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Zane Quatermass1

M, #9457, Deceased, b. 1 January 1755, d. 21 January 1856

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  • Birth: Zane Quatermass was born on 1 January 1755 in 9 Castle Street, Chester, Cheshire.
  • Christening: Zane was christened on 12 July 1755 in Church of England, St. John the Evangelist, Chelford.2
  • Occupation: He was an as an archer in the Chester Yeomanry, in Gwersyllt, near to Wrexham, in Denbighshire, Wales, about 1774.3
  • Marriage: He was married on 1 April 1776 in parish church, St. Olaf, Wastwater.
  • Divorce: He was divorced in 1799 in Black Gang Chine, Isle of Wight.
  • Marriage: He was married on 20 January 1800 in St. Olaf, Wastwater.
  • Death: He died on 21 January 1856, at age 101, in the Red Lion Hotel, Grasmere.
  • Burial: Zane's remains were buried on 24 January 1856 in the parish church graveyard, St Olaf, Wasdale.1

Census

Census 1841Zane Quatermass Id #9,457 (Principal) was at home on Census night 1841 at 5 Helvelyn Cottages, Grasmere.

Also in the household that night were Blodwyn Hughes (Servant).

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #20,914.

Original Documents, Source and Citations here
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018

Citations

  1. [S1011] Monument Inscriptions, Wasdale
  2. [S403] Chelford St. John Baptisms 1693-1826
  3. [S250] Register of Freemen City of Chester 1865-1910, Memo: Annotation: Register of Freemen City of Chester 1865-1910


    Mfr/16

    30 August 1865 John Snelson Admitted as grandson William Snelson,
    farmer and son of Samuel Snelson, Cabinet Maker.
    Identity proved by mother.

    1 June 1872 George Snelson 31 Handbridge, Joiner Admitted as
    son of William Snelson Eaton Road Chester, farmer
    made free 30th March 1810 by Assembly. Identity
    proved by Mr James Jones Wellington Inn Handbridge
    his stepfather.

    William Snelson 44 Handbridge, Joiner. The like.

    31 May 1877 Henry Snelson, cowkeeper Greenway Street Admitted
    as grandson of William Snelson, farmer made free
    30th March 1810 by Assembly. Identity proved by
    mother Ann Snelson Greenway Street.

    28 July 1877 Samuel Snelson 33 Pycroft Street, Joiner Admitted
    as Henry above. Identity proved by mother Margaret
    Snelson 57 Handbridge.

    18 Feb 1881 James Chapman Leigh Snelson, Clerk 101 Boughton
    Admitted as grandson of James Snelson, Baker made
    free 4th April 1810 by Assembly. Identity proved
    by father Mr James Snelson, Coal Agent 101
    Boughton.

    22 Jul 1886 William Egerton Snelson, Smith, 48 Handbridge
    Admitted as grandson of William Snelson, Eaton
    Road, Farmer made free on 30th March 1810 ( 3 June
    1839 deleted ) by birth. Identity proved by mother
    Ann Snelson 48 Handbridge.

    11 June 1895 William Snelson Junior, Plumber 31 Hartington
    Street Admitted as grandson of William Snelson,
    Farmer. Identity proved by his maternal
    grandfather John Williams, Greenway Street.

    25 May 1907 George Snelson, Bricklayer, 27 Handbridge Admitted
    as grandson of William Snelson, Handbridge, Farmer
    who was son of William Snelson, Eaton Road, Farmer
    made free 30th June 1810 by Assembly. Identity
    proved by Mr. Hy Evans, 2 Greenway Street.

    18 June 1910 Robert Snelson 58 Handbridge, Hay Dealer, admitted
    as grandson of William Snelson, Eaton Road Farmer,
    made free 3rd June 1839 by birth who was the son
    of William Snelson, Farmer, made free 30th March
    1810. Identity proved by Mr. Fred Latham, Lower
    Bridge Street.

    Edward Snelson 1 Lime Street Middleton Manchester
    Admitted as son of Robert Snelson who was grandson
    of William Snelson, Eaton Road Farmer, made free
    3rd June 1839 by birth who was the son of William
    Snelson, Farmer, made free 30th March 1810.
    Identity proved by father.

Biography

Jane Quatermass

F, #9460, Deceased, b. 25 April 1779, d. 21 May 1851

Person Exhibits

Jane Quatermass 1779-1826 Portrait

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  • Name: Jane Quatermass was also known as Jane Inchcape.
  • Name: She was also known as Jane Pharoah.
  • Birth: She was born on 25 April 1779 in at the Travellers' Rest Hotel, Dumail Raise, Grasmere, Westmoreland.
  • Christening: Jane was christened on 23 February 1780 in St. Olaf' Church, Wasdale Head.1
  • Marriage: She was married on 6 January 1800 in Britannia Inn, Elterwater, Westmoreland.2
  • Occupation: She was the Hotel Manager and Licensee in the Wasdale Head Inn, Wastwater, Cumbria, about 1802.3
  • Residence: She resided in 34 Rocks Lane, Barnes, London, about 1810.
  • Marriage: She was married on 2 January 1816 in the Drunken Duck Hotel, Hawkshead.4
  • Death: She died on 21 May 1851, at age 72, in Tarn Hows, Skelwith Bridge, Westmoreland, Jane was drowned at High Tarn whilst skinny dipping.5
  • Burial: Jane's remains were buried on 22 May 1851 in St. Olaf's Churchyard, Wastwater.6
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018

Citations

  1. [S5729] John Snelson, Wasdale Registers
  2. [S5728] Weddings of Wastwater, Item Info: Family Collection
    File Name/no: Weddings of Wastwater
  3. [S5727] Jane Pharoah Snelson, History of the Wasdale Head Inn
  4. [S5730] Lake District Marriage
  5. [S5731] Ambleside Clarion, City/state: Ambleside
  6. [S1011] Monument Inscriptions, Wasdale

Biography

Unknown Lowe

M, #9462, Deceased

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  • Birth: Unknown Lowe was born in an unknown place.

Biography

Unknown Lowe

M, #9463, Deceased

Parents

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Family:

  • Unknown Lowe+

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  • Birth: Unknown Lowe was born in an unknown place.

Biography

Edward Taylor

M, #9470, Deceased

Family

Family:

  • Elizabeth Taylor
  • Sarah Taylor
  • Anna Taylor
  • Mary Taylor+ (d. about 1784)

Joseph Snelson

M, #9474, Deceased, b. before 1810

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  • Birth: Joseph Snelson was born before 1810.
  • Courtcase: He; 20 October 1830; to 7 years transportation; W:The Crown
  • Transporta: Joseph Snelson; 31 October 1831; from England, a year after sentence, on the ship "Gilmore" to Hobart, Tasmania1

Citations

  1. [S1192] Archives Office, Tasmania, Source Element: Archives Office of Tasmania, , , , Reference CON 13/5

Biography

Reverand Snelson1

M, #9475, Deceased, b. before 1710, d. after 1749

Main Events

  • Birth: Reverand Snelson was born before 1710.
  • Occupation: He was in fact as a "reverand" A quote in "Mining in Shropshire" published in 1995 says with regard to North Shropshire Copper Mines, "By 1740, Reverand Snelson had a searched for copper ore at Weston but had his labour for his pains and his expense for his trouble". in 1740.
  • Death: He died after 1749.

Citations

  1. [S1193] Geoff Warrington, Mining in Shropshire, Source Element: R4-11201
    Memo: Annotation: Edited by Adrian Pearce - Shropshire Caving and Mining Club

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