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Image: No 1 Albert Road, the only detached dwelling in Saltaire.

 

1 Albert Road

No. 1 Albert Road was built around 1866.

In the 1871, 1881 and 1891 censuses the house was home to the Wood family. Frederick Wood was born 1841 in Halifax. He worked as a cashier at Saltaire Mills. Frederick married Ann Potter in 1867. They had five children but three died in infancy. Ann died in 1889. In 1891 Frederick was with his two children and a housekeeper.

In 1901 the house was occupied by John Cowie a railway ticket collector, his wife Mary and four daughters.

By 1902 the house had been converted into a Lloyd’s bank and a dwelling by combining it with 5 Myrtle Place.

The bank was opened 26 May 1902 as per the notice below from the Shipley Times 16 May 1902: -

Transcription: LLOYD'S BANK, LIMITED.
A Branch of this Bank will be opened at SALTAIRE on Monday, the 26th instant, in premises situated at the CORNER of ALBERT ROAD and SALTAIRE ROAD, under the Management of Mr JAMES BROOKS.
Hours of Business: 10 to 3 p.m.; Saturdays, 9 to 12.
E. ALEXANDER DUFF, General Manager.
Head Office, Birmingham, May 15th, 1902.

Report from the Shipley Times 1 February 1907 as follows: -

Mr James Brooks, who has been manager of Lloyds Bank at Saltaire since that branch opened four and half years ago, is to take charge of the same bank which is to be opened next Monday at the bottom of Bank Street, Bradford.

In the 1911 census it was named “Bank House.” The occupants were George Joseph Green, a bank manager, his wife Lily, with sons John and Robert Henry and two servants.

John Green served as a Major in WW2, and Robert Henry Green was a prisoner of war in Singapore.

Report from the Shipley Times 5 December 1913: -

Mr G J Green, who has been manager of the Saltaire branch of Lloyd’s Bank for the last seven years, has been promoted to the post of assistant manager at Park Row, Leeds, and will shortly take up residence at Headingley. His successor at Saltaire is Mr John Coleman, from the Great Hampton Branch, Birmingham.

In the 1918 Electoral Register the house is listed as the Bank Manager’s House, Saltaire Road. The occupants were John Coleman and his wife Florence Mary.

Report from the Shipley Times 6 September 1918 as follows: -

Mr J Coleman, an active worker in the interests of St Peter’s church, Shipley, is about to leave the district, having been appointed a Lloyd’s Bank inspector for the London district. Mr Coleman has been manager of the Saltaire Branch.

From a report in the Shipley Times 23 March 1923, the manager of the bank was Mr Garton.

By 1924 the manager was Percival Lund.

When Percival retired in 1924, he was replaced by Charles Bowyer, who was working in the Chester branch, Charles was the son of the late Mr. A. W. Bowyer. who was for 25 years Mathematical Master at the Bradford Grammar School, where he was educated. Charles commenced his career in banking at the Halifax Joint Stock Bank Ltd. at Bradford and was transferred to the Chester branch as an accountant in 1923. Whilst managing the bank he lived at 13 Victoria Park, Shipley.

In the 1939 Register, Bank House was occupied by William Scott, a bankers’ clerk born 25 January 1887, his wife Hildegard (nee Miller) born 20 October 1894, and their son William born 15 April 1925. William had married Hildegard, 20 April 1922, at Ilkley parish church. Hildegard was a member of the local women’s voluntary service.

There was a basement for 1 Albert Road, and this was occupied by Fred Mason a window cleaner, born 12 February 1906, and his wife Freda (nee Armitage) born 22 May 1912, who was both the bank caretaker and a daily maid. Fred had married Freda in 1934. Fred was a member of the Shipley Auxiliary Fire Service.

Charles Clarence Bristol was manager of the bank from October 1945 to June 1958.

Report from the Shipley Times 24 October 1945 as follows: -

Already well known in Shipley, Mr C. C. Bristol, of Sherwood Grove, Nab Wood, will tomorrow succeed Mr C. H. Bowyer as manager of Saltaire branch of Lloyds Bank Ltd.

Report from the Shipley Times 28 May 1958: -

Mr. George Edward Clapham at present clerk-in-charge, has been appointed manager of the Saltaire and Shipley branches of Lloyds Bank Ltd., in succession to Mr. C. C. Bristol, of Sherwood Grove, Shipley, who is shortly retiring .

From the Electoral Register 1919 to 1960 the occupants were: -

1919 to 1924 – James & Mabel Garton, Arthur Jennings
1925 to 1938 – Percival & Florence Lund
1939 – William & Hildegard Scott, Fred & Freda Mason
1946 to 1947 – William & Hildegard Scott, Samuel Sidebottom & Maria Sidebottom.
1948 – Eleanor & Marjorie Harwood, Samuel & Maria Sidebottom, Phillip & Winifred Sykes.
1949 to 1950 – Samuel & Maria Sidebottom, Phillip & Winifred Sykes.
1951 to 1952 – Samuel & Maria Sidebottom, George, Gladys & Sheila Clapham
1953 to 1956 – Maria Sidebottom, George, Gladys & Sheila Clapham
1958 to 1960 – Maria Sidebottom

Bank Managers 1902 to 1958

1902 to 1907 – James Brooks
1907 to 1913 – George Green
1913 to 1918 – John Coleman
1918 to 1924 – James Garton
1924 to 1938 – Percival Lund
1938 to 1945 – Charles Bowyer
1945 to 1958 – Charles Bristol
1958 to???? – George Clapham

In 1974 the property was taken over by local estate & insurance agents Cotson & Reddish.

 
3 Albert Road (was No. 2, renumbered in 1926)

No. 3 Albert Road was built around 1866. It was originally No. 2, but was re-numbered as No. 3 in 1926 when the houses on the west side of Albert Road were built.

In the 1871 census (2 April) the house was home to Hiram Jagger a drawing overlooker from Thornton aged 36, his wife Mary (nee Wood) aged 37 and three sons aged from 4, 8 and 11. Mary and Hiram were married in Halifax in 1858.

In September 1871 the house was occupied by the Rev. W. H. Ibberson as shown in the notice below from the Bradford Daily Telegraph: -

Transcription: WESTGATE BAPTIST CHAPEL, BRADFORD.
The following ministers are expected to preach morning and evening in the above chapel as follows:- Lord's Day, September 10th, Rev. W. H. IBBERSON (2 Albert Road, Saltaire). Lord's Day, September 17th, Rev. H. DOWSON...

Elizabeth Hannah, wife of Thomas Greenwood of 2 Albert Road, Saltaire, died 25 November 1876, aged 40.

In 1881 the occupants were Ernest William Kitching, his wife Harriet, their son Ernest aged one month, and a female servant Elizabeth Thorrington aged 19 from Surrey.

In 1891 the house was home to Hamer Bailey, a spinning manager, his wife Hannah (nee Jowett), his son Walter a grocer aged 23 and a niece, Sarah Bailey aged 24. Hamer had married Hannah in 1880.

In 1901 the house was home to Aesop Binns, his wife Mary (nee Brearley) and their son Stephen Binns. Aesop was a wool combing manager and Stephen a wool combing overlooker. In

In 1911 Stephen Binns, an assistant wool combing manager, was living in the house alone with his wife, Edith (nee Straker), his parents having moved to Shipley.

In the 1939 Register the occupants were Sydney Frank Hall, a worsted storekeeper, born 27 June 1891, his wife Mary (nee O’Flaherty) born 25 September 1887, their daughter Elizabeth born 30 July 1927 and Mary’s sister Ethel O’Flaherty born 31 January 1885 a wholesale paper merchant’s clerk who was a diabetic. Sydney served with the R.A.F. in WW1. He had married Mary 7 October 1922 at St Stephen’s Bowling. Stephen died 26 November 1946 at 3 Albert Road.

Report from the Shipley Times 16 September 1959 as follows: -

IN AID OF THE BLIND

Margaret and Ann Burton, of 3 (renumbered 3 in 1926) Albert Road, Saltaire, and Pamela and Pat Walker, of 19 Tower Road, Shipley, recently raised 25s. for the Shipley and Baildon Blind Welfare Association from a stall of goods.

From the Electoral Register 1892 to 1960 the occupants were: -

1892 to 1895 – Hamer Bailey
1896 to 1909 – Aesop Binns
1911 to 1922 – Stephen Binns
1923 to 1928 – William & Emma Nunns
1929 – Annie, Joseph & Fred Shackleton
1930 – Annie & Alec Shackleton
1931 to 1946 – Sydney & Mary Hall, Ethel O’Flaherty
1947 – Mary Hall & Ethel O’Flaherty
1948 to 1957 – Mary & Elizabeth Hall, Ethel O’Flaherty
1958 – Mary & Elizabeth Hall
1960 – Dorothy Burton

 
5 Albert Road (was No. 3, renumbered in 1926)

No. 5 Albert Road was built around 1866 as No. 3. It was re-numbered in 1926 when the new houses on the west side of Albert Road were built.

In the 1871 census the occupants were Joseph Danson an unemployed wool sorter aged 52, his wife Isabella aged 52, three unemployed adult sons and a servant.

By 1873 the house was occupied by the Rev David Russell Cowan, Minister of the Saltaire Congregational Church

In 1881 the occupants were George Mitchell a dyers foreman aged 43 from Denby Dale near Huddersfield, his wife Alice (nee Ambler) aged 35, six young children and a servant. George had married Alice 30 December 1869 in Bradford Cathedral.

In 1891 & 1901 the house was home to the Naylor family.

Ezra Naylor was born 1851 in Manningham. In 1880 he married Maria Hardaker. Maria was seven years younger than Ezra. They had a son, John born 1882 in Shipley. In 1891 they had Maria’s widowed mother living with them and a servant. In 1901 they had two nieces living with them; Elizabeth Hardman a lady’s help aged 25 and Mary Benson a teacher aged 20.

In November 1901 Ezra was reported as donating £5 to the Sir Titus Salt’s Charity.

In 1911 the occupants were Frank Buxton Parkinson a stuff buyer of dress goods aged 44, his wife Sabina (nee Heaton) aged 42, three sons and Mario Scapini a foreign correspondent for the cloth trade. Mario was aged 21 and he was a visitor from Italy.

Frank and Sabina had three sons who served in WW1: - Frank Parkinson, George Heaton Parkinson and Harold Milligan Parkinson. They all survived.

Ernest Parkinson died at 3 Albert Road, Saltaire 2 March 1916 aged 17. He was the youngest son of Frank & Sabina Parkinson.

In the 1939 Register the occupants were Christopher Snailham, chief librarian to Shipley U.D.C., his wife Marvel (nee Wilson) and their daughter Constance, a shop assistant. Constance was a volunteer in the Ambulance Reserve.

From the Electoral Register 1902 to 1960 the occupants were: -

1902 to 1905 – Ezra Naylor
1906 to 1911 – Charlotte Hallewell
1912 to 1920 – Frank & Sabina Parkinson
1921 to 1926 – Robert William Orlando Denison, Harriet & John Redvers Denison
1927 to 1930 – Sydney & Mary Hall, Ethel O’Flaherty
1931 to 1948 – Christopher & Marvel Snailham
1949 to 1955 – Kenneth & Joan Rhodes
1956 to 1960 – Frances, Frederick & David Nicholl

 
7 Albert Road (was No. 4, renumbered in 1926)
No. 7 Albert Road was built around 1866 as No. 4

It was re-numbered in 1926 when the new houses on the west side of Albert Road were built.

In the 1871 census the house was home to the Rev. David Russell Cowan aged 40 from Scotland, his wife Margaret (nee Dodd), six children and a servant.

In the 1881 census the house was named the “school-house.” Its occupants were Benjamin Shuttleworth a curator aged 44, his wife Ann (nee Davison) aged 50, son Squire aged 20, and daughter Clara aged 18. Benjamin and Ann were married 6 September 1854 in Bradford Cathedral.

Edith Jessie Coy of 4 Albert Road died 22 January 1886 aged just 14 days.

In the 1891 census 4 & 5 Albert Road were a single property lived in by Simpson Crump a retired Wesleyan minister aged 58, his wife Martha (nee Greenwood) aged 53, and daughter Anna aged 28. Simpson had married Martha 10 August 1861 at the Queen Street Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in Huddersfield.

In the 1901 census 4 & 5 Albert Road were a single property lived in by John Baker a clerk of building works, his wife Mary, five children and a servant. Three of their children served in WW1; Percy Gordon, James Stanley & Harold.

No 4 Albert Road is not listed in the 1911 census. The Baker family were living at No 5.

In the 1939 Register the house was lived in by Fred Hartley a textile manufacturing clerk born 28 December 1869 and his wife Josephine (nee Hanson) born 19 January 1882.

From the Electoral Register 1920 to 1960 the occupants were: -

1920 to 1954 – Fred & Josephine Hartley
1955 to 1958 – Josephine Hartley
1960 – Hattie Madden

 
9 Albert Road (was No. 5, renumbered in 1926)

No. 9 Albert Road was built around 1866 as No. 5

It was re-numbered in 1926 when the new houses on the west side of Albert Road were built.

Advert from the Bradford Observer 26 June 1869.

Transcription: JOSEPH DOUGILL, STONE CARVER,
5, ALNERT ROAD, SALTAIRE
Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Fountains, Vases, &c.,
Executed in Stone.
An APPRENTICE WANTED.

Joseph Dougill was born 1831 in Pateley Bridge. By 1871 he was living with his family in Harrogate.

In the 1871 census the house was home to two families. The Wilkinson family consisted of widowed Margaret (nee Dalton) a dressmaker aged 44 from Middleton near Ilkley and children; George, a clerk aged 18, and Lydia aged 15. Margaret had married Sidney Wilkinson, a joiner, 12 October 1851 at Bradford Cathedral. Sidney died in 1858. The Swales family had as their head, Abraham, an Inland Revenue Officer aged 35, his wife Catherine (nee Moore) and two young children. Catherine married Abraham in 1864 at Lutterworth in Leicestershire.

In the 1881 census the house was occupied by John Tapley an insurance agent aged 43 from Devon, his wife Mary (nee Buckley) aged 42 from Ireland, five children and Mary’s mother, Sarah Buckley, a widow aged 67.

In June 1882, Edmund Tapley, a schoolboy living at 5 Albert Rd was found guilt of breaking a streetlamp in Fernhill Road, Shipley. He was fined 5s and ordered to pay the damages.

In the 1891 census 4 & 5 Albert Road was a single property occupied by Simpson Crump, a retired Wesleyan minister aged 58, his wife Martha (nee Greenwood) aged 53, and daughter, Anna, aged 28. Simpson had married Martha, 10 August 1861, at the Queen Street Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in Huddersfield.

In the 1901 census 4 & 5 Albert Road was a single property lived in by John Baker, a clerk of building works aged 48, his wife Mary (nee Galleymore), five children and a servant.

In the 1911 census, the Baker family were living at No 5.

Extract from a report from in the Shipley Times 1 April 1939 as follows: -

A popular figure among the older generation of Shipley residents, Mr. Henry Sayner, aged 74, of 9 Albert Rd, Saltaire, a former inside manager for Henry Mason and Co., spinners, and manufacturers. Victoria Works, Shipley, died last weekend.

In the 1939 Register the house was occupied by widow Clara Sayner born 12 September 1868, Ruby Sayner a weft stock clerk (at Henry Mason’s) born 3 October 1897 and Eva Sayner a worsted textile clerk born 10 October 1901.

From the Electoral Register 1912 to 1960 the occupants were: -

1912 to 1918 – John Baker
1920 to 1923 – Frederick & Emily White
1924 to 1928 – James & Nan Weir
1929 to 1932 – Edmund Heald & Martha Heald
1933 to 1939 – Sayner family
1946 to 1951 – Gilbert Isles & Winifred Isles with: -
1946 to 1947 – Margaret Grimshaw (nee Isles)
1948 to 1950 – Norman & Sheila Lonsdale (nee Isles)
1952 to 1958 – Maurice & Agatha Leach, Edward & Gwendoline Walker
1960 – Anthony & John Briggs

 
11 Albert Road (was No. 6, renumbered in 1926)

No. 11 Albert Road was built around 1866 as No. 6.

It was re-numbered in 1926 when the new houses on the west side of Albert Road were built.

James Benjamin Smith, of 6 Albert Rd, had a letter published in the Leeds Mercury 20 October 1868, as an Officer of the Inland Revenue.

James was born c1829 in London. He married Jane Ramory in York in 1848. In 1871 they were living in the house with seven children, the oldest of whom was 14.

Daniel Smith, an artist, and art master, of 6 Albert Rd, was declared a bankrupt in September 1874. It is not known how he is related to James.

Advert in the Bradford Observer 7 April 1875: -

“Wanted immediately a good general servant. Apply to Mrs. Armstrong, 6 Albert Rd, Saltaire.”

In 1881 the occupants were Allan E. Kershaw, a salesman aged 30, and his wife Annie (nee Britton). They were married in 1879.

Advert in the Bradford Observer 9 September 1882: -

“Wanted for Ilkley, a good general servant; a suitable person will find a very comfortable home and easy place; no children. Apply to Mrs. Kershaw, 6 Albert Rd, Saltaire.”

In 1891 the occupants were Mansfield James McQuire, a solicitor’s clerk aged 25 and his wife Rosie Maud (nee Cockle). They were married in 1890.

Eleanor Annie Lincoln, of 6 Albert Rd, was buried 22 July 1895 aged just 13 days. Her parents were Walter Edward Lincoln & Kate Gooderidge.

In 1901 head of the house was Frances Mary London (nee Brooke), a widow aged 36. Living with her were her son, Sidney Herbert (who served in WW1) aged nine, daughter Laura aged seven, and a boarder, James Goldsthorpe, a dry salt traveller aged 23. Frances had married Sam Herbert London 1 February 1890 in Saltaire. Sam died 23 January 1901; he was buried in Nab Wood Cemetery.

In 1911 the house was occupied by James Cooper, an unmarried asbestos merchant aged 44, and two servants.

In July 1913 James was fined 9s, with costs, for travelling on a Bradford train without a ticket.

In the 1939 Register the house was occupied by Herbert Thomas Pringle and his family. Herbert was an electric trolley bus conductor who had served in WW1.

In November 1958, Cyril Dodgson, a turner of 11 Albert Rd, Saltaire, was fined £2 for being involved in a two-car collision in Briggate Shipley.

From the Electoral Register 1914 to 1960 the occupants were: -

1914 to 1915 – James Cooper
1918 to 1925 – Alexander Fisher Stenhouse
1926 to 1932 – John Charles & Lily Ann Lee
1933 to 1934 – Henry & Beatrice Clayton
1936 to 1948 – Herbert Thomas & Margaret Josephine Pringle
1949 to 1960 – Cyril & Betty Dodgson, George William & Martha Maude (George William only up to 1954)

 
13 Albert Road (was No. 7, renumbered in 1926)

No. 13 Albert Road was built around 1866 as No. 7. It was re-numbered in 1926 when the new houses on the west side of Albert Road were built.

Advert in the Bradford Observer 14 May 1868: -

“Apartments, Front Sitting Room and Bedroom, 7 Albert Rd, Saltaire.”

In 1871 census the house was occupied by Richard Whincup, a stone merchant aged 33, his wife Bessy aged 31, their son, Richard aged seven, and a boarder, Frederick Dear, a stuff merchant aged 30.

Advert in the Bradford Observer 8 May 1876: -

“Comfortable Apartments, three minutes’ walk from Station. Terms moderate. Apply No. 7 Albert Road, Saltaire.”

In 1881 the house was occupied by Rosanna McHary a high school teacher. Living with her were three boarders: Rosa Matthews, a teacher aged 26, Hilda de La Feullade, a scholar aged 17, Maude Wallace, a scholar aged 15, and a servant.

Advert in the Yorkshire Post 24 July 1886: -

“Wanted a good general servant, who can cook; also a housemaid – Apply 7 Albert Rd, Saltaire, between 5 and 8 o’clock.

From before 1891 to 1913 the house was occupied by William Hartley and his family, including his son Fred Hartley.

In the 1939 Register the house is occupied by Wilfred Lamb aged 37, a single man who was a clerk for the Provident Clothing & Supply Co., and John Lamb, aged 18 who was an apprentice wool sorter.

From the Electoral Register 1915 to 1960 the occupants were: -

1915 – Emma Stubbs
1918 – Percy Harry & Edith Alice Buswell
1919 to 1928 – Fred Shackleton, Annie & Harold Shackleton
1929 to 1933 – Thomas Francis Doyle
1934 to 1936 – Joseph, Bertha & Wilfred Lamb, Herbert & Elsie Wood.
1938 – Joseph Lamb, Bertha & Wilfred Lamb
1939 – Bertha & Wilfred Lamb
1947 to 1958 – Bigland & Ellen Capstick
1960 – Harold & Edna McMann

 
15 Albert Road (was No. 8, renumbered in 1926)
No. 15 Albert Road was built around 1866 as No.8. It was re-numbered in 1926 when the new houses on the west side of Albert Road were built.

In 1871 census the house was occupied by Mary N. Williams, a widow aged 71, born in Wales, and her spinster daughter, Mary, born 1833 in Wales. Neither of them had jobs.

Frederick, son of Joseph Tolson of 8 Albert Rd, died 7 January 1877 aged just 15.

In the 1881 census Sarah Naylor, a milliner aged 19, was the only occupant. The rest of her family were away.

Advert in the Shipley Times 6 August 1881: -

For Sale – Three allotment gardens in front of the mill; crops partly to reap. – Apply 8 Albert Road.

Advert in the Shipley Times 17 March 1883: -

To Let – House No. 8 Albert Road, facing Bingley Valley. Contains four ground floor rooms, four bedrooms, bathroom and w.c. Rent includes all taxes and water rent. Apply at the Offices, Saltaire.

Clara, aged 27, daughter of John Dearsley, of 8 Albert Road, married widower John Wright Booth, a gardener aged 36, of 26 Albert Road, 12 January 1884 at Bradford Cathedral

Death Notice in the Shipley Times 15 March 1890: -

10 March, aged 3 months, Ruby, daughter of William James Monk of 8 Albert Road.

In 1891 the head of the house was William James Monk, a mechanical engineer, aged 38 born in Preston Lancashire. Living with him were his wife and six children, of whom all but the youngest were born in Lancashire.

In November 1891 it was reported that the house was home to Harry Turner, a School Board teacher.

In 1901 the occupants were Mary Preston, a widow aged 67 from Bedale, four spinster daughters, of whom three were weavers, and William Preston, a boarder aged 28 from West Bromwich, who worked as a wool merchant.

Death Notice in the Shipley Times 12 September 1902: -

7 September, aged 68 years, Mary, widow of Thomas Preston, 8 Albert Road.

James, son of Leonard Dewhirst, a mechanic aged 25, of 8 Albert Road, married Edith Rose Goldsbrough, aged 22 from Shipley, 25 September 1905, at St Paul’s, Shipley.

In 1911 the house was home to Arthur Thornton, his wife Jessie and six children. Arthur was a warp dresser aged 55 from Wilsden. They had four sons who fought in WW1 – Albert Edward, Edwin Gordon, Arthur N, and Robert Lincoln.

Beatrice Alice aged 24, daughter of Arthur Thornton, of 8 Albert Road, married Tillotson Burnett, a grocer aged 25 of 11 (renumbered 16) Edward Street, 11 August 1913 at St. Peter’s Shipley. Tillotson served in WW1.

Report from the Shipley Times 25 April 1931: -

The funeral of Mr. Benjamin Wensworth, of 15, Albert Road, Saltaire, took place at Nab Wood Cemetery on Tuesday. Requiem Mass was celebrated at St. Walburga’s Church by the Rev. Father C. McGarvey. After the service, the cortege was preceded by the employees the Bradford City Tramways, members of the Shipley Catholic Men’s Society, delegates from the’ Shipley Conference of the St. Vincent Paul,” and Messrs. Crolla and Bergin representing the Bradford Catholic Benefit and Thrift Society. In addition, a large number of relatives and friends completed impressive funeral. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. J. Groves, Messrs. Cryer Bros., Ltd., Shipley.

In the 1939 Register the occupants were John Arthur Cryer a commercial traveller born 8 October 1886, his wife Gladys Evelyn (nee Corney) a ladies tailor born 5 March 1897, and their son George, born 3 December 1934.

Electoral Register 1893 to 1960: -

1893 – William James Monk
1894 – Sarah Turner
1896 to 1903 – Mary Preston
1904 to 1907 – Leonard Dewhirst
1908 to 1915 – Arthur Thornton
1918 to 1926 – Alfred Francis Barry (Served in WW1)
1928 to 1931 – Benjamin Wiseman Wensworth
1932 to 1935 – Harold Lister Binns
1938 to 1960 – John Arthur Cryer & family

 
17 Albert Road (was No. 9, renumbered in 1926)

No. 17 Albert Road was built around 1866 as No.9. It was re-numbered in 1926 when the new houses on the west side of Albert Road were built.

In 1871 census the house was occupied by Rebecca Castle, a widow aged 61, born in Dewsbury, with her daughter Martha, a weaver aged 23, and granddaughter Sarah Waddington, a spinner aged 14. Joseph Calvert, his wife Susannah, and their two young children were boarding in the house. Joseph was warehouseman aged 26 from Bradford.

Death Notice in the Shipley Times 29 March 1879: -

On the 21st instant, aged 27 years, Annie, wife of the Rev. Thomas Jenkin, 9 Albert Road.

In 1881 the house home to the Bower family from Harden. The head was Jonas, a wool buyer aged 40. He had married Ann Wilks 23 December 1860 at All Saints, Bingley. They had nine children living with them.

Death Notice in the Shipley Times 4 November 1882: -

On the 28th ult., aged 19 years, Frank, son of Jonas Bower, 9 Albert Road.

Advert in the Shipley Times 3 December 1887: -

Miss Elizabeth Norwood Dickinson, Teacher of the Pianoforte, 9 Albert Road. Miss Dickinson, having passed the Royal Academy Examination held in Bradford, and obtained the Certificates, is now in a position to receive Pupils for Pianoforte Tuition.

In 1891 the house was occupied by Ezra Ellis, a bookkeeper at Saltaire Mills, aged 55, his wife Eliza (nee Dickinson) aged 46 and their niece Elizabeth Norwood Dickinson aged 20.

In 1901 the house was home to Thomas Cordingly, a school caretaker, aged 56, his wife Sarah, their son William, a journeyman tailor aged 26, and a boarder, William Muse, a commercial clerk aged 21.

In 1911 the occupants were John William Brotherton, a council school caretaker aged 48; his wife, Agnes; their niece, Mary Lee Brotherton a burler aged 18; their nephew, Robert Lee Brotherton, aged 12 (who served in WW1), and a boarder, Florence Kate Smith, who was a Sunday school teacher aged 27.

Miss Lillian Gott, second daughter of Mr. & Mrs. I. M. Gott of 17 Albert Road, married Mr Henry Wilkinson, of Shipley, 7 June 1930 at St Peter’s Shipley.

John Wilson Gott, a clerk and son of Mr. & Mrs. I. M. Gott of 17 Albert Road, married Doris Wilkinson, of Shipley, 13 September 1933 at St Paul’s Shipley.

Cyril Costin Gott, a clerk and son of Mr. & Mrs. I. M. Gott of 17 Albert Road, married Mary Fawkes, of Shipley, 16 February 1935 at St Peter’s Shipley.

In the 1939 Register the house was occupied by Isaac Marshall Gott, a master tailor born 25 October 1874, Annie Gott, a burler and mender born 16 June 1904, and William Geoffrey Gott, a plumber born 18 May 1913.

In April 1944 John Bailey, an insurance agent, of 17 Albert Road, was fined 10s. for keeping a dog without a licence.

Electoral Register 1914 to 1960: -

1914 – James Grimshaw
1915 to 1919 – John Milner, Harry Milner, Laurence Milner, Edwin Javin Elphee and Joseph Smith
1921 to 1928 – Albert Robert William Hartley & Louie Hartley
1929 to 1939 – Isaac Marshall Gott and his family
1946 – John Bailey & Gladys Watson
1947 – Robert L Scott-Buccleuch & Elsie M. Hall
1948 – Robert L Scott-Buccleuch, James Edward & May Lee
1949 to 1952 – James Edward & May Lee
1953 to 1956 – Jack & Lilian Denby
1957 to 1960 – (no entry)

 
19 Albert Road (was No. 10, renumbered in 1926)

No. 19 Albert Road was built around 1866 as No.10. It was re-numbered in 1926 when the new houses on the west side of Albert Road were built.

In 1871 census the house was occupied by Richard Greaves, a stone labourer aged 61, his wife Margaret, five daughters (all weavers), three grand daughters (the eldest a weaver), a son Robert, a bleacher aged 26, and a boarder, Isabella Bramley, a weaver aged 28. Richard, his wife, daughters, and son were all born in Scotland.

In 1881 head of the house was Adam Stephenson, a joiner aged 37. Living with him were his wife, Maria, seven children, and a boarder, John Stephenson, a widowed joiner aged 73. The four eldest children were all mill hands.

Death Notice in the Shipley Times 16 November 1889: -

Saltaire – 10 November, aged 59 years, John Norman Pechey, 10 Albert Rd.

In 1891, John’s widow Mary Ann (nee Shrimpton) was head of the house. She had three children living with her: - Emily aged 24, an assistant school mistress, John aged 17, a builder’s clerk, Agnes, aged 15, a pupil teacher, and a boarder, Arthur Skerrington, a manufacturer aged 36.

Death Notice in the Shipley Times 9 December 1893: -

Saltaire – 6 December, aged 32 years, Sarah Ann, wife of John Dawson, 10 Albert Rd.

Death Notice in the Shipley Times 10 December 1898: -

3 December, aged 68, Mary Ann, widow of Jno. N. Pechey, 10 Albert Rd.

In 1901 the house was home to Fred London, a tea merchants traveller aged 35, his wife Alice and three children under 10, including Lance Longfellow London who served in WW1.

Birth Notice in the Shipley Times 9 June 1905: -

Fry – On 4 June at 10 Albert Rd, the wife of Edgar Clifford Fry, a son.

The Fry family remained in the house until 1918.

22 September 1934 Phyllis Horsfall, of 19 Albert Rd, married Walter Lee, of Shipley, at Saltaire Methodist Church.

In the 1939 Register Timothy Horsfall, a retired textile mechanic (born 30 May 1864) was living in the house with his wife Fanny, nee Brotherton (born 27 December 1866).

Electoral Register 1919 to 1960: -

1919 – Harry & Annie Burton
1920 to 1939 – Timothy & Fanny Horsfall
1946 – James F & Bridget Urwin
1947 to 1950 – Bridget Urwin
1952 – Maurice & Elsie Fowler, Mathew & Dorothy Newall
1953 – Maurice, Elsie & Robert Fowler, John Thomas Raven
1954 to 1958 – Doris Dewhirst & Annie Clayton
1960 – Graham & Doris Dewhirst, Annie Clayton

 
21 Albert Road (was No. 11, renumbered in 1926)

No. 21 Albert Road was built around 1866 as No.11. It was re-numbered in 1926 when the new houses on the west side of Albert Road were built.

In 1871 census the house was occupied by Robert Armstrong, an iron merchant aged 36 from Leeds, his wife, Anne, three young children and a servant.

Report from the Shipley Times 1 November 1879: -

Creditors Meeting – At the offices of Messrs. Watson & Dickons, a meeting was held of the creditors of Joseph Parkinson, of 14 Chester Street, Bradford, and 11 Albert Road, Saltaire, machine maker. The liabilities of the debtor amount to £3,950 2s 3d., and the assets to £639 19s. The creditors accepted a composition of 2s in the £. Mr. Thomas Lund was appointed trustee.

In 1881 the head of the house was Charles Leblone, a hair cutter aged 46. Living with him was his wife, Elizabeth, aged 33 and five children.

In 1891 the house was occupied by Jane Roberts, a widow aged 63 and four of her children aged from 23 to 30. They were all born in Derbyshire.

In 1901 the house was home to the Rhodes siblings – Hannah aged 36; Sarah 35, a weaver; Martha 27, a weaver; Florence 20, a dressmaker; Robert 25, a window cleaner; John 24, a gardener; Albert 23, a leather roller coverer. In 1911 it was still home to Hannah and her three sisters.

In 1916 it was home to Francis Norman Backhouse when he attested to serve in WW1 .

In May 1930 Mr Henry Ethelbert Howden, of 21 Albert Road, left £4,656 in his will.

In May 1937 Albert Brown, of 21 Albert Road, was reported as carrying out secretarial duties for a flag day in aid of the National Children’s Home and Orphanage.

In the 1939 Register the house was home to Albert Brown, a senior wages clerk for a textile manufacturer aged 33 and his wife Annie, a boot & shoe shop assistant aged 32. Albert was also a special constable in the West Riding Constabulary. They had a son, David, born c1941.

Electoral Register 1914 to 1960: -

1914 to 1930 – Lydia Hanson
1931 to 1934 – James, Margaret & Albert Brown, Phyllis Tillotson
1936 to 1960 – Albert & Annie Kathleen Brown

 
23 Albert Road (was No. 12, renumbered in 1926)

No. 23 Albert Road was built around 1866 as No.12. It was re-numbered in 1926 when the new houses on the west side of Albert Road were built.

From before 1871 to after 1975 the house was home to members of the Morrell family.

Until his death 29 January 1930 the head of the house was George Morrell. His wife was Lydia (nee Wade) died in the house 14 February 1931.

In the 1939 Register the occupants were their spinster daughters, Constance aged 63 and Hilda, a part time housecraft teacher at the technical institute, aged 55.

Constance died in the house 11 February 1967, and Hilda 15 February 1975.

 
25 Albert Road (was No. 13, renumbered in 1926)

No. 25 Albert Road was built around 1866 as No.13. It was re-numbered in 1926 when the new houses on the west side of Albert Road were built.

In 1871 the house was home to William Booth, aged 47, his wife Mary Ann, aged 48, and five children aged between 11 and 24. William was the Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths.

Extract from a report in the Bradford Observer 13 January 1875: -

In compliance with the Registration Act of last year, Mr Wm. Booth, the Registrar of Shipley and Heaton, announces that he will give daily attendance (Sundays excepted) at his residence, 13 Albert Road, from 8 to 9.30 a.m., Mondays & Fridays from 6 to 7 p.m.

William was also an auctioneer and he used his home as his office.

An auction of the property of Mr William Butterfield, of Nab Wood Farm, took place at 13 Albert Road on 21 November 1876. William and his family moved out of the house between 1879 and 1881.

In the 1881 census the occupants were William Tiffany, a wool sorter aged 45, his wife Susannah aged 47 and 10 children aged from four to 23. Six of the children were mill workers. By 1884 they had moved to 68 George Street. One of the children, George Tiffany, emigrated to America in 1894 aged 26.

Ada Fox, of 13 Albert Road, married John Thomas Russell, 4 January 1890, at St Pauls in Shipley.

In 1891 the occupants were Thomas Bradford Fox, aged 62 living by his own means, his wife Ellen aged 47, and four daughters aged from seven to 21. The elder three daughters were all mill workers. Also living with them was Abraham Hird, Ellen’s widowed father, aged 72. Thomas died in 1894, he was buried at St. Paul’s Shipley 20 November. Daughter, Emily, aged 24, married Walter Marshall, a clerk aged 25 from Shipley, 21 July 1896 at St. Paul’s. Daughter, Helena, (or Eleanor) aged 26, married Harry Wright, an overlooker aged 23 from Bingley, 25 November 1896 at St Paul’s. Daughter, Kate, aged 23, married Ernest Redman, an engineer aged 23 from Baildon, 24 November 1897 at St. Paul’s.

In 1901 the head of the house was Sarah Turner a widow aged 48. Living with here were her son, Ernest, an apprentice land surveyor aged 18, and a boarder, Eugen Vowe, a clerk aged 24 from Germany.

In 1911 the occupants were Bernard Reid, a waste dealer aged 47, his wife Clara Ann (nee Hartley) aged 43 and their daughter Mary aged just three.

In 1937 Naomi Fillingham, of 25 Albert Road, was approved as a fulltime midwife in the Shipley Area.

In the 1939 Register the house was occupied by Fred Duncan Berry, an overlooker aged 57, his wife Ethel (nee Fillingham) aged 57, their daughter Joan, an office clerk aged 16, and Naomi Fillingham a midwife aged 52.

Fred Duncan Berry, of 25 Albert Road, died 28 November 1957.
Naomi Fillingham died in the house 7 May 1968.

From the Electoral Register 1914 to 1960 the occupants were: -

1914 to 1918 – Clara Ann Reid
1919 to 1926 – Hugh Machell Ward
1927 to 1931 – John & Sarah Beardsall
1932 – John & Edith Webster
1933 – Johnson family
1934 to 1960 – Fillingham & Birdsall families

 
27 Albert Road (was No. 14, renumbered in 1926)

No. 27 Albert Road was built around 1866 as No.14. It was re-numbered in 1926 when the new houses on the west side of Albert Road were built.

In 1871 the house was home to Joseph Dunford, a retail yeast dealer aged 48, his wife Sophia aged 48, and four children aged from five to 21. The elder three children were all weavers. They also had lodging with them Andrew Dunford a warp twister aged 24 and his wife Emma aged 25.

In 1881 & 1891 the house was occupied by the Tennant family. Head of the house was Jonathan, a combing overlooker born in 1827. His wife, Emma, was born in Kidderminster in 1833. They had four children – James, a cabinet maker born in 1856, Fred, a tailor born in 1863, Emily, a spinner born in 1866, and Ellen born in 1874. In 1881 & 1891 they had living with them Jonathan’s twice widowed sister in law, Thornton (nee Smith), a mill hand born in 1838. In 1881 & 1891 they had boarding with them Martha Noble, a single female working as a mill hand born in 1840.

Throughout 1882 James Tennant advertised his business in the Shipley Times. The following advert is from 22 April 1882: -

J. Tennant begs to announce to the Public that he has commenced the Business of Cabinet Maker and Undertaker.
All orders promptly attended to.
Venetian Blinds made to order and Repaired.
Jobbing work done on the shortest notice.
Residence – No. 14 Albert Road, Saltaire.

Death Notice in the Shipley Times 25 April 1885: -

On the 19th, aged 19 years, Emily, wife of Frederick Tottle, 14 Albert Road.

Jonathan Tennant, of 14 Albert Road, died in 1895. He was buried 20 March in Shipley churchyard.

Ellen Tennant , of 14 Albert Road, aged 23 married Henry Bower a butcher aged 27 from Shipley, 10 August 1897 at St. Paul’s Shipley.

In 1901 the house was home to Squire Shuttleworth, a dry salters traveller aged 40, his wife Grace aged 37, and five children aged from one to 16. The two eldest children were mill workers.

In 1911 the occupants were Fred Atkinson, a cotton warp dresser at Salts Mill, aged 40, his wife Emmeline aged 36, son Herbert an apprentice wool overlooker at Salts Mill aged 17 and daughter Gladys a worsted spinner aged 14.

Advert in the Shipley Times 6 October 1916: -

For Sale – Special offer of four April hatched 1916 Black Minorca Cockerels, hatched from eggs costing 10s 6d sitting, cheap 6s 6d each – Apply 14 Albert Road.

In the 1939 Register the occupants were Frank Read, a wool sorter born 16 December 1908, and his wife Claretta (nee Sunderland), a costing clerk born 6 May 1911. Frank served in WW2.

In November 1951 plans were submitted for the house to have an internal w.c.

Report from the Shipley Times 8 September 1954: -

GIRLS’ EFFORT TO SAVE BOY’S EYESIGHT

Julie Bowen, 11, 27 Albert Road, and her friend Judith Longbottom, 14, of Mary Street, have been holding a stall outside Julie’s home, in order to raise money for 11-year-old Michael Saville, 54, Blackstone Avenue, Wyke.

Michael is losing his eyesight and so that he can to a London Eye specialist, neighbours and friends have organised a £300 appeal. Julie and Judith were thinking of holding a stall during the summer holidays, and when Mrs. Bowen told them of Michael, they decided that the proceeds of their stall should be sent to him. The two girls emptied their toy boxes and their parents helped with small contributions, then they set up a stall in Albert Road, near to Julie’s home.

Their toys were on sale Wednesday afternoon. Thursday morning and Thursday afternoon. On Friday morning they sent a letter to Michael enclosing the £2 which they, had raised as a result of their efforts. The two girls were former pupils of Albert Road School and now attend Salt High School.

In October 1956 plans were submitted to erect a garage at the house.

From the Electoral Register 1914 to 1960 the occupants were: -

1914 to 1929 – the Greetham family (including Fred Greetham)
1930 to 1950 – the Read family
1951 to 1960 – Ernest & Florence Bowen.

 
29 Albert Road (was No. 15, renumbered in 1926)

No. 29 Albert Road was built around 1866 as No.15. It was re-numbered in 1926 when the new houses on the west side of Albert Road were built.

In 1871, 1881, 1891 & 1901 Censuses the house was occupied by the Horsfall family. Head of the house was Thomas Horsfall, a mechanic fitter born c1833 in Baildon. He had married Sarah Flaxington (born 14 July 1835 in Baildon) 1 January 1859 at All Saint’s Otley. They had living with them six children: - Walter born Shipley 1861, Herbert born Shipley 1865, Alfred born Saltaire 1868, Bertha born Saltaire 1870, John born Saltaire 1873, and Edith born Saltaire 1876. They also had living with them, Mary Flaxington who was born to Sarah in 1857, before she married Thomas. All the children were mill workers except for Herbert who was a mechanic. In April 1883 John Horsfall, aged 10, of 15 Albert Road, was one of six boys who appeared at the Bradford West Riding Courthouse charged with stealing a quantity of peas and corn from John Smith of Alexandra Road, Shipley. The boys were discharged with a warning as to their future behaviour. Thomas Horsfall died 6 January 1900 aged 68. In 1901 his widow, Sarah was head of the house.

In 1911 the house was home to Arthur Sykes, a combing overlooker aged 37, his wife Sarah, aged 36, and two young children.

Gladys Atkinson, aged 23, of 15 Albert Road, married Maurice Bailey, a teacher aged 23, of Windhill, 22 May 1920 at St Peter’s Shipley.

Report from the Shipley Times 7 March 1931: -

Sleighing Accident – Whilst sleighing in Hustler Road at 8 p.m. on Wednesday (4 March), Edwin Lupton aged 16 years, of 29 Albert Road, came into the main road and was run into by a motor car driven by a motor car driven by Miss Joan McCaffy, of Ilkley. He sustained bruises to the leg.

May Lupton, aged 26, of 29 Albert Road, married Horace Ellerton, an engineer’s labourer aged 23, of Bradford, 9 September 1933 at St Peter’s Shipley.

In the 1939 Register the occupants were Frank Henry Wilkinson a machine fitter at a cloth manufacturer born 11 September 1886, his wife, Edith Annie, a weaver born 18 April 1889, daughter, Hilda a weaver born 17 July 1921, and daughter, Betty born 16 July 1928.

Report from the Shipley Times 29 October 1952: -

Pretty Wedding at Saltaire.

Wearing a gown of white slipper satin, with veil of silk net held in place by a white lace cap and carrying a hand spray of roses and carnations. Miss Betty Wilkinson, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Wilkinson, of 29 Albert Road, Saltaire, made a charming bride when she was married on Saturday (25 October) at Saltaire Congregational Church to Mr. Ronald Firth, only son of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Firth, of 33 Eastleigh Drive. West Ardsley, Wakefield. The Rev. J Emrys Shepherd officiated.

Given away by her father, the bride had three attendants. Mrs. Margaret Abbott (sister of bride), who wore a gown of hyacinth blue crepe, with matching Juliet cap. Miss Doreen Firth (sister of bridegroom) and Mrs. Margaret Oration (friend of bride) who both wore gowns of yellow poult with matching Juliet caps. All carried hand sprays of carnations.

The best man was Mr. James R. Pearson (friend of bridegroom) and the groomsmen were Mr. Wilfred Abbott (brother-in-law of bride) and Mr. William Emsley (cousin of bride).

After the ceremony, a reception was held in the Victoria Hall. Saltaire.

From the Electoral Register 1914 to 1960 the occupants were: -

1914 to 1930 – the Atkinson family (including Fred & Herbert)
1931 to 1934 – the Lupton family
1935 to 1957 – Frank & Edith Harrison
1958 to 1960 – William & Theresa Chapman

 
31 Albert Road (was No. 16, renumbered in 1926)

No. 31 Albert Road was built around 1866 as No. 16.

It was re-numbered in 1926 when the new houses on the west side of Albert Road were built.

In the 1871 census the house was occupied by Thomas Porritt, a blacksmith aged 51 from York, his wife Ann, aged 53 from Stockton in County Durham, their daughter Alice, a domestic servant aged 25, born in Bradford and their son, James, a cabinet maker born in Bradford aged 21. They had living with them a lodger, James Grimes, an upholsterer aged 21.

In 1881 Thomas, his wife Ann, and their spinster daughter Alice remained in the house. (Thomas died in West Hartlepool, County Durham 2 May 1887.)

By 1885 the house was occupied by Wilkinson Smith and his family. Death Notice in the Shipley Times 10 September 1887: -

5 September, aged 11 months, Wilkinson, son of Wilkinson Smith, 16 Albert Road.

Death Notice in the Shipley Times 26 November 1887: -

23 November, aged 4 years, Annie Elizabeth, daughter of Wilkinson Smith, 16 Albert Road.

In 1891 Wilkinson Smith, a foreman scourer aged 35 from Bingley was the head of the house. Living with him was his wife, Elizabeth aged 36, and four children aged from three months to 15 years. The eldest two children were mill hands.

By 1899 the house was home to John Fox and his wife Mary.

In 1901 the occupants were Joseph Longbottom, a stone mason aged 47, his wife Rachel aged 47 and three children aged from 14 to 21. Joseph was born in Thornton, Rachel and the children were born in Pateley Bridge.

Bertha Longbottom, of 16 Albert Road, married Joseph Lamb, of Baildon, 20 November 1901 at Saltaire Congregational Church. Joseph worked in Saltaire Mills.

In 1911 the occupants were Ruth Seavers aged 57 and her children – Harry, a wool pattern man aged 27, Olive, a draper’s shop assistant, aged 25, and Mary, a cloth burler and mender aged 23. Harry served in WW1.

Mary Seavers married James Arthur Dawson 27 May 1912 at St Peter’s Shipley. James served in WW1.

In the 1939 Register the occupants were Albert Boardman born 3 August 1893, his wife Annie Louisa (nee Mellor) born 18 July 1894, and Annie’s incapacitated widowed mother, Urina Mellor, born 15 November 1866. Albert worked as a joiner in Saltaire Mill

From the Electoral Register 1918 to 1960 the occupants were: -

1918 to 1932 – Stephen Hainsworth Hall & Catherine Jane Hall
1933 to 1960 – Albert & Annie Louisa Boardman

Albert and Annie Louisa, both died at 31 Albert Road. Albert in 1969, Annie 4 March 1975.

 
33 Albert Road (was No. 17, renumbered in 1926)

No. 33 Albert Road was built around 1866 as No. 17. It was re-numbered in 1926 when the new houses on the west side of Albert Road were built.

In the 1871 census the house was occupied by the Milnes family. Edward was a mechanic fitter aged 31, his wife was Sarah aged 31. They had two young daughters, Mary aged five, and Annie aged seven months. There were three female weavers boarding with them – Ellen Sutcliffe aged 24, Sarah Sutcliffe aged 19 and Elizabeth Robinson aged 22.

In 1881 the house was home to John Binns, a painter aged 46, his wife, Maryann, aged 41, and five children aged from nine to 18. The eldest three children were mill workers.

Death Notice in the Shipley Times 2 June 1883: -

On the 26th May, aged 18, Ada, daughter of John Binns, 17 Albert Road, Saltaire.

In 1891, 1901 & 1911 the house was home to the Whitaker family. William Whitaker was born 1843 in Baildon, he worked as a joiner. He had married Maria Hutley, born 1848 in Shipley, 24 November 1869. They had two daughters – Sarah Hannah, a cloth burler born in 1871 and Alice, a weaver born 1873.

In 1893 there several adverts in the Shipley Times, advertising William’s services as a house agent and a collector of medical accounts, rent and debts. William died in 1899.

In 1901 widow Maria was living in the house with her spinster daughter Alice. They had two boarders living with them, John Fletcher, a railway clerk aged 20, and Ralph Cusworth, a spinning overlooker aged 27.

In 1911 Maria and Alice remained in the house. They had two boarders living with them, Paul Thompson, a railway clerk aged 32, and Percy Thompson, a chemist shop assistant aged 20.

Harry Sedgley , a cloth finisher aged 20, of 17 Albert Road, married May Clarke, a spinner aged 19, of 21 Amelia Street, 17 November 1923 at St Peter’s Shipley.

Carrie Sedgley, a burler and mender aged 23, of 33 Albert Road, married Neville Smith, a motor mechanic aged 28 from Bradford, 10 August 1929 at St Pater’s Shipley.

In the 1939 Register Henry Edward Sedgley, a cloth finisher, was living in the house with his wife Sarah Hannah.

From the Electoral Register 1914 to 1960 the occupants were: -

1914 to 1915 – Maria Whitaker
1918 to 1957 – Henry Edward & Sarah Hannah Sedgley
1958 – John & Margaret Antoncish
1960 – Shirley M. Kowalski

 
 

 

 

 

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