Thursday, March 9, 2017

The Basic Genealogy Mary Vipond The mother of John Vipond Woodhouse the Father of Caroline Augusta Woodhouse Watkins

The Basic Genealogy Mary Vipond The mother of John Vipond Woodhouse the Father of Caroline Augusta Woodhouse Watkins



Name : Mary Vipond
Born: July 29, 1802 Kendal, Westmoreland, England
Baptism: August 4, 1802   Kendal, Westmoreland, England
Died:  July 2, 1885  Jacksonville, Duval County Florida
Spouse: Thomas Dickinson Woodhouse 1st
                Joseph Crawshaw 2nd
Parents: John Vipond, Dorothy Lowis
Occupation: Housewife
Cause of Death: Unknown
Age at Death: YRS: 82 MOS: 11 DYS: 27
Immigrated To the United States: 13 Jun 1842
Find A Grave Memorial# 76765346
Naturalization: January 1, 1844 Roxbury Boston Suffolk County Massachusetts
Interment: Evergreen Cemetery Jacksonville Duval County Florida


Mary Vipond England Births and Christenings
Name Mary Vipond  Gender Female  Christening Date 22 Aug 1802  Christening Place KENDAL,WESTMORLAND,ENGLAND  Birth Date 29 Jul 1802  Father's Name John Vipond
Mother's Name Dorothy 

Citing this Record"England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:J7WD-TP2 : 30 December 2014), Mary Vipond, 22 Aug 1802; citing , reference ; FHL microfilm 0973138-0973139


England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
Indexing Project (Batch) Number
C00311-4  System Origin
England-ODM
GS Film number 0973138-0973139

Mary Vipond England Births and ChristeningsName Mary Vipond Gender Female Christening Date  22 Aug 1802 Christening Place Kendal, Westmorland, England Father's Name John Vipond Mother's Name Dorothy Vipond

Citing this Record"England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NY3D-QS9 : 6 December 2014), Mary Vipond, 22 Aug 1802; citing Kendal, Westmoreland, England, reference IT4 P269; FHL microfilm 973,139.
England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975

Indexing Project (Batch) Number
C02750-4  System Origin
England-EASy 
GS Film number 973139
Reference ID IT4 P269

Source:
https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NY3D-QS9




Mary Vipond Crawshaw
Mary Crawshaw
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1951-31419-4787-84?cc=2046765&wc=MW4V-HWG:350467601,350467602
 


Source:
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1971-31419-4614-82?cc=2046765&wc=MW4V-HWG:350467601,350467602

 Probate Records
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1942-31355-10264-65?cc=2046765&wc=MW4K-8TL:350467601,350499001
 


   Mary Crawshaw
Page: 7/7
Source:
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1971-31355-9772-49?cc=2046765&wc=MW4K-X68:350467601,350500601


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https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1951-31355-9794-69?cc=2046765&wc=QCL6-7MW:350467601,350500601


Florida Probate Records, 1784-1990 Bradford Petitions 1891-1923
Page: 9

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Page: 72/70
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Name: Thomas Dickinson. Woodhouse
Alias:  Dickson
Born: April 6, 1805  Parish: Lancaster, St Mary Lancashire, England
Died:   June 17, 1832 Lancaster , St Mary  Lancashire, England
Baptism: August 26, 1805  Parish: Lancaster, St Mary
Spouse: Mary Vipond
Parents: John Woodhouse, Margaret Peggy Borwick
Occupation: Painter
Cause of Death:
Undertaker: John Hull
Age at Death: YRS: 27
Date of Burial: June 17, 1832 /#1501
Find A Grave Memorial# 154223591
Interment: Parish: Lancaster, St Mary  Lancaster Lancashire, England


The Church of St Mary, Lancaster
in the County of
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Lancashire --

Baptism: 26 Aug 1805 St Mary, Lancaster, Lancashire, England
Thos Dickinson Woodhouse - Son of John Woodhouse & Peggy
    Born: 6 Apr 1805
    Abode: Lancr.
    Source: LDS Film 1526146

 Source:



The Church of St Mary, Lancaster
in the County of
--
Lancashire --

Burials at St Mary
in the Parish of Lancaster

Burials recorded in the Register for the years 1827 - 1832
Burials for the Years 1830 – 1832



Burial: 17 Jun 1832 St Mary, Lancaster, Lancashire, England
Thomas Dickinson Woodhouse -
Age: 27
Abode: Lanc'r
Notes: According to the certificate of the Rev'd G. MORLAND, Minister of St. John's
Chapel transmitted to me on the 17th day of June. John HULL, Curate
Register: Burials 1827 - 1832, Page 188, Entry 1501
Source: FHL 1526202


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Married: 27 Mar 1832 Saint Nicholas, Liverpool, Lancashire, England


The Parish of Our Lady and St Nicholas, Liverpool
in the County of
--
Lancashire

Marriages at Our Lady and St Nicholas with St Anne
in the City of Liverpool

Marriages recorded in the Register for the year 1832


Marriage: 27 Mar. 1832 St Nicholas, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
Thomas Dickinson Woodhouse - Painter of Parish of Lancaster
Mary Vipond - Spinster of Liverpool
    Married by Licence by: Cecil Wray Curate
    Register: Marriages 1832 from the Bishop's Transcripts, Page 4, Entry 507
    Source: LDS Film 1068891


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Caddie Woodlawn - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

Summary

One evening soon after Caddie’s clock repair, the family gathers together one evening, as usual, this time telling stories of earlier adventures as they crack butternuts. All that storytelling reminds Caddie of the breeches and clogs she had found: what was their story? Father and mother decide to tell the story.

John Woodlawn was born in England, the son of the second son of an English Lord. John’s father, Thomas, married the seamstress — a shoemaker’s daughter instead of the child of a noble family. That did not fit with the Lord’s plans, so he disowned his son, Thomas, John’s dad. Thomas went from living in a large estate with peacocks prancing about, to roaming from town to town, painting murals for inns and taverns in exchange for room and board. The change proved too abrupt, and Thomas died when his son...

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Ancestor Search
in the County of
--
Lancashire

Marriage: 27 Mar 1832 St Nicholas, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
Thomas Dickinson Woodhouse - Painter, Parish of Lancaster
Mary Vipond - Spinster, Liverpool
    Married by Licence by: Cecil Wray Curate
    Register: Marriages 1832 from the Bishop's Transcripts, Page 4, Entry 507
    Source: LDS Film 1068891

Source:

March 9, 2017


If you read your Caddie Woodlawn carefully (Chpt 8), you will see that
Thomas D. Woodhouse and Mary Vipond first married secretly. I don't know
what this means, but perhaps they got a friendly minister to do it in the
dead of night and no paperwork was filed. They may have done this
precisely because they didn't want to live in sin. They must have had John
V. after they were secretly married. The official marriage comes just
months before Thomas D. dies. I think that perhaps he was ill and knew he
was going to die and decided to have an official marriage, perhaps so his
son would be legitimate.

I view the late marriage date and further confirmation that we are on the
right track and that there is some truth to the Caddie Woodlawn story.

SG


Children

John Vipond Woodhouse
[1827-1900]


1.      John Vipond / Bytham Woodhouse
               Alias: Johnny
              Born:  January 10, 1826/7 Lancaster; Lancashire County England
             Baptism:  February 1826/7 Saint Mary's Lancaster, Lancashire, England
              Died: April 12, 1900 Anacortes Skagit County Washington
               Spouse: Harriet Jane White
               Parents: Father Thomas Dickinson Woodhouse,
                             Mary Vipond [nee Crashaw]
               Occupation: Master Mechanic
              Cause of Death: chronic cystitis
             Age at Death: YRS: 75 MOS: 3 DYS: 2
             Arrived in America: March 5, 1842
            Name of Ship: Rhode Island
            Deport of Country: Liverpool England
            Port of Arrival: New York City
            Find A Grave Memorial# 55681568
           Naturalization: January 1, 1844 Roxbury Boston Suffolk County Massachusetts
           Date of Burial: April 14, 1900
Interment: Grandview Cemetery Anacortes, Skagit, Washington

Married: September 8, 1847 Roxbury, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA
 Issues:  Clare Levon, Thomas Dickinson, Caroline Augusta, Mary, Henrietta, John Warren, Minnie Arla, Joseph William, Frank Edmund, George Daniel and Adopted Paul Vane Woodhouse



Ancestor Search
in the County of
--
Lancashire --

Baptism: 14 Feb 1826 St Mary, Lancaster, Lancashire, England
John Woodhouse Vipon - Son of Mary Vipon
    Born: 10 Jan 1826
    Abode: Lancr.
    Notes: [In occupation] Illigte.
    Baptised by: J. Manby, Vicar
    Register: Baptisms 1825 - 1831, Page 52, Entry 415
    Source: LDS Film 1526146

Source:

Note: John Was born out of Wedlock.  He list under his mother's maiden name: John Woodhouse Vipond.

Bates County Biographies
WOODHOUSE, J.V.
Osage Township - J.V. Woodhouse, superintendent of the Rich Hill Smelting Works, was born in England, January 10, 1826. During the time of his residence in his native country, he was employed in a carpet factory, but when he was less than fourteen years of age, he immigrated to America, locating in Sullivan County, New York. After one year, he went to the city of Boston, and worked in a carpet factory there until he attained the age of twenty-three years. While thus employed he put up the first machinery in that city for manufacturing tapestry carpets. When he was twenty-three, he left Boston with two steam engines for the Chippewa Valley, Wisconsin, where he was engaged in the lumber business, for seven years. Going to St. Louis, he fitted up the old Southern Hotel of that city, put in the heating apparatus for the Insane Asylum, afterwards worked in the machine shops of Girard B. Allen, and for some time was superintendent for the St. Louis Bridge Company. In 1870, he went to Mine La Motte, Missouri, where he built the crushing and dressing works for a lead smelting company, and during this period obtained a patent for smelting which is now used in all mining districts. In 1877, he moved to Illinois, locating near Bunker Hill, where he had purchased a farm. Becoming dissatisfied with the life of an agriculturist, he remained but six months, then settling at Oronogo, Missouri, where he placed in position the pumping machinery for the lead and zinc mines. He built the smelting works for the lead company, at Webb City, Missouri, then erected the Pitcher Lead and Zinc Smelting Works at Joplin, and has been superintendent for the same company since completing the Rich Hill Smelting Works, of which a more extended notice is given in the history of this city. While in Boston, Mr. Woodhouse was married to Miss Harriet J. White, September 8, 1847; by this union they have ten children, eight of whom are now living: Thomas D., Warren, Joseph, Frank, George, Caddie, Henrietta, and Minnie. Mr. Woodhouse is a member of the I.O.O.F. order. (History of Bates County, Missouri, 1883)

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2nd Husband of Mary Vipond

Name: Joseph Crawshaw Sr.
Born: 1 Sep 1816 Lancaster Lancashire County England
Died: February 13, 1897 Lawtey, Bradford County Florida
Spouse: Mary Vipond [nee  Woodhouse]
Parents:
Occupation: Carpet Manufacture /Orange Grower
Cause of Death:
Baptism: 01 Sep 1816  Lancaster Lancashire County England
Age at Death: YRS: 81
Arrived in America: March 5, 1842
Find A Grave Memorial# 76765345
Naturalization: January 1, 1844 Roxbury Boston Suffolk County Massachusetts
Interment: Evergreen Cemetery Jacksonville Duval County Florida

The Carpet and upholstery trade review and the rug trade review

.Pg 6
 MORTUARY. 1897

MONO the members of the trade whose deaths have been recorded in Thu Carpet and Upholstery Trade Review during the past twelve months were the following:
Crawshaw, Joseph, retired carpet merchant, Lawtrey, Fla. , February 13. 1897
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Saint Louis: The Future City of the World . St. Louis: Gray, Baker and Co, 1875.
Joseph Crawshaw

JOSEPH CRAWSHAW, the senior partner in the well-known carpet house of J. Crawshaw & Son, was born in England, June 16, 1816. His ancestors for some generations were carpet manufacturers, and Joseph, the subject of this memoir, was raised to the business in all its branches, and, as a consequence, may be said to bring to this particular branch of trade more experience and practical knowledge than any other man in St. Louis. His early educational advantages were moderate, but sufficient to insure success in the path in life he was destined to travel.

At the age of eighteen, he came to America, like thousands of other enterprising and energetic Englishmen, who are to be found occupying prominent positions in the great commercial centres of the Western World, to better his fortunes and find a more extended field for the exercise of his industry. He found employment in New Haven, Connecticut, for a few months as a carpet weaver, and from 1834 to 1838 he was occupied in Lowell, Massachusetts, as a weaver of ingrain and Brussels carpets.

In the fall of 1838 he returned to England, and entered the employ of Hinshall, Nephew & Co., and while thus engaged invented the tapestry Brussels carpet. He was not aware of the value or importance of his invention, and the patent was issued to his employers, who doubtless reaped a rich harvest from the work of their employee.

 In December 1841, he resolved to retrace his steps and return to America, which he accordingly did the following March. Arriving in New York, he accidentally got into conversation with a gentleman at the door of a carpet store on Pearl street, which ended in his being employed as foreman in the factory of Henry Winfield & Co., with whom he remained for one year. He worked in the same capacity in Tariffville, Connecticut, when, in 1843, he was one of a company that started a carpet manufactory in Roxbury, Massachusetts, he himself being foreman, superintendent and part owner for thirteen years. While in Roxbury, in 1849, he was elected to the City Council on the Whig

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ticket, and from a Democratic ward, such was his personal popularity.

The change in the tariff of 1845-'46 stopped nearly all carpet manufacturing in the United States, and Mr. Crawshaw accepted the position of manager of the wholesale department in the carpet house of Houghton, Sawyer & Co., of Boston, Massachusetts, and where he remained until 1858.

An ill-advised generosity and endorsements for friends had swept away a fortune, which during these years he had managed to accumulate, when in 1858 he came to St. Louis and worked for E. P. Pettes & Co.; then with the house of Pettes & Leathe. After the lapse of two years, he bought out the gas-fitting department of this establishment, and started business for himself under the name of J. Crawshaw & Son.

In 1871, he combined with gas-fixings the goods he knew so well, taking in carpets and carrying a large stock, with well-merited success. In his strict attention to his business, he has well earned the large and constantly increasing trade which to-day crowns his efforts. As a man of business integrity, he stands high in this community. Generous and social by nature, his private life is blessed with friends who entertain a high regard for his moral purity and other estimable qualities. Honest and upright even to a fault, he bears an unspotted reputation and unblemished name in all the relations of public or domestic life.
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North University Illinois Digital Project
Source:

Joseph Crawshaw, "England Marriages, 1538–1973 "
Name:  Joseph Crawshaw
Spouse's Name: Mary Woodhouse
Event Date:  27 Mar 1834
Event Place:  Lancaster, Lancashire, England
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M00590-5
System Origin:  England-ODM
GS Film number:  1526201 IT 1-10
Reference ID:

Citing this Record
"England Marriages, 1538–1973 ," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NVT3-5SF : accessed 28 May 2013), Joseph Crawshaw and Mary Woodhouse, 27 Mar 1834

 Familysearch.Org  Source:
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NVT3-5SF
Married: 27 Mar 1834 Lancaster, Lancashire, England

The Church of St Mary, Lancaster
in the County of
--
Lancashire --
Marriages at St Mary
in the Parish of Lancaster

Marriages recorded in the Register for the years 1834 – 1837

Marriage: 27 Mar 1834 St Mary, Lancaster, Lancashire, England
Joseph Crawshaw - Bachelor of Kendal in the Parish of Kendal & County of Westmoreland
Mary Woodhouse - Widow of This Town & Parish
Witness: Ann Wilson; John Vipond
Married by Banns by: John Hull, Curate
Register: Marriages 1834 - 1837, Page 11, Entry 33
Source: LDS Film 1526201

Source:
http://www.lan-opc.org.uk/Lancaster/stmary/marriages_1834-1837.html

Special Notes: Ann Wilson [John Wilson] Sister of Mary Vipond Woodhouse [nee' Crawshaw]
 
The Children
Of
Joseph Crawshaw
Mary Vipond Woodhouse

[1834-1905]

Bradford County Telegraph (Starke, Florida)
 i Friday, July 27, 1900 - Page 3
Pear Grower

1.      Joseph Crawshaw Jr.
              Born:   13 Dec 1834 Lancaster Lancashire County England
              Died: 19 Mar 1905  Lawtey, Bradford  County Florida
              Spouse: Helen Martin
              Parents: Joseph Crawshaw Sr.
                             Mary Vipond [Nee Woodhouse]
              Occupation: Carpet Store
                                     Pear grower
             Cause of Death: N/A
Date of Burial: March 21, 1905
Baptized: January 10, 1835
            Age at Death: YRS: 70 
             Arrived in America: March 5, 1842
             Baptism:  10 Jan 1835 St Mary, Lancaster, Lancs.
             Find A Grave Memorial# 76765344
Interment: Evergreen Cemetery Jacksonville Duval County Florida

Married: 20 Aug 1867 Marriage Place: Melrose, Massachusetts
No Issues:
The Church of St Mary, Lancaster
in the County of
--
Lancashire --
Baptisms at St Mary
in the Parish of Lancaster

Baptisms recorded in the Register for 1831 - 1837
Baptisms for 1835 – 1836

Baptism: 10 Jan 1835 St Mary, Lancaster, Lancs.
Joseph Crawshaw - Son of Joseph Crawshaw & Mary
Born: 17 Dec 1834
Abode: Lanc'r
Occupation: Carpet Weaver
Baptised by: G. Morland Officiating Minister
Register: Baptisms 1831 - 1837, Page 183, Entry 1459
Source: LDS Film 1526146
Source:
http://www.lan-opc.org.uk/Lancaster/stmary/baptisms_1835-1836.html

2.      Edmund Crawshaw
              Born:  September 1840 Huddersfield, Yorkshire West Riding
              Died: 3 Mar 1896 Kirkwood, St Louis County; Missouri
              Spouse: Laura Frances. Targee
              Parents:  Joseph Crawshaw Sr.
              Mary Vipond [Nee Woodhouse]
              Date of Burial: March 5, 1896
              Occupation: Doctor
              Age at Death: YRS: 55
              Find A Grave Memorial# 140640334        
                Cause of Death: Heart Disease
             Interment: Bellefontaine Cemetery Saint Louis St. Louis City Missouri, USA


 Marriage Date: 8 Nov 1866 Marriage County: St Louis
Issues: Eugene Chandos and Julien Jewett. Crawshaw


3.      Sarah Ann Crawshaw
             Born:  11 Jul 1841 Huddersfield, Yorkshire West Riding
             Died: Before  1897 Missouri, USA
             Baptism: 22 Aug 1841 Huddersfield, Yorkshire West Riding United Kingdom
             Spouse: Conrad Weissner 1st
                            John Lutz 2nd
              Parents: Joseph Crawshaw Sr.
                              Mary Vipond [Nee Woodhouse]
               Find A Grave Memorial# 168947456
              Age at Death: Abt 57
             Occupation: Housewife
              Cause of Death:
              Interment: UNKNOWN

Married: 15 Jan 1867 Event Place Saint Louis ,St  Louis ,Missouri
1st Conrad Weissner
Issues: Mary, Joseph Crawshaw, & Sophie Weissner

Married: . 07 Dec 1875 Event Place Saint Louis, St Louis, Missouri
2nd John Lutz
No Issues


Florida Probate Records, 1784-1990 Bradford Petitions 1891-1923 Translated

State Florida               } To The Hon J.R. Richard County Judge in and for the County of
Bradford County        } Bradford, State of Florida.

Your Petitioner would represent that he is the only son of Mary Crawshaw late of Bradford County deceased.  That the said Mary Crawshaw died on the [3] third day of July 1885. At her residence at Lawtey, Bradford County possessed of Goods and chattels remaining to be administered upon.  That the said deceased left at the time of her death as next of kin your Petitioner and his sister Sarah A. Shultz [Lutz] residence at Herman.  State of Missouri. That the said deceased died interstate; where upon your Petitioner prays that he may be appointed administrator

26th March 1897
Joseph Crawshaw

Page: 72/70
Source:

Hermann county seat of Gasconade County, Missouri, United States.



 








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