Richard William Hartley

(Born 02/09/1832)

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Born: 02/09/1832 at Trawden, Colne, Lancashire, England Certified Father: William Hartley (09/04/1789 - 29/09/1848)
Died: Certified Mother: Christiana Lister (27/01/1791 - 00/00/1859)
Children: William Robert Hartley (Born 00/00/1861)
Siblings: Mary Ann Hartley (12/08/1812 - 00/10/1813)
Elizabeth Robinson Hartley (00/00/1814 - 29/01/1815)
Robert Hartley Rev. (08/03/1817 - 25/05/1892)
Lister Hartley (27/09/1822 - 00/00/1875)
John Hartley (13/07/1825 - 27/01/1892)

Married:
Christiana Hartley on 00/00/1865 Certified

Notes

Baptism: 4 Nov 1832 Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Trawden, Lancashire, England
Richd. William Hartley - Son of Wm Hartley & Christiana (formerly Lister)
Born: 2 Sep 1832
Abode: Trawden
Occupation: Schoolmaster
Notes: Christiana dau of Christopher and Ann Lister
Baptised by: Jno Jones
Register: Baptisms 1819 - 1837, Page 12, Entry 59
Source: PRO Film 560905
(http://www.lan-opc.org.uk/Trawden/index.html)

Occuption: Tin Plate Worker (Source: http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/LANCSGEN/2001-02/0981186555)

Occupation according to 1851 census: Cotton Manufacturer Clerk

In 1851 he resided at 39 Colne Lane, Colne, Lancashire with his mother, Christiana Hartley (his father had passed away). He lived next door to his brother John Hartley, his wife Margaret and their son William Pickles Hartley - who were at number 38.) - according to the census in 1851.
Lived at Barley, under the shadow of Pendle in a house which had been owned by the Hartley family since 1620 (as the date stone shows). (Source: Book entitled 'The Life of Sir William Hartley' by AS Peake.)

Barnoldswick Primitive Methodist 1869 616 510
570

Not in period 1880-1884

Memorial Registered 15th Jan 1869 dated 13th January 1869 and made between John Lonsdale of Colne gentleman of the one part, and David Cockshutt Wilkinson late of Ballgrove but now of Green Hill Mill near Colne in the County Palatine of Lancaster, manufacturer, John Hartley of the same place, grocer, Richard William Hartley of the same place, tin plate worker, David Pickles of Trawden, green-grocer, Thomas Lancaster of Barnoldswick, weaver. Broughton Atkinson late of the same place, but now of Burnley, tailor, Thomas Nuttall of the same place, slater and plasterer, and Henry Haggas late of the same place but now of Clitheroe, stone-mason, Affecting all that plot of land situate in Barnoldswick containing 140 sq yards or thereabouts, being part of a close beloning to Wm Bracewell called Shutts Garden, and the orchard, now or late in the occupation of Thomas Slater and also that Chapel and the buildings erected on the same plot by the Primitive Methodist Society there and now occupied by them together with the appurtenances. Execution by John Lonsdale is witnessed by Caleb Haworth of Nelson near Burnley, conveyancer and execution by John Hartley is witnessed by John Wm Spencer and Joe Charlesworth both of Wakefield, clerks at the West Riding Registry of Deeds.

Barnoldswick Primitive Methodist 1858 UH 526
627
Memorial of Deed Registered 29th Dec 1858 dated 10th July 1857. Between William Bracewell of Newfield Edge in Barnoldswick in the West Riding of Yorkshire esquire of the 1st part and David Cockshutt Wilkinson of Ballgrove near Colne in the County Palatine of Lancaster, manufacturer, John Parkinson of Colne, bookseller, John Hartley of the same place, whitesmith and grocer, Richard William Hartley of the same place, tin-smith, David Pickles of Trawden, green-grocer, Thomas Lancaster of Barnoldswick, weaver. Broughton Atkinson of the same place, tailor, Thomas Nuttall of the same place, slater and plasterer, and Henry Haggas of the same place stone-mason, (being Trustees of the Primitive Methodist Chapel at Barnoldswick of the 2nd part.) Of and concerning all that plot or parcel of land or ground situate lying and ebing in Barnoldswick aforesaid, containing 140 sq yards and one quarter of a yard or thereabouts, being part of, and now marked out from a certain close of the said William Bracewell, called Shutts Garden, and the Orchard in the occupation of Thomas Slater; and which said plot or parcel of land by the now memorializing deed or intended to be thereby granted and conveyed is more particularly described on the Map or Plan endorsed on the said now memorializing deed, together with the appurtenances. Which said Deed as to the execution by Wm Bracewell, D C Willkinson, John and Richard Wm Hartley, Thos Lancaster, Broughton Atkinson, Thos Nuttall, and Henry Haggas, is witnessed by John Preston of Settle, clerk to Mr Henry Robinson of Settle, solicitor, and John Blackburn of Barnoldswick book-keeper. Execution by John Parkinson and David Pickles is witnessed by Henry Waddington Hartley of Colne solicitor, and Charles Tatham of Colne clerk to Messrs Hartley and Carr solicitors. A Plan is drawn on the back of the Original Memorial.


He became a missionary in Manchester after he was a cotton merchant clerk in Manchester. He kept in regular contact with his brother Rev. Robert Hartley (in Australia). [Information courtesy of Viv. Thanks Viv!]


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