This photo is alegedly of Samuel
Bennett, Hezekiah Meakin and Walter Meakin, although Walter and Samuel
Bennett were not alive at the same time!
|Marriage||31/8/1868||y||St Mary's Church, Tissington, Derbyshire||Cert||y|
|Death||29/12/1892||y||Ancoats Hospital, Manchester||Pneumonia, Exhaustion||Cert||y|
|Burial||Christchurch, Bradford, Manchester||Parish record (Man Cent. Library)||y|
99 High Street, Bollington
61 Church St, Bradford, Manchester
34 Charles Street, Bradford, Manchester
11 Whyatt Street, Bradford, Manchester
|Census||1861,1881,1891 (from Fred Meakin)|
|Spouse||Emma Meakin (nee Allcock)|
|Father||Step father Samuel Bennett|
|Mother||Harriet Meakin (latterly Harriet Bennett)|
Elizabeth Bennett (step)
1. Cotton Piecer/Spinner (1861/1868)
2. Goods Guard (1881)
3. General Labourer (1888)
4. Corporation Labourer (1892)
Faked death to run off with a woman in Birmingham, but doesn't fit as we have the death cert - although he doesn't appear as deceased on his sons 1910 wedding cert!
Was killed between two railway carriages - claimed to be told to Walter Meakin by his mother.
|Hezehioch Meekin (1881 census)|
Last Edited: January 2, 2010
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