Isaac Booth and Mary Washington - my great great great grandparents
Isaac Booth was born probably at Beacom, near Werneth on 3rd May 1801 to John and Ann Booth, and if this is the correct record was baptised at Hatherlow Congregational Church on 31st July 1801. Mary Washington was born to William Washington, a weaver, and Dinah, née Hallworth. William and Dinah baptised their children at an unusual mixture of Church of England Churches and Non-conformist Chapels. Mary was born on 30th October 1805 at Marple and baptised on 14th November 1805 at Tiviot Dale Wesleyan Methodist Chapel at Heaton Norris. Isaac lived in Marple all his life, except he had moved to Hazel Grove before his death in September quarter 1878. He was buried at All Saints Marple on 7th September 1878. Mary had already died in May quarter 1863 in Marple and was also buried in All Saints Marple, on 18th May 1863. All the baptisms known of their children were across the bridge over the River Goyt at the Mill Brown Independent Chapel in Marple Bridge.
Hawk Green is an area to the south of Marple not just this green.
The road running through (and the picture is taken from) is Windlehurst
Their children were: -
Ann Booth, born at Marple about 1829 - no Baptism found. She married first William Hollingworth in March quarter 1850 in Hayfield district, Derbyshire. They had no children and William seems to have died before 1861. She then married Joseph Hadfield at St Mary’s Stockport on 2nd September 1877. There was no children. Ann died in 1903 in Stockport sub-district, and Joseph died in 1913 in Hazel Grove subdistrict.
John Booth, was born on 22nd September 1828 at Marple and baptised at Mill Brow Independent at Marple Bridge. John presumably did not survive A John Booth of the correct age can be found in Censuses, but his father turns up in later Censuses and it is not Isaac.
Sally Booth, my great great grandmother, was born on 10th April 1830 at Marple and was baptised on 7th May 1832 at Mill Brow Independent. She married George Jackson, a coal miner, on 1st September 1850 at St Mary’s Stockport. They had 8 children, see here. George moved to Dodworth by 1861, and Sally had followed by 1864. Sally died in August 1872, and was buried at Dodworth on 14th August 1872. I am not sure when George died, but he was not buried at Dodworth.
Elizabeth Booth was born on 22nd February 1832 at Marple and was baptised on 7th May 1832 with Sally at Mill Brow Independent. Elizabeth did not marry, worked as a Cotton weaver, and died in September 1876 in Stockport district.
Dinah Booth was born on 18th July 1834 at Marple, and was baptised on 18th September 1832 at Mill Brow Independent. Dinah married in March quarter 1859 at St Mary’s Cheadle to Joseph Shepley Wood, a grocer born in Glossop. They had one son James Wood, born in November 1860, baptised at All Saints Marple on 3rd November 1860. Joseph Shepley Wood died in July quarter 1861 in Marple subdistrict. Dinah died in July quarter 1883 in Stockport district.
Mary Booth was born on 5th November 1836 at Marple and baptised on 13th May 1837 at Mill Brow Independent. She was still around in 1851, but not seen after, she must have married or died.
James Booth, a twin, was born in September quarter 1839, and died in March quarter 1861, and was buried in All Saints Marple on 20th March 1861.
Joseph Booth, twin to James, was September quarter 1839, and died in 1840 in Hyde subdistrict.
Theodocia Booth was born in December quarter 1841 in Marple. She worked as a servant before eventually marrying Lewis Kellet in September quarter 1894 in St Mary’s Cheadle. Lewis died in January quarter 1905 in Hazel Grove subdistrict. Theodocia died in October quarter 1915 also in Hazel Grove subdistrict.
Isaac Booth was born in July quarter 1843 in Marple. He married Mary Ann Jackson in September quarter 1867 in Barnsley district. Like others in the family he had moved to Dodworth and then to Carlton, in Yorkshire. They had 7 children. Isaac returned to Cheshire by 1891, and died in April quarter 1907 in Stockport district. He was a Colliery Engine driver and then a Coal dealer.
Harriet Booth, a twin, was born on 28th April 1846 at Marple, and married David Higginbotham, a mason, on 1st November 1868 at St Mary’s Stockport. They had 8 children. Harriet died in July quarter 1910 in Hazel Grove subdistrict. David died in July quarter 1932 in Marple subdistrict.
Martha Booth, twin to Harriet, was born on 28th April 1846 at Marple, and married Charles Osbaldiston on 8th February 1869 at All Saints Marple. They had one child, Alfred, born 1869, and Martha died in October quarter 1871 in Stockport district. Charles remarried Sarah Hannah Morton.
William Booth was born about 1856 in Marple and died in July quarter 1873 in Marple subdistrict. He was buried on 12th August 1873 at All Saints Marple.
All Saints Marple. Though nonconformists, many Booths were buried here.
The tower is separate
Mill Brow Independant Chapel
This is in Gird Lane, Mill Brow, Marple Bridge, Derbyshire
The Booths went across from Marple, Cheshire for most children's baptisms
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