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Although John Chatterton was christened at
Tivot Dale Wesleyan church, Heaton Norris
his birth is given as Mottram, less than a mile from hamlet of NewYork, Charlesworth
Given all his siblings were Christened at St Mary, Charlesworth and listed as born New York it would seem unlikely they had moved, rather the register just had just named the nearest Town; New York being almost half way between Mottram and Charlesworth.

The 9th nov 1806 was a Thurday suggesting that his father Edward was more than a labourer and able to to take time off to travel and had transport to make the long journey.
Confirmation of John's birthplace comes from the following;


"A REGISTER FOR THE PEOPLE CALLED METHODISTS,
STOCKPORT IN THE COUNTY OF CHESTER"
        John Chatterton Baptism record


John probably Married Jane Wharmby on 17 augusr 1826 at Manchester catherderal


1841 census
Source                  HO107 piece 
place                   Cheetham Crumpsall
Dwelling                 waterloo place 

                                       born lancashire
John Chatterton   30   Baker?           N
Jane              30                    N
Sarah              8                    Y
Edward             6                    Y
James              4                    Y

Stamford Street Wesleyan Chapel, Ashton under Lyne.
Sarah Chatterton,
daughter of John Chatterton, cotton weaver, & Jane,
of the parish of Gorton
was born 7th October 1832 and Baptised 13th October 1832
Although the names and date match Johns occupation dosnt fit later census


1851 census
Source
Place                Cheetham, Manchester, 
Dwelling             Jackson Street

Jno.  Chatterton head     43   Provision Dealer and beer seller       Mottram 
Jane  Chatterton wife     43                                          New Mills
Sarah Chatterton  dau     18   Home                                   Gorton
E W   Chatterton son      16   Scholar                                Gorton 
                                                

Sarah Chatterton m.sepqt1853 Manchester reg office to John T Dodd
John Thomas Dodd died junqt1858 Ashton 8d 338

possible deaths of Jane Chatterton
marqt 1857 Oldham 8d 374
marqt 1861 Manchester 8d 233


1861 census
place                Cheetham, parish of Crumpsal,Manchester, Lancashire
Dwelling             31 Waterloo Street   

John Chatterton head widow 53     Baker and provision dealer           Mottram
Sarah Dodd      dau  Widow 28     House keeper                         Gorton 

John Chatterton re married to
Hannah Lavine on 27 May 1865 is more certain.
He was a widower aged 58 and was a provision dealer living in Crumpsall.
He named his father as Edward, occupation spinner.

Hannah Lavine was 42 and a spinster. She was living in Blackley
and her father was Charles, a smith.

One of the witnesses was Sarah Lavine (Hannah's younger Sister?) which is about the only thing that points back to the Hannah Lavin found living in Dukinfield in the 1861 census



1871 Census
Source                 RG10 3651 145
Place                  Hyde
Dwelling               53 Great Norbury Street

John       Chatterton  head  m  63    Retired Grocer             Mottram in Longdendale 
Hannah     Chatteron   Wife, m  50,                              Stockport
Sarah Jane Chatterton  Dau,     21    Felt Hat Trimmer           Hyde
Elizabeth Fletcher, Boarder     25                               Hyde
Sarah jane born circa 1850 is the illigit daughter of Hannah

Hannah Chatterton death?
junqt1874 aged 51 Ormskirk 8b 503
junqt1880 aged 61 Ashton 8d 381

John CHATTERTON re-married marqt 1878 Ormskirk 8b 993 to Sarah Ann Clough?


1881 census
Source                      
Place                    North Meols , Ormskirk,   Lancashire
Dwelling                 93 sussex rd 

John Chatterton       74     retired cotton Spinner       Mottram, Cheshire
Sarah A Chatterton    50                                  Blackley, Lancs
Sarah E Darkly        30     servant
Sarah Armson          43
Mary  Armson          40     border                       Doncaster

possible death of John junqt 1896 84 Aston 6d 163


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