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Mr Green [18??-19??]
Aquilla Green [18??-1855]
Arthur Green [1859-1???]
Charles Green [17??-18??]
David Green [18??-19??]
David Green [1884-1931]
E. H. Green [18??-1922]
Edward Green [1873-1949]
Eli Green [18??-19??]
Eric Green [1914-1942]
Ernest Green [1???-19??]
Francis Green [1894-1918]
Frank Green [1894-1918]
Frank C. Green [1890-1915]
Fred Green [1879-1917]
Frederick Charles Green [1864-1947]
George Green [1831-1887]
Harold Green [1889-1916]
Rev Harry John Green [18??-19??]
Harry Rodney Green [1939-]
Harry Whaley Green [1889-1917]
Henry Green [1877-19??]
Herald Green [1896-1918]
Isaac Green [1795-1865]
James Green [17??-1???]
James Green [17??-18??]
James Green [1744-1???]
James Green [1847-1???]
Joah Green [1862-1937]
John Green [17??-17??]
John Green [1828-19??]
John Green [1829-1892]
John Green [1871-1???]
John Green [1889-19??]
John Henry Green [1859-1946]
John Henry Green [1889-1915]
Jonathan Green [1850-1???]
Joseph Green [1838-1885]
Joseph Green [1849-1???]
Joseph Green [1854-1927]
Rev Josiah Green [18??-18??]
Kitson Green [1826-1849]
Liz Green [1961-]
Margaret Green [18??-18??]
Mary Green [1789-1855]
Miles Boothman Green [1838-1908]
Muriel M. Green [1909-1997]
Norman Green [18??-19??]
Percy Green [18??-19??]
Samuel Green [18??-18??]
Samuel Green [1819-1???]
Thomas Henry Green [18??-1???]
Tom Green [19??-19??]
Walter Green [17??-1???]
Walter Green [1895-1915]
William Green [17??-1796]
William Green [1705-1775]
William Green [1730-1762]
William Green [1772-1831]
William Green [1804-1885]
William Green [1828-1???]
William Green [1839-1874]
William Green [1854-1916]
William Henry Green [1855-19??] 


Green, Mr
[18??-19??] Partner in Green & Needham. In 1890, he was sole proprietor of the business

Green, Aquilla
[18??-1855] Corn miller of Halifax.

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. Emily Jane [1849-1935] who married James William Davis

Green, Arthur
[1859-1???] Born in Brighouse / Mirfield.

He was a gas fitter [1891] / a labourer at gas works [1901] / a service man (corporation gasworks) [1911].

He married Mary Ann Greenwood [1866-19??].


Mary Ann Greenwood came from Brighouse / Siddal
 

Children:

  1. John Henry
  2. Ada [b 1895] who was a silk relapper [1911] and married George Martin
  3. Mary Francis [b 1898] who was a silk doffer [1911] and married Harry Lockwood
  4. Ernest [b 1902] who married Gwendoline Bellamy [b 1912]
  5. Edith May [1904-1983] who married John Heap [b 1904]

The children were born in Brighouse.

The family lived at

  • South Street, Brighouse [1891]
  • 24 Edward Street, Brighouse [1901]
  • 38 New Street, Brighouse [1911]

Green, Charles
[17??-18??] A popular English aeronaut and balloonist. On 19th April 1824, he gave a display at Halifax Piece Hall, and made the first recorded manned balloon ascent in the district. He landed near Hornby Castle, 53 miles away. Anne Lister described the event in her journals

Green, David
[18??-19??] Of Lighcliffe.

He was a farmer [1902].

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. Bertha May [1881-19??] born in Harden, who was a teacher [1905] and married Wilson Marshall
  2. Annie Eliza [1878-1970] born in Bingley, who married Hanson Marshall

2 brothers married 2 sisters.

They lived at (possibly) Lower Crow Nest, Lightcliffe

Green, David
[1884-1931] Son of William Green.

In [Q3] 1908, he married Ellen (Nellie) Sykes [1888-1963] in Halifax.

Children:

  1. Mary [1909-2004]
  2. Herald [1921-1923]
  3. Mabel [1910-1965] who married Tom Crossley

Members of the family were buried at Rastrick Cemetery

Green, E. H.
[18??-1922] Curate at Brighouse [1901-1909]

Green, Edward
[1873-1949] He entered into the service of Halifax Public Library [1886]. He succeeded Louis Stanley Jastrzębski as Branch Librarian at Bankfield [1892]

He was Halifax Chief Librarian [from 1906].

He reorganized the Library Service, introducing open access at the Central Library, having already done this at Bankfield.

He served on the Council of the Library Association and was Honorary Secretary of the old North Central Branch of the Association.

In 1913, he was one of the subscribers to The Old Halls & Manor Houses of Yorkshire.

After the death of John Lister, he and his daughter Muriel took on the task of cataloguing Lister's collection of books, papers, and letters.

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. Muriel

In a tribute to him, Dr Phyllis Bentley wrote

He cared deeply for the welfare of all his readers, and his genial friendly countenance beamed with delight when he was able, by the provision of some much-needed book, to do one of them a service. He made the Halifax library system an active force in the cultural life of the town, and gave it a tradition of eager helpfulness

See Louis Stanley Jastrzębski

Green, Eli
[18??-19??] A drysalter at Halifax.

In 1895, he, John Keleher and Tom Oldfield, invented a

machine for cutting meat or other foodstuffs

He lived at Fernfield Terrace, Boothtown [1895]

Green, Eric
[1914-1942] He was educated at St Augustine's School & Sunday School / employed by Crossley & Radcliffe.

In [Q3] 1935, he married Thora Rycroft in Halifax.

Children:

  1. Roy [b 1937]
  2. Sylvia [b 1940]

The family lived at 17 Belmont Street, Halifax.

During World War II, he served as a Leading Aircraftman Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.

He was killed in a road accident in the Home Counties [24th October 1942] (aged 28).

He was buried at All Souls' Church, Halifax [E 668].

He is remembered on the Memorial at Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance

Green, Ernest
[1???-19??] He was a managing clerk Ayrton & Cornwell in Brighouse. After his death, several employees at the company reported that his ghost haunted the building in Bradford Road. After the death of his wife, Elsie, the hauntings stopped

Green, Francis
[1894-1918] Son of Grace & Thomas Henry Green of 7 Winter Neb, Luddendenfoot.

During World War I, he served as a Rifleman with the 8th Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps.

He died 21st March 1918 (aged 24).

He is remembered on the Pozières Memorial [61-64]

Green, Frank
[1894-1918] Son of Thomas Henry Green of 7 Winter Neb, Luddendenfoot.

Born in Luddendenfoot.

During World War I, he served as a Rifleman with the 8th Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps.

He died 21st March 1918 (aged 24).

He is remembered on the Pozières Memorial [61-64], and on Luddendenfoot War Memorial

Green, Frank C.
[1890-1915] Son of John Green of Manor Park, Essex, and brother of Gertrude May who married Rev Robert Copeland Sloan.

He was a schoolmaster in East Ham, Essex / a Territorial.

During World War I, he enlisted served as a Private with the Artists' Rifles (28th London Regiment)  at the outbreak of War, and after going to the Front [October 1914], he took a commission and served as a 2nd Lieutenant with the 1st Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment.

He died 17th June 1915 (aged 25).

Green, Fred
[1879-1917] Son of Joseph Green.

He was a worsted doffer [1891] / a stone quarryman (dresser) [1901] / a delver in stone quarry [1911] / employed by Brear & Brown Limited at Hipperholme.

He lived at Westercroft, Northowram.

During World War I, he enlisted [24th March 1916], and served as a Private with the 2nd/4th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He died at No.49 Casualty Clearing Station of multiple gunshot wounds to the chest, knee & thigh [18th April 1917] (aged 38).

He was buried at the Achiet-le-Grand Communal Cemetery Extension [I C 17].

He is remembered on the Memorial at Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, and on the Memorial at Saint Matthew's Church, Northowram

Green, Frederick Charles
[1864-1947] Son of John Green, coach painter.

He was a plumber of Bedford Street, Halifax [1885] / a plumber [1891, 1901] / a plumber and glazier [1911] / landlord of the Anchor Inn, Bull Green [1947].

In 1885, he married Emma Jessop [1865-19??] at Halifax Parish Church.


Emma, of Salterhebble, was the daughter of James Jessop, carter
 

Children:

  1. Percy [b 1887] who was a doffer worsted factory [1901], a mechanic turner [1911]
  2. John [b 1888] who was a doffer worsted factory [1901], a mechanic turner [1911]
  3. Willie [b 1889] who was a setter worsted factory half time [1901], a warehouseman [1911]
  4. Charlotte Hannah [b 1891]
  5. James Jessop [b 1893] who was a toffee cutter (toffee works) [1911]
  6. Walter
  7. Charles Wilson [b 1899]
  8. Edith [b 1901]
  9. Lilly [1903-1991] who married William Henry Chalcraft
  10. Eva [b 1907]

The children were born in Halifax

The family lived at

  • 7 Bottoms Hall, Skircoat, Halifax [1891]
  • 21 Newstead Place, Halifax [1901]
  • 43 Raglan Street, Halifax [1911]
  • 27 Back Raglan Street, Halifax [1929]

Living with them in 1911 was grandson Joseph Green [b 1910].

Emma died 5th October 1929.

Frederick Charles died at the Anchor [29th March 1947].

Members of the family were buried at Christ Church, Pellon [3 A 77]

Green, George
[1831-1887] Son of William Green.

He married Eliza [1831-1901].


Eliza was born in Rastrick
 

Children:

  1. Sarah Jane [1857-1882]
  2. David [b 1859] who married Elizabeth [b 1857 Salford]
  3. Emily [1862-1885]
  4. Arthur [b 1864] who married Lily [b 1862]
  5. Allen [1877-1878]

The children were born in Brighouse.

Members of the family were buried at St John the Evangelist, Clifton

Green, Harold
[1889-1916] Son of Joah Green.

Born at Cock Walk Farm, Clifton.

He was a worsted doffer half-time at Copley Mill [1901] / a gardener (domestic) [1911] / a gardener and poultry man for Thomas Hoyle of Savile Royd, Halifax [1914].

He lived at

  • Stormer Hill, Norland
  • 16 John Street, Greetland

During World War I, he enlisted [15th October 1914], and served as a Bombardier (Acting)  with C Battery 246th Brigade Royal Field Artillery.

He was killed when an enemy shell burst at Thiepval, Somme [14th August 1916]

He was buried at the Mesnil Communal Cemetery Extension [III E 14].

He is remembered on Copley War Memorial, on Elland War Memorial, and on the Memorial at Saint Mary the Virgin, Elland

Green, Rev Harry John
[18??-19??] MA.

He was educated at Oxford before becoming Curate at Illingworth [1893-1899]. He had charge of St Andrew's Mission Church, Holmfield [1897].

He went on to become Prebendary of White Lackington in Wells Cathedral, Chaplain of Christ Church, Oxford and Head Master of the Cathedral Choir School, and a Minor Canon at Wells Cathedral

Green, Harry Rodney
[1939-] Born in Halifax [24 June 1939].

Footballer.

He played for Halifax Town before moving to Bradford Park Avenue then Bradford City. He played for Charlton Athletic, Luton Town and Watford before moving to South Africa

Green, Harry Whaley
[1889-1917] Son of William Henry Green.

He was a member of St Paul's Church, King Cross / a postman [1911] / a telegraph messenger then a postman at the Post Office.

On 20th May 1911, he married Rebecca Barraclough [1890-19??] at St Paul's Church, King Cross.


Rebecca, of 3 Wainhouse Terrace, was the daughter of John Barraclough, plumber
 

Children:

  1. Cyril G. [b 1911]
  2. William H. [1914-1915]

The family lived at 9 Wainhouse Terrace, Halifax.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 1st/4th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He was struck by a shell fragment which passed through the paybook in his left breast pocket and through the chest, killing him instantly [5th August 1917] (aged 28).

He was buried at the Ramscappelle Road Military Cemetery [I BA 5]. His younger brother Joe witnessed the burial.

He is remembered on the Memorial at Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, on the Memorial at Saint Paul's Church, King Cross, and on the Memorial at Halifax Post Office

Green, Henry
[1877-19??] Son of Jonathan Green.

He was a coal hurrier [1891] / a deputy in a coal mine [1901] / a gold miner of Lower Place Farm, Southowram [1911].

In [Q3] 1911, he married Margaret (Maggie) Smallwood at St Matthew's Church, Lightcliffe


Margaret / Maggie was the daughter of Jonathan Smallwood
 

Green, Herald
[1896-1918] Son of William Green.

During World War I, he served as a Corporal with the 1st/4th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment). He was injured and discharged as unfit to fight [March 1918].

He caught flu and died of pneumonia [14th July 1918].

He was buried at Brighouse Cemetery with his parents, and he has a War Graves headstone [C C 322].

He is remembered on Clifton War Memorial, and in the book Clifton War Memorial

Green, Isaac
[1795-1865] He was a stone dresser [1841] / Alderman & farmer of 24 acres of land [1861] / a member of Halifax Town Council [1850-1865].

He was one of the subscribers to John Horner's book Buildings in the Town & Parish of Halifax [1835]

On 30th December 1816, he married (1) Mary Hannah Farrar at Halifax Parish Church.

Children:

  1. Henry [1817-18??] who was a wool merchant [1841]

On 10th March 1819, he married (2) Elizabeth at Halifax Parish Church.


Elizabeth [née Hey] was the widow of Thomas Garlick
 

Children:

  1. Elizabeth Jane [1820-1894] who married John Aitken of Lancashire (cotton manufacturer) 

They lived at

  • Horley Green, Northowram [1861]
  • Bank Top, Southowram [1865]

He died 6th June 1865

Isaac died 6th June 1865.

Probate records show that he left effects valued at under £2,000.

Probate was granted to daughter Elizabeth Jane and her husband John Aitken

Members of the family were buried at St Thomas the Apostle, Claremount: Elizabeth [20th December 1860]; Isaac [10th June 1865]; Eliza Garlick [30th June 1875]

Green, James
[17??-1???] Landlord of The Sign of the Church Inn when the Loyal Georgean Society was established [3rd February 1779].

He is remembered on a stone inside the west door of Halifax Parish Church

Green, James
[17??-18??] Local architect who designed Stoodley Pike.

Around 1860, he was commissioned to design Todmorden Town Hall.

When the project was abandoned, he successfully sued the Todmorden Town Hall Company in March 1865 for the work he had done on the town hall and the market

Green, James
[1744-1???] Of Halifax. One of the coiners.

The official notice of 1769 for his arrest described him as

JAMES GREEN, late of Halifax, Heald-striker, aged about Twenty-five or Twenty-six, is about five Feet three Inches high, a broad sett man, wears his own Hair, which is black and bushy, and is of a blackish Complexion, pale looking, and a little mark'd with the Small Pox; he used to wear a Scarlet Stuff Waistcoat, and a blue Cloth Coat

Green, James
[1847-1???] Son of John Green, carder.

Born in Sowerby Bridge.

He was a moulder of Norland [1867] / an iron moulder [1871, 1881, 1891]

In 1867, he married Sarah Ann Southwell [1845-1???] at Halifax Parish Church.


Sarah Ann was born in Norland, the daughter of James Southwell, cart driver
 

Children:

  1. Mary Ellen [b 1868]
  2. John

The family lived at

  • New Longley, Norland [1871]
  • Sowerby Street, Sowerby [1881]
  • 4 Broad Street, Sowerby Bridge [1891]

Green, Joah
[1862-1937] Son of William Green.

Born in Rastrick.

He was a teamer [1891] / a waggon driver [1901] / a carter [1911] / landlord of the Royal Oak, Elland [1913-1917].


Question: In 1913, a Jack Green is recorded as landlord of the Royal Oak, Elland.

Does anyone know if Joah was also known as Jack, or if the 1913 name is a mis-transcription?

 

In 1885, he married Jane Parkin [1863-1937] in Halifax.


Jane was born in Clifton
 

Children:

  1. Edgar [1886-1981] who was a worsted taking off [1901], a railway signalman [1911], served with the Royal Engineers [WW1]
  2. Harold
  3. Herbert William [1891-1936] who was a dyer's labourer [1911] and married [1915] Ethel Scofield
  4. Alice [b 1898] who was a worsted spinner [1911]

The family lived at

  • Cock Walk Farm, Clifton [1889]
  • Halifax Road, Brighouse [1891]
  • 132 St Stephen Street, Copley, Halifax [1901]
  • 37 Calder Terrace, Copley, Halifax [1911]

Sons Edgar & Harold served in World War I.

Joah & Jane both in died in 1937.

Members of the family were buried at St John the Evangelist, Clifton

Green, John
[17??-17??] Of Sunderland Hall. In 1745 – at the time of the Jacobite Rebellion – he was arrested in Halifax
on suspicion of being a papist and a person disaffected to His Majesty's Person and Government

He was held in York Castle for a year

Green, John
[1828-19??]

In [Q4] 1851, he married Hannah Barraclough [1830-1910] in Dewsbury.

Children:

  1. Sarah Ann [b 1850]
  2. Ellen [1852-1938]
  3. William
  4. Annie [1856-1860]
  5. Rhoda [1856-1947]
  6. Joseph [1857-1877]
  7. Arthur [b 1859]
  8. Annie [b 1860]
  9. Fred [1868-1943]
  10. Emma [1870-1871]
  11. Ada [b 1872]
  12. Walter [1874-1949]

The children were born in Clifton.

Members of the family were buried at St John the Evangelist, Clifton

Green, John
[1829-1892] Of Brighouse Wood.

He married Jane [1827-1917].

Children:

  1. Adaline [1855-1880]
  2. Ann who married William Firth
  3. Joe
  4. Sam
  5. Richard
  6. Fred
  7. Frank

John died 18th February 1892 (aged 63).

Jane died 18th March 1917 (aged 89).

Members of the family were buried at Brighouse Cemetery.

Sons Joe, Sam, Richard, Fred, and Frank were buried at St Martin's Church, Brighouse.

Green, John
[1871-1???] Son of James Green.

Born in Sowerby Bridge.

He was a clogger [1891] / a clogger, boots & shoes repairer [1901] / a clogger [1911]

In 1892, he married Martha Helm [1871-1???] at St John the Evangelist, Warley.


Martha, of Chapel Lane, Sowerby Bridge, was the daughter of Brian Helm, mason (deceased) 
 

Children:

  1. Annie [b 1894] who was a worsted rover [1911]
  2. Ellen [1896-1908]
  3. Florrie [1898-1907]

The family lived at

  • 2 Chapel Lane, Sowerby Bridge [1901]
  • 21 Upper Fountain Street, Sowerby Bridge [1911]

Living with them in 1901 was widowed mother-in-law Harriet Helm [aged 69].

On 5th August 1907, daughter Florrie was playing near the Assembly Rooms in Sowerby Bridge when she fell and sustained injuries from which she died the following morning

Green, John
[1889-19??] Son of William Green.

In 1910, he married Marion Isabella Binns [1892-1975].

Children:

  1. Norman [1911-1912]
  2. Winnie

Green, John Henry
[1859-1946] Born in Halifax.

He was a coach painter [1880].

On 7th Jun 1880, he married Mary Ann Lawton in Halifax.


Mary Ann was the daughter of
Benjamin Lawton
 

Children:

  1. Doris May [1892-1972] who married Enoch Shaw
  2. John Ingham [b 1899]

Green, John Henry
[1889-1915] Son of Arthur Green.

Born in Clifton [22nd March 1889].

He was a doffer in silk mill [1901] / a silk dresser [1911] / a soldier in Hexthorpe, Doncaster [1915].

In [Q2] 1915, he married Ethel Robson [1888-19??] at St Martin's Church, Brighouse


Ethel, of 8 Stead View, Brighouse, was the daughter of James Robson, groom
 

In 1909, he joined the 4th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

At the outbreak of World War I, he volunteered for foreign service. He served with the Expeditionary Force in Frances and Flanders [from 14th April 1915].

He was killed in action at Talana [14th October 1915].

He was buried at the Talana Farm Cemetery

Green, Jonathan
[1850-1???] Son of Mary Ann & Samuel Green of Sun Fold, Wesley Street, Halifax [1851].

Born in Halifax.

He was a coal hurrier [1861]; a coal miner [1881]; a mining under manager [1891]; an under manager in coal mine [1901]; a under collier manager [1911].

Around 1873, he married Harriet [1847-1???].


Harriet was born in Halifax
 

Children:

  1. George Frederick [b 1873] who was a deputy in coal mine [1891], a teacher of pianoforte [1901], a music teacher [1911]
  2. Samuel S. [b 1875] who was a coal hurrier [1891]
  3. Henry
  4. Sarah Ann [b 1881]
  5. Florence J. [b 26]

The family lived at

  • 4 Neville Street, Northowram [1881]
  • Roydlands Farm, Hipperholme, Halifax [1901]
  • Castle Mains House, Blaithroyd Lane, Southowram [1911]

Green, Joseph
[1838-1885] In [Q3] 1870, he (possibly) married Mary Ann Sykes [1838-1909] in Bradford.

Children:

  1. Emily [1871-1887]

Members of the family were buried at Bethesda Primitive Methodist Chapel, Bank Top

Green, Joseph
[1849-1???] Son of William Green, carter.

Born in Southowram.

He was a carter of Northowram [1871] / a waggoner [1871] / a coachman (domestic) out of employ [1881] / a carter [1891] / a stone quarryman (hewer) [1901] / a stone quarryman [1911].

In 1869, he married Eliza Taylor [1848-1916] at Halifax Parish Church.


Eliza was born in Northowram, the daughter of Joseph Taylor, comber
 

Children:

  1. Sophia Ann [1871] who died in infancy
  2. Mary H [b 1874] who was a dressmaker [1891]
  3. Emily [b 1877] who was a worsted spinner [1891]
  4. Fred
  5. Arthur [b 1881] who was a mechanic (planer) [1901]
  6. Joe [b 1883] who was a mechanic (planer) [1901]
  7. Isabel [b 1886] who was a box minder (worsted mill) [1901]

The family lived at

  • Lands Head, Northowram [1871]
  • Westercroft, Northowram [1881]
  • 4 Westercroft, Northowram [1891, 1901, 1911]

Living with them [in 1871] were widowed mother-in-law Susannah Taylor [b 1816] (washer woman) and sister-in-law Sarah A. Taylor [b 1856] (worsted spinner).

Living with them [in 1901, 1911] was granddaughter Gladys Green [b 1898] who was a burler (worsted) [1911].

Eliza died 25th December 1916

Green, Joseph
[1854-1927] Aka Football Joe. Of Sowerby Bridge

Green, Rev Josiah
[18??-18??] Pastor at Hope Baptist Church, Hebden Bridge [1860-1875]

Green, Kitson
[1826-1849] Son of Nancy & John Green, labourer, of Brookfoot.

Baptised at St Martin's Church, Brighouse [26th February 1826].

He lived at Brighouse Wood.

He died in 1849 (aged 23).

He was buried at St Martin's Church, Brighouse [21st August 1849] (U43) 

Green, Liz
[1961-] Broadcaster. She was brought up in the Brighouse area. She joined Radio Leeds. in 1990, and broadcasts regularly. She lives at Rastrick

Green, Margaret
[18??-18??] Or Wild. Landlady at the Prince of Wales' Feathers, Barnsley.

She had been charged with cutting a man's eye out at Barnsley, and in default of payment, she was being taken to Halifax Gaol. On Saturday, 9th March 1867, while she and the county court bailiff were waiting at Elland Station for the train to Halifax, Green escaped

Green, Martin Hallas

Green, Mary
[1789-1855] She married John Whitley.

She died at Lancaster, Ohio, USA

Green, Miles Boothman
[1838-1908] Born in Southowram.

He was a warp dresser (worsted) [1881] / a worsted warp dresser [1891].

In [Q4] 1861, he married Ann Fleming [1841-1???] in Halifax.


Ann was born in Skircoat
 

Children:

  1. Emma [b 1868] who was a bobbin doffer (worsted) [1881] and married David Riley

The family lived at

  • Trooper Lane, Southowram [1881]
  • 28 Delph Hill, Skircoat, Halifax [1891]

Living with them [in 1891] were daughter Emma and family

Green, Muriel M.
[1909-1997] Aka Mollie. Daughter of librarian Edward Green.

She became a local author & librarian.

After the death of John Lister of Shibden Hall, Muriel and her father took on the task of cataloguing Lister's collection of books, papers, and letters.

Arthur Burrell told her about Anne's journals and gave her the key to the code.

She wrote accounts of these in an academic dissertation, in a series of articles for the Halifax Courier [1936], and in her books

  • A Spirited Yorkshirewoman [1938] – a transcription of 395 of the letters of Anne Lister of Shibden Hall, Halifax
  • Miss Lister of Shibden Hall [1992] – Selected letters [1800-1840]

She died in London

Green, Norman
[18??-19??] From Keighley

He was a timber merchant manager [1905].

In 1905, he married Mary Aaron in Halifax.


Mary was the daughter of
Henry Aaron
 

They had no children.

They lived at 9 Pratt Street, Halifax [1911].

Joseph Green timber merchant operated from the Pratt Street address in [1936]

Green, Percy
[18??-19??] Horse dealer at the Flying Dutchman Stables, Boothtown.

He lived at Chester Road [1905]

Green, Samuel
[18??-18??] Born in Southowram.

He was a delver [1851] / a stone merchant [1871].

He and his nephews John Farrar Shackleton and Joe Dixon Shackleton were in partnership with Rufus Cook, trading as Samuel Green & Company [until 1867].

He and his nephews John Farrar Shackleton and Joe Dixon Shackleton were in partnership, trading as Shackletons & Green [until 1870].

He married Ann, daughter of Edmund Garside.

The family lived at

  • Northowram [1851]
  • Hoppit Well, Thornton [1871]

Living with them [in 1851] was nephew John Farrar Shackleton.

Living with them in 1871 was mother-in-law Mary Garside

Green, Samuel
[1819-1???] Born in Northowram.

He was a coal miner [1851].

He married Francis Horsfield? [1822-1???] from Southowram.

Children:

  1. Henry [b 1846]
  2. Richard [b 1849]
  3. Matilda [b 1850]

The family lived at Pump Farm, Southowram [1851].

Living with them [in 1851] was father-in-law William Horsfield [aged 59] (ag.lab), and niece Ruth Smith [aged 15] (twister at factory) 

Green, Thomas Henry
[18??-1???] Son of James Green, silk dresser.

He was a goods clerk of Aufhole, Soyland [1887].

In 1887, he married Grace Hartley at Halifax Parish Church.


Grace was the daughter of
Francis Hartley
 

Green, Tom
[19??-19??] Local writer and member of the Halifax Authors' Circle.

He wrote under the pen-name Michael Ramsay.

With Henry William Harwood, he wrote a booklet on Country Walks around Halifax

Green, Walter
[17??-1???] Coiner of Lighthazles

Green, Walter
[1895-1915] Son of Frederick Charles Green.

He was a creeler (carpet weaving) [1911] / an employee of Messrs Lees, New Road.

He married Elsie.

They lived at 25 Clement Street, Pellon Lane [1916].

During World War I, he enlisted soon after War was declared and served as a Private with the 1st/4th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He died following a German gas attack at Ypres [19th December 1915].

He was buried at the Talana Farm Cemetery [III H 2].

He is remembered on the family grave at Christ Church, Pellon [3A 77], on the Memorial at Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, on the Memorial at United Reformed Church, Carlton Street, and on the Memorial at Rhodes Street Wesleyan Chapel

Green, William
[17??-1796] Son of William Green.

He married Sarah [17??-1783].

Children:

  1. Ann [1764-1802]
  2. George [1766-1789]
  3. William
  4. Sarah [b 1770]
  5. Grace [b 1768]
  6. John [1780-1791]

The children were all born at Cock Walk Farm, Clifton

Members of the family were buried at Hartshead Church

Green, William
[1705-1775] Born in Clifton.

He married (1) Mary [17??-1739].

Children:

  1. William

Mary died in 1739.

He married (2) Mary [17??-1799].

Members of the family were buried at Hartshead Church

Green, William
[1730-1762] Son of William Green.

Born in Clifton.

He married Ann [17??-1757].

Children:

  1. William

Members of the family were buried at Hartshead Church

Green, William
[1772-1831] Son of William Green.

He was a farmer at Cock Walk Farm, Clifton.

He married Hannah [1776-1859].

Children:

  1. Sarah [b 1802]
  2. Grace [b 1801]
  3. Ann [b 1800]
  4. William
  5. Martha [b 1812]
  6. Mary [b 1809]
  7. Hannah [1820-1834]
  8. Elizabeth [1806-1811]

All the family were buried at Hartshead Church

Green, William
[1804-1885] Son of William Green.

He married Mary [1805-1878].

Children:

  1. Ann [1826-1849] who was buried at Hartshead
  2. John [1828-1901] who was buried at Clifton
  3. George
  4. Sarah [b 1833]
  5. Hannah [b 1835]
  6. Elizabeth [b 1838] who married William Oade
  7. William
  8. Mary [1842-1845]
  9. Grace [b 1844]
  10. Ellen [b 1846]
  11. Emma [b 1849]

Mary died at Cock Walk Farm, Clifton [1878].

William died in 1885

Green, William
[1828-1???] Or Greenwood.

A labourer of Heptonstall.

He was a suspect in the murder of James Smith in 1850 because he had been seen near the toll house around midnight, and blood was found on his pillow at home.

It transpired that the blood was from a nose-bleed

Green, William
[1839-1874] Son of William Green.

In [Q2] 1862, he married Bridget Swallow [1838-1884] in Halifax.


Bridget was born in Rastrick
 

Children:

  1. Joah
  2. Mary Ann [1865-1865]
  3. John [1869-1871]
  4. Emma [1871-1871]

Members of the family were buried at St John the Evangelist, Clifton

Green, William
[1854-1916] Son of John Green.

In 1883, he married Mary Jessop [1862-1944].


Mary was born in Brighouse
 

Children:

  1. John
  2. David
  3. Lily [1888-1942] who married [1923] Albert Dacre [18??-1934]
  4. Herald
  5. Hannah [1896-1898]
  6. Sarah [1894-1936] who married Arthur Clayton and was murdered him

The family lived at 8 Armytage Road, Brighouse [1918].

Members of the family were buried at Brighouse Cemetery

Green, William Henry
[1855-19??] Born in Bury, Lancashire.

He was a postman [1901, 1911].

In 1917, he was said to be the oldest postman in Halifax (aged 62).

In 1901, he married Mary Ann Whaley [1867-19??] in Halifax.


Mary Ann was born in Waskley Park, Durham
 

Children:

  1. Harry Whaley
  2. John Walter [b 1892] who was a wool warehouseman [1911]
  3. Ethel [b 1895] who was a winder worsted mill [1911]
  4. Joe Priestley [b 1897] who was a worsted mill hand [1911]
  5. Isabel [b 1900]
  6. Sarah Jane [b 1906]
  7. Major William [b 1908]

The family lived at

  • 4 St Paul's Street, Halifax [1901]
  • 40 Diamond Terrace, King Cross, Halifax [1911]

 

Green surname
There are over 60 entries on the Calderdale Companion for people with the surname Green, as discussed in this SideTrack. This count does not include other forms of the surname.

Unattached BMDs for Green:


Marriages 1810, 1862, 1877, 1886, 1907, 1915, 1930; Death 1907
 



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