The Patchett family in the Glossop area.
The Patchett family had a long history
in the Halifax area before coming to Glossop.
Patchett married Joan Milner (died 1509). They had a son, Richard
Patchett, born in Midgley who also had a son named Richard Patchett.
Richard Patchett, who died in 1553 and was buried in Halifax married
Elizabeth Pilkington (died 1554). They had a son named John Patchett.
Patchett lived in Midgley. He died in 1582 and was buried in Halifax.
His son was also John (born 1542).
Patchett married Grace Oldfield in 1574 in Halifax. They had a son,
Gregory Patchett, born in 1586. John Patchett died in 1613.
Patchett married Grace Rawden in 1614 in York. They had a son, John
Patchett, born in 1616. Gregory Patchett held the office of Constable
in Luddenden. He died in 1684 and was buried in Luddenden.
Patchett married Mary Sharples and they had a son, another Richard,
in 1656. John and Mary lived at Milnehouse (later known as Mill
House) in Luddenden. John died in
and was buried in Luddenden.
Patchett married Judith Midgley in 1682 in Halifax. Their son was
also Richard, born in 1683. Richard and Judith lived at Milnehouse
until 1686, Richard dying in 1728 and being buried in Luddenden.
Richard Patchett born in 1683 married Grace Greenwood in 1706 in
Luddenden. They had a son, Abraham Patchett, in 1724. Richard was a
victualler at the White Swan, Luddenden, later known as the Lord
Nelson. He died in 1728 and was buried in Luddenden.
Patchett left Midgley/Luddenden for Hebden Bridge. He was a weaver of
Wadsworth when he married Grace Sutcliffe in 1744. Their son, George,
was born in 1753. When Abraham died, in 1762, he was landlord of the
King's Farm Inn, later the White Lion, in Hebden Bridge. He was
buried in Heptonstall.
Patchett, born in 1753, lived at Hebden Bridge, Wadsworth &
Stansfield. He married Susannah Halstead in 1771 in Heptonstall.
Their son, Richard Patchett, was born in 1784. George Patchett died
in 1816 and was buried in Heptonstall.
Patchett (who died in 1844) married Jane Rhodes in 1806. They lived
at New Road Bottom, Heptonstall and had a son, George, in 1810. It
was this George who moved to Glossop.
Patchett was born in 1810 in Hebden Bridge. He married Sarah (Sally)
Greenwood (born 1812 in Heptonstall) in 1833 at Hebden Bridge. They
had six children:
Patchett born 1833.
Patchett baptised in 1837. The 1841 census gives her age as 5.
Patchett born 1838.
Patchett born 1841.
Patchett born 1846 in Glossop. The 1861 census lists her as aged 16,
a dress maker.
Patchett born 1849 in Glossop. The 1861 census lists her as aged 12,
is found as a beer seller near Hebden Bridge in 1838. The family
moved to Glossop between 1839 & 1841. George was a quarryman,
later becoming a beer retailer at Dinting Vale and living at Chapel
Street, Glossop. The1841 census has him as a 30 year old Fustian Cutter at
Long Lane, Charlesworth. In the 1861 census he is aged 51, a butcher
at High Street, Glossop, later moving to number 5 High Street East. He died on 30 December 1879 and was buried
in Glossop Cemetery
continued to live at 5 High St East. She died on 5 February 1897 and
was buried in Glossop Cemetery.
Patchett was born in 1833 in Hebden Bridge. He married Margaret
Hadfield, daughter of John Hadfield and Ann Gee (see A Hadfield family of Whitfield), on 28 November 1859 in
St Paul's Church, Stayley and they had
Patchett born 1860.
Patchett born 1862 in Glossop, died 15 April 1888, buried in Glossop
Patchett born 1868.
Patchett born about 1871 in Glossop.
Patchett born 17 July 1879.
was a twine maker and brickmaker before becoming a butcher. He is
listed in the 1861 census as a 27 year old butcher at 175 High Street
and in 1871 & 1881 at 36 High Street West, Glossop. He died on 20
September 1884 and was buried in Glossop Cemetery.
carried on the butchery business after Abraham died but didn't live
on the premises. In the 1891 census she was living at 40 Talbot
Street, a widowed butcher. By the time of the 1901 census she appears
to have retired as she is shown as aged 64, a widow at 48 Hollincross
Lane. In the 1911 census she is ages 72 living with daughter Janet
and her husband at 98 St Mary's Road. She was living at 53 Clarence
Road, Chorlton-cum-Hardy when she died on 13 May 1930. She was buried
on 15 May 1930 in Glossop Cemetery.
Patchett was born in 1838 in Hebden Bridge. He lived in Hollingworth
and was a brick maker. He and his wife Sarah had six children:
Henry Patchett born 1868. Lived in Denton.
Patchett born 1871.
Patchett born 1873.
Patchett born 1876.
Patchett born 1878. She married Frank Sidebottom.
Patchett born 1882.
died in 1893 and Sarah in 1916. Both were buried in Glossop Cemetery.
Patchett was born in 1841 in Charlesworth. He married Selina Wilby
Beaumont, born 1854 in Manchester and they had six children:
Patchett born 1875 in Hadfield.
Patchett born 1880 in Hadfield. He married Ethel E Kibler (born
1907). They lived in Mottram. Aquilla died in 1960 and Ethel in 1971.
Both were buried in Mottram.
Patchett born 1883. She died in 1901 and was buried in Glossop
Patchett born 1885.
Patchett born 1888.
Patchett born 1891.
and Selina live at 32 Station Road, Hadfield. Henry was a brickmaker
and butcher. He died in 1907 and was buried in Glossop Cemetery.
of Abraham Patchett.
Patchett was born in 1860 at Littlemoor, Glossop. He married Emily
Crook (born 1863, daughter of William Crook and Martha North) in 1888
at Godley, Hyde and they had seven children:
Patchett born 1890.
Crook Patchett born 1891. He died on 16 August 1916 in the Battle of
the Somme, France and was buried in Serre Rd Cemetery No 2, a private
in the, 9th Company, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry). He is commemorated
on the war memorial at Top Chapel, Charlesworth.
Patchett born 1892.
Patchett born 1893.
Patchett born and died in 1894, buried at Mottram.
Patchett born 1896 and died 1961, buried in Glossop Cemetery.
Patchett born 1900 and died 1961.
Patchett worked in the family business at 36 High Street West. In the
census of 1891 he was a butcher living alone there aged 30. He was
also a commercial traveller. The family home was 48 Howard Street,
Glossop when William was killed in 1916. George was buried in
died in 1953.
Patchett was born in 1868 in Glossop. He and his wife Elizabeth (born
about 1865) had two children:
Patchett born 1897, died 1923, buried in Glossop Cemetery.
Patchett born 1889 in Glossop, killed in action 21 August 1915.
1891 census shows Arthur aged 23, a butcher at 6 High Street West,
Patchett was born on 17 July 1879 in Glossop. In the 1901 census she
was aged 22, a draper's assistant living with her mother. She married
James William Fernaly, born 8 February 1871 in Glossop, and they had
a daughter named Mavis, born on 21 June 1910 in Glossop. James was a
letterpress printer. In 1911 the family was at 98 St Mary's Road,
Glossop. In the 1939 register James was retired and Mavis a shorthand
typist, the family living at 229 King's Road, Manchester.
of Joshua Patchett.
Patchett was born in 1873. He married Ann Garside, born 1870. They
lived in Hollingworth where they had four children:
Patchett born 1902. She married Jack Barratt. Clara died in 1985 and
was buried in Mottram.
Patchett born 1907.
Patchett born 1911.
died in 1925 and Ann in 1945, both buried in Mottram.
Patchett was born in 1876. He married Clara Roe, born 1877. They
lived in Staleybridge where they had four children:
Henry Patchett born 1902. He married Edna Fitzgerald. George died in
Brook Patchett born 1907.
Patchett born 1910 and died 1988.
Patchett born 1922.
Patchett died in 1934 and Clara in 1937, both buried in Glossop
of Henry Patchett.
Patchett was born in 1885 and became a butcher in Station Road,
Hadfield. He married Agnes Torkington and they had two daughters:
Patchett born 1916.
Patchett. She married William Parker.
Patchett was born in 1888 and became a butcher in Charlesworth in the
1920s. He married Mary E Campbell, born 1891, and they had six
Patchett. She married George Mills.
Henry Patchett born 1920.
C Patchett. She married Donald Trotman.
George Patchett born 1928.
Patchett died in 1964. Mary died in 1983 and was buried at
Charlesworth Independent Chapel.
of George Patchett.
Patchett was born in 1890 and died in 1969. He married Ann Hall in
1919 in Hadfield. She was born in 1890 and died in 1967. They lived
Patchett was born in 1892. He married Ada Wright.
Patchett was born in 1893 and died in 1976, being buried on 14 April
1976 in Glossop cemetery, aged 82. She married Edmund Coop in 1924 in
Dinting Church. He died in 1940 and was buried on 12 November 1940
in Glossop Cemetery, aged 46. Louie worked at Maconochies, Hadfield
in the late 1940s.
of Joshua Patchett.
Patchett was born in 1907 and died in 1957. He married Alice Crombie,
born in 1911, died 2 December 2001. They lived in Holingworth.
Patchett was born in 1911, died in 1971 and was buried in Mottram.
His wife's name was Freda.
of Edwin Patchett.
Brook Patchett was born in 1907 and died in 1988. He married Mary
of Tom Patchett.
Patchett was born in1916. She married Sidney Kennington.
of Abram Patchett.
Henry Patchett was born in 1920. He married Hilda Higginbotham and
they lived in Denton.
Patchett. His wife's name was Rita. They lived in Leominster.
George Patchett was born in 1928 and died on 1 June 2006 in Shire
Hill Hospital, Glossop, being buried on 15 June 2006 at Charlesworth
Independent Chapel. He married Margaret Rose Kelly (born about 1935)
in 1956. She died on 15 August 2003 in Bodelwyddan Hospital, North
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