Family Card - Person Sheet
Family Card - Person Sheet
NameSamuel WINWARD
Birth26 Jul 1852, Westhoughton
Death9 Jul 1903, Westhoughton Boiler Works
FatherJames WINWARD (1822-1881)
MotherMary TAYLOR (1821-1888)
Birth14 Jun 1851, Dobb Brow, Westhoughton
Death19 May 1920, Bolton Infirmary
FatherPeter MANGNALL (1822-1899)
MotherMary COOP (1823-1875)
Marriage24 Apr 1876, St. Bartholomew's, Westhoughton
ChildrenPeter (1877-1888)
 Mary Ellen (1877-1959)
 John Thomas (1882-)
 James (1884-)
 Samuel (1888-1900)
 Ernest (1891-1954)
Notes for Samuel WINWARD
Samuel Winward was born on 26th July 1852 at the White Horse, Westhoughton and was the son of James Winward (1822) and Mary Taylor. He was aged 8, was working as silk picker and was living in Chapel Lane, Westhoughton, in 1861. By 1871 he had become a coal miner and was still living at Chapel Lane. He was a collier when he married Emma Mangnall at St Bartholomew's, Westhoughton, on 24th April 1876. In 1881 he was aged 28, was working as a coal miner and was living at 37 Grundy Street, Westhoughton. In 1891 he was aged 39, was working as a coal miner and was living at 27 Grundy Street. In 1901 he was aged 48, a coal miner and living at 6 Leigh Common. He was killed on 9th July 1903 while working as a labourer in a boiler works. He was then living at 10 Leigh Common.

• 1. 1881 Census. 37 Grundy Street, Westhoughton. Head. Age 28. Born in Westhoughton. • 2. 1881 Census. Samuel Winward. Coal miner. • 3. Birth Registers. Winward, Samuel. Sep. 1852. 8c. 167. Bolton. • 4. Marriage Registers. Winward, Samuel. Jun. 1876. 8c. 475. Bolton. • 5. Paul Magnall's website. Trans. of 1891 Census. 27 Grundy Street. Son-in-law. Age 39. Coal miner. Born Westhoughton. • 6. Birth Certificate. Samuel Winward. Born 26th July 1852, White Horse [Westhoughton]. Father: James Winward, Silk Weaver, White House, Westhoughton. Mother: Mary Winward, formerly Taylor. Registered: 28th July 1852. • 7. 1901 Census. 6 Leigh Common, Westhoughton. Samuel Winward. Head. Married. Age 48. Male. Coal Miner Hewer. Born Westhoughton. • 8. Married April 24th 1876 at St Bartholomew's, Westhoughton. Groom: Samuel Winward, Age 23, Bachelor, Collier, Westhoughton. Father: James Winward: Beamer at Silk Mill. Bride: Emma Mangnall, Age 24, Spinster, Westhoughton. Father: Peter Mangnall, Labourer. Witnesses: Thomas Mangnall & Alice Martin. • 9. Death Registers. Winward, Samuel. Sep. 1903. 8c. 265. Bolton. Age 50. • 10. Death Certificate. Samuel Winward. Died 9th July 1903, Westhoughton Boiler Works. Age 50, Labourer at a boiler works of 10 Leigh Common, Westhoughton. Fracture of skull through accidentally struck on the head by a boiler shaft which he was engaged in lowering caused by the unforeseen giving way of tackle. Certificate received from S.F. Butcher, Coroner for Lancashire. Inquest held 11th July 1903. Registered 13th July 1902, Ralph Bates, Registrar. • 11. 1891 Census. 27 Grundy Street, Westhoughton. Samuel Winward. Son-in-law. Age 39. Born Westhoughton. Coal Miner. • 12. 1861 Census. Chapel Lane, Westhoughton. Samuel Winward. Son. Age 8. Picker Silk. Born Westhoughton. • 13. 1871 Census. Chapel Lane, Westhoughton. Samuel Winward. Son. Age 18. Coal Miner. Born Westhoughton.
Notes for Samuel WINWARD
Extract from the Bolton Journal & Guardian, 25th September 1903
Mr. Fielding appeared on behalf of a Mrs. Winward, 10 Leigh Common, Westhoughton, at the Bolton County Court, on Wednesday, concerning a compensation award. Her husband, Samuel Winward, was killed as the result of an accident with a boiler at the works of Messrs. J. Musgrave and Sons, Ltd., Kay-st. The insurance company had paid in £150 3s., and the applicant, who had two children, desired £50 down and the balance at the rate of £1 a month. The Judge granted the application.
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