James Chatten
(Abt 1853-1925)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Bridget or Jane Watson

James Chatten

  • Born: Abt 1853, Yorkshire?
  • Marriage (1): Bridget or Jane Watson on 29 Sep 1888 in Croft, Lincolnshire
  • Died: 1925 aged about 72
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bullet  General Notes:

Marriages Sep qtr 1888 Chatten James // Watson Bridget Spilsby 7a 941
married in Croft, Lincolnshire

shown on marriage as age 35, widower occupation labourer.
Father's details not shown so was mother unmarried ?
dob from marriage details is abt 1853

Pickering Union Workhouse records but dob looks wrong
Date Forename Surname Calling Religion Date of birth Parish Parent Admitted/Discharged, etc. Observations Source
19 Dec 1891 John James Chatten? Lab C of E 1833 Newton Admitted A&D 1887-94
21 Dec 1891 John James Chatten? Newton Discharged Lunatic A&D 1887-94

is it this James shown on 1901 census rg13 4439 29 3 in Clifton, Yorkshire ?
resident of North Riding Lunatic Asylum
Shown as age 47 birthplace Pickering,Yorkshire, married, retired Ironstone miner

Clifton,Yorkshire is near Brighouse and 70 miles from Newton On Rawcliffe

Pickering is abt 4 miles from Newton On Rawcliffe

1911 census North Riding Lunatic Asylum , Clifton
Name Relation Age Gender Marital Status Occupation Birth Place Infirmity
J Chatten Patient 58 Male Married Miner & Labourer Not Known Lunatic

Address Clifton York
County Yorkshire, Yorkshire (East Riding)
Archive reference RG14
Registration district York
Registration district number 517
Enumeration district 5
District number 5
Sub district Skelton

is this
Deaths Jun qtr 1925 Chatten James 72 York 9d 8

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bullet  Documentary notes:



1. Marriage, 29 Sep 1888, Croft, Lincolnshire. ----------click picture to the right to view


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James married Bridget or Jane Watson on 29 Sep 1888 in Croft, Lincolnshire. (Bridget or Jane Watson was born in 1849 in Newton, Yorkshire and died in 1915.)


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