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Richard pickup hacking
« on: Monday 18 January 16 19:15 GMT (UK) »
Richard pickup hacking born possibly 1870-1871 in backup lancs
Married an Elizabeth cheddy 1872-1899
On 4th July 1891 Richard pickup was 21 years old Elizabeth was 19

At time of marriage he was a labourer and lived at 7 James street oswaldtwistle?
Elizabeth lived in a couple of houses down.
His father was also a Richard hacking but he was deceased at time of marriage.

In the 1901 census
There was 5 children he worked in a stone quarry was widowed and lived possibly number 14 Victoria street rishton with one boarder named Betsy cubit she was 19

In the 1911 census there was 6 children
He was a boarder
Along with his children
Now married?
The house belonged to a women named Livesey who I believe was also a widow?

Did this man remarry and have another child with someone
Why did he become a boarder in someone else's house and where did pickup come from can't find no death or birth certs with this odd name

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Re: Richard pickup hacking
« Reply #1 on: Monday 18 January 16 19:45 GMT (UK) »
there is another hacking with middle name pickup

 Percy Pickup Hacking b 6 Apr 1888 bap 16 May 1888 St Paul, Blackburn, Lancashire
son of Richard Ainsworth  & Alice Kate Hacking of 8 Ouzehead Terrace
Occupation: Solicitor's Clerk

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Re: Richard pickup hacking
« Reply #2 on: Monday 18 January 16 19:49 GMT (UK) »
There is a record for a marriage for Richard Pickup Hacking in 1907 Blackburn

Also a death for a Richard P Hacking Darwen Lancashire 1940

There's also a possible marriage in 1902 in Blackburn

And a possible Christening for William Hacking age 6 on the 1911 census

William Hacking bap 6 Nov 1904 St Peter's Church, St Paul's Church, Rishton, Lancashire
son of Richard Pickup  & Jane Hacking

If correct family the 1902 marriage could be the correct one as there is a Jane Alston on the list of names
Rogers-Buckinghamshire
Pitwell- Buckinghamshire
Fisher- Middlesbrough
Robinson-Middlesbrough
Foxton - Yorkshire
Carruthers - Scotland
Gibson - Northumberland

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Re: Richard pickup hacking
« Reply #3 on: Monday 18 January 16 19:52 GMT (UK) »
there is another hacking with middle name pickup

Percy Pickup Hacking b 6 Apr 1888 bap 16 May 1888 St Paul, Blackburn, Lancashire
son of Richard Ainsworth  & Alice Kate Hacking of 8 Ouzehead Terrace
Occupation: Solicitor's Clerk


The Pickup there comes from his mother's maiden name

Marriages Sep 1880   
 
Hacking    Richard Ainsworth       
Pickup    Alice Kate       
Blackburn    8e   584
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Re: Richard pickup hacking
« Reply #4 on: Monday 18 January 16 19:59 GMT (UK) »
Richard ainsworth hacking is child of Lawrence pickup who in turn is the son of another Lawrence hacking.

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Re: Richard pickup hacking
« Reply #5 on: Monday 18 January 16 20:01 GMT (UK) »
I note however that Richard pickup hacking was given middle name pickup long before the marriage of Richard ainsworth hacking to alice pickup and that Richard ainsworth was a solicitors clerk

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Re: Richard pickup hacking
« Reply #6 on: Monday 18 January 16 21:34 GMT (UK) »
Ok so it seems Richard pickup married three times and as far as I'm aware 5 kids with first wife two children with his second not sure about third I was thinking that about the Alston women too.

Richard was born ten years earlier then the marriage of that couple could it still be possible though if they had the child and named him that as he was there child?

Sorry if that doesn't make sense

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Re: Richard pickup hacking
« Reply #7 on: Monday 18 January 16 21:51 GMT (UK) »
From the 1907 marriage there is what looks like twins born to a Hacking and Cottam
Rogers-Buckinghamshire
Pitwell- Buckinghamshire
Fisher- Middlesbrough
Robinson-Middlesbrough
Foxton - Yorkshire
Carruthers - Scotland
Gibson - Northumberland

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Re: Richard pickup hacking
« Reply #8 on: Monday 18 January 16 22:01 GMT (UK) »
Can i just say on the 1911 census child Herbert Alston Hacking leaves us a clue!! Alston been his middle name would really make sense if his mother was Jane Alston
Rogers-Buckinghamshire
Pitwell- Buckinghamshire
Fisher- Middlesbrough
Robinson-Middlesbrough
Foxton - Yorkshire
Carruthers - Scotland
Gibson - Northumberland