanitary engineer's brass founder [1891] / a partner in Wright Sutcliffe & Son.

In December 1875, he married Sarah Hannah Vickerman in Halifax.


Sarah Hannah was the daughter of James Vickerman
 

Children:

  1. Lucy [b 1879]
  2. Frederick [1880-17th November 1943] who was buried with his parents
  3. Henry Louis [b 1882]
  4. Albert Edward [b 1887]

All 3 sons were listed as travellers [1911]

The family lived at

  • 45 Craven Terrace, Halifax [1881, 1891]
  • Stainleigh, Francis Street, Halifax [1901, 1911]

Henry died 4th April 1918 (aged 66).

Sarah Hannah died 1st December 1923 (aged 71).

Members of the family were buried at Lister Lane Cemetery [Plot Number 520]

Sutcliffe, HenryRef 37-180
[1861-1938] Born in Ripponden.

He was a cotton spinner (worker) [1891] / stocking knitter (machine – own account) [1901] / Registrar of Births & Deaths [1911, 1917].

In [Q3] 1882, he married Honor Ann Heap [1853-1919] in Halifax.


Honor Ann was born in Ripponden
 

Children:

  1. child who died young [before 1911]
  2. child who died young [before 1911]
  3. Herbert
  4. Fred [1892-1959] who was a student at teacher training college [1911], a schoolmaster [1938]

The family lived at

  • Soyland Town, Ripponden [1891]
  • 6 Spring Street, Soyland [1901]
  • 6 Spring Street, Ripponden [1911]
  • Rosemount, Ripponden [1938]

Henry died in the Royal Halifax Infirmary [21st August 1938].

Probate records show that he left effects valued at £2,177 3/8d.

Probate was granted to son Fred and Harry Wadsworth (machine maker) 

Sutcliffe, HenryRef 37-72
[1879-1918] Son of Alfred Sutcliffe.

Born in Todmorden [23rd April 1879].

He was educated at Cross Stone School, Coal Clough School, Burnley, & Manchester University [1897] / a school teacher [1901, 1911] / a science teacher at Coal Clough School / a chemistry student.

During World War I, he enlisted in Burnley [March 1916], and served as a Gunner with the 140th Heavy Battery Royal Garrison Artillery.

He died of influenza at No. 11 Casualty Clearing Station, France [8th November 1918] (aged 39).

He was buried at St.Andre Communal Cemetery, France [Grave Ref I A 74].

He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance, on Coal Clough School Memorial and on University of Manchester War Memorial (Main Quadrangle).

He left effects worth £200 11/4d to his brother William Sutcliffe (architect) 

Sutcliffe, HenryRef 37-26
[1882-19??] Born in Todmorden.

He was branch manager of grocery department [1911].

In 1907, he married Mary Ann, daughter of Richard Holroyd, in Todmorden.

They lived at Castle Cottage, Dobroyd, Todmorden [1911].

Living with them [in 1911] were father-in-law Richard Holroyd and his wife Jane

Sutcliffe, HerbertRef 37-269
[1879-1937] Of Southowram.

In [Q3] 1903, he married Alice Brook [1882-1975] in Halifax.

Children:

  1. Arthur

Herbert died 25th July 1937 (aged 58).

Alice died 11th November 1975 (aged 93).

The couple were buried at St Anne's Church, Southowram [Grave Ref: NR-B21].

Son Arthur was killed in action during World War II, and is remembered on their grave

Sutcliffe, HerbertRef 37-162
[1880-1916] Son of Mrs Mary Jane Sutcliffe of 25 Unity Street, Hebden Bridge.

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

He died 3rd September 1916 (aged 36).

He is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial, France [Grave Ref 6A & 6B]

Sutcliffe, HerbertRef 37-S2965
[1881-1964] Son of Tom Sutcliffe.

Born in Warley.

In 1904, he emigrated to Canada with his brother, Arnold.

In 1908, he went to New Zealand.

In 1909, he met Effie Traves.

In 1909, he went to Canada. In 1911, he moved to British Columbia.

In July 1912, he went to New Zealand. Where he married (1) Effie Traves in April 1913.

In July 1913, he returned to Fruitvale, British Columbia.

Effie died in 17th April 1914.

He and Arnold enlisted during World War I. He served from November 1914, until he was injured in November 1916.

In 1918, he returned to England, went on a cycling tour and moved to Somerset where he met his second wife.

In 1920, He married (2) Rose Hurley.

Children:

  1. Rosemary

Sutcliffe, HerbertRef 37-138
[1887-1917] Son of Henry Sutcliffe.

Born in Soyland.

He was a member of Soyland United Methodist Church & Sunday School / a cotton twiner piecer [1901] / a clerk at cotton spinning mill [1911] / employed by J. W. Wheelwright & Son at Rishworth Mills.

During World War I, he served as a Private / Signaller with the 26th (Tyneside Irish) Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers.

He was killed in action [9th April 1917] (aged 30).

He was buried at Roclincourt Valley Cemetery, France [Grave Ref II A 1].

He is remembered on Ripponden War Memorial. Probate records show that he left effects valued at £213 19/7d.

Administration was granted to his father Henry

Sutcliffe, HerbertRef 37-141
[1887-1917] Son of William Henry Sutcliffe.

Born in Halifax.

Around 1908, he moved to Harrogate.

He was a fancy weaver [1901] / a Scotch draper employed by his father in Halifax [1907] / an insurance agent in Harrogate [1911].

In 1910, he married Euphemia Drennan [1882-19??] in Chorlton, Lancashire.


Euphemia was born in Ayrshire, Scotland
 

Children:

  1. William Henry [b Harrogate 1910]

The family lived at

  • 117 Regent Avenue, Harrogate [1911]
  • 37 Skipton Road, Harrogate

During World War I, he enlisted in Harrogate [August 1916], and served as a Gunner with the 220th Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery.

He went to the Front [24th December 1916].

He was killed in action [6th February 1917].

His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [24th February 1917].

He was buried at Sailly-au-Bois Military Cemetery, France [Grave Ref II A 8]

He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance

Sutcliffe, HerbertRef 37-161
[1889-1918] Son of Lettice & James Thomas Sutcliffe of 15 Lee View Road, Hebden Bridge.

He was a member of Blackshawhead Methodist Chapel & Sunday School / a stover at Lee Mill / a member of the Hollins School of Physical Culture / a Territorial.

During World War I, he was called-up [August 1914], and served as a Lance Bombardier with C Battery the 246th (West Riding) Brigade Royal Field Artillery.

He was killed by a shell fragment which penetrated the dugout whilst he was reading [23rd September 1918] (aged 29).

He was buried at Anzin-St Aubin British Cemetery, France [Grave Ref IV E 17].

He is remembered on Blackshawhead War Memorial, and (possibly) on the Memorial at Hebden Bridge Methodist Church

Sutcliffe, HerbertRef 37-142
[1890-1917]

He married Lillie Violetta.

They lived at 87 Stainland Road, West Vale.

During World War I, he served as a Sapper with the 134th Army Troops Company Royal Engineers.

He died 16th October 1917 (aged 27).

He was buried at Canada Farm Cemetery, Belgium [Grave Ref III D 40].

He is remembered on the Memorial at Clay House, Greetland

Sutcliffe, HerbertRef 37-94
[1891-1917] Son of John Sutcliffe.

Born in Hebden Bridge.

He was a warehouseman (fustian manufacture) with Richard Thomas & Sons [1911].

He was engaged to Miss L. Cockcroft of Salem Mill Yard, Hebden Bridge.

During World War I, he enlisted with other Hebden Bridge lads [September 1914], and he served as a Gunner. with C Battery 91st Brigade Royal Field Artillery.

He trained at Aldershot, Deepcut & Salisbury Plain.

He was killed by a shell [11th March 1917] (aged 25).

His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [24th March 1917].

He was buried at A. I. F. Burial Ground, Flers, France [Grave Ref V D 19].

He is remembered on a memorial in Mount Zion Methodist Church, Mytholmroyd and Scout Road Wesleyan Chapel, Mytholmroyd, and in the book Royd Regeneration

Sutcliffe, HerbertRef 37-S3145
[1894-1978] Yorkshire and England cricketer.

On 30th November 1931, he attended a prize-giving ceremony at the Halifax & District Amateur Cricket Association

Sutcliffe, HerbertRef 37-133
[1895-1918] Of Hebden Bridge.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 20th Battalion Royal Fusiliers.

After 9 months' service, he was discharged with broken health and shattered nerves.

He died in a nursing home in Blackpool [14th September 1918] (aged 23).

He was buried at Heptonstall Slack Baptist Cemetery

He is remembered on the Memorial at Octagonal Methodist Chapel, Heptonstall

Sutcliffe, HerbertRef 37-182
[1899-1918] Son of James Arthur Sutcliffe.

Born in Ripponden / Soyland.

He was a part-time scholar and working on his father's farm [1911].

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 50th Battalion Machine Gun Corps (Infantry).

He was killed in action in France / Flanders [27th May 1918] (aged 19).

He is remembered on the Soissons Memorial, France, and on Ripponden War Memorial

Sutcliffe, Herbert AmblerRef 37-S2976
[1862-1926] Son of Ann Sutcliffe and (possibly) Alfred Ambler.

Born in Ovenden.

He was Secretary of Bolton Brow Working Men's Club.

In 1889, he married (1) Ann, daughter of Manoah Ackroyd, in Sowerby Bridge.

Children:

  1. Albert
  2. Fred
  3. Edgar
  4. Lily
  5. Ambler
  6. Emily
  7. Thomas
  8. Harry

He was Secretary of the Sowerby Bridge Working Men's Club & Institute for 30 years [1917].

In 1920, he married (2) Henrietta Eastwood.

Members of the family were buried at Sowerby Bridge Cemetery. Their granddaughter, Marjorie Sutcliffe, is buried in the same grave.

Sutcliffe, Herbert ErnestRef 37-208
[1881-1916] Stepson of George Edward North.

He was an iron moulder's apprentice [1901] / employed by Wadsworth & Schofield.

In [Q1] 1912, he married Hannah Greenwood.

They lived at 26 Johnson Street, Pellon Lane.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 10th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He was killed in action [4th October 1916].

He was buried at Adanac Military Cemetery, Miraumont, France [Grave Ref I H 8].

He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, and on the Memorial at King Cross Methodist New Connexion Chapel

Sutcliffe, Herbert H.Ref 37-S1708
[18??-19??] Nephew of William Pogson.

On his uncle's retirement, the business passed to Herbert.

He was a member of the Halifax School Board, Halifax Town Council, and the Halifax Board of Guardians

Sutcliffe, HowarthRef 37-278
[1828-1???] Born in Stainland.

He was a wool comber [1871].

Around 1853, he married Elizabeth [1832-1???].


Elizabeth was born in Otley
 

Children:

  1. Sarah [b 1853] who was a wool comber [1871]
  2. Mary Alice [b 1855] who was a wool comber [1871]
  3. (possibly) Benjamin

The family lived at Jagger Green Dean, Stainland [1871]

Sutcliffe, InghamRef 37-S3071
[1844-1907] Of Brighouse.

Son of John Sutcliffe.

He and his brothers worked with their father at Little John Mill, Clifton Common. When his father died, Ingham work for Ramsden, Camm & Company Limited at Leopold Works, Brighouse.

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. son
  2. daughter
  3. daughter

He was buried at Brighouse Cemetery

Sutcliffe, IrvineRef 37-200
[1896-1916] Records of his birth and his CWGC record give his name as Vine Sutcliffe.

He lived at 35 Mount Street, Boothtown.

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 Mons [13th July 1916]

He is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial, France [Grave Ref 6A & 6B], in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, and on the Memorial at Akroydon Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

Sutcliffe, IsaacRef 37-237
[1831-1860] (Possibly) son of Simeon Sutcliffe.

He was a stone mason [1851] / a mason [1860].

He lived at Chapeltown, Halifax.

He committed suicide [24th June 1860].

The Leeds Mercury [Thursday June 28 1860] reported


A mason named Isaac Sutcliffe, residing in Chapeltown, Halifax, committed suicide by cutting his throat with a razor.

The deceased lived with a woman named Hird (not his wife), and on Sunday forenoon sent her out to get a little hot water he wanted to use in shaving.

When she returned, she found he had inflicted the wound, which proved fatal in about an hour.

From evidence given at the inquest it seemed that the deceased had been ill for some days and suffered excruciating pain in his chest.

The jury returned a verdict that he had killed himself in a fit of insanity brought on by illness

 

Members of the family were buried at Lister Lane Cemetery [Plot Number 2985]

Sutcliffe, J. & W.Ref 37-S3213
Landlords of the Rose & Crown, Halifax [1848].

In September 1848, they were fined £1 plus 9/6d costs for having company drinking in their house during divine service on Sunday afternoon

Sutcliffe, J.Ref 37-228
[18??-18??] Dyer at Halifax.

In August 1865, he was declared bankrupt

Sutcliffe, J.Ref 37-234
[18??-19??] Beerhouse keeper at Halifax.


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

 

In January 1875, he went into liquidation

Sutcliffe, Captain J. E.Ref 37-S517
[18??-19??] He lived at Todmorden Hall [1919].

In 19??, he married Unknown.

Children:

  1. son [b 1919]

Sutcliffe, J. RaymondRef 37-S1294
[19??-19??]

He lived at Pyenot House, Lightcliffe.

He married Anne C Norris.

Children:

  1. a daughter [b 1939]
  2. Jane Margaret [b 1941] who married [1961?] Timothy Peter Thompson

Sutcliffe, J. W.Ref 37-S895
[1???-1953] Councillor. He bought Lower Cragg Hall, Cragg Vale from Christopher Rawson.

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. Philip

Sutcliffe, JackRef 37-5
[18??-19??] He owned Central Garage (Halifax) Limited and Cengar Universal Tool Company.

He married Unknown.

They lived at Hipperholme

Sutcliffe, JackRef 37-143
[1913-1942] Son of Sarah Ann & Frank Sutcliffe of Boothtown, Halifax.

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

He died 24th March 1942 (aged 29).

He was buried at the Montrose (Sleepyhillock) Cemetery, Angus, Scotland [7 C Coll Grave 66]

Sutcliffe, JacksonRef 37-S1757
[1850-1917] Son of Hannah & Samuel Sutcliffe of Todmorden.

He was a cotton manufacturer employing 32 people [1881] / a cotton manufacturer [1891] / partner in Sutcliffe & Greenwood [1905] / one of the first Aldermen of the Borough of Todmorden [1896-1899].

In [Q1] 1874, he married (1) Jane Barnes [1847-1892] in Todmorden.


Jane was the daughter of Hannah and Samuel Barnes of Priest Well, Todmorden
 

Children:

  1. Wilfred [1875-1???] who married [Todmorden Q4 1899] Mary Ann Crossley [1875-1???]
  2. Gilbert [1879-1???] who married in [Todmorden Q2 1901] Sarah Sutcliffe [1878-1???]
  3. Arnold [1881-1957] who married in [Warwickshire Q4 1904] Ruth Fletcher [1883-1???]
  4. Jessica Muriel [1888-1964] who married [Todmorden Q1 1918] Harold Dawson

Jane died Q4 1892 (aged 45).

In April 1894, he married Martha in Altrincham, Cheshire.


Martha was the widow of Mr Renwick
 

The family lived at

  • Lineholme, Todmorden [1881]
  • Kitson Wood Road, Todmorden [1891]
  • Lineholme Villas, Todmorden [1899]
  • Park Avenue, Bucklow Cheshire [1901]
  • 350 Burnley Road, Todmorden [1911]

Jackson died in Todmorden [23rd December 1917] (aged 67).

Probate records show that he left effects valued at £11,239 9/9d.

Probate was granted to his sons Wilfred and Arnold Sutcliffe

Sutcliffe, JacksonRef 37-119
[1871-1915]

He married Etta.

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

He died 11th January 1915 (aged 44).

He was buried at Elland Cemetery [C 1541].

He is remembered on Elland War Memorial.

After his death, Etta married Mr Rawnsley. They lived at 13 Brooksbank Street, Elland

Sutcliffe, JamesRef 37-S3503
[1784-1852] Son of John Sutcliffe.

Born at the Bay Horse, Cross Stone.

He was a shoemaker by trade (a James Sutcliffe shoemaker is listed at Salford, Todmorden [1824]) / innkeeper at the Bay Horse, Cross Stone [1820s, 1841, 1845, 1851, 1852].

He married Sally Ogden. He was a widower by 1841.

Children:

  1. John
  2. Samuel [1816-1849]
  3. Mary [1827-1846]
  4. Grace
  5. Mary

The family lived at Lower Cross Stone, Stansfield [1851]. They lived variously at Friths, Knowlwood and Butcherhill (in Walsden), James working as a shoe maker then later took over the Bay Horse at Cross Stone somewhere between 1821 and 1828 and remained there till the end.

Living with James [in 1851] were his son John, John's wife and widow Susan Sutcliffe [aged 65] (annuitant).

After the death of his brother William, William's widow moved to live permanently at the Bay Horse with James.

Members of the family were buried at St Paul's Church, Cross Stone [in the Old Yard]

Sutcliffe, JamesRef 37-281
[18??-1???] Son of Susan [1814-19th September 1863] & Mr Sutcliffe.

He was a cabinet maker [1866, 1885].

He married Margaret.

Children:

  1. Louisa who died 25th February 1862 (aged 14 months) & was buried at Mount Tabor
  2. Walter who died 11th August 1866 (aged 7 months) 
  3. Beatrice Martha who died 28th July 1885 (aged 1 day) 

The children were buried at Lister Lane Cemetery [Plot Number 3155]

Sutcliffe, JamesRef 37-S1715
[18??-1???] Wholesale and retail joiner and cabinet maker. In 1872, he acquired an earlier business in Dungeon Street, Halifax. In 1875, he moved to a showroom at 43 Stannary Street and the workshop at 44 Greenwood Street, Halifax. He was involved in local social, philanthropic and religious life. He was a steward at Pellon Lane Primitive Methodist Chapel

Sutcliffe, JamesRef 37-S1739
[18??-1???] Partner in James Sutcliffe & Sons

Sutcliffe, JamesRef 37-20
[18??-18??] A manufacturer at Industrial Street, Todmorden.

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. Sarah Ann [1853-1900] who married Sugden Sutcliffe
  2. James William

Sutcliffe, JamesRef 37-284
[18??-18??]

In 1877, he married Harriet Greenwood.


  • Harriet was born in Huddersfield, the daughter of Ingham Greenwood
  •  

    Children:

    1. Willie
    2. Nellie  B. [b 1883]

    The family lived at 31 Whitegate Road, Siddal [1902]

    James died between 1877 & 1881.

    On 16th March 1902, Harriet married (2) Henry Priestley.

    Sutcliffe, JamesRef 37-S2707
    [1810-1864] Son of Judith (née Stansfield) [1779-1843] and Robert Sutcliffe [1761-1832].

    Woolstapler of Newlands, Warley.

    He wrote poems for the local newspapers

    In 1845, he had a warehouse in Cheapside, Halifax.

    He fathered 7 illegitimate children by 3 different mothers.

    In 1831, he married Susan Birtwhistle [1810-1874].

    Children:

    1. Edwin [1830-1869] who was a wool sorter and born before his parents' marriage

    James maintained a mistress, Martha Cordingley, to whom he left the furniture and all household effects in the house at Heworth, near York. Martha lived there with James's 4 illegitimate children: Fred [1846-1875], Thomas [1854-1???], Henry, and Emma

    He had another liaison with Martha Collins of Blackpool, the mother of 2 more of James's illegitimate children: William and Fanny

    His will provided for his several offspring together with charity bequests for the Halifax Ragged School, the Halifax Infirmary, Albion Street School, Halifax, and the Halifax Auxiliary of the British and Foreign Bible Society.

    James was buried in the unconsecrated area of Halifax General Cemetery. His son, Edwin, was also buried in the unconsecrated area of the Cemetery. His son, Fred, was buried next to his father in the Cemetery

    Sutcliffe, JamesRef 37-114
    [1824-1889] Born in Warley.

    He was a woollen manufacturer employing 39 hands [1871].

    On 23rd April 1851, he married Mary Ann Atkinson at Halifax Parish Church.


    Mary Ann was the daughter of
    John Atkinson
     

    Children:

    1. Thomas Albert [1857-1867]
    2. William Arthur
    3. Sarah Ellen [b 1861]

    The family lived at

    • Quarry Hill, Sowerby [1871]
    • Ryburn Villas, Sowerby Bridge [1889, 1897]

    James died at Ryburn Villas [9th June 1889].

    Probate records show that he left a personal estate valued at £1,538.

    The will was proved by his widow Mary Ann & and son William Arthur.

    Mary Ann died at Ryburn Villas [24th November 1897].

    Probate records show that she left effects valued at £157 15/7d.

    Administration was granted to son William Arthur

    Sutcliffe, JamesRef 37-30
    [1827-1896] Born in Soyland.

    He was a cotton spinner [1861] / a cotton spinner employing 25 men, 22 women, 27 boys, 7 girls [1871] / a cotton spinner & doubler master. employs 90 men women & children [1881] / a cotton spinner [1891].

    He married Mary Holroyd [1832-1917].


    Mary was born in Barkisland
     

    Children:

    1. Benjamin
    2. Joseph [1857-1858]
    3. Thomas
    4. Henry [1863-1886]
    5. Samuel [1867-1869]
    6. James [1869-1923] who was a worsted overlooker [1896]
    7. Ruth Ellen [1871-1901] who married James Sutcliffe

    The family lived at

    • West Vale [1861]
    • Lambert Street, West Vale [1871]
    • Willow Terrace, Greetland [1881, 1891]

    He died in Menston, Yorkshire.

    Probate records show that he left effects valued at £894 19/2d. Probate was granted to his sons Benjamin, Thomas and James [1869-1923].

    Members of the family were buried at St Thomas's Church, Greetland.

    Joseph & Samuel were buried at Ebenezer Methodist New Connexion Chapel, Soyland

    Sutcliffe, JamesRef 37-223
    [1841-1879] Son of Mr Sutcliffe.

    He was a roller-coverer.

    He married Emma

    Children:

    1. Emma Jane [1875-1877] who died aged 1 year & 10 months

    The family lived at Handel Street, Halifax.

    He had been in a low state of mind, owing to family matters, and had tried to poison himself.

    On 30th December 1879, he attempted to murder his wife and then cut his own throat. He told his wife that he should like them both to die together. He struck her on the back of the neck and on the face with a poker. She ran into the street, locking him inside the house, and the police were called. Detectives Newburn and Harland broke in and found Sutcliffe in the coal cellar with a large gash in his throat and a carving knife in his hand.

    James died.

    His wife was expected to recover.

    Members of the family were buried at Lister Lane Cemetery [Plot Number 946]

    Sutcliffe, JamesRef 37-S3487
    [1843-1915] Born in Heptonstall.

    He was a soap maker [1871] / a beerseller [1874] / publican of the Thorn Tree Inn, Gibbet Lane [1878, 1881] / a brewer's drayman [1891] / hotel keeper at the Royal Hotel, Sowerby Bridge [1893, 1901] / landlord of the Anchor, Brighouse [1902, 1915].

    He married Hannah / Betty [1845-1910] from Norland. It is not clear whether James married twice, or whether Betty is a pet name for Hannah.

    Children:

    1. Mary Jane [b 1869] who was a grocer [1891], a hotel manager [1901], assisting at the pub [1911]
    2. Sarah Hannah [1872-1895] who was a cotton reeler [1891]
    3. Emma [1874-1895] who was a cotton reeler [1891]
    4. Ada [bapt 1878] who was a worsted spinner [1891], a hotel assistant [1901]
    5. Clara [b 1882] who was a hotel assistant [1901]
    6. Beatrice [1888-1893]
    7. Florence Dorothy [b 1889] who was assisting at the pub [1911] & married Walter Robinson

    The family lived at

    • 5 Crib Lane, Halifax [1871]
    • Haley Green Road [1874]
    • 24 Haley Hill, Northowram [1891]

    Living with them [in 1881] were boarders James Heap [aged 53] (barman) from Warley James Whitehead [aged 24] (pianist) from Halifax.

    In 1915, the publican at the Anchor, Brighouse is listed as Mallion Sutcliffe. Could this be Mary Jane Sutcliffe taking over after her father's death?

    In 1915, her sister, Florence Dorothy married Walter Robinson, who then took over at the Anchor.

    James died after a long & painful illness [9th May 1915] (aged 72).

    James, Hannah & some of their children were buried at All Souls' Church, Halifax

    Sutcliffe, JamesRef 37-189
    [1853-1???] Son of Thomas Sutcliffe.

    Born in Halifax.

    He was an iron & tin plate worker [1871] / a tin plate worker [1881, 1891] / a tin smith [1901].

    In 1876, he married Margaret O'Neil [1851-1???] in Halifax.


    Margaret was born in Queen's County, Ireland
     

    Children:

    1. Thomas [b 1878] who was a bobbin maker [1891], a brickyard labourer [1901]
    2. William
    3. John [b 1880]
    4. Sarah [b 1887]

    The family lived at

    • 2 Briars Court, Halifax [1881]
    • Lodging House, 6 Smithy Street, Halifax [with 22 other lodgers 1891]
    • 13 Nelson Street, Halifax [1901]

    Living with them [in 1881] was sister-in-law Jane O'Neill [b  1858] (carpet works fitter).

    In 1891, son Thomas was living with grandparents Sarah & Thomas Sutcliffe

    Sutcliffe, JamesRef 37-108
    [1857-19??] Born in Mytholmroyd.

    He was a railway flagman [1880, 1901] / a flagman-ballast train [1911].

    On 1st May 1880, he married Emma Greenwood [1862-19??] in Halifax.


    Emma was born in Soyland
     

    Children:

    1. Ellen [b 1881] who was a cotton twiner [1901]
    2. Annie [b 1882]
    3. Charles / Charlie [b 1886] who was a woollen finisher [1901], with the Royal Garrison Artillery [World War I]
    4. Evelyn [b 1888] who was a woollen spinner [1901], a woollen blanket weaver [1911]
    5. Harry [b 1892]
    6. Leonard

    The children were born in Sowerby.

    The family lived at 2 Lilly Street, West Street, Sowerby [1891, 1901, 1916]

    Sutcliffe, JamesRef 37-265
    [1880-1953] Born in Warley.

    He was a stone merchant [1911].

    In [Q3] 1902, he married Vesta Mary Marsland in Halifax.


    Vesta Mary was the daughter of
    Edwin Marsland
     

    Children:

    1. Jessie Millicent [b 1906]

    Vesta Mary died 24th November 1936 (aged 59).

    James died 11th March 1953 (aged 73).

    The couple were buried at Mount Tabor Wesleyan Methodist Chapel with Vesta Mary's parents

    Sutcliffe, James ArthurRef 37-212
    [1868-1933] Born in Soyland.

    He was a farmer [1911].

    On 31st May 1897, he married Elizabeth Smith [1863-1949] at Elland Parish Church.


    Elizabeth was the daughter of
    Jubal Smith
     

    Children:

    1. Archer [1894-1949]
    2. Willie
    3. Herbert
    4. Edith Alice [1901-1981] who married William Ellison Hoyle
    5. Frederick Arthur [1903-1962]
    6. Blanche Mary [1908-1992]

    The family lived at

    • Water Green Farm, Ripponden [1911]
    • Flat Head Soyland [1919]
    • 33 Hollins Lane, Sowerby Bridge

    James Arthur died 9th July 1933 (aged 64).

    Elizabeth died 31st May 1949 (aged 86).

    Members of the family were buried at St Mary's Church, Cottonstones

    Sutcliffe, James FrederickRef 37-290
    [1901-1974]

    On 28th August 1930, he married Doris Southwell at Mount Zion Primitive Methodist Chapel, Norland.


    Doris was the daughter of Bates Broadbent Southwell
     

    Sutcliffe, James HenryRef 37-233
    [1???-19??] JP.

    He was Mayor of Todmorden [1926-1927]

    Sutcliffe, James HenryRef 37-S430
    [18??-19??] Partner in the architects Sutcliffe & Sutcliffe

    Sutcliffe, James HenryRef 37-144
    [1891-1917] Son of Edward Sutcliffe.

    Born in Halifax.

    He was a woollen weaver [1911] / employed by Smith & Wood, Parkwood Mills / a member of Salendine Nook Baptist Church.

    He lived at Jagger Green.

    He had a sweetheart, Miss E. Sykes of West Street, Lindley.

    During World War I, he served as a Lance Corporal with the 21st Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own) Machine Gun Section.

    He was killed in action at Ypres [4th October 1917] (aged 26).

    His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [27th October 1917].

    He was buried at Bard Cottage Cemetery, Belgium. [Grave Ref V A 39].

    He is remembered on the Memorial at Saint Andrew's Church, Stainland, and on the Memorial at Jagger Green Baptist Sunday School, Holywell Green

    Sutcliffe, James PearsonRef 37-S2324
    [1806-1875] Son of John Sutcliffe.

    Hebden Bridge attorney.

    In 1845, he was listed as Clerk to the Trustees of the Mytholmroyd & Blackstone Edge Turnpike. He was one of a number of attorneys who were

    commissioned for taking acknowledgements of deeds executed by married women

    In 1861, he was listed as a stamp distributor at Hebden Bridge.

    He never married.

    He lived at Machpelah House, Hebden Bridge [1861].

    He died 4th April 1875.

    Probate records show that he left effects valued at under £40,000.

    The will was proved by his nephews John Thomas & James.

    See J. & J. Calvert, Benjamin Murgatroyd and John Riley

    Sutcliffe, James ThomasRef 37-125
    Aka James Sutcliffe-Thomas

    Sutcliffe, James ThomasRef 37-163
    [1896-1917] Son of Isabella & William Sutcliffe of 21 Lees Road, Hebden Bridge.

    During World War I, he served as a Private with the 20th (Tyneside Scottish) Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers.

    He died 9th April 1917 (aged 21).

    He was buried at Hervin Farm British Cemetery, St Laurent-Blangy, France [Grave Ref C 14]

    Sutcliffe, James WadeRef 37-S3495
    [1874-1962] Born in Halifax.

    He was a partner in James Wade Sutcliffe, Sutcliffe Company [1921, 1929].

    He married Miriam, daughter of William Hodgson.

    He died in Ilkley

    Sutcliffe, James WilliamRef 37-S1760
    [18??-19??] Son of James Sutcliffe.

    Partner in S. & J. W. Sutcliffe [1905]

    Sutcliffe, JeremiahRef 37-195
    [1807-18??] Son of William Sutcliffe.

    Born in Soyland [23rd October 1807].

    On 27th December 1828, he married Hannah Whiteley at Elland Parish Church.

    Children:

    1. Elizabeth [b 1829]
    2. William
    3. Allen [b 1832]
    4. Ely [b 1834]
    5. Susey [b 1836]
    6. Hannah [b 1840]
    7. John [b 1842]
    8. Mary [b 1844]
    9. James [b 1846]
    10. Lovenia [b 1848]
    11. Whiteley [b 1849]
    12. Jeremiah [b 1850]

    The family (possibly) lived at Upper Holhead, Soyland

    Sutcliffe, Jeremiah JosephRef 37-7
    [1822-1???] Son of William Sutcliffe.

    Born in Soyland.

    He was a journeyman carpenter [1851] / a journeyman joiner [1861] / a joiner [1880].

    On 8th November 1846, he married Leah Tattersall at Elland Parish Church.


    Leah was born in Barkisland
     

    Children:

    1. William [bapt 11th September 1847]
    2. Joseph [bapt 11th August 1852]
    3. Tamar [bapt 27th August 1854] who married Joseph Crowther Greenwood
    4. Leah [bapt 30th August 1857]
    5. John [b 1858]

    The children were baptised at St Bartholomew's Church, Ripponden.

    The family lived at Lady Well Farm, Soyland

    Sutcliffe, JobRef 37-S3375
    [1770-1840] He was landlord of the King's Head, Sowerby [1822, 1834, 1840].

    On 14th June 1795, he married Mary Kershaw [1759-1839] in Halifax.

    Children:

    1. Mary [1798-1834] who married Thomas Wood
    2. John
    3. Charles [1800-1806]
    4. Ann
    5. William

    He died at The King's Head.

    Members of the family were buried at St Peter's Church, Sowerby: son Charles [4th February 1806]; Mary [29th November 1839]; Job [3rd April 1840]

    Sutcliffe, JobRef 37-250
    [1843-19??] Son of John Sutcliffe, mason.

    He was a travelling draper in Sowerby Bridge / a member of Harrison Road Congregational Church, Halifax / proprietor of a drapery business in Stannary, Halifax / a cloth finisher of Sowerby [1866] / in the cotton trade at Mill Bank / a member of Mill Bank Wesleyan Methodist Chapel / a member of Sowerby District Council.

    On 2nd June 1866, he married Sarah Ann Bates [1844-1???] at Halifax Parish Church.


    Sarah Ann, of Sowerby, was the daughter of James Bates, warehouseman
     

    They had no children.

    They lived at

    • Sowerby Bridge
    • Halifax
    • Blackpool

    Sutcliffe, JoeRef 37-184
    [1885-1918] Born in Ripponden.

    During World War I, he served as a Private with the 15th/17th Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own).

    He was killed in action in France / Flanders [27th March 1918].

    He is remembered on the Arras Memorial, France [Grave Ref 4], and on Ripponden War Memorial

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S1194
    [1???-16??] Of Northowram.

    In 1626, he was required to pay composition

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S1872
    [1???-18??] Cotton spinner at Clough Mill, Hebden Bridge [1833]

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-87
    [1???-194?] During World War II, he served with the Royal Air Force.

    He died in the conflict.

    He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S1034
    [15??-1582] Of Mayroyd House, Hebden Bridge.

    Son of Robert de Southclyff.

    He married Margaret Holdsworth.

    Children:

    1. Matthew
    2. Adam
    3. Solomon
    4. Luke
    5. John

    He went to live at Grimsby

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S2508
    [15??-16??] Yeoman of Eastwood Lee, Stansfield.

    On 21st January 1623/4, he bequeathed 40/- each to the curates of Heptonstall Church and Cross Stone Church and 40/-

    towardes the reparacon of Croston Chapel

    and £10 to the poor of Stansfield and £5 to the poor of Langfield

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S1015
    [17??-17??] Coiner of Lighthazles.

    James Broadbent gave evidence against him and led William Deighton to Sutcliffe's home where he was arrested and sent to York Assizes. He was imprisoned at York Castle [30th August 1769]

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S2214
    [17??-17??] Churchwarden at Midgley [1748, 1750]

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-24
    [17??-18??] Coalminer of Northowram.

    On 3rd June 1799, he married Susannah Cockroft at Halifax Parish Church.


    Susannah came from Ovenden
     

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-33
    [17??-18??] Son of Eli Sutcliffe.

    He had a woollen business in Stainland.

    He married Unknown.

    Children:

    1. Eli

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S1401
    [17??-18??] Shopkeeper of Stansfield.

    In 1783, William Field was executed for stealing from his shop

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S1865
    [17??-18??] Cotton manufacturer at Guteroyd Mill, Todmorden [180?]

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S1867
    [17??-18??] Cotton spinner. Around 1805, he built Winters Mill, Stansfield. In 1819, he sold the mill to Rawdon Briggs

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S2662
    [17??-18??] Of Lower Willow Hall, Sowerby Bridge.

    He married Hannah [1780-1840].

    He was dead by 1840

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S643
    [17??-18??] In 1790, he bought Ovenden Hall

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-28
    [17??-1808] Of Stansfield Hall, Todmorden.

    He died May 1808

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S1684
    [17??-1816] A stuff maker. He became the first Pastor at Millwood Particular Baptist Church, Stansfield [1808?]. He held the post until his death

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S3379
    [17??-1818] JP.

    He was a worsted manufacturer.

    He married Esther Crossley [1794-1863].

    Children:

    1. John Crossley

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S632
    [1719-1772] He lived at Hoo Hole, Cragg Vale.

    He owned Bell House which he rented to William Hartley.

    He married (1) Ellen [1701-1765].

    He married again.

    There is a brass place in memory of John and Ellen in Heptonstall Church

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-11
    [1744-1792] Known as Butch.

    Born in Barnoldswick.

    He came over to Cross Stone.

    He was a butcher by trade / landlord of the Bay Horse, Cross Stone [1772]. He married Grace Barker.

    Children:

    1. John
    2. Mary
    3. Grace
    4. Grace
    5. Sally
    6. William
    7. James
    8. Thomas
    9. Henry
    10. Robert

    6 of the children became licensees.

    After his death, Grace took over at the Bay Horse until 1792.

    In 1799, she married James Haigh

    Sutcliffe, Rev JohnRef 37-S636
    [1749-1799] He was ordained by Daniel Taylor [1783]. He succeeded Taylor as Minister at Birchcliffe Chapel [1783-1799].

    On 5th September 1787, he married Ann Pilling.

    Children:

    1. child
    2. child
    3. child
    4. child
    5. child
    6. child
    7. child
    8. child
    9. child
    10. child

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-12
    [1773-1827] Son of John Sutcliffe.

    Born at the Bay Horse, Cross Stone.

    He married Mary Haigh of Walsden.

    Children:

    1. John
    2. Samuel
    3. Sally
    4. John
    5. Thomas
    6. Thomas
    7. Grace

    He was a successful carrier by water, and built a large storage warehouse at Shade, Todmorden, with stables and housing, occupying all the land from the road to the canal tow path at Shade Mill. He built Sutcliffe Buildings, Todmorden.

    By 1824, he was also a successful carrier by land.

    When John finished with his carrying business, his brother Henry continued with it, and then Henry's son Robert took it over

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-206
    [1774-18??] Born in Halifax.

    He was a retired spirit merchant [1851].

    He married Unknown.

    Children:

    1. Joseph [b 1804] who was a rectifier & spirit merchant [1851]
    2. Jonas Moore [1808-1872] who was a rectifier & spirit merchant [1851]

    The family lived at 9 Silver Street, Halifax [1851].

    He was widowed by 1851

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S3023
    [1776-18??] Of Heptonstall.

    He married Unknown.

    Children:

    1. George

    The family lived at Stoneshey Gate, Heptonstall [1841]

    He was dead by 1851

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-48
    [1777-1833] Of Willow Hall.

    He died 9th October 1833 (aged 56) 

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S447
    [1780-1847] Attorney. He was articled to James Wigglesworth. In 1790, he opened an office at Mytholm, Hebden Bridge which was the only solicitor's office between Halifax and Rochdale. He also practised at the Old Cock Inn, Halifax, and had offices at Waterhouse Street, Halifax, and Machpelah, Hebden Bridge.

    In 1812, he built Southfield, Hebden Bridge.

    In 1845, he was listed as Clerk to the Trustees of the Todmorden Turnpike, a stamp distributor, and commissioner for taking affidavits in the county palatine of Lancaster

    His business was carried on by his sons William Henry and John Thomas.

    On 22nd June 1806, he married Elizabeth Pearson [1783-1855] at Halifax Parish Church.

    Children:

    1. James Pearson
    2. Elizabeth [1807-1874] who never married
    3. William
    4. Mary [1812-1870] who never married
    5. Martha Ann [1817-1879] who never married
    Probate records show that he left an estate valued at £7,000

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S1430
    [1788?-1868] Born at Knowle End Farm, Todmorden.

    At the age of 17, he enlisted in the army, and was engaged in all the battles of the Peninsula. He was decorated for his services. He was invalided in hospital, and this prevented him from taking part at the Battle of Waterloo. He was discharged in 1818, but recalled for a short time during the threatened Radical riots of 1820.

    In 1828, he joined the Glasgow police force.

    In 1840 he was appointed keeper of the powder magazine. He held the post until his death on 27th December 1868.

    His wife had died 2 weeks earlier

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-22
    [1789-1847] Son of William Sutcliffe.

    He was known as Blind John, having been blind since an attack of smallpox when he was a little boy. His sister Betty obtained a place for him at a school for the blind in Liverpool where he learnt the art of basket making amongst other things. Betty used to visit him there, a long and expensive journey for her. She walked the greater part and travelled by carriage for the remainder.

    He became a grocer and basket maker at Knowlwood / a local preacher and class leader in the Wesleyan Methodist Society [for more than 25 years].

    In 1824, he married Hannah, daughter of John Walton.

    When he lived at Knowlwood in Walsden, he and would visit his sister Betty and her husband Thomas Law at Height Top. It was always a mystery how he found his way there by the rough and steep roads.

    John Travis describes Height Top Farm as

    quite outside the pale of civilisation, being mainly used as a sheep farm

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-241
    [1790-18??] Son of Robert Sutcliffe.

    Born in Greetland.

    Baptised at Elland Parish Church [25th December 1790].

    He was a husbandmen at Hipperholme [1811] / a farmer [1814] / a smallholder / a cotton twister [1822, 1826] / a weaver.

    On 17th November 1811, he married (1) Ann (Nanny) Holdsworth [1786-18??] in Halifax


    Nanny was born in Shelf & baptised at Coley Church [23rd April 1786], the daughter of William Holdsworth, innkeeper at Shelf
     

    Children:

    1. Robert
    2. Harriett
    3. Eli
    4. Hannah [1817-1823] who was buried at Elland Parish Church [13th April 1823]
    5. Mary Ann [1820-1858] who married Thomas Wilkinson
    6. John [1822-1823] who was buried at Elland Parish Church [10th September 1823]
    7. Anna Maria [b Huddersfield 1826] who died in the US

    The family lived at Brighouse [1812].

    The family emigrated to the US on the Roscoe, arriving in New York [3rd August 1841].

    John took US nationality (naturalised) in Passaic County, NJ [26th January 1846].

    Nanny was dead by 1850.

    On 17th February 1850, he married (2) Elizabeth Gibson [1799-18??] at the Second Reformed Church, Paterson, Passaic, NJ.

    They lived at Manchester, Passaic, NJ [1850].

    John died at Manchester, Passaic, NJ [after 1850]

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S3639
    [1792-1861] He was a cotton manufacturer at Harley House Mill, Blind Lane, Todmorden [which he bought about 1845].

    He traded as William & John Sutcliffe and John Sutcliffe & Sons.

    He married Sally Crabtree.

    Children:

    1. William
    2. Thomas
    3. Charles
    4. John
    5. Frederick

    The family lived at Harley House, Todmorden [where he died 24th May 1861]

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-259
    [1794-1864] Of Southowram.

    He was a delver [1841] / a stone delver [1851].

    He married Grace [1796-18??].

    Children:

    1. Joe [b 1826]
    2. Aked [b 1826]
    3. Henry [b 1829] who was a stone delver [1851]
    4. Hannah [b 1831]
    5. Sarah [1835-12th September 1918] who married Charles Thornton [1833-1882]

    The family lived at

    • Milking Hill, Southowram [1851]
    • High Field, Southowram [John & Hannah were living with Charles Thornton 1861]

    Living with them [in 1851] were grandson Sutcliffe Denham [b 1846]. & widowed mother-in-law [?] Mary Wadsworth [b 1786] (housekeeper).

    Grace died between 1841 & 1851.

    John died 9th January 1864 (aged 70).

    Members of the family were buried at St Anne's Church, Southowram [Grave Ref: F-N6]

    Members of the family are buried/remembered at St Anne's Church, Southowram [Grave Ref: F-S2]

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S3376
    [1799-1853] Son of Job Sutcliffe.

    He was landlord of the Briton, Sowerby [1841]. He took over from his father as landlord of the King's Head, Sowerby [1840, 1853].

    In 1851, his siblings Ann and William were living with him before becoming licensees of The King's Head, Sowerby [1861, 1871].

    He never married.

    He died at The King's Head.

    He was buried at St Peter's Church, Sowerby [24th June 1853]

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-25
    [18??-1???] He had a business in Todmorden [late 19th century].

    He married Jane Ann.

    Children:

    1. Jackson
    2. child
    3. child
    4. child
    5. child
    6. child
    7. child
    8. child
    9. child
    10. child
    11. child
    12. child
    13. child

    The family lived at Ridgefoot House, Todmorden

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S1557
    [18??-1???] Partner in John Sutcliffe & Son

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S3348
    [18??-1???] In 1887, he gave land to the Heptonstall Slack Baptist Church for the construction of Heptonstall Slack Baptist Cemetery

    He lived at Slack House, Heptonstall [1887]

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S869
    [18??-1???] Local architect who designed the Dale Street store for the Todmorden Co-operative Society which opened in 1889.

    He married Susannah Greenwood

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-227
    [18??-18??] Carrier's agent at Rastrick.

    In May 1844, he was declared insolvent

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S3070
    [18??-18??] Bobbin turner at Little John Mill, Clifton Common.

    He married Unknown.

    Children:

    1. R.
    2. Walter
    3. Ingham

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S3230
    [18??-18??] He was a member of the Halifax Board of Guardians [1869]

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-283
    [18??-19??] He owned the Junction, Bradshaw from 1891 until 16th October 1925 when it was acquired by Eleanor Halstead.

    He was landlord there [1891-1908].

    He married Unknown.

    Children:

    1. Frances who married [Halifax Q1 1893] Ackroyd Barker

    John's daughter Frances took over at the Junction [1908]

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S1257
    [18??-19??] He lived at Slack House, Heptonstall.

    He married Unknown.

    Children:

    1. Thomas
    2. Mary Ann [1854-1925] who married John Watkinson

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S2271
    [18??-19??] Partner in John Sutcliffe & Sons.

    He lived at 3 Woodlesford, Pellon [1905]

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S2629
    [18??-19??] Presented Mount Tabor Recreation Ground to Halifax Corporation

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S3620
    [1811-1885] Son of Richard Sutcliffe.

    He was a weaver [1831] / a coal merchant at St John's Lane, Halifax [1878]

    In 1831, he married Mary Stansfield [1814-1878].

    Children:

    1. Sarah Ann [b 1833]
    2. Richard [b 1836]

    The family lived at Base House, Wadsworth [1841].

    The couple were buried at Birchcliffe Baptist Church, Hebden Bridge

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S3504
    [1812-1854] Son of James Sutcliffe.

    He was a labourer [1846] / a farmer of 10 acres [1851].

    In 1846, he married Nancy Ann Sunderland [1820-1???] at Cross Stone Church.


    Nancy Ann was a weaver of Cumberland Gate, Stansfield, and the daughter of labourer Joseph Sunderland
     

    The family lived at Lower Crosstone, Stansfield, Todmorden [with John's father James 1851].

    He was buried at St Paul's Church, Cross Stone.

    By 1861, the widowed Nancy Ann had succeeded her father-in-law James as innkeeper at the Bay Horse, Cross Stone.

    Living with her [in 1861] was niece Mary Crabtree [aged 8].

    In 1865, Nancy Ann married (2) Thomas Dugdale.

    Nancy Ann Dugdale died in Worcester [1880]. She was buried at St Paul's Church, Cross Stone

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S3585
    [1815-18??] Son of mason David Sutcliffe.

    He was a wool comber of Soyland [1838] / a weaver [1841] / a wool comber [1851] / a woollen weaver [1861].

    In 1838, he married Hannah Radcliffe [1818-1???] at Elland Parish Church.


    Hannah, of Soyland, was the daughter of weaver Uriah Radcliffe.

    She was a wool comber [1851]

     

    Children:

    1. Robert [b 1839] who was a wool comber [1851]
    2. David [b 1842] who was a wool comber [1851]
    3. Elizabeth [b 1843] who was a card room hand cotton [1861]
    4. Sarah [b 1845] who was a card room hand cotton [1861]
    5. Joshua
    6. John [b 1849] who was a cotton twister piecer [1861]
    7. Hannah [b 1851] who was a card room hand cotton [1861]
    8. Abraham [b 1857]
    9. Emma [b 1858]
    10. Whiteley [b 1860]

    The family lived at

    • Upper Holehead, Soyland [1841]
    • Moret Hall, Soyland [1851]
    • Causeway Street, Soyland [1861]

    Living with them [in 1841] were Joshua Radcliffe [aged 30] (weaver), Thomas Radcliffe [aged 20] (weaver), Salley Radcliffe [aged 15], and Juda Radcliffe [aged 15]

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-198
    [1821-1???] Son of Delia (née Wilkinson) & William Sutcliffe [1780-18??].

    He married Jane Brook [1825-1???].

    Children:

    1. William

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-254
    [1824-18??] Son of William Sutcliffe.

    Born in Soyland.

    He was a farmer of 10 acres [1871].

    On 2nd January 1869, he married Mary Habergham.


    Mary was the daughter of
    Nehemiah Habergham.

    Mary had 2 illegitimate daughters: Sarah & Harriet [b 1849]. Harriet married Richard Gaukrodger

     

    The family lived at

    Mary was a widow by 1891.

    Mary died 21st October 1898 (aged 81) 

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S264
    [1825-1885] Son of John Sutcliffe.

    He married Sarah, daughter of Thomas Eastwood.

    They had no children.

    They lived at East View, Todmorden.

    An obituary read


    John Sutcliffe of East-View was born at East-Lee, near Todmorden, 30th March 1825. He was the youngest son of John and Sally Sutcliffe the former of whom died in 1861, and when a boy, was sent to school at Cross-stone where he received a sound education which fitted him, when of sufficient age, for taking part in the business of a cotton spinner and manufacturer at Harley House Mills, in which his father and brother engaged – we believe at the same time – at the old cotton mill, Gauxholme, at Eastwood and at Harley House, Todmorden. For some time before his death he had been the sole surviving partner of the highly respected firm of W. & J. Sutcliffe
     

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S1676
    [1829-1902] Son of Jonas Sutcliffe.

    Born 3rd January 1829.

    He was a woolsorter and dealer. He had a warehouse in Dispensary Walk, Halifax. His son Tom worked at the warehouse until 1898.

    John supported Warley Cricket Club. He was connected with the Warley Cemetery Board.

    On 29th December 1853, he married Susannah Greenwood at Harrison Road Chapel.

    Children:

    1. Tom
    2. Ann [1857-1929] who was the second wife of Brooke Rowley
    3. Ruth [1860] who died aged 3 months
    4. Alice [1861-1940] who never married
    5. Sam
    6. Mary [1864-1865] who died in infancy
    7. Emily [1866-1918] who married Pliny Summerskill
    8. John [1869-1923] who died unmarried in Johannesburg, South Africa
    9. Ellen [1871-1883]
    10. Clara [1873-1874] who died aged 11 months

    The family lived at

    He died 3rd February 1902

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-216
    [1830-1???] Born in Halifax.

    He was a pavior [1871].

    Around 1853, he married Elizabeth [1829-1???].


    Elizabeth was born in Halifax
     

    Children:

    1. Thomas
    2. James [b 1861] who was working in factory [1871]
    3. Ruth [b 1861] who was working in factory [1871]
    4. Robert [b 1863]
    5. Richard 6 [b 1865]

    The family lived at 4 Burlington Street, Halifax [1871]

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-31
    [1837-1???] Son of Eli Sutcliffe.

    Born in Stainland [29th July 1837].

    In 1840, the family moved to Poughkeepsie, New York.

    He was educated in Poughkeepsie, and at the Dutchess County Academy / a clerk in the family grocery store / assistant manager at the Peeksville Blast Furnace [1861] / a Republican / a police commissioner / an Oddfellow / a Freemason

    He became an influential figure in Poughkeepsie, a well-known engineer, and was involved in the iron and slate industries in the USA and other parts of the world.

    On 26th July 1876, he married Sarah E. Swart.


    Sarah's father was William Beekman Swart and the family were old settlers in New York State. Her grandfather, Major Thomas Swart, served in the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812
     

    Children:

    1. Paul
    2. Allen
    3. John W.

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S1256
    [1845-1916] He lived at Hazelwood, Hebden Bridge.

    He married Unknown.

    Children: sons including

    1. Arthur

    He died in Harrogate and was buried at Heptonstall Church

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-60
    [1849-1893] Of Midgley.

    He was a worsted weaver.

    He married Emma Crabtree [1848-1894].

    Children:

    1. John

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-113
    [1850-1923] Born in Erringden.

    He was a farmer [1869].

    On 17th July 1869, he married Emma Crowther [1850-1920].


    Emma was born in Sowerby
     

    Children:

    1. Albert

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-218
    [1852-1???] Born in Ovenden.

    He was a stone mason [1891].

    He married Margaret [1855-19??].


    Margaret was born in Ovenden / Illingworth
     

    Children:

    1. Sam [b 1875] who was a worsted mill hand [1891]
    2. Sarah E. [b 1879] who was a worsted spinner [1891]
    3. John Farrar
    4. Martha Ann [b 1883] who was a worsted factory spinner [1891], a worsted twister [1911]
    5. Emma [b 1885] who was a worsted factory spinner [1891], a worsted warper [1911]
    6. Edith [b 1887] who was a worsted factory spinner [1891], a worsted operator tampler? [1911]

    The family lived at

    • Hanover Street, Halifax [1881]
    • 2 Needle Row, Bradshaw [1891, 1911]

    John was dead by 1901

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-S3430
    [1852-1892] Born in Southowram.

    He was a delver / a stone quarryman [1881] / a flag facer [1891].

    On 4th November 1872, he married Esther Mallinson at St Anne's Church, Southowram.


    Esther was the daughter of
    Hugh Mallinson
     

    Children:

    1. Maurice [b 1873] who was a flag facer [1891]
    2. James H. [b 1875] who was a farm labourer [1891]
    3. Esther [13th January 1877-13th September 1877]

    Esther died shortly after giving birth to their daughter Esther [31st Jan 1877].

    The family were living with Esther's family at Ivy House Farm [1881, 1891].

    John died on the 20th June 1892.

    Members of the family were buried at St Anne's Church, Southowram [I 46]

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-66
    [1853-19??] Born in Heptonstall.

    He was a cotton weaver [1891] / a cotton weaver fustian [1901] / a wholesale fustian clothing warehouseman [1911].

    He married Elizabeth [1855-1???].


    Elizabeth was born in Heptonstall
     

    Children:

    1. Ernest [b 1885] who was a lining cutter fustian clothing [1901]
    2. Dent
    3. Mary Hannah [b 1890] who was a fustian clothing machinist [1911]

    The family lived at

    • Law House, Wadsworth [1891]
    • 2 Law House, Hebden Bridge [1901]
    • Law House, Hebden Bridge [1911]

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-106
    [1855-19??] Born in Hebden Bridge.

    He was an artisan [1891] / a grocer [1901] / a wood turner retired (clog sole making) [1911].

    Around 1888, he married Martha [1857-19??].


    Martha was born in Mytholmroyd / Erringden
     

    Children:

    1. Frank [b 1889] who was a part time clog sole sorter [1901], a warehouseman (clog sole factory) [1911]
    2. Mary Jane [b 1891] who was a sewing machinist [1911]
    3. Herbert
    4. Susy Ellen [b 1896] who was a sewing machinist [1911]

    The family lived at

    • Primrose Terrace, Mytholmroyd, Sowerby [1891]
    • Hawksclough Square, Mytholmroyd [1901]
    • 16 Canal Street, Hawksclough, Hebden Bridge [1911]

    John died in Todmorden [Q1 1912] (aged 56) 

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-258
    [1855-1934] Born in Soyland.

    He was a cotton spinner [1891] / a farmer [1901, 1911].

    In 1883, he married (1) Hannah Clegg [1852-1893] in Halifax.


    Hannah was born in Todmorden
     

    Children:

    1. Effie [1889-1972] who was a cotton winder [1911]
    2. Amy Hannah [1893-1969] who was a cotton winder [1911], & married Horace Habergham

    Hannah died shortly after giving birth to Amy Hannah

    In 1897, he married (2) Hannah [1857-1929] in Halifax.


    Hannah née Sutcliffe was born in Littleborough, and was the widow of Richard Whiteley.

    She had a son by her first marriage: Ivo Whiteley [b 1887] who was a cotton doubler [1901]

     

    Children:

    1. Hibbert Milton [1898-1961] who was a farmer [1934]

    The family lived at

    • Moor Shaw Head, Ripponden [1891, 1901]
    • 8 Moor Shaw Head, Ripponden [1911, 1934]

    Hannah died in 1929.

    She was buried at St Mary's Church, Cottonstones with her first husband.

    John died 11th April 1934.

    Probate records show that he left effects valued at £1,823 17/1d.

    Probate was granted to his children: Amy Hannah & Hibbert Milton

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-134
    [1856-1905] Born in Sowerby.

    He was a cotton twiner (cotton spinning) [1901].

    On 10th February 1884, he married Sarah Elizabeth Sutcliffe [1861-1929] at Halifax Parish Church.


    Sarah Elizabeth was born in Norland
     

    Children:

    1. Agnes [b 1885] who was a worsted spinner [1901]
    2. Mary [b 1886] who was a silk card room worker (silk spinner) [1901]
    3. Ruth [b 1889] who was a worsted setter (worsted spinner) [1901]
    4. John Arthur [b 1891]
    5. Fred
    6. Alice [b 1896]

    The children were born in Sowerby.

    The family lived at 4 Stile, Triangle [1916].

    John died 3rd March 1905 (aged 49).

    Sarah Elizabeth died 5th November 1929 (aged 68).

    Members of the family were buried at St Peter's Church, Sowerby

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-267
    [1865-19??] Son of William Sutcliffe, weaver.

    Born in Sowerby.

    He was a cloth finisher of Luddenden [1894] / a worsted warp beamer [1901, 1911].

    In 1894, he married Mary Hannah Gertrude Stead [1872-19??] at Halifax Parish Church.


    Mary Hannah Gertrude, of Luddendenfoot, was born in Leeds, the daughter of James Stead, grinder.

    She was a worsted box minder [1901]

     

    Children:

    1. James William [b 1894] who was a cotton twiner piecer [1911]
    2. Albert
    3. Clifford [b 1899] who was a part time worsted doffer [1911]
    4. Lillian [b 1901]
    5. Evelyn [b 1903]

    The family lived at

    • 17 Providence Place, Midgley [1901]
    • 7a Willow Street, Sowerby Bridge [1911, 1918]

    All 3 sons served in World War I; Albert was awarded the MM.

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-51
    [1866-1933] Born in Soyland.

    He was a woollen worker [1886].

    On 28th August 1886, he married Nancy Ainley in Halifax.


    Nancy was the daughter of
    John Ainley
     

    Children:

    1. Louis [b 1889]
    2. Ethel [b 1892]
    3. Annie [b 1896]
    4. Maurice [b 1898]
    5. Elsie [b 1900]
    6. Percy [b 1902]

    Nancy was buried at St Mary's Church, Luddenden [9th July 1932]

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-59
    [1883-19??] Son of John Sutcliffe.

    Born in Midgley.

    He was a gardener [1909].

    On 3rd March 1909, he married Mary Lena Horner at St Mary's Church, Luddenden.


    Mary Lena was the daughter of John William Horner
     

    There is no evidence that Mary & John had any children

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-146
    [1885-1918] Son of Mary & Joseph Sutcliffe.

    In [Q1] 1914, he married Miriam Jagger in Halifax.

    They lived at 1 Stanley Street North, Holmfield, Halifax.

    During World War I, he served as a Private with the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards.

    He was killed in action [30th March 1918] (aged 33).

    He was buried at Bucquoy Road Cemetery, Ficheux, France [Grave Ref VI E 25].

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

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-74
    [1887-1919] Son of Joseph Sutcliffe.

    He was a cotton weaver [1911].

    During World War I, he served as a Private with the 9th (Glasgow Highlanders) Battalion Highland Light Infantry.

    He died 15th November 1919 (aged 32).

    He was buried at St Peter's Church, Walsden [New Yard I 75].

    He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance.

    His brother Joseph also died in the War.

    The brothers are remembered on the family grave at St Peter's Church, Walsden

    Sutcliffe, JohnRef 37-145
    [19??-1944] Son of Evina Alice [née Barnes] & Thomas E. Sutcliffe of Todmorden

    During World War II, he served as a Sergeant with the 221st Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.

    He died 24th August 1944.

    He is remembered on the Malta Memorial, Malta [Grave Ref 15 2]

    Sutcliffe, John ArthurRef 37-S2856
    [1860-19??] Born in Halifax.

    He was a pharmacist [1911].

    A 1900 advertisement announced

    J. A. Sutcliffe

    Chemist (by examination) 

    27 King Cross Street, Halifax

    He married Margaret from Llandrillo-yn-Rhos, Denbighshire.

    Children:

    1. Robert Vivian [b 1887] who became a pharmacist
    2. Muriel [b 1889]
    3. Margaret [b 1893]

    The family lived at

    • 27 King Cross Street, Halifax [1891, 1901]
    • 64 King Cross Road, Halifax [1911]

    Sutcliffe, John CrossleyRef 37-S927
    [1813-1890] JP, DL.

    Son of John Sutcliffe.

    On 24th September 1839, he married (1) Ann Potter at Gisburn.


    Ann was the daughter of Richard Potter of Manchester
     

    Children:

    1. John Crossley
    2. Thomas [b 1843]
    3. Esther Hannah [b 1845]
    4. Anne [b 1847] who married [1870] Edwards Zohrab Holme on the Isle of Wight

    In [Q1] 1873, he married (2) Sibyl Lumb [1811-1890] in Wakefield.

    She died 24th July 1890 (aged 79).

    The family lived at The Lee, Heptonstall

    Sutcliffe, John CrossleyRef 37-S458
    [1841-1914] Son of John Crossley Sutcliffe.

    He was a worsted manufacturer / a keen sportsman, shot & sailor / a member of Royal Thames Yachting Club / a winner of the Grand Prix at the Monte Carlo competitions.

    He owned property including Peacock House Farm, Heptonstall.

    In 1867, he presented the organ to Heptonstall Parish Church

    He married (1) Miss Hall.


    His wife was of Bramhall Lodge, Cheshire & of Minne-y-Garth, Anglesey
     

    In [Q2] 1905, he married (2) Elizabeth Ginman in Halifax.


    Elizabeth was a widow
     

    They had an adopted daughter, Daisy.

    In 1913, John was driving near Kebcote, trying a car which he proposed to buy, when something went wrong with the works, resulting in a serious crash, from which he never fully recovered.

    He died 10th April 1914 (aged 72) 

    Sutcliffe, John EdwardRef 37-49
    [18??-19??] On 14th Apr 1887, he married Emma Louisa Turner in Halifax.


    Emma Louisa was the daughter of
    William Marshall Turner
     

    Children:

    1. Fanny [b 1889]
    2. Edith [b 1890]
    3. Mary [b 1895]

    Sutcliffe, John FarrarRef 37-153
    [1880-1917] Son of John Sutcliffe.

    Born in Sowerby Bridge / Illingworth.

    He was a stone mason [1881] / a worsted spinner [1891] / a stone mason [1911].

    During World War I, he enlisted [10th December 1915] with the Durham Light Infantry.

    He transferred to the Labour Corps, and was discharged [1st August 1917] as

    no longer physically fit for War service

    with a pension of 27/6d per week.

    He died in Bradshaw (3 weeks later) [20th August 1917] (aged 37).

    He was buried at St John the Evangelist, Bradshaw [South of the Church tower]

    He is remembered on Bradshaw War Memorial

    Sutcliffe, John FarrarRef 37-219
    [1908-1942] Of 18 Brighton Street, Lee Mount.

    He was a Methodist minister / trained at Hartley-Victoria College / a minister in Westmorland and in Exeter before enlisting as a chaplain before the War.

    During World War II, he served as a chaplain / Squadron Leader with the 46th Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.

    He was killed in an air crash in the Near East [18th September 1942] (aged 34).

    He was buried at Alexandria (Hadra) War Memorial Cemetery, Egypt [Grave Ref 3 H 10].

    He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance

    Sutcliffe, John FearbyRef 37-S2661
    [1812-1872] Born in Skircoat.

    He was partner in a cotton spinning and manufacturing firm (of 2) employing 136 men, 155 women, 65 boys, 54 girls & 62 children [1851] / a cotton spinner employing 200 men, women & children [1861]

    He married Betsey Louisa [1815-1893].


    Betsey Louisa was born in Lockwood, the daughter of Betsey & Timothy Bentley
     

    Children:

    1. John Bentley [1837-1872] who was a manager in a cotton mill [1861]
    2. Charles Louis [1845-1879]
    3. Arthur Edwin [1847-1894]
    4. Francis Edgar [1848-1928]
    5. Victor Eugene [1855-1933]
    6. Marian [b 1857]

    The family lived at

    He died at Scarborough Betsey Louisa died in Leamington Spa

    Sutcliffe, John FrederickRef 37-29
    [1842-1881] Of Harley House, Todmorden.

    He married Maria.

    Children:

    1. son
    2. Woodward Charles who married [1904] Mary Florence Page

    Sutcliffe, John InghamRef 37-S263
    [1845-1903] Son of William Sutcliffe.

    Of Stansfield Hall, Todmorden.

    In 1896, he lost to Sugden Sutcliffe as a Councillor to represent the Stansfield Ward.

    On 17th October 1870, he married Betty Mitchell [1847-1918] at Halifax Parish Church.

    They had no children.

    He died at Ramsey, Isle of Man. Probate records show that he left an estate valued at £42,954.

    The will was proved by his brothers William & Arthur.

    He left £300 to his wife (plus all household effects and his stocks and shares in the Great Eastern Railway Company, or £2,000, if he had no shares), and an annuity of £350 or £150, should she marry. He left 1/3rd of his property to his brother William, and 2/3rds of his property to his brother Arthur.

    John Ingham & Betty were buried at St Paul's Church, Cross Stone: John Ingham [9th April 1903]; Betty [21st January 1918]

    Sutcliffe, John RichardRef 37-S3561
    [1???-18??] Corn miller and maltster.

    Recorded in October 1877, when, after his death, his estate – including Cliffe mansion, Brighouse – was sold for £5,407

    Sutcliffe, John RichardRef 37-S3021
    [1830-1???] Son of Thomas Richard Sutcliffe.

    Born in Brighouse.

    Like his father, he became a corn miller

    Sutcliffe, John ThomasRef 37-S450
    [1846-1919] Attorney of Hebden Bridge.

    Son of William Sutcliffe.

    With his brother, William Henry, he continued the family business after their father's death.

    He lived at Mayroyd House, Hebden Bridge [with his brother James 1901].

    He died 25th June 1919 (aged 73).

    Probate records show that he left an estate valued at £256,443, out of which he left bequests to augment the stipend of the Vicar at St James's Church, Hebden Bridge and for the maintenance of the fabric of the church.

    He was buried at Heptonstall Church

    He also left money for Royal Halifax Infirmary and Hebden Bridge Nursing Institution.

    See Robert Greenwood

    Sutcliffe, John WilliamRef 37-2
    [1862-19??] Born in Mytholmroyd.

    He was a beer & wine seller [1901] / innkeeper at the Millers' Inn, Halifax [1901-1907] / innkeeper at the Horse & Jockey, Highroad Well [1907, 1911, 1914].

    Around 1895, he married Mary [1852-19??].


    Mary was born in Mytholmroyd
     

    They had no children.

    They lived at 6 Back Clarence Street, Halifax [1901]

    Sutcliffe, John WilliamRef 37-S1537
    [1869-1945] Son of William Henry Sutcliffe.

    Born in Popples.

    He was a solicitor. He qualified in November 1897. He practised at Halifax and Holmfield [1901, 1911, 1934].

    In 1897, he married Zillah Fielding from Bradshaw.


    Zillah was the daughter of Daniel Fielding
     

    Children:

    1. William Henry Fielding [b 1897]
    2. Dorothy Jane [b 1899]
    3. Mabel Winifred [b 1901]
    4. Elizabeth Adeline [b 1908]

    The family lived at 1 Popples, Holmfield [1901, 1911]

    Sutcliffe, JonasRef 37-4860
    [1784-18??] Born in Midgley.

    He was a weaver [1841] / a wool comber [1851] / a yard man [1856]

    He married Sarah [1786-18??].

    Children:

    1. William [b 1821] who was a wool comber [1841]
    2. Joseph [b 1821]
    3. Sarah [b 1824]
    4. Thomas [b 1827]
    5. Joseph [b 1821] who was a wool comber [1851]
    6. Samuel [b 1828] who was a cotton carder [1851]
    7. Jonas [b 1830] who was an overlooker (woollen factory) [1851]
    8. Benjamin
    9. Hannah [b 1837] who was a shop keeper [1851]

    The family lived at

    • Sowerby Street, Sowerby Township [1841]
    • 24 Sowerby Street, Sowerby Bridge [1851]

    Sutcliffe, JonasRef 37-S2257
    [1809-1881] He was an ag.lab / a farm bailiff [1861]

    He married Alice Wade [1812-1883].

    Children:

    1. John
    2. Benjamin [b 1831]
    3. Mary [b 1835]
    4. William [b 1838]
    5. Charles [b 1843]
    6. James [b 1846]
    7. Joan [b 1856]

    The family lived at (possibly) Brearley Hall, Midgley [1861]

    Sutcliffe, JonathanRef 37-147
    [1898-1917] Son of Wright Sutcliffe.

    Born in Bradford.

    He was a short time frame doffer [1911] / employed by W. Ellis, shoeing forge, Queensbury.

    During World War I, he enlisted [1st January 1917], and served as a Private with the 10th Battalion Royal Fusiliers.

    He was reported missing and assumed to have died 1st September 1917 (aged 19).

    He is remembered on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium [Grave Ref 28-30, 162-162A & 163A], and on Bradshaw War Memorial.

    His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [13th October 1917]

    Sutcliffe, JosephRef 37-S3186
    [1???-1867] He (possibly) married (1) Mary Ann Midgley.

    He married (2) Grace

    Sutcliffe, JosephRef 37-S1506
    [1661-1751] He owned Lee, Heptonstall. In 17??, he sold the property to John Greenwood and moved to Stoneshey Gate.

    He married Martha Redman [1692-1763] from Cross Ends, Wadsworth.

    Children:

    1. Gamaliel
    2. Thomas
    3. John
    4. Joseph
    5. Mercy
    6. Sarah

    Sutcliffe, Rev JosephRef 37-S135
    [17??-17??] Curate at Todmorden [1726-1731]

    Sutcliffe, JosephRef 37-S3010
    [17??-18??] Brandy merchant at Cheapside, Halifax [1809].

    He went on to establish Joseph Sutcliffe & Sons

    Sutcliffe, JosephRef 37-S1576
    [18??-18??] He was Constable of Northowram [1848]

    Sutcliffe, JosephRef 37-S2272
    [18??-19??] Partner in John Sutcliffe & Sons.

    He lived at 1 Woodlesford, Pellon [1905]

    Sutcliffe, JosephRef 37-4
    [1804-18??] Born in Soyland.

    He was a farmer & carter [1851] / a cart driver [1861] / a carrier [1871].

    He married Susey [1813-1???] from Soyland.

    Children:

    1. William
    2. Martha Ann [b 1850] who was a card room hand cotton [1861], an operative reeler of cotton [1871]

    The family lived at

    • Thirst House, Soyland [1851]
    • Moulton Dish, Lower Dale, Soyland [1861]
    • Causeway Head, Soyland [1871]

    Living with them [in 1861] was boarder, widowed Mrs Betty Sutcliffe [aged 83] (blind) born in Cleckheaton

    Sutcliffe, JosephRef 37-199
    [1805-1907] Born at White Lee, Mytholmroyd.

    He was a wine & spirit merchant [1851]

    He & his widowed sister Mrs Hannah Wood, and Thomas Henry Croisdale Scratcherd were living at 2 Harrison Road [1851].

    On 13th May 1853, he married Mary Ellen Furness [1826-1889] at St John's Church, Preston.


    Mary Ellen came from Preston
     

    Children:

    1. Joseph George [1854-1927] who was educated at Cambridge University and died in Spain
    2. William Ormond [1856-1944] who was educated at Cambridge University and became a RC Priest

    Probate records show that he left an estate valued at £12,000.

    He was buried at St Michael's Church, Mytholmroyd

    Sutcliffe, JosephRef 37-S1857
    [1821-1900] Born in Sowerby.

    He was a Liberal / a Chartist [in his younger days] / a teetotaller / an anti-vaccinator / a spiritualist / a founder and treasurer of the Spiritualist Progressive Lyceum, Sowerby Bridge / a founder of the Sowerby Bridge Liberal Club / a member of the Sowerby Board of Guardians / a member of the Sowerby Bridge Board of Guardians.

    He was a master carpenter employing 8 boys [1871] / a joiner employing 3 men [1881] / a joiner and builder [1891] He established Joseph Sutcliffe & Son Limited.

    He married Jane Ellen Binns [1832-1???] from Soyland.

    Children:

    1. Lucy Ann [b 1860]
    2. Albert Edward
    3. Arthur [b 1868]
    4. Emma J [b 1871]

    The family lived at 18 Sowerby Street, Sowerby Bridge [1871, 1881, 1891]

    Sutcliffe, JosephRef 37-217
    [1856-1929] Born in Walsden.

    He was a carter (cotton manufacturer) [1911].

    Around 1875, he married Mary Ellen [1858-1929].


    Mary Ellen was born in Walsden
     

    Children:

    1. child who died young [before 1911]
    2. child
    3. child
    4. child
    5. child
    6. Susan [1878-1953]
    7. John
    8. Fred [b 1891] who was a labourer (chemical manufacturer) [1911]
    9. Joseph

    The family lived at

    • 9 Rochdale Road, Walsden [1911]
    • 185 Knowlwood Road, Todmorden [1917]

    Sons John & Joseph. died in World War I

    Mary Ellen died 7th January 1929 (aged 71).

    Joseph died 1st November 1929 (aged 73).

    Members of the family were buried at St Peter's Church, Walsden

    Sutcliffe, JosephRef 37-55
    [1864-19??] Son of Henry Sutcliffe, mill manager.

    Born in Hebden Bridge.

    He was a carter of Industrial Street, Wadsworth [1887] / a cart driver [1891].

    In 1887, he married Elizabeth Robertshaw [1865-1???] at Halifax Parish Church.


    Elizabeth was born in Heptonstall, the daughter of John Robertshaw, plasterer
     

    Children:

    1. Sarah G [b 1888] who was a tailoress (fustian) [1901]
    2. Mary Ann [b 1890] who was a buttoner for ready made fustian [1911]
    3. Francis
    4. Harry
    5. Nora [b 1898] who was a machinist for ready made fustian [1911]

    The family lived at

    • 2 Church Yard Bottom, Heptonstall [1891]
    • 36 Foster Lane, Hebden Bridge [1901]
    • 9 Queens Terrace, Hebden Bridge [1911]

    Joseph was not shown in the 1901 census, although Elizabeth was listed as married. Elizabeth was listed as widow in 1911.

    Sons Francis & Harry died in World War I

    Sutcliffe, JosephRef 37-73
    [1894-1917] Son of Joseph Sutcliffe.

    He was a warehouseman (cotton manufacturer) [1911].

    During World War I, he served as a Private with the 10th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers.

    He died 2nd June 1917 (aged 23).

    He was buried at Railway Dugouts Burial Ground (Transport Farm), Belgium [Grave Ref IV E 11], and in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance.

    His brother John also died in the War.

    The brothers are remembered on the family grave at St Peter's Church, Walsden

    Sutcliffe, Joseph WilliamRef 37-171
    [1896-1917] Son of Willie Sutcliffe.

    Born in Sowerby Bridge.

    He was a noted swimmer / a member of Elland Wesleyan Chapel & Boys' Brigade / a worsted spinner [1911] / employed by Robinson & Whiteley at Kiln End Mills, Elland.

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

    He went to France [August 1916].

    He was admitted to hospital & treated for trench foot [November 1916], and returned to his unit in France [May 1917].

    He was reported missing and assumed to have died 20th September 1917.

    His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [17th November 1917].

    He is remembered on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium [Grave Ref 82-85 & 162A], on the Memorial at Elland Boys' Brigade, on Elland War Memorial, on the Memorial at Elland Wesleyan Chapel, and at Elland Cemetery

    Sutcliffe, JoshuaRef 37-S3584
    [1847-1916] Son of John Sutcliffe.

    Born in Soyland.

    He was a cotton twister piecer [1861] / a cotton spinner [1867] / a beer seller at the Star, Elland [1871] / landlord of the Black Lion, Halifax [1881] / landlord of the White Horse, Halifax [1887, 1894].

    In 1867, he married (1) Sarah Bottomley [1847-189?] at Elland Parish Church.


    Sarah, of Soyland, was the daughter of George Bottomley, cloth-monger
     

    Children:

    1. Selina [b 1867]

    Sarah died before 1899.

    In 1899, he married (2) Martha Spencer [1858-19??] in Fylde, Lancashire.

    The family lived at

    • New Street, Elland [1871]
    • Common Edge, Marton, Fylde, Lancashire [1901, 1911]

    Sutcliffe, JoshuaRef 37-S1054
    [1843-1903] GP.

    Born in Burnley.

    He stopped practising as a GP when he took over the family oil and chandler's business. He was listed as an oil merchant [1871, 1881]

    In 1870, he married Frances, daughter of Henry Walker, in Knaresborough.

    Children:

    1. Ellen [b 1872]
    2. Jessie [b 1871]
    3. Florence
    4. Harry [b 1875]
    5. Winifred [b 1877]

    The family lived at

    Sutcliffe, LeonardRef 37-107
    [1895-1916] Son of James Sutcliffe.

    Born in Sowerby Bridge.

    He was a member of Sowerby New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel / a woollen mule piecer [1911] / a woollen finisher [1915] / employed by John Atkinson & Sons Limited at Watson Mill, Sowerby Bridge.

    During World War I, he enlisted in Halifax [10th December 1915], and served as a Private with the 9th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

    He went to France [19th May 1916].

    He was killed in action on the Somme [3rd August 1916].

    His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [26th August 1916].

    He is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial, France [Grave Ref 6A & 6B], and on the Memorial at Saint George's Church, Sowerby

    His brother Charles was serving with the Royal Garrison Artillery

    Sutcliffe, LeonardRef 37-131
    [1895-1916] Son of Luke Sutcliffe.

    He was a shop assistant (grocery trade) [1911] / employed by Law & Crossley Limited.

    During World War I, he enlisted [4th April 1916], and served as a Rifleman with the 16th Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps.

    He went to France [July 1916].

    He died 25th August 1916 (aged 21).

    His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [30th September 1916].

    He is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial, France [Grave Ref 13A & 13B], on Elland War Memorial, on the Memorial at All Saints' Church, Elland, and on a plaque in the choir stalls at Elland Parish Church (where his death is recorded as 27th August 1916) 

    Sutcliffe, LewisRef 37-175
    [18??-191?]

    During World War I, he served as a Private with the Royal Marines.

    He died in the conflict.

    He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, on the Memorial at Ebenezer Primitive Methodist Church, on the Memorial at Heath Grammar School, and on the Memorial at Illingworth Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

    Sutcliffe, LewisRef 37-115
    [1861-19??] Son of George Sutcliffe, stone miner.

    Born in Halifax.

    He was a clay miner of Old Bank [1886] / a clay miner [1891] / an underground clay miner [1901] / a clay miner [1911].

    In 1886, he married Sarah Esther Simpson [1869-19??] at Halifax Parish Church.


    Sarah Esther, of Old Bank, was born in Halifax, the daughter of Eli Simpson, engine tenter
     

    Children:

    1. Edith [b 1889] who was a worsted bobbin setter [1901], a worsted spinning (worker) [1911]
    2. Dick
    3. Charlie [b 1894] who was a wire worker labourer [1911]

    The family lived at

    • Holdsworth, Ovenden [1891]
    • 34 Back Smith Street, Halifax [1901]
    • 21 Abbey Street, Halifax [1911, 1916]

    Living with them [in 1901] was Sarah Esther's brother Lewis Simpson [b 1883] (underground clay miner).

    Lewis died in Halifax [Q1 1916] (aged 55) 

    Sutcliffe, LukeRef 37-S2503
    [15??-16??] Son of John Sutcliffe.

    Educated at Trinity College Cambridge [1573]

    Sutcliffe, LukeRef 37-130
    [1851-1906] Son of William Sutcliffe, weaver [1872] & overlooker [1885].

    Born in Stainland.

    He was a tin plate worker of Greetland [1872] / an iron & tin plate worker [1881, 1885, 1891, 1901].

    In 1872, he married (1) Maria Jane Shaw [1851-1884] at Halifax Parish Church.


    Maria Jane, of Greetland, was born in Elland, the daughter of John Shaw, farmer
     

    Children:

    1. John Eli [b 1875] who was a wool comber (worsted) [1891], a cloth miller [1901], a dyer's labourer [1911]
    2. Martha [b 1879] who was a spinner (worsted) [1891]
    3. Mary L. [b 1882] who was a worsted twister [1901]

    Maria Jane died in Halifax in 1884 (aged 32).

    In 1885, he married (2) Harriet Sarratt [1859-19??] at Halifax Parish Church.


    Harriet, of S??ey Vale, Hipperholme, was born in Nottingham, the daughter of John Sarratt, bricklayer
     

    Children:

    1. Percy [b 1888] who was a cotton twister piecer [1901], a mechanic turner (gas company) [1911]
    2. Harry [b 1891]
    3. Nellie [b 1894] who was a worsted twister [1911]
    4. Leonard
    5. Florrie [b 1898] who was a cotton winder [1911]
    6. Frank [b 1903]

    The family lived at

    • Eastgate, Elland [1881]
    • 8 Back James Street, Elland [1891]
    • 12 Bath Street, Elland [1901]
    • 7 Bath Street, Elland [1911]

    Luke died in 1906.

    Living with the widowed Harriet [in 1911] were lodgers: Frederick Lord & Kathleen Holmes

    Sutcliffe, MaryRef 37-13
    [1775-1813] Daughter of John Sutcliffe.

    Born at the Bay Horse, Cross Stone.

    She married Jonas Turner.

    About 1783, Mary and Jonas established the Shoulder of Mutton at Toad Carr

    Sutcliffe, MaryRef 37-210
    [1843-190?] Daughter of William Sutcliffe.

    She was a cotton weaver [1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901].

    She (possibly) had an illegitimate son: Edgar Sutcliffe.

    Mary died [1906] (aged 64), or [1907], (aged 64) 

    Sutcliffe, Dr MatthewRef 37-S2638
    [15??-16??] A native of Heptonstall.

    He was Dean of Exeter in the reign of James I. He was the founder of Chelsea College.

    In 1851, there was a proposal to erect a monument in his memory at Heptonstall Church

    Sutcliffe, MatthewRef 37-S354
    [1550-1620] MA, DD.

    Second son of John Sutcliffe.

    Born at Mayroyd, Hebden Bridge.

    Educated at Peterhouse College Cambridge [1565]. He was a staunch Protestant and became Archdeacon of Taunton [1586], and Dean of Exeter [1588]. He established the College of Divines to oppose Papist and like-minded doctrines. The Royal Military Hospital, Chelsea stands on the site of his College.

    The reading desk at Heptonstall Church is dedicated to his memory

    He married Ann Bradley.


    Ann was the daughter of Frances (née Fairfax) & John Bradley
     

    Children:

    1. Anna who married Richard Hals of Kenedon

    In January 1553, Matthew's father put Mayroyd in trust for him. After his father's death, he sold the property to Adam Sutcliffe for £500

    Sutcliffe, MedleyRef 37-54
    [1892-1953] Born in Halifax.

    In 1919, he married Annie Pitchforth in Halifax.


    Annie was the daughter of
    Joseph Pitchforth
     

    Children:

    1. Harold [b 1926]

    Sutcliffe, MiltonRef 37-79
    [1888-1918] Son of Mary Ann & James Sutcliffe of Burnt Acre, Eastwood.

    During World War I, he served with A Company 10th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

    He died 27th October 1918 (aged 30).

    He was buried at Tezze British Cemetery, Italy [Grave Ref 2 C 11].

    He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

    Sutcliffe, N.Ref 37-148
    [1895-1918] Son of Annie & William Sutcliffe of Gauxholme Stones Farm, Walsden.

    Born in Todmorden.

    During World War I, he served as a Pioneer with the 42nd Division Signal Company Royal Engineers.

    He died 4th April 1918 (aged 23).

    He was buried at Étaples Military Cemetery, France [Grave Ref XXXII A 2]

    Sutcliffe, NormanRef 37-68
    [1895-1918] Son of Annie & William Sutcliffe of Gauxholme Stones Farm, Walsden.

    Born in Todmorden.

    He was a member of Christ Church, Todmorden / a blacksmith for Lord Brothers Limited / a territorial with the Lancashire Fusiliers.

    He lived at 69 Burnley Road, Todmorden.

    During World War I, he served as a Pioneer with the 42nd Div. Signal Coy. Royal Engineers.

    He served in the Dardanelles, Egypt and France.

    He died of wounds in No.8 (Chicago) Hospital [4th April 1918].

    He was buried at Étaples Military Cemetery, France [Grave Ref XXXII A 2].

    He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance, and on the Memorial at Christ Church, Todmorden

    Sutcliffe, OliverRef 37-229
    [18??-18??] Of Rastrick.

    He wrote poems for the local newspapers

    Sutcliffe, OswaldRef 37-47
    [1896-1916] Son of Frederick Sutcliffe.

    Born in Halifax.

    He was educated at Rastrick Grammar School [1904-1910], Sedbergh School, & Wadham College Oxford, and intended to become a clergyman.

    He lived with his aunt in Leeds.

    During World War I, he enlisted and was attached to the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry.

    He was killed in action [3rd November 1916].

    He was buried at Hebuterne Military Cemetery, France [Grave Ref I M 1].

    He is remembered on the Memorial at Rastrick Grammar School, on Brighouse War Memorial, on Rastrick War Memorial, and on the Memorial at Saint Matthew's Church, Rastrick

    His aunt, Miss Harriet Sutcliffe of Far Headingley, placed a bronze and marble tablet in his memory at St Matthew's Church, Rastrick.

    The memorial was designed and executed by Leeds sculptor E. Caldwell Spruce, and unveiled by Rev William Mason

    Sutcliffe, PaulRef 37-S3554
    [1853-1908] Landlord of the Garden Plough Beerhouse, Elland [1900-1902].

    On 3rd November 1900, he was charged on 2 counts of keeping a bagatelle board without a licence, and of permitting gaming on his licensed premises. PC Cook had gone into the pub disguised as a labourer, and saw millhand Fred Sutcliffe and finisher Harry Park playing bagatelle for money.

    For not having a licence, he was fined 11/6d, and for permitting gaming, he was fined 10/- plus 9/6d costs. Sutcliffe and Park were each fined 10/- plus costs for aiding and abetting

    Sutcliffe, PercyRef 37-232
    [1???-19??] JP.

    He was Mayor of Todmorden [1938-1939]

    Sutcliffe, Rev PeterRef 37-S1546
    [19??-] He was vicar at Yeadon before becoming Vicar of Lightcliffe [2006]. He left in 2008

    Sutcliffe, Peter WilliamRef 37-S368
    [1947-] Aka Yorkshire Ripper. In 1981, he was sentenced to 30 years' imprisonment for a series of 13 murders and 7 attempted murders in and around the district over a period of 5 years

    Sutcliffe, PhilipRef 37-S894
    [19??-19??] Son of J. W. Sutcliffe. In 1959, he rebuilt Lower Cragg Hall, Cragg Vale which had been damaged by fire in 1921

    Sutcliffe, PollardRef 37-280
    [1864-1913] Son of Samuel Sutcliffe.

    Born in Halifax.

    He was an apprentice clogger [1881] / in the shoe & clog trade [1901] / a clogger [1911].

    In [Q1] 1891, he married Annie Robertshaw [1864-19??] in Halifax.


    Annie was born in Heckmondwike
     

    Children:

    1. Fred [b 1892] who was a baker [1911]

    The family lived at

    • 7 Smith Street, Halifax [1901]
    • 2 Alma Street, Halifax [1911]

    Pollard died 20th August 1913 (aged 49).

    He was buried at Lister Lane Cemetery [Plot Number 2360] with his parents

    Sutcliffe, R.Ref 37-226
    [18??-19??] Rope and twine seller at Halifax.

    In January 1884, he was declared bankrupt

    Sutcliffe, RichardRef 37-40
    [1817-18??] Born in Stainland.

    He was a woollen weaver [1841] / a store room keeper [1861].

    He married Agnes Taylor.


    Agnes was born in Stainland, the daughter of
    John Taylor
     

    Children:

    1. Thomas [1842-29th February 1864] who was a wool sorter [1861]
    2. Mary [1843-29th October 1871] who was a worsted power loom weaver [1861]
    3. Hannah [b 1846] who was a worsted power loom weaver [1861]
    4. Rebecca [b 1848] who was a worsted power loom weaver [1861]
    5. Sarah who died 22nd April 1849 (aged 3 weeks & 3 days) 
    6. John Taylor [b 1851] who was a cotton piecer [1861]
    7. Matilda [b 1853]
    8. Edwin [b 1856]

    The family lived at

    • Sandbeds, Stainland-with Old Lindley (with Agnes's parents) [1841]
    • 216 Royd, Stainland-with Old Lindley [1861]
    • Stainland [1849]

    Agnes died 8th August 1871 (aged 53).

    She & other members of the family () were buried at Providence Congregational Church, Stainland.

    Details of Richard's death & burial place are not known

    Sutcliffe, RichardRef 37-S1016
    [17??-1???] Coiner of Erringden

    Sutcliffe, Rev RichardRef 37-S762
    [1723-1782] He was Usher at Heath Grammar School [1744], Curate at Southowram [1746-1750], Curate at Lightcliffe [18th July 1750-1752], Master at Lightcliffe School [1756], Curate at Halifax [1756], Master at Hipperholme Grammar School [1770], and Perpetual Curate at Lightcliffe [1782].

    With a notice in the Leeds Intelligencer [23rd May 1769], he advertised for


    An Assistant to teach the Classics ... at a fixed salary of £20 per annum
     

    He married Martha [1720-1786].

    They lived at Cooper House, Luddendenfoot.

    He established Sutcliffe's Gift.

    Richard died 17th March 1782 (aged 59).

    He was buried at Lightcliffe Old Church Graveyard [21st March 1782].

    Martha died 28th February 1786 (aged 66).

    There was a memorial to the couple in Lightcliffe Old Church. This was rescued when the Church was demolished and was stored in the Tower.

    See Rev John Sunderland

    Sutcliffe, RichardRef 37-S3619
    [1780-1837] Aka Richard Sutcliffe of Raw Royd.

    Born in Wadsworth.

    He was a weaver [1805] / a delver [1837].

    On 26th December 1805, he (possibly) married Sally Pickels [1785-1844] at Heptonstall Church. Rev Joseph Charnock performed the ceremony.

    Children:

    1. Betty [b 1806] who married [1830] weaver Roger Sutcliffe [1808-18??]
    2. Sally [b 1807]
    3. Maria [b 1809]
    4. John
    5. Wright
    6. Richard [b 1816]
    7. Jacob [b 1819]
    8. Thomas
    9. Henry
    10. Mary Ann [b 1825] who married John Pearson
    11. Emmadinah [b 1827]
    12. Alfred [b 1830]

    Richard died of cholera morbus [21st October 1837].

    Sally died of consumption [24th December 1844].

    They & other members of the family were buried at Birchcliffe Baptist Church, Hebden Bridge

    Sutcliffe, RichardRef 37-S3485
    [18??-1???] He established R. Sutcliffe & Company in Hebden Bridge

    Sutcliffe, RichardRef 37-S1588
    [18??-18??] He was Constable of Northowram [1842-3]

    Sutcliffe, RichardRef 37-S1766
    [18??-19??] Nurseryman and partner in Sutcliffe & Uttley

    Sutcliffe, RichardRef 37-9
    [1834-1874] Of Range Bank, Halifax.

    He worked as a sinker during construction of the Queensbury Tunnel.

    On 10th October 1874, he was killed when the rope broke carrying a cage in a ventilation shaft in the tunnel. He was struck on the head and died instantly.

    2 other men – masons – were injured. One of the men died later. The names of the men are uncertain. According to the newspaper reports


    Herbert Evans and Thomas Price
     


    John Price & Thomas DysonDyson subsequently died
     

    Sutcliffe, RobertRef 37-S2570
    [1???-1546] Of Holloke Lee, Heptonstall. He owned land at Rough Head.

    He married Emott.

    Children:

    1. Robert

    His will is recorded in Volume 2 [1545-1559] of E. W. Crossley's book Halifax Wills

    Sutcliffe, RobertRef 37-S3344
    [14??-15??] Of Mayroyd.

    He married Elizabeth.

    Children:

    1. William

    In January 1530, Edward Stansfield (supervisor) and Sir Gilbert Stansfeld witnessed Robert's will. In the will, he described Gilbert Stansfeld as

    my kinsman

    and appointed him as overseer and helper to Elizabeth and to teach and educate William

    Sutcliffe, RobertRef 37-S1120
    [16??-1???] Curate at Luddenden [1674]

    Sutcliffe, RobertRef 37-S480
    [16??-1718] Son of William Sutcliffe.

    He was a Yeoman clothier and farmer who lived at Greenwood Lee.

    He married Grace.

    Children:

    1. Sarah [1711-1744] who married George Heartley from Pendle
    2. John [1716-1744]

    John and Sarah are buried in the Greenwood Lee Pew in Heptonstall Church

    Sutcliffe, RobertRef 37-S2505
    [1665-1728] Of Hoo Hole.

    He married Mary Eastwood [1668-1698].


    Mary was the daughter of John Eastwood of Eastwood
     

    Children:

    1. William

    There is a brass plate in memory of Robert and Mary in Heptonstall Church

    Sutcliffe, RobertRef 37-266
    [17??-18??]

    He married Barbara Greenwood.


    Barbara was the daughter of William Greenwood.

    She had an illegitimate son Joseph Greenwood [b Little Learings, Heptonstall 18th October 1812]; father unknown

     

    Children:

    1. John [b Edge Hey Green, Heptonstall 13th October 1823]
    2. Grace [b Edge Hey Green, Heptonstall 25th May 1832]

    Sutcliffe, RobertRef 37-S1508
    [17??-18??] Cotton spinner at Slater Ing Mill, Heptonstall [1809]

    Sutcliffe, RobertRef 37-231
    [17??-1804] A weaver at Blackshawhead.

    He imagined that his room was haunted and sent for John Hepworth, a Bradford fortune-teller to exorcise the place. Hepworth poured human blood and hair into an iron bottle and placed it on the fire. The bottle exploded, damaging the house and killing Sutcliffe

    to the utter astonishment of the impious exorciser

    Sutcliffe, RobertRef 37-35
    [1754-1805] He died at Halifax [21st July 1805].

    An obituary reported

    [He died] after a long and severe illness, in the 52nd year of his age, Mr Robert Sutcliffe, upwards of 27 years superintendent of Messrs Cookson and Fawcett's Carpet manufactory in Leeds.

    A man universally lamented by his acquaintances, particularly by the Society of Masons, by whom his character was truly revered.

    He filled the Master's Chair and other offices in the Lodge of Fidelity (No 512 at Leeds) with much credit to himself and satisfaction to its members, a few of whom attended his funeral, joined by the members of the Lodges in Halifax.

    His corpse was preceded by 26 Sir Knight Templars in their proper habiliments, about 60 Craft masons, with Tylers and every officer necessary to give effect to the solemn occasion, after which followed the Halifax band playing a solemn dirge.

    His remains were interred in the burial ground of the Independent Chapel, where a most excellent and appropriate discourse was delivered, after which the masonic Anthem was sung, accompanied by the band

    Sutcliffe, RobertRef 37-240
    [1758-1844] Son of Hannah (née Smith) [17??-17??] & Eli Sutcliffe [17??-1775].

    Born in Greetland.

    Baptised at Elland Parish Church [13th August 1758].

    He was a weaver [1784].

    On 14th November 1784, he married Hannah Park [1763-1843] at Elland Parish Church.


    Hannah was born in Rastrick, the daughter of Eunice (née Stott) & John Park
     

    Children:

    1. Nancy [b 1785]
    2. Betty [b 1786]
    3. Martha [1788-1799]
    4. John
    5. Sally [b 1792] who (possibly) married [1814] Mr Dilworth
    6. Eli [1795-1870] who was a farmer of 23 acres (own land) at Vicar Park, Greetland [1861]
    7. Nanny [b 1797]
    8. Joseph [b 1802]
    9. Martha [b 1805]
    10. Harriet [1810] who died in infancy

    The children were born in Greetland.

    The couple were buried at St Thomas's Church, Greetland: Hannah [21st March 1843]; Robert [5th January 1844]

    Sutcliffe, RobertRef 37-S1655
    [1790-1853] He was an earthenware maker at Howcans Pottery, Ovenden.
    While engaged in his ordinary labour, he was killed by the descent of a large quantity of clay upon him

    Sutcliffe, RobertRef 37-264
    [179?-1862] Born in Heptonstall.

    On 9th February 1832, he married Mary Mitchell [1806-18??].


    Mary Mitchell was born in was the daughter of
     

    Children:

    1. Hannah [21st February 1832-1848]
    2. Betty [b 1834] who married [Q4 1860] Charles Bamford
    3. Sarah Ellen [b 28th February 1836] who married [23rd May 1854] Duke Mallison
    4. Mary [b 31st May 1838]
    5. Fanny [b 19th December 1840-186?]
    6. Samuel [b 10th December 1842] who (possibly) married Harriet
    7. Robert [b 21st April 1845-1907] who (possibly) married Martha
    8. Mary Ann [b 11th May 1847]
    9. Thomas Mitchell
    10. Emily

    The family lived at

    Members of the family were buried at St Paul's Church, Cross Stone and at with Robert & Mary St Mary's Church, Todmorden .

    Sutcliffe, RobertRef 37-123
    [18??-1916] Son of Thomas Sutcliffe.

    During World War I, he served as a Lieutenant with the 16th Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own).

    He died of wounds [5th July 1916].

    He was buried at Heptonstall Slack Baptist Cemetery [330]

    Sutcliffe, RobertRef 37-S3557
    [1811-18??] He was an innkeeper of Hebden Bridge [1833] / a waiter of Heptonstall [1834] / an innkeeper of Heptonstall [1836] / an innkeeper at Main Street, Heptonstall – (possibly) the Black Bull, Heptonstall [1841].


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

     

    In 1833, he married Hannah Crabtree at Halifax Parish Church.


    Hannah was the daughter William Crabtree
     

    Children:

    1. James Crabtree [bapt 1834]
    2. Sarah [bapt 1836]
    3. Thomas [b 1838]
    4. Hannah [b 1840]

    The family lived at Main Street, Heptonstall [1841].

    Hannah was a widow by 1851. Also listed as Ann, she was innkeeper at the Black Bull, Heptonstall [1861] / innkeeper at Main Street, Heptonstall – (possibly) the Black Bull, Heptonstall [1861] / innkeeper at Town Gate, Heptonstall – (possibly) the Black Bull, Heptonstall [1861]

    Sutcliffe, RobertRef 37-242
    [1812-1875] Also recorded as Sutley & Sutliff.

    Son of John Sutcliffe.

    Born in Elland [8th February 1812].

    Baptised at Elland Parish Church [29th March 1812].

    He was a machinist [1850, 1860].

    The family emigrated to the US [1841].

    Around 1846, he married Ann [1818-1890].


    Ann was born in Ireland
     

    Children:

    1. John [1847-1938] who was a turner [1864], a plumber [1920] & married Elizabeth Copet [1865-1946]
    2. Edward [b 1849] who was a turner [1864], a saloon keeper [1880] & married [1878] Julia Mohali
    3. Lawrence [1851] who died aged 5 months
    4. Robert [1854-1897] who was a turner [1874], an engineer, a fireman (possibly) on the railroad, & married [1879] Maggie Halstead [1857-1???]
    5. Joseph [1857-1894] who was a teamster & married (1) [1876] Emma Ferris [1859-1879] & (2) [1887] Sarah Speight

    They lived at

    • Fishkill, Dutchess, NY [1850]
    • Cold Spring, Putnam, NY [1860]
    • Paterson, Passaic, NJ [1870]
    • 38 Bridge Street [1875]

    Robert died in Paterson, Passaic County, NJ [11th May 1875].

    He was buried at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Totowa.

    Ann died in Paterson, Passaic County, NJ [2nd April 1890]

    Sutcliffe, RobertRef 37-5050
    [1827-1???] Innkeeper of the Hare & Hounds, Stansfield [1861].

    He married Martha [1828-1???].

    Children:

    1. John [b 1852]
    2. James [b 1856]
    3. Mitchell [b 1859]

    Sutcliffe, RobertRef 37-105
    [1840-1897] Born in Soyland [6th June 1840].

    He was a joiner & carpenter [1891] / a joiner [1897].

    On 1st August 1863, he married Mary Culpan [1843-1928] at Halifax Parish Church.


    Mary was born in Sowerby
     

    Children:

    1. Honoria [1870-1954]
    2. Frederick Charles [1872-1902] who was a carpenter's apprentice [1891]
    3. Robert Edgar
    4. Albert [b 1884]
    5. Mary G [b 1887]

    The family lived at Washington House, Sowerby [1897].

    Robert died 3rd March 1897.

    Probate records show that he left effects valued at £183 8/-.

    Administration was granted to his widow Mary.

    Mary died 29th May 1928 (aged 85).

    Members of the family were buried at St Peter's Church, Sowerby

    Sutcliffe, Robert EdgarRef 37-98
    [1879-1917] Son of Robert Sutcliffe.

    Born in Hubberton.

    He was a goods porter railway [1911] / a farmer & greengrocer.

    He lived at

    • Ash Grove, Norland with Sarah Elizabeth [1911].

      They are listed as man & wife, but do not appear to have married

    • the Roughs. Norland

    During World War I, he served as a Private with the 21st Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own).

    He was killed in action when the billets were shelled [4th May 1917] (aged 38).

    He was buried at St Nicolas British Cemetery, France [Grave Ref I B 19].

    He is remembered on the family grave at St Peter's Church, Sowerby, on Norland War Memorial, and on the Memorial at Saint George's Church, Sowerby

    Sutcliffe, RonaldRef 37-85
    [1901-1945] Son of Sarah Alice & Robert Sutcliffe of Todmorden.

    During World War II, he served as a Private with the Pioneer Corps.

    He died 31st October 1945 (aged 44).

    He is remembered at Rochdale Crematorium [Panel 6], and in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

    Sutcliffe, SallyRef 37-14
    [1780-1838] Daughter of John Sutcliffe.

    Born at the Bay Horse, Cross Stone.

    She married William Crabtree.

    They were landlords of the Blue Ball, Todmorden

    Sutcliffe, SamRef 37-S726
    [18??-19??] See Denham's Patent Bottling Machine Company

    Sutcliffe, SamRef 37-S2969
    [1863-1930] Son of John Sutcliffe.

    He married Mary, the sister of his sister-in-law Sarah.

    He built Carr Cliffe, Warley [1906]

    Sutcliffe, SamuelRef 37-S2757
    [17??-17??] Of Hoo Hole.

    John Wesley was entertained at his house when visiting the neighbourhood.

    He married Grace.

    After his death, his widow married Rev John Crosse

    Sutcliffe, SamuelRef 37-17
    [17??-18??] Gentleman of Leeming Hall, Todmorden [1824]. Recorded in Baines Directory [1824]

    Sutcliffe, SamuelRef 37-S239
    [173?-1817] Aka Sammy O'Katty's or Sam At Cattie's. A weaver of worsted cloth.

    He lived alone at Hawden Hole.

    He was strangled and robbed in the Hardcastle Crags Murder

    Sutcliffe, SamuelRef 37-272
    [1819-1900] Born 21st August 1819.

    He married Sarah [1823-1873].

    Children:

    1. Lydia who died 17th February 1852 (aged 7 months) 
    2. Arthur Dennis [1854-23rd December 1857]

    Sarah died 21st January 1873 (aged 50).

    He married (2) Martha [1833-1917].

    The family lived at Stainland.

    Samuel died 3rd June 1900 (aged 81).

    Martha died 8th January 1917 (aged 84).

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

    Sutcliffe, SamuelRef 37-279
    [1829-1892] Born in Elland.

    He was a clogger [1871] / a clogger employing 2 men & 1 boy [1881] / a clogger [1891].

    He married Emma [1838-1911].


    Emma was born in Halifax
     

    Children:

    1. Walter [b 1860] who was a working jeweller [1881]
    2. Joe who died 21st November 1864 (aged 3 years) 
    3. Pollard
    4. Ada Mary [1870-28th June 1899]

    The family lived at

    • 2 Alma Street, Halifax [1871]
    • 57 St James's Road, Halifax [1881]
    • 2 Alma Street, Halifax [1891]

    Living with them [in 1891] were grandson Joe Sutcliffe [b 1887], sister Mary A. Sutcliffe [b 1847] (worsted weaver), and nephew Herbert Sutcliffe [b 1870] (photographer).

    Samuel died 10th July 1892 (aged 63).

    Emma died 11th February 1911 (aged 73).

    Members of the family were buried at Lister Lane Cemetery [Plot Number 2360] with grandson Sam who died 27th October 1908 (aged 4 years & 4 months) 

    Sutcliffe, SamuelRef 37-83
    [1899-1918] Son of Sarah Ann & James Sutcliffe of 2 Hope Street, Todmorden.

    During World War I, he served as a Rifleman with the 2nd/7th Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own).

    He died 22nd May 1918 (aged 19).

    He was buried at St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, France [Grave Ref Q III F 13].

    He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

    Sutcliffe, SarahRef 37-S791
    [17??-1739] She was married several times.

    Her first husband was ??.

    Her second husband was ??.

    She married her third husband, Rev William Grimshaw.

    She was buried at St Mary's Church, Luddenden

    Sutcliffe, SarahRef 37-S2963
    [1854-1914] Daughter of George Sutcliffe.

    Born in Warley.

    She was a dressmaker.

    She married Tom Sutcliffe.

    She was said to be a strong character which was considered necessary to curb some of her husband's somewhat spendthrift ways

    Sutcliffe, SarahRef 37-86
    [1887-1943] SRN.

    Daughter of Mary & Samuel Sutcliffe of 6 Priestwell Street, Todmorden.

    During World War II, she served with the State Registered Nurses.

    She was a civilian and died 9th March 1943 (aged 56).

    She is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

    Sutcliffe, Sarah ElizabethRef 37-S3277
    [1862-1923] She married Gledhill Hallas.

    She went into business with her brother-in-law Sidney Hallas, trading as The Zelova Soap Company.

    The partnership was dissolved in March 1901. Sarah Elizabeth carried on the business on her own account as S. E. Hallas & Son

    Sutcliffe, SidneyRef 37-203
    [1849-19??] Son of Henry Sutcliffe, twiner.

    Born in Soyland.

    He was a twiner of Soyland [1872] / a mill operative [1881] / a cotton twiner [1891, 1901, 1911].

    In 1872, he married Mary Moores [1851-19??] at Halifax Parish Church.


    Mary, of Soyland, was the daughter of James Moores, spinner
     

    Children:

    1. James Henry [b 1875] who was a cotton piecer [1891, 1901]
    2. John [b 1881] who was a cotton piecer [1901], a fish merchant [1911]
    3. George Garnet who was a cotton piecer [1911]
    4. Nora [b 1885] who was a cotton piecer [1901]
    5. Albert Edward [b 1887] who was a cotton piecer [1901], an iron forge labourer [1911]
    6. Mary Gertrude [b 1893] who was a cotton winder [1911]

    The children were born in Soyland.

    The family lived at

    • Netheroyde, Soyland [1881]
    • Shaw Terrace, Soyland [1891]
    • 19 Rochdale Road, Soyland [1901]
    • 19 Shaws Terrace, Ripponden, Soyland [1911]

    Sutcliffe, SimeonRef 37-238
    [1802-18??] Born in Southowram.

    He was a stone mason [1851].

    On 28th October 1822, he married Betty Lodge [1806-18??] in Halifax.


    Betty was born in Elland
     

    Children:

    1. Joseph [b 1825] who was a stone mason [1851]
    2. Sarah [b 1827] who was a dressmaker [1851]
    3. Samuel [b 1829] who was a clogger [1851]
    4. Isaac
    5. William [b 1833] who was a worsted weaver [1851]
    6. Hannah [b 1836] who was a worsted weaver [1851]
    7. Abraham [b 1840] who was a half-time worsted spinner [1851]
    8. Martha [b 1845]
    9. John [b 1848]
    10. Elizabeth [b 1851]

    The family lived at

    • Waterloo, Halifax [1841]
    • 8 Foundry Street, Halifax [1851]

    Sutcliffe, SolomonRef 37-S2502
    [15??-1609] Son of John Sutcliffe.

    Educated at Trinity College Cambridge [1577]

    Sutcliffe, SugdenRef 37-S1801
    [1851-1925] JP.

    Illegitimate son of Sarah, a cotton reeler from Heptonstall.

    He was head warehouseman for Caleb Hoyle at Derdale Mill, Todmorden / in partnership with his cousin Edwin Sutcliffe / in partnership with his wife's brother James William Sutcliffe trading as S. & J. W. Sutcliffe [1905] / President of Todmorden Liberal Club [1902-1908] / a Trustee of Mankinholes Wesleyan Chapel [from 1891] / a benefactor of the newly erected York Street Wesleyan Methodist Chapel [1906] (his name was engraved on one of the foundation stones).

    He was a District Councillor, and when Todmorden first became a Municipal Borough in 1896, he was elected as a Councillor to represent the Stansfield Ward. He gained the most votes in his ward, having won 384 votes against 379 votes for Caleb Hoyle and 343 for John Ingham Sutcliffe Stansfield Hall. He became an Alderman and represented his ward for many years.

    He retired from the business in 1916, but rather than completely retire, he returned to work for Caleb Hoyle at Derdale Mill, Todmorden as his representative in the Manchester Market.

    In 1873, he married Sarah Ann, daughter of James Sutcliffe.

    Children:

    1. Elizabeth
    2. Annie
    3. Beatrice
    4. Florence

    In 1902, he married Elizabeth Suthers.

    They lived at Popples Side in Heptonstall until his mother married Greenwood Saville, a joiner. They all moved to White Platts, Todmorden.

    He built Glenroyd House, Todmorden for himself and family.

    He died at Prestwich near Manchester [8th September 1925] (aged 74) 

    Sutcliffe, SusannahRef 37-126
    [1815-1881] Born in Ovenden.

    She had several illegitimate children:

    1. John Whiteley
    2. Elizabeth Sutcliffe [1836-1897] who married John Whiteley
    3. Richard Sutcliffe Binns [b 1854]

    The father of John Whiteley is unknown. On the marriage records for Elizabeth Sutcliffe & Richard Sutcliffe Binns, their father's name is given as George Binns

    Sutcliffe, Rev T.Ref 37-S1514
    [17??-17??] Curate at Halifax [1757]

    Sutcliffe, T.Ref 37-S1722
    [18??-19??] In 1891, he became a partner in his brother's business, A. Sutcliffe & Company

    Sutcliffe, T.Ref 37-S2974
    [18??-19??] Manufacturer of sun blinds.

    Recorded in 1905, when he was at 42 King Cross Street, Halifax

    Sutcliffe, Rev ThomasRef 37-S2720
    [1823-1903] MA, JP.

    Son of William Sutcliffe.

    Born in Heptonstall.

    He was Incumbent of Heptonstall Parish Church [1848-1861].

    On 18th December 1849, he married Eliza Sutcliffe [1830-1899] at Heptonstall Church.


    Eliza, of Heptonstall, was the daughter of Betsy (née Cockroft) & Richard Sutcliffe
     

    Children:

    1. Adeline Eliza [1855-1936] who married James Henry Fruhe

    The family lived at Royds House, Heptonstall [1861, 1874].

    He died in Colwyn Bay [11th December 1903]

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-S1017
    [17??-1???] Coiner of Erringden

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-S1663
    [17??-18??] Of Ovenden Hall.

    On 1st March 1810, he married Elizabeth Ferguson from Little Moor near Halifax

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-S1864
    [17??-18??] Around 1808, he built the cotton mill Stoodley Bridge Mill, Eastwood. The family occupied the mill into the 1830s

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-S1871
    [17??-18??] Cotton spinner at Clough Mill, Hebden Bridge [1801]

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-S2660
    [17??-18??] Of Wood Hall, Skircoat.

    He married Unknown.

    Children:

    1. Frances [1771-1837] who married James Walton

    Sutcliffe, Rev ThomasRef 37-S1357
    [1762-1834] Minister at Luddenden [42 years] and incumbent for 37 years [1796-1834].

    In November 1823, he was receiving testimonials from applicants for the post of Master at Warley School.

    He died 28th May 1834.

    He is remembered at St Mary's Church, Luddenden on a memorial erected by his friends

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-39
    [1780-1826] Of Stoodley Hall, Langfield. A member of the Sutcliffe family of Todmorden

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-S3196
    [1782-18??] Born at Great House, Colden.

    He occupied Edge Mill, Heptonstall

    He married Mary Mitchell.


    Mary was the daughter of John Mitchell
     

    Children:

    1. Susan [b 1808]
    2. William Mitchell
    3. Hannah [b 1821]
    4. child

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-18
    [1782-1861] Son of William Sutcliffe.

    He was a member of the Todmorden & Walsden Select Vestry [1838] / a farmer of 55 at acres Midgelden, Dulesgate, Todmorden [1841, 1851, 1861].

    Around 1806, he married Sarah Crowther.

    Children:

    1. William
    2. John
    3. Elizabeth
    4. Mary
    5. Thomas
    6. Sutcliffe
    7. Josiah
    8. Susan
    9. Susan
    10. Joseph
    11. Sarah
    12. Ann
    13. Emma

    He was buried at St Peter's Church, Walsden

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-276
    [1791-1866] Born in Stainland.

    He was a woollen spinner [1851].

    He married Mary [1796-1883].


    Mary was born in Stainland
     

    Children:

    1. Rebecca who died 19th June 1815 (aged 5 weeks) 
    2. Hannah who died 26th July 1828 (aged 1 year & 4 months) 
    3. Elizabeth [b 1830] who was a woollen feeder [1851]
    4. Sarah [b 1832] who was a woollen power loom weaver [1851]
    5. Mary A. [b 1835] who was a worsted finisher [1851]
    6. Jane [b 1838] who was a woollen piecener [1851]

    The family lived at South Parade, Stainland [1851].

    Thomas died 30th January 1866 (aged 74).

    Mary died 25th April 1883 (aged 87).

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

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-36
    [18??-1???] He married Hannah [1824-1907].

    They lived at New Longley, Norland [1907].

    He was dead by 1907

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-127
    [18??-19??] Son of John Sutcliffe.

    He married Unknown.

    Children:

    1. Robert

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-S1823
    [18??-19??] Cotton doubler at Kiln End Mills, Elland [1905]

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-96
    [1804-1882] Born in Halifax.

    He was a butcher [1871].

    On 18th December 1843, he married Susannah Uttley at Heptonstall Church.

    They lived at Smith Well Lane, Heptonstall [1871]

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-S3587
    [1816-1???] Born in Hebden Bridge.

    He was publican at the Travellers' Rest, Halifax [1871].

    He married Elizabeth [1819-1???].

    Children:

    1. Robert [b 1851]

    Living with them [in 1871] were Esther A. Hamer [aged 28], Harry Hamer [aged 6] and Alice Hamer [aged 2] and lodgers James Rutledge [aged 50], James Barker [aged 42] and Alec McDonald [aged 53]

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-S3622
    [1821-1884] Son of Richard Sutcliffe.

    Born in Wadsworth.

    Around 1855, he married Ellen Towne [1834-1889], daughter of Elizabeth (née Midgley) & Jacob Town. A family story says that Ellen was a lady-in-waiting to the Queen. Her family disapproved of the marriage and disowned her.

    Children:

    1. Emma [1857-1925] who was born 8 days after the family arrived in America
    2. Ellen [1860-1933]
    3. Alfred [1864-1934]

    In 1857, he and Ellen went to America with his brothers Henry, and Alfred. On 6th May 1857, they sailed on the Nonpareil for Philadelphia. The voyage lasted 6 weeks. They stayed for a time in the Philadelphia area, before the 3 brothers, and Thomas's family, moved to southwest Missouri [1860].

    A family story, tells how the brothers bought property – timberland – there, but were swindled out of it by unscrupulous speculators. Disillusioned, Alfred and Thomas returned to Pennsylvania, settling in Derry Township, but Henry remained in Missouri.

    He was a quarryman [1870].

    He was a well-known runner and took part in many races for prize money. By 1870, he was a semi-invalid, a consequence of his having been drugged before a race to prevent his winning. The drug also blinded him for a time, though he subsequently regained his sight. Brother Alfred helped Ellen look after Thomas's family. The family kept a boarding house for quarry workers.

    In May 1884, Thomas fell and broke his left hip at his home in Pennsylvania.

    He died August 1884

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-188
    [1823-1???] Born in Warley.

    He was a draper's warehouseman [1871] / a furniture broker [1891].

    He married Sarah [1823-1???].


    Sarah was born in Southowram
     

    Children:

    1. James
    2. William [b 1867] who was a shoemaker [1891]

    The family lived at

    • 1 Parkers Square, York Street, Halifax [1871]
    • 6 Smithy Croft, Halifax [1891]

    Living with them [in 1891] were grandsons Thomas Sutcliffe [b 1878] who was a bobbin maker [1891], William Sutcliffe [b 1882], and Harry Sutcliffe [b 1885]

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-58
    [1825-1895] Born in Warley.

    He was a mechanic [1874].

    He married (1) Unknown.

    On 12th April 1874, he married (2) Hannah Hitchin in Halifax.


    Hannah was the daughter of
    Phineas Hitchin
     

    They had no children.

    The couple died in Luddenden: Hannah [28th September 1888]; Thomas [25th November 1895]

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-173
    [1836-1884] Born in Holdsworth, Halifax.

    He was a stone delver [1871] / a farmer [1881].

    On 1st December 1860, he married Hannah Greenwood [1837-1921] in Halifax.


    Hannah came from Halifax
     

    Children:

    1. Henry / Harry [1864-1915] who was a mill hand [1881], a saw mill labourer [1891], a stone quarry labourer [1901, 1911]; never married and died 28th May 1915
    2. Joseph [1866-1921] who was a mill hand [1881], a mechanic [1891], a brick works labourer [1901, 1911]; never married and died 8th October 1921
    3. Alice [1868-1936] who married [1910] Frank Farrar [1867-1951], an engineer's iron plainer, and went to live in Derbyshire
    4. John [1870-19??] who was a mechanic, & married [1890] Lemody Greenhough [1869-1929], daughter of Hannah & Amos Greenhough of Little Horton, Bradford
    5. Mary Ann [1875-1939] who married [1909] to Herbert Bailey [1869-1938], a driller
    6. Fred
    7. James [1881-1966] who was a woolsorter, & married [2nd November 1905] Sarah Jane Kirbyshaw [1877-1932] from Sheffield, at St John's Church, Bradshaw

    The family lived at

    • 46 Bradshaw Lane, Halifax [1871]
    • 44 Holdsworth Road, Halifax [1881]
    • 38 Holdsworth Road, Halifax [1891]

    Thomas died 14th September 1884 (aged 48).

    Henry died 28th May 1915 (aged 51).

    Hannah died 10th February 1921 (aged 83).

    Sarah Jane died 5th July 1932 (aged 55).

    Joseph died 8th October 1951 (aged 55).

    James died 24th February 1966 (aged 85).

    Thomas, Hannah, Henry, Joseph & Sarah Jane were buried at Mount Zion Methodist Chapel, Ogden [Xm07]. Son James was also buried at Mount Zion, Ogden in another grave without a headstone.

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-122
    [1846-1871] Son of William Sutcliffe.

    Born in Heptonstall [5th November 1846]

    On 5th February 1871, Thomas and some companions were out with a gun and a dog at Callis Wood, Hebden Bridge. Another dog came along, and the 2 started fighting.

    Thomas, had his double-barrelled gun in his pocket, and as he climbed over a wall and stooped to separate the dogs, one of the barrels fell to the ground and exploded. The contents lodged in Thomas's side, and he died within the hour.

    At the Coroner's Inquest, a verdict of Accidental Death was recorded.

    He was buried at Heptonstall Church [9th February 1871]

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-88
    [1849-1892] Son of Walter Sutcliffe.

    Born in Elland.

    He was a jeweller & postmaster at the Post Office, the Cross, Elland [1891].

    On 22nd April 1883, he married Hannah Marie Horsfall.


    Hannah Marie was born in Elland, the daughter of Mr Horsfall
     

    Children:

    1. Florence Beatrice [b 1888] who was a pupil at the Royal Masonic Institution for Girls, Clapham, London [1901] and never married
    2. Kate Evelyn [b 1890] who was a scholar at the Crossley & Porter Orphanage [1901] & married William Hirst [1917]
    3. Thomas Herbert

    The family lived at Elland

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-S1082
    [1854-19??] Son of Mr Sutcliffe.

    Born at St Saviour's, York.

    He was a wool merchant [1881, 1901, 1911].

    He married Mary Lucas [1864-19??] in Chesterfield.


    Mary came from Dronfield
     

    Children:

    1. Thomas Lucas
    2. Francis Lucas [b 1886]
    3. Elizabeth Lucas
    4. Edward [b 1892]
    5. Bernard Lucas

    The family lived at Cliff Hill, Warley [1891, 1901, 1911]

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-257
    [1859-1938] Son of James Sutcliffe.

    He was a cotton spinner [1896] / partner in Ben & Thomas Sutcliffe

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-150
    [1880-1918] Son of Dinah & William Sutcliffe.

    He married Mary Jane.

    They lived at 24 Garden Street, Todmorden.

    During World War I, he served as a Private with the 1st/5th Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own).

    He died 25th April 1918 (aged 38).

    He was buried at Sanctuary Wood Cemetery, Belgium [Grave Ref III D 15]

    Sutcliffe, ThomasRef 37-149
    [1896-1918] Son of Annie & Fred Sutcliffe of 31 Beacon Parade, Southowram Bank.

    He lived at 22 Seedlings Mount, Akroyd Place, Halifax.

    During World War I, he served as a Private with the 20th Battalion Canadian Infantry.

    He died 28th August 1918 (aged 22).

    He was buried at Québec Cemetery, Cherisy, France [Grave Ref A 15].

    His death was reported in the Halifax Courier [21st September 1918]

    Sutcliffe, Thomas EastwoodRef 37-S530
    [1840-1924] JP.

    Son of William Sutcliffe.

    He was cotton manufacturer / Chairman of Lord Brothers Limited.

    He never married.

    He lived at Greenhurst Hey, Todmorden.

    On 21st April 1894, a newspaper reported

    Mr J. E. Sutcliffe JP of Greenhurst hey entertained upwards of 120 of his employees to tea in the Co-operative Hall, Dale Street, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of entrance upon the works that Messrs Sutcliffe now occupy. During the very pleasant evening, Mr T. E. Sutcliffe gave a brief sketch of the family, when his grandfather, the late Mr John Sutcliffe, commenced business as cotton and worsted manufacturer at Harley House Mill.

    On 7th January 1899, a newspaper reported

    The employees of Messrs Sutcliffe, Harley House Mill, had a social gathering at Mr A. King's refreshment rooms, Gandy Bridge, when Mr T. E. Sutcliffe esq. JP presented Mr Thomas Barker with a silver cruet, as the workpeople's token of appreciation of his services as one of the tacklers at the mill for the past 10 years

    He was buried at St Paul's Church, Cross Stone

    Sutcliffe, Thomas F.Ref 37-S1659
    [1???-18??] Of Willow Lodge, Halifax.

    He married Unknown.

    Children:

    1. Marianne Burton [1840-1855] who died at Matlock Bath

    Sutcliffe, Thomas HenryRef 37-62
    [1864-19??] Son of William Sutcliffe, weaver.

    Born in Stansfield.

    He was a weaver of Hebden Bridge [1886] / a cotton warp dresser [1891, 1901]. In 1886, he married Mary Hodgson [1864-1???] at Halifax Parish Church.


    Mary, of Charlestown, Stansfield, was born in Hebden Bridge, the daughter of Gregory Ackroyd Hodgson, school master
     

    Children:

    1. William G [b 1887] who was a cotton cloth warehouse worker [1901]
    2. Garnet [b 1889]
    3. twins Arnold
    4. Florence [1891-1892]
    5. Edith A [b 1893]

    The family lived at

    • Co-op Buildings, Hebden Bridge [1891]
    • 312 Halifax Road, Stansfield, Todmorden [1901]
    • 69 Lowton Street, Radcliffe, Manchester [1915]

    Living with them [in 1891] was sister Sarah Ann Sutcliffe [b  1858] (cotton weaver) 

    Sutcliffe, Thomas HenryRef 37-156
    [1881-1917] Nephew of John Thomas of Springfield, Midgley.

    During World War I, he served as a Private with the 2nd/7th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

    He died 17th September 1917 (aged 36).

    He was buried at Favreuil British Cemetery, France [Grave Ref I F 21].

    He is remembered on Luddenden & Midgley War Memorial

    Sutcliffe, Thomas HerbertRef 37-89
    [1892-1956] Son of Thomas Sutcliffe.

    He lived at Wynthorpe. Albert Street, Elland [1956].

    He died 19th August 1956.

    Probate records show that he left effects valued at £1,294 2/3d to his sister Florence Beatrice

    Sutcliffe, Thomas LucasRef 37-S1312
    [1884-19??] Eldest son of Thomas Sutcliffe.

    He was a wool merchant [1911] / partner in Sutcliffe & Company / a wool merchant with T. Lucas Sutcliffe.

    On 19th July 1911, he married ZaidÉ Brown.


    Zaidé came from Hull
     

    Sutcliffe, Thomas MitchellRef 37-263
    [1848-1901] Son of Robert Sutcliffe.

    Born 6th November 1848.

    Baptised 4th February 1849

    In [Q1] 1869, he married Betty Royds [1847-1899].

    Children:

    1. Hannah [b 1870]
    2. Robert [b 1870]
    3. John Arthur [b 1873]
    4. Emily [b 1875]
    5. Samuel [b 1880]
    6. Thomas Mitchell [b 1887]

    Betty (possibly) died in 1899.

    Thomas Mitchell died Q1 1901.

    The couple were (possibly) buried at Rochdale

    Sutcliffe, Thomas RichardRef 37-S431
    [1801-1864] Son of Mr Sutcliffe.

    Born in Skircoat.

    He was a corn miller at Hipperholme-cum-Brighouse / a farmer of 66 acres employing 4 men [1861] / a corn miller employing 22 men and 3 boys [1861] / a maltster employing 50 men [1861] / a partner in T. R. Sutcliffe & Sons / a partner in the Halifax Commercial Banking Company [1853].

    In 1829, he sold the flour milling business to Thomas Sugden.

    In May 1861, he was sworn in as a member of the grand jury of the West Riding Intermediate Sessions.

    He married Hannah [1806-18??].

    Children:

    1. Thomas William
    2. John Richard
    3. Edward
    4. Owen [1834-1848]
    5. Sarah [b 1837]
    6. Fanny [b 1838]
    7. Hannah [b 1840]
    8. Harriet [1841-1930] who never married
    9. Frederick

    The family lived at

    Members of the family were buried at St Martin's Church, Brighouse

    Sutcliffe, Thomas WalkerRef 37-248
    [1897-1915] Of 1 West Brook Terrace, Halifax.

    Born in Halifax [Q1 1897].

    He was educated at the Halifax Blue Coat School.

    During World War I, he served with the Royal Marine Light Infantry.

    He was killed in the Dardanelles [1st June 1915].

    He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, on the Blue Coat School Memorial - which says he was on HMS Victory – and on the Halifax Parish Church Church Members (WWI) Memorial

    Sutcliffe, Thomas WilliamRef 37-S2747
    [1829-1???] Son of Thomas Richard Sutcliffe.

    Born in Brighouse.

    He was a Land Surveyor [1851], and a corn miller and maltster [1861]. He was a partner in T. R. Sutcliffe & Sons [1865].

    He married Isabella Ann

    Sutcliffe, Thomas WilliamRef 37-249
    [1895-1918] Of 22 Seedlings Mount, Halifax.

    He emigrated to Canada [1908].

    During World War I, he served as a Private with the 20th Battalion Canadian Contingent.

    He was killed in action [1st September 1918] (aged 23).

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

    Sutcliffe, TitusRef 37-64
    [18??-1???] He was a beer retailer at 6 King Cross Street, Halifax [1880]


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

     

    Sutcliffe, Rev TobitRef 37-S146
    [1718-1803] Aka Tobias.

    Curate at Cross Stone [1744-1745] and Curate at Heptonstall [1744-1803].

    He was at Heptonstall during the period when John Wesley visited the area. He was initially first hostile to Wesley, but he later changed his attitude. An entry in Wesley's Journal for 18th April 1774 says


    The minister of Heptonstall [still Tobit Sutcliffe] sent me word that I was welcome to preach in his church. It was with difficulty we got up the steep mountain; and when we were upon it the wind was ready to bear us away. The church was filled, not with curious but serious hearers. No others would face so furious a storm
     

    He died 23rd February 1803.

    He was buried near the altar at Heptonstall Church

    Sutcliffe, TomRef 37-84
    [18??-191?] Of Todmorden.

    During World War I, he served with the Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

    He died in the conflict.

    He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

    Sutcliffe, TomRef 37-S467
    [1855-1930] Son of John Sutcliffe of Windle Royd, Warley.

    Born 30th June 1855.

    He wrote and photographed much about Warley and the Upper Calder Valley.

    Sutcliffe, TomRef 37-260
    [1898-19??] Son of Fred Sutcliffe.

    He was a member of Birchcliffe Baptist Sunday School, Hebden Bridge / a presser (ready made) [1911] / employed by Dewhirst & Company.

    He lived with his family at 3 Cambridge Street, Hebden Bridge.

    During World War I, he served as a Sergeant with A Company Royal Fusiliers.

    On April 27th 1918, he was reported missing since 25th March 1918.

    On 4th May 1918, it was confirmed that he was a POW in Germany.

    His photograph appears with reports of his story in the Halifax Courier [27th April & 4th May 1918]

    Sutcliffe, VineRef 37-185
    [1896-1916] Son of Mary Elizabeth & Charles Herbert Sutcliffe of 62 Lower Hollins, Sowerby Bridge.

    Born in Luddendenfoot [6th October 1896]

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

    He was killed in action [13th July 1916].

    He is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial, France [Grave Ref 6A & 6B]

    Sutcliffe, VivianRef 37-S1846
    [18??-19??] Of Thomas Sutcliffe & Son.

    He lived at Brentwood, Hebden Bridge [1905]

    Sutcliffe, W.Ref 37-69
    [18??-191?] Of Todmorden.

    During World War I, he served with the Lancashire Fusiliers.

    He died in the conflict.

    He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

    Sutcliffe, W.Ref 37-155
    [1886-1917] Son of Ellis Sutcliffe of Halifax.

    During World War I, he served as a Private with the 12th/13th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers.

    He died 19th October 1917 (aged 31).

    He was buried at Nine Elms British Cemetery, Belgium [Grave Ref VI C 15]

    Sutcliffe, WallaceRef 37-112
    [1893-1969] MM.

    Son of Fred Sutcliffe.

    Born in Halifax.

    He was a woolsorter at John Foster & Son Limited.

    In 1914, he married Agnes Lemmady Sutcliffe in Halifax.

    They lived at

    • 29 Clarendon Place, Ambler Thorn [1914]
    • Beggarington, Ambler Thorn

    During World War I, he enlisted in Bradford [November 1914], and served as a Corporal with the 6th Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment.

    He was awarded the Military Medal & Ribbons for bravery on the 1st of September 1916.

    His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [12th August 1916]

    He was promoted to Corporal in the field [October 1916].

    He was shot in the shoulder [November 1916], sent back to England [December 1916], and discharged [June 1917] as

    no longer physically fit for war service"

    He died in Bradford in 1969 (aged 77) 

    Sutcliffe, WalterRef 37-42
    [1861-1???] Son of Samuel Sutcliffe (clogger).

    He was a jeweller of St James's Road, Halifax [1885].

    On 29th January 1885, he married Emily Mallinson in Halifax.


    Emily was the daughter of
    Eliza Ann Mallinson
     

    Sutcliffe, WalterRef 37-251
    [1886-1917] Of Morpeth Street, Charlestown, Halifax.

    Son of Ellis Sutcliffe.

    He was a dyer's labourer.

    During World War I, he served as a Private with the 12th/13th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers.

    He died of wounds [18th October 1917] (aged 31).

    He was buried at Nine Elms British Cemetery, Belgium [Grave Ref VI C 15.]

    He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance.

    His brother Ellis Sutcliffe also died in the War

    Sutcliffe, WilfredRef 37-177
    [1897-1919] He enlisted [8th January 1914], and served as a Private with the Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

    He was discharged 11th November 1916 as no longer fit for service on account of TB in his right lung.

    He received a pension of 13/9d per week.

    He is remembered on Elland War Memorial

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-190
    [1882-1917] Son of James Sutcliffe.

    He was a member of St Bernard's Catholic Church, Halifax / a copper smith [1901] / a general labourer [1911] / employed at Swan Bank Brick Works.

    In 1916, he married Ellen Tretton [1882-19??] in Halifax.


    Ellen was born in Dewsbury.

    In 1911, she and her 2 children:

    1. James Tretton [b 1904]
    2. William Tretton [b 1907]

    were lodging with William

     

    Children:

    1. child

    The family lived at 11 Lower Gardens/Gardener's Square, Well Lane, Halifax [1911, 1917].

    Living with him [in 1911] were brother Thomas [b 1878] (general labourer), mother Margaret Sutcliffe [b 1850], and lodgers Mrs Ellen Tretton [b 1882] (rag sorter) & her 2 children.

    During World War I, he enlisted [27th March 1916], and served as a Private with the 2nd/4th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

    He went to France [9th January 1917].

    He was killed in action [17th March 1917].

    His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [31st March 1917].

    He was buried at Achiet-le-Grand Communal Cemetery Extension, France [Grave Ref III G 16].

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

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-196
    [1772-18??] Son of John Sutcliffe.

    Born in Soyland.

    He married Elizabeth (Betty) [1772-18??].

    Children:

    1. Jeremiah

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-3
    [1848-1898] Son of Joseph Sutcliffe.

    Born in Soyland.

    Baptised at St Mary's Church, Sowerby.

    He was a piecer cotton [1861, 1861] / an operative twister of cotton [1871] / a stone mason [1881] / a labourer [1882] / a railway porter [1891].

    In 1882, he married Susan Broadbent [1857-1???] at Halifax Parish Church.


    Susan, of Triangle, was the daughter of overlooker William Broadbent
     

    Children:

    1. Susan H. [b 1883] who was a cotton winder [1901]
    2. Arnold [b 1886] who was a silk dresser [1901]
    3. Edith May [b 1896]

    In 1881 William and his sister Martha [aged 30] (cotton winder) were living at Causey Head, Soyland.

    The family lived at

    • 1 Dam Side, Soyland [1891]
    • Oak Hill, Triangle [1898]
    • Stile, Sowerby [1901]

    His unmarried sister Martha was living with the family [1891, 1901].

    William was injured in a railway accident and died in Halifax Infirmary [1st April 1898]

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S1132
    [1800-1852] Of Bath.

    He was a descendant of the Sutcliffe family of Hoo Hole, Cragg Vale. He owned Scarbottom Mill, Mytholmroyd. He founded Mytholmroyd Church of England School. He was involved in the establishment of St Michael's Church, Mytholmroyd

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S3184
    [1???-18??] Solicitor of Hebden Bridge [1841]

    See Henry Foster

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-215
    [1???-182?] He was a weaver of Blackleygate, Erringden.

    He married Fanny [1795-1???].

    Children:

    1. Edward

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S18
    [16??-17??] Yeoman clothier.

    The family lived at

    In May 1696, he acquired Stansfield Hall, Todmorden from Elkanah Horton.

    He married Sarah.

    Children:

    1. Sarah [16??-1696] who married John Crossley
    2. William
    3. Robert
    4. John who lived at Higher Ashes, Cross Stone

    See Stansfield Hey, Ripponden

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S2999
    [16??-17??] Son of William Sutcliffe.

    He lived at Stansfield Hall, Todmorden [1712]

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S2504
    [1698-1???] Son of Robert Sutcliffe.

    Baptised at Heptonstall.

    On 26th February 1716, he married Dorothy Godby at Coley

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-16
    [17??-1???] Of Leeming Hall, Todmorden. Recorded on 13th February 1779, when he was allowed – by Todmorden Turnpike Roads – the sum of £26 5/- for road widening by 2 yards from his old barn to the gateway near Leeming Hall

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-19
    [17??-1???] He married Susan, daughter of Samuel Fielden.

    Children:

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-23
    [17??-1???] Of Heptonstall.

    He married (1) Unknown.

    Recorded in April 1785, when banns of marriage between him and Mary Driver were published at Heptonstall

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S713
    [17??-1???] Of Wood Bottom.

    He married Unknown.

    Children:

    1. Martha who married Samuel Sowden

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-225
    [17??-18??] Hatter in Halifax [1791]

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-235
    [17??-18??] Merchant at Ovenden.

    In July 1805, he was declared bankrupt

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S1868
    [17??-18??] He built Salt Pie Mill, Heptonstall

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S1869
    [17??-1803] Of Field Head, Stansfield.

    In 1796, he bought the Great House, Colden.

    Partner in George Widdop & Company.

    He married Grace, daughter of Henry Greenwood.

    Children:

    1. William [1772-1806]
    2. Mary who married John Foster
    3. Grace [1781-1805]
    4. John [1784-1805]

    A newspaper notice on 11th May 1805, announced

    DEATH: On [4th May 1805], Mr Sutcliff, of Field Head, near Halifax: his father, mother, and sister, have all died within a few months

    Sutcliffe, Rev WilliamRef 37-230
    [17??-1833] A Wesleyan Minister at Halifax.

    He wrote a pamphlet entitled The Trail of Cain

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-21
    [1750-1???]

    He married Unknown.

    Children:

    1. Betty [1775-1866] who married Thomas Law
    2. John

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-53
    [1775-1837] He married (1) Sally Gibson.

    Children:

    1. Anna [1807-1848] who married James Greenwood

    He married (2) Mary Eastwood.


    Mary was the daughter of William Eastwood
     

    Children:

    1. Thomas

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S1631
    [1776-1854] of Wood Lane Hall, Sowerby.

    He married Betty.

    Children:

    1. Sarah who married James Thomas Berry

    He was buried at Heptonstall Church with the family of James Thomas Berry

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-99
    [1777-1840] He married Sarah [1787-1820].

    Children:

    1. Emma [1810-1837]
    2. Maria [1813-1840]
    3. William
    4. Sarah [1818-1833]

    The family lived at Lower Laithe, Stansfield [1818, 1840].

    Sarah died 20th April 1820 (aged 33).

    William died 16th March 1840 (aged 63).

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

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-10
    [1782-1838] Known as Old Butch or Will Butch.

    Son of John Sutcliffe.

    Born at the Bay Horse, Cross Stone.

    He married Susan, daughter of Jeremiah Bottomley.

    Children:

    1. Susan

    He was landlord of the Lord Nelson, Cheapside Todmorden [from before 1818 till his death].

    When he died, his widow moved to live permanently at the Bay Horse with his brother James

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S3185
    [1786-18??]

    On 29th October 1812, he married Mary Ann Midgley.

    Children:

    1. Grace

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-167
    [1790-18??] He served with the 2nd Battalion 84th Foot York & Lancaster Regiment in the Peninsular War

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-168
    [1793-18??] He served with the 2nd Battalion 84th Foot York & Lancaster Regiment in the Peninsular War

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-103
    [18??-1???] He married Mary [18??-1???].

    Children:

    1. Sarah who married John Feather

    The family lived at Old Chamber, Erringden [1851]

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-38
    [18??-1???] Of Rastrick.

    He married Elizabeth.

    Children:

    1. Hannah [1857-1858] who died aged 11 months
    2. Lavinia [1853-1859]
    3. Annie [1865-1867] who died 7 aged 1 year and 11 months

    The children was buried at St Martin's Church, Brighouse

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-43
    [18??-1???] Of Halifax.

    He married Unknown.

    Children:

    1. Sarah Ann who married Henry Berry

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S1422
    [18??-18??] Owned Sutcliffe's Mill, Shay Lane [1867]

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S1819
    [18??-19??] Of R. Sutcliffe & Son.

    He lived at Harley Wood, Todmorden [1905]

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S1828
    [18??-19??] Partner in the Elland Window Cleaning Company [1905]

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S1850
    [18??-19??] Partner in L. Sutcliffe & Sons.

    He lived at Sackville Street, Hebden Bridge [1905]

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S1852
    [18??-19??] Engineer and machine maker at Hollins Tool Works, Sowerby Bridge [1905]

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S3065
    [18??-19??] JP.

    On 24th July 1907, he bought the Scaitcliffe Hall estate for £5,000

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S3319
    [1804-1868] Son of Job Sutcliffe.

    He was a plumber & glazier [18??].

    In 1851, he and his sister Ann were living with their brother John at The King's Head, Sowerby.

    He and Ann were licensees of The King's Head [1861, 1871].

    He never married.

    He died at The King's Head.

    He was buried at St Peter's Church, Sowerby [14th May 1868]

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S1168
    [1807-18??] Born in Stansfield.

    He was master at Popples School [1831-1866].

    He married Sarah [1809-1???]. Sarah was schoolmistress at the school.

    Children:

    1. Jane [b 1831]
    2. Susan [b 1833]
    3. William Henry
    4. Mary [b 1837]

    The family lived at Popples, Ovenden [1841]

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-124
    [1810-1864] Son of John Sutcliffe.

    Born in Stansfield.

    He was a solicitor [1861].

    On 22nd May 1845, he married Betty Thomas [1812-1899] at Hebden Bridge.


    Betty was born in Hebden Bridge, a member of the Thomas family of Broadbottom & Hebden Bridge
     

    Children:

    1. John Thomas
    2. James Thomas
    3. William Henry

    The family lived at Mytholmroyd [1861].

    William died 5th December 1864.

    Probate records show that he left effects valued at under £25,000.

    [Resworn under £30,000] The will was proved by his brother James Pearson Sutcliffe and John Thomas

    Betty died 29th December 1899.

    Members of the family were buried at Heptonstall Church

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S1641
    [1813-1883] Son of John Sutcliffe.

    He was a cotton manufacturer of Todmorden / partner in John Sutcliffe & Sons and William & John Sutcliffe.

    He owned Harley House Mill, Todmorden.

    He married Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Eastwood.

    Children:

    1. Thomas Eastwood [1840-1924]
    2. John Frederick [1842-1881]
    3. Sarah Elizabeth [b 1845]
    4. Hannah Mary [1846-1879]
    5. William Albert [b 1849]
    6. Charles Edwin
    7. Margaret Ann [1853-1898] married to Walter Lord
    8. Florence Edith [1856-1926] who married Will Lord
    9. Catherine Eastwood [1859-1940]

    The family lived at Greenhurst Hey, Todmorden

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S2671
    [1814-1885] Son of William Sutcliffe.

    Born in Stansfield.

    He was a land proprietor [1851] / a corn miller [1861]

    He owned Stansfield Corn Mill [1854].

    On 21st June 1838, he married Sarah Ingham at St Paul's Church, Cross Stone.


    Sarah was born in Stansfield, the daughter of John Ingham
     

    Children:

    1. Sarah [b 1839] who never married
    2. Mary [1841-1892]
    3. William
    4. John Ingham
    5. Anna Eliza
    6. Maria Isabella [b 1848] who married William Henry Petrie
    7. Arthur

    The family lived at Lower Laithe, Stansfield [1841 ... 1885].

    William died 7th May 1885.

    Probate records show that he left a personal estate valued at £30,669 15/8d.

    His will was proved by his widow Sarah Ann and son William;

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-121
    [1816-1880] He was a stone getter [1871].

    On 6th September 1846, he married Sarah Nowell [1820-188?] at Heptonstall Church.

    Children:

    1. Thomas
    2. Betty [b 1853] who was a cotton operative [1871]
    3. William [b 1855] who was a cotton warper [1871]
    4. John [b 1858] who was a labourer [1871]

    The children were baptised at St Thomas's, Heptonstall.

    The family lived at Winters, Stansfield [1871].

    William was buried at Heptonstall Church [17th April 1880]

    Sarah was dead by 1891

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-207
    [1817-187?] Born in Wadsworth.

    He was a worsted weaver [1841] / a hand loom weaver worsted [1851] / a cotton weaver [1861] / a mill scutcher [1871].

    He married Betty [1806-1???].


    Betty was born in Wadsworth
     

    Children:

    1. Sarah Ann [b 1836] who was a jenny piecener [1851]
    2. & married John Jackson
    3. Ann
    4. Mary
    5. James [b 1846] who was a cotton weaver [1861, 1871], a cotton warper [1881], a cotton weaver [1891]
    6. William [b 1849]

    The family lived at

    • Top o' th' Croft, Wadsworth [1841]
    • Croft Top, Clough Hole, Wadsworth [1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901]

    Living with them [in 1871, 1881] was grandson Fred Sutcliffe.

    Betty was a widow by 1881; William may have died in 1873 (aged 63), or in 1879 (aged 66).

    Living with them [in 1891] was grandson Edgar Sutcliffe.

    Living with daughter Ann (head of the household) at Top Croft, Wadsworth [in 1901] were sister Mary & nephew Edgar Sutcliffe

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S3174
    [1831-1879] Son of Jeremiah Sutcliffe.

    Born in Soyland.

    He was a cotton spinner / landlord of the Duke of York, Rastrick [1861, 1874] / landlord of the Upper George, Rastrick [1879].

    On 29th June 1851, he married Elizabeth Stott at Elland Parish Church.


    Elizabeth was the daughter of Isaac Stott
     

    Children:

    1. Mary Ellen [1861-1931] who married Thomas Blackburn
    2. Emma [b 1864] who never married and lived with her cousin Edwin Stott

    William died 15th January 1879.

    In 1881, Elizabeth was landlady of the Upper George

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S3294
    [1834-1869] Son of Ely Sutcliffe.

    In August 1855, he married Sarah, daughter of James Sugden, at the Methodist Chapel in Sowerby Bridge. Sarah's brother, John Sugden, married William's sister, Elizabeth.

    Children:

    1. Mary Eliza [b 1859] who married William Briggs
    2. Annie Elizabeth [b 1862]
    3. James Sugden [1865-1869]
    4. John Edward [1867-1880]

    William died [May 1869] of lung disease, and Sarah died in Greetland [December 1905] of kidney failure

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S1636
    [1836-19??] Corn miller at Stansfield Mill, Todmorden [1877]

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-261
    [1840-1905] Born in Cragg Vale / Erringden.

    He was a cotton twiner [1881, 1891].

    He married Betty [1836-1903].


    Betty was born in Cragg Vale / Sowerby
     

    Children:

    1. Sarah Jane [1868-25th September 1934] who was a cotton spinner [1881], a cotton reeler [1901], & married [Halifax Q3 1922] John William Speak
    2. Emma [1872-15th February 1958] who was a cotton reeler [1891], a cotton reeler [1901], & married [Halifax Q4 1918] Richard Wilcock
    3. Mary Annice [1874-7th October 1950] who was a cotton piecer [1891], a cotton twiner piecer [1901]
    4. Ellen [b 1877] who was a cotton piecer [1891], a cotton reeler [1901]

    The family lived at

    • Clayton's Buildings, Purlwell, Brookfoot [1881]
    • Purlwell, Brookfoot [1891]

    Betty died 19th June 1903 (aged 67).

    William died 2nd December 1905 (aged 65).

    He was buried at St John's Church, Cragg Vale, and remembered on the family grave at St Anne's Church, Southowram [Grave Ref: R-B26]

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S3016
    [1843-1920] JP.

    Son of William Sutcliffe.

    Born at Lower Laithe, Stansfield.

    He was a church officer and warden at St Paul's Church, Cross Stone [for over 50 years] / a corn miller (employer) [1885, 1911].

    On 29th March 1913, his employees made a presentation on the occasion of his 70th birthday.

    He never married.

    He lived at Lower Laithe, Stansfield [all his life].

    Living with him [in 1911] were his unmarried sister Anna Eliza, and nieces Edith May Petrie [b  1883] Ethel Winifred Petrie [b 1887].

    He died at Lower Laithe [17th December 1920].

    He was buried at St Paul's Church, Cross Stone [22nd December 1920].

    Probate records show that he left effects valued at £224,693 8/8d.

    Probate was granted to his sisters Sarah & Anna Eliza, and Ernest Stansfield (corn miller).

    In his will, he left bequests for several of his employees

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-197
    [1850-1898] Son of John Sutcliffe.

    On 15th April 1876, he married Alice [1850-1930] at Halifax Parish Church.

    Children:

    1. Eliza [1876-1952]
    2. Horace [b 1880]
    3. John William [b 1885]
    4. Edith Hannah [b 1887]
    5. Ada [b 1891]

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-S668
    [1859-19??] Born in Heptonstall

    He built Caldene Bridge, Mytholmroyd

    In [Q3] 1886, he married Marian Shackleton [1867-19??] in Todmorden.


    Marion was born in Hebden Bridge
     

    Children:

    1. Eva Maud [b 1888]

    The family lived at Stocks Hall, Mytholmroyd [around 1900, 1911].

    Living with them [in 1911] was James Sutcliffe Shackleton

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-154
    [1879-1915] Son of Emma & Greenwood Sutcliffe of 558 Victoria Terrace, Eastwood.

    Born in Hebden Bridge.

    He enlisted in the West Riding Regiment [28th November 1899], and served in South Africa [1900-1902]. He was discharged [29th November 1911] after serving 8 years with the colours and 4 years in the reserve.

    During World War I, he enlisted in Bury, Lancashire, and served as a Private with the 1st Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers.

    He was killed in action at Gallipoli [4th June 1915] (aged 36).

    He is remembered on the Helles Memorial, Gallipoli [Grave Ref 58-72 / 218-219]

    Sutcliffe, WilliamRef 37-70
    [1895-1915] Son of Hannah & Osborne Sutcliffe of West Peterboro', New Hampshire, USA.

    During World War I, he served as a Private with the 1st/5th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers.

    He died 5th June 1915 (aged 19).

    He is remembered on the Helles Memorial, Gallipoli [Grave Ref 58-72 / 218-219], and in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

    Sutcliffe, William A.Ref 37-224
    [18??-19??] General dealer at Hirst Street, Cornholme.

    In September 1899, he was declared bankrupt

    Sutcliffe, William AlbertRef 37-S1800
    [18??-19??] Of William & John Sutcliffe.

    He lived at East View, Lydgate [1905]

    Sutcliffe, William ArthurRef 37-S1555
    [1859-1927] Son of James Sutcliffe.

    Born in Sowerby Bridge.

    He was a woollen manufacturer [1889] / a partner in John Atkinson & Sons Limited [1890] / a woollen manufacturer (employer) [1897, 1911].


    Question: Was he the William Arthur Sutcliffe who was the founder of the Sowerby Bridge Musical Society?

     

    In 1888, he married Florence Maria Adams [1866-1944] in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire.


    Florence Maria was born in Enstone, Oxfordshire
     

    Children:

    1. child [who died before 1911]
    2. child [who died before 1911]
    3. Mary Constance [1889-1980] who married Percy Carter
    4. James Arthur [1890-1890]
    5. Donald Atkinson [1892-1966] who was learning woollen manufacturing [1911], a Captain in the Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment) [1917], a manufacturer [1927]
    6. Norman Arthur [1894-1894]
    7. Arthur Leslie
    8. Florence Kathleen [1898-1985]
    9. John Raymond [1903-1990] who was a manufacturer [1927]

    The children were born in Sowerby Bridge.

    The family lived at Westfield, Sowerby Bridge [1911, 1917, 1927].

    William Arthur died 1st December 1927.

    Probate records show that he left effects valued at £74,770 9/6d.

    Probate was granted to his children: Donald Atkinson, Arthur Leslie, John Raymond, and Mary Constance

    Sutcliffe, William BoothRef 37-S634
    [18??-1???] Partner in Sutcliffe & Dodgson.

    He is said to have been the town's first private car owner. In 1898, he owned a Mercedes Benz [or possibly a De Dion Bouton]

    Sutcliffe, William HenryRef 37-S1037
    [1835-1895] Son of William Sutcliffe.

    Born in Ovenden.

    He succeeded his father as master at Popples School [1866-1895].

    He was the last master at the school.

    In [Q2] 1866, he married Violetta Sutcliffe in Halifax.

    Children:

    1. Sarah Jane [b 1868]
    2. John William
    3. Elizabeth [b 1872]

    The family lived at

    • Popples, Ovenden [1871, 1881]
    • School House, Popples, Ovenden [1891]

    Members of the family are mentioned in the List of Local Wills: 1895

    Sutcliffe, William HenryRef 37-273
    [1847-1919] Son of Benjamin Sutcliffe.

    Born in Stainland.

    He was a cloth fuller [1871] / a woollen [linseys] manufacturer (employer) [1911].

    He married Elizabeth [1849-1916].


    Elizabeth was born in Stainland
     

    They had no children.

    They lived at Stainland [1911].

    William Henry died 20th July 1919 (aged 72).

    Elizabeth died 18th November 1916 (aged 67).

    The couple were buried at Providence Congregational Church, Stainland with his brother Benjamin Sutcliffe

    Sutcliffe, William HenryRef 37-S449
    [1854-1913] Son of William Sutcliffe.

    With his brother, John Thomas, he continued the family business after their father's death.

    On 17th February 1897, he married Mary Helena Greenwood.

    Children: sons including

    1. Harold
    2. Norman [b 1902]

    The family lived at Brearley House, Midgley [1913, 1946].

    William Henry died 8th February 1913 (aged 79).

    Probate records show that he left effects valued at £352,228 12/5d.

    Probate was granted to John Thomas Sutcliffe and James Sutcliffe-Thomas.

    Mary Helena died 11th August 1946 (aged 79).

    Members of the family were buried at Heptonstall Church

    Sutcliffe, William HenryRef 37-186
    [1856-19??] Born in Ovenden.

    He was a spinner overlooker (worsted) [1891] / a winding overlooker [1901] / a draper at 24 Thornton Street, Halifax [1907] / an agent (clothing club) [1911].

    He married (1) Unknown.

    Children:

    1. Herbert
    2. Fred [b 1889] who was an errand boy (grocer) [1901], an agent (clothing club) [1911] & married [1910] Mary Sophia [b 1889]

    William Henry was a widower by 1891.

    Around 1898, he married (2) Mary Jane [1855-19??].


    Mary Jane had a son by her first marriage: Harold Herbert Burnett [b 1883] who was a winder overlooker (cotton) [1901]
     

    The family lived at 19 Taylor Street, Halifax [1891, 1901, 1911].

    Living with them [in 1911] were son Fred, his wife Mary Sophia, and their daughter Edith [b 1911]

    Sutcliffe, William MitchellRef 37-S3195
    [1816-1885] Son of Thomas Sutcliffe.

    In 1860, he married Rachel Lister.


    Rachel was the daughter of George Lister
     

    Children:

    1. Thomas Mitchell [b 1862] who was a mechanic [1885]
    2. Emily [b 1863]
    3. George Lister
    4. Ada [b 1867]

    The family lived at Heptonstall.

    William died 14th October 1886.

    Probate records show that he left a personal estate valued at £1,200 13/5d.

    The will was proved by his widow Rachel and sons Thomas Mitchell and George Lister

    Sutcliffe, William RichardRef 37-151
    [1894-1917] Known as Willie.

    Son of Jane (née Stoney) & George Sutcliffe of 8 Walker's Square, Rastrick.

    Born in Huddersfield.

    He worked for Robert Dempster & Sons Limited.

    During World War I, he served as a Lance Corporal with the 18th Battalion Highland Light Infantry.

    He died 19th August 1917 (aged 23).

    He was buried at Templeux-Le-Guerard British Cemetery, France [Grave Ref II H 16].

    He is remembered on Brighouse War Memorial

    He is remembered on Rastrick War Memorial

    Sutcliffe, William ThompsonRef 37-34
    [1847-1???] Son of Thomas Sutcliffe, a corn miller.

    He was a corn merchant.

    On 26th August 1874, he married Kate Sutcliffe at Halifax Parish Church.


    Kate was the daughter of
    William Henry Thompson
     

    Sutcliffe, WillieRef 37-285
    [1878-19??] Son of James Sutcliffe.

    He was a carpet weaver siddal [1901, 1911].

    He married Alice Ann [1865-1???].

    Children:

    1. James
    2. Jessie [b 1905]
    3. Nellie [b 1910]

    The family lived at

    • 31 Whitegate Road, Siddal [1901]
    • 48 Springfield Terrace, Hipperholme, Halifax. [1911]

    Living with them [in 1901] was Willie's widowed mother Harriet

    Sutcliffe, WillieRef 37-246
    [1865-19??] Born in Huddersfield.

    He was a cloth finisher [1891, 1901, 1911].

    In 1887, he married Elizabeth Binns [1870-19??] in Halifax.


    Elizabeth was born in Norland
     

    Children:

    1. Eliza Annie [b 1889] who was a worsted spinner [1901] & married [1906] Arthur Kitchen
    2. Lily [1891] who died in infancy
    3. Eleanor / Helena [b 1894] who was a woollen feeder [1911]
    4. Joseph William
    5. Doris [b 1899] who was a worsted spinner [1911]
    6. Joshua Butterworth (Sutcliffe) [b 1904]
    7. Norman [b 1910]

    The family lived at

    • 2 Vale Street, Sowerby Bridge [1891]
    • 37 South Lane, Elland [1901]
    • 15 Turnpike Street, Elland [1911, 1917]

    Sutcliffe, WillieRef 37-169
    [1877-1914] Son of Emma Grace & John Sutcliffe of 9 Dalcross Street, West Bowling, Bradford.

    Born in Ovenden.

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

    He died 11th November 1914.

    He is remembered on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium [Addenda Panel 58]

    Sutcliffe, WillieRef 37-71
    [1885-1918] Son of Ruth & Robert Sutcliffe of Todmorden.

    During World War I, he served as a Private with the 10th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers.

    He died 31st March 1918.

    He is remembered on the Arras Memorial, France [Grave Ref 5], and in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

    Sutcliffe, WillieRef 37-213
    [1898-1919] Son of James Arthur Sutcliffe.

    Born in Soyland.

    He was a part-time scholar & cop twister [1911] / a cotton spinner with the Ripponden Commercial Company.

    Willie was underage when he enlisted [15th May 1913] into the Territorial Force 4th Battalion West Riding Regiment, claiming to be 17 years and 10 months old. He was discharged [1914], but re-enlisted [14th June 1915] into the 4th Battalion West Riding Regiment, but was discharged [4th April 1917] as

    physically unfit for War Service

    He died at Flat Head Farm, Soyland [22nd February 1919].

    He was buried at St Mary's Church, Cottonstones [25th February 1919].

    He is remembered on Ripponden War Memorial

    Sutcliffe, WilsonRef 37-61
    [18??-19??]

    In [Q4] 1896, he married Charlotte Shingler in Halifax.

    Children:

    1. Elsie [1898-1967] who married Gilbert Owen Pickles

    Sutcliffe, WinifredRef 37-S520
    [1900-19??] Youngest daughter of Arthur Sutcliffe.

    In 1923, she married Derrick Warden Milligan from Rusholme, Manchester at Todmorden Parish Church

    Sutcliffe, WrightRef 37-S3621
    [1814-1???] Son of Richard Sutcliffe.

    He was a weaver [1841] / a weaver (damask, worsted) [1851]

    He married Mary.

    Children:

    1. Sarah Ann [1840]
    2. Whitaker [b 1845]
    3. Wright [b 1847]
    4. Hannah [b 1850]

    The family lived at High Hirst, Wadsworth [1841]

    Sutcliffe, WrightRef 37-S1587
    [1825-1889] Son of Henry Sutcliffe.

    He was an overlookers in the carpet trade [1851] / a Brussels carpet weaver [1861] / a carpet weaver [1871] / a brass founder employing 5 men and 15 boys [1881]

    In 1865, he established Wright Sutcliffe & Son

    He married Ann [1829-1???] from Bradford.

    Children:

    1. Henry
    2. Sophia [b 1853]
    3. Ernest Charles
    4. Maria Ann [b 1861] who was a milliner [1881] & married William James Hookway
    5. Elizabeth [b 1863] who was a milliner's apprentice [1881]
    6. Emma [b 1865] who married Ernest Beswick

    The family lived at

    • 64 Green Lane, Halifax [1861]
    • Back of Green Lane, Halifax [1871]
    • 22 Craven Terrace, Halifax [1881]
    • 8 Craven Terrace, Halifax [1891]

    Sutcliffe, WrightRef 37-239
    [1871-1???] Son of Jonathan Sutcliffe, farmer.

    Born in Thornton, Bradford.

    He was a milk dealer of Travis, Thornton [1897] / a general farm labourer [1901] / a farmer [1911].

    In 1897, he married Louisa Bates [1871-1???] at St Peter's Church, Bradford (Bradford Cathedral).


    Louisa, of Priestley Hill, Queensbury, was born in Shibden, the daughter of James Bates, farmer
     

    Children:

    1. Jonathan
    2. Edith A [b 1900]
    3. Mary J [b 1902]

    The family lived at

    • 15 Travis, Thornton, North Bierley [1901]
    • Cloth Hall Farm, Soil Hill, Holmfield [1911, 1917]

     

    Sutcliffe surnameRef 37-1
    Other forms of the surname include Sutcliff, Sutliff, Sutliffe, Suttcliffe and Suttley.

    Entries for people with this and similar surnames are shown in a separate Foldout Recorded in 1274.

    Originated in the Sutcliffe area of Hipperholme.

    There are over 460 entries on the Calderdale Companion for people with the surname Sutcliffe, as discussed in this SideTrack. This count does not include other forms of the surname.

    Unattached BMDs for Sutcliffe:


    Marriages 1805, 1807, 1808, 1811, 1852, 1853, 1855, 1857, 1859, 1864, 1865, 1868, 1871, 1873, 1877, 1879, 1883, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1893, 1897, 1899, 1901, 1903, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1912, 1914, 1915, 1918, 1919, 1921, 1923, 1926, 1933, 1939, 1942; Deaths 1801, 1835, 1855, 1861, 1899, 1900, 1906, 1907; Deaths 1895, 1896
     

    The Sutcliffe family: ArmsRef 37-3616
    The arms of the Sutcliffe family includes
    a walking black elephant.

    Above the shield is a helmet and a half figure of a man, holding a vertical gold spear in his right hand, and with a red belt over his shoulder

    The Sutcliffe family of HeptonstallRef 37-1913
    The family owned much property in and around Heptonstall.

    The Heptonstall Church Registers record a Gamel de Zoetcliffe from whom this branch of the family is said to be descended.

    Members of the family included Joseph Sutcliffe and Gamaliel Sutcliffe

    See Great House, Colden

    The Sutcliffe family of TodmordenRef 37-1905
    The family owned much property in and around Todmorden from the 17th century.

    Thomas Sutcliffe was an important member of the family.

    See Higher Ashes, Cross Stone, Stansfield Hall, Todmorden and Stoodley Hall, Langfield



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