The descendants of William Kinder.

Generation One.

William Kinder. He was recorded as a weaver of Chapel in George's baptism entry and a warehouseman in George & Sarah's marriage entry. He and his wife Mary had three children:
     Sarah Kinder born about 1807.
     George Kinder baptised 23 April 1815.
     Mary Ann Kinder, born 15 Dec 1810 in Taxall, baptised 10 Feb 1811 in Wesleyan Chapel, Chinley, buried 15 Feb 1895 in Glossop cemetery, aged 83 years. In the 1851 census she was living with Thomas and Sarah Platt at Green Vale, age 40, weaver. Ten years later she was, age 50, Power loom weaver in Edward Street, Glossop.

Generation Two.

Sarah Kinder was baptised on 29 March 1807 in Taxal, the family living at Hill Top, died 4 March 1872, buried in St Marys Charlesworth. She married Thomas Platt, born 4 January 1807 in Glossop, son of John Platt and Mary Hinchcliffe (see The Platt family of Glossop) on 12 November 1826 in Glossop.

George Kinder was baptised on 23 April 1815 in Taxal. He is recorded as a schoolmaster of Waterside in the licence application for the marriage to Sarah, a 22 year old schoolmaster of Glossop in the marriage entry and a schoolmaster of Portwood in William's baptism entry. He married Sarah Garside, born in Stockport, baptised 19 July 1801 in Mottram (daughter of John and Hannah Garside) on 13 July 1837 in Mottram. Sarah is recorded as a widow of Broadbottom in the licence application for the marriage to George and a 35 year old widow of Mottram in the marriage register entry. George and Sarah had a son, William Kinder baptised on 27 June 1838 in Stockport.
George Kinder died in 1839 in Glossop, aged 24.
See below for details of Sarah's other marriages.
Generation Three.

William Kinder was born in 1838 in Stockport and baptised on 27 June 1838 in Stockport. He married his cousin, Thirza Platt on 16 May 1863 in Wesley Chapel, Hayfield (see The Platt family of Glossop). William and Thirza had four children:
     Sarah Ann Kinder, born 1864, died 1950. She became a milliner.
     Mary Elizabeth Platt Kinder, born about 1866, buried 30 May 1870 in Glossop cemetery, aged 4.
     George Kinder, buried 14 March 1871 in Glossop cemetery, aged 10 months.
     Thomas Kinder, buried 20 Jan 1874 in Glossop cemetery, aged 2 weeks.
In the census of 1871 they were living at 56 Edward Street, Glossop, William age 32, Pedlar of tea, drapery &c, Thirza aged 33.
Thirza died of "placenta praevia" having lost several children shortly after birth. She was aged 39 and was buried on 21 February 1877 at Glossop cemetery. Buried in the same grave (FC 1541) was Martha Hambleton, aged 79 yrs, on 6 November 1890.
William moved to Leeds with Sarah Ann and married Susanna Evenden, born in 1840 in Cranbrook, Kent, there in 1880. The census of 1881 shows him as a 42 year old Insurance Agent with Susanna & Sarah Ann at 78 Beckett Street, Leeds.
William Kinder died in 1911.

Sarah Garside's other marriages.

Sarah Garside was described as a spinster of Portwood, Stockport in the licence for her marriage to Abner Rangeley, baptised 12 May 1799 in Hayfield (son of Aron Rangeley) which took place on 19 June 1821 in St Mary, Stockport. Abner was described as of Glossop in the marriage register and of Hadfield in the licence. Sarah and Abner had five children:
     Alfred Rangeley, baptised 1 May 1822 in Stockport.
     John Garside Rangeley, baptised 20 August 1823 in Stockport.
     Egerton Rangeley, baptised 3 September 1824 in Hayfield.
     James Rangeley, baptised 17 August 1825 in Hayfield.
     Henry Edgar Rangeley, born in Broadbottom, baptised 10 March 1833 in Mottram. His surname was recorded as Ranger in his baptism entry but correctly in the census of 1841.
Abner had become a cotton spinner in Hayfield but his business failed and he was declared bankrupt on 28 January 1826. He died on 25 February 1832 in King's Bench Prison London. A report in the Cambridge Chronicle and Journal of 9 March 1832 reads “An inquest was held last week at the King's Bench prison on the body of Mr Abner Rangeley, a prisoner, who came by his death in consequence of wrestling with another prisoner of the name of Husted. The wrestling was without enmity, though in some measure forced upon Husted by the deceased, who died after lingering a fortnight, of a rupture of the bladder produced by Husted's falling upon him. The jury returned a verdict of Homicide per infortunium.
In the census of 1841 Sarah was living at Wight Gates, Mottram, aged 40, independent, name recorded as Mary Rangley. With her were Henry Rangley aged 9 and William Rangeley age 3.
She married William Hulme on 7 July 1841 in Mottram and they had three daughters:
     Hannah Hulme born 1842 (mother's maiden name recorded as Kinder).
     Eliza Hulme born and died in 1847 (mother's maiden name recorded as Kinder).
     Eliza Hulme born in 1848 (mother's maiden name recorded as Kinder).
In the census of 1851, Sarah was still living at Wight Gates, aged 50 a dressmaker, name recorded as Sarah Hulme. With her were Henry Rangley aged 18, a collier born Broadbottom; William Kinder age 12, Bobbin setter born Stockport, Hannah Hulme age 8 born Broadbottom and Eliza Hulme age 4 born Hague.

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