NameRose Ann McDONALD
Birth18 Jun 1886, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
Baptism8 Jul 1886
OccupationHooker [Cloth Trade]
FatherWilliam McDONALD (~1853-)
MotherSarah BERRITT (~1856-)
Spouses
Birth1884, Manchester, Lancashire, England
Death25 Sep 1915, Battle of Loos
OccupationMaker Up
FatherJohn Henry BAGNALL (1854-1931)
MotherHannah Maria GREGORY (~1854-1922)
Marriage1905
ChildrenJohn Edward (1906-1977)
 Elsie (1908-)
 Irene (1910-)
Notes for Rose Ann McDONALD
In the July to September 1886 birth index Rose Ann McDonald, West Derby district, Lancashire, volume 8b, page 293.

Liverpool, Catholic Baptisms St. Francis Xavier’s Lancashire
Born June 1886, baptism July 8, 1886 Rose Ann McDonald, father William McDonald, mother Sara Berritt

In the 1891 census 30 Stock Street, Burnley, Lancashire
Head William Macdonald [last name as spelled], age 38, plasterer, employed, born Liverpool, Lancashire.
Wife Sarah Macdonald, age 35, born Burnley, Lancashire.
Son John Macdonald, age 17, painter, employed, born Burnley.
Son Anthony Macdonald, age 15, errand boy, employed, Burnley.
Daughter Mary ? Macdonald, age 12, born Burnley.
Daughter Rose A. Macdonald, age 4, born Liverpool.
Daughter Clara Macdonald, age 1, born Burnley.

In the 1901 census 75 Clarendon Street, St. Philips Ecclestiastical Parish, Manchester, Lancashire.
Head William McDonald, widowed, age 48, plasterer, worker, born Liverpool.
Son John McDonald, single, age 27, painter, worker, born Burnley.
Son Anthony McDonald, single, age 25, plasterer, worker, born Burnley.
Daughter Rose Ann McDonald, age 14, tailoress, worker, born Liverpool.
Daughter Clara McDonald, age 12, born Burnley.
Son in Law Thomas Jones, age 26, labourer general, worker, born Manchester.
Daughter Mary Ann Jones, single, age 22, at home, born Burnley.
Grandson John Jones, age 2, born Manchester.
Notes for Herbert (Spouse 1)
Also in the 1891 census 23 Church Street, Hulme, Manchester, Lancashure.
Head John H. Bagnall, age 37, maker-up [added later cotton], employed, born Manchester, Lancashire.
Wife Hannah M. Bagnall, age 37, born Manchester.
Son Joseph E. Bagnall, age 9, school, born Manchester.
Son Herbert Bagnall, age 6, school, born Manchester.

In the 1901 census, 23 Forest Park Road, Newton, Bradford, Manchester.
Head John H. Bagnall, age 47, maker up Calico Finishers? [added later cot.], employed, born Manchester.
Wife Hannah M. Bagnall, age 47, born Manchester.
Son Joseph E. Bagnall, single, age 19, born Manchester.
Son Albert Bagnall, age 16, born Manchester.

Parish Records St. Mark’s Church, Hulme, Manchester
Married November 13, 1905 Herbert Bagnall, age 21, maker up of 86 George Street, father John Henry Bagnall, maker up and
Rose McDonald, age 20, spinster, hooker [cloth trade], of 86 George Street, father William McDonald, plasterer
after banns by W. Naifer?
in the presence of John Nutting and Hannah Smith.

In the 1911 census 133 Greenside Lane, Droylsden, Manchester
Head Herbert Bagnall, age 26, maker-up cloth trade, working for a dye works, born Hulme, Manchester.
Wife Rose Bagnall, age 25, married 5 years, 3 children born alive all still living, born Liverpool.
Son Edward Bagnall, age 5, born Hulme, Manchester.
Daughter Elsie Bagnall, age 3, born Beswick, Manchester.
Daughter Irene Bagnall, age 6 months, born Droylsden.

UK Soldiers died in the Great War
Herbert Bagnall, born Hulme, Manchester, residence Droylsden, Manchester,
died September 25, 1915, France and Flanders
enlisted Manchester
Rank Private
Manchester Regiment 1st Battalion
Regimental number 3596
Killed in action, Wester European Theatre

Find a Grave Index
Private Herbert Bagnall, born 1884, died September 25, 1915
Loos Memorial
Loos-en-Gohelle, Department du Pas-de-Calais, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France
Son of Mr. J.H. Bagnall, of 96 Greenside Lane, Droylsden, Manchester
Manchester Regiment
Listed on Panel 103
[Note: the Loos Memorial lists the names of 20 610 British and Commonwealth soldiers with no known grave who were killed in action during and after the Battle of Loos, which started on September 25, 1915.]

UK Army Register of Soldiers’ Effects
Private Herbert Bagnall, died September 25, 1915 at Neuve Chapelle, 1st Battalion, Manchester Regiment, Regimental number 3596, authorised by his widow Rose.
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