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Family of Francis Mortimer BOOTH and Agnes BOOTH

Husband: Francis Mortimer BOOTH (1832- )
Wife: Agnes BOOTH (1826-1876)
Children: Mary BOOTH (1858- )
Helena BOOTH (1860- )
Francis Herbert BOOTH (1863-1936)

Husband: Francis Mortimer BOOTH

Name: Francis Mortimer BOOTH
Sex: Male
Father: Joseph BOOTH (1793- )
Mother: -
Birth 1832 Gildersome
Christening 16 Jun 1833 (age 0-1) Gildersome
Occupation 1881 (age 48-49) Woollen Shinner; Leeds
Residence 1881 (age 48-49) Leeds
Census 1881 (age 48-49) Headingley cum Burley
Dwelling: 4 Spring Grove Avenue
Census Place: Headingley Cum Burley, York, England
Source: FHL Film 1342092 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 4540 Folio 23 Page 39
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Francis BOOTH W 49 M Gildersome, York, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Woolen Shinner
Mary BOOTH U 23 F Gildersome, York, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Housemaid Dom
Helena BOOTH U 21 F Gildersome, York, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Power Loom Weaver Woolen
Francis H. BOOTH 18 M Gildersome, York, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Pupil Teacher

Wife: Agnes BOOTH

Name: Agnes BOOTH
Sex: Female
Father: Benjamin BOOTH (1783-1830)
Mother: Mary CROWTHER (1787-1851)
Birth 12 Mar 1826
Christening 3 Aug 1876 (age 50)
Death 3 Aug 1876 (age 50) Gildersome

Child 1: Mary BOOTH

Name: Mary BOOTH
Sex: Female
Birth 1858 Gildersome

Child 2: Helena BOOTH

Name: Helena BOOTH
Sex: Female
Birth 1860 Gildersome
Occupation 1881 (age 20-21) Power Loom Weaver - Woollen; Leeds

Child 3: Francis Herbert BOOTH

Name: Francis Herbert BOOTH
Sex: Male
Spouse: Eliza DUNCAN (1861- )
Birth 1863 Gildersome
Occupation 1881 (age 17-18) Pupil Teacher; Leeds
Death 6 Apr 1936 (age 72-73) Scarborough

Note on Marriage

The lineage of Norman Booth <norman@christine-booth.fsnet.co.uk> -

6 children to this family

Note on Husband: Francis Mortimer BOOTH

Francis Mortimer remarried on 5th March 1882 at Batley Parish Church to Elizabeth Edwards, a widow. They had 5 children Florence 1882, Edith 1884, Franklin 1887, Lucy 1890, and Clara 1893. Francis took his own life in the end by hanging himself. Appears that it was mainly through illnees and his inability to get about that caused him to do it.