For much of his working life, John was a fustian cutter, like several other members on the Hinton and allied families in and around Lymm: at the time fustian cutting was a thriving local cottage industry. (Fustian is silk or cotton woven in a way which produces a surface consisting of loops: these were then cut by hand by pieceworkers at home or in small workshops.) Shortly after his marriage, John is recorded as a horse keeper at Canal Bank, Lymm, but he later returned to fustian cutting.
Fred Hinton is believed to have emigrated to South Africa, and probably left England between 1901-1911.
John died in Lymm on 21 May 1913, and Sarah on 24 October 1931.
Samuel Hinton, son of Thomas Hinton and Miriam Massey, was born in Statham, and christened in Lymm on 16 January 1831. He was an agricultural labourer, and married a woman named Mary. They had one daughter:
Mary died shortly after Miriam's birth at the age of 23, and Miriam died before her first birthday. Samuel then married Martha Starkey in Manchester Cathedral on 20 September 1858. Martha had an illegitimate daughter, Isabella, born a year earlier, who was strangely christened twice: firstly in 1857 under the name Starkey, and then a second time in 1861 (at the same time as her brothers Thomas and William), when she was given the surname Hinton. It seems likely, therefore, that Samuel was her true father. In all, Samuel and Martha had nine children:
Isabella Starkey (Hinton)
m. George Calmoca, 1878
m. Alice Jane Jones, 1895
m. Mary Bouldin, 1890
m. Mary Brogden, 1893
m. Jessie Edwards, 1891
m. Mary Alice Stringer, 1891
Martha died in Thelwall, Cheshire in 1915 and Samuel in 1916.
Alice Hinton, youngest daughter of Thomas Hinton and Miriam Massey, was born in Statham, and christened in Lymm on 8 September 1833. She married William Miller, a tanyard labourer, in Lymm on 18 February 1855, and the couple had eleven children, all born in Thelwall, Cheshire:
Mary Alice Miller
m. Annie Woolley, 1883
m. George Thomason, 1877
m. Theophilus Richardson, 1883
m. William Watson, 1891
m. Annie Woolnough, 1889
m. Susannah Hall, 1889
m. Amy Smith, 1901
m. Catherine Hazlehurst, 1906
m. James Humphreys, 1896
m. William Winstanley, 1902
Alice died in Thelwall in 1881, and William in 1911.
Note: For reasons of clarity, the descendants of this line are followed on a separate page.
William Hinton, son of William Hinton and Hannah, was born in Sale, Cheshire on 12 April 1850, and married his cousin Mary Ditchfield (daughter of John Ditchfield and Mary Hinton) in Lymm on 21 April 1872. They had four children:
William died in Lymm in 1878, aged 28, and Mary married Joseph Knight, a waterman, in Lymm on 19 August 1883. Joseph was born in Runcorn in 1851, and was the son of Thomas Knight and his wife, Isabella Brockbank. Mary and Joseph had four children, all born in Lymm:
m. Annie Cottrill, 1907
m. John Leather, 1915
Mary died in Lymm in 1909.
Hannah Maria Hinton, daughter of William Hinton and Hannah, was christened in Middleton, Lancashire on 28 October 1855, and married Thomas Eaton in Lymm in 1874. Thomas, a fustian cutter, was born in Millington in 1842, and was the son of Joseph Eaton and his wife Sarah Whitfield. He was a widower, with one son (Joseph) from his previous marriage to Isabella Cotsworth, and over the years worked in a variety of labouring jobs.
Thomas had ten more children with Hannah, all born in Lymm:
m. Margaret McLaren McNeil, 1898
m. Florence Rice, 1897
m. James Pearson, 1897
m. James Clarke, 1907
m. Agnes Campbell, 1911
m. Albert Edward Tooke, 1908
Ellen Hinton, illegitimate daughter of Sophia Hinton and Joseph Marsland, was christened in Lymm on 16 November 1834. She lived with her maternal grandparents as a child, and had two illegitimate children in Lymm, whose fathers are not known:
m. Elizabeth Hurst, 1877
Ellen married Edmund Woodhall, a coachman from Penistone, Yorkshire in Manchester in 1865. He died in Manchester in 1880, and Ellen went into domestic service. There were no children from this marriage.
Priscilla Hinton, illegitimate daughter of Mary Hinton and James Clayton, was christened in Lymm on 31 October 1841. She lived with her maternal grandparents in Lymm as a child, and had two illegitimate daughters in Manchester whose fathers are unknown:
Priscilla married Isaac Knight, a fustian cutter, in Lymm on 27 December 1867. He was christened in Runcorn on 5 March 1837, and was the son of Thomas Knight and his wife Isabella Brockbank. (Isaac's younger brother Thomas was the second husband of Priscilla's half-sister Mary Ditchfield.) Isaac and Priscilla had seven children in Lymm:
Mary Eda Knight
m. Thomas Moss, 1892
m. Frederick Holt, 1897
m. John Frederick Hewitt, 1898
m. Joseph Lloyd Johnson, 1897
Isaac died in Lymm at the end of 1882, and Priscilla married John Clowes at St Peter, Oughtrington in 1884. Sadly, John died just a year later, and Priscilla then married Charles Booth in Altrincham in 1886. Charles was a widower, with several children from his first marriage, although only the two youngest still lived at home. Priscilla died in Lymm in 1913.
Margaret Aspery (or Astbury), oldest daughter of Thomas Astbury and Anne Hinton, was christened at Lymm on 27 January 1846. She married William Cooper, a labourer, in Warrington on 21 May 1866, and the couple settled in nearby Stretton.
Their oldest daughter was born in Lymm shortly before their marriage, and registered under Margaret's maiden name of Aspery, but she subsequently used the surname Cooper. The couple had a further six daughters, all born in Stretton near Warrington:
Anne Aspery (Cooper)
Alice Louisa Cooper
Sarah Ann Cooper
m. Stephen Pace, 1890
m. John Edwards, 1887
m. Thomas Dooley, 1896
m. Thomas Harmer, 1914
William died in Stretton in 1899.
Peter Aspery, son of Thomas Astbury and Anne Hinton, was christened at Lymm on 7 January 1849. Both his christening and his civil birth registration were in the name of Astbury, but he used the spelling Aspery at his marriage, and registered his children with this form of the surname. Peter married Sarah Jane Teer in Manchester Cathedral on 24 October 1870, and although he worked as a fustian cutter in Lymm as a young man, soon after their marriage they moved to Salford, where Peter became a collier.
Sarah had at least two illegitimate children before her marriage, and on the 1911 census she stated that she had given birth to twelve living children, five of whom were still alive. The known children are:
William Swan Teer
Henrietta Ann Teer
Jane Ann Aspery
Sarah Jane Aspery
m. Clara Deakin, 1889
m. Charlotte Jane McVee, 1895
m. William Amery, 1902
m. Joseph William Hampson, 1906
Peter died in Salford in 1928.
Sarah Asprey (or Astbury), daughter of Thomas Astbury and Anne Hinton, was christened at Lymm on 1 July 1855, and married James Chadwick in St Mark's Church, Hulme in 1876. James, a labourer, was born in Oldfield and christened in Bowdon on 23 August 1846, the son of George Chadwick and his wife Martha.
The couple lived in Warrington, and had six children, two of whom died in infancy:
John William Chadwick
Martha Alice Chadwick
Elizabeth Ann Chadwick
Sarah Ellen Chadwick
m. George William Morton, 1902
m. Benjamin Fisher, 1899
m. Hannah Heesom, 1906
James died in Warrington in late 1886, shortly before the birth of their last child, and Sarah then married John Hussey in 1888. John was born in Glasgow in about 1847, and worked as a wire drawer in Warrington.
Sarah and John had eight children, but only one survived past infancy:
John Thomas Hussey
Ann Jane Hussey
William Gladstone Hussey
m. Fred Guest, 1921
John died in Warrington in 1918, and Sarah in 1929.
Richard Hinton, son of John Hinton and Sarah Sorton, was christened in Lymm on 3 April 1870, and married Ellen Heesom at Christ Church, Padgate in 1889. Ellen was born in Hatton, Cheshire in 1864, and was the daughter of James Heesom and his wife Sarah Mousdale. On the 1891 census, Ellen and the two youngest children are recorded with her parents in Warrington, and their surname is wrongly given as Heesom, but Richard is not with them. In 1901, the family is together again, and Richard's occupation is given as cable maker.
Richard and Ellen had seven children:
Ellen died in Warrington in 1946, and Richard in 1951.
Francis Hinton, son of John Hinton and Sarah Sorton, was born in Lymm in 1875, and married Annie Jane Deakin in Warrington in 1908. Francis was a boilerman in the salt works at Lymm, and they had four children:
Marjorie Elaine Hinton
Edith Annie Hinton
Philip John Hinton
Mildred Margaret Hinton
m. Arthur Norman Handley, 1937
m. Thomas S Neville, 1933
m. James Ronald Sykes, 1937
Francis died in Lymm in 1960, and Annie in 1961.
Edith Mary Hinton, daughter of John Hinton and Sarah Sorton, was born in Lymm in 1881, and married Charles Philip Clarke there in 1907. Charles was born in High Legh, Cheshire in 1886, and was the son of Philip Clarke and his wife Mary Elizabeth Chorlton. Charles and Edith had three sons, all born in Lymm:
Charles Ernest A Clarke
Richard Percy Clarke
Harold A Clarke
m. Phyllis I Moore, 1935
Charles died in Lymm in 1923 at the age of 37.
Margaret Hinton, daughter of John Hinton and Sarah Sorton, was born in Lymm in 1885, and married George Warham Davies at St Peter's Church, Oughtrington on 26 December 1906. George was born in Lymm in 1881, and was the son of William Davies and his wife Maria Warham Bancroft. At different times, George was a carter, coal dealer and greengrocer. He and Margaret had ten children:
Maria Warham Davies
Fred H Davies
m. Herbert De Paul Newton, 1929
m. Edith Robinson, 1937
m. Joyce Eaton, 1942
George died in 1944, and Margaret in 1962.
Their son Oswald spent his working life in the construction industry, rising from a 15 year-old navvy to become chairman of construction giants AMEC from 1982 to 1984. During World War II, he served in the Royal Engineers in a bomb disposal squad. He was awarded a CBE in 1973, and was knighted in 1984.
Thomas Hinton, son of Samuel Hinton and Martha Starkey, was born in Manchester in 1858, and married Alice Jane Jones at St Paul's Church, Warrington in 1895. Alice was born in Ellesmere, Shropshire in 1870, and was the daughter of Thomas and Harriet Jones. Thomas and Alice had two children:
m. Elizabeth Rankins, 1925
Thomas spent his working life as a plumber and painter, and died in Warrington in 1938. Alice died in 1915.
William Hinton, son of Samuel Hinton and Martha Starkey, was born in Lymm in 1860, and married Mary Bouldin at St Mary's Church, Great Budworth in 1890. Mary was born in Warrington in 1870, and was the daughter of Edward Bouldin and his wife Lucy Hart. William and Mary had six children:
m. Emma Ridgway, 1918
m. Samuel Holding, 1916
m. Robert E W Rowlands, 1924
m. Arthur Davies, 1922
m. Walter Evans, 1930
In the early 1900s, the family moved from Cheshire to Colwyn Bay, where their youngest daughter Joyce was born, and William died there in 1982.
Samuel Hinton, son of Samuel Hinton and Martha Starkey, was born in Lymm in 1866, and married Mary Brogden in St Mary's Church, Davyhulme in 1893. He was a nursery gardener, and the couple had three children, born in Urmston and Davyhulme:
Samuel died in Salford in 1952.
John Hinton, son of Samuel Hinton and Martha Starkey, was born in Lymm in 1868, and married Jessie Edwards at Christ Church, Latchford in 1891. They had eight children, and all except the youngest were christened at St Michael's Church, Garston:
Lillian Isabel Hinton
John Leonard Hinton
Albert Edwards Hinton
Beatrice Elizabeth Hinton
Florence Mabel Hinton
Herbert Eric Leslie Hinton
m. Margaret Lindon, 1929
m. Ernest James, 1927
m. Henry A Shaw, 1937
m. Ethel D Mewse, 1939
Henry Hinton, son of Samuel Hinton and Martha Starkey, was born in Lymm in 1870, and married Mary Alice Stringer at St Elphin's Church, Warrington in 1891. Mary was born in Warrington in 1870, and was the daughter of James and Alice Stringer. Henry and Mary had seven children, all born in Warrington:
Martha Alice Hinton
m. James Hart, 1912
m. Lavinia Jackson, 1921
m. Elizabeth Pemberton, 1929
m. May Philips, 1932
Their oldest son Harry Hinton served in the Royal Welsh Fusiliers in WW1, and was killed in action in Flanders in August 1917.
Bertram Hinton, oldest son of William Hinton and Mary Ditchfield, was born in Lymm in 1873, and christened there on 6 June 1875, together with his younger sister Harriet Hannah. As a young man, he worked as a farm labourer in Lymm, but after his marriage he moved to Salford and became a corporation carter. He married Minnie Shone at St Simon's Church, Salford in 1895, and the couple had four children:
m. Annis Flinn, 1930
m. Lily Phillips, 1941
m. John Hampson, 1936
Bertram died in Salford in 1936, and Minnie in 1955.
Harriet Hannah Hinton, second child and oldest daughter of William Hinton and Mary Ditchfield, was born in Lymm in 1874, and christened there on 6 June 1875 (under the name "Harriett Anna") at the same time as her older brother Bertram. She married George Shaw, a widower from Carlisle, in Oldham in 1905, and had four children:
Hilda Louisa Shaw
m. May Hutchinson, 1928
George and Harriet both died in Oldham in 1931.
Alice Hinton, daughter of William Hinton and Mary Ditchfield, was christened in Lymm on 2 December 1877, and was only a year old when her father died. She was brought up by her mother and stepfather in Lymm, and married William Lowndes at St Peter's Church, Oughtrington on 13 May 1905. Before her marriage, Alice had an illegitimate son, born in Blundellsands, and three more children were born in Lymm from her marriage to William:
Vincent Harvey Hinton
m. Ruth Rowles, 1920
m. William H Thomason, 1932
William died in Lymm in 1952, and Alice in 1956.
Isaac Knight, first child of Mary Ditchfield and her second husband Joseph Knight, was born in Lymm in 1884, and worked as a bricklayer. He married Annie Cottrill at Thomas Street Baptist Church, Stockport in 1907, and the couple lived in Stockport where their two sons were born:
Isaac died in Stockport in 1916 at the early age of 32.
Thomas Eaton, oldest son of Thomas Eaton and Hannah Maria Hinton, was christened at St Peter's Church, Oughtrington on 27 February 1876. He worked as a groom as a young man, and married Florence Rice in Basford in 1897. The couple returned to Manchester where their two children were born, and Thomas is recorded as a police constable on the 1901 census.
Thomas George Eaton
Doris Ethel Eaton
m. Daisy Cooper, 1927
By 1911, Thomas was the a relieving officer, responsible for distributing parish relief to the local poor and unemployed. He probably died in Manchester in 1932, and Florence in 1959.
Harriet Eaton, daughter of Thomas Eaton and Hannah Maria Hinton, was christened at St Peter's Church, Oughtrington on 30 December 1877, and married James Pearson in the same church on 1 September 1897. James, a clerk, was born in Altrincham and christened in Dunham Massey on 19 January 1873, the son of James Pearson and his wife Ellen.
Harriet and James had one child:
Thomas Gerald Pearson
m. Hilda Jolley, 1924
Thomas, an engineer's apprentice, enlisted in the Royal Flying Corps on 25 July 1916, but was discharged on 23 April 1917, shortly after his mobilisation, as "no longer physically fit for War Service".
Charles Eaton, son of Thomas Eaton and Hannah Maria Hinton, was christened at St Peter's Church, Oughtrington on 25 January 1885, and worked as a groom. He married Agnes Campbell from Glasgow in Northwich in 1911, and had two children:
Mary Eaton, daughter of Thomas Eaton and Hannah Maria Hinton, was born in Lymm in 1886, and married Albert Edward Tooke, a butler from Middlesbrough, in St Mary's Church, Lymm on 6 February 1908. After their marriage, they moved firstly to Windsor, and then to Campden in Gloucestershire where Albert ran a laundry. They had three children:
Hilda Mary Tooke
William Albert Tooke
m. John H Waters, 1939
Mary died in Manchester in 1960.
Thomas Hinton, illegitimate son of Ellen Hinton, was born in Lymm in 1853, and christened there on 2 April 1854. He worked at various labouring jobs, and married Elizabeth Hurst at St Margaret's Church, Burnage in 1877. Elizabeth was born in Burnage in 1854, and was the daughter of John Hurst and his wife Ann. The couple lived in and around Manchester, and had eight children:
m. Leonard Ryley, 1902
m. Arthur Mitchell, 1912
m. Richard Joseph Turner, 1909
m. Joseph Cowburn, 1913
m. Fred Longbottom, 1913
m. George Jackson, 1915
John Hinton enlisted in the Royal Regiment of Artillery in 1900, and served in South Africa and India before being discharged on 3 January 1912.
Thomas died in Manchester in 1901.
Henrietta Hinton, illegitimate daughter of Priscilla Hinton, was born in Manchester in 1862, and christened in Manchester Cathedral on 25 January 1863. As a young woman, she worked as a fustian cutter, before marrying David Green at All Saints' Church, Gorton in 1884. David, an engine fitter, was born in Bury in 1863, and was the son of William Green and his wife Mary. The couple had four children:
Mary Alice Green
Robert Stanley Green
Isis Edith Green
Margaret Priscilla Green
m. Harry Montagu Butler, 1916
By 1911, David had become a shopkeeper, running a confectioner's shop in Gorton with the assistance of his wife and oldest daughter.
Henrietta died in Manchester in 1944.
Amelia Catherine Hinton, illegitimate daughter of Priscilla Hinton, was born in Manchester in 1864, and christened in Manchester Cathedral on 19 September 1865. She was brought up by her mother and stepfather, Isaac Knight, and married Isaac's nephew Samuel Knight in Altrincham in 1889. Samuel, a labourer, was born in Patricroft in 1861, and was the son of Samuel Knight and his wife Mary Tomkinson.
The couple lived in Widnes, and had five children:
m. Elizabeth Davenport, 1927
m. Lily Heesom, 1939
Isaac Knight enlisted in the King's Royal Rifle Corps in 1915, but was seriously wounded on 10 June 1916, losing his left foot and part of his right foot in a shell blast. He was officially discharged from the Army on account of his wounds on 25 May 1917.
Cyril Knight served in the 2nd Battalion, King's Royal Rifle Corps during WW1, and was killed in action on the Somme on 20 August 1916.
Harry Knight served in the Coldstream Guards from 1915-1919, and permanently damaged a knee in an accident while on active service.
Amelia died in Widnes in 1914, and Samuel in 1930.
Isabella Knight, oldest daughter of Isaac Knight and Priscilla Hinton, was christened in Lymm on 7 August 1870, and worked as a domestic servant in Manchester before her marriage. She married Samuel Moss, a tool smith, in Altrincham in 1892, and the couple spent their married life in Lymm. Samuel was born in Millington in 1868, and was the son of John Moss and his wife Sarah.
Samuel and Isabella had four children:
Fred Moss enlisted in the Cheshire Regiment on 7 September 1914, and was sent to France a year later. On 21 May 1916, he was wounded in the leg by a hand grenade at Vimy Ridge, and taken prisoner, spending over two years as a POW at Stendal in Germany before finally being repatriated on 26 December 1918.
Percy Moss served in the Manchester Regiment and later in the 11th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment during WW1. He was killed in action in the Ypres Salient on 28 September 1918, less than two months before the Armistice. He is remembered on the Tyne Cot Memorial, one of four memorials to the missing in Belgian Flanders, which bears the names of almost 35,000 officers and men whose graves are not known.
Samuel died in Lymm in 1935, and Isabella in 1966 at the advanced age of 96.
Mary Eda Knight, daughter of Isaac Knight and Priscilla Hinton, was born in Lymm in 1872, and was christened there on 1 June 1873. She worked as a domestic servant as a young woman, before marrying Frederick Holt at St Mary's Church, Lymm in 1897. The couple then lived in Lymm for a few years before moving to Irlam. Frederick, a baker, was born in Over Tabley in 1874, and was the youngest son of John Holt from Buckinghamshire, and his wife Mary Frost.
Frederick and Mary had three children, the oldest of whom was born shortly before their marriage:
Letitia Knight (Holt)
m. James Arstall, 1918
Mary died in Lymm in 1934.
Ada Knight, daughter of Isaac Knight and Priscilla Hinton, was christened in Lymm on 6 June 1875, and married John Frederick Hewitt in Altrincham in 1898. John was a waggoner on a farm, born in Lymm in about 1876.
The couple had four children, born in Warrington and Stockton Heath:
John James Hewitt
m. Hilda Bradford, 1927
m. Richard McCue, 1929
Ada died in Knutsford in 1934.
Amy Knight, daughter of Isaac Knight and Priscilla Hinton, was christened in Lymm on 2 September 1877, and married Joseph Lloyd Johnson at St Peter's Church, Warrington in 1897. Joseph was a foreman platelayer on the railway, and the couple had five known children, all born in Newton-le-Willows:
Anne Cooper, oldest daughter of William Cooper and Margaret Aspery, was born in Lymm on 22 February 1866. She was "in service" as a young girl, before marrying Stephen Pace in St Matthew's Church, Stretton in 1890. Stephen was born in Over in 1861, the son of Enoch Pace and his first wife Esther Worrall, and was a wheelwright by trade. Anne and Stephen had two children:
Reginald Pace was a signaller in the Royal Field Artillery during WW1, and was killed in Palestine on 5 November 1918 - less than a week before the Armistice. He is buried in Ramleh War Cemetery.
Stephen died in Crewe in 1947, and Anne in 1954.
Mary Cooper, daughter of William Cooper and Margaret Aspery, was born in Stretton in 1867, and married John Edwards at St Elphin's Church, Warrington in 1887. John was born in Norton, Cheshire in abour 1866, and worked in various labouring jobs. He and Mary had three children, all born in Norton:
John William Edwards
Mary died in Norton in 1893, aged just 25, and John remarried the following year to Agnes Valentine, with whom he had seven more children, although only four survived infancy.
Amy Cooper, daughter of William Cooper and Margaret Aspery, was born in Stretton on 26 July 1874, and married Thomas Dooley there on 6 April 1896. Thomas was born in Hatton and christened in Daresbury on 15 May 1870, the illegitimate son of James Haydon and Elizabeth Dooley. Amy and Thomas had six children, all born in Stretton:
Margaret Elizabeth Dooley
William Edward Dooley
m. Harry Meakin, 1921
m. Priscilla Winifred Turner, 1928
m. John A Green, 1933
Thomas died in Stretton in 1913, and Amy in 1923.
Peter Aspery, oldest son of Peter Aspery and Sarah Jane Teer, was born in Lymm in 1871, before his family moved to Lancashire. He worked in the Salford rubber industry, and married Charlotte Jane McVee at St George's Church, Salford in 1895. The couple spent all their lives in Salford, and had six sons:
William Arthur Aspery
Albert Ernest Aspery
m. Fanny Bowen, 1923
m. Frances Whittingham, 1920
m. Elsie Elizabeth Streater, 1923
m. Elizabeth Gregory, 1931
m. Gladys Hague, 1935
Charlotte died in Salford in 1954, and Peter in 1957.
Jane Ann Aspery, daughter of Peter Aspery and Sarah Jane Teer, was born in Newton Heath in 1874, and married William Amery at St Saviour's Church, Oxton on 25 March 1902. William, a fish and game dealer, was born in Birkenhead in 1879, and the couple spent all their married life there. They had four children:
Robert Henry Amery
m. Hywel Glyn Jones, 1930
m. Doris Margaret Harris, 1931
William died in Birkenhead in 1949, and Jane Ann in 1963.
Sarah Jane Aspery, daughter of Peter Aspery and Sarah Jane Teer, was born in Whiston in 1880, and married Joseph William Hampson in Higher Broughton Chapel, Salford in 1906. Joseph was born in Radcliffe in 1881, and worked as an assistant in a tailor's shop. He and Sarah had three children:
Joseph William Hampson
Ivy M Hampson
m. Edward L Jones, 1940
Joseph died in Heywood in 1845, and Sarah in 1965.
Elizabeth Ann Chadwick, daughter of James Chadwick and Sarah Asprey, was born in Warrington on 25 March 1879, and married George William Morton, a farm bailiff, in St Peter's Church, Oughtrington on 27 August 1902. George was born in Dunham Massey and christened in Bowdon on 6 September 1876, the son of George Morton and his wife Sarah Greaves. Elizabeth and George had five children:
m. John W Jones, 1924
m. George Evans, 1935
George died in Heatley in 1934, and Elizabeth in 1959.
Sarah Ellen Chadwick, daughter of James Chadwick and Sarah Asprey, was born in Warrington on 27 October 1881, and married Benjamin Fisher there in St Peter's Church in 1899. Benjamin was christened in Warrington on 2 January 1881, son on Samuel Fisher and his wife Fanny, and was an ironworks labourer. The couple had eight children, all born in Warrington:
m. James Higginson, 1925
m. Tom Leather, 1933
Sarah died in Warrington in 1958.
James Chadwick, son of James Chadwick and Sarah Asprey, was born in Warrington on Christmas Day 1883, and worked as a wire drawer. He married Hannah Heesom, daughter of Edward Heesom and his wife Mary Ellen Welsby in St Peter's Church, Warrington in 1906. Hannah was born in Warrington in 1884. James and Hannah had nine children, four of whom died in infancy:
Mary Ellen Chadwick
m. Alfred Keating, 1934
m. Cyril Carter, 1934
m. Ellen Chester, 1939
James and Hannah both died in Warrington in 1952.
Martha Hussey, the only child of John Hussey and Sarah Asprey to survive past infancy, was born in Warrington on 13 February 1898, and married Fred Guest at St Luke's Chapel of Ease, Holy Trinity, Warrington on 1 August 1921. She and Fred had a son who died as a baby:
Sadly, the marriage lasted barely a year, as Fred died in Warrington in 1922 aged just 25.
Martha then married John Houlston at St Luke's Chapel of Ease, Holy Trinity, Warrington on 27 October 1923. John was born in 1895 in Wrockwardine Wood, Shropshire, and was the son of Enoch Houlston and his wife Eliza Rogers. Martha and John had two children:
John died in Warrington in 1930, aged 35, and Martha outlived him by over fifty years, dying in Warrington in 1984 at the age of 86.
Harry Hinton, oldest son of Richard Hinton and Ellen Heesom, was born in Warrington in 1889, and was listed on the 1911 census as a wood chopper. He married Sarah A Edge in Warrington in 1925, and had three children:
Alan Moulsdale Hinton
Harry died in Warrington in 1948.
Sarah May Hinton, daughter of Richard Hinton and Ellen Heesom, was born in Latchford in 1895, and married James Cooke in Warrington in 1915. They had one son:
Reginald James Cooke
Gladys Vera Hinton, daughter of Richard Hinton and Ellen Heesom, was born in Latchford in 1900, and married James Waterworth in Warrington in 1920. They had three children, but only the youngest survived to adulthood:
Marion Vera Waterworth
James M R Waterworth
Gladys died in Warrington in 1968.
Elsie Margaret Hinton, daughter of Richard Hinton and Ellen Heesom, was born in Latchford on 22 February 1903, and married Robert Young in Warrington in 1930. They had one child:
Elsie then married Haydn Boothroyd in Warrington in 1944. Haydn was born in Southport in 1903, and was the son of Tom Boothroyd, a theatre musical director, and his wife Evelyn Mary Hughes. Elsie and Haydn had one child:
Elsie died in Warrington in 1975, and Haydn in 1983.
Roy Reginald Redvers Hinton, youngest son of Richard Hinton and Ellen Heesom, was born in Latchford in 1907, and married Ellen Baldwin in Warrington in 1927. Ellen was born in Warrington on 31 December 1907, and was the daughter of Lawrence Thomas Baldwin, a hawker, and his wife Harriet Malin. Roy and Ellen had four children:
Reginald Lawrence Hinton
Roy died in Warrington in 1934, and Ellen in 1975.
Ann Hinton, daughter of Thomas Hinton and Elizabeth Hurst, was born in Withington in 1881, and worked as a laundress before her marriage to Leonard Ryley in 1902. Leonard, a rope maker, was born in Moss Side in 1877, and was the son of John Buchanan Ryley and his wife Lucy Kitchen. Ann and Leonard had two sons:
Harold Hinton Ryley
m. Winifred Clare Mulryan, 1930
Leonard died in Manchester in 1942, and Ann in 1956.
Sophia Hinton, daughter of Thomas Hinton and Elizabeth Hurst, was born in Heaton Mersey on 27 October 1887, and married Joseph Cowburn in Manchester in 1913. The couple had three children:
m. Ernest Iles, 1939
Sophia died in Manchester in 1973.
Sarah Hinton, daughter of Thomas Hinton and Elizabeth Hurst, was born in Miles Platting in 1892, and married Fred Longbottom in Manchester in 1913. They had two children:
Freda May Longbottom
m. John Joseph Greatbanks, 1946
Sarah died in Manchester in 1966.
Letitia Holt, oldest child of Frederick Holt and Mary Eda Knight, was born in Lymm on 1 January 1897, and married James Arstall in Barton upon Irwell in 1918. They had two children:
Albert Edward Arstall
m. Matthew Kevin, 1947
Letitia died in Salford in 1984.