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Charles Slingsby

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Charles Slingsby (c1873-1941) of Ira Ickringill and Co and of Walter Slingsby and Co

1881 Living at 18 Malven Place, Keighley: Thomas Slingsby (age 42 born Keighley), Worsted Spinning Manager. With his wife Hannah Slingsby (age 40 born Keighley) and their four children; Frank Slingsby (age 10 born Keighley), Worsted Spinner; Charles Slingsby (age 8 born Keighley); Walter Slingsby (age 7 born Keighley); and Fanny Slingsby (age 1 born Keighley). Also his mother-in-law Susannah Crossley(age 74 born Keighley).[1]

1911 Living at Norwood House, Keighley: Thomas Slingsby (age 72 born Keighley), Retired Worsted Spinner - Employer. With his wife Hannah Slingsby (age 70 born Keighley) and their son Charles Slingsby (age 38 born Keighley), Worsted Spinner - Employer. Also their two grand-daughters; Bertha Slingsby (age 19 born Keighley) and Annie Jacques Slingsby (age 15 born Keighley).[2]

1941 Died. 'Mr. Charles Slingsby, Park Drive. Bradford, late secretary and a director of Ickringill and Co., Ltd., worsted spinners, Bradford, and director of W. Slingsby and Co., Ltd., pipe fitting manufacturers, Keighley, died Saturday, aged 68. He was a founder member of Keighley Golf Club and a member of Shipley Golf Club, Burnsall and Barden Angling Club, Bradford Waltonians, and Royal Yorkshire Lodge Freemasons.'[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1911 Census
  3. Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Monday 24 March 1941