James Baxendell 1794-1840
James Baxendell was the second son of Joseph Baxendell and Kitty/Catherine Brindle. He was christened 14th September 1794 at St. Margaret’s Church, Hollinwood, Oldham, Lancashire. He married Sarah Ann Pirkin on 14th July 1831 at Manchester Cathedral. Pigots 1830 Directory of Lancashire records him as a Coal Dealer and also a Corn and Flour Dealer, of 5 Ducie Street, Manchester.
At his death in 1844, he was the Publican at the Stag and Pheasant,
Ashton Street, Manchester. He died 11 June 1844, aged 49, of "General Dropsy",
attended by his younger brother Joseph.
"Ashton Street joined London Road opposite Granby Row, and when this street was built over (the coming of the London Road Railway Station) one of the casualties was the Stag and Pheasant which had opened in the 1820s" – Old Pubs of Ancoats, author and publisher: Neil Richardson.
His wife, Sarah Ann died in 1845, Manchester.
They had two daughters and one son:
Ellen Baxendell born 23rd June 1834, Manchester. (married Peter Lawton 1859)
Sarah Ann Baxendell christened 13th Sep. 1838, Manchester Cathedral. (married?n.k. 1848,Manchester)
James Baxendell christened 13th Mar. 1836 Manchester Cathedral.
Extract fom Bishop’s Transcripts-St. Margarets