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Isabella Tetley

b. 28 December 1849
Father*William Tetley b. 2 Feb 1813, d. 1875
Mother*Isabella Walker b. 1815, d. 1890
Birth*28 December 1849 Isabella Tetley was born on 28 December 1849 at Leeds, Yorkshire, England.1 
Baptism7 February 1850 She was baptized on 7 February 1850 at St Augustines, Everton, Liverpool, Lancashire.
 
(Witness) Census1851 She appeared on the census of 1851 in the household of William Tetley at 6 Canterbury Street, Islington, Liverpool, Lancashire; William Tetley, head, 38, brewer.Born Armley, Leeds
Isabella Tetley, wife, 36. Born Worth
Samuel B, son, 14, scholar
Sarah A, daughter, 12, scholar
Catherine, daughter, 9, scholar
Louisa, daughter, 7, scholar
William, son, 3
Isabella, daughter,1
Catherine Tetley, gran, widow. 69. Formerly Leeds. 
Census*1861 Isabella Tetleyappeared in the 1861 census at Saint Johns, Wakefield, Yorkshire. James Aspdin, head, mar, 46, cement manufacturer. Born Leeds
Louisa, wife, mar, 40. Born Wortley near Leeds
Isabella Tetley, relative, unm, 11, scholar. Born Liverpool
Louisa Walker, relative, unm, 21. Born Wortley near Leeds
Ellen Bateson, visitor, unm, 21. Born Leeds

(Louisa Aspdin is most likely Isabella Tetley's mother's sister. Both Isabella Tetley's mother, also Isabella Walker, and Louisa Aspdin were born in Wortley.).
 
Marriage*1876 She married John Arthur Connor in 1876 at Wakefield, Yorkshire.
 
Census*1881 Isabella Tetley and John Arthur Connor appeared on the census of 1881 at Saint Johns, Wakefield, Yorkshire; Enumerated as John A Connor, head, mar, 29, estate agent. Born Wakefield
Isabella,wife, mar, 31. Born Liverpool
Mary I Connor, daughter, 3. Born Wakefield
Cathleen Connor, daughter, 5 months. Born Wakefield. 
Census*1891 Isabella Tetleyappeared in the 1891 census at Saint Johns, Wakefield, Yorkshire. Isabella Connor, head,widow, 41. Living on own means. Born Liverpool
Mary I, daughter, unm, 13. Born Wakefield
Kathleen, daughter, unm, 10. Born Wakefield
Nora, daughter, unm, 7. Born Wakefield
Jessie M, 5,Born Wakefield.
 
Census*1901 Sheappeared in the 1901 census at 12 North Row, Wakefield, Yorkshire. Isabella Connor, head,widow, 51. Living on own means. Born Liverpool
Mary I, daughter, unm, 23. Born Wakefield
Kathleen, daughter, unm, 20. Born Wakefield
Nora, daughter, unm, 17. Born Wakefield
Jessie M, 15,Born Wakefield.
 

Family

John Arthur Connor b. 1852, d. 15 Jul 1889
Marriage*1876 She married John Arthur Connor in 1876 at Wakefield, Yorkshire.
 
Children
Last Edited29 Dec 2016

Citations

  1. [S10] Andrews Newspaper Index Cards 1790-1976.

Arthur Joshua Tetley

b. 27 March 1851, d. 2 December 1923
Tetley, Arthur Joshua
Father*Francis William Tetley b. 24 Oct 1817, d. 22 Jan 1883
Mother*Isabella Maxwell Ryder b. 1826, d. 20 Sep 1912
Birth*27 March 1851 Arthur Joshua Tetley was born on 27 March 1851 at Ridge House, Leeds, Yorkshire;
March 27th, at Ridge House, Leeds, the wife of F W Tetley, of a son.1 
(Witness) Census1851 He appeared on the census of 1851 in the household of Francis William Tetley and Isabella Maxwell Ryder at Ridge House, Woodhouse Lane, West Leeds, Leeds, Yorkshire;
Francis Wm Tetley, head, 33, Brewer. With his partner employing 38 men. Born Leeds
Isabella M, wife, 24. Born London
Charles F, son 2, Born Leeds
Marianne, daughter 1,
unnamed Tetley, son, under 1 month. Born Leeds.
 
(Witness) Census1861 Arthur Joshua Tetley appeared on the census of 1861 in the household of Francis William Tetley at Highfield House, Moor Road, Headingley, Leeds, Yorkshire;
Francis W Tetley, head, m, 43. Brewer and Maltster, 124 hands. Born Leeds
Isabella M Tetley, wife, 35. Born London
Charles F, son, 12, scholar
Marcerel Tetley, daughter, 11, scholar
Arthur J, son, 10
William, son, 8
Frank, son, 7
Helen Mary, daughter, 5
Louisa, daughter, 3
Eliza, daughter, 2
Bertha, daughter, 6 months
All children born in Leeds. 
Milit-Beg*December 1868  Royal Military College. Tetley, A.J. successful candidate for admission to the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, December 1868.2 
Occupation*24 January 1870 Royal Military College, List B. The following gentleman cadets have been found qualified for commissions by purchase. Tetley, A.J., gentleman cadet.3 
Marriage*1 May 1877 Married Isabella Sarah Alfree on 1 May 1877 at Dharmsala, Punjab, India;
Tetley and Douglas - May 1 at Dharmsala, Punjaub, India, A.J. Tetley, Lieut. 81st Regt., second son of F W Tetley, of Fox Hill, Weetwood, Leeds, to Isabella, widow of the late W Douglas, Capt 33rd Madras Native Infantry, and daughter of Rev W E Alfree, Vicar of Narburgh-with-Narford, Suffolk.4
 
Census*1881 Arthur Joshua Tetley and Isabella Sarah Alfree appeared on the census of 1881 at Manor House, Milton, Adderbury, Oxfordshire; Arthur Joshua Tetley, head, mar, 30. Captain, half pay (41st Reg). Born Leeds
Isabella Sarah, wife, 32. Born Iford, Sussex
Maud, daughter, 3. Born Lucknow, India
Daisy, daughter,1. Born Worton, Oxfordshire
Arthur Stanley,son, 9 mths. Born Milton, Oxfordshire. 
Note*1 July 1896 Assault at a Cricket Club Meeting -
On Wednesday, at the Lichfield County Petty Sessions, Captain Arthur Joshua Tetley, of Lynn Hall, Shenstone, a well known local cricketer, was summoned for assaulting Edwin Albert Hawkins, traveller for the Lichfield City Brewer Company, residing at Shenstone. Mr H Russell, solicitor, appeared in support of the summons, and explained that complainant and defendant were members of Shenstone Cricket Club, defendant being captain, and complainant a member of the committee. On Monday evening there was a meeting of the club, at the National Schools, Shenstone, and the question of making arrangements for future matches was gone into. In the course of discussion, complainant had occasion to seriously remonstrate with Captain Tetley as to the way in which previous matches had been arranged. Defendant instead of giving a civil explanation, at once jumped up and struck complainant a violent blow in the left eye, following it up with three or four blows on the head and elsewhere. Complainant gave evidence bearing out this statement and said he and defendant called each other liars before any blow was struck. Defendant admitted striking complainant but said Hawkins had accused him of influencing a member, and twice called him a liar. The magistrate expressed an opinion that it was a gross assault, and fined defendant 5pds including costs. 
Death*2 December 1923 Arthur Joshua died on 2 December 1923 at Iford House, Bedford, at age 72; Tetley, on the 2nd December at Iford House, Bedford, Arthur William Tetley, Capt, retired, late 81st Reg (now Loyal North Lancs) and 2nd Battn. Durham Light Infantry, second son of the late F W Tetley of Fox Hill, Weetwood, near Leeds. Aged 72. Funeral at Meanwood Church, near Leeds, today (Wednesday).5 
Probate*15 April 1924 Tetley, Arthur Joshua of 2 St Michael's Road, Bedford, died 2 December 1923. Administration London, 15 April to Isabella Sarah Tetley, widow. Effects 185pds 2s 11d.6 

Family

Isabella Sarah Alfree b. 6 Nov 1848, d. 2 May 1934
Marriage*1 May 1877 Married Isabella Sarah Alfree on 1 May 1877 at Dharmsala, Punjab, India;
Tetley and Douglas - May 1 at Dharmsala, Punjaub, India, A.J. Tetley, Lieut. 81st Regt., second son of F W Tetley, of Fox Hill, Weetwood, Leeds, to Isabella, widow of the late W Douglas, Capt 33rd Madras Native Infantry, and daughter of Rev W E Alfree, Vicar of Narburgh-with-Narford, Suffolk.4
 
Children
Last Edited26 Jul 2013

Citations

  1. [S10] Daily News, 5 April 1851.
  2. [S10] The Times, January 1 1869, page 10.
  3. [S10] The Times, 24 January 1870, page 11.
  4. [S10] Freemans Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser,18 June 1877.
  5. [S10] The Times, 5 December 1923.
  6. [S10] Probate Indexes.
  7. [S10] Jackson's Oxford Journal, 9 Sept 1882.

William Tetley

b. 8 June 1852, d. 21 November 1923
Tetley, William born 1852
Father*Francis William Tetley b. 24 Oct 1817, d. 22 Jan 1883
Mother*Isabella Maxwell Ryder b. 1826, d. 20 Sep 1912
Birth*8 June 1852 William Tetley was born on 8 June 1852 at Ridge House, Leeds, Yorkshire; On the 8th inst, at Ridge-house, Leeds, the wife of F.W. Tetley, of a son.1 
(Witness) Census1861 He appeared on the census of 1861 in the household of Francis William Tetley at Highfield House, Moor Road, Headingley, Leeds, Yorkshire;
Francis W Tetley, head, m, 43. Brewer and Maltster, 124 hands. Born Leeds
Isabella M Tetley, wife, 35. Born London
Charles F, son, 12, scholar
Marcerel Tetley, daughter, 11, scholar
Arthur J, son, 10
William, son, 8
Frank, son, 7
Helen Mary, daughter, 5
Louisa, daughter, 3
Eliza, daughter, 2
Bertha, daughter, 6 months
All children born in Leeds. 
Emigration*1869 William Tetley emigrated in 1869; William came to Australia as a seventeen year old in 1869 to a friend of his parents, Benjamin Crosthwaite. Later they took up the run “Rocklands” north of Camooweal. Crosthwaite was already established at “Headingly” which was 125 miles further south.2 
Census*1881 William Tetleyappeared in the 1881 census at Fox Hill, Adel Road, Headingley cum Burley, Leeds, Yorkshire. Frank Tetley, son, unm, 27. Brewer. Born Leeds
Louisa Tetley, daughter, unm, 23. Born Leeds
Lucy R Tetley, daughter 15, scholar. Born Leeds
Edith, daughter, 13, scholar. Born Leeds
Maxwell, son, 7. Born Leeds
William, son, mar, 28, farmer (Australia). Born Leeds
Kate M Tetley, daughter in law, mar, 23. Farmer's wife (Australia) Born London
Eliza Ryder, sister in law, unm, 56. Born London
+ governess, butler, cook, nurse, groom, 5 maids.
 
Death*21 November 1923 William died on 21 November 1923 at Weetwood, Surrey Hills, Melbourne, Australia, at age 71;
Tetley, on the 21 November at Weetwood, Surrey Hills, Melbourne, Australia. William Tetley, third son of the late F W Tetley of Fox Hill, Leeds. Aged 71.3 
Note* Joan Hall (nee Serman), William's youngest grandchild, has his diary for 1877- 1878 when he drove cattle from Blackall to “Rocklands”

He would have met the Noyes through introductions from his mother’s family, the Ryders.

In 1878 he mentions coming south by ship from Rockhampton and “camping” in South Yarra with Arthur Noyes.

He bought a property at Kergunyah, (still known as Tetley’s paddock on the parish plan) north east of Wangaratta in Victoria and married Kate Noyes. Francis (Frank) was the first born and unfortunately was born 9/10ths blind, probably from German measles. These and other difficulties caused them to move to the more settled area of Stratford in eastern Victoria where they were for ten years. Doris Serman, the youngest of their six children, was born in Melbourne as the family was moving to Keewong, west of Cobar. This was a larger property owned by a consortium which William Tetley acted as part owner and manager. This was the time of property devaluation in Australia when many people lost fortunes and was a very difficult time.

The family was there for ten years suffering droughts for the final seven years and left in their horse drawn wagons in floods! They moved to Frankston, Victoria to farm for ten years and then to Berwick for a final 10 years. William retired to 100 Warrigul Rd Surrey Hills in the very early 1920s where he died.

Frank retired to a cottage on Olivers Hill, Frankston. He was able to manage his disability in a remarkable fashion using public transport. For example, he kept the eucalypts coppiced at Surrey hills where they formed a back-drop to the garden and built a high paling fence around the property.

Their second son, Wilfred, returned from the first World War to farm near Wangaratta Their third son, Norman. was killed at Lone Pine, Gallipolli in 1915. Before the war he farmed on King Island

The eldest daughter E.M. (Madge) married Oswald Gibson. son of a pioneering pastoral family in Queensland and had a daughter and son, Jim Gibson who farms near Strathbogie, Victoria

Their youngest daughter, Doris married Eric Richard Francis Serman and lived in Melbourne, while Florence did not marry.2 

Family

Children
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Citations

  1. [S10] Morning Chronicle, 12 June 1852.
  2. [S10] From the Website -
    http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rftetley/…
  3. [S10] The Times, 5 December 1923.

Nicholas Smith Glazebrook

b. 12 August 1814, d. 14 July 1900
Birth*12 August 1814 Nicholas Smith Glazebrook was born on 12 August 1814. 
Marriage*20 September 1853 Married Sarah Anne Tetley on 20 September 1853 at Parish Church, West Derby; Liverpool Mercury etc, 27 September 1853
Sept 20 at the parish church, West Derby, Nicholas Smith Glazebrook, of West Derby, to Sarah Anne, second daughter of Richard Tetley, of Fremont, West Derby. 
(Witness) Probate9 March 1858 Nicholas Smith Glazebrook witnessed the Probate of Richard Tetley on 9 March 1858 at Liverpool, Lancashire; Richard Tetley of Liverpool, merchant who died at West Derby, Liverpool on 4 February 1858 left an estate valued at under 45,000pds. Executors: Fancis Shand, merchant, Thomas Wilkinson Tetley, brother, cotton broker of Liverpool; Nicholas Smith Glazebrook, surgeon of West Derby. 
Death*14 July 1900 Nicholas Smith died on 14 July 1900 at age 85; Glazebrook - July 14, at Hayman's Green, West Derby, in his 87h year. Nicholas Smith Glazebrook, MRCS. Funeral service at West Derby Parish Church, tomorrow (Tuesday) at two o clock. Interment at Knotty Ash Church at 2.45 p.m.
Liverpool Mercury, Monday July 16 1900. 

Family

Sarah Anne Tetley b. 18 Jun 1826, d. 1907
Children
Last Edited7 Feb 2009

Citations

  1. [S10] Richard Tetley Glazebrook. 1854-1935
    Rayleigh G. Strutt and F. J. Selby
    Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society, Vol. 2, No. 5 (Dec., 1936), pp. 29-56
    Published by: The Royal Society.

Helen Mary Tetley

b. 25 June 1855, d. 15 May 1939
Father*Francis William Tetley b. 24 Oct 1817, d. 22 Jan 1883
Mother*Isabella Maxwell Ryder b. 1826, d. 20 Sep 1912
Birth*25 June 1855 Helen Mary Tetley was born on 25 June 1855 at Ridge House, Leeds, Yorkshire; Tetley - June 25, at Ridge House, Leeds, the wife of F W Tetley, of a daughter.1 
(Witness) Census1861 She appeared on the census of 1861 in the household of Francis William Tetley at Highfield House, Moor Road, Headingley, Leeds, Yorkshire;
Francis W Tetley, head, m, 43. Brewer and Maltster, 124 hands. Born Leeds
Isabella M Tetley, wife, 35. Born London
Charles F, son, 12, scholar
Marcerel Tetley, daughter, 11, scholar
Arthur J, son, 10
William, son, 8
Frank, son, 7
Helen Mary, daughter, 5
Louisa, daughter, 3
Eliza, daughter, 2
Bertha, daughter, 6 months
All children born in Leeds. 
(Witness) Census1871 Helen Mary Tetley appeared on the census of 1871 in the household of Francis William Tetley and Isabella Maxwell Ryder at Fox Hill, Headingley with Burley, Leeds, Yorkshire; Francis W Tetley, head, mar, 53. Brewer. Born Leeds
Isabella M, wife, 44
Helen M, daughter, 15. Born Leeds
Louisa, daughter, 13, scholar. Born Leeds
Eliza, daughter, 12, scholar. Born Leeds
Lucy R, daughter, 5, scholar. Born Leeds
Edith I, daughter, 3. Born Leeds
Edmund H, son, 2. Born Leeds
Sarah Ryder, aunt, unm. 77. Lady. Born London
Mary I Tetley, visitor, unm, 38. Lady. Born Liverpool, Lancashire. 
Marriage*8 August 1883 Married William Warwick Wagstaffe on 8 August 1883 at All Saints Church, Branksome Park, Bournemouth;
On the 8th August, at All Saints, Branksome Park, Bournemouth, by the Rev C G Doyne, MA, Vicar, William Warwick Wagstaffe, BA, FRCS, late of St Thomas' Hospital, to Helen Mary, daughter of the late Francis William Tetley, Esq, of Fox HIll, Weetwood, near Leeds. No cards.2 
Census*1891 Helen Mary Tetley appeared on the census of 1891 at Purleigh, Sevenoaks, Kent; William W Wagstaffe, head, mar, 48, retired surgeon (registered). Born Lambeth, London
Helen M, wife, 35. Born Leeds
William W, son, 5. Born Sevenoaks
Eliza Wagstaffe, mother, widow, 89. Born Purleigh, Essex. 
Census*1901 She and William Warwick Wagstaffe appeared on the census of 1901 at Purleigh, Sevenoaks, Kent; William W Wagstaffe, head, mar, 58, retired surgeon. Born Lambeth, London
Helen M, wife, 45. Born Leeds
Maria Noneggar, boarder, single, boarder, 26, lady secretary. Born Switzerland (swiss subject). 
Death*15 May 1939 Helen Mary Tetley died on 15 May 1939 at age 83- Wagstaffe - On May 15 1939, at 162 Banbury Road, Oxford, Helen Mary, widow of William Warwick Wagstaffe, FRCS. Aged 84.3 

Family

William Warwick Wagstaffe b. c 1842, d. 22 Jan 1910
Marriage*8 August 1883 Married William Warwick Wagstaffe on 8 August 1883 at All Saints Church, Branksome Park, Bournemouth;
On the 8th August, at All Saints, Branksome Park, Bournemouth, by the Rev C G Doyne, MA, Vicar, William Warwick Wagstaffe, BA, FRCS, late of St Thomas' Hospital, to Helen Mary, daughter of the late Francis William Tetley, Esq, of Fox HIll, Weetwood, near Leeds. No cards.2 
Child
Last Edited3 Jun 2008

Citations

  1. [S10] Daily News, 28 June 1855.
  2. [S10] The Times,13 August 1883, page 1.
  3. [S10] The Times, 18 May 1939, page 1.

Cecilia Jane Pitman

b. 1836, d. 5 June 1904
Birth*1836 Cecilia Jane Pitman was born in 1836 at Stourbridge, Worcester. 
Marriage*16 December 1856 She married Thomas Wilkinson Tetley, son of Richard Tetley and Sarah Wilkinson, on 16 December 1856 at Parish Church, Old Swinford, Worcestershire,-
On the 16th inst at the parish church of Old Swinford, Worcestershire, by the Rev C P Shepherd, MA, cousin of the bride, T. Wilkinson, eldest son of Richard Tetley, Esq of Fremont, West Derby, Lancashire, to Cecilia Jane, youngest daughter of Joseph Pitman, Esq, the Hill, near Stourbridge.1 
Census*1891 Cecilia Jane Pitman appeared on the census of 1891 at 5 Westminster Road, Claughton, Cheshire; Cecilia J Tetley, head, mar, 54, living on her own means. Born The Hill near Stourbridge, Worcestershire
Annie, daughter, unm, 26. Born Bidston, Cheshire
George H, son, 19, marine insurance clerk. Born Bidston
Albert E, son, 17, Warehouse clerk. Born Bidston
+ cook and housemaid/waitress. 
Census*1901 She and Thomas Wilkinson Tetley appeared on the census of 1901 at Firwood, Bidston, Cheshire; Thomas W Tetley, head, 76, lving on own means. Born Everton, Liverpool
Cecilia J Tetley, wife, 64. Born Stourbridge, Worcester
Florence M Tetley, daughter unm, 22. Born Bidston, Cheshire. 
Death*5 June 1904 Cecilia Jane died on 5 June 1904 at Claughton, Cheshire.2 
Probate*29 July 1904 Mrs Cecilia Jane Tetley, deceased. Late of "Firwood", Eleanor-road, Bidston in the county of Chester, Widow. Died 5 June 1904. Will proved by Sir Robert Alfred Hampson, Knight, the sole executor therein named in the Principal Probate Registry on 29 July 1904.3 

Family

Thomas Wilkinson Tetley b. c 1825, d. 20 Nov 1903
Children
Last Edited4 Apr 2010

Citations

  1. [S10] The Times,18 Dec 1856.
  2. [S38] England and Wales, Civil Registration, Free BMDs online 1837 -1983, Original data: Microfilm and microfiche of the England and Wales, Civil Registration Indexes created by the General Register Office, in London, England., Deaths June 1904 Birkenhead 8a 316 aged 68. Hereinafter cited as Free BMDs.
  3. [S10] Probate Indexes 1904.
  4. [S38] England and Wales, Civil Registration, Free BMDs online 1837 -1983, Original data: Microfilm and microfiche of the England and Wales, Civil Registration Indexes created by the General Register Office, in London, England., Births Wirral Dec 1859 8a 368. Hereinafter cited as Free BMDs.
  5. [S38] England and Wales, Civil Registration, Free BMDs online 1837 -1983, Original data: Microfilm and microfiche of the England and Wales, Civil Registration Indexes created by the General Register Office, in London, England., Births Jun 1867 Birkenhead 8a 502. Hereinafter cited as Free BMDs.
  6. [S38] England and Wales, Civil Registration, Free BMDs online 1837 -1983, Original data: Microfilm and microfiche of the England and Wales, Civil Registration Indexes created by the General Register Office, in London, England., Births Dec 1872 Birkenhead 8a 485. Hereinafter cited as Free BMDs.
  7. [S38] England and Wales, Civil Registration, Free BMDs online 1837 -1983, Original data: Microfilm and microfiche of the England and Wales, Civil Registration Indexes created by the General Register Office, in London, England., Births Mar 1874 Birkenhead 8a 530. Hereinafter cited as Free BMDs.
  8. [S38] England and Wales, Civil Registration, Free BMDs online 1837 -1983, Original data: Microfilm and microfiche of the England and Wales, Civil Registration Indexes created by the General Register Office, in London, England., Births Mar 1876 Birkenhead 8a 515. Hereinafter cited as Free BMDs.

Arthur Wilkinson Tetley

b. 5 August 1858
Tetley, Arthur Wilkinson 1889
Father*Thomas Wilkinson Tetley b. c 1825, d. 20 Nov 1903
Mother*Cecilia Jane Pitman b. 1836, d. 5 Jun 1904
Birth*5 August 1858 Arthur Wilkinson Tetley was born on 5 August 1858 at Lechlade, Claughton, Cheshire; Morning Chronicle, 9 August 1858
On the 5th inst, at Lechlade, Claughton, Mrs T. Wilkinson Tetley, of a son. 
(Witness) Census1881 He appeared on the census of 1881 in the household of Thomas Wilkinson Tetley at 4 & 5 Westminster Road, Claughton, Cheshire;
Thos Wilkinson Tetley, head, mar, 56, cotton broker (steam and sail ship owner). Born Liverpool
Cecilia J Tetley, wife, mar, 44. Born Stourbridge
Arthur W, son, unm, 22. Student of Law. Born Claughton, Birkenhead, Cheshire
Joseph P Tetley, son, unm, 21. Clerk to his father. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
William R Tetley, son, unm, 20. Clerk to his father. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
Edith W Tetley, daughter, unm, 14, scholar. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
Amy G Tetley, daughter, unm, 12, scholar. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
George H Tetley, son, 9, scholar. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
Albert E Tetley, son, 8, scholar. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
Charles H Tetley, 6, son. Scholar. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
James Fayer Tetley, 4, son. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
Florence M Tetley, daughter, 2, infant. Born Claughton, Birkehnead. 
Criminal*1889 Arthur Wilkinson Tetley was Plead guilty to forgery and uttering and sentenced to two years in prison in 1889 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Emigration*1905 A Wilkinson Tetley, single, artist left Liverpool for Sydney aboard the SS Afric on 13 April 1905.1 
Last Edited30 Jul 2011

Citations

  1. [S10] Findmypast.com - Migration records.

Eliza Tetley

b. 27 January 1859, d. 25 October 1919
Tetley, Eliza b1859
Father*Francis William Tetley b. 24 Oct 1817, d. 22 Jan 1883
Mother*Isabella Maxwell Ryder b. 1826, d. 20 Sep 1912
Birth*27 January 1859 Eliza Tetley was born on 27 January 1859 at Moor-house, Headingley, near Leeds, Yorkshire; Tetley - Jan 27th at Moor-house, Headingley, near Leeds, the wife of F W Tetley, of a daughter.1 
(Witness) Census1861 She appeared on the census of 1861 in the household of Francis William Tetley at Highfield House, Moor Road, Headingley, Leeds, Yorkshire;
Francis W Tetley, head, m, 43. Brewer and Maltster, 124 hands. Born Leeds
Isabella M Tetley, wife, 35. Born London
Charles F, son, 12, scholar
Marcerel Tetley, daughter, 11, scholar
Arthur J, son, 10
William, son, 8
Frank, son, 7
Helen Mary, daughter, 5
Louisa, daughter, 3
Eliza, daughter, 2
Bertha, daughter, 6 months
All children born in Leeds. 
(Witness) Census1871 Eliza Tetley appeared on the census of 1871 in the household of Francis William Tetley and Isabella Maxwell Ryder at Fox Hill, Headingley with Burley, Leeds, Yorkshire; Francis W Tetley, head, mar, 53. Brewer. Born Leeds
Isabella M, wife, 44
Helen M, daughter, 15. Born Leeds
Louisa, daughter, 13, scholar. Born Leeds
Eliza, daughter, 12, scholar. Born Leeds
Lucy R, daughter, 5, scholar. Born Leeds
Edith I, daughter, 3. Born Leeds
Edmund H, son, 2. Born Leeds
Sarah Ryder, aunt, unm. 77. Lady. Born London
Mary I Tetley, visitor, unm, 38. Lady. Born Liverpool, Lancashire. 
Death*25 October 1919 Eliza died on 25 October 1919 at Dorset at age 60; Bryden - On the 25th Oct of pneumonia, Eliza, dearly loved wife of Charles C Bryden, The Moors, Parkstone, Dorset and daughter of the late F W Tetley, Fox Hill, Leeds. Funeral at Parkstone, Friday next.2 

Family

Child
Last Edited22 Sep 2013

Citations

  1. [S10] Daily News, 1 February 1859.
  2. [S10] The Times, 27 Oct 1919.
  3. [S10] The Times,Wednesday 19 March 1890
    Bryden, 15th March, at Sorrento, Ditton-hill, Surrey, the wife of Charles C Bryden, of a daughter.

William Rimington Tetley

b. 21 September 1860
Father*Thomas Wilkinson Tetley b. c 1825, d. 20 Nov 1903
Mother*Cecilia Jane Pitman b. 1836, d. 5 Jun 1904
Birth*21 September 1860 William Rimington Tetley was born on 21 September 1860 at Claughton, Cheshire; Tetley - on the 21st inst, at Claughton, Cheshire, Mrs T Wilkinson Tetley, of a son.1 
(Witness) Census1871 He appeared on the census of 1871 in the household of Thomas Wilkinson Tetley at Westminster Road, 5 St Aidan's Terrace, Claughton, Bidston, Birkenhead, Cheshire;
Thomas W Tetley, head, mar, 45, cotton broker, shipowner and landowner. Born Liverpool
Cecilia Jane, wife, 34, landowner. Born Stourbridge
William R, son, 10. Born Bidston
Cecilia F, daughter, 9, born Bidston
Marion M, daughter, 7. Born Bidston
Annie, daughter, 6. Born Bidston
Edith W, daughter, 4. Born Bidston
Amy Gertrude, daughter, 2, born Bidston
+ governess, cook, waitress, housemaid, nurse, undernurse, under housemaid.
 
(Witness) Census1881 William Rimington Tetley appeared on the census of 1881 in the household of Thomas Wilkinson Tetley at 4 & 5 Westminster Road, Claughton, Cheshire;
Thos Wilkinson Tetley, head, mar, 56, cotton broker (steam and sail ship owner). Born Liverpool
Cecilia J Tetley, wife, mar, 44. Born Stourbridge
Arthur W, son, unm, 22. Student of Law. Born Claughton, Birkenhead, Cheshire
Joseph P Tetley, son, unm, 21. Clerk to his father. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
William R Tetley, son, unm, 20. Clerk to his father. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
Edith W Tetley, daughter, unm, 14, scholar. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
Amy G Tetley, daughter, unm, 12, scholar. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
George H Tetley, son, 9, scholar. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
Albert E Tetley, son, 8, scholar. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
Charles H Tetley, 6, son. Scholar. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
James Fayer Tetley, 4, son. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
Florence M Tetley, daughter, 2, infant. Born Claughton, Birkehnead. 
Census*1891 William Rimington Tetley appeared on the census of 1891 at Birkenhead, Cheshire; Boarding with Jane Geldard, a boardhouse keeper aged 61.
William R Tetley, boarder, unm, 31, ink manufacturer. Born Birkenhead,Cheshire. 
Census*1901 He appeared on the census of 1901 at Toronto, Ontario, Canada; W R Tetley, unm, 40. Born England. Painter. 
Marriage*30 October 1905 Married Mary Elizabeth Burns on 30 October 1905 at Peterborough, Ontario, Canada; William's occupation is recorded as a ropemaker. 
Census*1911 William Rimington Tetley appeared on the census of 1911; William R Tetley, head, mar. Born Sept. Aged 50. Born England. Year of Immigration 1890. Ropemaker in a factory
Mary, wife, 40. Born England. 

Family

Mary Elizabeth Burns b. 29 Jan 1860, d. 4 Feb 1933
Marriage*30 October 1905 Married Mary Elizabeth Burns on 30 October 1905 at Peterborough, Ontario, Canada; William's occupation is recorded as a ropemaker. 
Last Edited3 Jun 2008

Citations

  1. [S10] Morning Chronicle, 26 September 1860.

James Edward Tetley

b. 25 December 1863, d. 1 March 1865
Father*Francis William Tetley b. 24 Oct 1817, d. 22 Jan 1883
Mother*Isabella Maxwell Ryder b. 1826, d. 20 Sep 1912
Birth*25 December 1863 James Edward Tetley was born on 25 December 1863. 
Death*1 March 1865 James Edward died on 1 March 1865 at Fox Hill, Weetwood, at age 1; Tetley - March 1st , aged 14 months, James Edward, son of F W Tetley, Esq, of Fox Hill, weetwood.1 
Last Edited3 Jun 2008

Citations

  1. [S10] Leeds Mercury, 3 March 1865.

Lucy Rimington Tetley

b. 18 February 1866, d. 6 December 1938
Father*Francis William Tetley b. 24 Oct 1817, d. 22 Jan 1883
Mother*Isabella Maxwell Ryder b. 1826, d. 20 Sep 1912
Birth*18 February 1866 Lucy Rimington Tetley was born on 18 February 1866 at Fox Hill, Weetwood, Leeds, Yorkshire; Tetley- Mrs F W, Fox-hill, Weetwood, near Leeds, 18th inst of a daughter.1 
(Witness) Census1871 She appeared on the census of 1871 in the household of Francis William Tetley and Isabella Maxwell Ryder at Fox Hill, Headingley with Burley, Leeds, Yorkshire; Francis W Tetley, head, mar, 53. Brewer. Born Leeds
Isabella M, wife, 44
Helen M, daughter, 15. Born Leeds
Louisa, daughter, 13, scholar. Born Leeds
Eliza, daughter, 12, scholar. Born Leeds
Lucy R, daughter, 5, scholar. Born Leeds
Edith I, daughter, 3. Born Leeds
Edmund H, son, 2. Born Leeds
Sarah Ryder, aunt, unm. 77. Lady. Born London
Mary I Tetley, visitor, unm, 38. Lady. Born Liverpool, Lancashire. 
(Witness) Census1881 Lucy Rimington Tetley appeared on the census of 1881 in the household of William Tetley at Fox Hill, Adel Road, Headingley cum Burley, Leeds, Yorkshire; Frank Tetley, son, unm, 27. Brewer. Born Leeds
Louisa Tetley, daughter, unm, 23. Born Leeds
Lucy R Tetley, daughter 15, scholar. Born Leeds
Edith, daughter, 13, scholar. Born Leeds
Maxwell, son, 7. Born Leeds
William, son, mar, 28, farmer (Australia). Born Leeds
Kate M Tetley, daughter in law, mar, 23. Farmer's wife (Australia) Born London
Eliza Ryder, sister in law, unm, 56. Born London
+ governess, butler, cook, nurse, groom, 5 maids. 
Marriage*30 July 1889 Married William Henry Ellis on 30 July 1889 at St Chad's Church, Far Headingley, Leeds, Yorkshire;
Ellis-Tetley, on the 30th ult at St Chad's, Far Headingley, Leeds, William Henry youngest son of John D Ellis, of Thurscoe Hall, Rotherham, to Lucy Rimington, daughter of the late F W Tetley, of Fox Hill, weetwood, Leeds.2 
Death*6 December 1938 Lucy Rimington Tetley died on 6 December 1938 at age 72-
On Dec 6 1938, at a nursing home, Lucy Rimington Ellis, the beloved wife and helpmate of Sir William Ellis, Weetwood, Ecclesall, Sheffield, and daughter of the late F W Tetley, of Fox Hill, Leeds. Funeral at Dore Church tomorrow (Friday) at 2.30. No mourning by request.3 

Family

William Henry Ellis b. 20 Aug 1860, d. 7 Jul 1945
Children
Last Edited3 Jun 2008

Citations

  1. [S10] The Pall Mall Gazette, 20 February 1866.
  2. [S10] Birmingham Post, 1 August 1889.
  3. [S10] The Times 8 Dec 1938.

Edith Wilkinson Tetley

b. 20 May 1866
Father*Thomas Wilkinson Tetley b. c 1825, d. 20 Nov 1903
Mother*Cecilia Jane Pitman b. 1836, d. 5 Jun 1904
Birth*20 May 1866 Edith Wilkinson Tetley was born on 20 May 1866 at Claughton, Cheshire,
; Tetley - May 20, at Claughton, Mrs T Wilkinson Tetley, of a daughter.1 
(Witness) Census1871 She appeared on the census of 1871 in the household of Thomas Wilkinson Tetley at Westminster Road, 5 St Aidan's Terrace, Claughton, Bidston, Birkenhead, Cheshire;
Thomas W Tetley, head, mar, 45, cotton broker, shipowner and landowner. Born Liverpool
Cecilia Jane, wife, 34, landowner. Born Stourbridge
William R, son, 10. Born Bidston
Cecilia F, daughter, 9, born Bidston
Marion M, daughter, 7. Born Bidston
Annie, daughter, 6. Born Bidston
Edith W, daughter, 4. Born Bidston
Amy Gertrude, daughter, 2, born Bidston
+ governess, cook, waitress, housemaid, nurse, undernurse, under housemaid.
 
(Witness) Census1881 Edith Wilkinson Tetley appeared on the census of 1881 in the household of Thomas Wilkinson Tetley at 4 & 5 Westminster Road, Claughton, Cheshire;
Thos Wilkinson Tetley, head, mar, 56, cotton broker (steam and sail ship owner). Born Liverpool
Cecilia J Tetley, wife, mar, 44. Born Stourbridge
Arthur W, son, unm, 22. Student of Law. Born Claughton, Birkenhead, Cheshire
Joseph P Tetley, son, unm, 21. Clerk to his father. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
William R Tetley, son, unm, 20. Clerk to his father. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
Edith W Tetley, daughter, unm, 14, scholar. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
Amy G Tetley, daughter, unm, 12, scholar. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
George H Tetley, son, 9, scholar. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
Albert E Tetley, son, 8, scholar. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
Charles H Tetley, 6, son. Scholar. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
James Fayer Tetley, 4, son. Born Claughton, Birkenhead
Florence M Tetley, daughter, 2, infant. Born Claughton, Birkehnead. 
Last Edited30 May 2008

Citations

  1. [S10] Liverpool Gazette etc, 25 May 1866.

Edith Isabel Tetley

b. 3 June 1867, d. 1 January 1939
Father*Francis William Tetley b. 24 Oct 1817, d. 22 Jan 1883
Mother*Isabella Maxwell Ryder b. 1826, d. 20 Sep 1912
Birth*3 June 1867 Edith Isabel Tetley was born on 3 June 1867 at Fox Hill, Weetwood, Yorkshire; Tetley - June 3rd, the wife of F W Tetley, of Fox Hill, weetwood, of a daughter.1 
(Witness) Census1871 She appeared on the census of 1871 in the household of Francis William Tetley and Isabella Maxwell Ryder at Fox Hill, Headingley with Burley, Leeds, Yorkshire; Francis W Tetley, head, mar, 53. Brewer. Born Leeds
Isabella M, wife, 44
Helen M, daughter, 15. Born Leeds
Louisa, daughter, 13, scholar. Born Leeds
Eliza, daughter, 12, scholar. Born Leeds
Lucy R, daughter, 5, scholar. Born Leeds
Edith I, daughter, 3. Born Leeds
Edmund H, son, 2. Born Leeds
Sarah Ryder, aunt, unm. 77. Lady. Born London
Mary I Tetley, visitor, unm, 38. Lady. Born Liverpool, Lancashire. 
(Witness) Census1881 Edith Isabel Tetley appeared on the census of 1881 in the household of William Tetley at Fox Hill, Adel Road, Headingley cum Burley, Leeds, Yorkshire; Frank Tetley, son, unm, 27. Brewer. Born Leeds
Louisa Tetley, daughter, unm, 23. Born Leeds
Lucy R Tetley, daughter 15, scholar. Born Leeds
Edith, daughter, 13, scholar. Born Leeds
Maxwell, son, 7. Born Leeds
William, son, mar, 28, farmer (Australia). Born Leeds
Kate M Tetley, daughter in law, mar, 23. Farmer's wife (Australia) Born London
Eliza Ryder, sister in law, unm, 56. Born London
+ governess, butler, cook, nurse, groom, 5 maids. 
Marriage*3 September 1889 Edith Isabel Tetley married Charles Henry Lowe on 3 September 1889 at St Chad's Church, Far Headingley, Leeds, Yorkshire,

On the 3rd September at St Chad's, Far Headingley, Leeds, by the Rev C Lowe, Vicar of Holy Trinity, Bolton, assisted by the Rev H F Atkinson, Curate of St Chad's, the Rev C H Lowe, eldest son of the late J R Lowe, of Stamford, to Edith Isabel, youngest daughter of the late F W Tetley, Fox Hill, Weetwood, Leeds.2 
Death*1 January 1939 Edith Isabel Tetley died on 1 January 1939 at Ben Rhydding, Ilkley, Yorkshire, at age 71-
LOWE, on Jan 1 1939, at Felsgarth, Ben Rhydding, Ilkley, Edith Isabel, beloved wife of the late Canon C H Lowe of Rylstone, and youngest daughter of the late F W Tetley, Fox Hills, Leeds. Service at Ilkley Parish at 2.30 p.m. tomorrow (Tuesday) and interment at Stamford, Lincs at 3.00 p.m. on Wednesday.3 

Family

Charles Henry Lowe b. 10 Aug 1863
Last Edited2 Jun 2008

Citations

  1. [S10] Leeds Mercury, 4 June 1867.
  2. [S10] The Times, 6 Sept 1889, page 1.
  3. [S10] The Times, 2 January 1939.

Edmund Herbert Tetley

b. 11 December 1868, d. 27 March 1955
Tetley, Edmund Herbert
Father*Francis William Tetley b. 24 Oct 1817, d. 22 Jan 1883
Mother*Isabella Maxwell Ryder b. 1826, d. 20 Sep 1912
Birth*11 December 1868 Edmund Herbert Tetley was born on 11 December 1868 at Fox Hill, Weetwood, Yorkshire. 
(Witness) Census1871 He appeared on the census of 1871 in the household of Francis William Tetley and Isabella Maxwell Ryder at Fox Hill, Headingley with Burley, Leeds, Yorkshire; Francis W Tetley, head, mar, 53. Brewer. Born Leeds
Isabella M, wife, 44
Helen M, daughter, 15. Born Leeds
Louisa, daughter, 13, scholar. Born Leeds
Eliza, daughter, 12, scholar. Born Leeds
Lucy R, daughter, 5, scholar. Born Leeds
Edith I, daughter, 3. Born Leeds
Edmund H, son, 2. Born Leeds
Sarah Ryder, aunt, unm. 77. Lady. Born London
Mary I Tetley, visitor, unm, 38. Lady. Born Liverpool, Lancashire. 
Census*1881 Edmund Herbert Tetley appeared on the census of 1881 at Sutherland House, Private School, Wandsworth, London; Edmund H Tetley, boarder, 12, scholar. Born Leeds. 
Marriage*22 July 1897 He married Kate Bedwell on 22 July 1897 at Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire,

On the 20th inst, at St Sila's Church, Hull, Edmund Herbert, son of the late Francis William Tetley, Esq., of Fox-hill, Leeds, to Kate, youngest daughter of his Honour Judge Bedwell.1
 
(Witness) Census1901 Edmund Herbert Tetley appeared on the census of 1901 in the household of Charles Francis Tetley and Alice Margaret Atkinson at Headingley House, Spring Bank, Headingley cum Burley, Leeds, Yorkshire; Charles Francis Tetley, head, m, 52. Brewer. Employer
Alice Margaret, wife, 48
Margaret Winifred, daughter, unm, 22
Gladys, daughter, unm, 20
Edmund Herbert, brother, mar, 32. Brewer (superintending) worker.
Kate, sister in law, mar, 30. Born Kensington
(all born Leeds apart from Kate). 
Death*27 March 1955 Edmund Herbert Tetley died on 27 March 1955 at age 86- Tetley, on March 27 1955, passed away peacefully at "Springwood", Oakwood Lane, Leeds 8, Edmund Herbert, dearly loved husband of hte late Kate Tetley. Aged 86 years. Service was held at St Aidan's Church on March 31, followed by cremation at Lawns Wood.2 

Family

Kate Bedwell d. 8 May 1948
Children
Last Edited26 Jul 2013

Citations

  1. [S10] The Times,22 July 1897 page 1.
  2. [S10] The Times, 1 April 1955, page 1.

Maxwell Tetley

b. 31 October 1873, d. 30 May 1936
Father*Francis William Tetley b. 24 Oct 1817, d. 22 Jan 1883
Mother*Isabella Maxwell Ryder b. 1826, d. 20 Sep 1912
Birth*31 October 1873 Maxwell Tetley was born on 31 October 1873 at Fox Hill, Weetwood, Yorkshire; Tetley, Mrs F W at Westwood, near Leeds, Oct 31.1 
(Witness) Census1881 He appeared on the census of 1881 in the household of William Tetley at Fox Hill, Adel Road, Headingley cum Burley, Leeds, Yorkshire; Frank Tetley, son, unm, 27. Brewer. Born Leeds
Louisa Tetley, daughter, unm, 23. Born Leeds
Lucy R Tetley, daughter 15, scholar. Born Leeds
Edith, daughter, 13, scholar. Born Leeds
Maxwell, son, 7. Born Leeds
William, son, mar, 28, farmer (Australia). Born Leeds
Kate M Tetley, daughter in law, mar, 23. Farmer's wife (Australia) Born London
Eliza Ryder, sister in law, unm, 56. Born London
+ governess, butler, cook, nurse, groom, 5 maids. 
Census*1891 Maxwell Tetley appeared on the census of 1891 at St Julian, Shrewsbury, Shropshire; Maxwell Tetley, 17, boarder, scholar. Born Leeds at a private school. 
Marriage*1893 Married Nina Brassey in 1893 at Kensington, London. 
Census*1901 Maxwell Tetley appeared on the census of 1901 at Shepherd's Green, Rotherfield Greys, Henley, Oxfordshire; Maxwell Tetley, head, mar, 27. Living on own means. Born Bloomsbury, London
Nina, wife, 29. Born Headingley Leeds. 
Event-Misc*7 March 1906 He wasa bankrupt in 1906.
Sittings in Bankruptcy before Mr Registrar Linklater
This was an application for an order of discharge by Mr Maxwell Tetley, against whom a receiving order was made on September 21, 1895, the debtor being then described as of an address at Henley on Thames.
The liabilities were estimated at 5,073pds 11s 10d, and it was stated that a dividend of not less than 4s inthe pound would be paid to creditors.
It appeared from the evidence that the bankrupt had no occupation, and when he attained his majority on October 30, 1894, he became entitled to receive a sum of about 12,000pds and to a reversion under the will of his late father.
Thereupon the suggestion of his solicitor and under the advice of counsel, he executed a settlement of his interests under his father's will, excluding a sum of 3,500pds which was reserved to pay existing debts.
The bankrupt took a life interest under the settlement, determinable on alienation, and certain relations of the bankrupt covenanted to pay him 100pds a year.
He failed to live within his income, which did not exceed 300pds a year, and about February 1895, charged his interest under the settlement to a creditor.
Thereupon the trustees of the settlement ceased to pay the income of the settled funds to the bankrupt, and acting under their discretionary powers, paid it to the bankrupt's wife.
Bankruptcy proceedings ensued, and the bankrupt attributed his failure to his having executed the settlement of October 30, 1894.
The trustee in bankruptcy moved to upset the settlement, but the Courts declined to do so.
The bankrupt stated that he executed the settlement simply to defraud the creditors; but it was clear to the Official Receiver that the bankrupt was desirous of upsetting the settlement, and his statements appeared to have been made with that object in view.
In these circumstances the Official Receiver discredited the bankrupt's statements regarding the settlement, and did not report that the bankrupt had been guilty of any misconduct in executing it.
In the opinion of the Official Receiver the bankuptcy was caused by extravagence in living.
Mr Registrat Linklater granted the discharge subject to the bankrupt's consenting to judgement for 50pds. on 7 March 1906.2 
Marriage*9 July 1923 Married Nellie Ann Anderson on 9 July 1923 at Southhampton, England. 
Death*30 May 1936 Maxwell died on 30 May 1936 at Mount Vernon Hospital, Northwood, Middlesex, at age 62. 

Family 1

Nina Brassey b. c 1871, d. 30 May 1923
Marriage*1893 Married Nina Brassey in 1893 at Kensington, London. 

Family 2

Nellie Ann Anderson d. 21 Dec 1969
Marriage*9 July 1923 Married Nellie Ann Anderson on 9 July 1923 at Southhampton, England. 
Last Edited29 Dec 2016

Citations

  1. [S10] Pall Mall Gazette, 3 Nov 1873.
  2. [S10] The Times,Wednesday 7 March 1906, page 3.

Isabella Sarah Alfree

b. 6 November 1848, d. 2 May 1934
Birth*6 November 1848 Isabella Sarah Alfree was born on 6 November 1848 at Iford, Sussex.
 
Marriage* She married William Douglas.
 
Marriage*1 May 1877 Married Arthur Joshua Tetley on 1 May 1877 at Dharmsala, Punjab, India;
Tetley and Douglas - May 1 at Dharmsala, Punjaub, India, A.J. Tetley, Lieut. 81st Regt., second son of F W Tetley, of Fox Hill, Weetwood, Leeds, to Isabella, widow of the late W Douglas, Capt 33rd Madras Native Infantry, and daughter of Rev W E Alfree, Vicar of Narburgh-with-Narford, Suffolk.1
 
Census*1881 Isabella Sarah Alfree and Arthur Joshua Tetley appeared on the census of 1881 at Manor House, Milton, Adderbury, Oxfordshire; Arthur Joshua Tetley, head, mar, 30. Captain, half pay (41st Reg). Born Leeds
Isabella Sarah, wife, 32. Born Iford, Sussex
Maud, daughter, 3. Born Lucknow, India
Daisy, daughter,1. Born Worton, Oxfordshire
Arthur Stanley,son, 9 mths. Born Milton, Oxfordshire. 
Death*2 May 1934 Isabella Sarah Alfree died on 2 May 1934 at Inverness, Scotland, at age 85.2 
Probate*15 October 1934 Isabella Sarah Tetley, late of Heathcote, Muirfield Road, Inverness, widow, who died 3 June 1934.
Executors: Michael Hubert Tetley and James Forsyth, solicitor. 

Family 1

William Douglas d. 16 Mar 1876
Child

Family 2

Arthur Joshua Tetley b. 27 Mar 1851, d. 2 Dec 1923
Children
Last Edited9 Aug 2009

Citations

  1. [S10] Freemans Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser,18 June 1877.
  2. [S10] From the Tetley Website.
  3. [S10] The Times,10 January 1878, page 1.
  4. [S10] Jackson's Oxford Journal, 9 Sept 1882.

Marienne Tetley

b. 1850, d. 2 June 1925
Walker (nee Tetley), Marienne
Father*Francis William Tetley b. 24 Oct 1817, d. 22 Jan 1883
Mother*Isabella Maxwell Ryder b. 1826, d. 20 Sep 1912
Birth*1850 Marienne Tetley was born in 1850 at Leeds, Yorkshire.
 
(Witness) Census1851 She appeared on the census of 1851 in the household of Francis William Tetley and Isabella Maxwell Ryder at Ridge House, Woodhouse Lane, West Leeds, Leeds, Yorkshire;
Francis Wm Tetley, head, 33, Brewer. With his partner employing 38 men. Born Leeds
Isabella M, wife, 24. Born London
Charles F, son 2, Born Leeds
Marianne, daughter 1,
unnamed Tetley, son, under 1 month. Born Leeds.
 
(Witness) Census1861 Marienne Tetley appeared on the census of 1861 in the household of Francis William Tetley at Highfield House, Moor Road, Headingley, Leeds, Yorkshire;
Francis W Tetley, head, m, 43. Brewer and Maltster, 124 hands. Born Leeds
Isabella M Tetley, wife, 35. Born London
Charles F, son, 12, scholar
Marcerel Tetley, daughter, 11, scholar
Arthur J, son, 10
William, son, 8
Frank, son, 7
Helen Mary, daughter, 5
Louisa, daughter, 3
Eliza, daughter, 2
Bertha, daughter, 6 months
All children born in Leeds. 
Census*1871 Marienne Tetley appeared on the census of 1871 at Hull Field House, Wetherby, Yorkshire; Frances Tetley, head, unm, 58, Income derived from rent and money lent. Born Leeds
Ellen Tetley, sister, unm, 56. Income derived from rent and money lent. Born Leeds
Marienne Tetley, niece, unm. 21. Born Leeds
Bertha Tetley, niece, unm, 10, scholar. Born Leeds. 
Marriage*12 February 1881 Marienne Tetley married Henry Broadhead Walker on 12 February 1881 at Headingley Church, Leeds, Yorkshire,
;
Walker-Tetley. On the 9th inst, at Headingley Church, Leeds, Henry Broadhead, son of the late Thomas Walker, of Headingley Hill, to Marienne, eldest daughter of Francis William Tetley, of Fox Hill, Westwood.1 
Census1891 Marienne Tetley appeared on the census of 1891 at 102 Evering Road, Hackney, London; John Noyes, head, mar, 69. Cotton colonial broker.Employer. Born London
Sarah Noyes, wife, mar, 67. Born London
Elizabeth Noyes, sister, unm, 81. Born London
Marienne Walker, niece, married. 41. Born Leeds. 
Census*1901 She appeared on the census of 1901 at The Poplars, Headingley with Burley, Leeds, Yorkshire; Marienne Walker, head, mar, 51. On own means. Born Leeds
Nora M, daughter, single, 19. Born Leeds
Wilfred, son, 15, scholar. Born Leeds
Reginald, son, 10. Born Knaresbro, Yorkshire. 
Death*2 June 1925 Marienne Tetley died on 2 June 1925 at 51 Cardigan Road, Leeds, Yorkshire,
     Walker. On the 2nd June at 51 Cardigan-road, Leeds. After a long illness very patiently borne. Marienne Walker, widow of Henry B Walker of The Poplars, Headingley Hill, and eldest daughter of the late Francis William Tetley of Fox Hill, Leeds in her 75th year. Funeral at Lawnswood tomorrow (Friday) at 2.30 p.m.2 
Probate*15 October 1925 Marienne Walker, late of 51 Cardigan-road,Headingley, Leeds, who died 2 June 1925 and to whose estate letters of administration were granted out of the Wakefield District Registry on the 15th October 1925 to Francis Henry Walker of 512 Cardigan-road, Headingley, engineer.3
 

Family

Henry Broadhead Walker d. 22 Nov 1909
Marriage*12 February 1881 Marienne Tetley married Henry Broadhead Walker on 12 February 1881 at Headingley Church, Leeds, Yorkshire,
;
Walker-Tetley. On the 9th inst, at Headingley Church, Leeds, Henry Broadhead, son of the late Thomas Walker, of Headingley Hill, to Marienne, eldest daughter of Francis William Tetley, of Fox Hill, Westwood.1 
Children
Last Edited30 Jul 2011

Citations

  1. [S10] Manchester Times, 12 February 1881.
  2. [S10] The Times, 4 June 1925.
  3. [S10] London Gazette, Issue 28248, published 20 October 1925 pg 53.

Henry Broadhead Walker

d. 22 November 1909
Walker, Henry Broadhead
Marriage*12 February 1881 Henry Broadhead Walker married Marienne Tetley, daughter of Francis William Tetley and Isabella Maxwell Ryder, on 12 February 1881 at Headingley Church, Leeds, Yorkshire,
;
Walker-Tetley. On the 9th inst, at Headingley Church, Leeds, Henry Broadhead, son of the late Thomas Walker, of Headingley Hill, to Marienne, eldest daughter of Francis William Tetley, of Fox Hill, Westwood.1 
Death*22 November 1909 Henry Broadhead Walker died on 22 November 1909 at Leeds, Yorkshire.
 
Probate*2 February 1910 Henry Broadhead Walker, late of The Poplars, Headingley Hill, in the city of Leeds, gentleman, who died 22 November 1909. His will was proved in the Wakefield District Registry, on the 2 February 1910, by Nora Marienne Walker, Octavius Eddison and Francis Henry Walker, the executors.2 

Family

Marienne Tetley b. 1850, d. 2 Jun 1925
Children
Last Edited22 Sep 2013

Citations

  1. [S10] Manchester Times, 12 February 1881.
  2. [S10] London Gazette, Issue 28248, published 15 March 1910, page 42.

Claude Tetley

b. 5 July 1881, d. 19 November 1886
Father*Arthur Joshua Tetley b. 27 Mar 1851, d. 2 Dec 1923
Mother*Isabella Sarah Alfree b. 6 Nov 1848, d. 2 May 1934
Birth*5 July 1881 Claude Tetley was born on 5 July 1881 at Milton, Banbury, Oxfordshire; July 5, at Milton, Banbury, the wife of Captain A J Tetley, 106th Regiment, of a son.1 
Death*19 November 1886 Claude Tetley died on 19 November 1886 at Milton, Banbury, Oxfordshire, at age 5;
On the 19th November at Milton, Banburn, Claude, younger son of Captain A J Tetley (late 81st and 106th Regts), aged 5 years.2
 
Last Edited2 Jun 2008

Citations

  1. [S10] Jackson's Oxford Journal, 9 July 1881.
  2. [S10] The Times, Nov 26 1886, page 1.

Bertha Tetley

b. 1860, d. 24 June 1889
Tetley, Bertha
Father*Francis William Tetley b. 24 Oct 1817, d. 22 Jan 1883
Mother*Isabella Maxwell Ryder b. 1826, d. 20 Sep 1912
Birth*1860 Bertha Tetley was born in 1860 at Armley, Leeds, Yorkshire. 
(Witness) Census1861 She appeared on the census of 1861 in the household of Francis William Tetley at Highfield House, Moor Road, Headingley, Leeds, Yorkshire;
Francis W Tetley, head, m, 43. Brewer and Maltster, 124 hands. Born Leeds
Isabella M Tetley, wife, 35. Born London
Charles F, son, 12, scholar
Marcerel Tetley, daughter, 11, scholar
Arthur J, son, 10
William, son, 8
Frank, son, 7
Helen Mary, daughter, 5
Louisa, daughter, 3
Eliza, daughter, 2
Bertha, daughter, 6 months
All children born in Leeds. 
(Witness) Census1871 Bertha Tetley appeared on the census of 1871 in the household of Marienne Tetley at Hull Field House, Wetherby, Yorkshire; Frances Tetley, head, unm, 58, Income derived from rent and money lent. Born Leeds
Ellen Tetley, sister, unm, 56. Income derived from rent and money lent. Born Leeds
Marienne Tetley, niece, unm. 21. Born Leeds
Bertha Tetley, niece, unm, 10, scholar. Born Leeds. 
Marriage*5 June 1884 Bertha Tetley married John Tindal Atkinson on 5 June 1884 at St Chad's Church, Far Headingley, Leeds, Yorkshire,
;
Atkinson and Tetley – June 5, 1884, at St Chad’s Church, Far Headingly, Leeds by the Rev Wm Tindal Atkinson, vicar of Belchamp St Paul’s assisted by the Rev M G Vine, curate of St Chad’s, John Tindal, fourth son of H Tindal Atkinson, Esq, S.L. Judge of County Courts, to Bertha, fifth daughter of the late Francis William Tetley,Esq of Fox Hill, Weetwood.1 
Death*24 June 1889 Bertha died on 24 June 1889 at Datchet, Berkshire;
Atkinson, 24th June, at Datchet, Bertha, the beloved wife of John Tindal Atkinson, and fifth daughter of the late F W Tetley, Esq of Fox Hill, Leeds.2 

Family

John Tindal Atkinson d. 1906
Last Edited26 Jul 2013

Citations

  1. [S10] Freeman's Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser, 10 June 1884.
  2. [S10] Daily New, 26 June 1889.

John Tindal Atkinson

d. 1906
Marriage*5 June 1884 John Tindal Atkinson married Bertha Tetley, daughter of Francis William Tetley and Isabella Maxwell Ryder, on 5 June 1884 at St Chad's Church, Far Headingley, Leeds, Yorkshire,
;
Atkinson and Tetley – June 5, 1884, at St Chad’s Church, Far Headingly, Leeds by the Rev Wm Tindal Atkinson, vicar of Belchamp St Paul’s assisted by the Rev M G Vine, curate of St Chad’s, John Tindal, fourth son of H Tindal Atkinson, Esq, S.L. Judge of County Courts, to Bertha, fifth daughter of the late Francis William Tetley,Esq of Fox Hill, Weetwood.1 
Death*1906 John Tindal died in 1906 at Eton.2 

Family

Bertha Tetley b. 1860, d. 24 Jun 1889
Last Edited8 Jun 2008

Citations

  1. [S10] Freeman's Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser, 10 June 1884.
  2. [S38] England and Wales, Civil Registration, Free BMDs online 1837 -1983, Original data: Microfilm and microfiche of the England and Wales, Civil Registration Indexes created by the General Register Office, in London, England., Deaths Dec 1904 Eton 3a 467, aged 56. Hereinafter cited as Free BMDs.

Louisa K Tetley

b. 15 April 1857, d. 9 December 1943
Anderson (nee Tetley), Louisa
Father*Francis William Tetley b. 24 Oct 1817, d. 22 Jan 1883
Mother*Isabella Maxwell Ryder b. 1826, d. 20 Sep 1912
Birth*15 April 1857 Louisa K Tetley was born on 15 April 1857 at Leeds, Yorkshire.
 
(Witness) Census1861 She appeared on the census of 1861 in the household of Francis William Tetley at Highfield House, Moor Road, Headingley, Leeds, Yorkshire;
Francis W Tetley, head, m, 43. Brewer and Maltster, 124 hands. Born Leeds
Isabella M Tetley, wife, 35. Born London
Charles F, son, 12, scholar
Marcerel Tetley, daughter, 11, scholar
Arthur J, son, 10
William, son, 8
Frank, son, 7
Helen Mary, daughter, 5
Louisa, daughter, 3
Eliza, daughter, 2
Bertha, daughter, 6 months
All children born in Leeds. 
(Witness) Census1871 Louisa K Tetley appeared on the census of 1871 in the household of Francis William Tetley and Isabella Maxwell Ryder at Fox Hill, Headingley with Burley, Leeds, Yorkshire; Francis W Tetley, head, mar, 53. Brewer. Born Leeds
Isabella M, wife, 44
Helen M, daughter, 15. Born Leeds
Louisa, daughter, 13, scholar. Born Leeds
Eliza, daughter, 12, scholar. Born Leeds
Lucy R, daughter, 5, scholar. Born Leeds
Edith I, daughter, 3. Born Leeds
Edmund H, son, 2. Born Leeds
Sarah Ryder, aunt, unm. 77. Lady. Born London
Mary I Tetley, visitor, unm, 38. Lady. Born Liverpool, Lancashire. 
(Witness) Census1881 Louisa K Tetley appeared on the census of 1881 in the household of William Tetley at Fox Hill, Adel Road, Headingley cum Burley, Leeds, Yorkshire; Frank Tetley, son, unm, 27. Brewer. Born Leeds
Louisa Tetley, daughter, unm, 23. Born Leeds
Lucy R Tetley, daughter 15, scholar. Born Leeds
Edith, daughter, 13, scholar. Born Leeds
Maxwell, son, 7. Born Leeds
William, son, mar, 28, farmer (Australia). Born Leeds
Kate M Tetley, daughter in law, mar, 23. Farmer's wife (Australia) Born London
Eliza Ryder, sister in law, unm, 56. Born London
+ governess, butler, cook, nurse, groom, 5 maids. 
Marriage*1895  Married William Anderson in 1895 at Leeds, Yorkshire. 
Death*9 December 1943 Louisa K Tetley died on 9 December 1943 at Walton on the Hill, Liverpool, Lancashire, at age 86
; Anderson, On Dec 9, 1943, at Walton on the Hill, Louisa, widow of William Anderson and daughter of the late F W Tetley, of Fox Hill, Weetwood, Leeds.1 

Family

William Anderson b. 18 Dec 1842, d. 27 Oct 1900
Last Edited22 Sep 2013

Citations

  1. [S10] The Times, 13 Dec 1943.

Isabella Muriel Tetley

b. 22 March 1884, d. 25 April 1969
Father*Arthur Joshua Tetley b. 27 Mar 1851, d. 2 Dec 1923
Mother*Isabella Sarah Alfree b. 6 Nov 1848, d. 2 May 1934
Birth*22 March 1884 Isabella Muriel Tetley was born on 22 March 1884 at Milton, Banbury, Oxfordshire; Tetley. March 22, 1884, at Milton, Banbury, Oxon, the wife of Capt A J Tetley, late 81st and 106th Regts, of a daughter.1 
Marriage* Married John Lindeman Saxby
Death*25 April 1969 Isabella Muriel died on 25 April 1969 at Red Deer, Alberta, Canada, at age 85. 

Family

John Lindeman Saxby b. 7 Oct 1882, d. 30 May 1963
Last Edited2 Aug 2008

Citations

  1. [S10] Freeman's Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser, 31 March 1884.

May Beatrice Tetley

b. 20 August 1890
Father*Arthur Joshua Tetley b. 27 Mar 1851, d. 2 Dec 1923
Mother*Isabella Sarah Alfree b. 6 Nov 1848, d. 2 May 1934
Birth*20 August 1890 May Beatrice Tetley was born on 20 August 1890 at England. 
Last Edited9 Apr 2016

William Henry Ellis

b. 20 August 1860, d. 7 July 1945
Ellis, William Henry
Birth*20 August 1860 William Henry Ellis was born on 20 August 1860 at Pitsmoor, Sheffield, Yorkshire. 
Marriage*30 July 1889 Married Lucy Rimington Tetley on 30 July 1889 at St Chad's Church, Far Headingley, Leeds, Yorkshire;
Ellis-Tetley, on the 30th ult at St Chad's, Far Headingley, Leeds, William Henry youngest son of John D Ellis, of Thurscoe Hall, Rotherham, to Lucy Rimington, daughter of the late F W Tetley, of Fox Hill, weetwood, Leeds.1 
Obituary7 July 1945  Sir William Ellis, former master cutler of Sheffield. - Sir William Ellis, G B E., Master Cutler of Sheffield, 1914-18, president of the Iron and Steel Institute, 1924-25, and wellknown as a mountaineer, died in hospital at Sheffield on July 4. William Henry Ellis was born on August 20, 1860 son of J D Ellis of Thurnscoe Hall, Rotherham, was educated at Uppingham and Leeds University. Sir William Ellis who was a Doctor of Engieering of Sheffield University was also a member of th University Council. Many, remembering him as an expert mountaineer, will recall that he celebrated his 75th birthday by making an ascent on the Jungfrau. In 1889 he married Lucy, daughter of Mr F W Tetley and had two sons and a daughter. Lady Ellis died in 1938.2 
Death*7 July 1945 William Henry died on 7 July 1945 at Sheffield, Yorkshire, at age 84. 

Family

Lucy Rimington Tetley b. 18 Feb 1866, d. 6 Dec 1938
Children
Last Edited2 Jun 2008

Citations

  1. [S10] Birmingham Post, 1 August 1889.
  2. [S10] The Times 7 July 1945.

Richard Tetley Glazebrook1

b. 18 September 1854, d. 15 February 1935
Glazebrook, Richard Tetley
Father*Nicholas Smith Glazebrook1 b. 12 Aug 1814, d. 14 Jul 1900
Mother*Sarah Anne Tetley1 b. 18 Jun 1826, d. 1907
Birth*18 September 1854 Richard Tetley Glazebrook was born on 18 September 1854 at West Derby, Liverpool.1 
Note*12 June 1918 Society of Arts Albert Medal
On the recommendation of the council of the Royal Society of arts the Duke of Connaught, as president, has awarded the Albert Medal for 1918 to Sir Richard Tetley Glazebrook, CB., Sc.D., F.R.S. "for his services in the application of science to the industries of peace and war, by his work as diector of the National Physical Laboratory since 1890, and as chairman of the Advisory Committee for Aeronautics."
The society's Albert Medal, founded in 1863 to commemorate the presidence of Prince Albert, has been awarded annually 'for distinguished merid in promoting arts, manufactures, and commerce."2
 
Death*15 February 1935 Richard Tetley died on 15 February 1935 at age 80.1 
Obituary18 December 1936  By the death of Richard Tetley Glazebrook, at the age of eighty-two years, we lose one of the most active and efficient science workers and organisers of his generation. Glazebrook began his scientific career under Clerk Maxwell and the late Lord Rayleigh at the Cavendish Laboratory. His first investigations were on double refraction. In the early eighties he became interested in the absolute determination of the electrical units, which continued to occupy him up to the very end of his life.
He was for a time senior bursar of Trinity and then principal of Liverpool University, but on the establishment of the National Physical Laboratory in 1899, Glazebrook was appointed the first director, and the present prosperity and national importance of that institution are more due to him than to any other single man. It remains as an abiding monument of his life's work. His retirement in 1919 by no means marked the close of his activities. As chairman of the Aeronautical Research Committee and of the Executive Committee of the laboratory, he was still able to do much to promote the work to which he had devoted his best years. He was elected to the society as early as 1882, and received the Hughes Medal in 1909 and the Royal Medal in 1931. He was created K.C.B. in 1920, and received numerous other honours. The debt which the country owes to him in the development of aeronautics is very great.3
 
Last Edited30 Jul 2011

Citations

  1. [S10] Richard Tetley Glazebrook. 1854-1935
    Rayleigh G. Strutt and F. J. Selby
    Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society, Vol. 2, No. 5 (Dec., 1936), pp. 29-56
    Published by: The Royal Society.
  2. [S10] The Times 12 June 1918, page 3.
  3. [S10] Tribute to Deceased Fellows of the Royal Society, William Bragg. Science, New Series, Vol.84, No.2190 (Dec. 18, 1936), pp.539-540. Published by:American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Phyllis Bryden1

b. 15 March 1890
Mother*Eliza Tetley1 b. 27 Jan 1859, d. 25 Oct 1919
Birth*15 March 1890 Phyllis Bryden was born on 15 March 1890 at Sorrento, Ditton-hill, Surrey.1
 
Last Edited30 May 2008

Citations

  1. [S10] The Times,Wednesday 19 March 1890
    Bryden, 15th March, at Sorrento, Ditton-hill, Surrey, the wife of Charles C Bryden, of a daughter.

Charles Francis Tetley

b. 24 October 1848, d. 25 January 1934
Tetley, Charles Francis
Father*Francis William Tetley b. 24 Oct 1817, d. 22 Jan 1883
Mother*Isabella Maxwell Ryder b. 1826, d. 20 Sep 1912
Birth*24 October 1848 Charles Francis Tetley was born on 24 October 1848 at Leeds, Yorkshire,- On the 24th inst, at Ridge-house, near Leeds, Yorkshire, the wife of F W Tetley, Esq, of a son.1 
(Witness) Census1851 He appeared on the census of 1851 in the household of Francis William Tetley and Isabella Maxwell Ryder at Ridge House, Woodhouse Lane, West Leeds, Leeds, Yorkshire;
Francis Wm Tetley, head, 33, Brewer. With his partner employing 38 men. Born Leeds
Isabella M, wife, 24. Born London
Charles F, son 2, Born Leeds
Marianne, daughter 1,
unnamed Tetley, son, under 1 month. Born Leeds.
 
(Witness) Census1861 Charles Francis Tetley appeared on the census of 1861 in the household of Francis William Tetley at Highfield House, Moor Road, Headingley, Leeds, Yorkshire;
Francis W Tetley, head, m, 43. Brewer and Maltster, 124 hands. Born Leeds
Isabella M Tetley, wife, 35. Born London
Charles F, son, 12, scholar
Marcerel Tetley, daughter, 11, scholar
Arthur J, son, 10
William, son, 8
Frank, son, 7
Helen Mary, daughter, 5
Louisa, daughter, 3
Eliza, daughter, 2
Bertha, daughter, 6 months
All children born in Leeds. 
Census*1871 Charles Francis Tetleyappeared in the 1871 census at Paddington, London.
James R Tetley, head, unm, 53. Cotton Broker. Born Newington, Surrey
George Tetley, brother, unm, 52. Cotton Broker. Born Newington, Surrey
Charles Tetley, cousin, unm, 22. Student. Born Leeds, Yorkshire
Amelia Frankling, visitor, unm, 67. Born London.
 
Education*27 May 1875 He was educated on 27 May 1875 at Cambridge; Cambridge, May 27.The following degrees were conferred: Master of Arts - Charles Francis Tetley.2 
Marriage*2 June 1875 Married Alice Margaret Atkinson on 2 June 1875 at St John the Evangelist Church, Leeds, Yorkshire;
Tetley-Atkinson. June 2 at St John the Evangelist, Leeds, the Rev Saml Hey, vicar of Sawley, assisted by the Rev F Atkinson, vicar of Long Eaton, Derbyshire, uncles of the bride, Chas. Francis Tetley, MA, Trinity College, Cambridge, eldest son of F W Tetley, Esq, of Fox Hill, Weetwood, Leeds, to Alice Margaret, eldest daughter of J W Atkinson, of Woodhouse-square, Leeds.3
Newspaper Item*26 February 1891 Full page item on Tetley's Brewery.
Census*1901 Charles Francis Tetley and Alice Margaret Atkinson appeared on the census of 1901 at Headingley House, Spring Bank, Headingley cum Burley, Leeds, Yorkshire; Charles Francis Tetley, head, m, 52. Brewer. Employer
Alice Margaret, wife, 48
Margaret Winifred, daughter, unm, 22
Gladys, daughter, unm, 20
Edmund Herbert, brother, mar, 32. Brewer (superintending) worker.
Kate, sister in law, mar, 30. Born Kensington
(all born Leeds apart from Kate). 
Census1911 Charles Francis Tetley appeared on the census of 1911 at Spring Bank, Headingley, Leeds, Yorkshire, England; Charles Francis Tetley, head, mar, 62. Director of Brewery. Born Leeds
Alice Margaret Tetley, wife, married 35 years. 5 children, all living. Born Leeds
Gladys Tetley, daughter, single, 30. Born Leeds
Plus two waiting maids, two housemaids, kitchen maid and a cook.

House consisted of 21 rooms. 
Note*6 October 1926 He- New Freeman of Leeds - Honour for Seven Citizens. Leeds Oct 6. Leeds Town Hall was crowded today when the freedom of the city was conferred on a number of prominent citizens. The recipients of the honour were: Sir Berkeley Moynihan, Sir Edward Brotherton, Sr Wm Middlebrook, Alderman C Lupton, Alderman C F Tetley, Mr H C Embleton and Mr J R Ford. Leeds now has 19 Freeman. on 6 October 1926 at Leeds, Yorkshire.4 
Death*25 January 1934 Charles Francis died on 25 January 1934 at Fox Hill, Weetwood, Leeds, Yorkshire, at age 85; Tetley, on Jan 25 1934 at Fox Hill, Weetwood, Leeds. Charles Francis Tetley. In his 86th year. Service at St Michael's, Headingley, at 2.45 pm tomorrow (Saturday) Burial at Lawnswood: members of the family only.5 
Obituary26 January 1934  Mr C F Tetley, the head of Messrs Joshua Tetley and son, Limited, brewers, of Leeds, died yesterday at the age of 85. He was the second man to become Lord Mayor of Leeds. The city gave him all the honours it could. The freedom was conferred upon him seven years ago and in the same year he declined the honour of baronetcy. Mr Tetley gave large sums for charities and he was also the anonymous donor of gifts to many good causes. Some years ago he gave 20,000pds to Leeds University, which conferred upon him an honorary degree, and for over 50 years he was a member of the governing body. He was a strong Churchman and gave generously to various churches in Leeds. He leaves three sons and one daughter. One of his sons Colonel C H Tetley is the Pro-Chancellor of Leeds University.6 
Will*May 1934 Wills and Bequests - Mr C.F. Tetley's Estate - Mr Charles Francis Tetley, LLD, JP of Fox Hill, Weetwood, Leeds, chairman of Joshua Tetley and Son Limited, brewers, Leeds, who died on January 25, aged 85, left estate of the gross value of 564,582pds with net personalty of 532979pds on which 193,370pds on account of Estate Duty has been paid. He stated that he had on August 10 1931 transferred a sum of 35,000pds to his sons, to be held by them Wills and Bequests - Mr C.F. Tetley's Estate - Mr Charles Francis Tetley, LLD, JP of Fox Hill, Weetwood, Leeds, chairman of Joshua Tetley and Son Limited, brewers, Leeds, who died on January 25, aged 85, left estate of the gross value of 564,582pds with net personalty of 532979pds on which 193,370pds on account of Estate Duty has been paid. He stated that he had on August 10 1931 transferred a sum of 35,000pds to his sons, to be held by them under a trust for charitable objects. under a trust for charitable objects.7 
Note The eldest of Francis William's six surviving sons, Charles Francis Tetley (1848–1934), was born at Foxhill, Weetwood, near Leeds, on 24 October 1848. Unlike his father and grandfather, about whose education no details are known, he and two of his brothers (who went on to be employed in the firm as company secretary and head brewer respectively) attended Leeds grammar school and Harrow. In 1868 he went on to Trinity College, Cambridge, where he graduated in 1872 with honours in the classical tripos. After spending a year learning the trade at two southern breweries he joined the Tetley firm in 1873. On 2 June 1875 he married Alice Margaret (b. 1852/3), daughter of John William Atkinson, a Leeds solicitor; they had three sons and a daughter.

Charles Francis Tetley was made a partner in the brewery in 1877, and became chairman of the incorporated company in 1902. He was the first member of the business to play a significant part in Leeds politics, being elected to Leeds city council as a Conservative in 1895 and serving as lord mayor two years afterwards. In 1926 he was made a freeman of the city. He was prominent, as were later members of the Tetley family, in many aspects of the city's life, especially its fledgeling university. For fifty years a member of its governing body, he made benefactions to the University of Leeds, and was awarded an honorary doctorate in 1922. He was also for fifty years a churchwarden of St Michael's, Headingley. He died at Foxhill on 25 January 1934 and was buried at Lawnswood cemetery.8 

Family

Alice Margaret Atkinson b. 1853, d. 14 Oct 1922
Marriage*2 June 1875 Married Alice Margaret Atkinson on 2 June 1875 at St John the Evangelist Church, Leeds, Yorkshire;
Tetley-Atkinson. June 2 at St John the Evangelist, Leeds, the Rev Saml Hey, vicar of Sawley, assisted by the Rev F Atkinson, vicar of Long Eaton, Derbyshire, uncles of the bride, Chas. Francis Tetley, MA, Trinity College, Cambridge, eldest son of F W Tetley, Esq, of Fox Hill, Weetwood, Leeds, to Alice Margaret, eldest daughter of J W Atkinson, of Woodhouse-square, Leeds.3
Children
Last Edited30 Jul 2011

Citations

  1. [S10] The Times, 26 October 1848, page 6.
  2. [S10] The Times, 28 May 1875.
  3. [S10] Derby Mercury, 16 June 1875.
  4. [S10] The Times,7 Oct 1926.
  5. [S10] The Times 26 June 1934.
  6. [S10] The Times, 26 Jan 1934.
  7. [S10] The Times,14 May 1934.
  8. [S10] R. G. Wilson, ‘Tetley, Joshua (1778–1859)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, Sept 2004; online edn, Jan 2008 [http://0-www.oxforddnb.com.www.elgar.govt.nz:80/view/…, accessed 26 April 2008].
  9. [S10] Leeds Mercury, 2 April 1881.

Maud Tetley

b. 15 January 1878
Father*Arthur Joshua Tetley b. 27 Mar 1851, d. 2 Dec 1923
Mother*Isabella Sarah Alfree b. 6 Nov 1848, d. 2 May 1934
Birth*15 January 1878 Maud Tetley was born on 15 January 1878 at Lucknow, India; Tetley. Jan 15, at Lucknow, India, the wife of A J Tetley. Lieut 81st Regiment, and Superintendent of Gymnasium, prematurely of a daughter.1 
(Witness) Census1881 She appeared on the census of 1881 in the household of Arthur Joshua Tetley and Isabella Sarah Alfree at Manor House, Milton, Adderbury, Oxfordshire; Arthur Joshua Tetley, head, mar, 30. Captain, half pay (41st Reg). Born Leeds
Isabella Sarah, wife, 32. Born Iford, Sussex
Maud, daughter, 3. Born Lucknow, India
Daisy, daughter,1. Born Worton, Oxfordshire
Arthur Stanley,son, 9 mths. Born Milton, Oxfordshire. 
Marriage*15 September 1910 Married James Forsyth on 15 September 1910. 

Family

James Forsyth b. 16 Jun 1864, d. 26 Mar 1949
Last Edited3 Jun 2008

Citations

  1. [S10] Freeman's Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser, 21 February 1878.

Daisy Tetley

b. 17 July 1879
Father*Arthur Joshua Tetley b. 27 Mar 1851, d. 2 Dec 1923
Mother*Isabella Sarah Alfree b. 6 Nov 1848, d. 2 May 1934
Birth*17 July 1879 Daisy Tetley was born on 17 July 1879 at Over Norton, Oxfordshire. 
(Witness) Census1881 She appeared on the census of 1881 in the household of Arthur Joshua Tetley and Isabella Sarah Alfree at Manor House, Milton, Adderbury, Oxfordshire; Arthur Joshua Tetley, head, mar, 30. Captain, half pay (41st Reg). Born Leeds
Isabella Sarah, wife, 32. Born Iford, Sussex
Maud, daughter, 3. Born Lucknow, India
Daisy, daughter,1. Born Worton, Oxfordshire
Arthur Stanley,son, 9 mths. Born Milton, Oxfordshire. 
Marriage* Married George Bampfield
Passenger List*22 September 1928 Daisy Tetley was Returning from a visit to Scotland to see her mother. aboard the Andania which docked in Quebec on 22 Sept 1928. Details recorded: Daisy Bampfield, aged 49. Born Over Norton, England. In Canada before between 1907-1928 at 7 Kneehill Vallen Alta. Intending to reside permanently in Canada. Able to read. Passage paid for by her husband. Trade/Occupation followed in your own country - governess. Trade/occupation in Canada - housewife. Destination: Home and husband John Bampfield, R.R.I. Kneehill, Valley, Alberta. Nearest relative in country from which you came - Mother, Mrs Jane Tetley, Heathcote, Inverness, Scotland. on 22 September 1928. 

Family

George Bampfield b. 1875
Last Edited8 Mar 2009