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201 1379 - spelt Ponteffract VICKERMAN, William (I2835)
 
202 1379 - spelt Scheffeld
 
VICKERMAN, John (I2898)
 
203 1379 - spelt Tadecastre VICKERMAN, William (I2911)
 
204 1379 - spelt Tymble
 
VICKERMAN, Joanna (I1091)
 
205 1379 - spelt Tymble VICKERMAN, William (I1093)
 
206 1379 Poll Tax entry:

Aggbrigg Wapentake. Spelt Johannes Wykarman, Taylour, & Margareta his wife
 
VICKERMAN, John (I596)
 
207 1381 - spelt Hoton Craunsewyk
 
VICKERMAN, John (I873)
 
208 14 Oct 1885 - Took over Licence for Boar's Head from his stepmother, Mary Jane VICKERMAN - Ancestry WRY Alehouse Licences

1920: Will 'from grant' 1901, proved Wakefield 1920, to Mary Jane VICKERMAN (dau) - Ancestry Probate 
VICKERMAN, Dodson (I356)
 
209 140 Roundthorn Road, Oldham, LAN VICKERMAN, William (I1715)
 
210 1730 - Date MAY have been burial, not baptism VICKERMAN, Elizabeth (I3930)
 
211 1740 - Wm FOREST? ag. & Slack VICKERMAN. Wednesday Jun 25 upon reading a rule? made in this Cause on Friday last and the Defendent being brought into Court persuant? thereto and on hearing Councilors behalf of the ... and the D-st? having made an assignment of his estate and effects to the ... persuant to an Act of Parliament made in the second year of his present Majestys Reign Insitu... Act for the Relief of Debtors with respect to the imprisonment of their persons it is ordered that the Warden of His Majestys prison of the Fleet do discharge the De... out of custody? from the Execution wherewith he stands charged at the suit? of the ... according to the ... of the 3rd Act of Parliament.

24 Oct 1740
Isaac DOVE ag & Slack VICKERMAN Friday Oct 24th ... reading a rule of the 25 June last made between the said? parties ... ye D... being bro... into this Court ... to the said rule ... no one appearing to oppose ... discharge. It is ordered that the Warden of his Majesty's peison of the Fleet do discharge the D... out of Custody from the ... wherewith? he ... ... charged at the suit? of the ... accordingly ... of ye 2nd? Act of Parliament.

Will: All my wordly goods to my wife Ann. She was Executrix.
Will dated 25 Mar 1751.
Proved 15 Jul 1754.

Will mentions - 'burial in the earth or at sea, as the Lord decides'. Therefore he may have been buried at sea. 
VICKERMAN, Slack (I3940)
 
212 1747 - PR gives Mary as 'widow' -?-, Mary (I4462)
 
213 1759 - The church now MAY BE St Andrew's Minster church VICKERMAN, Francis (I476)
 
214 1769 - he signed as 'William VICARMAN' VICKERMAN, William (I3988)
 
215 1787 MAY have had an apprentice called Charles CRAVEN? of Thornhill
(Ancestry WRY Removal & Settlement Records) 
VICKERMAN, Job (I1123)
 
216 18 Ossett Lane, Earlsheaton VICKERMAN, Martha Alice (I616)
 
217 18 Ossett Lane, Earlsheaton KEMP, Eliza (I580)
 
218 1802 - PROBABLY:
Pontefract Quarter Sessions 1802, removal of Susannah (spinster) from Halifax to Almondbury 
VICKERMAN, Susannah (I1106)
 
219 1818 - Bapt shows 'Charles VICKERMAN'. Does not mention 'Rankin'. Think this bapt IS correct.

http://www.archivesnetworkwales.info/cgi-bin/anw/fulldesc_nofr?inst_id =32&coll_id=1069&expand=

Administrative/Biographical history: Hean Castle, Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire, had been owned by the Wogan family, the property descending finally on Thomas Stokes, who sold the property to his brother-in-law Edward Wilson. The estate was purchased in the 1860s by a London solicitor, C. R. Vickerman. Following his death, the estate was sold to Sir William Thomas Lewis, Baron Merthyr (created baron 1911) in 1899. The estate descended in the male line, the current occupier being Sir Trevor Oswin Lewis (b. 1935), who disclaimed his peerage in 1977. He also holds Churchton house, Saundersfoot

1851 Eliza LONGBOURNE (sister) Sister or sister in law (wife of Francis??)
 
VICKERMAN, Charles Ranken (I4142)
 
220 1827 - 'ats Joseph BEAUMONT ... assignees. By order of the Court for Relief of Insolvent debtors'

Stephen was buried with his wife Mary & Hannah RAYNOR (Mary's sister?) - Annals of Almondbury church - Canon Hulbert 'The upright of heart shall see God' M 
VICKERMAN, Stephen (I2760)
 
221 1836 - named in Ancestry Bastardy records as having a child by Mary MAUD. No further information. VICKERMAN, Sidney (I4317)
 
222 1838 - there is a birth on bmd, apr-jun, Manchester

1851: Think that this William is the one in Chorleton Levenshulme workhouse. However, there is an age discrepancy. Wm would have had to be older than 9, as he married in 1855. No sign of relative also in workhouse.

1871: also in household were 2 lodgers - house painters - 1 born in Ireland, 1 in DBY 
VICKERMAN, William (I1714)
 
223 1841
Living in household of Richard TWAMLEY? & family & Mary VICKERMAN (see below)

1851
Also in household were Mary & Elizabeth TWAMLEY? nieces & 1 servant

1881
In household of sister Mary TWAMELY

Mother MAY have been Mary VICKERMAN, b c1776 
VICKERMAN, Elizabeth (I4066)
 
224 1841 - Also included were 2 prisoners

1851 - Also included was 1 prisoner. 
VICKERMAN, David (I790)
 
225 1841 Living with Betty ASQUITH & family -?-, Mary (I3728)
 
226 1841:

Also in household was Charlotte VICKERMAN, 40, b Yorkshire
Taken that this Richard VICKERMAN is the correct one.

1881
Also in household was 1 servant

1891
Also in household was 1 servant

1911
Also in household was 1 servant
 
TAYLOR, Richard Vickerman (I4231)
 
227 1841:
Also in household were:
Elizabeth MAGSON, 20, b LAN
Mary Ann MAGSON, 6, LAN
Sophia MAGSON, 3, LAN

1851: Also in household was Ruth VICKERMAN, b c1836, Almondbury (granddaughter of Stephen) 
MAGSON, Henry (I2571)
 
228 1842 - Betsy's father, John, shown as 'gentleman' VICKERMAN, Robert (I4120)
 
229 1845: Height 5'5", Hair grey, compexion fair, eyes blue VICKERMAN, John (I865)
 
230 1851 & 1861 & 1871: also in household was Ann MATTHEWMAN, servant

1881: also in househld were a companion and 1 servant

1891: also in household were Caroline BEDFORD (friend) + 1 servant

MI for Benjamin, Mary & Clementia VICKERMAN and some of their family,
All Hallowes churchyard, Almondbury

Sacred
To the memory of Mary Jane
VICKERMAN DAUGHTER OF Benjamin & Mary
VICKERMAN of Taylor Hill in this
Township who departed this Life the
13th? of November 1829 aged 16 months

ALSO the above Mary VICKERMAN
Who departed this Life the 27th? day of
April 1837? aged 34 years

And I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me
Write? Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord
From henceforth Yea saith the Spirit that they
May rest from their labours: and their works
do follow them

ALSO of Charles Henry VICKERMAN son
of the above Benjamin and Mary VICKERMAN
who departed this life on the 13th? day of
December 1850 aged 20 years

“In the full triumph of faith”

ALSO Mary Elizabeth VICKERMAN
daughter of the above who departed
this Life on the 17th day of December
1852 aged 17 years

ALSO the above Benjamin VICKERMAN
Who departed this Life on the 14th day of
April 1869 in the 69th year of his age.

ALSO of Celmentia wife of the above
Benjamin VICKERMAN
Who died on the 7th of April 1893
In her 94th year
 
BERRY, Clementia (I3181)
 
231 1851 - Also in household was 1 servant
 
-?-, Martha (I4298)
 
232 1851 census - 'Wife of resident in USA' VICKERMAN, Elizabeth (I4138)
 
233 1851 census: Had possibly re-married John Priestley, confectioner LITTLEWOOD, Sarah (I2757)
 
234 1851: Also in household was Luke PERCIVAL, lodger

"extract from West Riding Register of Deeds"

March 1886 - will:
Joseph VICKERMAN of Salford, Pattern weaver 'testators front and back house situate at Salford' Executor of will was George VICKERMAN, Stroud, Glos, designer

Jan 1891 Assignment - (ref 5 525 268)
John VICKERMAN of Minchenhampton, Glos, Mill Manager & George VICKERMAN of Stroud, designer on the one part AND Thomas VICKERMAN of Salford, Pwer loom tuner of the other part.
Occupation Road/ Huddersfield & Woodhead Turnpike Road.
Refers to 2 cottages and access over land. Said Thomas VICKERMAN living in one of the cottages. 
VICKERMAN, Joseph (I2723)
 
235 1851: Also in household was Luke PERCIVAL, lodger BEATTIE, Martha Clough (I2732)
 
236 1851: also in household was Mary's brother, Joseph VICKERMAN + Sarah Ann KELLETT, servant PEEL, Charles (I999)
 
237 1851: also in household were granddaughter Mary Jane VICKERMAN, sister in law Betsey HOWARTH, 51, 'insane pauper' and Sarah FORD, 19, servant. Son William and wife lived next door.

1861: Also in household was Elizabeth LEES, servant.

Oddities:

baptism of a John VICKERMAN (parents Jonathan & Elizabeth VICKERMAN) on 24 AUG 1800 Pellon Lane Particular Baptist, Halifax, Yorkshire, England

AND birth 24 AUG 1800 and bapt 29 DEC 1833 Saint Mary, Bury, Lancashire, England. Parents also Jonathan & Elizabeth.

Was John baptised twice but why St Mary's in Bury when his 2nd child Henry was bapt there in 1822 (rest of children baptised at Wesleyan church).
 
VICKERMAN, John (I3703)
 
238 1851: also in household were granddaughter Mary Jane VICKERMAN, sister in law Betsey HOWARTH, 51, 'insane pauper' and Sarah FORD, 19, servant. Son William and wife lived next door. HAWORTH, Ann (I3622)
 
239 1851: employing 40 men, 20 women, 20 boys & 27 girls (same figures as son Walter - so were in partnership)

1851 & 1861: also in household was Ann MATTHEWMAN, servant

1861: employing 40 men, 20 boys, 60 females

I have a copy of his will

Obit, HF Examiner 14 Apr 1869:
On the 14th inst, aged 69 years, Benjamin Vickerman esq, Taylor Hill, Huddersfield

MI for Benjamin, Mary & Clementia VICKERMAN and some of their family,
All Hallowes churchyard, Almondbury

Sacred
To the memory of Mary Jane
VICKERMAN DAUGHTER OF Benjamin & Mary
VICKERMAN of Taylor Hill in this
Township who departed this Life the
13th? of November 1829 aged 16 months

ALSO the above Mary VICKERMAN
Who departed this Life the 27th? day of
April 1837? aged 34 years

And I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me
Write? Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord
From henceforth Yea saith the Spirit that they
May rest from their labours: and their works
do follow them

ALSO of Charles Henry VICKERMAN son
of the above Benjamin and Mary VICKERMAN
who departed this life on the 13th? day of
December 1850 aged 20 years

“In the full triumph of faith”

ALSO Mary Elizabeth VICKERMAN
daughter of the above who departed
this Life on the 17th day of December
1852 aged 17 years

ALSO the above Benjamin VICKERMAN
Who departed this Life on the 14th day of
April 1869 in the 69th year of his age.

ALSO of Celmentia wife of the above
Benjamin VICKERMAN
Who died on the 7th of April 1893
In her 94th year
 
VICKERMAN, Benjamin (I3177)
 
240 1851: Living in household of Hugh & Sarah ROBERTS + family

1861: also in household was Richard's mother - Sarah
 
VICKERMAN, Ann (I122)
 
241 1851: Lliving in household of uncle & aunt, James & Mary SENIOR VICKERMAN, Joseph (I2209)
 
242 1851: Rachel & John MAYE? living with Stephen & Alice VICKERMAN

1861: also in household was John's mother - Amilea MELLOR, 63, widow, farmer

1891: also in household was grandson Ernest - unable to identify his parents. 
VICKERMAN, Rachel (I2561)
 
243 1851: Thomas was with his parents and his wife Ann was with hers (plus children) VICKERMAN, Thomas (I216)
 
244 1851: Thomas was with his parents and his wife Ann was with hers (plus children) BOOTH, Ann (I141)
 
245 1851: Also in household as Mary DEARDEN, 34, aunt

1861: Also in household was Hannah BOUCHER, nurse 
CLEMISHAW, Elizabeth (I3651)
 
246 1851: Also in household as Mary DEARDEN, 34, aunt. William and his wife were living next door to parents John & Ann VICKERMAN

1861: Also in household was Hannah BOUCHER, nurse

1881: living as boarder with Elizabeth EASTON + 1 other boarder

Died 1st Qtr 
VICKERMAN, William Swiney (I3783)
 
247 1851: Also in household was Ruth VICKERMAN, b c1836, Almondbury (Ann's niece & granddaughter of Stephen)

1871: Thomas & Ann were visitors in the household of Ann's sister Elizabeth 
VICKERMAN, Ann (I2564)
 
248 1851: Also in household were George & Elizabeth MARTN - lodger/visitor

1861: Also in household was Mary HALL, servant

1881: also in household was 1 servant

1891: Also in household was grandson Claude P VICKERMAN + 1 servant 
VICKERMAN, Charles (I3633)
 
249 1851: Also in household were George & Elizabeth MARTN - lodger/visitor CLAYTON, Ruth (I3752)
 
250 1851: also in household were Grace METCALFE & Elizabeth MOORHOUSE. servants

1861: also in household were Ann WEBSTER, visitor + 2 servants.
 
BEAUMONT, Elizabeth (I3187)
 

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