A Hyde family of Holehouse and Whitfield.
Thomas Hyde, born at Werneth on 15 January 1797, was the son of Mary Hyde. He was baptised on 19 February 1797 in Hyde Presbyterian Chapel. He married Martha Hadfield, born about 1795, on 28 July 1816 in Glossop Parish Church. They initially lived at Whitle Bank, where Thomas was
recorded as a crofter when Elizabeth was baptised, and then moved to Holehouse, where Thomas became a cotton spinner. They had five identified children:
Elizabeth Hyde, baptised 13 December 1818 in Mellor.
Sarah Hyde, born about 1821. Recorded as a piecer, aged 20, in the 1841 census but no subsequent record found.
John Hyde born about 1823.
Joseph Hyde born about 1825.
Wright Hyde, buried aged 2 weeks on 15 June 1828 in Mellor.
Martha died aged 33 and was buried on 26 October 1828 in Mellor.
Thomas remarried, to Elizabeth Cook, born in Mellor about 1803, on 3 October 1830 in St Michael's, Ashton under Lyne. Thomas and Elizabeth had ten identified children:
George Hyde born about 1831.
Thomas Hyde born about 1832.
Mary Hyde born about 1833.
Henry Hyde born about 1834.
Hannah Hyde, baptised on 22 May 1836 in Mellor. She is recorded with her parents in the censuses of 1841, 1851 and 1861 but has not been identified subsequently.
Eliza Hyde, born 18 June and baptised 30 July 1837 in Mellor. She died aged 23 and was buried on 6 September 1860 at Charlesworth Independent Chapel.
Amelia Hyde, born 1839. She is recorded with her sisters Jane and Eliza at 13 Queen Street, Glossop, in the census of 1871 and with her mother at Princess Street in the 1881 census. She married Albert Cross, born about 1836 in Edenfield, Lancashire (son of John Cross), on 3 September 1882 in Hayfield parish church. Albert had been recorded in the 1881 census as a widowed print works engraver at Print Works with his children at 5 Pikes Lane (one of whom, Elizabeth, married Walter Oliver in 1883, see The Oliver family of Chapel en le Frith, Ludworth and Glossop). In 1891 they had moved to 13 Pikes Lane. Albert died aged 63 and was buried on 7 March 1899 in Glossop cemetery. In the 1901 census Amelia was aged 61 at 4, Rough Lee Road, Accrington, Haslingden where she had a lodger. She died aged 70 on 29 June 1910 in Accrington and was buried on 2 July 1910 in Glossop cemetery.
Martha Hyde, born 1842 in Chisworth. Not identified following the 1871 census where she is recorded as age 29, a visitor with brother Ralph in Salford.
Jane Hyde born 1843.
Ralph Hyde, baptised 21 June 1846 in Mellor. He started as a cotton weaver but by the 1871 census had become a grocer, aged 25, at 66 Silk Street, Salford. He married widow Maria Haddock, born about 1841 in Baxenden (daughter of Thomas Rostron), on 8 August 1875 in Mottram in Longdendale. Ralph was described as a 29 year old baker and Maria as a 34 year old widowed grocer (both of Hollingworth) when they married. In the 1881 census they are recorded running a grocery business at 94 Silk Street, Salford. By 1891 they had retired and are recorded at 13 Conran Street, Moston (house of Arthur Peel, nephew). In the 1901 census they are recorded at Grange Head, Ashton upon Mersey and in the 1911 census at 45 Leach Lane, St Annes Maria died in 1918 and Ralph Hyde on 12 December 1923, both in St Annes. Ralph's final address was 180 St Alban's Road, St Annes.
Thomas Hyde died aged 72 and was buried on 13 June 1869 at Charlesworth Independent Chapel.
Elizabeth was recorded in the 1871 census as age 68, staying with Ralph at Salford. Ten years later, when her birthplace was given as Ludworth, she was at Princess Street, Glossop.
Elizabeth died aged 80 and was buried on 19 January 1883 at Charlesworth Independent Chapel aged 80.
John Hyde was born in Charlesworth and baptised on 8 June 1823 in Mellor. He married Ann Cooper, born 11 February 1827 in Chisworth and baptised 1 July 1827 at Charlesworth Independent Chapel, Charlesworth (daughter of John Cooper and Betty Rowbottom) in 1851 in Ashton under Lyne. John was a cotton spinner whilst Ann was a milliner and then a dressmaker. They moved to Glossop, initially George Street (1861) and then 61 Chapel Street (1871). They had two identified children:
Jesse Hyde born 12 July 1860.
Martha Ann Hyde, born 14 June 1871 in Glossop.
John Hyde died aged 49 and was buried on 7 November 1872 at Charlesworth Independent Chapel.
Ann moved back to Holehouse, being recorded as a 54 year old dressmaker there in the 1881 census. She died in 1885.
Joseph Hyde was born in Charlesworth and baptised on 2 October 1825 in Mellor. He married Sarah Gledhill, born on 29 March 1829 in Stainland, Yorkshire and baptised on 10 May 1829 in St Mary's, Elland (daughter of Thomas Gledhill and Rebecca Norcliffe), on 7 July 1855 in St John's, Charlesworth. They had one identified child:
Mary Jane Hyde, born in 1858 in Glossop. She died aged 13 and was buried on 19 October 1872 in Glossop cemetery.
The family hasn't been found in 1861 but by the time of the 1871 census they were at 56 St Mary's Road, Glossop where Joseph was a cotton spinner. By the census of 1881 they had moved to 38 Pearson Street, Broughton, Salford, where they had a grocer's shop. They were still there ten years later.
Joseph Hyde died in Salford aged 66 and was buried on 3 June 1891 in Glossop cemetery.
Sarah died in Salford aged 70 and was buried on 17 August 1899 in Glossop cemetery.
George Hyde was born in Chisworth and baptised on 27 April 1831 in Mellor. He and his wife Elizabeth (born about 1831) had two identified children:
James William Hyde, died 24 July 1858 aged 10 days, buried 27 July 1858 at Charlesworth Independent Chapel aged 12 days, of Dry Mount.
Elizabeth Hannah Hyde, died 8 January 1857, buried at Charlesworth Independent Chapel aged 14 days, of Glossop.
Elizabeth (of Dry Mount) died aged 26 on 12 August and was buried on 14 August 1858 at Charlesworth Independent Chapel.
George Hyde was buried on 29 July 1875 at Charlesworth Independent Chapel.
Thomas Hyde was born in Chisworth and baptised on 23 September 1832 in Mellor. He married Nancy Bennett, baptised 8 December 1831 in Glossop (daughter of Robert Bennett and Mary Bradbury, see The Bennett family of Whitfield), on 2 February 1864 in St George's, Hyde. They settled in Whitfield, being recorded at 19 Queen Street in the 1871 census and at Ebenezer Street ten years later. They had three identified children:
Joseph Hyde born 17 September 1864.
John Thomas Hyde born 30 March 1870.
Mary Elizabeth Hyde born 18 December 1871.
Thomas Hyde died on 6 May 1888 in Glossop aged 56 and was buried at Charlesworth Independent Chapel.
Nancy is recorded in the 1891 census aged 60 at 31 Pikes Lane, widow. She died aged 67 of pneumonia on 11 April 1899 and was buried on 14 April 1899 at Charlesworth Independent Chapel.
Mary Hyde was born in Chisworth and baptised on 28 July 1833 in Mellor. She married John Allen Parker, born about 1831 in Stockport (son of Alexander Parker), on 10 February 1861 in Mottram in Longdendale. They are recorded in the 1861 census at Queen Street, Whitfield (next door to Mary's parents) and the years later at 15 Queen Street. They had three identified children:
Thomas Parker, born 31 May 1863 in Glossop, baptised 9 July 1863 in Howardtown Wesleyan Chapel. He married Ellen Goddard, born 17 December 1859 in New Mills, in 1887 in Howard Town Wesleyan Chapel. At the time of the 1891 census Thomas was a chapel keeper, the family living at 95 High Street West, Glossop. Thomas then became a railway goods porter/checker and the moved to Blackpool. In the 1901 census they were living at 88, Cocker Street and then ten years later at 25 Northfield Avenue, where they still were at the time of the 1939 register.
William Parker, born 25 June 1867 in Glossop, baptised 9 May 1880 in Howardtown Wesleyan Chapel. Not found after the 1881 census.
John Henry Parker born 12 April 1869.
Alice Jane Parker, born 27 March 1872 in Glossop, baptised 9 May 1880 in Howardtown Wesleyan Chapel. In the 1891 census she was aged 19, a calico weaver, living with William and Eliza Cross. She then became a general domestic servant and is found at 40, Bowker Street,
Broughton, Salford in the censuses of both 1901 and 1911 census.
John Allen Parker died aged 48 (of Queen Street) and was buried on 28 May 1879 at St James, Whitfield.
Mary is recorded in the 1881 census age 48, cotton frame tenter, widow living with her mother at Princess Street. She died aged 57 (of Princess Street) and was buried on 20 November 1890 at St James', Whitfield.
Henry Hyde was born in Chisworth and baptised on 12 October 1834 in Mellor. He married Harriet Cooper, born about 1833, in 1859 in Ashton under Lyne, and they also moved in to Queen Street, Whitfield. They had three identified children:
James Hyde born 1860.
Sarah Jane Hyde born 22 February 1862.
Elizabeth Hyde, born in 1864, died 18 March 1909, buried at Charlesworth Independent Chapel (of Sunlaws Street Glossop).
Henry Hyde died aged 31 on 20 August 1865 and was buried at Charlesworth Independent Chapel (of Queen Street, Glossop).
Harriet is recorded in the 1871 census as age 38, widowed cotton weaver at 5 Queen Street. She remarried, to a Samuel Harrop, in 1875. In 1881 they were living in Pikes Lane and in 1891 at 72 Princess Street, Samuel being recorded as a cotton weaver on both occasions. Samuel died aged 65 on 2 October and was buried on 5 October 1897 at Glossop cemetery. His MI describes him as of Princess Street and his probate record describes him as a farmer of Gamesley Farm, Gamesley.
Harriet is recorded in the 1901 census as a 68 year old widow at 72 Princess Street. She died aged 69 on 12 August 1902 and was buried at Charlesworth Independent Chapel (of 72 Princess Street Glossop).
Jane Hyde was born in 1843 in Chisworth. She had a daughter, Eliza Hyde, born in 1860 in Glossop. At the time of the 1871 census she was aged 27, a cotton weaver living with Eliza and her sister Amelia . Ten years later she was a servant living with her brother Ralph.
Jane married David Yates, a widower born about 1833 in Whitefield (son of Henry Yates) on 24 January 1886 in Christ Church, Blackpool. In the censuses of 1891 and 1901 they were living at 21 Park Lane, Pilkington, Whitefield. Also there on both occasions were David's two daughters, Mary Smith (widow) and Leah Yates.
David Yates died on 7 January 1908.
In the 1911 census. Jane was recorded as aged 67, visitor with a with her brother Ralph and his wife Maria. She died in 1915.
Son of John Hyde b. 1823.
Jesse Hyde was born on 12 July 1860 in Glossop and became a letter press printer. He married Eliza Ann Wright, born about 1862 in Crowden, in 1885. They lived in Hadfield Street, Whitfield when their first son was baptised and then moved to Broughton, living at 6 Star Street (1891) then 18, Muriel Street (1901) At the time of the 1911 census they lived at 8 Dalney Street, Levenshulme. They had two identified children:
John Frederick Hyde, born 29 December 1886 in Glossop, baptised 20 March 1887 in St James, Whitfield.
Ralph Hyde, born 1894 in Broughton.
Children of Thomas Hyde b 1832.
Joseph Hyde was born on 17 September 1864 in Glossop and baptised on 13 November 1864 in Howardtown Wesleyan Chapel. He married Eliza Ann Brooks, born 1 February 1868 in Glossop, in 1888 in Glossop. They lived at 31 Pikes Lane (1891) then 12a Hollincross Lane (1901 and 1911 census. At the time of the 1939 register they were living at 7 Hollincross Lane, Joseph a retired cotton warehouse man. They had three children:
Laura Hyde born 11 March 1891.
Elsie Hyde, born and died in Glossop in 1893.
Mabel Hyde born 3 October 1896.
Eliza died aged 78 on 9 July and was buried on 12 July 1946 in Glossop cemetery.
Joseph Hyde died aged 86 on 3 November 1950 in 95 Sheffield Road, Glossop (home of daughter Mabel and her husband) and buried on 7 November 1950 in Glossop cemetery.
John Thomas Hyde was born on 30 March 1870 in Glossop and baptised 29 May 1870 in Howardtown Wesleyan Chapel. He became a clerk with Glossop Cooperative Society and, eventually, secretary of the Society. At the time of the 1901 census he and sister Mary were living at 1 Lord Street, Glossop. He married Elsie May Broadhurst, born 12 May 1878 in Congleton, in 1910 in Glossop and they moved to Heatherlea, Dinting Road where they still resided at the time of the 1939 register. They had one child:
Ronald Broadhurst Hyde born 1 May 1915.
Mary Elizabeth Hyde was born on 18 December 1871 in Glossop and baptised on 8 February 1872 in Howardtown Wesleyan Chapel. She married Walter Lythgoe, born about 1872 in Glossop, in 1901 in Howard Town Wesleyan Chapel. At the time of the 1911 census they were living at 73 Dinting
Vale. They had two identified children:
Alice Lythgoe, born 1902.
John Lythgoe, born 21 August 1905 in Glossop. At the time of the 1939 register he was a maintenance mechanic living at 212 Newshaw Lane, Hadfield with his wife May, born 10 May 1906.
Mary Elizabeth died in 1937 in Glossop aged 65.
Walter Lythgoe died in 1956 in Glossop aged 84.
Son of Mary Hyde.
John Henry Parker was born on 12 April 1869 in Glossop and baptised on 9 May 1880 in Howardtown Wesleyan Chapel. At the time of the 1891 census he was a cotton spinner living with Albert and (his aunt) Amelia Cross. He married Ann Hindle, born about 1871 in Glossop, in 1898 in Glossop. At the time of the 1901 census they were living at 56 Princess Street and had moved to 64 Princess Street ten years later. They had four identified children:
Hilda Maria Parker, born 1900 in Glossop.
Beatrice Alice Parker, born 1902 in Glossop.
Miriam Parker born 1908 in Glossop.
Marjorie Parker, born 1911 in Glossop.
John Henry Parker died aged 55 and was buried on 15 January 1925 in Glossop cemetery.
Ann died aged 88 on 16 October and was buried on 20 October 1959 in Glossop cemetery (of 52 Primrose Lane).
Children of Henry Hyde.
James Hyde was baptised on 1 July 1860 in Glossop Parish Church. He married Mary Ann Oldham, born about 1861 (daughter of Henry Oldham and Margaret Wood), in 1882 in Glossop. They are recorded in the 1891 census at 70 Princess Street but by the 1901 census were running a grocer's shop at 4 and 6 Chapel Street, Glossop. They had four identified children:
Edith Hyde, born 1883 in Glossop.
Amelia Hyde, born 1884 in Glossop.
Ethel Hyde, born 1886 in Glossop.
James Henry Hyde, born 1889 in Glossop.
Mary Ann died in 1904 in Chorlton cum Hardy and James married her sister, Amelia Oldham, there in 1905. At the time of the 1911 census they were running a bakery at 52 Chapel Street, Levenshulme.
Sarah Jane Hyde was born on 22 February 1862 in Glossop, died 19 December 1942, buried at Charlesworth Independent Chapel aged 80. She married Joseph James Shirt, born 21 October 1860, on 16 August 1890 in Shrewsbury Street Chapel, Glossop. They are recorded in the 1891 census at 82 Princess Street, in 1901 census at 70 Princess Street and in 1911 at 56 Sunlaws Street. They had a son:
Albert Victor Shirt, born 13 September 1891 in Glossop, became a shop assistant with the Cooperative Society. He married Gertrude Harding, born 24 January 1890 in Glossop, on 24 September 1917. The 1939 register records them both as ladies outfitters living at 11 Lord
Street, Glossop. Gertrude died on 22 November 1959 and Albert on 27 January 1960.
Joseph James Shirt died aged 61 on 5 October 1925 and was buried at Charlesworth Independent Chapel (of Sunlaws Street Glossop).
Sarah Jane died aged 80 on 19 December 1942 and was buried at Charlesworth Independent Chapel.
Daughter of Jane Hyde.
Eliza Hyde was born in 1860 in Glossop. She married her aunt Amelia's stepson William Thomas Cross, born in 1861 in Pendleton, Lancashire (son of Albert Cross and Keturah Todd), in 1885 in Glossop. They lived at 18 Pikes Lane.
Eliza died in 1895 in Chorlton Cum Hardy, Lancashire.
A compositor of 22 Pikes Lane, he married Mary Alice Rumney, a parochial nurse of 52 Hague Street born about 1867 (daughter of Robert Rumney), on 23 Feb 1897 in St James' Whitfield. Mary died aged 34 and was buried on 22 November 1900 at St James' Whitfield (of Whitfield Cross).
William is recorded in the 1901 census as a widower aged 39, printer's compositor at 15, Victoria Street, Blackpool, boarding with the family of Richard Cross (his uncle).
A compositor of 92 Hornby Road, Blackpool he married Frances Elizabeth Grundy of 61 George Street, Blackpool, born about 1866 in Bury (daughter of Henry Bleasley Grundy), on 6 May 1902 in Blackpool parish church. At the time of the 1911 census they were living at 5 Milbourne St Blackpool.
Frances died aged 56 in 1922.
William Thomas Cross died on 6 June 1933, his final addess being of 27 Cheltenham Road, Blackpool
Children of Joseph Hyde.
Laura Hyde was born on 11 March 1891 in Glossop, died 21 April 1974 in Glossop (0f 104 Charlestown Road). She married John William Stanley Fielding, born 15 August 1890 and baptised on 26 October 1890 in Holy Trinity, Dinting (son of Joseph Henry Edwards Fielding and Edith Ada Jackson), in 1919.
John was a student teacher before the first world war. After being called up he was commissioned Captain. He won the MC for bravery and was badly injured, losing his right foot. He was one of the founders of Glossop branch of the British Legion. Following the war he resumed his teaching career at Whitfield School before becoming Headmaster of St Luke's in 1930. He received the BEM for his work in the second world war.
At the time of the 1939 register Laura and John were living at living at "Bretlands", Fauvel Road, Glossop.
John William Stanley Fielding died on 12 May 1966 in Ashton General Hospital (of 40 Fauvel Road, Glossop).
Laura died on 21 April 1974 in Glossop (of 104 Charlestown Road).
Mabel Hyde was born on 3 October 1896 in Glossop. She married Sidney Mitchell Hart, born 18 February 1897, in 1919. At the time of the 1939 register they were living at 95 Sheffield Road.
Mabel died in 1974 and Sidney Mitchell Hart in 1984.
Son of John Thomas Hyde.
Ronald Broadhurst Hyde was born on 1 May 1915 in Glossop and baptised on 10 June 1915 in St James' Whitfield. He married Marjorie Lee, born about 1917.
Marjorie died aged 59 and was buried on 5 March 1976 in Glossop cemetery.
Ronald Broadhurst Hyde died aged 82. His ashes were buried on 8 November 1997 in Glossop cemetery.
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