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Title: Help!
Post by: StalyJason on Monday 18 October 21 15:31 BST (UK)
Hi all  and good afternoon. I'm trying to track down a relative for a friend of mine so I wondered if  anyone here could help? The person is a Garibaldi Taylor, around the early years of the Twentieth Century. He lived it's belueved at 19 Boundary Lane, Chorlton -upon-Medlock, Manchester. At the moment that's the only info I have.

Many thanks,

Jason.
Title: Re: Help!
Post by: rosie99 on Monday 18 October 21 15:37 BST (UK)
This one  :-\
Deaths Mar qtr 1911 
Taylor    Garibaldi    age 44   
Manchester    8d   127
Title: Re: Help!
Post by: Cas (stallc) on Monday 18 October 21 15:40 BST (UK)
This one is living at that address in 1901

Garsbaldi Taylor   33 London
Annie Taylor   32, Manchester
Edna Taylor   8 "
Harold Taylor   5 "
Wallace Taylor   2 "
Annie Taylor   3mths "
Agnes Edger   13
Title: Re: Help!
Post by: aghadowey on Monday 18 October 21 15:41 BST (UK)
Might be more than one-
https://www.familysearch.org/search/record/results?q.givenName=garibaldi&q.surname=taylor
Title: Re: Help!
Post by: Cas (stallc) on Monday 18 October 21 15:43 BST (UK)
Garibaldi Taylor, 24, over looker. Address for both 33 Hill St
Marriage Date:   26 Dec 1890
Marriage Place:   Hulme, Holy Trinity, Lancashire, England
Father:   Benjamin Taylor (dec), pattern card maker.
Spouse:   Annie Clegg, 23, waterproof maker, father Henry Clegg, Joiner

Edit - 1911 Annie at same address as 1901 a widow.
Title: Re: Help!
Post by: Cas (stallc) on Monday 18 October 21 15:51 BST (UK)
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/151963451/garabaldi-taylor

Died 6 Jan 1911
Title: Re: Help!
Post by: StalyJason on Monday 18 October 21 18:36 BST (UK)
Thank you all so far. That's brilliant info. Is there anything anyone can find predating his marriage in 1890?
Title: Re: Help!
Post by: Mabel Bagshawe on Monday 18 October 21 20:10 BST (UK)
1871

Ref: piece 329, folio 54, page   15

12 Hays Building, Hackney

Benjamin Taylor    46    b Nottingham, box maker
Mary Taylor           44    b Pontefract
Benjamin Taylor    19    b Islington, box maker
Kate Taylor            17    b Islington
Mary Taylor            15     b Kingford scholar
James Taylor            12     b Clerkenwell, scholar
Lizzie Taylor             9     b Clerkenwell, scholar
Garibaldi Taylor      7    b Dalston, scholar
Henry Taylor             5    b Islington, scholar
Rose Taylor             3    b Clerkenwell, scholar
Title: Re: Help!
Post by: Mabel Bagshawe on Monday 18 October 21 20:17 BST (UK)
There's an older daughter Frances b Manchester c1849 on the 1861 census. I;ve found them in 1851 in Islington, so they moved down soon after her birth

Frances marries in Chorlton upon Medlock in 1878, which suggests they've moved up there. Can;t find garibaldi in 1881 yet [Added - although mother Mary and James, Lizzie, Harry and Rose are living with Frances and husband Andrew Owen in 1881]
Title: Re: Help!
Post by: StalyJason on Tuesday 19 October 21 00:22 BST (UK)
Thank you so much Mabel. That's wonderful. Could you possibly include the details of those 1851 and 1861 Censuses?
Title: Re: Help!
Post by: Mabel Bagshawe on Tuesday 19 October 21 08:22 BST (UK)
1851 - No 1 Sydney St, Goswell St, Clerkenwell

Benjamin Taylor    38 - stationer b Yorkshire
Mary Taylor    25 - b Nottingham
Francis Taylor    12 Mo - b Manchester

Ref: HO107; 1519; 138; 47;

(I think they've got the parents' birthplaces the wrong way round)


1861 - 59 Brick Lane, St Luke

Benjm Taylor    35 - fancy box maker b Nottingham  [image looks like 38!]
Mary Taylor    33  b Pontefract
Frances Taylor    11 - fancy box maker b Manchester
Benjm Taylor    9 - b CLerkenwell
Kate Taylor    7 - b Islington
Mary Taylor    4  - b Chingford
Henry Taylor    2   - b Chingford

Ref: RG 9; 204; 102; 4;

Title: Re: Help!
Post by: StalyJason on Tuesday 19 October 21 11:46 BST (UK)
Mabel you are a treasure! Thank you so much
Jason
Title: Re: Help!
Post by: Maiden Stone on Tuesday 19 October 21 13:58 BST (UK)
Might be more than one-
https://www.familysearch.org/search/record/results?q.givenName=garibaldi&q.surname=taylor

Garibaldi Taylor was born around the time of Giuseppe Garibaldi's visit to England 1864.
https://www.historytoday.com/archive/garibaldi-and-england.

A feature about him on National Trust website.
"Why did Giuseppe Garibaldi become a Victorian celebrity?"
https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/features/why-did-giuseppe-garibaldi-become-a-victorian-celebrity