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William Allerton was born in Calverley, Yorkshire c.1835.
Calverley with Farsley, Yorkshire.
Benj Allerton, 30, Clothier.
Fanney [sic] Allerton, 25.
William Allerton, 6.
John Allerton, 4.
Bagley, Calverley, Farsley, Yorkshire.
Benjamin Allerton, 42, Cloth Maker, born Farsley.
Fanny Allerton, 36, born Calverley.
William Allerton, 16, Cloth Weaver, born Farsley.
Martha Allerton, 9, scholar, born Farsley.
John Allerton, 14, Home [does this mean unemployed?], born Farsley.
Hannah Allerton, 6, scholar, born Farsley.
Elizabeth Allerton, 3, born Farsley.
Phoebe, 1 month, born Farsley.
Benjamin Allerton [William's father], March Quarter 1852, Bradford Y.
William Allerton enlisted in November 1854, at the age of about 19.
[PB: I have a note [from RM? LC?] saying "joined the regiment 29.9.55 with Cornet Marshall. To 12th Lancers."
Notice also 1662 Private John Allerton, 17th Lancers, who joined the regiment 29.9.55 with Cornet Marshall, at the same time as William. Is this William's younger brother? Notes add "Ex-16th Lancers 31.8.55. To 2DG 31.12.56. [RM?] ]
Frances Allerton [William's mother], married Isaac Hainsworth, December Quarter 1856, Leeds.
Thomas Street, Dewsbury.
Isaac Hainsworth, 40. born Farsley.
Fanny Hainsworth, 45, born Farsley.
Martha Allerton, step-daughter, 19, born Farsley.
Hannah Allerton, step-daughter, born Farsley.
Elizabeth Allerton, step-daughter, born Farsley.
Phoebe Allerton, step-daughter, 9, born Farsley.
Sarah Hainsworth, daughter, 3, born Dewsbury.
After discharge, William Allerton returned to Yorkshire to live with his mother, sisters, and step-father. Most of the family were wool weavers.
Lidgate Lane, Dewsbury.
Isaac Hainsworth, 47, Woolen Weaver, born Calverley.
Fanny Hainsworth, 55, born Calverley.
William Allerton, 35, step-son, Woolen Weaver, born Calverley.
Hannah Allerton, 26, step-daughter, Woolen Weaver, born Calverley.
Phoebe Allerton, 19, step-daughter, Woolen Weaver, born Calverley.
Death registration and Census information for 1841, 1851, 1861, and 1871 kindly provided by Chris Poole.
See also Laurence Crider 3rd edition p.424.