Thomas Magnall was born in Burnley, LAN on the 5th January 1873 (VRI) to William Magnall (GM076) and Mary Anne (GM018). He was christened on the 10th March 1873 at Holy Trinity Church, Habergham Eaves.
Thomas married Annie (EM205) in 1896 as shown in their marriage certificate:-
|1896 Marriage solemnized at The Parish Church in the Parish of S Andrew Burnley in the Counties Lancaster Burnley|
|No.||When married||Name and surname||Age||Condition||Rank or Profession||Residence at the time of marriage||
Father's Name and Surname
|Rank or Profession of Father|
|17 Cobden Street
3? Pleasntford St.
|Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Estaablished Church by ___ or after Banns by me,|
|James William Magnall |
Mary Ann Anderson
|William Edward Stubbing|
Thomas and Annie lived at various addresses in the same area over the next few years including 17, 44 and 15 Cobden Street. At the time of the 1901 Census Thomas and Annie were living at 17 Messenger Street in Nelson, both of them were cotton weavers.
Thomas and Annie had two children:-
Thomas died in 1953, he was living at 293 Briercliffe Road at the time, he was buried at Burnley Cemetery in grave ref.NE11513 on the 5th May 1953.
Annie lived to be about 100 years old, she died in 1975 and was buried at Burnley Cemetery in grave ref.NE11513 on the 26th August 1975.
Elsie married Leonard Holgate (EM207) and they had two duaghters. Mary Ann married Edward Greenwood (EM208) (a coal man) and they had a son who took over the coal round from his father.
Many thanks to Diane James for helping with information.
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