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Mr Thompson [18??-1???]
A. T. Thompson [18??-19??]
Arnold Thompson [1889-19??]
Arthur Thompson [1886-1955]
Benjamin Thomas Thompson [1802-1874]
Benjamin Townley Thompson [1871-1957]
Charles Thompson [1???-18??]
Charles Edwin Thompson [1857-1???]
Charles William Thompson [1880-19??]
Christian Thompson [19??-]
Cyril Thompson [18??-191?]
Sir Donald Thompson [1931-2005]
Donald Hoyle Thompson [1927-2009]
E. Thompson [1???-191?]
Edgar Thompson [1872-19??]
Edward Thompson [1816-18??]
Edward Palmer Thompson [1924-1993]
Edwin Thompson [1869-1920]
Ernest Thompson [1886-1916]
Ernest Thompson [1920-1944]
Ernest Samuel Wharton Thompson [1897-1918]
Ethel Thompson [18??-1916]
Frank Thompson [1921-1945]
Fred Thompson [18??-19??]
Frederick Thompson [17??-18??]
Frederick David Thompson [1892-1915]
Frederick Ward Thompson [1897-1917]
G. Thompson [17??-18??]
Rev G. A. Thompson [18??-1???]
G. M. C. Thompson [18??-19??]
Geoffrey Thompson [1???-19??]
George Thompson [1???-18??]
George Thompson [16??-1674]
George Thompson [17??-1???]
Rev George Thompson [18??-1???]
Rev George Thompson [18??-19??]
George Thompson [18??-19??]
George Thompson [1811-1???]
George Thompson [1823-1899]
George Thompson [1833-1???]
George Thompson [1874-19??]
Rev George Thompson [19??-20??]
George Albert Thompson [1883-19??]
George Armstrong Thompson [1872-1917]
Rev H. S. Thompson [18??-18??]
Harry Thompson [18??-19??]
Harry Thompson [1873-19??]
Rev Henry Thompson [18??-19??]
Henry Thompson [1807-1879]
Henry Thompson [1881-1936]
Henry James Houldsworth Thompson [1896-1964]
Herbert Edward Thompson [1891-1916]
J. Thompson [18??-19??]
J. Thompson [18??-19??]
J. W. Thompson [18??-19??]
Jack Thompson [1921-1942]
James Thompson [1769-1831]
James Thompson [1827-1857]
James Thompson [1845-1???]
James Thompson [1888-19??]
James Thompson [19??-19??]
James Wigglesworth Thompson [1816-1???]
Jimmy Thompson [1925-2005]
Joe Thompson [1880-19??]
John Thompson [1???-16??]
John Thompson [1769-1822]
Dr John Thompson [1781-1818]
John Thompson [1793-18??]
John Thompson [18??-19??]
John Thompson [18??-19??]
Rev John Thompson [18??-19??]
John Thompson [1819-18??]
John Thompson [1826-1???]
John Thompson [1829-19??]
John Thompson [1849-1???]
John Thompson [1892-1917]
John Thompson [1921-1942]
John Arthur Thompson [1878-1918]
Dr John Henry Thompson [1840-1909]
John Henry Thompson [1893-1915]
John Lockwood Thompson [1872-1950]
John William Thompson [1891-1918]
Joseph Thompson [17??-1812]
Joseph Thompson [1739-1802]
Joseph Thompson [18??-19??]
Joseph Thompson [18??-19??]
Joseph Thompson [1836-1???]
Joseph Thompson [1842-1919]
Joseph Lockwood Thompson [1840-1889]
Kate Thompson [1956-]
L. Thompson [18??-191?]
Lloyd Thompson [19??-19??]
Mary Thompson [1855-1856]
Norman Melville Parker Thompson [1891-1930]
Robert Thompson [1???-18??]
Robert Thompson [1801-1???]
Robert Thompson [1876-1955]
Samuel Thompson [18??-18??]
Samuel Thompson [1811-1???]
Samuel Charles Thompson [1877-19??]
Samuel Shaw Thompson [1862-19??]
Selwyn Thompson [1923-1944]
T. H. Thompson [18??-19??]
Thomas Thompson [18??-19??]
Thomas Thompson [1832-1???]
Thomas Thompson [1895-1918]
Thomas Thompson [1896-1918]
Thomas William Thompson [18??-18??]
Rev W. Thompson [18??-19??]
W. B. Thompson [17??-18??]
Wallace Thompson [1847-1901]
Wallace Thompson [1887-1917]
Walter Thompson [1847-1???]
Walter Leonard Thompson [1872-1957]
William Thompson [1???-1857]
William Thompson [16??-17??]
William Thompson [17??-1???]
William Thompson [17??-17??]
William Thompson [17??-18??]
William Thompson [1733-1799]
William Thompson [1786-18??]
William Thompson [18??-18??]
William Thompson [1855-1???]
William Barnes Thompson [1799-1846]
William Frank Thompson [1921-1944]
William Henry Thompson [1817-18??]
William Holdsworth Thompson [1872-1949]
Dr William Rosetherns Thompson [1868-19??]
Zachariah Thompson [18??-18??]


Thompson, Mr
[18??-1???] In 1870, he went into partnership with Joe Richardson at Brookfoot Dye Works

Thompson, A. T.
[18??-19??] He was postmaster at Hebden Bridge Post Office [1897-1908]. In March 1908, he left to serve at Bakewell, Derbyshire

Thompson, Arnold
[1889-19??] Son of Job Thompson, horse keeper.

He was an overlooker of 12 Vaughan Street, Fenton Place [1911].

In [Q2] 1911, he married Gertrude Smith at St James's Church, Halifax.


Gertrude, of 10 Melville Place, was the daughter of
David Smith
 

They lived at 4 (or 7) Wentworth Terrace, Pellon Lane

Thompson, Arthur
[1886-1955] Chairman of George Thompson & Sons Limited and former chairman of the Federation of Leather-Belting Manufacturers of the United Kingdom.

In his will, he left bequests for Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge, Bolton Brow Methodist Church, Norland Children's Home, John Ambler Trust, Halifax, and Sowerby Bridge Bowling Club.

Probate records show an estate valued at £124,711

Thompson, Benjamin Thomas
[1802-1874] Son of John Thompson.

Born 27th July 1802.

He was a land owner and farmer of 9 acres [1871] / a cardmaker [1874].

He married Hannah [1821-18??].


Hannah was born in Ripponden
 

Children:

  1. Mary Ellen [1838-1847]
  2. Joseph

The family lived at

He died 1st December 1874

Thompson, Benjamin Townley
[1871-1957] Aka Benny.

Eldest son of Joseph Thompson.

He was a stone merchant – own account [1901] / a quarry owner [1911] / a quarry owner and stone merchant at Watson Quarries, Southowram [1936].

He lived at

He was buried at St Anne's Church, Southowram

Thompson, Charles
[1???-18??] A student from Horton. He was ordained in 1826. He was Minister at Pellon Lane Particular Baptist Church [1826]

Thompson, Charles Edwin
[1857-1???] Son of George Thompson, saddler.

He was a saddler of Bolton Brow [1882] / a leather belt maker [1891] / a leather belt maker (employer) [1901]

In 1882, he married Mary Ann Uttley [1861-1???] at Halifax Parish Church.


Mary Ann was the daughter of John Uttley, weaver
 

Children:

  1. George Albert
  2. Florence [b 1884]
  3. Herbert [b 1886] who was a leather belt maker [1901]
  4. Sarah E [b 1890]
  5. Evelyn [b 1895]
  6. Amy [b 1899]

The family lived at 1 Upper Bolton Brow, Sowerby Bridge [1891, 1901]

Thompson, Charles William
[1880-19??] Son of John Thompson.

Born in Sowerby Bridge.

He was a leather belt maker [1891, 1901, 1911].

In 1905, he married Emma Longbottom at Bolton Brow Wesleyan Chapel, Sowerby Bridge.


Emma was the daughter of Joseph Longbottom
 

The family lived at

  • Glen View, Burnley Road, Halifax [1905]
  • 17 Hill Crest, Sowerby Bridge [1911]

Living with them in 1911 were Emma's parents Hannah and Joseph Longbottom

Thompson, Christian
[19??-] Hebden Bridge author. His works include

  • That Which Does Not Kill You
  • Sing No Sad Songs

Thompson, Cyril
[18??-191?] He was educated at Crossley & Porter School.

He served in World War I.

He died in the conflict.

He is remembered on the Memorial at Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, on the Memorial at Crossley & Porter School, Halifax, and on the Memorial at Trinity Road Baptist Church, Halifax

Thompson, Sir Donald
[1931-2005] MP.

Son of Geoffrey Thompson.

He attended Holy Trinity School, Halifax, and Hipperholme Grammar School.

He expanded the family business and developed a successful plastics manufacturing business.

He was a member of the West Riding and West Yorkshire County Councils, and later Calderdale Council.

He was the first local Conservative MP after World War II. Conservative MP for Sowerby [1979-1983]. Conservative MP for Calder Valley [1983-1997]. At the 1983 general election, the Parliamentary seat was adjusted and renamed Calder Valley He served in the Thatcher Government, as a minister for more than 8 years and a government whip.

He was knighted in 1992.

In July 1997, having lost his seat in parliament, he was appointed Director of the War Memorials Trust – then known as The Friends of War Memorials – a charity which he had helped to found in 1996.

In 1957, he married Patricia Hopkins.

They had 2 two sons.

The family lived at Lightcliffe

Thompson, Donald Hoyle
[1927-2009] Educated at Hipperholme Grammar School and Bradford Technical College. He taught at Lightcliffe CE School, and in Halifax and Bradford before becoming headmaster at Draycott-in-the-Clay and then at Wheaton Aston, Staffordshire. He had strong links with the Scout Movement, and was a driving force in the building of their first HQ, then a hut at Coach Road which opened in 1953.

In 1963, he was the founder of the Fellsman Hike, a 65-mile fell race in the Yorkshire Dales from Grassington to Ingleton

He died 4th May 2009

Thompson, E.
[1???-191?] He served in World War I.

He died in the conflict.

He is remembered on Coley War Memorial

Thompson, Edgar
[1872-19??] Son of Wallace Thompson.

Born in Halifax.

He was a bricklayer's labourer [1891] / licensed victualler at the Punch Bowl, Salterhebble [1901].

In [Q2] 1896, he married Ada Summerskill [1872-19??].


Ada was born in Warley
 

Children:

  1. Wallace W. [b 1897]

Living with them [in 1901] was sister Florence Thompson [b  1885]

Thompson, Edward
[1816-18??] He was a farmer of 40 acres Sunny Bank Farm, Southowram [1851]

Thompson, Edward Palmer
[1924-1993] Born in Oxford. He was educated at Bath and at Corpus Christi College Cambridge.

In 1948, he married Dorothy Towers, and the family moved to Halifax.

They lived at Holly Bank, Siddal.

He taught history and literature. He is best known as a Marxist historian who wrote The Making of the English Working Class [1963] in Halifax.

In 1965, he took up a post at the University of Warwick and left Halifax.

See Ralph Rumney

Thompson, Edwin
[1869-1920] Son of Frederick Thompson, grocer at King Cross.

Born in Halifax.

He was a grocer of 110 Haugh Shaw Road, Halifax [1894] / a grocer's assistant [1901] / an assistant grocer [1911] / proprietor of the Jessamine Cash Stores / on war duty in a camp near Barrow [1917].

In 1894, he married Catherine Perry [1870-19??] at St Peter's Church, Bradford (Bradford Cathedral).


Catherine, a domestic servant of 14 Horton Road, Horton, was born in Potterhanworth, Lincolnshire, the daughter of William Perry, agricultural labourer
 

Children:

  1. Florence [b 1896] who was a dressmaker's apprentice [1911]
  2. Frederick Ward
  3. Vera [b 1904]

The family lived at 58 Hyde Park Road, Halifax [1901, 1911].

Edwin died in Halifax [1920].

In [Q2] 1926, a Catherine Thompson married George Hodgson in Halifax

Thompson, Ernest
[1886-1916] Son of William Thompson.

Born in Cliffe End, Yorkshire.

He was a colliery labourer (above ground) [1901] / a conductor and motorman on Halifax tramways [for 7 years] / a tram conductor of 22 Ball Road Lane, Longwood [1909] / an electric tramways conductor [1911] / inspector of agents for Fattorini's, Bradford [1914].

In [Q1] 1909, he married Nora Elizabeth Stead [1888-19??] at St Mark's, Longwood.


Nora Elizabeth was the daughter of Charles G. Stead
 

They lived at

  • 46 Upper Washer Lane, King Cross, Halifax [1911]
  • Stafford Green, Salterhebble
  • 60 Newlands Place, Undercliffe, Bradford [1916]

During World War I, he enlisted at Bradford [1914], and served as a Private with B Company 18th Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own).

He was killed on the first day of the Battle of the Somme [1st July 1916] (aged 30).

He is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial [2A, 2C & 2D]

Thompson, Ernest
[1920-1944]

During World War II, he served as a Private with the Welsh Regiment.

He died 13th February 1944.

He was buried at Stoney Royd Cemetery [H 131]

Thompson, Ernest Samuel Wharton
[1897-1918] Son of Jane Ellen & George Wharton Thompson of 1 Amisfield Road, Hipperholme.

During World War I, he served as a Corporal with the 2nd/4th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He died 29th September 1918 (aged 21).

He was buried at the Grand Ravine British Cemetery, Havrincourt [C 24].

He is remembered on the Memorial at Hipperholme Grammar School

Thompson, Ethel
[18??-1916] Agnes Rigby from Blackburn, and Ethel from Blackpool – both workhouse nurses – were found drowned in the canal at Todmorden on Thursday 19th October 1916. It is believed that they missed their way in the darkness

Thompson, Frank
[1921-1945] Son of Susannah & James Thompson of Cornholme.

During World War II, he served as a Bombardier with 85 Anti-Tank Regiment Royal Artillery.

He died 17th March 1945 (aged 24).

He was buried at the Yokohama War Cemetery [Brit Sec P A 5].

He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

Thompson, Fred
[18??-19??] In 1945, he bought Sunny Vale Pleasure Gardens. In 1958, he sold the gardens to Bert Myers

Thompson, Frederick
[17??-18??] Youngest son of James Thompson.

On 11th June 1841, he was called to the degree of Barrister-at-Law by the honourable society of the Middle Temple

Thompson, Frederick David
[1892-1915] Son of Ada Thompson of Halifax.

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

He died 19th December 1915 (aged 23).

He was buried at the Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery [II B 1]

Thompson, Frederick Ward
[1897-1917] Son of Edwin Thompson.

Born in Halifax.

He was a member of St Paul's Church, King Cross, Sunday School & Choir / educated at Parkinson Lane School & Halifax Secondary School [until 1913] / an undermanager at Horsfall & Company.

During World War I, he enlisted with the Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment)  [March 1916], then served as a Private with the 6th Battalion York & Lancaster Regiment.

He died of wounds [28th August 1917].

He was buried at the Bard Cottage Cemetery [IV E 21].

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

Thompson, G.
[17??-18??] Watch-glass-cutter at Halifax.

In September 1821, he was declared bankrupt

Thompson, Rev G. A.
[18??-1???] Headmaster of Hipperholme Grammar School [1876]. In 1877, he was appointed Headmaster of Richard Collier's School, Horsham

Thompson, G. M. C.
[18??-19??] Halifax solicitor [1934].

He qualified in June 1931

Thompson, Geoffrey
[1???-19??] He married Rachel who had worked as a weaver from the age of 12 until her marriage.

He and Rachel ran a butcher's shop in Hanson Lane – see Sapho Pearson.

The business was famous for its black puddings.

Children:

  1. Donald

Thompson, George
[1???-18??] Tea dealer of the Broad Doorstones in Crown Street.

He lived at Dunkirk Farm

Thompson, George
[16??-1674] Curate at Sowerby Bridge [16??]. He died at Bury

Thompson, George
[17??-1???] Coiner of Halifax. He was imprisoned at Newgate prison in Newcastle

Thompson, Rev George
[18??-1???] He trained at Rotherham College, and served at Dundee [1865] and Mexborough [1867] before becoming Minister at Stannary Congregational Church, Halifax [1871-1880]. He moved to City Road [1880] and Eastbourne [1891]

Thompson, Rev George
[18??-19??] MA.

He served at Hartlepool before becoming Vicar of All Saints' Church, Harley Wood [1887]. He left in January 1897 to become the Bishop's chaplain to the diocese of Wakefield

Thompson, George
[18??-19??] In 1861, he was listed as a saddler and harness maker, tanner, currier & leather cutter, mill bands, roller and picker straps at Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge.

He established George Thompson & Sons Limited. He lived at Albert Road, Sowerby Bridge [1905]

Thompson, George
[1811-1???] Son of William Thompson.

He worked in the family milling business at Luddendenfoot Mill [1841].

He was one of the founders of Luddendenfoot Wesleyan Methodist Church / a member of the Luddendenfoot Local Board [1868].

He was a drinking acquaintance of Branwell Brontë during his employment at Luddendenfoot Station

Thompson, George
[1823-1899] Of Longfield House, Sowerby Bridge.

He died at home [8th April 1899].

He was buried at Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge [12th April 1899]

Thompson, George
[1833-1???] Born in Halifax.

He was a shoe merchant [1871].

In 1870, he married Sarah Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel Atkinson, in Halifax.

Children:

  1. Mary Elizabeth [b 1870]
  2. John Jagger [b 1875] who was a clerk in a dyer's office [1891]
  3. Samuel Charles

The family lived at 11 Queens Terrace, Battersea, London, Surrey [1871].

In 1881 & 1891, Sarah Elizabeth and sons were living with her father Samuel at 12 North Parade, Halifax

Thompson, George
[1874-19??] Son of Joseph Thompson.

He was a quarry worker [1897, 1901] / a quarry owner [1911] / a stone merchant [1919].

On 1st May 1897, George was injured in a boiler explosion at one of his father's quarries. He had only been working there for about a week

Thompson, Rev George
[19??-20??] Minister at Bethesda Methodist New Connexion Chapel, Elland [1962]

Thompson, George Albert
[1883-19??] Son of Charles Edwin Thompson.

He was a leather belt maker [1901, 1911].

On 14th August 1907, he married Laura Sugden Briggs at Bolton Brow Wesleyan Methodist Chapel.


Laura was the daughter of William Briggs of Tuel Lane, Relieving Officer for Sowerby Bridge
 

Children:

  1. Dorothy May [b 1910]

The family lived at

  • Willow Drive, Sowerby Bridge [1907]
  • 75 Park View, Sowerby Bridge [1911]

Thompson, George Armstrong
[1872-1917] MM.

Son of Thomas Thompson.

Born at Sedbergh.

He was a coachman of Woodland [1901] / a teamer (dye works) [1911].

He married (1) Unknown.

In [Q2] 1901, he married (2) Lizzie Roebuck [1870-19??] in Dewsbury at St Saviour's Church, Brownhill.


Lizzie, a domestic servant of Ramshill House, Batley, was born in Masborough, Rotherham, the daughter of Benjamin Roebuck, miner.

She had a daughter: Dorothy [b Batley 1899]

 

Children:

  1. Alec [b 1907]
  2. Tom [1911] who died in infancy
  3. daughter

They lived at 7 Dark Lane Head, Southowram. 7 Dark Lane Head, Southowram [1911].

During World War I, he served as a Gunner with the 65th Brigade Royal Field Artillery.

He was killed by shell fire as the battery were coming into action [30th July 1917] (aged 45).

He was buried at the Zantvoorde British Cemetery [III A 1].

He is remembered on the Memorial at Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, on Southowram War Memorial, and on the Memorial at Saint Anne's Church, Southowram

He was awarded the Military Medal for bravery in the field [13th November 1916]

Thompson, Rev H. S.
[18??-18??] He was Minister at Brighouse New Connexion Chapel [1865]

Thompson, Harry
[18??-19??] He was a shoemaker with business in Pye Nest.

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. John Henry

The family lived at 3 Upper Gaukroger, Sowerby New Road, Sowerby Bridge [1915]

Thompson, Harry
[1873-19??] Born in Halifax.

He was a hot water fitter [1901] / an iron dresser [1911] / a store keeper [1918].

Around 1895, he married Catherine / Kate [1880-19??] from Halifax.

Children:

  1. Thomas [b 1897] who was a presser wholesale fustian clothing [1911]
  2. Elsie [b 1899] who was a ticket sewer on school part time [1911]
  3. Nellie [b 1900]
  4. Mary J [b 1901]
  5. James [b 1902]
  6. Phylis [b 1904]
  7. Ethel [b 1905]
  8. Sarah Annie [b 1909]
  9. Stanfeild [b 1911]

The family lived at

  • 30 George Street, Keighley [1901]
  • 23 Garden Street, Hebden Bridge [1911]
  • 26 Calder Bank, Hebden Bridge [1918]

Thompson, Rev Henry
[18??-19??] Vicar of St George's Church, Sowerby [1946, 1958]

Thompson, Henry
[1807-1879] Son of John Thompson.

Born at St Ann's in the Grove, Southowram [14th/17th July 1807].

He was a landed proprietor [1851] / income from land [1871].

In 1866, he married Alice Crowther [1824-1891].


Alice was born in Southowram
 

Children:

  1. Laura A. [b 1868]

The family lived at

Henry died 4th October 1879 (aged 72).

Alice died 28th January 1891.

The couple were buried at St Anne's Church, Southowram: Henry [8th October 1879].

Probate records show that he left a personal estate valued at under £1,500.

The will was proved by his widow Alice and Alfred Crowther of 112 Oldham Road, Miles Platting, near Manchester, (butcher) 

Thompson, Henry
[1881-1936] Son of Joseph Thompson.

He was an architect [1901].

In 1904, he married Ann [1880-1926], daughter of Benjamin Briggs, in Halifax

Thompson, Henry James Houldsworth
[1896-1964] Son of Walter Leonard Thompson.

He was a motor engineer of St Ann's in the Grove, Southowram [1934]

In 1934, he married Phyllis Hirst [1913-1991].


Phyllis, of 33 Briscoe Terrace, Greetland, was the daughter of Joe Allan Hirst, dyer
 

Children:

  1. Sybil Mary [1934-1991]

Henry James died 15th July 1964 (aged 68).

Phyllis died 4th April 1991 (aged 78).

Sybil Mary died 5th November 1991 (aged 57).

Members of the family were buried at St Anne's Church, Southowram with Thomas Wilkinson Hemingway and family

Thompson, Herbert Edward
[1891-1916] Son of Samuel Shaw Thompson.

He was a plumber & sanitary engineer [1911].

During World War I, he enlisted [September 1914], and served as a Sergeant with the 1st/4th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He went to the Front [April 1916].

He was reported missing and assumed to have died [3rd September 1916] (aged 24).

He was buried at the Mill Road Cemetery, Thiepval [I G 13]

He is remembered on the Memorial at Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, on the Memorial at Saint Mary's Church, Halifax, on the Memorial at Heath Grammar School, on the Memorial at Halifax Bowling Club, and on the Memorial at Halifax Secondary School

Thompson, J.
[18??-19??] Ginger beer and mineral water manufacturer at Winding Road, Halifax

Thompson, J.
[18??-19??] Plumber and glazier at Halifax.

In May 1883, he was declared bankrupt

Thompson, J. W.
[18??-19??] Curate at Brighouse [1924-1930]

Thompson, Jack
[1921-1942] Son of Ada & George William Thompson of Brighouse.

During World War II, he served as a Gunner with 158 Field Regiment Royal Artillery.

He died 14th July 1942 (aged 21).

He was buried at the Gauhati War Cemetery [1 E 26]

Thompson, James
[1769-1831] Son of William Thompson. Halifax solicitor. In 1786, he was articled to James Wigglesworth for 5 years and later became his partner, as Wigglesworth & Thompson.

Thomas Adam was articled to Thompson.

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. William Barnes
  2. Frederick

See Thompson, Stansfeld & Thompson

Thompson, James
[1827-1857] Of Rhodes Street, Halifax.

He had been depressed for some time, and died after taking a large dose of ammonia. On Saturday, 18th April 1857, an inquest took place and the jury returned a verdict that he had drunk the ammonia in the belief that it would do him good

Thompson, James
[1845-1???] Son of Samuel Thompson.

He was a butcher [1871, 1883, 1881, 1891].

In [Q4] 1871, he married Sarah Grace Denham [1848-1???].

Children:

  1. Walter Leonard
  2. Mary Ann [b 1874]
  3. Janet [b 1876]
  4. Ethel Maud [b 1878]
  5. Samuel H [b 1880]
  6. Cicily Emma [b 1882]

The family lived at

  • 18 Caunce Street, Layton with Warbreck, Lancashire [1881, 1883]
  • 74 Cookson Street,Blackpool [1891]

Thompson, James
[1888-19??] Son of Richard Henry Thompson, plate layer.

He was a dresser of Upper Fold, Greetland [1907].

In 1907, he married Alice Ann Whiteley at Halifax Parish Church.


Alice Ann was the daughter of
Allen Whiteley
 

Children:

  1. Ann [b 1911]

In 1911, Alice Ann (drawer worsted) and daughter Ann were living with Alice Ann's family

Thompson, James
[19??-19??] In [Q3] 1946, he married Minnie Goodyear in Halifax.


Minnie was the daughter of
Fred Goodyear
 

Thompson, James Wigglesworth
[1816-1???] Son of John Thompson.

He was a landed proprietor [1851] / income from land [1851].

He lived next door to his parents at St Ann's in the Grove, Southowram [1851].

He is buried in the family grave at St Anne's Church, Southowram [M 16]

Thompson, Jimmy
[1925-2005] Halifax-born actor who has appeared in several light-comedy TV and film rôles

Thompson, Joe
[1880-19??] Engineer. He set up business designing and making cranes in 1903. Founding partner in Thompson & Munroe Limited

Thompson, John
[1???-16??] Curate at Elland [1633] and Curate at Sowerby Bridge [1652-1653]

Thompson, John
[1769-1822] Son of Joseph Thompson.

Born in Southowram.

In 1790, he married Ann Holdsworth.

Children:

  1. John [1796-1840]
  2. Mary [1801-1863] who married Thomas Wilkinson Hemingway
  3. Benjamin Thomas
  4. George [1803-1821]
  5. Henry
  6. James Wigglesworth

The family lived at St Ann's in the Grove, Southowram [1851].

Living next door [1851] were son James and nephew Edwin H. Barber [b 1816] (stone mason) 

John died in Southowram [30th August 1822] (aged 53).

Anne died in Southowram [31st January 1854].

The couple were buried at St Anne's Church, Southowram [M 16]

Thompson, Dr John
[1781-1818] Or Thomson.

Born in Kendal.

He trained in Scotland before coming to practise in Halifax.

He succeeded Dr Joseph Hulme as the Halifax physician.

He was one of the founders of the Halifax Dispensary.

He was a member of Northgate End Chapel.

He wrote a hymn

Jehovah, God Thy gracious power

He lived in Halifax for 9 years before moving to Leeds, where he died.

There was a white marble memorial – by Sir Francis Legatt Chantrey RA – to him, built by public subscription in Northgate End Chapel

Thompson, John
[1793-18??] He served with the 2nd Battalion 84th Foot York & Lancaster Regiment in the Peninsular War

Thompson, John
[18??-19??] Horse slaughterer.

Recorded in March 1916, when he was a 32 North Bridge Street, Halifax.

An advertisement in the Halifax Courier stated that a humane killer was used

See Abram Crossley

Thompson, John
[18??-19??] Methodist Minister in Sowerby Bridge [1820]

Thompson, Rev John
[18??-19??] Minister of Bridge End Congregational Church, Brighouse [1908]

Thompson, John
[1819-18??] Born in Skircoat.

He was a beer house keeper at an unidentified beerhouse at 27 St James's Road, Halifax [1851].


Question: Does anyone know which beerhouse this may have been?

 

He married Lydia [1820-18??].


Lydia was born in Warley
 

Thompson, John
[1826-1???] Born in Halifax.

He was innkeeper at the Malt Shovel, Ambler Thorn [1891].

He married Elizabeth [1831-1???] from Bingley

Thompson, John
[1829-19??] Born in Keighley.

He was Caretaker at Crossley Almshouses, Margaret Street [1901].

He married Anne (or AmyMaria [1858-19??] from Norfolk.

Children:

  1. Anne H. [b 1886]
  2. Dorothy Amelia [b 1898]

After John's death, his widow fostered Telford Thompson Dyson

Thompson, John
[1849-1???] Born in Halifax.

He was a leather cutter [1871] / a leather cutter (currier) [1881] / a belt maker [1891] / a farmer, carrier & leather merchant [1901].

In 1870, he married Ann Smith [1849-1???] in Halifax.

Children:

  1. Ellen [b 1872] who was a cotton reeler [1891]
  2. George Smith [b 1877] who was a belt maker [1891, 1901]
  3. Edgar [b 1879] who was a cabinet maker [1891, 1901]
  4. Charles William
  5. Ernest [b 1890]

The family lived at

Thompson, John
[1892-1917]

He married Eliza Drake in Halifax.

They lived at Cherry Cottage, Hove Edge.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the Grenadier Guards.

He died 7th February 1917 (aged 25).

He was buried at Brighouse Cemetery [D U 627]

Thompson, John
[1921-1942] Son of Elizabeth & John Thompson of Halifax.

During World War II, he served as a Flight Sergeant with 138 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.

He died 27th March 1942 (aged 21).

He is remembered on the Runnymede Memorial [76]

Thompson, John Arthur
[1878-1918] Son of Mary & Joseph H. Thompson of Halifax.

In [Q3] 1904, he married Gertrude Boleyn Parke in Halifax.

They lived at 22 Rosebery Avenue, Siddal.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 11th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers.

He was buried at the Bordighera British Cemetery [IV B 1]

He died 7th March 1918 (aged 40).

Thompson, Dr John Henry
[1840-1909]

He was vicar's warden at Mytholmroyd Church / a schoolmaster / a doctor at Mytholmroyd.

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. son
  2. Fanny [1873-1967]

On 1st January 1910, a memorial window was unveiled at Mytholmroyd Church.

He lived at Calder Grange House, Mytholmroyd [1893].

See Dr George Binns

Thompson, John Henry
[1893-1915] Of Sowerby.

Son of Harry Thompson.

He was a member of the Christadelphian Association, Sowerby Bridge / employed in the Sowerby Bridge engine shed of the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Company / employed by Robert Whitworth & Company.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the Plymouth Battalion R. N. Div. Royal Marine Light Infantry.

He was killed in action in the Dardanelles [28th June 1915].

He is remembered on the Helles Memorial [2-7], on the World War I Memorial in Sowerby Church, and on the Memorial at Saint George's Church, Sowerby

Thompson, John Lockwood
[1872-1950] Son of Joseph Lockwood Thompson.

Born 9th August 1872.

He was a coal merchant [1900, 1906].

In 1900, he married Martha Eleanor Mallinson Maude in Halifax.

Children:

  1. Leslie John Maude [1901-1975]
  2. Eleanor Maude [1906-1944] who married [1926] Ashton Pickles [1899-1979]

John died in Stockport [6th May 1950].

Martha died at The Retreat, York [1954].

The ashes of the couple were buried at St Luke's Church, Norland in the grave of Martha's parents.

See Samuel Garsed

Thompson, John William
[1891-1918] Son of Fred Thompson of 50 Rock Street, Linthwaite.

Born in Halifax.

During World War I, he served as a Gunner with B Battery 68th Brigade Royal Field Artillery.

He died 23rd April 1918 (aged 27).

He was buried at the Alexandria (Hadra) War Memorial Cemetery [F 131]

Thompson, Joseph
[17??-1812] A Halifax character. As a child, he was mistreated by his employer with the result that he was crippled and had to be released from his apprenticeship. He made a living playing the fiddle around the pubs and inns in Halifax

Thompson, Joseph
[1739-1802] Nephew of William Thompson.

He was attorney in Halifax.

He practised at St Ann's in the Grove, Southowram.

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. John

Thompson, Joseph
[18??-19??] A 1900 advertisement announced

Joseph Thompson

Grand Exhibition of Glass, China & Earthenware

5 Pellon Lane, Halifax

Thompson, Joseph
[18??-19??] On 23rd August 1924, he decided to develop the Norton Tower estate, Halifax

Thompson, Joseph
[1836-1???] Son of Samuel Thompson.

He was a quarryman [1871] / a stone quarryman [1881].

In 1858, he married Hannah Oates [1836-1???].


Hannah was the daughter of Joseph Oates
 

Children:

  1. Ann [b 1857/8] who is shown as Ann Oates [1871] and Ann Thompson [1881]
  2. Samuel [b 1860]
  3. John [b 1866]
  4. Emily [b 1869]
  5. Sarah Ellen [b 1871]
  6. Ruth [b 1873]

The family lived at

  • Lightcliffe Road, Brighouse [1871]
  • New Street, Hipperholme [1881]

Thompson, Joseph
[1842-1919] Aka Joe.

Son of Benjamin Thomas Thompson.

He was a stone merchant [1867] / a stone merchant employing 12 men [1871] / a stone mason employing 10 men [1881] / a stone merchant [1891, 1899] / a quarry owner [1901] / a retired stone merchant [1911]. He established Joseph Thompson & Son.

On 17th October 1867, he married Fanny Riley at Halifax Parish Church.


Fanny was the youngest daughter of the late Edward Riley
 

Children:

  1. Mary Alice who died 6th October 1868 aged 20 weeks
  2. Lucy [b 1869] who married [August 1899] Albert Jagger
  3. Benjamin Townley
  4. William Holdsworth
  5. George
  6. Joe [b 1876] who was a mechanic [1901]
  7. Annie [b 1877]
  8. Arnold [b 1879]
  9. Henry

The family lived at

Joseph died 2nd February 1919.

Fanny died 10th June 1922 (aged 80).

Members of the family were buried at St Anne's Church, Southowram

Thompson, Joseph Lockwood
[1840-1889] Born in Brighouse.

He was a coal merchant [1872].

In [Q4] 1865, he married Lavinia Hartley [1843-1901] in Halifax.


Lavinia was born in Brighouse
 

Children:

  1. Mary Elizabeth [b 1867]
  2. Ada [b 1868]
  3. Clara [b 1870]
  4. John Lockwood
  5. Amy [b 1876]
  6. Frederick [b 1879]

Joseph & Lavinia died in Elland

Thompson, Kate
[1956-] Belfast-born actress-turned-writer. In 1989, she won the best actress award in the Dublin Theatre Festival. In the 1990s, she turned to writing and her first novel – It Means Mischief – went straight into the bestseller list. Other novels followed:

  • More Mischief
  • Going Down
  • The Blue Hour
  • Striking Poses
  • A Perfect Life
  • Living the Dream
  • Sex, Lies and Fairytales
  • The New Policeman – for children

She is married to actor Malcolm Douglas, and they have a daughter Clara. She lives in Halifax

Thompson, L.
[18??-191?] He was educated at Crossley & Porter School.

He served in World War I.

He died in the conflict.

He is remembered on the Memorial at Crossley & Porter School, Halifax

Thompson, Lloyd
[19??-19??] He lived at Grange House, Warley.

He married Fifi.

Children:

  1. son [b 1936]

Thompson, Mary
[1855-1856] On 1st November 1856, Mary, an infant aged 22 months, of Todmorden, became ill after eating all or part of 12 lucifer matches. Dr Schofield prescribed castor oil, but the vomiting continued and the child died. The inquest returned a verdict of
death through accidentally eating lucifer matches

Thompson, Norman Melville Parker
[1891-1930] Born in Halifax [1st February 1891].

He was a clerk [1915].

In 1915, he married Minnie Bentley in Halifax.


Minnie was the daughter of
Robinson Bentley
 

Norman died in Leyburn [1930].

Minnie died in Blackpool [1984]

Thompson, Robert
[1???-18??] Miller at Luddendenfoot.

He had an illegitimate daughter by Mary Ann Titterington:

  1. Lucy / Louisa [b 1844] who married Robert Marland

Thompson, Robert
[1801-1???] He was a Methodist minister [1841].

He married Hannah [1801-1???].

Children:

  1. Jabez [b 1830]
  2. John [b 1832]

The family lived at 13 Bedford Terrace, Halifax [1841]

Thompson, Robert
[1876-1955] Furniture maker from Kilburn, North Yorkshire.

He is known as the Mouseman of Kilburn on account of his trademark mouse which he carved on (most of) his furniture.

Local examples of his work can be found in Duke of Wellington's Chapel in Halifax Parish Church, Ripponden Parish Church Font Cover, and St Nicholas's Chapel in Elland Parish Church

Thompson, Samuel
[18??-18??] Published the Tradesmen's Select Advertiser [1871]

Thompson, Samuel
[1811-1???] Born in Southowram.

He was a gentleman [1851] / a farmer & land owner of 5 acres [1871] / a retired farmer [1881].

He married Mary.

Children:

  1. Ann [b 1837]
  2. James
  3. Walter

The family lived at

  • Chapel Brier, Southowram (with Henry Thompson [b 1816]) [1841]
  • Hill Top, Southowram [1851]
  • Birks Royd, Southowram [1871]
  • 16 Caunce Street, Layton with Warbreck, Lancashire [1881]

Samuel died at Blackpool [20th November 1883].

Probate records show that he left a personal estate valued at £51.

The will was proved by sons James of 18 Caunce Street, Blackpool (butcher)  and Walter of 19 Milburn Street, Blackpool (watchmaker) 

A notice in 2nd January 1875 announced


Sale by Private Contract for r. Samuel Thompson, the Owner, Birks Royd, Southowram, 5 acres containing 13 feet of Riven stone with open quarry, also the substantial house known as Birks Royd and 6 cottages within 80 yards of the house and stables. Of interest to Quarry owners, Stone Merchants and Others
 

Thompson, Samuel Charles
[1877-19??] Son of George Thompson.

Born in Halifax.

He was a mechanic iron turner [1901] / innkeeper of the Black Lion, Halifax [1911].

In 1900, he married Grace Ann Hill [1876-19??] in Halifax.

Children:

  1. Doris [b 1897]
  2. Mildred Elizabeth [1900-1901]
  3. George [b 1902]
  4. Milly [b 1907]

The family lived at 4 Vaughan Street, Halifax [1901].

Living with them in 1901 was boarder Eliza J McLeod [aged 18] (chemist's assistant) 

Thompson, Samuel Shaw
[1862-19??] Son of Thomas William Thompson, stuff presser.

Born in Norland.

He was a plumber of Hanson Lane [1888] / a plumber (gas, steam & water) [1891] / a plumber's engineer [1901] / a plumber [1911, 1916]

In 1888, he married Mary Ellen Wood [1866-1936] at Christ Church, Pellon.


Mary Ellen, of Foundry Street, was born in Halifax, the daughter of Joseph Wood, boiler maker
 


 

Children:

  1. Ruth [b 1889]
  2. Herbert Edward
  3. Samuel Shaw [1896-1932]

The family lived at

  • 34 Brinton Terrace, Halifax [1891]
  • 49 St Mary's Street, Halifax [1901]
  • 45 King Cross Street, Halifax [1911, 1916]

Thompson, Selwyn
[1923-1944] Son of J. E. Thompson of Siddal.

During World War II, he served as a Sergeant with the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.

He died 24th July 1944 (aged 21).

He is remembered on the Leeds Crematorium Screen Wall [3]

Thompson, T. H.
[18??-19??] Around 1883, he established a tailor and clothier business at 53 Crown Street, Halifax. By 1888, he had expanded to premises on the corner at 55 Crown Street and 2 Central Street, Halifax. He was known as
The People's clothier

and his business was known as The People's Clothing Emporium

Thompson, Thomas
[18??-19??] He was a coachman [1901].

He married Jane [18??-1???].

Children:

  1. George Armstrong

Thompson, Thomas
[1832-1???] Born in Ovenden.

He was butcher & farmer of 15 acres [1881] / butcher [1891].

The family lived at

Living with him [in 1881] were lodgers Joseph Westwood and his mother Sarah.

Living with him in 1891 were lodgers Joseph Westwood, his wife Annie and daughter Lilian

In 1901, he was a visitor living with Joseph Westwood at Market Street, Halifax

Thompson, Thomas
[1895-1918] Son of Catherine & Harry Thompson of 26 Calder Bank, Fairfield, Hebden Bridge. Born in Keighley.

During World War I, he served as a Corporal with the 6th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He died 18th October 1918 (aged 23).

He was buried at the St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen [S II J 4]

Thompson, Thomas
[1896-1918] Son of Harry Thompson.

Born in Halifax [24th June 1896].

He was educated in Keighley / a presser wholesale fustian clothing [1911] / an engineer's assistant / a keen sportsman / interested in boxing and football.

He never married.

During World War I, he served as a Corporal with the 6th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He served with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders [from April 1915].

He was severely wounded in action on the 14th October 1918. He had volunteered to take a message saying that his unit had been fighting since daybreak and were short of ammunition.

He died in the General Hospital, Rouen [18th October 1918] (aged 23).

He was buried at the St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen [S II J 4]

Thompson, Thomas William
[18??-18??] A beer seller of Sowerby Bridge.

On 24th April 1870, he was assaulted by Harold Wilkinson & Major Broadbent, both of Norland. They were both committed for 2 months

Thompson, Rev W.
[18??-19??] BD.

Minister at Sion Congregational Church, Halifax [1907]

Thompson, W. B.
[17??-18??] See Judge James Stansfeld and Thompson, Stansfeld & Thompson

Thompson, Wallace
[1847-1901] Born in Halifax.

He was an overlooker worsted spinning [1871] / landlord of the T' Cat i' th' Window, Halifax [1881, 1887, 1891] / a retired publican [1901].

In 1869, he married Emma Mitchell [1848-1???] in Halifax.


Emma was born in Caddy Field, Halifax
 

Children:

  1. Edgar
  2. James William [1875-1883]
  3. Brinton [1878-1892]
  4. Florence [b 1884]
  5. Wallace
  6. Percy [1890-1891]

The family lived at

  • 12 James Street, Northowram [1871]
  • 10 Exeter Street, Halifax [1901]
  • 12 Exeter Street, Salterhebble, Halifax [1911]

Wallace died in 1907 (aged 61).

In 1911, Emma was listed as a retired publican

Thompson, Wallace
[1887-1917] Son of Wallace Thompson.

He was a boot & shoe maker of 12 Exeter Street, Salterhebble [1910] / a boot repairer [1911] / a washer with Baldwin & Walker.

In 1910, he married Blanche Woodhead [1889-19??] at All Saints' Church, Dudwell.


Blanche, of St Mary's Street, King Cross, was the daughter of Harry Woodhead, stoker
 

Children:

  1. Dorothy [Q3 1911]
  2. Harry [b 1914]

They lived at 25 Holt Street, King Cross, Halifax.

During World War I, he enlisted [June 1916], and served as a Private with the 18th Battalion Durham Light Infantry.

He was killed by shellfire [3rd May 1917] (aged 30).

He was buried at the Orchard Dump Cemetery, Arleux-en-Gohelle [VII A 16].

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 Baldwin & Walker Roll of Honour

Thompson, Walter
[1847-1???] Son of Samuel Thompson.

He was a watch maker [1871, 1883].

In [Q4] 1873, he married Mary Denham.

Children:

  1. Susan [b out of wedlock 1873]
  2. Edgar Cecil [b 1874]
  3. Emma [b 1875]
  4. Laura May [b 1879]
  5. George H [b 1880]

The family lived at

  • 20 Caunce Street, Layton with Warbreck, Lancashire [1881, 1883]
  • 19 Milburn Street, Blackpool [1883]

Thompson, Walter Leonard
[1872-1957] Son of James Thompson.

Born in Brighouse.

He was a draper's assistant (general) [1911].

In 1893, he married Laura Ann Thompson [1868-19??].


Laura Ann [1868-19??] from Southowram, was the daughter of Henry Thompson, gentleman
 

Children:

  1. Henry James

The family lived at

Walter Leonard (possibly) died in 1957 (aged 84) 

Thompson, William
[1???-1857] A member of Halifax Town Council [1848-1849]

He died 16th December 1857

Thompson, William
[16??-17??] He lived at St Ann's in the Grove, Southowram. Uncle of Joseph Thompson

Thompson, William
[17??-1???] He was one of the founder members of Square Independent Chapel, Halifax.

He was buried at Square Independent Chapel, Halifax

Thompson, William
[17??-17??] A cordwainer at Halifax.

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. James

Thompson, William
[17??-18??] Of Luddendenfoot.

At 6:30 pm on 22nd October 1822, he was attacked by 3 men near Blackstone Edge. They dragged him from his horse and stole £112 in cash and 2 bills of £50 each


Question: Could this be William Thompson carrying the wages for his workers?

 

Thompson, William
[1733-1799] Born in Ireland.

He was converted to Methodism and entered the Wesleyan itinerancy in 1757. During his early ministry in Dublin, he endured persecution and imprisonment, and several of his followers were pressed into the Royal Navy. Much of his later ministry was spent in Scotland and Northern England. He was a signatory to the Halifax Circular. He was elected first president of Conference after John Wesley's death

Thompson, William
[1786-18??] Miller, corn dealer and maltster at Luddendenfoot Mill [1841].

He was widely known for his Thompson's Flour.

He was one of the founders of Luddendenfoot Wesleyan Methodist Church.

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. George
  2. (possibly) William Henry

He lived at Middlefoot, Brearley.

See William Thompson

Thompson, William
[18??-18??] He lived at Lower Laithe, Todmorden [1861] and worked the mill there [1861]

Thompson, William
[1855-1???] Born in Darrington, Yorkshire.

He was a railway warehouseman [1891] / a carter at mineral works [1901] / a fettler wool card room [1911]

He married Sarah a [1857-1???].


Sarah A was born in Grange, Thurstonland, Yorkshire
 

Children:

  1. William H [b 1880]
  2. Florrie / Florence [b 1882] who was a feeder at carpet mills [1901]
  3. Ernest

The family lived at

  • Bank House, Armitage Road, Longwood, Huddersfield [1891]
  • Headland Cottages, Liversedge, Dewsbury [1901]
  • 2 Bull Green Road, Longwood, Huddersfield [1911]

Living with them in 1911 was grandson Norman Thompson [b 1910]

Thompson, William Barnes
[1799-1846] Aka Tolson Thompson. Elder son of James Thompson.

Halifax attorney. He was at Horton Street, Halifax [1834].

He was a large man weighing 23 stone

Thompson, William Frank
[1921-1944] Son of Theodosia Jessup & Edward John Thompson of Halifax.

He was a scholar of Winchester College / a scholar of New College Oxford.

During World War II, he served as a Major with the Royal Artillery.

He died 10th June 1944 (aged 23).

He was (possibly) buried at the Sofia War Cemetery

Thompson, William Henry
[1817-18??] (Possibly) son of William Thompson.

He worked in William Thompson's milling business at Luddendenfoot Mill [1841].

He was a corn miller & maltster like his father, employing on various censuses up to 16 men and 2 boys / a trustee of Luddendenfoot Congregational Savings Bank [1860s] / a member of the Luddendenfoot Local Board [1868] He was a drinking acquaintance of Branwell Brontë during his employment at Luddendenfoot Station.

On 18th October 1848, he married Maria Antoinetta Oates at Halifax Parish Church.


Maria Antoinetta was the daughter of James Oates
 

Children:

  1. Kate [b 1850] who married [1874] William Thompson Sutcliffe
  2. Albert [b 1855] who was a corn miller [1881]
  3. Edith Gertrude [b 1859]
  4. Florence M [b 1863]
  5. William [b 1868] who was a corn miller [1891]
  6. Oates [b 1864] who was a corn mill manager [1891]

The family lived at

Thompson, William Holdsworth
[1872-1949] Son of Joseph Thompson.

He was a stone merchant – own account [1901] / a quarry owner [1911].

He married Hannah Jane [1883-1973].

The family lived at

William died at Watson House [12th April 1949].

Hannah Jane died in 1973 (aged 90).

Hannah Jane was buried at St Anne's Church, Southowram

Thompson, Dr William Rosetherns
[1868-19??] Born in Gibsland, Victoria, Australia.

He was Public Vaccinator for Shelf and Northowram Municipal Wards [1905]. He had a surgery at Anderton Fold, Northowram.

He lived at

  • Grove, Shelf [1901]
  • Woodstock, Shelf [1911]

Thompson, Zachariah
[18??-18??] Oil cloth manufacturer at Halifax.

In July 1864, he was declared bankrupt

 

Thompson surname
The surname is patronymic and means the son of Thomasd.

There are over 120 entries on the Calderdale Companion for people with the surname Thompson, as discussed in this SideTrack. This count does not include other forms of the surname.

Unattached BMDs for Thompson:


Marriages 1866, 1868, 1873, 1874, 1886, 1904, 1907, 1910, 1912; Deaths 1812, 1907
 

The Thompson family
Of Southowram.

See St Ann's in the Grove, Southowram




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