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1841 census Source HO107; Piece 1300; Book: 2; Folio: 25; Page: 2; Place Halifax; Yorkshire; Enumeration District: 5; Dwelling Shaq born yorkshire William Haigh 40 Merchant Y Elizabeth Charlotte Haigh 35 N William Haigh 13 N George henry Haigh 12 N Benjamin Robinson 35 male serv
1851 census Source HO107; Piece: 2298; Folio: 552; Page: 34; place Halifax district 1x Place The Shag shed 134 William Haigh head M 51 Magistrate and Landed proprietor Halifax york Elizabeth charlotte Haigh wife M 45 Grainsby lincs Master Basau visitor 13 Scholar Graisby lincs John Barker ser U 20 House serv butler Grainsby lincs
17th May 1853
May 12, William Haigh Esq., of the Shay, Halifax,
and of Grainsby hall, Lincolnshire, one of H.M justices of
the peace for the West Riding of the county of York.
|The Morning Chronicle, 18th May 1858|
On the 13th instant., at Half Moon Street, Piccadilly, Elizabeth Charlotte,
relict of the late William Haigh, Esq., of Grainsby Hall, Lincolnshire
PROBATE 8 may 1872 Admibistration of the effects of Elizabeth charlotte Haigh late of Grainsby near great Grimsby in thev county of Lindon Widow who died 13 may 1858 at Half Moon Street Picadilly in the county of Middlesex was granted at Lincoln to George henry Haigh of Grainsby Hall near Great Grimdby Esquire the son and only next of Kin.
Gainsby Hall was originall bought by Miss Borrell circa 1804/5
from the ?family
following her death circa 1829 it was bought by the Haigh family.
|London Gazette, 1st March 1912|
At the court of Buckingham Palace, the 29th day of February 1912
Sherriffs appointed by his Majesty in council for the year 1912;
George henry caton Haigh of Grainsby, Grimsby, esq.
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