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(1813 - 1886)
(1819 - 1871)
Mary Anne

Married: 5 Dec 1878; Silverdale Church, Lancashire UK
 bd.  7 Nov 1849; Eccles, Lancashire UK
 bpd.  6 Dec 1849; Manchester Cathedral
 dd.  4 Sept 1925, age 75; Gorsey Gate, Pownall Park, Wilmslow, Cheshire UK
 occ.  Brewer, Strangeways Brewery, Manchester UK
Director, Boddington's Breweries Ltd.
Director, Manchester Ship Canal Co.
 res.  1901: Silverdale, Carnforth, Lancashire, UK
 src.   [2],[216]
 bd.  27 Aug 1859; Manchester, Lancashire UK
 bpd.  1859; Manchester Cathedral
 dd.  28 Oct 1945, age 86; Aberdeenshire, Scotland [57]
 res.  1891: Pownall Hall, Wilmslow, Cheshire UK
1861: Cheetham, Manchester, Lancashire, UK
 src.   [2],[216]

Children (3):

Henry BODDINGTON (1881 - 1964)
Ruth Olive BODDINGTON (1883 - 1971)
Marianne Gladys BODDINGTON (1885 - 1959)

Notes for Henry BODDINGTON JP

Lived in a flat over the brewery until he purchased Pownall Hall, Wilmslow, Cheshire UK in 1886.

He was "one of the most ardent promoters of the Manchester Ship Canal. He was a member of the Provisional Committee (and later a Director) … subscribed 2000 pounds (probably the largest individual contribution), … " etc. For further details see pages 51/52 of "200 Years of Beer. The Story of Boddington's Strangeways Brewery, 1778-1978" by Michael Jacobson, published by Boddington's Breweries Ltd. (1978). [337]

The east window in Manchester cathedral was installed in memory of Henry Boddington. [336]


2.  Document, Reginald Stewart BODDINGTON, 1889, Pedigree of the Family of BODDINGTON
57.  Email, Christopher (Chris) Butterworth, March 2002
216.  Email, Anthony Williams, 13 August 2010
336.  Email, Ian Stubbs, 27/08/2020, Manchester Cathedral, east window
337.  Book, Michael Jacobson, 1978, 200 Years of Beer. The Story of Boddington's Strangeways Brewery, 1778-1978, Boddington's Breweries Ltd.

Family record last updated: 17 July 2013

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