WILLIAM KELLY
CARTWRIGHT MATERNAL FAMILY TREE
Edward Cartwright   .......................................................................................................    MARY Cartwright            
b.1791 according to 1841 census.Dead by 1851? Mary is listed as HEAD of family on 1851 census.
born Bilston about 1808 according to 1871 census - living at Bewsey Rd, Warrington with son Edward, grandson Edward and a servant. Not in 1881 census. On 1851 census Mary is widowed but living in Temple Street with two lodgers and a servant. b.1797 according to 1841 census.
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Mary
EDWARD
WILLIAM
b. 1821 according to 1841 census.
B. 1829 Bilston, Staffs. (1881 census). b. 1832 according 1851 census.Sheet form furnaceman in 1851. Born 1831 according to 1841 census.
B. 1828 Bilston, Staffs. (1881 census. Listed as Belstone, Staffs on 1861 census. No such place in Staffs). b. 1818 according to 1851 census. b.1826 according to 1841 census.
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William Cartwright   .......................................................................................................    Harriet ????????            
B. 1847 Bilston, Staffs according to 1901 census. b. 1827 Bilston according to 1881 census, and 1826 according to 1871 census.

There is a so-far unexplained contradiction in the 1871 census - we find a Harriet Cartwright of Bilston living in Wednesbury with sons Thomas, George, Joseph and Job (of the correct ages) and a dau in law Mary Ann Merriman, so this must be the correct Harriet, The oddity is that she gives her status as HEAD OF HOUSE and WIDOW - which can’t be correct as William is alive and living with her on the 1901 census.

According to 1861 census Harriet was born 1827.
B. 1845, Bilston, Staffs according to 1901 census. Ironworker puddler. The basic product of early iron making was 'pig iron'. Pig iron was brittle in quality due to impurities and the nature of its molecular structure and had to be converted into ' wrought iron ' by re-heating and beating with heavy hammers to impart the strength and tensile qualities required for more robust use. An improved method of achieving this was ' puddling ' - the iron was heated in a reverberatory furnace which was normally top heated, the heat source not being in direct contact with the metal thus reducing contamination. In charge of this furnace was the ' Puddler ', a highly skilled and dangerous occupation which required physical strength, stamina and sustained concentration.
According to 1861 census William was .born 1828
M. approx 1847 given eldest child was born 1848.
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Job
WILLIAM
Mary Ann
(Merriman)
George
Thomas S.
Joseph
EDWARD
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B. 1860 Wednesbury, Staffs according to 1881 census. Iron Worker
B. 1854 Wednesbury Staffs, according to 1861 census.
B. 1856 Wednesbury Staffs, according to 1861 census.
 
B. 1862 Wednesbury, Staffs according to 1881 census. Iron worker. No George of approx. this age listed in 1901 census.
B. 1852 Wednesbury Staffs, according to 1861 census.
B. 1867 Wednesbury Staffs, according to 1881 census. Iron worker.No Joseph of approx. this age listed in 1901 census.
B. 1848 in West Bromwich according to 1881 census. At 1881 census she is shown as a daughter, married, living at home with her two daughters, Agnes Merriman and Sarah Merriman.
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JOB CARTWRIGHT
MARGARET ???
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M. approx 1890 given eldest child was 11 in 1901. FREE BMD lists Job Cartwright
marrying in Wrexham June 1890. (Vol 11b page 442)
B. 1862, Widnesborough, Staffs (according to 1901). Iron Worker living at 11 U. Queens Street, Flint in 1901
B. 1862, Warriington. Died when nightdress caught fire (after 1901).
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Margaret
(peggy)
William
AGNES
Job
Robert
Mary
Harriet  
Joseph
POLLY
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B 1899, Northop.
Registered Holywell
June 1899?
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b.1891. Five months old at time of 1891 census.
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B 1901, Northop.
Registered at Holywell
March 1901?
B 1890, Warrington  
B 1893, Warrington  
B 1897, Stalybridge.
b.c. 1889, Warrington. Lived Saughall
b.c. 1888, Warrington
b.???. Married name Rigby. Lived Blackpool.
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Robert Cartwright .......... HANNAH Crabtree
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b 1905, d. Feb 12th 1996. Buried Connah’s Quay (with Robert)
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b.1897, died Mar 1st 1980, buried Connah’s Quay      
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Margaret Cartwright
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Margaret Cartwright  .......... William Brownlie
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Catherine Brownlie  .......... Joseph Kelly
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William Kelly
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