- Born: 1772, Bingley, Yorkshire, England
- Christened: 17 Apr 1773, Keighley, Yorkshire, England 1397
- Marriage: Sarah Moore on 17 Sep 1793 in Bingley, Yorkshire, England 1396
- Died: Apr 1854, Ingrow, Keighley, Yorkshire, England at age 82
- Buried: 11 Apr 1854, Ingrow, Keighley, Yorkshire, England
Added 9/25/08 from IGI Index batchC018513
12/7/11 copied from thread on keighley site;
Richard WADDINTON, illigitimate son of the aforesid Hannah, married one Elizabeth. He was buried at Bingley in 1582, and she on 09Apr1611.
Walter WADDINGTON married Margaret MARSHALL on 13Dec1591 at Keighley. Walter died in 1601.
Richard WADDINGTON of Hermit Hole, baptised at Bingley, 23Mar1634, married Mary HARGREAVES at Bingley on 14Feb1666.
William WADDINGTON also of Hermit Hole, baptised at Bingley, 05Feb1609, married Grace WHITHAM at Bingley on 12Oct1692.
She was buried there, 18Dec1717.
Richard WADDINGTON, baptised 12Dec1707 at Keighley, was buried there 17Dec1786. He married one Susannah who was also buried at Keighley, 24Jan1787.
Amos WADDINGTON married Hannah. No more details given for them.
Their son was William WADDINGTON who married Sarah MOORE, the parents of your Joshua WADDINGTON.
It was one William WADDINTON of Ingrow who built Ingrow Church in the 1840s, and one of the WADDINGTONs was at one time licensee of the Great Northern Inn at Ingrow. I have heard that he won it on a clay-pigeon shoot! I hope Eddy Kelly, the leading authority on Keighley's hostelries sees this posting, because he'll no doubt be able to put his two penn'orth in there.
P.S. IF you subscribe to ancestry.co.uk someone by the name of Sarah Ward has done some work on this family. Go to 'Public Member Trees', get in under the name of William WADDINGTON etc., and it's the one at the top of the screen - 'Ward Family Tree.
As requested - my two pennorth
Whites directory of 1847 records a Joshua Waddiington keeping a beerhouse at Hainworth Shay. A further note suggests this was called the Shepherd Inn. John Waddington of the same address was being supplied with malted barley by Thomas Weatherhead of Bingley in 1849; no doubt used to brew their own beer. John may have been Joshua's son.
A John Waddington became licensee of the Springfield House beerhouse Hainworth Moor better known as T'Owd Gaumless during May 1882 & remained here until 1903 when he was succeeded by his son Amos Waddington a former policeman having served with the Liverpool Constabulary. He remained at the beerhouse until its closure in 1930 moving to the newly built Guide Inn on Hainworth Moor which opened in March 1930. He remained here until December 1935.
I have no record of a licensee called Waddington at the Great Northern Ingrow although my records of early ownership are incomplete. There was certainly a case heard in the Court of Chancery regarding the ownership of this pub. This may relate to the clay pigeon shoot.
heir son was William WADDINGTON who married Sarah MOORE, the parents of your Joshua WADDINGTON.
It was one William WADDINTON of Ingrow who built Ingrow Church in the 1840s,
This William Waddington died 5th July 1872 and was buried at St John's Ingrow on the 8th July 1872 - aged 65 - occupation "Mason" - address - Hollins House New Road Side.
There is a Memorial Stone on the Grave.
Sarah died on 13th November 1891 and buried on the 17th November 1891 - and they also buried a son Richard (date of death 26th) on 29th April 1853 aged 19 months.
Noted events in his life were:
• 1841 Census Hermitshole Waddington William: William Waddington age 68 Mason born Yorks, Jun 1841, Hermit Hole, Lanes End, Ingrow. 1398
• 1851 Census Ingrow Bancroft James: William Waddington head mar age 80 Stonemason born Bingley, 30 Mar 1851, New Road Side, Bingley, Yorkshire, England. 1399
William married Sarah Moore on 17 Sep 1793 in Bingley, Yorkshire, England.1396 (Sarah Moore was born in 1775 in Bingley, Yorkshire, England, died in Jul 1856 in Ingrow, Keighley, Yorkshire, England and was buried on 3 Aug 1856 in Ingrow, Keighley, Yorkshire, England.)