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Lydia WILSON ( -1838)

1. Lydia WILSON, daughter of John WILSON (bap.1730, d.1821) and Sarah LUCAS ( -1817), died on 26 January 1838.

 

Yesterday, suddenly, at her residence, Little Woodhouse, in this town, Lydia, last surviving daughter of the late John Wilson, Esq. of Camp Hall.

Second Generation

2. John WILSON, son of Joshua WILSON of Holmfirth and Mary UNK, was baptised on [Julian] 30 January 1730. He was a He was in the linen trade. John Wilson bought the Seacroft Estate, which remained in the family for some generations after. He married Sarah LUCAS on 21 December 1761. He died on 24 April 1821.

 

... of Camp Hall, Water Lane, Leeds.

 

3. Sarah LUCAS, daughter of Richard LUCAS, died on 7 June 1817. She and John WILSON had the following children:

 

John WILSON (1767- ). John was born on 24 February 1767. He appeared in the census. He celebrated his Bar Mitzvah. He married Martha BASSETT on 17 October 1798.

Richard WILSON ( -1814). Richard died on 30 July 1814.

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Lydia WILSON ( -1838)

Third Generation

4. Joshua WILSON of Holmfirth, son of John WILSON of Nether Thonge and Mary BATTY, was baptised on 11 October 1683. He appeared in the census. He was an Involved in the Woollen Cloth Trade. He married Martha HAIGH on 23 November 1729. He died on 26 October 1768. He married Mary UNK.

 

"HOLMFIRTH, a chapelry and town, partly in the parish of Almondbury, but chiefly in that of Kirkburton, wapentake of Upper Agbrigg, West Riding county York, 6 miles S. of Huddersfield. It is a station on the Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire railway. It is a large manufacturing village, and polling place for the West Riding, situated in a vale watered by the river Holm, over which are two stone bridges, and sheltered by lofty hills. The town, which is of modern growth, is irregularly built, but is well paved and lighted. The inhabitants are principally engaged in the manufacture of woollen cloth, for which the numerous springs of clear soft water in the vicinity render it particularly well adapted. The machinery of the mills is impelled by the powerful streams which descend from the hills, and by water collected in three reservoirs formed at the cost of £30,000. Many of the inhabitants are also engaged in the extensive collieries, and some in business at Huddersfield. The living is a perpetual curacy* in the diocese of Ripon, value £150, in the patronage of the Vicar of Kirkburton. There are places of worship for Wesleyans, Roman Catholics, and Baptists, and several schools. Fairs are held on the Saturday following 27th March, and 28th October, and before Old May Day.".

 

5. Mary UNK has few details recorded about her. She and Joshua WILSON had the following children:

 

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John WILSON (bap.1730, d.1821)

 

6. Richard LUCAS has few details recorded about him.

 

Richard LUCAS had the following children:

 

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Sarah LUCAS ( -1817)