Author Topic: John Tattersall b. 1821 Sabden, Lancashire  (Read 191 times)

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Re: John Tattersall b. 1821 Sabden, Lancashire
« Reply #9 on: Tuesday 20 September 22 17:38 BST (UK) »
I think the Richard and Elizabeth of Habergham Eaves are probably the couple married 1819 (Betty Nutter).

Your John born 1821 - his father Richard was shown as a Weaver on the baptism. Residence Blackmoss(?) Chapelry of Newchurch Parish, Whalley.

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Re: John Tattersall b. 1821 Sabden, Lancashire
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 22 September 22 19:17 BST (UK) »
I think the Richard and Elizabeth of Habergham Eaves are probably the couple married 1819 (Betty Nutter).

Your John born 1821 - his father Richard was shown as a Weaver on the baptism. Residence Blackmoss(?) Chapelry of Newchurch Parish, Whalley.

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John was baptised 18 Apr 1821 at Wesleyan Methodist, Clitheroe, Lancashire, England. On the 1841 census Richard is a Stone Quarry Man, on the 1851 Census he is a Ag Labourer and on his son John's Marriage Banns he is a Labourer and John a Stonemason, on the 1851 Census John is a Stonemason.

Where did you find the information that Richard is a weaver?

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Re: John Tattersall b. 1821 Sabden, Lancashire
« Reply #11 on: Friday 23 September 22 01:28 BST (UK) »
Richard is stated as a Weaver on the original copy of son John's baptism at Wesleyan Chapel, Clitheroe which can be viewed on FindMyPast.

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Re: John Tattersall b. 1821 Sabden, Lancashire
« Reply #12 on: Friday 23 September 22 15:57 BST (UK) »
I think the Richard and Elizabeth of Habergham Eaves are probably the couple married 1819 (Betty Nutter).

Your John born 1821 - his father Richard was shown as a Weaver on the baptism. Residence Blackmoss(?) Chapelry of Newchurch Parish, Whalley.

Annette

John was baptised 18 Apr 1821 at Wesleyan Methodist, Clitheroe, Lancashire, England. On the 1841 census Richard is a Stone Quarry Man, on the 1851 Census he is a Ag Labourer and on his son John's Marriage Banns he is a Labourer and John a Stonemason, on the 1851 Census John is a Stonemason.

Where did you find the information that Richard is a weaver?

Richard may have been a handloom weaver.
A family I researched who lived in another Lancashire village at the same time as Richard and John Tattersall were farmers, weavers and quarrymen. They occupied small farms. The men were weavers during the early 19th century and quarry men during the second half of the century when nearby small settlements grew into towns. When weaving was a cottage industry, men wove and female family members spun. Expansion of mills caused handloom weaving to decline.     
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Re: John Tattersall b. 1821 Sabden, Lancashire
« Reply #13 on: Friday 23 September 22 16:39 BST (UK) »

Your John born 1821 - his father Richard was shown as a Weaver on the baptism. Residence Blackmoss(?) Chapelry of Newchurch Parish, Whalley.


Newchurch in Pendle, a village in the civil parish of Goldshaw Booth, adjacent to Barley, south of Pendle Hill. https://lan-opc.org.uk/Pendle/Newchurch-in-Pendle/index.html
Goldshaw Booth/Newchurch-in-Pendle
https://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/LAN/NewchurchinPendle
Newchurch in Pendle is about 2 miles from Sabden.
https://www.genuki.org.uk/node/1731/places/2

Brief history of Sabden. Parish of Sabden was known as Heyhouses. Anglican church built 1841. A cotton factory was established around 1790.
https://lan-opc.org.uk/Sabden/index.html
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