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Dave's Ancestors - Whiteside

 

The Whiteside Family


Generation 1

Children of John and Alice Whiteside of Preesall


Hannah Whiteside (1731)
[Baptised 21st November 1731 St James, Stalmine; Married William Helm on 1st May 1757 at Stalmine]
Jonathan Whiteside (1733 - )
[Baptised 10th March 1734, [husband of Dorothy Robinson]
Benjamin Whiteside (1738)
[Baptised 19th March 1738 St James, Stalmine; Married Hannah Tomlinson on 25th January 1763 at Stalmine]

Generation 2

Children of Jonathan and Dorothy


Alice Whiteside (1760 - )
[Baptised 27th April 1760 St James, Stalmine]
Ellen Whiteside (1761 - )
[Baptised 10th October 1761 St James, Stalmine]
Sarah Whiteside (1764 - )
[Baptised 29th January 1764 St James, Stalmine]
John Whiteside (1766 - )
[Baptised 16th March 1766, [husband of Grace Ward (1769 - 1810)]
Jane Whiteside (1768 - )
[Baptised 28th August 1768 All Hallows, Bispham]


Generation 3

Children of John and Grace


Jonathan Whiteside (1790 - 1873)
[Born 22nd November 1790, baptised 10th December 1790, buried 1st February 1873 at St Chad's, Poulton] [husband of Isabella Miller (born? - died 1843)]
Ann Whiteside (1792 - )
[Born 24th December 1792, baptised 20th January 1793 St Chad's, Poulton]
James Whiteside (1795 - )
[Born 13th July 1795, baptised 16th July 1795 St Chad's, Poulton]
Thomas Whiteside (1798 - )
[Born 12th February 1798, baptised 25th February 1798 St Chad's, Poulton]
Alice Whiteside (1800 - )
[Born 18th September 1800, baptised 19th October 1800 St Chad's, Poulton]
Betty Whiteside (1803 - )
[Born 17th March 1803, baptised 12th June 1803 St Chad's, Poulton]
John Whiteside (1805 - )
[Born 5th October 1805, baptised 3rd November 1805 St Chad's, Poulton]
Joseph Whiteside (1808 - )
[Born 3rd March 1808, baptised 27th March 1808 St Chad's, Poulton]


Generation 4 Whiteside Family Tree 1

Children of Jonathan and Isabella


Grace Whiteside (1816 - 1875)
[Baptised 23rd June 1816 at All Hallows, Bispham] [married to John Hall 10th June 1848] [died 1875]
John Whiteside (1818 - )
[Baptised 4th January 1818 at All Hallows, Bispham]
Robert Whiteside (1819 - 1867)
[Baptised 26th December 1819, buried 24th December 1867 at All Hallows, Bispham] [husband of Margaret Porter (1816 - )
Joseph Whiteside (1821 - )
[Baptised 9th December 1821 at All Hallows, Bispham]
Thomas Whiteside (1824 - )
James Whiteside (1826 - )
[Married Jane Porter in 1850]
William Whiteside (1829 - )
George Whiteside (1832 - 1912)
[Baptised 8th January 1832 at All Hallows, Bispham, died 7th February 1912] [Married to Anne Ormond (1833 - 1887) on 20th May 1853 ]
Elizabeth Whiteside (1834 - )
[Baptised 22nd March 1834 at All Hallows, Bispham]


Generation 5 Whiteside Family Tree 2

Children of George and Ann


Robert Whiteside (1854 - )
[Born 22nd November 1854, baptised 17th December 1854 at St John the Evangelist, Blackpool] [Married on 31st May 1874 to Alice Wilson (1856 - )]
John Whiteside (1855 - )
[Baptised 23rd December 1855 at St John the Evangelist, Blackpool]
George Whiteside (1858 - )
[Baptised 2nd May 1858 at St John the Evangelist, Blackpool]
Ellen Whiteside (1861 - )
[Baptised 28th April 1861 at St John the Evangelist, Blackpool][wife of Albert Harrison (1862 - )]
Isabella Whiteside (1863 - 1908)
Thomas Whiteside (1866 - )
Ann Jane Whiteside (1870 - )
[wife of Samuel Tilley]
Jonathan Whiteside (1872 - )
Link to Wilson family page


Generation 6 Whiteside Family Tree 3

Children of Robert and Alice


Elizabeth Ann Whiteside (1875 - )
Zachariah Whiteside(1876 - 1952)
George Whiteside (1878 - )
James Wilson Whiteside (1880 - )
Peter Whiteside (1882 - ),
[husband of Sarah Lucy Tyler (1880 - )]

Generation 7 Whiteside Family Tree 4

Children of Zachariah and Jane


George Whiteside (1900 - 1918)
James Wilson Whiteside (1900 - 1979)
[husband of Elinor H. Newall]
William Gerrard Whiteside (1902 - 1978)
[husband of Jane F. Potts]
Peter Whiteside (1904 - 1943)
[husband of Ethel Mary Kinnersley]
Annie Elizabeth Whiteside (1906 - )
[wife of William Johnson]
Alice Wilson Whiteside (1908 - 1985)
[wife of Arthur Bridge]
Richard Wood Whiteside (1910 - 1997)
[wife of Margaret Ashcroft]
Thomas Albert Whiteside (1912 - 1914)
Dorothy May Whiteside (1915 - 1990)
[wife of Peter McNally]
Margaret Nora Whiteside (1918 - 2007)
[wife of William Armitage]
Edna Whiteside (1920 - 2009)
[My mother, wife of Thomas Edward Abbott]
Link to Abbott family page




Further details of Dave's direct Whiteside ancestors


The following sections contain details transcribed from documents such as census, birth, marriage and death certificates, parish records, newspapers, etc.

Unless otherwise stated, we have transcribed directly from the original document or from a scanned or photographic image of the original document online.



Jonathan Whiteside (1734)


In Brief:


In detail:


Baptism

Jonathan Whiteside was born in 1734.
Jonathan was baptised (as Johnathan) on 10th March 1734 at St James, Stalmine, son of John and Alice Whiteside of Preesall.


1757

Jonathan acted as witness at the wedding of Hannah, his sister, on 1st May 1757


Jonathan's Marriage


Jonathan Whiteside, husbandman, was married, by license, to Dorothy Robinson, spinster, on 14th July 1759, at St James, Stalmine. Witnesses were Edward Bibby and Benjamin Whiteside (probably Jonathan's brother).

The License

Jonathan had posted a bond on 30th June 1759
"... that we Jonathan Whiteside of Crossall Husbandman and Edward Bibby of Stalmine Blacksmith both in the Chapelry of Stalmine in the parish and county of Lancaster are firmly bound ...
... but that the above bounden Jonathan Whiteside and Dorothy Robinson of Stalmine spinster, both in the Archdeaconry of Richmond, may lawfully marry together ... in the face of parochial Chapel of Stalmine aforesaid.
The within named Jonathan Whiteside aged twenty four years and upwards appeared Personally and alleged that he intended to Marry with Dorothy Robinson within named aged twenty one years ...
... and also that the usual place of both of their abode hath been for the space of four weeks immediately before the date hereof in the Chapelry of Stalmine within mentioned."
[On two occasions in the document he signed his name as Johnathan Whiteside although the notary used the normal spelling of Jonathan.]

Jonathan and Dorothy's children


Alice Whiteside (1760 - )
[Baptised 27th April 1760 St James, Stalmine]
Ellen Whiteside (1761 - )
[Baptised 10th October 1761 St James, Stalmine]
Sarah Whiteside (1764 - )
[Baptised 29th January 1764 St James, Stalmine]
John Whiteside (1766 - )
[Baptised 16th March 1766, [husband of Grace Ward (1769 - 1810)]
Jane Whiteside (1768 - )
[Baptised 28th August 1768 All Hallows, Bispham]


Jonathan's Death

I have not yet confirmed Jonathan's death.

John Whiteside (1766 - 1824?)


In Brief:



In detail:


Baptism

John Whiteside was born in 1766.
He was baptised on 16th March 1766 at St James, Stalmine. His father is stated as Jonathan Whiteside and his mother as Dorothy.


John's Marriage

John Whiteside of Staining was married to Grace Ward of Weeton, on 9th November 1790, at St Michael's, Kirkham.
[Grace was daughter of Joseph and Ann Ward. Her siblings were Betty (1765 - ) and James (1774 - )].

John's children

Jonathan Whiteside (1790 - 1873)
[Born 22nd November 1790, baptised 10th December 1790, buried 1st February 1873 at St Chad's, Poulton] [husband of Isabella Miller (1793-1843)]
Ann Whiteside (1792 - )
[Born 24th December 1792, baptised 20th January 1793 St Chad's, Poulton]
James Whiteside (1795 - )
[Born 13th July 1795, baptised 16th July 1795 St Chad's, Poulton]
Thomas Whiteside (1798 - )
[Born 12th February 1798, baptised 25th February 1798 St Chad's, Poulton]
Alice Whiteside (1800 - )
[Born 18th September 1800, baptised 19th October 1800 St Chad's, Poulton]
Betty Whiteside (1803 - )
[Born 17th March 1803, baptised 12th June 1803 St Chad's, Poulton]
John Whiteside (1805 - )
[Born 5th October 1805, baptised 3rd November 1805 St Chad's, Poulton]
Joseph Whiteside (1808 - )
[Born 3rd March 1808, baptised 27th March 1808 St Chad's, Poulton]

John's occupation

At the baptisms of each of his children, John's occupation is stated as "husbandman", (tenant farmer).

John's Death

I believe that John died in 1824
There is a burial record for a John Whiteside of 'Stayning' in the register of St Chad, Poulton le Fylde on June 23rd 1824, aged 58
I have no proof that this is right John Whiteside, but it has the correct age and he was living in the right place...


Jonathan Whiteside

In Brief:


In detail:


Jonathan's Baptism

 From Parish record
19th December 1790 Jonathan Whiteside, son of John Whiteside of Stayning, Husbandsman and Grace his wife. Born November 22nd (1789).

1812

This bastardy petition heard in Preston on 4th April 1812 may or may not relate to 'our' Jonathan.
However, he seems to have been the only man of this name in the area at this time who could fit the bill.


Whereas complaint hath been made unto us, two of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace and Quorum in and for the said County of Lancaster, residing next unto the Limits of the Parish Church of Bispham within the Parish of Bispham, in the said county, by the Church-wardens and Overseers of the Poor of the Township of Layton with Warbrick in the parish and county aforesaid, which is yet living and chargeable to the said Township of Layton with Warbrick. that Ellen Fisher single woman hath lately been delivered of a female Bastard child, in the said Township of Layton with Warbrick, in the Parish and County aforesaid.

And whereas the said Ellen Fisher this day came voluntarily of her own free will and record before us, and then and thereupon her Examination upon Oath did declare, that the said Ellen Fisher was upon the eighth day of February last, delivered of a female Bastard Child, in the said township of Layton with Warbrick in the said Parish and County, which said Child is now living in and heretofore hath been and still is chargeable to the said Township of Layton with Warbrick and likely to continue, and that Jonathan Whiteside, husbandman, of Layton with Warbrick aforesaid, did Beget the said Bastard on her body and is the father of the same.

And whereas the said Jonathan Whiteside hath been duly summoned to appear before us the said Justices to the end that upon the Examination of the Cause and Circumstances of the Premises, we might take such order as to right doth appertain; and he having appeared before us but not shewed any sufficient Cause why he should not be adjudged the reputed father of the said bastard child.

We therefore, the said Justices, upon due Examination and Consideration of the Premises, as well upon the Oath of the said Ellen Fisher, as otherwise do hereby declare and adjudge that the said Child was born a Bastard upon the body of the said Ellen Fisher in the said Township of Layton with Warbrick in the Parish and County aforesaid, and is now living, and heretofore hath been and still is chargeable to the said township of Layton with Warbrick and that the said Jonathan Whiteside is the father of the said bastard child.

Thereupon we order that as well for the better Relief of the said Township of Layton with Warbrick as for the Sustentation and Relief of the said Bastard Child, that the said Jonathan Whiteside shall and do forthwith upon the Notice of this our order, pay or cause to be paid unto the Church-wardens and Overseers of the Poor of the said Township of Layton with Warbrick, or to some one of them, the sum of two pounds six shillings for and towards the charges and Expenses incident to the birth of the said Bastard Child, and the maintenance of the said Bastard Child from the time of her birth, to the time of our making of this order, and further sum of four shillings for and towards the cost of apprehending and securing the said Jonathan Whiteside, and the sum of thirteen shillings for and towards the costs of this Order of Filiation; such charges, expenses, costs, and sums of money respectiely have been duly ascertained on oath before us the said Justices to be reasonable.

And we do likewise hereby further Order that the said Jonathan Whiteside shall well and truly pay or cause to be paid unto the Church-wardens and Overseers of the Poor of the said township of Layton with Warbrick, or to some one of them, for the time being, the Sum of two shillings weekly and every Week from this present Time, for and towards the Keeping, Sustenance and Maintenance of the said Bastard Child, for and during so long time as the same shall be chargeable to the said Township of Layton with Warbrick.

And we do hereby further order that the said Ellen Fisher shall likewise well and truly pay or cause to be paid unto the Church-wardens and Overseers of the Poor of the said Township of Layton with Warbrick or some one of them for the time being, the Sum of two shillings weekly and every Week from henceforth so long as the said Bastard Child shall be chargeable to the said Township of Layton with Warbrick, in case she shall not nurse or take care iof the said Child herself.

Given under our Hands and Seals at Preston in the County of Lancaster, this fourth Day of April in the 52nd Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, and in the year of our Lord one Thousand eight Hundred and twelve.

Certified on the oath of Thomas Miller

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Jonathan's marriage to Isabella Miller

 From parish record
Jonathan Whiteside and Isabella Miller married on 31 January 1814 by banns at St. Chad's, Parish church at Poulton le Fylde.
Witnesses were Nanny Whiteside and John Fairclough.

1841 census
Little Layton, Layton with Warbreck

Map showing location of Little Layton at nls.uk
Link to Little Layton at Old-Maps.co.uk
Google map showing the position of Little Layton
Jonathan Whiteside age 50, Ag Lab
Bella Whiteside age 40
Robert Whiteside age 20
William Whiteside age 12
George Whiteside age 10
Betty Whiteside age 7
Robert Whiteside age 4

Widowed

Jonathan was widowed in 1843.
From the Deaths column of The Preston Chronicle and Lancashire advertiser Saturday 20th May 1843.

"Yesterday week, aged 46, Isabella, wife of Mr Jonathan Whiteside, of Layton Rakes, near Blackpool"


1851 census

Map showing location of Layton at nls.uk
Link to Layton at Old-Maps.co.uk
Google map showing Layton, close to Layton Hall

Living in the home of John and Grace Hall, Layton (Next entry on the census to Layton Hall and somewhere between there and Layton Lodge).

John Hall age 39, Ag. Labourer, born St Michaels
Grace Hall age 34, Labourer's wife, born Layton
Jonathan Whiteside age 57, Ag Lab, born Staining
Elizabeth Whiteside age 16, born Layton [Jonathan's youngest daughter]
James Whiteside age 2, [nephew of John and Grace] born Carleton

[Grace was Jonathan's daughter, who had married John Hall on 10th June 1847 at All Hallows Church, Bispham.
and died 28th June 1875.]



1861 census
Blackpool Road, Layton

[Blackpool Road. Layton, was the road joining Layton and Little Layton to what was then the small seaside village of Blackpool.
Today, this would follow Church Street eastwards from the promenade, which then becomes Newton Drive, turning left onto Layton Road and then Westcliffe Drive.]

Edward Miller age 26, agricultural labourer, born Layton
Ellen Miller age 41, wife of Edward, born Preston
Ellen Millar age 9, born Layton
Jonathan Whiteside age 70, agricultural labourer, born Staining

1871 census
Mill Inn, 14 Poulton Road, Layton

Map showing location of the Mill Inn, Layton at nls.uk
Link to the Mill Inn, Layton at Old-Maps.co.uk
Google map showing the position of the now demolished Mill Inn Poulton Road

Staying as one of two 'lodgers' with the innkeeper Richard Wilson and family

Jonathan Whiteside age 80, Ag Lab,born Staining

Death


Jonathan died in 1873.
He was buried at All Hallows, Bispham on 1st February 1873


George Whiteside (1832 - 1912)


In Brief:


In detail:


Baptism

George Whiteside was baptised at All Hallows, Bispham on 8th January 1832

1841 census
Little Layton, Layton with Warbreck

Map showing location of Little Layton at nls.uk
Link to Little Layton at Old-Maps.co.uk
Google map showing the position of Little Layton
Jonathan Whiteside age 50, Ag Lab
Bella Whiteside age 40
Robert Whiteside age 20
William Whiteside age 12
George Whiteside age 10
Betty Whiteside age 7
Robert Whiteside age 4

1851 census

Map showing location of Haddle House at nls.uk
Link to Haddle House at Old-Maps.co.uk
Google map showing the position of Haddle House

I believe this to be George in 1851, as a farm servant at Haddel House, farm of his older brother, Robert.

Robert Whiteside age 31, Farmer of 37? acres employing one labourer, born Layton
Margaret Whiteside age 32, (wife), born Adlington
Francis Whiteside age 11, scholar, born Carleton
John Whiteside age 6, born Layton
Isabella Whiteside age 4, born Layton
Thomas Whiteside age 1, born Bispham
Dorothy Crookall age 23, House Servant, born Bispham
George Whiteside age 19, Farm Servant, born Layton

Marriage (from certificate)

Map showing location of All Hallows, Bispham Parish Church at nls.uk
Link to All Hallows, Bispham Parish Church at Old-Maps.co.uk
Google map showing All Hallows, Bispham Parish Church
George Whiteside married Ann Ormond (age 22) at the Parish Church, Bispham, 20th May 1854
Ann's father, George Ormond, labourer
George's father, Jonathan, labourer
Witnesses William Whiteside and Jane Ormond

1861 census
11 Cop Lane, Fleetwood
RG9 3150

Map showing Cop Lane, Fleetwood at nls.uk
Link to Cop Lane, Fleetwood at Old-Maps.co.uk
Google map showing Cop Lane,Fleetwood
George Whiteside age 29, Dock Labourer, born Layton
Ann Whiteside age 27, born Blackpool
Robert Whiteside age 6, born Blackpool
John Whiteside age 5, born Blackpool
George Whiteside age 3, born Fleetwood
Ellen Whiteside age 1 month, born Fleetwood
also, Ellen Ormond, lodger, age 61, born Bispham
[Ellen was George's mother-in-law]

1871 census
29 Lower Dock Street, Fleetwood

Map showing Lower Dock Street (now Mount Street) at nls.uk
Link to Lower Dock Street (now Mount Street) atOld-Maps.co.uk
Google map showing Lower Dock Street, Fleetwood
George Whiteside age 39 Railway porter, born Layton
Ann Whiteside age 37, born Blackpool
George, Whiteside age 12, errand boy, born Fleetwood
Ellen Whiteside age 10, scholar, born Fleetwood
Isabella Whiteside age 7, scholar, born Fleetwood
Thomas Whiteside age 4, scholar, born Fleetwood
Ann J Whiteside age 1, born Fleetwood

1881 census
22 Lower Dock Street, Fleetwood

Map showing Lower Dock Street (now Mount Street) at nls.uk
Link to Lower Dock Street (now Mount Street) atOld-Maps.co.uk
Google map showing Lower Dock Street, Fleetwood
George Whiteside age 49 Goods porter, born Layton
Ann Whiteside age 47, born Blackpool
John Whiteside age 25, dock labourer, born Blackpool
George, Whiteside age 22, rope maker, born Fleetwood
Thomas Whiteside age 14, general labourer, born Fleetwood
Ann Whiteside age 11, born Fleetwood
Jonathan Whiteside age 9, born Fleetwood

Ann's Death

From the Preston Chronicle and Lancashire Advertiser, 26th March 1887
"on the 16th inst., at 72, Poulton Street, Fleetwood, Ann, wife of George Whiteside, aged 53."

1891 Census

74 Poulton Street, Fleetwood

Map showing Poulton Street Fleetwood at nls.uk
Link to Poulton Street Fleetwood at Old-Maps.co.uk
Google map showing Poulton Street, Fleetwood
George Whiteside age 57, General Labourer, Born Layton
Isabella Whiteside (daughter) age 27, born Fleetwood
Ann Jane Whiteside (daughter) age 21, born Fleetwood
Jonathan Whiteside (son) age 19, born Fleetwood


1901 Census

74 Upper Poulton Street, Fleetwood

Map showing Upper Poulton Street Fleetwood at nls.uk
Link to Upper Poulton Street Fleetwood at Old-Maps.co.uk
Google map showing Poulton Street, Fleetwood
George Whiteside age 68, Stevedore, Born Layton
Isabella Whiteside (daughter) age 37, born Fleetwood
Jonathan Whiteside (son) age 29, General Labourer, born Fleetwood
Ann O Harrison (Grandaughter) age 16, Dressmaker, (own account) born Fleetwood
[Ann O Harrison was daughter of George's daughter Ellen (1861 - ) who was married to Albert Harrison from Whitstable]


1911 Census

13 Blackiston Street West, Fleetwood

Map showing Blakiston Street West Fleetwood at nls.uk
Link to Blakiston Street West Fleetwood at Old-Maps.co.uk
Google map showing Blakiston Street West, Fleetwood
Samuel Tilly age 39, timekeeper eng. dept. rly. co. born Fleetwood
Ann Jane Tilly age 41, married 11yrs, 4 children born alive, 3 still living, born Fleetwood
Ethel Tilly age 8, born Fleetwood
Elizabeth Tilly age 6, born Fleetwood
Constance Tilly age 3, born Fleetwood
Ann Ormond Harrison (niece) age 26, Dressmaker, born Fleetwood
George Whiteside age 79, widower, retired stevedore (china clay), Born Layton
[Ann Ormond Harrison was daughter of George's daughter Ellen (1861 - ) who was married to Albert Harrison from Whitstable]

Death

From the probate index -
"WHITESIDE George of 13 Blackiston Street Fleetwood Lancashire died 7 February 1912
Probate Lancaster 11 March to George Whiteside shunter and Thomas Whiteside labourer.
Effects £197 16s 8d "


Robert Whiteside


In Brief:


In detail:

Birth

Robert Whiteside was born on 22nd November 1854. His birth certificate shows the family at Baird's Cottage, Blackpool.


Baptism

Robert Whiteside was baptised on 17th December 1854 at St John the Evangelist, Blackpool.


1861 census
11 Cop Lane, Fleetwood

Map showing Cop Lane, Fleetwood at nls.uk
Link to Cop Lane, Fleetwood at Old-Maps.co.uk
Google map showing Cop Lane,Fleetwood

RG9 3150

George Whiteside age 29, Dock Labourer, born Layton
Ann Whiteside age 27, born Blackpool
Robert Whiteside age 6, born Blackpool
John Whiteside age 5, born Blackpool
George Whiteside age 3, born Fleetwood
Ellen Whiteside age 1 month, born Fleetwood
also, Ellen Ormond, lodger, age 61, born Bispham [George Whiteside's mother-in-law.]

1871 census
Whiteside's Farm, Thornton

Map showing Whitesides Farm, Thornton at nls.uk
Link to Whitesides Farm, Thornton at Old-Maps.co.uk
Google map showing approximate position of Whiteside's Farm, Thornton in 1871
Richard Lamb age 55, Farmer of 193 acres, born Cockerham
Nancy Lamb age 60, born Winmarleigh
John Lamb age 28, born Cockerham
Richard Lamb age 22, born Cockerham
Ellen Lamb age 18, born Cockerham
Elizabeth Green age 13, General servant domestic, born Carleton
Thomas Gardner age 26, Farm servant, born Thornton
John Sharples age age 21, Farm servant, born Thornton
Robert Whiteside age 16, Farm servant, born Blackpool
John Curwen age 14, Farm servant, born Thornton

Marriage

Robert Whiteside was married to Alice Wilson at the Parish Church, Fleetwood, on May 31st 1874.
From the certificate, Robert was a railway porter from Lower Dock Street, and his father was George Whiteside, also a railway porter.
Alice was daughter of James Wilson, a fisherman. They lived in Preston Street.

1881 census
55 Preston Street

Link to Preston Street, Fleetwood at nls.uk
Link to Preston Street, Fleetwood at Old-Maps.co.uk
Google map showing Preston Street, Fleetwood
Robert Whiteside age 26, Gas Stoker born Blackpool
Alice age 24, born Fleetwood
Elizabeth age 6 born Fleetwood
Zachariah age 4, born Fleetwood
George age2, born Fleetwood
James age 8 months, born Fleetwood

Jane Wilson, Boarder, age 17, India Rubber Works, born Fleetwood
Martha Wilson age 13, General Servant, born Fleetwood
Rachel Wilson age 9, born Fleetwood
[Jane, Martha and Rachel were Alice's sisters.]

1891 census
2 Palmerston Road, Garston

Link to Palmerston Road, Garston at nls.uk
Link to Palmerston Road, Garston at Old-Maps.co.uk
Google map showing Palmerston Road, Garston
Robert Whiteside age 36, Dock Labourer, born Blackpool
Alice Whiteside age 34, born Fleetwood
Elizabeth Whiteside age 16, born Fleetwood
Zachariah Whiteside age 14, Bar Boy, born Fleetwood
George Whiteside age 12, shop boy, born Fleetwood
James W. Whiteside age 10 born Fleetwood
Peter Whiteside age 8, born Fulton le Fylde
also, as boarders,
Richard Ince age 45, Engine Driver Railway, born London
Frank Ince age 12, born Wigan

Death

So far, I have not confirmed Robert's death, but I have not found him after the 1891 census.

1901 census

Link to Gilbert Street, Garston at nls.uk
Link to Gilbert Street, Garston at Old-Maps.co.uk
Google map showing Gilbert Street
Alice now head of the family at 10 Gilbert Street
Alice Whiteside age 44, born Fleetwood
George Whiteside age 22, Railway Platelayer, born Fleetwood
James Whiteside age 20, Railway Platelayer, born Fleetwood
Boarders:
Richard Ince (Widower) age 55, Railway Engine Driver, Born Camden, London
Charles Ince age 19, Ship's Carpenter, born Garston

1911 census

Link to Landskrona, (No 360, Fleetwood Road) at nls.uk
Link to Landskrona, (No 360, Fleetwood Road) at Old-Maps.co.uk
Map showing Landskrona, Fleetwood.
Alice living back in Fleetwood, with her parents, at the home of her sister, Elizabeth Ann, at "Landskrona", Fleetwood Road, Fleetwood.
John Peter Olsson, age 56, Shipping Clerk for chemical manufacturers, born Sweden, Naturalised British Subject
Elizabeth Ann Olsson, age 51, married 30 years with no children, born Fleetwood
James Wilson, (Elizabeth's father) age 75, Retired Fisherman, Born Banks,
Elizabeth Wilson, (Elizabeth's mother) age 74, Married 57 years, with 13 children from that marriage, 10 of whom still alive, born Banks
Alice Whiteside, Elizabeth Ann's sister, age 54, married 37 years, with 5 children from her marriage, all still alive, born Fleetwood
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Zachariah Whiteside


In Brief:


In detail:

Birth

Link to Preston Street, Fleetwood at nls.uk
Link to Preston Street, Fleetwood at Old-Maps.co.uk
Google map showing Preston Street, Fleetwood
18th May 1876, at 41 Preston Street, Fleetwood, Lancs.
Parents Alice Whiteside (formerly Wilson) and Robert Whiteside, Carter. Registered 2nd June 1876

1881 census
55 Preston Street

Link to Preston Street, Fleetwood at nls.uk
Link to Preston Street, Fleetwood at Old-Maps.co.uk
Google map showing Preston Street, Fleetwood
Robert Whiteside age 26, Gas Stoker born Blackpool
Alice Whiteside age 24, born Fleetwood
Elizabeth Whiteside age 6 born Fleetwood
Zachariah Whiteside age 4, born Fleetwood
George Whiteside age2, born Fleetwood
James Whiteside age 8 months, born Fleetwood

Jane Wilson, Boarder, age 17, India Rubber Works, born Fleetwood
Martha Wilson age 13, General Servant, born Fleetwood
Rachel Wilson age 9, born Fleetwood
Jane, Martha and Rachel were Alice's sisters.


1891 census

Link to Palmerston Road, Garston at nls.uk
Link to Palmerston Road, Garston at Old-Maps.co.uk
Google map showing Palmerston Road, Garston

2 Palmerston Road, Garston

Robert Whiteside age 36, Dock Labourer, born Blackpool
Alice Whiteside age 34, born Fleetwood
Elizabeth Whitesideage 16, born Fleetwood
Zachariah Whiteside age 14, Bar Boy, born Fleetwood
George Whitesideage 12, shop boy, born Fleetwood
James W. Whiteside age 10 born Fleetwood
Peter Whiteside age 8, born Fulton (Poulton?) le Fylde
also, as boarders,
Richard Ince age 45, Engine Driver Railway, born London
Frank Ince age 12, born Wigan

Marriage


Zachariah Whiteside was married to Jane Gerrard on 27th November 1898 at Garston Church (St Michael's).
Jane was a spinster, living at 32 St Mary's Road, Garston.
Jane's father was Thomas Gerrard, Glass Maker, and Zachariah's father is described as Robert Whiteside, labourer.
The witnesses at the wedding were George Whiteside and Elizabeth Ann Whiteside.
[NB Zachariah is spelled Zechariah on the certificate, but this is the only document I've seen where this is the case.]


1901 census

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7 Woodger Street, Garston
RG13 3507

Zachariah Whiteside age 24, Fireman Railway, born Fleetwood
Jane Whiteside age 25, born St Helens
George Whiteside age 1, born Garston
James W. Whiteside, age 11 months, born Garston


1911 census

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6 Byron Street, Garston
stated as having 4 rooms

Zachariah Whiteside age 34, Locomotive Fireman, born Fleetwood
Jane Whiteside age 35, born Sutton
(married 12 years, with 7 children born to the marriage and 7 still alive)
George Whiteside age 11, born Garston
James Whiteside, age 10, born Garston
William Whiteside, age 8, born Garston
Peter Whiteside, age 7, born Garston
Annie Whiteside, age 4, born Garston
Alice Whiteside, age 2, born Garston
Richard Whiteside, age 5 months, born Garston


Zachariah died on 8th September 1952 at 4 Danefield Road, Allerton, Liverpool.



Edna Whiteside (1920 - 2009)


My mother, Edna Whiteside, was born in Garston on 14th July 1920.
She married my father, Thomas Edward Abbott (1913 - 1985) on 19th October 1940.

Her siblings were:
George Whiteside (1900 - 1918)
James Wilson Whiteside (1900 - 1979) [husband of Elinor H. Newall]
William Gerrard Whiteside (1902 - 1978) [husband of Jane F. Potts]
Peter Whiteside (1904 - 1943) [husband of Ethel Mary Kinnersley]
Annie Elizabeth Whiteside (1906 - ) [wife of William Johnson]
Alice Wilson Whiteside (1908 - 1985) [wife of Arthur Bridge]
Richard Wood Whiteside (1910 - 1997) [wife of Margaret Ashcroft]
Thomas Albert Whiteside (1912 - 1914)
Dorothy May Whiteside (1915 - 1990) [wife of Peter McNally]
Margaret Nora Whiteside (1918 - 2007) [wife of William Armitage]

Link to 4 Danefield Road, Allerton at nls.uk
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Google map showing 4 Danefield Road, Allerton
The Whiteside family moved from Garston to 4 Danefield Road, Allerton, Liverpool in 1926.
As the youngest of the family, Edna and husband Thomas (Ted) Abbott, stayed in the house and looked after her mother, Jane, until she died in 1950, and her father, Zachariah until his death in 1952. Edna and Ted took over the rental of the house, eventually purchasing it from the council.

Edna finally left the house in 2003 and moved to a flat in Bebington, Wirral.

In 2006 she moved to a care home in Wallasey.

Edna Abbott (née Whiteside) died on 14th October 2009.