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BirthFemale; About 1801
DeathDeceased, age not recorded
ResidenceUK

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Married, 1828
Name
BirthMale
Baptism22 Oct 1786; St. Mary the Virgin, Prestwich, Lancashire UK
DeathDeceased, age not recorded
OccupationDyer (family business)
ResidenceBank House, Barton on Irwell, (Patricroft), Lancashire, UK
Father
Mother
Marriage 1828, Church at Weaverham, Cheshire UK [346]
No issue

Notes for Fridiswid Charlotte WORTHINGTON

Fridiswid Worthington is descended from a line of Worthingtons of Worthington who trace themselves back to the time of Henry III and, like Roger Mortimer, had a hand in the problem with Edward II and the poker at Berkeley Castle. Her father was an officer in the Horseguards (Blues) and connected to all the grand families of Lancashire.

Notes for William SLATER

Bank house passed to Henry Boddington when he married William Slater's daughter, Martha. [322]

Family notes for Fridiswid Charlotte WORTHINGTON and William SLATER

William's second wedding, like those of most of Fridiswid's family, took place in the church at Weaverham, which appears to be the church attached to the big house, and was under licence, which suggests that Weaverham was not the regular parish church. I'm not sure but as she was then 27 she might have been regarded as being on or close to the shelf (I'm thinking Charlotte Lucas and Mr Collins.) and the family might have thought a rich dyer quite a catch. [346]

Sources

13.  Document, Noni Watkins researches and papers, 2000
322.  Book, Revd Edgar Boddington b.1859, 12/05/2018, My Earliest Life ...., Never published, a hand-written memoir, presently in the hands of the webmaster.
346.  Email, Christopher Boddington, 01/09/2021

Person record last updated: 10 April 2022


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