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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HARE Hannah Woolen Cloth Manufacturer Haigh Hall, Greengates 18 Dec 1851 23 Sept 1852
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Thomas HARE son Jeremiah Wainwright Benjamin Charlesworth   Accepted
Joseph HARE
son Details
James HARE son Hannah (nee Galloway)was born at Woodhall Hills and lived to be 90. The 1851 Census still has her working as a Wollen Cloth Manufacturer employing 13 hands
Mary GALLOWAY
daughter
Elizabeth HAMMOND daughter
Hannah THORNTON daughter
Mary THORNTON Granddaughter
Sarah WRIGHT Granddaughter
Samuel HARE Gt Grandson
Martha HARE Gt Granddaughter

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HARE Thomas Yeoman, formerly Cloth Manuf. Bank Bottom, Greengates 12 Mar 1859 12 Apr 1860
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
James HARE son James Davison Richard Dalby
Benjamin Jowett Accepted
Hannah BAXTER
daughter Details
Mary DALBY daughter Thomas left personal effects valued at under £200, however his Will alludes to his Trustees selling a quantity of Land after his death for building which presumably was valued separately to this. Thomas was 70 when he died.
Samuel FARNISH (Trustee)
William RIDER (Trustee)
David BOOTH (Trustee)

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HARE James Woollen Cloth Manufacturer Greengates Rd, Greengates 13 Aug 1867* 7 Nov 1867
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Thomas HARE son        
John HARE son Details
Alfred HARE son

*Date of death- died Intestate.
Letters of Administration granted to Hannah BAXTER & Mary DALBY, James' sisters. As all his sons were minors at the time of his death, these became the boys' appointed guardians. Estate valued at under £200

William Henry HARE son

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HARE William Henry Dyer & Finisher Park Holme, Harrogate Rd, Eccleshill 3 Feb 1919 15 Sept 1920
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Annie HARE wife Albert V HAMMOND Geo. W FIRTH   Accepted
John Parker HARE
son Details
William Henry HARE son

WH Hare died suddenly of a siezure in 1920. He put all his possessions into Trust for the enjoyment of his wife & children, his estate being valued at £23,347, a substantial sum in those days.
WH was a director of Joseph Baxter & Sons, a company that had been founded by his uncle. They operated from Holybrook Mills, Greengates, and Canal Mills, Apperley Bridge


Edith Annie HARE daughter
Joseph Henry BAXTER (Cousin & Trustee)
Robert WALKER (Trustee)

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HAINSWORTH Joseph Clothier Stanningley 10 Feb 1874 27 Aug 1875
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Martha HAINSWORTH wife J Halberry, clerk Samuel Brearley, clerk   No
    Details
    Clothier of Stanningley (1819-1875) formerly of Batley Carr. Executors Edwin Richardson and Jarvis Broadhead both Woollen Manufacturers of Batley Carr. Testator died 29 Jul 1875 at Stanningley.
   
   

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HAINSWORTH George Woolen manufacturer Farsley 12 July 1847 Dec 1847
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Joseph HAINSWORTH son W Hammerton, attorney William Wade, clothier, Farsley   No
Esther TURNER daughter Details
George HAINSWORTH son

Executors are his son Joseph Hainsworth and daughter Esther Turner the wife of Joseph Turner of Farsley, Clothier. Bequeaths land in Farsley and his five stands at the coloured cloth hall at Leeds to his children both individually and jointly.
Testator died 1 Dec 1847 aged 76 years


William HAINSWORTH son
Martha daughter
Mary ROBERTS daughter
Margaret WHITAM daughter

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HAINSWORTH George Clothier Stanningley 16 July 1879 25 Apr 1883
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Susannah KIPLING daughter Allen L Booth, sol. Leeds John Lambert, surgeon, Farsley   No

  Details
   

Close of land at Calverley to my daughter Susannah the wife of Richard Kipling. Trustees are friends Isaac Schofield of Stanningley, shopkeeper and John Dakin of Burley St, Leeds, plasterer.
CODICIL dated 6 Aug 1879. Isaac Schofield has died, I appoint my son William Hainsworth as trustee in his place. witnessed bt James H Watts and Frank Rayner solicitors clerks.
Testator formerly of Half Mile but late of Arthur Street, Stanningley died 9 Apr 1883.

   
   
   
   
   
   

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HAINSWORTH George   Farsley 8 June 1807 2 Nov 1807
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Hannah HAINSWORTH wife Wm ROBERTS Wm BUSFIELD Matthew ROBERTS No
Benjamin HAINSWORTH
son Details
Isaac HAINSWORTH son

Whole of my effects, goods, real estate and personal estate to sons Benjamin & Isaac.
Wife Hannah to live with them.
If not agreeable then Benjamin & Isaac shall pay my wife Hannah and son James certain amounts of money.
Testator died the next day

James HAINSWORTH son
   
   

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HAINSWORTH Joseph Cloth Manufacturer Farsley 5 Feb 1829 27 Oct 1829
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Martha HAINSWORTH wife Samuel Redhead William Naylor Jos'h Binns No
John HAINSWORTH son Details
George HAINSWORTH son

To sons John & George cottages buildings lands tenements etc in Farsley and all my one third part or share in the scribbling & Fulling mill situate in Bramley.
Executors are John Cockshott of Farsley, Butcher and sons John & George Hainsworth.
Testator died 15 May 1829 in his 56th year

Elizabeth HAINSWORTH daughter
Ruth HAINSWORTH daughter

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HAINSWORTH Abimelech Clothier Bramley 11 Aug 1808 24 Apr 1809
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Benjamin HAINSWORTH   William Sharp Samuel Rhodes Rd Lambert No
Joseph HAINSWORTH   Details
Isaac HAINSWORTH  

Executor Benjamin Hainsworth of Staningley Clothier
All that my Messuage or Tenement with the Barns Lands thereunto belonging situate at Alcoats in Pudsey now in the occupation of John Harrison
Benjamin Hainsworth paying thereout the sum of £200 in manner following the sum of L50 part thereof unto Joseph Hainsworth the brother of the said Benjamin Hainsworth the sum of £100 further part thereof unto Isaac Hainsworth of Cookridge in the parish of Addle Clothier the sum of £20 further part thereof unto John Sowden of Tong Husbandman and the sum of £30 residue thereof unto Abimelech the son of the said Isaac Hainsworth
Unto Bridget the wife of John Sugden of Middleton Coalminer £100
Unto James the son of the said Isaac Hainsworth £30
Unto Elizabeth the daughter of the said Isaac Hainsworth £20
And unto my good friend William Hodgson of Pudsey aforesaid Felmonger £10
Codicil 1st 12 Aug 1808 I bequeath unto Abraham Hainsworth of Alcoats Clothier £50
Witnesses are John Sunderland John Rhodes John Butler

Codicil 2nd 19 Aug 1808 Stand in the Coloured Cloth Hall at Leeds unto Abemelech the son of Abraham Hainsworth
Witnesses are George Brogden Samuell Rhods Wm Hodgson

Codicil 3rd 27 Aug 1808 Cottage in Farsley now in the possession of Jane Walton Widow unto Bridget Sugden the Wife of John Sugden of Middleton Coalminer forever
Witnesses are Joseph Hainsworth Samuel Harrison William Hodgson

John SOWDEN  
Bridget SUGDEN  
James HAINSWORTH  
Elizabeth HAINSWORTH  
William HODGSON friend
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HAINSWORTH Mary spinster Bramley 26 Jul 1808 April 1809
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Abimelech HAINSWORTH brother Jas Nixon William Sharp John Butler No
Ann HAINSWORTH cousin's daughter Details
Esther HAINSWORTH cousin's daughter

I give and devise unto my brother Abimelech Hainsworth All my Messuages Cottages lands tenements hereditaments and real estate at Bramley and Farsley. After his decease Executor shall sell and pay the several legacies or sums of money following namely
Unto Ann Hainsworth the daughter of my Cousin Isaac Hainsworth of Cookridge £150
Unto her sister Esther Hainsworth £50
Unto Elizabeth Sugden daughter of my cousin Bridget Sugden £50
Unto her brother Abimelech Sugden and her sister Mary Clark being also a son and daughter of my said cousin Bridget Sugden £20
Unto John Hainsworth and Benjamin Hainsworth two of the sons of my cousin Benjamin Hainsworth of Staningley £30 apiece
Unto my cousin Mary Bocock Wife of William Bocock of Staningley Clothier £50
Unto my cousin Hannah the wife of John Holdsworth of Horsforth £20
Unto my cousin Mary Wright of Horsforth Widow £50
Unto the children of my cousin Abraham Hainsworth of Kirkstall £30 amongst them
Unto my cousin Sarah Hartley Wife of Charles Hartley the younger of Staningley £20
Unto John Bulmer of Bramley who formerly lived with my late brother John £100
Unto his daughter Mary Bulmer £50
One third part of overplus monies to all the children of my said cousin Isaac Hainsworth except the said Ann and Esther legatees as aforesaid.
One other third part to all the childen of the said Bridget Sugden except her children the said Elizabeth Sugden Abimelech Sugden and Mary Clark legatees also as aforesaid.
The remaining third part to all the children of my said cousin Benjamin Hainsworth except his sons John Hainsworth and Benjamin Hainsworth legatees as aforesaid.
Unto the said Ann Hainsworth the bed in which I usually sleep, three of my best chairs, my Clock, my large Tea Table, my Tea Tongs, my Chest of Drawers, my warming pan
Unto Mary the daughter of the aforesaid John Bulmer my six Silver Tea spoons
Unto Mary Sowden the Wife of John Sowden of Bradford my cousin my Silver pint
Unto William Hodgson of Pudsey, Fell Monger, (Executor) one Guinea as a small token of my respect for him.
Codicil dated 2 Aug 1808
I annull and make void the said legacy or sum of £100 unto the said John Bulmer of Bramley aforesaid Clothier who formerly lived servant with my late brother John.
Witnesses Jas Nixon William Sharp John Butler & William Goodson.

Elizabeth SUGDEN cousin's daughter
Abimelech SUGDEN cousin's son
Mary CLARK cousin's daughter
John HAINSWORTH cousin's son
Benjamin HAINSWORTH cousin's son
Mary BOCOCK cousin
John BULMER deceased brother's servant
Mary BULMER servant's daughter
Mary SOWDEN cousin's wife
Hannah HOLDSWORTH cousin
Sarah HARTLEY cousin
Mary WRIGHT cousin
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HAINSWORTH Abimelech Cloth manufacturer Farsley 7 Oct 1834 4 Apr 1836
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Hannah HAINSWORTH wife Geo. Rawson. Leeds Gent Geo. Rawson Jun Leeds solicitor Jonas Foster Baptist Minister No
Lydia ANDREWS
daughter Details
Samuel HAINSWORTH son

My two thirds share in the Mill called Cape Mill situate on the borders of the Townships of Bramley and Farsley and the 14 cottages and Blacksmith's Shop with the Devises of my late Brother in the three equal undivided parts. One to my eldest son Samuel Hainsworth,
one to son John Hainsworth, one to son Peter Hainsworth.
8 cottages in the Square in Farsley occupied by Benjamin Quarmby - William Keighley - David Busfield - James Ross - Samuel Isles - Joseph Ross, William Taylor and my son George Hainsworth.
5 cottages at the front to the Square and at the Back to the Village Street occupied by John Proctor, Samuel Busfield, Isaac Ross, Joseph Child and Matthew Lee and the cottages occupied by William Lee and Robert Holdsworth.
6 adjoining cottages occupied by Samuel Keighley, Joseph Coates, Richard Beck, Abraham Keighley and Jonas Hargreaves to my son Reuben Hainsworth
15 cottages dyehouse to my said son George. Warehouse six cottages to my son Reuben.
Land in Farsley called the Red Royd Close or the Overclose to my son Daniel Hainsworth.
Bequests to my 4 daughters namely Lydia (Widow of Benjamin Andrews late of Farsley Clothier) Hannah (the wife of John Gaunt of Farsley, Clothier) Sally (the wife of Samuel Hollings of Farsley, Grocer) and Rose lately the wife of Thomas Varley deceased but now married to Abraham Keighley of Farsley, Butcher.
Executors are my sons John Hainsworth and Peter Hainsworth and my sons in law Samuel Hollings and John Gaunt.

Hannah GAUNT daughter
Sally HOLLINGS daughter
John HAINSWORTH son
George HAINSWORTH son
Rose KEIGHLEY daughter
Daniel HAINSWORTH son
Peter HAINSWORTH son
Reuben HAINSWORTH son
   
   
   
   

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HARE John clothier Pudsey 24 Nov 1786 31 Oct 1793
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
John Hare son John Lee William Mirfield Joseph Drake Accepted
Samuel Hare son Details
Joseph Hare son

Left his stand at the White Cloth Hall in Leeds, plus all his weaving gear to son Joseph. Joseph also inherited the lease of his house in Pudsey which belonged to Mr Markham Salisbury.
Executors were John Hare Jnr and Joseph Binns.

Elizabeth Walton daughter
Thomas Atkinson grandson

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HARE Ellen   34 Aberdeen Walk, Armley 29.10.1929 1939
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Herbert Steel Hare Son (& Executor) John Wormold Alfred Thomas   Accepted
Alfred Hare Grandson Details
Dorothy Hare Grandaughter Was the widow of Thomas Hare (1859- 1912) Cloth Merchant originally of Greengates.
Dyson Frudd Executor
   

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HARE Annie   Parkholme, Eccleshill 3.12.1918 8.2.1922
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
John Parker HARE son Albert V HAMMOND Francis LAYCOCK   Accepted
Edith Annie HARE daughter Details
William Henry HARE son Was the Widow of William Henry HARE, Dyeworks Manager of Greengates. Estate valued at L513-12s-9d
Robert WALKER (Co-Executor and Cousin of Late Husband)
Joseph Henry BAXTER (Co-Executor and Cousin of Late Husband)

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HARE Thomas Cloth Merchant 34 Aberdeen Walk, Armley   21.2.1912
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Ellen HARE widow       Accepted
Herbert Steel HARE son Details
William Henry HARE brother Letters od Administration only- Died Intestate. Was a native of Greengates. Estate valued at £2178-19s-1d net
   

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HARE Joseph Cloth Maker Greengates 17 Apr 1867 2 May 1867
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
James HARE brother Jabez Booth Thomas Banks   Accepted
Elizabeth Ann DOBSON stepdaughter Details
George FIRBY stepson Left estate valued at under £100.

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HUTCHINSON James Clothier Bramley 8 July 1827 31 Oct 1827
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Hannah Hutchinson wife S L Booth Sol. William Roberts James Booth No
William Hutchinson brother Details
Amelia Myers sister The will of James Hutchinson the younger of Bramley Clothier.
Trustees William Waite Clothier
Robert Holdsworth Clothier
Mary Byron sister
Sarah Greenwood sister
Martha Bickerdike sister
Ann Halliday sister
Christiana Wright sister
Sarah Bickerdike niece
Frederick Holdsworth trustee's son

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HINCHCLIFFE Joseph Farmer Bradley Hill, Bramley 12 Nov 1844 15 Jan 1853
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Martha Hinchcliffe wife Wm Thomas Smith Sol Rob't Burnell his clerk - No
Hannah Hutchinson daughter Details
Nanny Fenton daughter

Bequests to my eight children namely
Hannah the wife of Peter Hutchinson
Nanny the wife of John Fenton
Sarah the wife of George Carter
Annis the wife of Benjamin Keighley
Mary Ann the wife of Benjamin Yeadon
Joseph Hinchcliffe
John Hinchcliffe
Alexander Hinchcliffe
Trustees William Turner of Bramley, Gardener & William Hardaker of Bramley, Woolsorter
Leaves cottage at Bradley Hill to wife which is in the occupation of William Popplewell
Codicil 3 July 1852 appointing son in law Joseph Yeadon and Joseph Naylor of Bramley, Farmer, rustees.
Witnesses Joshua Farrer of Grove House, Pudsey
& William Lee Howarth Curate of Saint Thomas, Stanningley.

Sarah Carter daughter
Annis Keighley daughter
Mary A Yeadon daughter
Joseph Hinchcliffe son
John Hinchcliffe son
Alexander Hinchcliffe son
   
   
   
   
   
   

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HAINSWORTH John clothier Bramley 6 Nov 1804 22 Feb 1805
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Mary Hainsworth sister Jas Nixon Mary Burton Hannah Parker No
Abimelech Hainsworth brother Details
John Bulmer manservant

Unto my sister Mary Hainsworth spinster two dwellinghouses with the barn and other outbuildings in the Township of Bramley in the occupations of William Spence and Widow Spence And one close of land at Broadlane adjoining the Leeds and Bradford Turnpike road called upper House Close containing by estimation three days work.
My dwellinghouse near Broad Lane in Bramley with the barn and other outbuildings three closes of land containing by estimation eight days work called the Lower House Close, the little Close and New Close and also two cottages in the occupations of my brother Abimelech Hainsworth and John Bulmer.
Unto my brother Abimelech Hainsworth twenty pounds.
Unto John Bulmer Clothier and late my manservant fifty pounds.
Unto William Hay my late Apprentice but now a Soldier in his Majesty's Service forty pounds.
Unto Abraham Hainsworth of Kirkstall Clothier the sum of thirty pounds.
Unto Mary Bocock wife of William Bocock of Staningley Clothier forty pounds.
Unto Bridget Sugden wife of John Sugden of Middleton Leeds Yeoman thirty pounds.
The remainder equally between my two relations Benjamin Hainsworth of Staningley Clothier (or if he be dead between his sons Benjamin and John)
And Isaac Hainsworth of Cookridge in the parish of Addle Clothier (or if he be dead between his sons James and Abimelech)
Bequests to be paid at the end of one year next after the death of my said sister Mary.
Testator died 17th December 1804 and is buried at Calverley.

William Hay ex employee
Abraham Hainsworth  
Mary Bocock  
Bridget Sugden  
Benjamin Hainsworth relative
Isaac Hainsworth relative
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HAINSWORTH Abimelech Clothier Farsley 22 Sept 1770 28 Apr 1776
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Abimelech HAINSWORTH Son Will'm ROBINSON Matthew MOSS Sarah ROBINSON  
Mary HAINSWORTH Daughter Details
Martha HAINSWORTH Daughter

Bequests to his children include: -
Property and land at Owle Coats hill Pudsey (presently occupied by Stephen Swithenbank).
Two dwelling houses at Bramley (presently occupied by Richard Merritt and John Hargreaves).
House at Farsley (presently occupied by John Yeade).
Cottage at Farsley (presently occupied by Jane Walton, widow).

John HAINSWORTH Son
   

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HAINSWORTH John Grocer Pudsey Admon 18 Jan 1856
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Elizabeth HAINSWORTH his Widow        
    Details
    Died intestate.
Letters of Administration granted to his widow.
under £200.
   
   

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HAINSWORTH Joseph Clothier Cote, Farsley 25 Sept 1733 Jan 1733
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Joseph Hainsworth son John Walker James Clayton   No
Abimelech Hainsworth son Details
Stephen Hainsworth son The farm at Coat to son Abraham.
The farm at Willgreave to son Isaac.
Money to other sons and daughters
George Hainsworth son
Peter Shuttleworth son in law
Elizabeth Hainsworth dau
Abraham Hainsworth son
Isaac Hainsworth son

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HAINSWORTH Isaac Clothier Pudsey 30 Apr 1722 16 Jan 1723
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Joseph Hainsworth Brother Mathew Neiler James Shuttleworth John Crossland No
Abraham Hainsworth Brother Details
John Hainsworth Brother

His brother Joseph of Farsley is the only Executor.
His brother Abraham is of Staningley.
His brother John is of Holdbeck in the parish of Leeds.
His brother James is of Ecop in the parish of Addle.
Mary Shuttleworth is the wife of James Shuttleworth of Farsley, Joiner. There is no relationship given for Mary but it has to be his niece and his Executors daughter.

James Hainsworth Brother
Mary Shuttleworth not stated

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HAINSWORTH George Cloth Manufacturer Farsley Admon 2 Feb 1854
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Mary Ann HAINSWORTH his widow       No
    Details
    Died intestate. Probate Act Book entry.
Letters of Administration granted to his widow.
Under £3,000
   
   

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HAINSWORTH John Cloth Manufacturer Farsley 27 Oct 1858 25 Nov 1858
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Charles HAINSWORTH Son George Rawson Sol Leeds John Lambert Surgeon Farsley   No
Elizabeth SMITH Dau Details
Hannah HAINSWORTH Dau

John Hainsworth & his eldest son Charles are the owners of Cape Mill Estates.
Elizabeth is the wife of David Smith.
Hannah is the widow of Reuben Hainsworth.
Lydia is the wife of Emanuel Wade.
Testator died 9th Nov 1858

Lydia WADE Dau
Joann HAINSWORTH Dau
Allison HAINSWORTH Dau
Maria HAINSWORTH Dau
John William HAINSWORTH Son

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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
HAINSWORTH Daniel Cloth Manufacturer Farsley 12 Jan 1850 27 Dec 1851
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
John Hainsworth Brother George Rawson sol. William Waggett clerk   No
Peter Hainsworth Brother Details
Reuben Hainsworth Brother

Brothers John Hainsworth and Peter Hainsworth my friend Jeremiah Naylor of Farsley, Butcher and my Nephew Reuben Gaunt of Farsley, Cloth Manufacturer joint executors and Trustees. I bequeath the books in my library to my brother Peter Hainsworth. My Field in Red Lane called Over Close and my Shares in Cape Mill, situate on the boarders of the Townships of Bramley and Farsley. My share estate and interest in the Mill at Stanningley called the Upper Mill. My Mill estate at the low end of Farsley called Nether Cape with the dwelling house now occupied by Jonathan Ross. Divide proceeds into eight equal shares and to pay one of such eighth shares to each of the following persons. My brother John Hainsworth, my brother Peter Hainsworth, my brother Reuben Hainsworth, my sister Lydia Andrews and my sister Sally Hollings. Another eighth share shall be paid to and divided between my sister Rose Keighley and William Varley her son, (two thirds of such share to Rose Keighley and one third to William Varley. Another eighth share shall be divided amongst the children of my late brother George Hainsworth.
The remaining eighth share shall be divided amongst the children of my late sister Hannah Gaunt.

Lydia Andrews Sister
Sally Hollings Sister
Rose Keighley Sister
William Varley Nephew

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SurnameName Occupation Abode Date Proved
HALLIDAY John Cloth Manufacturer (Albion Mill) Lowtown, Pudsey 15 Jan 1871 9 Feb 1871
LegateeRelation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Martha Halliday wife Henry Johnson Carr Benjamin Walker - No
John Halliday son Details
Joseph Halliday son  
George Halliday son
Ephraim Halliday son
Jane Ann Huggan daughter
Mary Blakelock daughter
Martha Stables daughter