NameGeorge HALL
Birthabt 1869
OccupationCore Maker, Iron Moulder
Spouses
1Mary BAGNALL , GG Aunt
Birth20 Jul 1868, Manchester, Lancashire, England
Baptism9 Aug 1868
FatherEdward BAGNALL (~1829-1907)
MotherMary Ann BLAKEBOROUGH (1831-1910)
Marriage4 Apr 1896
ChildrenMay (1897-)
 Beatrice (1898-1991)
 George Valentine (1900-1975)
 Harold (~1902-)
 Arthur (~1904-)
 Edward Bagnall (1906-1907)
 Alice (~1909-)
 Albert Hall (~1910-)
Notes for Mary (Spouse 1)
Manchester Baptisms, Manchester Cathedral
Born July 20, 1868, baptism August 9, 1868 Mary Bagnall, daughter of Edward and Mary Bagnall of Manchester, father is a smith, ceremony perormed by J. Houthbeck? Minor Canon.

In the 1871 census 9 Cawdor St., Hulme, Manchester.
Head Edward Bagnall, age 40, blacksmith, born Manchester.
Wife Mary Bagnall, age 39, born Manchester.
Son John Bagnall, age 17, blacksmith, born Manchester.
Daughter Fanny Bagnall, age 12, scholar, born Manchester.
Daughter Ann Bagnall, age 9, scholar, born Manchester.
Son Levi Bagnall. age 5, born Manchester.
Daughter Mary Bagnall, age 2, born Manchester.

In the 1881 census 7 Church Street, Hulme, Lancashire.
Head Edward Bagnall, age 50, blacksmith, born Manchester.
Wife Mary Bagnall, age 49, born Manchester.
Daughter Fanny Bagnall, unmarried, age 22, weaver, born Manchester.
Daughter Ann Bagnall, unmarried, age 19, weaver, born Manchester.
Son Levi Bagnall, age 15, maker-up, born Manchester.
Daughter Mary Bagnall, age 12, scholar, born Manchester.
Son Thomas Edward Bagnall, age 10, born Manchester.
Son Samuel Bagnall, age 5, scholar, born Manchester.

In the 1891 census 42 Lorn St. Manchester.
Head Edward Bagnall, age 60, general labourer, born Salford.
Wife Mary Bagnall, age 50?, born Manchester.
Daughter Mary Bagnall, single, age 22, smallware weaver fancy, born Manchester.
Son Thomas E. Bagnall, single, age 18, maker up apprentice, born Manchester.
Lodger Thomas Bagnall, widower, age 65, living on his own means, born Salford.
[Thomas would be Edward Bagnall’s older brother.]

Parish Records St. George, Hulme
Marriage April 4, 1896 George Hall, age 27, Bachelor, core maker, residence 8 Church Street, father James Hll (deceased), printer and
Mary Bagnall, age 28, spinster, residence 42 Lorn Street, father Edward Bagnall furrier (probably should be farrier)
in the presence of James Coates? and Beatrice Costello.

In the 1901 census 192 Ashton New Road, Newton, North Manchester, Lancashire.
Head George Hall, age 30, core maker iron foundry, worker, born Salford, Lancashire.
Wife Mary Hall age 31, born Manchester.
Daughter May Hall, age 4, born Broughton, Lancashire.
Daughter Beatrice Hall, age 2, born Broughton.
Son George V. Hall, age 1, born Hulme, Lancashire.

In the 1911 census 18 South Road, Gorton, Ardwick, South Manchester.
Head George Hall, age 40, iron moulder, iron foundry, worker, born Kent. [Kent seems to be an error]
Wife Mary Hall, age 41, married 15 years, 8 children born alive, 7 still living, born Manchester.
Daughter May Hall, age 14, mill cutter, velvet mill, worker, born Hulme.
Daughter Beatrice Hall, age 12, school, born Salford.
Son George Valentine Hall, age 11, school, born Hulme.
Son Harold Hall, age 9, school, born Manchester.
Son Arthur Hall, age 7, school, born Stockport.
Daughter Alice Hall, age 2, born Manchester.
Son Albert Hall, age 1, born Manchester.
[The entire line crossed out] Son Edward Bagnall Hall, age 5, a 1 marked in the column children who have died, born Stockport..
5 rooms in the home.
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