A Cuthbert family of Glossop.
James Cuthbert was born about 1777 in Scotland. He married Margaret Evans on 14 November 1808 in St Peter's, Bolton-le-Moors. They had six identified children:
James Cuthbert, born about 1815.
Nancy Cuthbert, baptised 28 January 1816 in St Mary, Stockport.
The family moved to Glossop where the census of 1841 shows James as aged 60, a weaver at Milltown and Margaret (recorded as Mary) as aged 55. In 1851, James was aged 71, a widowed gardener at Rose Green and in 1861 aged 83, former Ag Lab, living with son James and Hannah.
James Cuthbert died aged 87 and was buried on 27 March 1864 in Glossop cemetery.
John Cuthbert was born in Bolton and baptised on 16 December 1810 in St Peters, Bolton-le-Moors. He married Martha Grimshaw, born about 1808 in Blackburn, on 15 August 1830 in St Mary's, Oldham. They had six identified children:
Thomas Cuthbert, born about 1831 in Glossop.
Margaret Cuthbert, born 1838 in Glossop.
John Cuthbert, born about 1842 in Glossop.
James Cuthbert, born in 1844 in Glossop.
Martha Cuthbert, born in 1846 in Glossop. She married John Cooper on 5 February 1871 at St Stephen's, Audenshaw. He became the police inspector at Hadfield.
At the time of the 1851 census the family was living at Grove Terrace, Glossop.
John Cuthbert died on 6 September and was buried on 8 September 1877 in Glossop cemetery aged 67.
James Cuthbert was born about 1815 in Stockport. He married Hannah England, born about 1829 in Holmfirth (daughter of William England), on 12 November 1849 in St Peter's, Bolton-le-Moors. They had eight identified children:
John Cuthbert, born 1850 in Glossop, baptised 24 November 1850 in Glossop Parish Church.
Joseph Cuthbert, born 1853 in Glossop, died aged 11 and buried 21 June 1865 in Glossop cemetery.
William Cuthbert, born 1857 in Glossop.
Hannah Cuthbert, born 1861 in Glossop.
James Cuthbert, born 1864 in Glossop.
Eliza Ann Cuthbert, born 1870 in Glossop.
Hannah died aged 48 and was buried on 9 August 1877 in Glossop cemetery.
James Cuthbert died aged 71 and was buried on 12 October 1885 in Glossop cemetery.
David Cuthbert was born in 1821 in Stockport. He married Jane Saxon on 4 December 1848 in Ashton under Lyne. They had two identified children:
Margaret Cuthbert born 1849 in Glossop, baptised 26 May 1867 at Glossop parish church.
Elizabeth Cuthbert, born 1850 in Glossop, baptised 26 May 1867 at Glossop parish church.
William Cuthbert was, born about 1823 in Stockport. He married Mary Fielding, daughter of Charles Fielding and Mary Hall (see Descendants of John Fielding of Whitfield 1674) on 25 February 1847 in Glossop Parish Church. They had two
Charles Cuthbert, born 1848 in Glossop.
James Cuthbert, born 1849 in Glossop.
Edmund Cuthbert was born about 1827 in Bolton. He married Ann Higinbotham, born about 1825 in Longstone, Derbyshire, in 1848 at Chorlton, Lancashire. They had two identified children:
James William Cuthbert.
Child of John Cuthbert born 1810.
David Cuthbert was baptised on 29 June 1834 in Glossop. He married Betty Jackson, born about 1839 in Droylesden, on 19 July 1858 in Stalybridge. They lived initially in Norfolk Street then moved to Surrey Street, at first at number 9 and then for many years at number 7. By the time of the census 1911,
David was aged 76, a widower boarding there with the family of Martha Ann and James Walker. They had thirteen identified children:
Betsy Jackson Cuthbert, born 28 January 1859 in Glossop, baptised 20 March 1859 in Ashton under Lyne. She became housekeeper to her uncle John Cooper who was the Inspector at the Police House in Jones Street, Hadfield. Betsy died aged 55 and was buried on 7 April 1914 in Glossop cemetery.
Jessie Cuthbert born 27 September 1860.
John Cuthbert born 29 July 1862.
Harriet Cuthbert born 1 February 1865.
Martha Ann Cuthbert born 17 February 1867.
Margaret Cuthbert born 27 December 1868.
Mary Cuthbert born 4 October 1870.
Bertha Nancy Cuthbert born 19 September 1873.
David Cuthbert born 4 February 1875.
Thomas Cuthbert born 18 August 1876.
Alice Cuthbert born 28 July 1878.
James Cuthbert born 10 April 1880.
Ethel Cuthbert, born 18 September 1886 in Glossop. She started working with her sister Harriet and brother in law Fred by the time of the 1901 census and moved as they moved. She died on15 November 1981 in The Grange nursing home, Elm Avenue, Attenborough, Nottingham.
Betty died aged 53 and was buried on 26 March 1892 in Glossop cemetery.
David Cuthbert died aged 82 and was buried on 11 January 1917 in Glossop cemetery.
Children of James Cuthbert.
Margaret Cuthbert was born in 1851 in Glossop. She had a son, Fred E Cuthbert, born in 1873.
Margaret married James Cooper, baptised on 19 March 1848 in St James, Whitfield, son of Hugh Cooper and Betty Hadfield (see A Cooper family of Gamesley and Throstle Nest), on 28 February 1876 in St James, Whitfield.
David Cuthbert was born on 22 June 1855. He married Sarah Ann Slack, baptised 23 April 1854 in Glossop Parish Church, (daughter of Samuel Slack and Elizabeth Green (see A Slack family of Mellor and Glossop), on 5 February 1879 in
Glossop Parish Church. They had five identified children:
Elizabeth Hannah Cuthbert, born in 1879 and baptised on 12 October 1879 in Glossop Parish Church. She died on 22 May and was buried on 24 May 1922 in Glossop cemetery aged 43. She was living at 3 Corn Street, inherited from her aunt and uncle William and Ruth Orme, with whom she had lived after her parents died.
Samuel Slack Cuthbert.
John Slack Cuthbert.
Joseph Slack Cuthbert, born 30 June 1883 in The Hanging Gate, Glossop, baptised 16 August 1883 in Glossop Parish Church. He died aged 3 months and was buried on 24 September 1883 in Glossop Cemetery.
Laura Cuthbert, born in March 1886, baptised 27 May 1891 in Holy Trinity, Dinting. She also lived with William and Ruth Orme at 3 Corn Street. She married John Saxton Rowbottom, born 1884 in Glossop in 1923 in Glossop. John died on 15 August and was buried on 18 August 1933 in Glossop cemetery aged 49.
Sarah Ann died aged 36 and was buried on 9 October 1890 in Glossop cemetery.
David Cuthbert died on 25 February 1892 in the Borough Asylum, Derbyshire (his home was at 24 Princess Street, Glossop) and was buried on 29 February 1892 in Glossop cemetery.
Children of Edmund Cuthbert.
Joseph Cuthbert was born in 1849 in Glossop. He married Emma Clark, born about 1848 in Glossop (daughter of William Clark), on 25 December 1870 at St Paul's, Stayley. Emma had a son, George William Clark, born in 1868 in Glossop. He is recorded in the 1871 census as George William Cuthbert, aged 3.
James William Cuthbert was born in 1855 in Glossop. A cotton weaver, he married Wilhelmina Lomax on 18 September 1876 in Ashton under Lyne. They lived in Queen Street and Spring Street, Glossop and had three identified children:
Joe Cuthbert, born 1877 in Glossop.
John Henry Cuthbert born 7 July 1878.
Edmund Cuthbert, born 1886 in Glossop.
Children of David Cuthbert born 1834.
Jessie Cuthbert was born on 27 September 1860 in Glossop, baptised 26 November 1860 in Glossop Parish Church. She married John Garside, born about 1853 in Glossop, a widower with five children, in 1894 in Mount Pleasant Church, Glossop. They had one child:
Curtis Cuthbert Garside, born 21 May 1895 in Glossop. He was accidentally drowned in the River Tigris on 12 June 1917 while serving in the Cheshire Regiment and was buried in the Cemetery at Sindiyeh, north of Baghdad.
After working at Turn Lee paper mills, John became licensee of the George & Dragon, Charlesworth, where the family was living at the the of the 1911 census.
John Garside predeceased Jessie, possibly in 1919 (a death registered in Ashton under Lyne) and she took over the license, being listed in Kelly's Directory of 1925 . By 1932 the licence had transferred to John's son, James.
In the 1939 register, Jessie was recorded at 60 Glossop Road, Charlesworth. She was still there when she died, aged 82, on 24 January. She was buried 27 on January 1943 in Glossop cemetery.
John Cuthbert was born on 29 July 1862 in Glossop and baptised on 31 August 1862 in Glossop. He married Hannah Rowbottom, born 1860 (daughter of Abraham Rowbottom), on 3 July 1884 in New Mills. They had two children:
David Cuthbert born 30 December 1885.
Ann Cuthbert, born 14 August 1887 in Glossop. She became a dress maker and moved next door to 4 Spire Hollin after her parents died. In the 1939 register she was listed there as a Sickness visitor for approved societies. Ann died aged 61 on 30 January and was buried on 3
February 1949 in Glossop Cemetery.
John became a cotton mill weaving manager and the family lived at Gladstone Street and 7 Cliffe Road before moving to 6 Spire Hollin.
John Cuthbert died aged 59 on 11 August and was buried on 13 August 1921 in Glossop cemetery.
Hannah died aged 67 and was buried on 11 January 1928 in Glossop cemetery.
Harriet Cuthbert was born on 1 February 1865 in Glossop and baptised on 26 March 1865 in Glossop Parish Church. She married Fred Pickford, born 12 June 1864 in Sheffield, in 1886 at Charlesworth Independent Chapel. They had six identified children:
Alice Cuthbert Pickford, born 1887 in Glossop, died 1940.
Blanche Pickford, born 1887 in Glossop, died 1958.
Miranda Pickford, born 1890 in Glossop, died 1986.
Tom Pickford, born 1892 in Glossop, died 1965.
Joseph Pickford, born 1896 in Glossop, died 1958.
Hilda Pickford, born 1903 in Barton upon Irwell, baptised 25 November 1903 in Worsley parish church, died 2000.
Originally a joiner, by the time of the census of 1891, Fred had become licensee at The Grapes, 305 High Street West, Glossop. The family subsequently moved to the Ashopton Inn, the Bridgewater Hotel, Worsley, and Thurland Hall, Nottingham. Fred and Harriet's final residence was 35 Ribblesdale Road, Nottingham.
Harriet died on 13 June 1940 in Nottingham.
Fred Pickford died on 31 December 1942 in Nottingham.
Martha Ann Cuthbert was born on 17 February 1867 in Glossop and baptised on 7 April 1867 in Glossop Parish Church. She married James Walker, born about 1866, in 1889 at Mount Pleasant, Glossop. They lived at 11 Surrey Street before moving taking over number 7 from Martha's father. Martha and James had three identified children:
Betty Jackson Walker, born 1892 in Glossop. Recorded as Bessie in the 1901 census.
Bernard Walker, born 1897 in Glossop, died aged 14 months and buried on 2 February 1898 in Glossop cemetery.
Clement Cuthbert Walker, born 1900 in Glossop, died 1966 in Conwy, Caernarvonshire. He married Doris Middleton in 1923 in Glossop. He was an executor of his aunt Jessie's will in 1943 where he was recorded as a nerve and spine specialist.
Martha Ann died aged 58 and was buried on 9 November 1925 in Glossop cemetery.
James Walker died aged 69 and was buried on 26 October 1935 in Glossop cemetery.
Margaret Cuthbert was born on 27 December 1868 in Glossop. She married Thomas Cooke, born about 1867 in Leamington, Warwickshire, in 1892 at Mount Pleasant United Reform Church, Glossop. They had four identified children:
Ethel Davis Cooke, born 1893 in Warwick. She married a divorced reporter named Charles Guy Frost born about 1884 in Farmington, New Hampshire (son of Hiram Frost and Ella M Holmes), on 9 December 1922 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Marjorie Cuthbert Cooke, born 1897 in Nuneaton. She married Dennis F Sweeney, born about 1891 in Peabody, Massachusetts (son of Henry Sweeney and Bridget Kennedy), on 1 February 1930 in 6 Upland Place, Lynn, Mass.
Doris Cooke, born 7 August 1899 in Derby, died 20 December 1992 in Huntersville, Macklenburg, North Carolina. She married a man named Crowley.
Thomas Harold Cooke, born 1903 in Derby.
The family emigrated to the USA in 1906, all except Ethel becoming naturalised in 1914.
Margaret died on 27 November 1946 in Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA, and was buried in Pine Grove Cemetery, Lynn.
Thomas Cooke died on 19 February 1948 in Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA, and was buried in Pine Grove Cemetery, Lynn.
Mary Cuthbert was born on 4 October 1870 in Glossop. She married John Dewsnap, born 24 January 1870 in Liverpool (son of Ellis Dewsnap and Hannah Robinson), in 1894 in St Mary's RC Church, Glossop. They had two children:
Alice Dewsnap, born 1895 in Glossop but died young, possibly towards the end of 1895 in Warwick.
Gladys Dewsnap, born 19 October 1897 in Glossop, died 17 May 1946 in Los Angeles County General Hospital, buried 21 May 1946 in Inglewood Park Cemetery, Los Angeles. Naturalised 21 January 1927.
The family emigrated to the USA in 1904. John (and possibly Mary) became naturalised on 1 October 1920. John applied for a passport for himself and Mary, to enable a visit to relatives, on 29 April 1922 when living at Providence, Rhode Island.
John Dewsnap died on 2 March 1939 in Los Angeles and was buried on 4 March 1939 in Inglewood.
Mary died on 3 December 1962 in Los Angeles and was buried on 6 December 1962 in Inglewood Park Cemetery.
Bertha Nancy Cuthbert, born 1873 in Glossop. She married George Cooper, born 1875 in Charlesworth (son of Joseph Cooper and Rebecca Richardson), in 1897 at Mount Pleasant, Glossop. They had eleven identified children:
John Cooper, born 1898 in Gamesley.
Ethel Cooper born 1899. She married George Nicholson, born 1902 in Glossop (son of James Nicholson and Alice Turner), in 1932 at St Luke's, Glossop.
Rebecca Cooper, born 1900 in Glossop.
Madge Cooper, born 1903 in Glossop.
George Reginald Cooper, born 1904 in Glossop.
Stanley Cuthbert Cooper, born 1907 in Glossop, died 1972 in Ashton under Lyne. He married Beatrice Newman in 1934 in Ashton under Lyne.
Betty Jackson Cooper, born 1909 in Glossop.
Bernard Cooper, born 1911 in Glossop.
Harold Cooper, born 1912 in Glossop.
Joseph Cooper, born 1913 in Glossop.
James Ian Cooper, born 1915 in Glossop.
Bertha died aged 42 and was buried on 22 March 1916 in Glossop cemetery.
George Cooper died aged 69 and was buried on 2 May 1944 in Glossop cemetery.
David Cuthbert was born on 4 February 1875 in Glossop. No records have been found for him after the census of 1891. There is an allegation that he changed his name to David Frederick Russell and died on 25 April 1924 in Wetherby.
Thomas Cuthbert was born on 18 August 1876 in Glossop. He married Emily Alma Sampson, born about 1877 in Kildare Curragh Camp, Ireland (daughter of Edward Sampson), on 15 August 1902 in Glossop Parish Church. They had a daughter:
Emily Coleman Cuthbert, born in 1904. She married John W Malkin, in 1933 at St Clement, Chorlton cum Hardy.
They lived at 17 Surrey Street where Thomas was a powerloom overlooker, before he became licensee of the Arundel Arms from 1923 to 1928. They then moved to Manchester where Emily died, aged 55, being buried on 28 May 1932 in Manchester southern cemetery.
Thomas married Nora B MacDougall, born 11 December 1889, in 1936 in Manchester.
In the 1939 register they are recorded as running a newsagent and tobacconist shop at 64 Sandy Lane, Manchester.
Thomas Cuthbert died in 1954 in Manchester.
Alice Cuthbert was born on 28 July 1878 in Glossop. She married William Clayton, born 10 June 1880 in Glossop, on 6 July 1903 at Mount Pleasant, Glossop. In the 1911 census the family is recorded at 71 Hermitage Road, Hale, Cheshire and in the 1939 register Alice and William are at 39 Edward Street, Manchester. They had a son:
Ellis Stanley Clayton born 22 May 1906. He married Margaret Wardle, born 6 July 1902, in 1934 at St Luke, Cheetham, Manchester.
James Cuthbert was born on 10 April 1880 in Glossop. He married Sarah Ann Waterhouse, born 23 September 1881 in Glossop (daughter of Thomas Waterhouse), on 7 May 1905 in St James' Whitfield. They had five identified children:
Tom Cuthbert, born 13 October 1905 in Glossop, buried 30 September 1966 in Glossop cemetery aged 60.
Mary Hanson Cuthbert, born 1908 in Glossop.
Ella Cuthbert, born 20 December 1909 in Glossop, baptised 2 February 1910 in St James' Whitfield, buried 22 August 1990 in Glossop cemetery aged 80.
John Cuthbert, born 27 October 1911 in Glossop.
David Cuthbert, born 27 January 1917 in Glossop.
The family was living at 10 Jordan Street when Ella was baptised but in the census of is recorded at 14 Thorpe Street, Old Glossop. In the 1939 register Sarah and the children are recorded at 25 Ashton Street, Glossop whilst James was a shop assistant living with his brother and sister in law Thomas and Nora.
James Cuthbert died aged 76 and was buried on 25 January 1957 in Glossop cemetery.
Sarah died aged 84 and was buried on 21 December 1965 in Glossop cemetery.
Children of David Cuthbert, the son of James Cuthbert.
Samuel Slack Cuthbert was born on 27 March 1881 and baptised on16 August 1883 in Glossop Parish Church. When his parents died he went to live at Whitfield Barn farm with aunt Hannah and uncle Bennett Buxton. He was described as a farmer at Whitfield Barn when he married Hannah
Garside of Lees Hall Farm, born 31 May 1881, baptised 22 June 1881 in St James, Whitfield (daughter of Joseph Garside and Ann Brownhill), on 18 December 1907 in St James, Whitfield.
Samuel was recorded as arriving at Boston, Massachusetts on 11 March 1910 to visit his cousin, Frank Buxton. He obviously didn't stay long as the 1911 census describes him as aged 30, Cattle dealer at 2 Fields Head, Glossop with Hannah, aged 29.
Samuel Slack Cuthbert died on 21 September and was buried on 25 September 1934 in Glossop cemetery aged 53.
In the 1939 register, Hannah was a widow at 18 Cross Cliffe. She died aged 72 and was buried on 5 May 1954 in Glossop cemetery.
John Slack Cuthbert was born on 30 June 1883 in The Hanging Gate pub, Glossop, and baptised on 16 August 1883 in Glossop Parish Church. When his parents died he went to live with his uncle and aunt, William and Ruth Orme, and then to Whitfield Barn Farm, being described as farming there when he married. He married Edith Bennett of 10 Salisbury Street, Hadfield, born 15 February 1885 in Padfield, baptised 12 April 1885 in St Andrew's, Hadfield (daughter of Joseph and Maria Bennett), on 30 April 1907 in St Andrew's, Hadfield. They had one son, James Slack Cuthbert born 28 July 1908.
John Slack Cuthbert became landlord of The Hanging Gate in 1909 and died there on 15 August 1913. He was buried on 17 August 1913 in Glossop Cemetery.
Edith became landlady of The Hanging Gate when John died, until she married George Platt, born 30 November 1887, on 31 January 1916 in Glossop Parish Church. George had been licensee of The Queen's Arms, Old Glossop, since 1914 and they remained there until 1938.. In the 1939 register the family is at Hopwood, Manor Park Road, George being described as an Engraver of Calico Printers.
George Platt died 11 December 1940 aged 53 and was buried in Glossop cemetery on 13 December.
Edith Platt died on 4 July 1960 aged 75 and was buried on 7 July in Glossop Cemetery.
Child of James William Cuthbert.
John Henry Cuthbert was born on 7 July 1878 in Glossop. By the time of the 1901 census he had become a life insurance agent. He married Edith Roberts, born 4 March 1879 in Glossop, in 1905 in Glossop and they had three identified children:
Beatrice Ann Cuthbert, born 4 August 1906 in Glossop, buried 26 February 1985 in Glossop cemetery aged 78.
Stuart Edmund Cuthbert, born 20 February 1911 in Glossop. Recorded in the 1939 register Road passenger transport clerk.
Edith Margaret Cuthbert, born 10 July 1920 in Glossop, buried 10 January 1997 in Glossop cemetery aged 76. She taught domestic science at Glossop Grammar School.
In the 1939 register John was recorded as Secretary to limited company and special constable, 25 Lord Street. He was also a Glossop councillor for a number of years.
Edith died aged 69 and was buried on 18 June 1948 in Glossop cemetery.
John Henry Cuthbert died aged 82 and was buried on 2 March 1961 in Glossop cemetery.
Child of John Cuthbert born 1862.
David Cuthbert was born on 30 December 1885 in Glossop and baptised on 5 February 1886 at St James' Whitfield. He married Harriet Shepley, born 11 June 1887 in Glossop, daughter of Charles Woffenden Shepley and Hannah Neal (see The Shepley family of Old Glossop and Brookfield), in 1911 at Brookfield Congregational Chapel. They
had two children:
Hannah Shepley Cuthbert, born 11 March 1912 in Glossop, died 1989.
Charles Shepley Cuthbert, born 1914 in Glossop, died 2007.
David Cuthbert died on 7 October 1916 at The Somme. The CWGC Record describes him as aged 30, 29th Bn. attached. 8th Bn. Royal Fusiliers, son of John and Hannah Cuthbert, of Spire Hollin, Glossop; husband of Harriet Cuthbert, of Gamesley House, Glossop, Derbyshire. Harriett inherited Gamesley House from her father when he died in 1918.
Child of John Slack Cuthbert.
James Slack (Jim) Cuthbert was born on 28 July 1908 in Glossop and baptised on 13 September 1908 in St Andrew's, Hadfield, died 1 June 1969 Glossop, buried 5 June 1969 in Glossop Cemetery. He married Doris Mary (Molly) Hadfield, born 29 January 1905, baptised 14 November 1906 in St Andrew's, Hadfield, daughter of John Hadfield and Mary Ellen Duckworth (see A Hadfield family of Whitfield), in 1933 in Glossop. They lived at Parkdene, Manor Park Road, Glossop, Jim working as cashier/accountant in the Hadfield furniture manufacture firm.
James Slack Cuthbert died on 1 June and was buried on 5 June 1969 in Glossop Cemetery.
Molly died on 8 February 2001 in Shire Hill Hospital, Glossop, her ashes being buried on 22 March 2001 in Glossop cemetery.
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