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This is page 5 of 5 providing the history of the Howard family of Holmfith, Yorkshire. If you have a connection to any individual or family featured here, or if you want to leave us your feedback, contact us. Browse the Howard pages by clicking the last page/next page buttons or following the numbered (e.g. [2]) or parental ([Parents]) links.

The Howard Family of Holmfirth, Yorkshire

16.Link to census Clement HOWARD [Parents]. Born quarter ending March 1895 in Stockport, Clement died there 1/11/1952, age 57. On 19/12/1952 in Manchester, probate was granted to Clement’s wife Annie with effects valued at £1256 (the equivalent of around £35,670 today).

In the quarter ending June 1930, when Clement was age about 35, he married Annie CATLOW in Stockport. Annie was born 30/1/1902 in Stockport and died there quarter ending September 1975, age 73.

They had the following child:

(1) Dorothy Clementine, born 5/3/1936 in Stockport & died there December 2003, age 67.

17.Link to census Herbert HOWARD [Parents]. Born quarter ending December 1897 in Stockport & died there quarter ending December 1929, age 32.

In the quarter ending December 1923, when Herbert was age about 26, he married LILY HOPKINSON in Stockport.

They had the following child:

(1) Albert, born 13/2/1925 in Edgeley, Stockport & died quarter ending June 1973 in Manchester, age 48. On 2/4/1956, when Albert was age 31, he married Lily BROWN, daughter of  James BROWN, a labourer, in St Peter, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire. Lily was born about 1922. It is not known when she died. Albert & Lily had no children.

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