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Mark wilson b.1868 sarah Elizaeth died junqt1936 Bradford aged 70 Mark wilson died marqt1921 bradford aged 52

1871 census
source             RG10; Piece: 4449; Folio: 68/69; Page: 4/5; 
place              Bowling , West Yorkshire
Dwelling          schedule 33, 2 Birch Lane  

Thomas     Wilson  head 42  Engineer at Dye Works              Sheffield
Maria      Wilson  wife 41  House Keeper                       Bradford
George     Wilson  son  20  Over loooker at Worsted Mill       Bowling
Sarah      Wilson  dau  18     Weaver  at Worsted Mill         Bowling
Marmaduke  Wilson  son  16     Weftman  at Worsted Mill        Gt. Horton
Mary       Wilson  dau  13     Spinner at Factory              Gt.Horton
Martha     Wilson  dau  11     Spiner & Scholar            Bowling
Annie      Wilson  dau   6     Scholar                         Bowling
Clara      Wilson  dau   4     Scholar                         Bowling 
Mark       Wilson  son   2                                     Bowling 
marqt1969 Bradford

1881 Census
Source:          RG11  Piece 4440  Folio 106  Page 22
Dwelling:        3 Birch Lane
Place:           Bowling, York, England

	          Rel   Mar  Age  Occ                     Birthplace
Mariah   WILSON   head  W     51 		           Bradford, York, 
Sarah    WILSON   dau   U     28 	Worsted Weaver     Bradford, York
Mary     WILSON   dau   U     23 	Worsted Weaver	   Bradford, York
Martha   WILSON   dau   U     21 	Worsted Weaver     Bradford, York
Annie    WILSON   dau         16  Spinner	           Bradford, York
Clara    WILSON   dau         14  Spinner                  Bradford, York
Mark     WILSON   son         12  Scholar                  Bradford, York
Harrison WILSON   son          9  Scholar                  Bradford, York


GRO Marriage certificate Sep Qrt 1892 vol. p.

Marriage solemnised at   Christ Church   in the parish of   Braford   in the County of   York
Date
No.
Name Age Condition Rank or
Profession
Residence Fathers
name
Fathers
Rank
27th July
1892

169
Mark
Wilson
23 Bachelor Overlooker 3 Birch Lane Tom
Wilson (deceased)
Engine Tender
Sarah
Elizabeth
Pearson
26 Spinster _____ Westgate Timothy
Pearson
Fruit Merchant
Marriage in Christ Church, Bradford according to the rites and ceremonies
of the Established Church after Banns by me H O Uppletin, Vicar
This marriage was
solemnised between us
Mark Wilson
Sarah Elizabeth Pearson
In the
Presence of
Martha Ann Pearson
Clara Wilson

GRO Birth certificate  Qrt 1898  vol.   p.
REGISTRATION DISTRICT BRADFORD
1898 Birth in Sub-district of Bowling in the county of BradfordNo.8
When and
where born
Name Sex Name of
father
Occupation
of Father
Name of
Mother
Informant When
Registered
Name
After Regst.
Twenty first
April
1898
26 Loughugg
Street
Morris Boy Mark
Wilson
Worsted
Weaver
Overlooker
Sarah Elizabeth
Wilson
formerly
Pearson
Mark Wilson
Father
26 Loughugg
Street
21st May
1898
Maurice
Wilson sheet2

Mark later descibed in Maurice's Biography as
"Director" of Holme Top Mill, Little Horton
However this should read Manager




PROBATE, London 12 oct 1921
WILSON, Mark of 18 Cecil Avenue, Bradford died 3rd March 1921.
Probate London 12th October to Sarah Elizabeth Wilson, Widow,
Effects 17,490 7s.
(in 1935 Fred was living at 74 Horton Grange Bradford
Maurice Wilson
b. 21 Apr 1898  in Bradford  one of 4 sons
d. 31 May 1934  North Cole EVEREST
                body found 9 july 1934 by
                Eric Shipton party at 21,000 ft

Educated Carlton Rd secondary School
No school records from this time survive 

Enlisted west yorks regiment 22 apr 1916   having just had his 18th birthday 
and was commissioned a year later.
The London Gazette, 13th september 1918
2nd Lt. Maurice Wilson, W. York. R.
For conspicuous gallentry and devotion to duty. He held a post in advance of the line under very heavy shell and machine-gun fire on both flanks after the machine guns covering his flanks had been withdrawn. It was largely owing to his pluck and determination in holding this post that the enermy attach was held up.
Won the Military Cross during the 3rd battle of Ypres, and later was seriously wounded in the chest and in the left arm by machine gun fire, following which he was invaleaded back to UK Demobilized in 1919. Maurice was unable to settle down in the family buisiness and following a period of recooperation set sail for America Ellis Island Arrived on the ship Imperator 11 jul 1920 from Southampton Maurice Wilson aged 22
Married  in St.John's Church, Gt Horton UK 20 July 1922 
GRO 1922 Sepqt Bradford 9b 373

Beatrice Hardy Slater age 22
witness 
Stanley Wilson
Kathlen hardy Slater
divorced finalised 1926 New Zealand?

1901 census
Headingly with Burley

Ronald      Slater 34   Sanitery Engineer
Florence    Slater 33 ( married 1892)
Ronald hardy Slater 7  
Beatrice Hardy Slater 0 
(Kathleen hardy Slater b.1903)

1911 census
source                  RG14; Piece: 23826, district 464, ed 125
place                  Chorlton south Manchester
dwelling            schedule  , 320 Stockport Rd.

Ronald          Slater  head  44  Gents Hosier (shop keeper)   Headinley Leeds
Florence        Slater  wife  43                               Headinley Leeds
Beatrice Hardy  Slater  dau   10                               Headinley Leeds 
Kathleen Hardy  Slater  dau    7                               Headinley Leeds
Hannah Mana     Gone   serv   34                               Bream Glouc.

sheet 3
1926 Marriage in the District of   WELLINGTON  
No. When
and
Where
Names and Surnames of Parties Age Rank of Profession Condition Birthplace Residence Father's name Mother's Name
141 20th February
1926

Presbyterian
Manse
35, Pirie St.
Wellington
Maurice
Wilson
28 Salesman Divorced
decree absolute
16th February
1926
Bradford
England
Wellington Mark
Wilson

Manufacturer
1.Sarah
Elizabeth
Wilson

2. Pearson
Ruby
Russell
31 ---- spinster Hobart
Tasmania
Wellington William
Russell
1.Ray Russell
2. ----
MARRIED after the delivery to me of the certificates required by the marriage act, 1906
by James Baird Officiating Minister.
This marriage was
solemnised between us
Maurice Wilson
Ruby Russell
In the Presence of
C F Johnston Companay manager, Cuba St, Wellington
A. Carter, Scale expert, 53 Haitaitan Road
I certify that the above is a true copy of the entry in the Register-book
of Marriages kept by me at 35 Pirie St. Wellington

Ruby Russell, born 03 Jan 1893 in Hobart. Parents William & Rachel (Clark) Russell [RGD33/1/19, No 152/1893]. Jennie's Genealogy
William CLARKE was born about 1816 in England. 
He died on 20 Sep 1890 in Royal Hobart Hospital, Tasmania, Australia.
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m.04 Jul 1853 in Residence of Minister, Murray St, Hobart, TAS, Australia. 
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Emily 
Perry
b.~1834 UK
d.13 Dec 1892 in Kingston, Tasmania, Australia.
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Emily Jane CLARKE          b.03Sep1854.    died 19Jan1929.
Elizabeth Beatrice CLARKE  b.29Mar1857.
Fanny    CLARKE            b.23Nov1858 in Cygnet, Tasmania
Ellen Louise CLARKE        b.13Aug1860.     died on 08May1943.
Rachel  CLARKE             b.04Jun1862 in Cygnet, Tasmania  
Laura   CLARKE             b.15Jan1864 in Cygnet, Tasmania 
                        died 14May1877 in Hobart, Tasmania
Harriet CLARKE             b.13Oct1865 in Cygnet, Tasmania
Female  CLARKE             b.13Oct1865 in Cygnet, Tasmania
Ada     CLARKE             b.21May1868 in Cygnet, Tasmania, 
                        died 10Feb1897 in Royal Hobart Hospital, Tasmania,


William RUSSELL
b.28may1828 in Cork, Ireland. 
d.28feb1888 in Prince Alfred Hospital, Camperdown, New South Wales, Australia. 
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m.21jun1851  Wesleyan Church, Hobart, Tasmania
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Ann Jane 
BOYD, daughter of Robert BOYD, 
b.~1832
|          children born Hobart
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William                robert
|                      william
b.01feb1854            b.24may1861
d.?
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m?
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Rachael 
Clark
b.1862

This marriage dose not seem to have lasted as by 1928 Maurice was heading back to England it was during this journey he is reputed to have befriended a group of Indian yoga experts and shown great interest in their beliefs



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