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John Poskitt Mollett and Sarah Senior




Husband John Poskitt Mollett

           Born: Abt 1845 - Birkin, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 29 Aug 1845 - Birkin, Yorkshire
           Died: 7 Nov 1888 - Birkin, Yorkshire
         Buried: 10 Nov 1888 - Birkin, Yorkshire


         Father: Henry Poskitt (Abt 1820-1892) 2
         Mother: Elizabeth Mollett (Abt 1821-      )


       Marriage: 23 Mar 1882 - Knottingley, Yorkshire

Events

Occupation: Farmer's son, living with parents, 1881, Darrington, Yorkshire.




Wife Sarah Senior

           Born: Abt 1845 - Darrington, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 3 May 1845 - Darrington, Yorkshire
           Died: 
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         Father: Joseph Senior (Abt 1813-      )
         Mother: Mary Ann Robson (Abt 1820-      )


Events

abode: Widowed, living on her own means, 1891, Carleton, Yorkshire.

abode: Retired, 1901, Pontefract, Yorkshire.

abode: 1911, Carleton, Yorkshire.


Children
1 F Mary Poskitt

           Born: Abt 1883 - Birkin, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 22 Apr 1883 - Birkin, Yorkshire
           Died: 
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2 F Elizabeth Poskitt

           Born: Abt 1885 - Birkin, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 22 Apr 1885 - Birkin, Yorkshire
           Died: 
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3 F Frances Ann Poskitt

           Born: Abt 1886 - Birkin, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 20 Jul 1886 - Birkin, Yorkshire
           Died: 
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         Spouse: Percy Bentley
           Marr: 13 Aug 1917 - Pontefract, Yorkshire


4 M Henry John Poskitt

           Born: 6 Sep 1888 - Birkin, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 27 Sep 1888 - Birkin, Yorkshire
           Died: 19 Feb 1950 - Clifford, Boston Spa, Yorkshire
         Buried: 




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William Poskitt and Mary Ada Mollett




Husband William Poskitt

           Born: Abt 1859 - Beal, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 13 Sep 1859 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire
           Died: 15 Feb 1939 - Yorkshire
         Buried: 


         Father: John Poskitt (Abt 1830-1912)
         Mother: Jane Brears (Abt 1832-1919) 45


       Marriage: 10 Nov 1888 - Birkin, Yorkshire

Events

Occupation: Farmer, 1891, Kellington, Yorkshire.

Occupation: Farmer, 1901, Kellington, Yorkshire.

Occupation: Farmer, 1911, Kellington, Yorkshire.

Probate: 26 Apr 1939, Wakefield, Yorkshire.




Wife Mary Ada Mollett

           Born: Abt 1863 - Birkin, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 9 Jun 1863 - Birkin, Yorkshire
           Died: 1 Feb 1946 - Beal, Yorkshire
         Buried: 4 Feb 1946 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire


         Father: Thomas Mollett (Abt 1828-1921)
         Mother: Mary Hannah Kidson (Abt 1839-      )


Events

Probate: 9 May 1946, London, Middlesex.


Children
1 F Edith Poskitt

           Born: 6 Oct 1889 - Kellington, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 5 Nov 1889 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire
           Died: 4 Aug 1973 - Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire
         Buried: 
         Spouse: John Alexander Foxton
           Marr: 12 Sep 1914 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire


2 M Hirst Poskitt 45

           Born: Abt 1890 - Kellington, Yorkshire 84
       Baptised: 4 Dec 1890 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire
           Died: 26 Jun 1954 - Kellington, Yorkshire 84
         Buried: 30 Jun 1954 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire
         Spouse: Mary (Marie) Scholey 45
           Marr: 15 Apr 1914 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire 45


3 M Raymond Kidson Poskitt

           Born: 19 Jan 1900 - Kellington, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 14 Feb 1900 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire
           Died: 4 Jan 1942 - General Infirmary, Pontefract, Yorkshire
         Buried: 7 Jan 1942 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire
         Spouse: Edith Scott
           Marr: Jun 1924 - East Retford District, Nottinghamshire
         Spouse: Alice Horberry
           Marr: Jul-Sep 1931 - Pontefract District, Yorkshire



Notes: Marriage

Pontefract & Castleford Express Saturday Nov 10, 1888.Fashionable Marriage at BirkinThere was an unusual amount of bustle and animation in the neighbourhood of Beal and Birkin on Wednesday morning consequent of the joining of wedlock of a young lady and gentleman from two of the most well-known and highly-respected families in the district. This interesting event took place at Birkin Church, a noble sanctuary, which, after weathering the storms of the Reformation and subsequent centuries, today remains a monument of Norman architecture, equally remarkable for it's stability as for the numerous relics of the sculptor's art with which it abounds. Before the church doors opened interested visitors sauntered about the churchyard in a bracing, nay,-piercing November wind and there was soon a goodly gathering of parishioners and others. The first arrivals in church of the party were Mr William Poskitt (son of Mr J. Poskitt J.P. of Kellington), the bridegroom, with whom were Mr John Tetlow of Cleckheaton and Mr J.T. Mollett, the groomsman. The wedding party soon began to increase, amongst those seated within the choir being Mr & Mrs Mollett, Mr & Mrs William Mollett, Mr & Mrs B. Mollett, Miss H.M. Poskitt and Miss G. Poskitt (sisters of the bridegroom), Mr & Mrs Oxley, Mr & Mrs T. Kitson, Mrs Storey, Mrs Bailey, Messrs H. & A. Mollett & C. The last to arrive were the bridal party, the bride, Miss Ada Mary Mollett, leaning on the arm of her father Mr Thomas Mollett of Birkin and accompanied by the bridesmaids, Miss Phillips and Miss E. Poskitt (sister of the bridegroom). The bride wore a rich pale cream silk dress with train, her head being adorned with a bridal wreath, from which gracefully hung a fall of Brussels netting. The bridesmaids were also attired in dresses of light cream material trimmed with swansdown, and hats to match, the whole bearing beautiful bouquets. The bride was given away by her father and the service was closely followed by all the congregation. At the close, the Rector, (the Rev. Canon Barnes-Lawrence) who conducted the entire service, offered a few remarks to the happy pair, the congregation all standing. He said it was his earnest desire that the blessing of God might rest upon them both. He had known both of them for a large portion of their lives and it was a very happy thought that in those years that he had known them, he had known nothing but what was good, and happy and pleasant. Now he had no doubt that if they would seek God with all their hearts and minds, they would have his blessing through life, till at last they heard that happy invitation "Well done, good and faithful servant" After attesting the registers the party repaired to Mr T. Mollett's. Two coaches and pairs of Grays (from Mr C.W. Saul's of Knottingley) provided the powers of locomotion. The wedding breakfast, owing to the absence of a room of sufficient dimensions in the house, was laid in the granary adjoining. This, by the aid of curtains, mottoes and evergreens and the sumptuously laid banquet, was made to look exceedingly comfortable and inviting. The skilled services of Mrs Senior of the School of Cookery, Wakefield, had been engaged, and with the aid of two professional waiters, who were with her, the table had been laid in such a manner as it would have been difficult to excel. The following was the menu :- Boned turkey, roast turkey, roast fowls, ham and tongue, pigeon pie, pheasants, partridges, lobster salads :-sweets, wine, jellies, lemon jellies, Swiss creams, cabinet creams, trifles, pastry, dessert. After breakfast the happy pair left for London, where they will spend the honeymoon. The presents were very numerous, varied and valuable.Pontefract & Castleford Express Saturday November 10th, 1888MarriagePoskitt - Mollett. On the 7th Instant at St. Mary's Church, Birkin by the Rev Canon Barnes-Lawrence, William, second son of John Poskitt Esq. J.P. of Kellington to Mary Ada, eldest daughter of Thomas Mollett Esq., Birkin.[P.S.S.]
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Richard Mollett and Dorothy Senior




Husband Richard Mollett

           Born: Abt 1863 - Birkin, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 24 Sep 1863 - Birkin, Yorkshire
           Died: 1946
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         Father: John Mollett (Abt 1825-1893)
         Mother: Elizabeth Dawson (Abt 1824-1902)


       Marriage: Between Jul and Sep 1922 - Bridlington District, Yorkshire

Events

Occupation: Farmer, bachelor, head of house, 1901, Birkin, Yorkshire.

Occupation: Farmer, bachelor, 1911, Birkin, Yorkshire.




Wife Dorothy Senior

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Children

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Thomas Mollett and Mary Anna Scholey




Husband Thomas Mollett 17

           Born: Abt 1854 - Beal, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 29 Mar 1854 - Birkin, Yorkshire
           Died: 7 Feb 1932 - Beal, Yorkshire
         Buried: 10 Feb 1932 - Birkin, Yorkshire


         Father: John Mollett (Abt 1825-1893)
         Mother: Elizabeth Dawson (Abt 1824-1902)


       Marriage: Oct-Dec 1883 - Pontefract District, Yorkshire 45

Events

Occupation: Farmer, 1891, Beal, Yorkshire.

Occupation: Farmer, 1901, Beal, Yorkshire.

Occupation: Farmer, 1911, Beal, Yorkshire.




Wife Mary Anna Scholey 17,45

           Born: Abt 1861 - Beal, Yorkshire 45
       Baptised: 10 Feb 1861 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire
           Died: 6 Jun 1939 - Beal, Yorkshire 45
         Buried: 9 Aug 1939 - Birkin, Yorkshire


         Father: Joseph Scholey (1817-1899) 39
         Mother: Ann Atkinson (1821-1896) 13




Children
1 F Elsie Mollett 45

           Born: 10 Aug 1884 - Beal, Yorkshire 45
       Baptised: 11 Sep 1884 - Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Beal, Yorkshire
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2 F Bertha Ann Mollett 45

           Born: 12 Feb 1887 - Beal, Yorkshire 45
       Baptised: 3 Mar 1887 - Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Beal, Yorkshire
           Died: 21 Nov 1927 - Beal, Yorkshire 45
         Buried: 24 Nov 1927 - Birkin, Yorkshire



3 M John Mollett 45

           Born: 7 Jun 1892 - Beal, Yorkshire 45
       Baptised: 23 Jun 1892 - Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Beal, Yorkshire
           Died: 1952 - Harrogate, Yorkshire
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elsie White 45
           Marr: Jul-Sep 1818 - Pontefract District, Yorkshire



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William Mollett and Elizabeth Poskitt




Husband William Mollett

           Born: Abt 1798 - Bolton Percy, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 13 May 1798 - Bolton Percy, Yorkshire
           Died: 
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         Father: Benjamin Mollett (Abt 1755-      )
         Mother: Elizabeth Kilby (Abt 1763-      )


       Marriage: 28 Oct 1828 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire

   Other Spouse: Anne Brewer - 16 Oct 1855 - Bolton Percy, Yorkshire

Events

Occupation: Farmer, 1841, Steeton, Yorkshire.

Occupation: Famer's brother (co-partner), widower, living with brother John, 1851, Steeton, Yorkshire.

Occupation: Farmer, remarried, 1861, Steeton, Yorkshire.




Wife Elizabeth Poskitt 2

           Born: Abt 1792 - Kellington, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 21 Apr 1792 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire
           Died: Bef 1855
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         Father: Mark Poskitt (Abt 1747-1831) 40
         Mother: Elizabeth Farrar (Abt 1764-1851) 40




Children
1 F Elizabeth Mollett

           Born: Abt 1829 - Bolton Percy, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 9 Dec 1829 - Bolton Percy, Yorkshire
           Died: 
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John Molloy and Martha Ann Peasley




Husband John Molloy

           Born: Abt 1862 - Co Offaly, Ireland
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       Marriage: 28 Apr 1888 - St Cuthbert's, Wigan, Lancashire

Events

Occupation: Plater - labourer, railway, 1891, 41 Billinge Road, Pemberton, Lancashire.

Occupation: Gasworks stoker, 1901, 38 Pemberton Lane, Wigan, Lancashire.




Wife Martha Ann Peasley

           Born: Abt 1865 - Ludbury, Harrow, Middlesex
       Baptised: 
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Children
1 F Nora Molloy

           Born: Abt 1891 - Wigan, Lancashire
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2 F Mary Molloy

           Born: 16 Apr 1893 - Pemberton, Lancashire
       Baptised: 
           Died: Apr 1985 - Carmarthen, Wales
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         Spouse: William Jolley
           Marr: 26 Dec 1914 - Wigan, Lancashire


3 M Cuthbert Molloy

           Born: Abt 1895 - Wigan, Lancashire
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4 M Bernard Molloy

           Born: Abt 1897 - Wigan, Lancashire
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5 F Eva Molloy

           Born: Abt 1900 - Wigan, Lancashire
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James Ormisher and Emily Monk




Husband James Ormisher

           Born: Abt 1877 - Coppull, Lancashire
       Baptised: 2 Dec 1877 - Charnock Richard, Lancashire
           Died: 1943
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         Father: John Ormesher (Abt 1843-      )
         Mother: Jane Morris (Abt 1847-1916)


       Marriage: Between Jan and Apr 1897 - Chorley, Lancashire

Events

Occupation: Coal miner - hewer, 1901, 6 Cranbourne Street, Chorley, Lancashire.




Wife Emily Monk

           Born: Abt 1876 - Chorley, Lancashire
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Children
1 M John Ormisher

           Born: Abt 1898 - Chorley, Lancashire
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2 M James Ormisher

           Born: Abt 1899 - Chorley, Lancashire
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3 M Edward Ormisher

           Born: Abt 1900 - Chorley, Lancashire
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Frank Porter and Fanny Monkman




Husband Frank Porter

           Born: Abt 1862 - Loversall, Yorkshire
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         Father: James Porter (Abt 1830-1868)
         Mother: Elizabeth Hardy (Abt 1833-      )


       Marriage: Jun 1884 - Malton District, Yorkshire

Events

Occupation: Watch maker, unmarried, living with mother and stepfather Charles Guthrie, 1881, 4 Horse Fair, Doncaster, Yorkshire.

Occupation: Watch maker, 1901, 51 St Luke Street, Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire.




Wife Fanny Monkman

           Born: Abt 1853 - Pickering, Yorkshire
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Children

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John Maw Theaker and Edna Monks




Husband John Maw Theaker

           Born: Abt 1833 - Belton, Lincolnshire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 1909
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         Father: Samuel Theaker (Abt 1802-      )
         Mother: Elizabeth Maw (Abt 1806-      )


       Marriage: Between Oct and Dec 1892 - Sheffield District, Yorkshire

   Other Spouse: Ann Burton - Between Jul and Sep 1857 - Glanford Brigg District, Lincolnshire

Events

Occupation: Potato merchant, 1861, Belton, Lincolnshire.

Occupation: Innkeeper, 1881, "Fortune of War", 108 Scotland Street, Sheffield, Yorkshire.

Occupation: General labourer, widowed, 1891, 70 Guernsey Street, Ecclesall Bierlow, Yorkshire.

Occupation: Builder's labourer, 1901, 47 Granville Lane, Sheffield, Yorkshire.




Wife Edna Monks

           Born: Abt 1842 - Sheffield, Yorkshire
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Children

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James Ogden and Elizabeth Monks nee ???




Husband James Ogden

           Born: Abt 1871 - Rossington, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 25 Jun 1871 - Rossington, Yorkshire
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         Father: Samuel Ogden (Abt 1841-      )
         Mother: Sarah Theaker (Abt 1846-      )


       Marriage: Between Apr and Jun 1900 - Doncaster District, Yorkshire

Events

Occupation: General labourer, 1901, Doncaster, Yorkshire.




Wife Elizabeth Monks nee ???

           Born: Abt 1858 - London, Middlesex
       Baptised: 
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Children


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