Frank Hallworth, son of William Hallworth and Hannah, was born in Bosden in 1879, and becme a coal miner. He married Edith Fidler at Edgeley Methodist Church, Stockport in 1902, and had two children:
Emma Fidler Hallworth
m. Emma Jackson, 1929
m. Herbert Cunliffe, 1930
Edith died at the age of 46, and was buried in St Thomas Norbury churchyard on 17 September 1924. Frank then married Sarah Hannah Garner at Trinity Methodist Church, Stockport in 1926.
Frank was buried in St Thomas Norbury churchyard on 13 January 1954, and Sarah on 29 March 1967.
Philip Hallworth, son of William Hallworth and Hannah, was born in Bosden in 1882, and worked as a brick burner. He married Florence Oldham in Stockport in 1905, and had one daughter:
m. Clive Borkwood, 1934
Philip and Florence both died in 1970.
William Hallworth, son of William Hallworth and Hannah, was born in Bosden in 1885, and became a hairdresser. He married Sarah Poole in Stockport in 1906, and the couple settled in Stockport. Sarah was christened in Poynton on 6 July 1884, and was the daughter of John Henry Poole and his wife Mary Ellen Chalton.
William and Sarah had four children, but the name of one who died in infancy is not known at present:
George Henry Poole Hallworth
Ella Poole Hallworth
Stanley Poole Hallworth
m. Alice Grantham Hallworth, 1927
m. Elsie Moores, 1934
Sarah died at the age of 46, and was buried in St Thomas Norbury churchyard on 13 January 1934. William was buried in the same churchyard on 13 July 1955.
William Millward, oldest son of Samuel Millward and Hannah Hallworth, was born in Hazel Grove in 1875, and like his father and many other relations worked in the local coal mines. He married Mary Ann Bennett at St Thomas' Church, Norbury on 30 November 1895, and the couple spent all their married life in Hazel Grove. They had eight children:
m. Annie Hawkridge, 1918
m. Mary Ann Farrand, 1920
m. Elizabeth McGuinn, 1927
m. May Maud Harper, 1934
William died on 23 March 1950, and was buried in St Thomas Norbury churchyard with his deceased children Robert and Fanny. When Mary Ann died on 30 January 1965, she was buried in the same grave.
Sarah Ann Millward, second child and oldest daughter of Samuel Millward and Hannah Hallworth, was born in Hazel Grove in 1876, and married Samuel Potts, a coal miner, at St Thomas' Church, Norbury on 28 October 1899. Samuel was born in Hazel Grove in 1876, and was the son of William Potts and his wife Emma Pritchard.
Samuel and Sarah had three daughters:
Samuel was buried in St Thomas Norbury churchyard on 18 December 1947, and Sarah on 21 November 1959.
Mary Millward, daughter of Samuel Millward and Hannah Hallworth, was born in Hazel Grove in 1887, and married James Eccles, a coal miner, at St Thomas' Church, Stockport in 1908. The couple had two daughters:
m. William Henry Ellis, 1935
James died at the age of 71, and was buried in St Thomas Norbury churchyard on 23 August 1958. Mary was buried there with him on 26 May 1961.
Ernest Hallworth, son of Samuel Hallworth and Ellen Smith, was born in Norbury in 1879, and married Annie Bullock at St Thomas' Church, High Lane in 1907. Ernest worked as a carter for a building contractor, and the couple lived in Hazel Grove. They had one daughter:
Ernest was buried in St Thomas Norbury churchyard on 6 March 1946, and Annie on 20 October 1962.
George Smith Hallworth, son of Samuel Hallworth and Ellen Smith, was born in Bosden in 1882, and married Annie Smith in Stockport in 1905. The couple lived in Hazel Grove, and George worked as a platelayer's labourer on the railway. They had one known child:
Annie died at the age of 67, and was buried in St Thomas Norbury churchyard on 16 June 1951. George, who shares her grave, was buried on 3 February 1956.
Daniel Hallworth, son of Samuel Hallworth and Ellen Smith, was born in Bosden in 1883, and married Hannah Jane Wainwright at St Thomas' Church, Norbury on 28 September, 1921. Hannah was born in Hazel Grove in 1901, and was the daughter of John William Wainwright and his wife Mary Alice Hallworth - Daniel's second cousin.
A year before her marriage, Hannah had a son who died just after birth. She and Daniel then had two more sons, but only one survived infancy:
John William Wainwright
m. Gladys Marshall, 1945
Daniel died on 14 January 1950, and was buried in St Thomas Norbury churchyard. Hannah was buried in the same grave on 10 July 1962.
Betty Dean, oldest daughter of William Dean and Mary Hallworth, was born in Hazel Grove in 1877 and worked as a weaver from the age of 13 onwards. She married Arthur Sykes, a railway labourer, at St Mary's Church, Cheadle in 1900 and had a daughter the following year:
m. James Baden Beard, 1926
Strangely, Betty and Arthur do not seem to have lived together, and are recorded on the 1901 and 1911 censuses as "married", but living with their respective parents. Arthur died at the age of 51 and was buried in St Thomas Norbury Churchyard on 2 February 1927. Betty was buried in the same cemetery on 16 February 1951.
James Dean, son of William Dean and Mary Hallworth, was born in Hazel Grove in 1883 and became a hatter. He married Annie Ashton at St Peter' Church, Prestbury in 1907, and settled with her in her native Poynton, living with her parents during the early years of their marriage. They had two children:
Mary Alice Dean
m. Stanley Davies Burton, 1927
James died in Poynton on 26 August 1961 and Annie died there in 1967.
Enoch Dean, son of William Dean and Mary Hallworth, was born in Hazel Grove in 1889 and worked like his older brother James in the local hatting industry. He married Mary Leonard at St Thomas' Chrch, Norbury in 1910 and had one daughter:
After the outbreak of WW1, Enoch enlisted in the Cheshire Regiment on 11 December 1915 and was mobilised on 27 November 1916. He remained in England on home service, but health problems led to him being transferred to the Labour Corps and discharged as "no longer fit for war service" on 12 November 1917: his medical record states that he suffered from congenital valvular heart disease. Enoch only lived a few months after his discharge, and died in Hazel Grove on 2 July 1918.
Charles Frederick Hallworth, only child of Matthew Hallworth and Mary Elinor Rubery, was born in Stockport on 29 November 1897. His mother died when he was just a year old, and his father remarried, but for some reason Charles was living with his uncle James Hallworth in 1911. Charles served in the Cheshire Regiment during WW11, and married Annie Hammond at St Augustine's Church, Brinksway on 28 August 1920.
The couple had one son:
Sadly, Annie died on 16 June 1921, a few months after Frederick's birth, and was buried in St Thomas Norbury churchyard on 20 June 1921. Frederick died a few weeks later, and was buried in the same grave as his mother on 2 August 1921. Charles' aunt and uncle who brought him up also share the same grave.
In 1933, Charles married Doris Brewer in Trinity Methodist Church, Stockport, and had two more children:
Charles died in Stockport in 1972.
Samuel Hallworth, oldest child of Noah Hallworth and Sarah Hannable, was born in Stockport and christened in Portwood on 8 August 1894. He was a collier before enlisting in the 1st Battalion, Cheshire Regiment on 17 January 1912, and he spent two years with the Army in Northern Ireland. He purchased his discharge for £18 on 29 December 1913.
Samuel married Amelia Conway at St Paul's Church, Portwood on 14 November 1914, and joined the Royal Garrison Artillery the following year, spending two years in Salonica.
The couple had two sons:
Samuel died in Stockport in 1956.