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Henry Barraclough

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Henry Barraclough (1857- ) of Joseph Barraclough and Sons

1856 Born in Barnsley the son of Joseph Baraclough

1881 Living at Honeywell House, Barnsley: Joseph Baraclough (age 49 born Staintro, Barnsley), Engineer and Iron Founder Employs 55 Men and 6 Boys. With his wife Mary A. Baraclough (age 54 born Barnsley) and their four children; Henry Baraclough (age 25 born Barnsley), Turner and Fitter; Sarah A. Baraclough (age 23 born Barnsley); Sam Baraclough (age 19 born Barnsley), Draughtsman; and Elizabeth Baraclough (age 16 born Barnsley).[1]

1901 living at 16 Longcar Lane, Barnsley: Henry Barraclough (age 45 born Barnsley), Ironfounder - Employer. With his wife Clara Annie Barraclough (age 44 born Wosbro Bridge, Yorkshire) and their three children; Mary Ann Barraclough (age 13 born Barnsley); Edith Marion Barraclough (age 6 born Barnsley); and Albert Henry Barraclough (age 6 born Barnsley). Also his niece Gertrude Hoyland (age 21 born Barnsley).[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1901 Census