Francis Thompstone Sharp

'Frank'

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Tribal Pages

  Date
Cert?
Where Notes Source
Sure?
Birth 22/11/1858 copy Lawton St, Congleton   cert
y
Baptism          
Marriage 25/12/1886 copy St Barnabas, Openshaw, Manchester Witnesses:
Robert Lansom (F-i-L or B-i-L)
Emma Sharp (Sister)
Marriage cert copy
y
Death 3/12/1920 copy 58 Barmouth Street, Openshaw

Chronic Bronchitis & Syncope
Informant:
Harry Sharp (Son)

Death cert copy
y
Burial 8/12/1920   Phillips Park Cemetery B244  
Y

 

Moving History

born -> 1861

1871

1881

1891

1901-20

Lawton St, Congleton

135 Canal Rd, Congleton

@ 16 Ashton Hill Lane, Droylsden (boarding)

@ 44 Tipton St, Openshaw

@ 58 Tipton St (renamed Barmouth Street), Openshaw

Census 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901

 

Spouse Emma Jane Sharp (nee Lansom)
Father George Sharp
Mother Ellen Anne Sharp (nee Hickson)
Children

George Robert Sharp
Stanley Sharp
Lily Haydock (nee Sharp, Gwilliam)
Nellie Franks (nee Sharp)
Elsie Marion Jones (nee Sharp)
Emmie Walker (nee Sharp)
Miraenny Seed (nee Sharp)
Harry Sharp
Herbert Victor Sharp
Frank Sharp

Siblings Arthur Sharp
Emma Harvey (nee Sharp)
Joseph Hickson Sharp

 

Occupation

1. Greengrocer (1881 & 1901)
2. Storekeeper in Engineering Works (1920)

Notes Letter to his son Harry in Germany (Jan 1920)
Rumours

Wrestling instructor at Ardwick Boys Club?

He was apparantly a bit of a strongman and earned the nickname 'Hack' - referring to George Hackenschmidt, a famous strongman of the early 20th century.

 

Mis-spellings
Francis Thompstone 'Sharpe' (1881 census)

 

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Last Edited: December 28, 2009

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