A Goodison family of Glossop and a Warhurst family of Hadfield.
Goodison and his wife Anna (who, according to parish register
entries, lived in Padfield and Glossop) had five children:
Goodison, baptised 9 July 1708.
Goodison, baptised 27 October and buried 29 October 1716 in Glossop.
Goodison, baptised 22 March 1718 in Glossop.
Goodison, baptised 2 December 1721 in Glossop.
Goodison, baptised 5 May 1724.
Goodison was baptised on 9 July 1708 in Glossop parish church. Parish
register entries describe him as of Glossop and Whitfield and give
his occupation variously as Linen weaver, Husbandman and Farmer. He
married Elizabeth Creswel on 6 August 1731 in Glossop. She was the
daughter of John and Martha Creswel and had been baptised on 28 March
1710 in Glossop Parish Church. John and Elizabeth had seven children:
Goodison, baptised 10 March 1733 in Glossop.
Goodison, baptised 17 March 1735 in Glossop.
Goodison, baptised 7 Nov 1742 in Glossop.
Goodison. She married James Harrison of Whitfield (son of John of
Whitfield, farmer) and they had a son named Joseph Harrison who was
baptised on 16 September 1783 in Glossop.
Goodison, born about 1745.
Goodison, baptised 20 December 1751.
Goodison, baptised 8 October 1757 in Glossop.
Goodison died 29 June 1782 and was buried 3 July 1782 in Glossop
Goodison, born about 1745. Her age is calculated from the fact that
she was buried on 26 April 1832 at Glossop Parish Church and her MI
says she was 87 when she died. She married Jesse Warhurst (son of
Thomas Warhurst, a carpenter and joiner, of Hadfield) on 1 January
1770 in Glossop Parish Church. They had three children:
Warhurst born about 1771.
Josral Warhurst born 7 March 1784.
Warhurst born 18 July 1787, baptized 4 February 1788 in Glossop.
Goodison, baptised 20 December 1751. She married William Hadfield on
8 Jan 1775 (see A Hadfield family of Whitfield).
Warhurst, born about 1771. Her age is calculated from the fact that
she died on 2 February 1845 and was aged 74 according to the register
index. The 1841 census lists a Caranapoch Bramhall aged 70.
had a daughter, Emm Warhurst, who was baptised on 15 November 1789 in
Mottram as the illegitimate daughter of Keren-Happuch Warhurst of
married John Garlick of Lower Barn on 23 August 1790 in Manchester
Cathedral. Kerenhappuch was pregnant when John died “of a
bloody flux”, aged 22, on 1 March and was buried on 4 March
1791 in Glossop church yard. She gave birth to a daughter, Nancy
Garlick, who was baptised on 27 March 1791 in Mottram as the daughter
of Keren-happuch Garlick of Lower Barn. Nancy died on 14 July and was
buried on 16 July 1792 in Glossop church yard.
then married Joseph Bramhall on 22 November 1792 in Glossop (see A Bramhall family of Glossop and Hadfield).
Warhurst was born on 7 March and baptised on 31 May 1784 in Glossop.
His name is recorded as Jezareel in baptism entries.
married Ann Bridge on 6 October 1803 in Glossop Parish Church and
they had nine children:
Warhurst born 28 October 1803.
Warhurst born 11 July and baptised 18 August 1806 in Glossop Parish
Esau and Jacob Warhurst born 24 May 1808 in Little Padfield and
baptised 2 March 1813 in Glossop Parish Church.
Warhurst born in Little Padfield and baptised 2 March 1813 in Glossop
Warhurst baptised 15 October 1815 in Glossop Parish Church.
Warhurst born in Little Padfield and baptised 29 September 1817 in
Glossop Parish Church.
Ann Warhurst born in Little Padfield and baptised 9 April 1820 in
Glossop Parish Church. In the 1871 census she is living with Nancy, a
52 year old unmarried cotton winder born in Padfield, recorded as a
boarder. In the 1881 census she is living with Hannah Platt's family (see below), recorded as her aunt.
Goodison Warhurst born in Padfield, baptised 4 May 1822 in Glossop
Parish Church. He was buried in the same grave at Glossop Parish
Church as a Timothy Warhurst (born 1767 and buried 13 Sep 1848 aged
Warhurst was born on 28 October 1803 and baptised on 4 January 1804
in Glossop Parish Church. The 1871 census shows her as a 67 year old
unmarried housekeeper born in Hadfield.
had a daughter named Hannah Warhurst who was baptised on 9 August
1832 at Glossop parish church. Hannah married John Platt, son of
George Platt and Nancy Dewsnap (see The Platt family of Glossop).
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