Charles Shepherd, 18441932 (aged 88 years)

Name
Charles /Shepherd/
Given names
Charles
Nickname
Chas
Surname
Shepherd
Birth May 16, 1844 34 28
Source: BDM Index
Citation details: Charles Shepherd; 1844; Halifax; Qtr Mar; Vol 22 Page 241
Birth of a brotherAmbrose Shepherd
December 1846 (aged 2 years)
Source: BDM Index
Citation details: Ambrose Shepherd; 1846; Halifax; Qtr Dec; Vol 22; Page 233
Note: Census POB

Census POB Northowram 1851 Queensbury 1891 Halifax 1901 Queensbury 1911

Birth of a brotherSidney Shepherd
before March 1850 (aged 5 years)
Source: BDM Index
Citation details: Siey Shepherd; 1950; Halifax; Qtr M; Vol 22; Page 241
Text:

not registered as Clayton?

Christening of a brotherSidney Shepherd
September 8, 1850 (aged 6 years)
Address: Halifax Parish Church
Citation details: D53/1/22
Census March 30, 1851 (aged 6 years)

Text:

Spelling of surname made this entry difficult to find

Occupation
Short Timer Doffer
March 30, 1851 (aged 6 years)
Birth of a sisterHannah Shepherd
1852 (aged 7 years)
Source: BDM Index
Citation details: Hannah Shepherd; 1852; Qtr Mar; Vol 9b; Page 137
Birth of a sisterMartha Ann Shepherd
1859 (aged 14 years)
Source: BDM Index
Citation details: Martha Ann Shepherd; 1859; Bradford; Qtr Mar; Vol 9b; Page 127
Census April 7, 1861 (aged 16 years) Age: 16
Address: 17 Mountain Street Windhill Idle West Yorkshire England
Citation details: William Shepherd; 1861 Class RG9; Piece 3343; Page 106
Date of entry in original source: April 7, 1861
Occupation
Slater Stuler?
April 7, 1861 (aged 16 years)
Birth of a brotherWilliam Henry Shepherd
August 12, 1861 (aged 17 years)
Citation details: GRO: 1861; Dist Bradford; Qtr S; Vol 9b; Page 170; William Shepherd
Death of a fatherWilliam Shepherd
August 30, 1868 (aged 24 years) Age: 58
Informant: Sidney Shepherd (aged 18 years) — son
Cause: Abscess of Lungs. Phthisis Certified
Date of entry in original source: September 6, 1868
Text:

Phthisis: any disease causing a wasting away of part or all of the body, especially tuberculosis; consumption

Informant Sidney Shepherd Present at Death also of Queensbury.

Census April 2, 1871 (aged 26 years) Age: 26
Address: 77 Lyons Street Clayton Bradford West Yorkshire England
Citation details: Susannah Shepherd; 1871; RG10; Piece 4493; Folio 9; Page 12; GSU roll 847126
Date of entry in original source: April 2, 1871
Occupation
Quarryman
April 2, 1871 (aged 26 years)
Census April 3, 1881 (aged 36 years) Age: 36
Address: 43 Princeville Street Gt Horton Bradford West Yorkshire England
Citation details: Susannah Shepherd; 1881; Class RG11; Piece 4456; Folio 48; Page 7
Date of entry in original source: April 3, 1881
Occupation
Quarryman
April 3, 1881 (aged 36 years)

Marriage of a siblingAmbrose ShepherdWife of Ambrose View this family
September 1883 (aged 39 years)
Source: BDM Index
Citation details: Ambrose Shepherd & ?; Leeds; 1883; Qtr Sep; Vol 9b; Page 761
MarriageAnnie Elizabeth ShepherdsonView this family
March 1884 (aged 39 years)
Citation details: 1884; Dis Halifax; Qtr Mar; Vol 9a; Page 573
Text:

Married the girl next door see 1871 census

Birth of a sonAlbert Shepherd
June 8, 1885 (aged 41 years)
Citation details: Albert Shepherd;1885; Halifax; Qtr Sept; Vol 9a ; Page 383
Text:

Lightcliffe Road Brighouse

Marriage of a siblingWilliam Henry ShepherdMary LaycockView this family
February 10, 1886 (aged 41 years) Husband: 24 Wife: 19
Address: Church of St Michael's and All Angels City Road Bradford
Note: Married by Rev Dr Perkins
Death of a wifeAnnie Elizabeth Shepherdson
December 1888 (aged 44 years) Age: 40
Source: BDM Index
Citation details: 1888; Dis Bradford; Qtr Dec; Vol 9b; Page 127
Census April 5, 1891 (aged 46 years) Age: 46
Address: 12 Derby Street Clayton Bradford Yorkshire England
Citation details: Charles Shepherd; 1891; Class RG12; Piece 3646; Folio 7; Page 8
Date of entry in original source: April 5, 1891
Text:

Also living at this address is Emma Mailinson servent (Domestic Housekeeper) age 36 Born Wyke

Occupation
Stone Quarry Owner
April 5, 1891 (aged 46 years)
Citation details: Charles Shepherd; 1891; Class RG12; Piece 3646; Folio 7; Page 8
Date of entry in original source: April 5, 1891
Charles in Fall Top Quarry
Charles in Fall Top Quarry

Note: Charles in centre with hat
Civil marriageEmma MallinsonView this family
August 6, 1891 (aged 47 years) Husband: 47 Wife: 36
Address: Register Office Bradford Yorkshire England
Citation details: Chales Shepherd Emma Malinson;1891; Dist Bradford; Qtr Sept; Vol 9b; Page 386
Date of entry in original source: August 6, 1891
Birth of a sonLouis Shepherd
January 8, 1892 (aged 47 years)
Source: BDM Index
Citation details: 1892; Dis N Bierley; Qtr Mar; Vol 9b; Page 168
Event
Providing Fossilised Tree for Park
before 1893 (aged 48 years)
Fossilised-Tree-Horton-Park.jpg
Fossilised-Tree-Horton-Park.jpg

Note: Source: http://www.bradforddistrictparks.org/sites…

Source: http://www.bradforddistrictparks.org/sites/parks/horton.htm Gardens and Pleasure Grounds The park is laid out around a broad, straight promenade with a winding carriage drive around the periphery, the two linked by a series of curving pedestrian paths. The broad promenade rises up through the park from the principal north-east entrance to the south-west. The carriage drive meets with the promenade at the Horton Park Avenue entrance where the intersection is punctuated with a circular planting bed. The lower, north-east section of the promenade is c 9m wide with stone steps situated 234m south-west of the main entrance leading up to a double-span late C19 cast-iron bridge which carries the promenade over an irregular lake at the centre of the site. The bridge has an ornate cast-iron balustrade. South-west of the bridge, an open area to the north-west of the promenade contains a circular grassed bed which marks the location of a former bandstand, first shown on the 1908 OS map. To the south-west of this area, 343m south-west of the main entrance, is a fossilised tree stump and roots which are marked on the 1893 OS map. A 1926 description of the park (Bentley) records that this was dug up during quarrying operations in the adjacent township of Clayton and was purchased and given to the park by the late Ezra Waugh Hammond, a Councillor for the Little Horton Ward. The promenade continues south-west, here c 7m wide, terminating 29m from the south-south-west boundary at the junction with the curving carriage drive which is set within the boundary of the park.

Event
Newspaper Cutting
July 7, 1900 (aged 56 years)
Note: 7th JULY 1900

7th JULY 1900 The largest ever fossil tree ever found. This interesting relic of antiquity, which has been discovered at Fall Top Quarry,Clayton, owned by Mr Robert Foulds, is now on view prior to removal. A small charge is made for admission, of which a large proportion will be donated to the Lord Mayors Fund.

Census March 31, 1901 (aged 56 years) Age: 56
Address: 105 Broomfield Place Clayton Bradford West Yorkshire England
Citation details: Charles Shepherd 1901; Class RG13; Piece 4179
Date of entry in original source: March 31, 1901
Occupation
Stone Quarry Owner & Stone Merchant
March 31, 1901 (aged 56 years)

Occupation
Retiring Quarry Owner
February 2, 1903 (aged 58 years)
Birth of a grandsonCharles Shepherd
December 1, 1908 (aged 64 years)
Source: BDM Index
Citation details: Charles Shepherd; 1908; N. Bierley; Qtr Dec; Vol 9b; Page 147
Marriage of a childAlbert ShepherdJuila PettyView this family
September 1909 (aged 65 years)

Source: BDM Index
Citation details: GRO; 1908; Qty Jun; Vol 9b; Page 468
Death of a motherSusannah Sheard
December 1909 (aged 65 years)
Citation details: Bradford; 1909; Dec; Vol 9b; Page 71
Census April 2, 1911 (aged 66 years) Age: 66
Address: 83 xxxxxx Road Lidget Green Bradford Yorkshire England
Citation details: SHEPHERD_CHARLES_(RG14PN26820_RG78PN1542_RD498_SD4_ED10_SN114)
Date of entry in original source: April 2, 1911
Occupation
Retired Quarryman
April 2, 1911 (aged 66 years)

Death of a brotherAmbrose Shepherd
before March 1915 (aged 70 years)
Source: BDM Index
Citation details: 1915 BDM Ambrose Shepherd; JFM Vol 9b; Page 305
Death of a sisterHannah Shepherd
1930 (aged 85 years)

Source: BDM Index
Event
Birthday
May 16, 1931 (aged 87 years)
Death of a sisterMartha Ann Shepherd
1931 (aged 86 years) Age: 71

Source: BDM Index
Citation details: Martha Ann Shepherd; Bradford; 1931; Qtr Mar; Vol 9b; Page 286
Death May 18, 1932 (aged 88 years) Age: 88
Source: BDM Index
Citation details: 1932; North Bierley; Qtr June; Vol 9b; Page 41
Family with parents
father
Baptism Parish Record
18091868
Birth: December 8, 1809 39 36Northowram, Halifax, West Yorkshire, England
Death: August 30, 1868Queensbury, Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
mother
18161909
Birth: 1816 19 10Ovenden, Halifax, West Yorkshire, England
Death: December 1909Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
Religious marriage Religious marriageFebruary 22, 1841Halifax, West Yorkshire, England
23 months
elder brother
1842
Birth: 1842 32 26Northowram, Halifax, West Yorkshire, England
Death: South Africa
2 years
himself
Fossilised-Tree-Horton-Park.jpg
18441932
Birth: May 16, 1844 34 28Northowram, Halifax, West Yorkshire, England
Death: May 18, 1932Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
3 years
younger brother
18461915
Birth: December 1846 36 30Northowram, Halifax, West Yorkshire, England
Death: before March 1915Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
3 years
younger brother
1850
Birth: before March 1850 40 34Clayton, Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
3 years
younger sister
18521930
Birth: 1852 42 36Horton, Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
Death: 1930
8 years
younger sister
18591931
Birth: 1859 49 43Horton, Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
Death: 1931
3 years
younger brother
1936 William Henry Shepherd Photo
18611946
Birth: August 12, 1861 51 45Idle, Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
Death: March 1946Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
Family with Annie Elizabeth Shepherdson
himself
Fossilised-Tree-Horton-Park.jpg
18441932
Birth: May 16, 1844 34 28Northowram, Halifax, West Yorkshire, England
Death: May 18, 1932Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
wife
18491888
Christening: September 16, 1849 33 30Howden, East Yorkshire, England
Death: December 1888Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
Marriage MarriageMarch 1884Halifax, West Yorkshire, England
15 months
son
18851953
Birth: June 8, 1885 41 35Brighouse, West Yorkshire, England
Death: March 1953Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
Family with Emma Mallinson
himself
Fossilised-Tree-Horton-Park.jpg
18441932
Birth: May 16, 1844 34 28Northowram, Halifax, West Yorkshire, England
Death: May 18, 1932Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
wife
Emma and Charles Shepherd at 80 years
18551941
Birth: 1855 33 28Manchester, Lancashire, England
Death: March 1941
Civil marriage Civil marriageAugust 6, 1891Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
5 months
son
Passenger List
18921971
Birth: January 8, 1892 47 37Clayton, Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
Death: January 23, 1971Toronto, Ontario, Canada
BirthBDM Index
Citation details: Charles Shepherd; 1844; Halifax; Qtr Mar; Vol 22 Page 241
Census1851 England & Wales Census
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Occupation1851 England & Wales Census
Census1861 England & Wales Census
Citation details: William Shepherd; 1861 Class RG9; Piece 3343; Page 106
Date of entry in original source: April 7, 1861
Occupation1861 England & Wales Census
Census1871 England & Wales Census
Citation details: Susannah Shepherd; 1871; RG10; Piece 4493; Folio 9; Page 12; GSU roll 847126
Date of entry in original source: April 2, 1871
Occupation1871 England & Wales Census
Census1881 England & Wales Census
Citation details: Susannah Shepherd; 1881; Class RG11; Piece 4456; Folio 48; Page 7
Date of entry in original source: April 3, 1881
Occupation1881 England & Wales Census
MarriageMarriage Certificates
Citation details: 1884; Dis Halifax; Qtr Mar; Vol 9a; Page 573
Text:

Married the girl next door see 1871 census

Census1891 England & Wales Census
Citation details: Charles Shepherd; 1891; Class RG12; Piece 3646; Folio 7; Page 8
Date of entry in original source: April 5, 1891
Text:

Also living at this address is Emma Mailinson servent (Domestic Housekeeper) age 36 Born Wyke

Occupation1891 England & Wales Census
Citation details: Charles Shepherd; 1891; Class RG12; Piece 3646; Folio 7; Page 8
Date of entry in original source: April 5, 1891
MarriageMarriage Certificates
Citation details: Chales Shepherd Emma Malinson;1891; Dist Bradford; Qtr Sept; Vol 9b; Page 386
Date of entry in original source: August 6, 1891
Census1901 England & Wales Census
Citation details: Charles Shepherd 1901; Class RG13; Piece 4179
Date of entry in original source: March 31, 1901
Census1911 England & Wales Census
Citation details: SHEPHERD_CHARLES_(RG14PN26820_RG78PN1542_RD498_SD4_ED10_SN114)
Date of entry in original source: April 2, 1911
Occupation1911 England & Wales Census
DeathBDM Index
Citation details: 1932; North Bierley; Qtr June; Vol 9b; Page 41
Event

7th JULY 1900 The largest ever fossil tree ever found. This interesting relic of antiquity, which has been discovered at Fall Top Quarry,Clayton, owned by Mr Robert Foulds, is now on view prior to removal. A small charge is made for admission, of which a large proportion will be donated to the Lord Mayors Fund.

Census
Occupation
Census
Citation details: Susannah Shepherd; 1861 Class RG9; Piece 3343; Page 106
Date of entry in original source: April 7, 1861
Census
Citation details: Susannah Shepherd; 1871; RG10; Piece 4493; Folio 9; Page 12; GSU roll 847126
Census
Citation details: Susannah Shepherd; 1881; Class RG11; Piece 4456; Folio 48; Page 8
Date of entry in original source: April 3, 1881
Census
Citation details: 1891; Class RG12; Dis Bradford; Piece 3646; Folio 7; Page 8
Date of entry in original source: April 5, 1891
Occupation
Note: Charles in centre with hat
Civil marriage
Citation details: 1891MC Chales Shepherd Emma Malinson; Dist Bradford; Qtr Sept; Vol 9b; Page 386
Event
Note: Source: http://www.bradforddistrictparks.org/sites…

Source: http://www.bradforddistrictparks.org/sites/parks/horton.htm Gardens and Pleasure Grounds The park is laid out around a broad, straight promenade with a winding carriage drive around the periphery, the two linked by a series of curving pedestrian paths. The broad promenade rises up through the park from the principal north-east entrance to the south-west. The carriage drive meets with the promenade at the Horton Park Avenue entrance where the intersection is punctuated with a circular planting bed. The lower, north-east section of the promenade is c 9m wide with stone steps situated 234m south-west of the main entrance leading up to a double-span late C19 cast-iron bridge which carries the promenade over an irregular lake at the centre of the site. The bridge has an ornate cast-iron balustrade. South-west of the bridge, an open area to the north-west of the promenade contains a circular grassed bed which marks the location of a former bandstand, first shown on the 1908 OS map. To the south-west of this area, 343m south-west of the main entrance, is a fossilised tree stump and roots which are marked on the 1893 OS map. A 1926 description of the park (Bentley) records that this was dug up during quarrying operations in the adjacent township of Clayton and was purchased and given to the park by the late Ezra Waugh Hammond, a Councillor for the Little Horton Ward. The promenade continues south-west, here c 7m wide, terminating 29m from the south-south-west boundary at the junction with the curving carriage drive which is set within the boundary of the park.

Census
Citation details: Susannah Shepperd; 1901; Piece4167; RG13; Folio115; Page20
Occupation
Census
Event
Event
Death
Media object
Note: Source: http://www.bradforddistrictparks.org/sites…

Source: http://www.bradforddistrictparks.org/sites/parks/horton.htm Gardens and Pleasure Grounds The park is laid out around a broad, straight promenade with a winding carriage drive around the periphery, the two linked by a series of curving pedestrian paths. The broad promenade rises up through the park from the principal north-east entrance to the south-west. The carriage drive meets with the promenade at the Horton Park Avenue entrance where the intersection is punctuated with a circular planting bed. The lower, north-east section of the promenade is c 9m wide with stone steps situated 234m south-west of the main entrance leading up to a double-span late C19 cast-iron bridge which carries the promenade over an irregular lake at the centre of the site. The bridge has an ornate cast-iron balustrade. South-west of the bridge, an open area to the north-west of the promenade contains a circular grassed bed which marks the location of a former bandstand, first shown on the 1908 OS map. To the south-west of this area, 343m south-west of the main entrance, is a fossilised tree stump and roots which are marked on the 1893 OS map. A 1926 description of the park (Bentley) records that this was dug up during quarrying operations in the adjacent township of Clayton and was purchased and given to the park by the late Ezra Waugh Hammond, a Councillor for the Little Horton Ward. The promenade continues south-west, here c 7m wide, terminating 29m from the south-south-west boundary at the junction with the curving carriage drive which is set within the boundary of the park.

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Note: Charles in centre with hat