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Operative Society of Masons Obituaries: Surnames – Wa-We

A list of the fortnightly returns of the Operative Society of Masons, Quarrymen and Allied Trades of England and Wales (including details of the document references needed to order the volumes) is included in our online catalogue.

Surname: First name: Branch / Location: Age at death: Relationship to member: Date of Fortnightly Return: Date of death: Cause of death: Entitled to benefits: Other info:
Waddicor John Darwen 63
24 Feb-10 Mar 1898 28 Feb 1898 Gangrene of foot £10 Application for superannuation in return for 15-29 Mar 1894, p.9 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/75].
Waddington Aaron Manchester 58
28 Mar-11 Apr 1895 21 Mar 1895 Influenza £5
Waddington Annie London (Paviers' Arms) 4 months Daughter of Joseph Waddington 11-25 Jul 1867 9 Jul 1867 Syphilis, hereditary Full
Waddington Emmanuel Blackburn 37
18 Sep-2 Oct 1879 25 Sep 1879 Bright's disease Full
Waddington Frederick Portland (Easton) 46
14-28 Sep 1905 23 Sep 1905 Peritonitis £12 Result of raffle of his tools in return for 23 Nov-7 Dec 1905, p.14; further info in return for 4-18 Jan 1906, p.12
Waddington Grace Keighley 61 Widow of Richard Waddington 10-24 Mar 1887 22 Mar 1887 Pneumonia Full
Waddington Herbert Rawtenstall 2 weeks and 3 days Son of William Waddington 28 Sep-12 Oct 1871 9 Oct 1871 Measles Full
Waddington Isaac Sheffield

21 Sep-5 Oct 1854 8 Sep 1854 Fever

Waddington James Keighley 48
29 Apr-13 May 1869 28 Apr 1869 Pneumonia Full
Waddington Joseph Keighley 54
24 Sep-8 Oct 1885 28 Sep 1885 Softening of brain Full Application for superannuation in return for 19 Jan-2 Feb 1882, pp.7-8 (age given as 53) [MSS.78/OS/4/1/61].
Waddington Martha Keighley 34 Wife of William Waddington 2-16 Apr 1868 2 Apr 1868 Pneumonia Full
Waddington Mary Harrogate 47 Wife of Robert Waddington 30 Jul-13 Aug 1874 4 Aug 1874 Dropsy Full
Waddington Mary Keighley 70 Widow of William Waddington 27 Jul-10 Aug 1899 29 Jul 1899 Senile decay £5
Waddington Mary Rebecca Keighley 31 Wife of Benjamin Waddington 1-15 Oct 1868 5 Oct 1868 Scarlet fever Full
Waddington Mawson Keighley

5-19 Apr 1877


"Oppositionist - Dead", p.6.
Waddington Rebecca Mansfield 35 Wife of Robert Waddington 1-15 Jan 1874 13 Jan 1874 Phthisis Full
Waddington Richard Keighley 52
29 Jun-13 Jul 1876 2 Jul 1876 Bronchitis Full
Waddington Robert Harrogate 60
25 May-8 Jun 1882 29 May 1882 Chronic bronchitis Full "Residing at Little Wonder". Application for superannuation in return for 8-22 Dec 1881, p.8 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/58].
Waddington Robert Mansfield 40
31 Dec 1874-14 Jan 1875 3 Jan 1875 Phthisis Full
Waddington Tom Halifax 25
23 Jan-6 Feb 1902 31 Jan 1902 Acute pneumonia £12
Waddington William Keighley

16-30 Apr 1868 18 Apr 1868 Fever Full
Waddington William Keighley 51
18 Jan-1 Feb 1872 19 Jan 1872 Inflammation of the lungs Full "Wm. Waddington (No.1)"
Waddington William Keighley 65
18 Jul-1 Aug 1872 5 Jul 1872 Chronic bronchitis Full
Wade Benjamin Bradford 26
20 Jun-4 Jul 1872 9 Jun 1872 "His body was found severed in two on the Midland Railway" Half 15 weeks in arrears
Wade Henry Leeds 28
1-15 Sep 1859 12 Aug 1859 Concussion of the brain

Wade Henry York 57
5-19 Jun 1884 9 Jun 1884 Phthisis Full Application for superannuation in return for 28 Feb-13 Mar 1884, p.9.
Wade Jane York 59 Wife of Henry Wade 14-28 Apr 1881 20 Apr 1881 Senile decay Full
Wade Jonathan Stafford

24 Aug-7 Sep 1843


Alias John Wallison
Wade Thomas London (South) 24
9-23 Mar 1865 13 Mar 1865 Phthisis Full
Wade Thomas London (South) 51
14-28 Aug 1862 22 Aug 1862 Strangulated inquinical humce Full Application for accident provision in return for 20 Nov-4 Dec 1862, p.4, and 12-26 Feb 1863, p.5. Letter of thanks in return for 18 Jun-2 Jul 1863, p.6 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/25].
Wade William Birmingham 50
11-25 Oct 1883 14 Oct 1883 Phthisis Full
Wade William Darlington 38
14-28 Jan 1886 12 Jan 1886 Phthisis Full
Wade William Gargrave 28
21 Jun-5 Jul 1849 30 Jun 1849 Mortification of the arm, from an accident with a locomotive on 18 June Full
Wadge Richard Morice Town 79
13-27 Aug 1896 13 Aug 1896 Natural causes £10 Application for superannuation in return for 13-27 Oct 1881, p.8 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/58].
Wadge Samuel Delank 34
23 Dec 1879-8 Jan 1880 27 Dec 1879 Consumption Full Had been in America. Application for superannuation in return for 10-24 Jul 1879, p.9 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/55].
Wadlow Amy M.H. London (Pavior's Arms) 1 year and 4 months Daughter of William Wadlow 14-28 Aug 1873 11 Aug 1873 Diarrhoea Full
Wadlow Edith Esther London (Paviors' Arms)
Daughter of William Wadlow 9-23 Aug 1877 11 Aug 1877
Full
Wadlow Ernest London (Paviors' Arms) 6 months Son of William Wadlow 3-17 Jun 1875 27 May 1875
Full
Wadlow Sydney R. London (Paviors' Arms) 18 months Son of William Wadlow 19 Jun-3 Jul 1884 18 Jun 1884
Full
Wadlow William London (Westminster) 53
30 Dec 1897-13 Jan 1898 5 Jan 1898 Heart disease £12 Result of raffle of his tools in return for 23 Mar-6 Apr 1899, p.15
Wadsworth James Hadfield 50
13-27 Apr 1871 13 Apr 1871


Wadsworth Joseph Maesteg 52
4-18 Aug 1859 16 Jul 1859 Bronchitis Half Entitled to half funeral allowance, as not been a member 6 months, and over 51 years of age when he joined
Wadsworth Matthew Hadfield 30
15-29 Jul 1875 17 Jul 1875 Inflammation of the brain Full
Wadsworth Richard Durham 72
21 May-4 Jun 1885 21 May 1885 Accidental fall downstairs Half Application for superannuation in return for 19 Jul-2 Aug 1883, p.9 (age given as 73) [MSS.78/OS/4/1/61].
Wadsworth William Heywood 41
22 Mar-5 Apr 1900 22 Mar 1900 Phthisis pulmonalis £12
Wagget Joseph South Shields 35
6-20 Aug 1868 7 Aug 1868 Consumption Full
Waggitt John Bradford 51
2-16 Aug 1894 12 Aug 1894 Phthisis pulmonalis £10
Waggott Anthony Bradford (Manningham) 64
30 Dec 1875-13 Jan 1876 20 Dec 1875 Bronchitis and heart disease Half
Wagstaff Emma Barnsley 29 Wife of Charles Wagstaff 18 Dec 1873-1 Jan 1874 10 Dec 1873 Rheumatic fever Full
Wain George London 42
19 Feb-5 Mar 1857 18 Feb 1857 Pulmonary consumption Full Late a member of Paviers' Arms Lodge
Wain George William Portland 62
16 Jun 1920 20 Jan 1919 Silicosis £10
Wain Mary Sheen 42 Wife of William Wain 9-23 Jan 1879 6 Jan 1879 Supression of urine Full
Wain Samuel Whitwell 21
8-22 Aug 1878 31 Jul 1878 Phthisis Full
Wainman John Carlisle 54
12-26 May 1881 12 May 1881 Cirrhosis of liver Full Application for superannuation in return for 17-31 Mar 1881, p.7 (age given as 55).
Wainwright Joseph Warrington 26
27 Sep-11 Oct 1883 27 Sep 1883 Phthisis pulmonalis Full
Wainwright Thomas Nottingham 44
20 Dec 1883-3 Jan 1884 27 Dec 1883 Consumption of lungs Full Application for superannuation in return for 13-27 Sep 1883, p.8. Results of raffle on behalf of his widow in return for 17-31 Jul 1884, p.6.
Wait Florence Sheffield 10 months Daughter of William Wait 11-25 Jun 1891 20 Jun 1891
Full
Wait Lilian Sheffield 6 months Daughter of Frederick William Wait 19 Jan-2 Feb 1893 26 Jan 1893
£2
Waite Annie M. Lincoln 14 Daughter of William Waite 6-20 Oct 1887 5 Oct 1887
Full
Waite Clara Lincoln 13 Daughter of William Waite 21 Mar-4 Apr 1889 21 Mar 1889
Full
Waite Edward Barnard Castle 36
15-29 Jan 1908 18 Jan 1908 Phthisis £8 Late Secretary of Barnard Castle Lodge; left widow and 3 children. Result of raffle of his tools in return for 1-15 Jul 1908, p.9
Waite Ephraim Barrow in Furness 62
1-15 Dec 1909 7 Dec 1909 Bronchial asthma £10 Superannuated
Waite Ernest Lincoln 8 Son of William Waite 6-20 Oct 1887 10 Oct 1887
Full
Waite George Lloyd Lincoln 37
22 Aug-5 Sep 1878 1 Aug 1878 Diffused aneurism Full
Waite Henry Albert Bradford 41
18 May-1 Jun 1899 13 May 1899 Acute tuberculosis £10
Waite James Ulverston 44
3-17 Dec 1874 6 Dec 1874 Consumption Full
Waite James Ulverston 36
28 Aug-11 Sep 1873 3 Sep 1873 Thoracic disease Full
Waite William Rotherham 67
10 Jan 1912 3 Jan 1912 Tuberculosis £10 Superannuated
Waites Elizabeth Preston 31 Wife of Thomas Waites 7-21 Apr 1864 14 Apr 1864 Phthisis Full
Wake John Hull 39
28 Dec 1876-11 Jan 1877 25 Dec 1876 Phthisis Full
Wake Stephen Hull 29
8-22 Feb 1877 10 Feb 1877 Phthisis and pulmonary hemorrhage Full
Wake William Lowick

4-18 Aug 1859 8 Aug 1859 Phthisis Full Late a member of Sunderland lodge
Wakefield John Nottingham 51
10-24 Oct 1861 14 Oct 1861 Bronchitis Full In return for 10-24 Dec 1857, p.3: concern expressed by Retford lodge over payment of sick pay to John Wakefield by Sleaford lodge ("an elderly man, verging upon fifty years of age, …"
Wakefield Joseph Cirencester 68
23 Jan-6 Feb 1879 28 Jan 1879 Diseased kidneys Half
Wakeham
Cardiff (Black Lion) 10 minutes Infant son of William Wakeham 29 May-12 Jun 1879 5 Jun 1879
Full
Wakeham Albert Ernest London (South) 6 months Son of William James Wakeham 9-22 Dec 1880 7 Dec 1880
Full
Wakeham Beatrice A. Cardiff (Black Lion) 7 months Daughter of William Wakeham 12-26 Aug 1886 2 Aug 1886
Full
Wakeham Bessie May Barry 2 Daughter of W.S. Wakeham 25 Mar-8 Apr 1908 6 Apr 1908
£2 10s
Wakeham Eliza C. Cardiff (Roath) 9 Daughter of Walter Wakeham 17-31 May 1888 17 May 1888
Part "The deceased's friends received only £1, being insured elsewhere, which, which this amount, made up the total which by law is allowed to be paid on the death of a child under 10 years of age"
Wakeham Frank Plymouth 18 Son of George Wakeham 20 Sep-4 Oct 1866 19 Sep 1866 Phthisis Full
Wakeham Frederick Cardiff (Roath) 2 months Son of Walter Wakeham 29 Dec 1887-12 Jan 1888 26 Dec 1887
Full
Wakeham George Cardiff (Black Lion) 76
19 Feb-5 Mar 1891 18 Feb 1891 Bronchitis Full Became member of trade fund at Tregantle on 19 Aug 1861 (3rd time of entrance). Application for superannuation in return for 22 Jan-5 Feb 1891, p.8, in which he was stated to suffer from senile debility and a dislocated left shoulder.
Wakeham George Chester 45
28 Nov-12 Dec 1889 5 Dec 1889 Heart disease and dropsy Full Result of raffle on his behalf in return for 16-30 Jun 1887, p.6 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/66].
Wakeham Henry Cardiff (Roath) 11 months Son of Charles Henry Wakeham 26 May-9 Jun 1904 24 May 1904
£2 10s
Wakeham Miriam B. Plymouth 38 Wife of William Wakeham 6-20 Feb 1890 3 Feb 1890 Pleurisy pneumonia Full
Wakeham Miriam Laura Plymouth 10 months Daughter of William James Wakeham 18 Dec 1873-1 Jan 1874 16 Dec 1873 Croup Full
Wakeham Walter Lewis Cardiff (Black Swan) 3 Son of Walter Wakeham 18 Sep-2 Oct 1879 15 Sep 1879
Full
Wakeham William Cardiff (Black Lion) 49
14-28 Apr 1892 7 Apr 1892 Phthisis £12
Wakeham William Croydon 27
22 Jul-5 Aug 1869 15 Jul 1869 Phthisis Full
Wakeham William Edwin Plymouth
Son of William James Wakeham 29 Jul-12 Aug 1875 12 Jul 1875
Full
Wakley E.M. France 30
4 Jul 1917 13 May 1917 Killed in action £10 Royal Engineers (546694). Member of London (Battersea) Lodge.
Wakley Elizabeth Bristol 36 Wife of John Wakley 26 Nov-10 Dec 1857 Nov 1857 Phthisis Full
Wakley James Bristol 43
8-22 Aug 1867 14 Aug 1867 Disease of the brain Full "The deceased received the accident provision of £100 on last May 22nd, and at that time was in a very prostrate position, which has eventually ended in death. The late brother's remains were consigned to their last resting-place in Arno Vale Cemetery, on Sunday, the 18th inst., when about seventy members of the society attended to show their regard to the remains of an old and much respected member". Application for accident provision in return for 21 Mar-4 Apr 1867, p.7. Report of presentation of accident provision to his wife, Sarah Wakley, in return for 16-30 May 1867, pp.11-12.
Waldie Robert Stockton on Tees 37
22 Oct-5 Nov 1885 22 Oct 1885 Suicide Full
Waldron
Exeter A few hours Infant son of George Waldron 13-27 Apr 1871 10 Apr 1871 Premature birth Full
Walkden William Manchester (Hulme) 45
6-20 Oct 1898 4 Oct 1898 Broncho-pneumonia £12
Walker
Manchester (Salford) 1 hour Twin infant child of William Joseph Walker 31 Dec 1874-14 Jan 1875 9 Jan 1875
Full
Walker
Manchester (Salford) 2 hours Twin infant child of William Joseph Walker 31 Dec 1874-14 Jan 1875 9 Jan 1875
Full
Walker
Owlerton
Infant child of Richard Henry Walker 27 Dec 1877-10 Jan 1878 2 Jan 1878
Full
Walker Aaron Egham 36
24 Jun-8 Jul 1880 28 Jun 1880 Found drowned Full
Walker Ada Bradford 3 months Daughter of J.J. Walker 17-31 Aug 1893 25 Aug 1893
£2
Walker Agnes Newcastle on Tyne 78 Widow of William Walker 7-21 Apr 1898 30 Mar 1898 Influenza £5
Walker Albert Manchester
Son of Thomas Walker 1-15 Apr 1869 30 Mar 1869
Full
Walker Albert Manchester 7 weeks Son of John Walker 25 Jul-8 Aug 1867 24 Jul 1867 Erysipelas Full
Walker Alfred Derby 41
18 Aug-1 Sep 1892 17 Aug 1892 Phthisis £2 10s
Walker Alfred Staleybridge 38
28 Nov-12 Dec 1867 9 Dec 1867 Chronic pneumonia Full
Walker Alice Ollerton 18 months Daughter of William J. Walker 7-21 Mar 1867 6 Mar 1867 Convulsions Full
Walker Ann Heywood 65 Widow of Joseph Walker 18 Dec 1907-1 Jan 1908 22 Dec 1907 Morbis cordis £4
Walker Ann Liverpool (Central) 82 Widow of W. Walker 4 Jul 1917
Senile decay £4
Walker Anna Manchester (Salford) 13 months Daughter of William Joseph Walker 15-29 May 1879

Full
Walker Anne Doncaster 30 Wife of Samuel Pentecost Walker 27 Feb-13 Mar 1873 11 Mar 1873 Enteric fever Full
Walker Annie Owlerton 4 hours Daughter of Richard Walker 1-15 May 1879 5 May 1879
Full
Walker Archibald Bolton 53
17 Jun-1 Jul 1897 21 Jun 1897 Nephritis £12 Superannuated
Walker Arthur Barnsley 5 months Son of Richard Walker 11-25 May 1871 9 May 1871 Bronchitis Full
Walker Barbara Scarborough 60 Widow of John Walker 13-27 Aug 1885 19 Aug 1885 Pneumonia Full
Walker Beatrice Tavistock
Daughter of James Walker 26 Dec 1878-9 Jan 1879 29 Dec 1878
Full
Walker Charles London (Paviors' Arms) 50
6-20 Mar 1879 6 Mar 1879 Pneumonia and inflammation of lungs Full
Walker Charles Penrith 43
12-26 Jun 1890 29 May 1890 Phthisis pulmonalis Full
Walker Daisy E. Barnsley 6 months Daughter of James Walker 3-17 Nov 1887 31 Oct 1887
Full
Walker David Leicester 36
12-26 Oct 1848 19 Oct 1848 Consumption Full
Walker David Manchester

23 Apr-7 May 1840


Member of sick and funeral fund
Walker E.F.T. Newcastle on Tyne 13 months Daughter of Samuel Walker 23 Sep-7 Oct 1875 19 Sep 1875
Full
Walker Edward Manchester (Central) 46
6-20 May 1908 17 Apr 1908


Walker Eli Bradford (Manningham) 48
21 Feb-7 Mar 1878 22 Feb 1878 Phthisis Full
Walker Eliza M. Manchester (Salford) 15 weeks Daughter of Thomas Walker 4-18 Jun 1874 2 Jun 1874 Water on the brain Full
Walker Emma Manchester (Salford) 74 Widow of Peter Walker 7 Jul 1915 23 Jun 1915 Apoplexy £4
Walker Enoch Newcastle under Lyme 52
4-18 Oct 1877 15 Oct 1877 Tuberculosis of the lungs Full
Walker Francis Rooker Manchester (Hulme) 70
3 Jan 1917 9 Dec 1916 Hypertrophy of prostate £2 10s
Walker George Barnsley 64
2-16 Feb 1882 5 Feb 1882 Heart disease and emphysema Full
Walker George Cardiff 21
31 Jul-14 Aug 1873 29 Jul 1873 Phthisis Full
Walker George London (Stratford) 49
22 Apr-6 May 1897 16 Apr 1897

Out of benefit
Walker Gilbert Bradford 2 Son of William Walker 18 Aug-1 Sep 1870 21 Aug 1870 Bronchitis Full
Walker Harry Brocklehurst Military Hospital 34
5 Jul 1916 5 Jun 1916 Asthma £10 Member of Birmingham Lodge
Walker Henry Huddersfield 6 weeks Son of William Walker 16-30 Apr 1868 28 Apr 1868
Full
Walker Henry Newark 30
14-28 Apr 1859 16 Apr 1859 Diseased lungs Full
Walker Henry Pontypool 49
12-26 Oct 1893 14 Oct 1893 Heart disease £12
Walker Isaac Owlerton 74
28 Aug-11 Sep 1884 6 Sep 1884 Bronchitis Half
Walker Jacob Boreatton Park 26
3-17 Apr 1856 30 Mar 1856 Disease of the heart

Walker James Abergavenny 22
16-30 May 1867 25 May 1867 Phthisis Half
Walker James Cardiff 61
7-21 Sep 1865 17 Sep 1865 Cancer of the tongue Full
Walker James Crewe 1 Son of Joshua Walker 24 Jan-7 Feb 1878 30 Jan 1878
Full
Walker James Huddersfield 63
12-26 Jan 1888 20 Jan 1888 Acute bronchitis Half
Walker James Lancaster 40
1-15 Oct 1903 1 Oct 1903 Accidently killed by falling timber £12 Became member at Lancaster on 8 Apr 1889, aged 27. Application for accident provision on p.8. Result of raffle of his tools in return for 11-25 Oct 1906, p.11
Walker James London (Paviers' Arms) 25
14-28 Jun 1866 12 Jun 1866 Asphyxia Full
Walker James E. Leicester 4 Son of John Walker 22 Feb-8 Mar 1877 28 Feb 1877
Full
Walker James Shirt Barnsley 41
1-15 Nov 1888 5 Nov 1888 Nephritis and uraemia Full
Walker James William Birmingham 55
24 Feb-10 Mar 1909 3 Mar 1909 Phthisis £10 Superannuated
Walker Jane Blackburn 40 Wife of Walter Walker 13-27 Apr 1882 1 Apr 1882 Acute rheumatism Full
Walker Jane Darlington 28 Wife of John Walker 29 Dec 1964-12 Jan 1865 8 Dec 1864 Apoplexy Full
Walker Jane Staley Bridge 30 Wife of Alfred Walker 2-16 Jul 1863 5 Jul 1863 General debility Full
Walker Jane Ann Penrith 2 Daughter of Charles Walker 7-21 Sep 1876 1 Sep 1876
Full
Walker Jane Elizabeth Leeds 15 months Daughter of George Walker 22 Feb-8 Mar 1866 3 Mar 1866 Bronchitis Full
Walker John Abergavenny 19 hours Son of Edward Walker 25 Mar-8 Apr 1897 17 Mar 1897
£2
Walker John Barnsley 70
28 Feb-14 Mar 1895 12 Feb 1895 "La grippe" £5
Walker John Birkenhead

31 Dec 1863-14 Jan 1864 24 Dec 1863 Phthisis Full
Walker John Carlisle 51
28 Mar-11 Apr 1895 28 Mar 1895

Out of benefit at the time of his death
Walker John Chesterfield 2 days Son of Frederick Walker 18 May-1 Jun 1899 22 May 1899
£2
Walker John Darlington 38
28 Mar-11 Apr 1872 25 Mar 1872 Phthisis pulmonolis Full
Walker John Derby 34
22 Jun-6 Jul 1882 28 Jun 1882


Walker John Dewsbury 57
29 Dec 1898-12 Jan 1899 7 Jan 1899 Internal cancer £12
Walker John Droylsden 42
12-26 Aug 1875 16 Aug 1875 Abcess of internal ear Full
Walker John Eccles 46
3-17 Sep 1868 5 Sep 1868 Phthisis Full
Walker John Halifax 49
22 Jul-5 Aug 1880 22 Jul 1880 Phthisis Full
Walker John Hereford 74
2-16 Feb 1905 7 Feb 1905

Out of benefit
Walker John Leicester 45
6-20 May 1886 10 May 1886 Phthisis Full Application for superannuation in return for 7-21 Jun 1883, p.8 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/61].
Walker John London (South) 56
31 Dec 1896-14 Jan 1897 29 Dec 1896 Phthisis £12
Walker John Macclesfield 52
26 Sep-10 Oct 1872 4 Oct 1872 Liver disease Full
Walker John Manchester 48
30 Jan-13 Feb 1873 4 Feb 1873 Chronic bronchitis Full "The deceased was well known for his advocacy of the rights of labour, and has been one of the most prominent members in Manchester for the last 20 years, and during that period was most untiring in his efforts to improve the position of his fellow craftsmen. He was buried at the Ardwick Cemetery, on Saturday, the 8th inst. He was preceeded to the grave by about 30 members, many of whom wore wash leather aprons, and attracted considerable attention in proceeding to the cemetery". Notice re subscription on behalf of Walker in return for 27 Apr-11 May 1871, p.10 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/40].
Walker John Manchester 43
18 May-1 Jun 1865 26 May 1865 Paralysis Full
Walker John Newcastle on Tyne 40
17 Jun-1 Jul 1886 13 Jun 1886

"This member had 20 years' membership, but was under suspension, a week of which had to expire at the time of his disease"
Walker John Nottingham

6-20 Jan 1870 6 Jan 1870

In section for members suspended until they pay fines, p.3.
Walker John Wakefield 20
26 Feb-12 Mar 1874 10 Mar 1874 Apoplexy Full Physical description of Jesse Walker, formerly of Wakefield, aged 47, in return for 27 Oct-10 Nov 1881, p.9 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/58].
Walker John Albert London (Stratford) 3 Son of J.A. Walker 15-29 Jan 1908 15 Jan 1908
£2 10s
Walker John Johnson Bradford 40
18 May-1 Jun 1899 22 May 1899 Cardiac disease £12
Walker Joseph Bradford 54
23 Nov-7 Dec 1905 28 Nov 1905 Pneumonia £12 Became a member at Doncaster on 22 Aug 1870. Died in Royal Infirmary after a hernia operation. Application for accident provision in return for 7-21 Dec 1905, p.11. Letter of thanks from son, Ellis Walker (on behalf of his mother), in return for 15 Feb-1 Mar 1906, p.8
Walker Joseph Heywood 76
3-17 Jan 1907 13 Jan 1907 Cancer £10 Application for superannuation, through Rochdale Lodge, in return for 23 Sep-7 Oct 1886, p.9 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/66].
Walker Joseph Leicester 45
24 Nov-8 Dec 1870 27 Nov 1870 Phthisis Full
Walker Joseph Newcastle on Tyne 33
30 Jan-13 Feb 1896 27 Jan 1896 Phthisis £12
Walker Joseph Woolton 36
5-19 Feb 1880 7 Feb 1880 Bright's disease, chronic grangular nephritis Full (£12)
Walker Joshua Crewe 40
7-21 Feb 1878 12 Feb 1878 Phthisis Full Application for superannuation in return for 24 Jan-7 Feb 1878, pp.12-13.
Walker Law Huddersfield 53
4-18 Nov 1908 1 Nov 1908 Fibroid phthisis £4
Walker Levi Manchester 41
15 Feb-1 Mar 1894 15 Feb 1894 Acute phthisis £12
Walker Lydia Dewsbury 56 Wife of John Walker 19 Feb-5 Mar 1891 20 Feb 1891 Bronchitis Full
Walker Marion Middlesbrough 2 years and 4 months Daughter of Joseph Walker 11-25 Mar 1875 5 Mar 1875
Full
Walker Mary Ashton under Lyne 77 Widow of William Walker 12-26 Nov 1903 16 Nov 1903 Bronchitis £5
Walker Mary Leicester 40 Wife of John Walker 26 Feb-12 Mar 1885 3 Mar 1885 Natural causes Full
Walker Mary Wakefield 68 Widow of William Walker 2-17 Mar 1904 27 Feb 1904 Ulcer £5
Walker Mary Ann Manchester (Salford) 1 year and 10 months Daughter of William J. Walker 16-30 Jul 1874 21 Jul 1874 Croup Full
Walker Mary Ann Owlerton 8 hours Daughter of Richard Henry Walker 10-24 Aug 1876 13 Aug 1876
Full
Walker Minnie Barnsley
Daughter of James Walker 17-31 Mar 1881 13 Mar 1881
Full
Walker Peter Manchester (Salford) 56
11-25 Aug 1898 16 Aug 1898 Phthisis £12
Walker Richard Darlington 26
15-29 Nov 1866 11 Nov 1866 Pneumonia Half
Walker Richard Kendal 50
17-31 Dec 1885 22 Dec 1885 Consumption Full
Walker Richard H. Owlerton 2 days Son of R.H. Walker 19 Dec 1872-2 Jan 1873 16 Dec 1872 Convulsions Full
Walker Richard Thomas Owlerton 4 months Son of Richard Henry Walker 17 Jun-1 Jul 1875 24 Jun 1875
Full
Walker Robert Bolton 43
6-20 Mar 1879 21 Feb 1879 Bronchitis Full
Walker Robert Halifax 52
7-21 Mar 1889 19 Mar 1889 Phthisis

Walker Robert Newcastle on Tyne 41
9-23 Apr 1874 6 Apr 1874 Phthisis Full
Walker Samuel Buxton

12-26 Jun 1890 6 Jun 1890

Over 25 weeks in arrears
Walker Samuel Chesterfield 56
5 Apr 1911 29 Mar 1911 Heart failure £12
Walker Samuel Chesterfield 4 months Son of Samuel Walker 2-16 Oct 1890 4 Oct 1890
Full
Walker Samuel Nottingham 21
9-23 Dec 1869 21 Dec 1869 Phthisis Full
Walker Samuel Joseph Northwich 43
24 Apr-8 May 1884 4 May 1884 Phthisis pulmonalis Full
Walker Samuel Pentecost Doncaster 52
13-27 Dec 1877 19 Dec 1877 Phthisis Full
Walker Sarah Barnsley 63 Wife of John Walker 30 Apr-14 May 1891 2 May 1891 Pneumonia Full
Walker Sydney Birmingham 10 months Son of Tom Walker 23 Jun-7 Jul 1904 27 Jun 1904
£2 10s
Walker Thomas Crewe 2 Son of Joshua Walker 29 Nov-13 Dec 1877 10 Dec 1877
Full
Walker Thomas Manchester (Lord Nelson) 46
4-18 Nov 1875 11 Nov 1875 Phthisis pulmonalis Full
Walker Thomas Manchester (Salford)

30 Nov-14 Dec 1876 8 Dec 1876 Small pox

Walker Thomas Preston 34
1-15 Sep 1881 5 Sep 1881 Meningitis Full
Walker Thomas Preston 47
20 Sep-4 Oct 1866 24 Sep 1866 Consumption Full
Walker Thomas Sheffield 45
26 Mar-9 Apr 1896 4 Apr 1896 Fibroid phthisis £12
Walker Thompson Birkenhead 35
29 Sep-13 Oct 1881 28 Sep 1881 Phthisis Full
Walker Tom Birmingham 32
8 Feb 1911 18 Jan 1911 Phthisis £10
Walker Walter Blackburn 59
10-24 Jan 1901 8 Jan 1901 Apoplexy £12
Walker William Ashton under Lyne 70
7-21 Oct 1897 18 Oct 1897 Senile decay £10 Application for superannuation in return for 14-28 Apr 1892, p.10 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/75].
Walker William Bradford (Manningham) 42
11-25 Mar 1875 9 Mar 1875 Phthisis Full
Walker William Crewe

24 Jul-7 Aug 1856 24 Jul 1856 Drowned whilst bathing at Crewe Hall Full
Walker William Derby 30
16-30 Nov 1865
Consumption

Walker William Driffield 27
12-26 Jan 1865 21 Jan 1865 Disease of the lungs Full
Walker William Lichfield 45
15 Feb-1 Mar 1849 17 Feb 1849 Bronchitis Half
Walker William Liverpool (Pontack) 32
1-15 Feb 1872 5 Dec 1871 Typhus fever Full
Walker William Manchester 5 Son of Richard James Walker 6-20 Jun 1872 13 Jun 1872 Congestion of the brain Full
Walker William Manchester (Lord Nelson) 66
23 Aug-6 Sep 1877 1 Sep 1877 Decay of nature Full
Walker William Newcastle on Tyne 51
11-25 Sep 1873 18 Sep 1873 Heart disease Full
Walker William Newcastle under Lyme 39
20 Mar-3 Apr 1879 23 Mar 1879 Phthisis Full
Walker William Newcastle under Lyme 37
7-21 Jan 1869 15 Jan 1869 Consumption Full
Walker William Newcastle under Lyme 37
7-21 Jan 1869 15 Jan 1869 Consumption Full
Walker William Sheffield 58
20 Jul-3 Aug 1871 26 Jul 1871 Natural causes Half
Walker William Wakefield 68
27 Nov-11 Dec 1902 20 Nov 1902 Bronchitis £10 Superannuated.
Walker William Whitehaven 29
25 Oct-8 Nov 1883 5 Nov 1883 Phthisis pulmonalis Full
Walker William Woolton 22
23 Feb-9 Mar 1854
Overflow of blood
Not entitled to benefits, as not a member 12 months
Walker William James Barnsley 46
20 Oct-3 Nov 1887 28 Oct 1887 Pneumonia Full
Walkersley John London (South)

28 Dec 1865-11 Jan 1866 1 Jan 1866 Ulcerated stomach Full
Walklett Thomas Charles Newcastle under Lyme 36
5-19 Jul 1906 6 Jul 1906 Bronchitis £10
Walkley Alfred Gloucester 44
20 Feb-6 Mar 1879 3 Mar 1879 Phthisis Full Application for superannuation in return for 17-31 Oct 1878, p.12 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/55].
Wall George Hereford 75
7-21 Aug 1879 13 Aug 1879 Found drowned Full
Wall George Henry Barnsley 35
25 Jul-8 Aug 1901 6 Aug 1901 Heart failure £12
Wall Henry Charles Frederick Birmingham 44
30 Nov-14 Dec 1899 25 Nov 1899 Acute broncho-pneumonia £10
Wall Herbert Preston 31
26 Feb-11 Mar 1908 8 Mar 1908 Phthisis £10
Wall John Barnsley 61
25 Sep 1918 20 Sep 1918 Enlarged prostate and cystitis £8
Wall Samuel Nottingham 23
9-24 Apr 1884 12 Apr 1884 Disease of brain Half
Wall Stephen Derby 46
1-15 Apr 1880 5 Apr 1880 Phthisis Half
Wall William Liverpool (Seaforth) 49
9-23 Jan 1902 14 Jan 1902 Hoemoptysis £12 Result of raffle of his tools in return for 8-22 Dec 1904, p.16
Wallace Adam Birkenhead 44
1-15 Apr 1880 4 Apr 1880 Phthisis Full
Wallace George Derby 60
18 Sep-2 Oct 1879 30 Aug 1879 Phthisis Full
Wallace George Liverpool (South) 48
22 Apr-6 May 1875 23 Apr 1875 Phthisis Full
Wallace Henry Birchall Seaforth 7 years and 6 months Son of John Wallace 3-17 Sep 1868 10 Sep 1868 Scarlet fever Full
Wallace James Sussex Lunatic Asylum 43
12-26 Sep 1861 15 Jul 1861 Imbecility Full Late a member of Maidstone Lodge. Death also recorded in return for 26 Sep-10 Oct 1861.
Wallace Jane Liverpool (South) 9 Daughter of George Wallace 21 Nov-5 Dec 1872 28 Nov 1872
Full
Wallace Jane Manchester (Hulme) 14 months Daughter of William Wallace 13-27 May 1880 16 May 1880
Full
Wallace John Seaforth

31 Aug-14 Sep 1871


"Oppositionist dead", p.5.
Wallace Martha Liverpool (South) 18 Daughter of the late George Wallace 30 Dec 1875-13 Jan 1876 27 Dec 1875
Full
Wallace William Birkenhead 58
2-16 Dec 1875 6 Dec 1875 Chronic bronchitis Full
Wallace William Manchester (Hulme) 43
8-22 Nov 1883 9 Nov 1883 Phthisis Full Application for superannuation in return for 29 Sep-13 Oct 1881, p.8 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/58].
Wallace William Seaforth 36
7-21 Jan 1869 12 Jan 1869 Phthisis Full Application for accident provision (rupture of blood vessel) in return for 6-20 Feb 1868, p.10. Report of presentation in return for 2-16 Apr 1868, p.11 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/33].
Wallbank John Walker Manchester (Central) 40
24 Dec 1891-7 Jan 1892 23 Dec 1891 Phthisis £12
Wallbridge Henry Over Darwen 28
6-20 Feb 1879 31 Jan 1879 Phthisis Full
Wallis Alfred John Thomas Wallis Derby 49
20 Dec 1894-3 Jan 1895 20 Dec 1894 Phthisis £12
Wallis Ann Derby 80 Widow of Alfred Wallis 13-27 Jul 1899 20 Jul 1899 Senile decay £5
Wallis George London (Hammersmith) 34
11-25 Jan 1877 8 Jan 1877 Small pox Full
Wallis James Maidstone 42
28 Jul-11 Aug 1864 16 Jul 1864 Mania Full
Wallis James Sussex Lunatic Asylum

14-28 Jul 1864 16 Jul 1864 Mania Full Late a member of the Maidstone Lodge
Wallis Jonathan Maidstone 58
24 Feb-9 Mar 1876 19 Feb 1876 Congestion of the lungs Full
Wallis Joshua Tunbridge Wells

2-16 Feb 1860
Consumption

Walls Eva Birmingham 2 Daughter of Thomas Walls 12-26 Mar 1896 15 Mar 1896
£2
Walls John London (Paviers' Arms) 32
29 Nov-13 Dec 1866 8 Dec 1866 Consumption Full
Walls Richard Liverpool

16-30 Aug 1849 11 Aug 1849 Typhus fever
Not entitled to funeral allowance, as in arrears
Walls Robert London (South) 41
23 Oct-4 Nov 1875 26 Oct 1875 Bronchitis Full
Walls Thomas Plymouth 41
26 Mar-9 Apr 1863 27 Mar 1863


Walls William Bolton 64
25 May-8 Jun 1882 29 May 1882 Disease of abdominal glands Full
Walmsley Agnes Preston 87 Widow of William Walmsley 25 Nov 1914 10 Nov 1914 Bronchitis £4
Walmsley Betty Blackburn
Daughter of George Walmsley 26 Aug-9 Sep 1875 22 Aug 1875
Full
Walmsley Christopher Blackburn 53
21 Apr-5 May 1887 28 Apr 1887 Fibroid phthisis Full Application for superannuation in return for 16-30 Jul 1885, p.8 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/64].
Walmsley Edward Blackburn 22
18 May-1 Jun 1876 5 May 1876 Phthisis Full
Walmsley George Blackburn 57
9-23 Nov 1871 17 Nov 1871 Bronchitis Full
Walmsley George Blackburn 57
7-21 Dec 1871 18 Nov 1871 Diabetes Full
Walmsley Houghton Blackburn 55
2-16 Apr 1903 2 Apr 1903 Pneumonia £12
Walmsley James Blackburn 40
24 Nov-8 Dec 1892 28 Nov 1892 Phthisis £12
Walmsley James Derby 57
4-18 Feb 1857 8 Feb 1858 Phthisis Full
Walmsley James Heywood

8-22 Feb 1900 12 Feb 1900

Out of benefit
Walmsley John Blackburn 60
6-20 Apr 1910 1 Apr 1910 Carcinoma of rectum £10 Superannuated
Walmsley John Chorley 32
14-28 Oct 1880 19 Oct 1880 Remollissement Full
Walmsley John Henry Bradford 31
26 May-9 Jun 1892 28 May 1892 Phthisis £12
Walmsley W.H. Blackburn

5-19 Jul 1883


p.5: "Oppositionists dead"
Walmsley William Over Darwen 32
31 Oct-14 Nov 1867 5 Nov 1867 Hrpolic disease Full In return for 6-20 Oct 1864, p.3: reference to lodge festivity chaired by William Walmsley [MSS.78/OS/4/1/25].
Walmsley William Preston 46
17-31 Oct 1867 19 Oct 1867 Phthisis Full
Walpole Robert Canterbury 48
20 Apr-4 May 1854 27 Apr 1854

Return includes long complaint about the "apathy which existed in the minds of the deceased when in the vigour of health", in not subscribing for sick or funeral benefits. Reference to charitable assistance given by (and theft from) Walpole in return for 4-18 Jul 1850, p.1
Walpole William London (Southwark) 64
11-25 Mar 1886 22 Mar 1886 Bronchitis Full Results of raffle for his tools in return for 21 Oct-4 Nov 1886, p.6.
Walpole William Loughborough

19 Mar-2 Apr 1846 20 Mar 1846
Full Member of Mount Sorrel Lodge
Walsh Ada Preston 2 months Daughter of William Walsh 4-18 Jun 1874 8 Jun 1874 Marasmus Full
Walsh Anyon Darwen 76
26 Apr-10 May 1894 4 May 1894 Decay of nature £12 Application for superannuation in return for 10-24 Jan 1889, p.8 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/71].
Walsh Arthur Manchester (Central) 16 months Son of Richard Walsh 22 Nov-6 Dec 1906 21 Nov 1906
£2 10s
Walsh Daniel Manchester (Central) 57
23 Feb-9 Mar 1899 8 Feb 1899 Bronchitis £3
Walsh Eliza Dewsbury 49 Wife of Samuel Walsh 13-27 Jun 1878 12 Jun 1878 Heart disease Full
Walsh Ellen Jane Liverpool (Pontack)
Daughter of William Walsh 3-17 Nov 1864 7 Nov 1864 Pneumonia Full
Walsh Herbert Preston 8 months Son of William Walsh 11-25 Sep 1873 1 Sep 1873 Diarrhoea Full
Walsh Hugh J. London (Hammersmith)

5-19 Apr 1900 1 Feb 1900

Out of benefit
Walsh James Newcastle on Tyne 42
17 Nov-1 Dec 1898 17 Nov 1898 Phthisis £10
Walsh John


4-18 Nov 1852


p.2: To be removed from Bristol blacklist due to death
Walsh John Bolton 44
12-26 Jul 1877 17 Jul 1877 Dropsy Full
Walsh John Bury 40
15-29 Jun 1899 22 Jun 1899 Pulmonary tuberculosis £12 Reference to Bury lodge meeting addressed by John Walsh in return for 24 Dec 1890-8 Jan 1891, p.10 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/72].
Walsh John Over Darwen 47
29 Jul-12 Aug 1875 3 Aug 1875 Chronic bronchitis Full
Walsh Martha Shipley 5 Daughter of William Walsh 23 Oct-4 Nov 1875 27 Sep 1875
Half
Walsh Nicholas Nottingham 45
3-17 Aug 1882 19 Jul 1882 Phthisis Full
Walsh Nicholas Waterford 54
18 Jun-2 Jul 1874 12 Jun 1874 Bronchitis Full
Walsh Peter Wigan 57
12-26 Jun 1902 12 Jun 1902 Killed by a falling crane
Out of benefit
Walsh Richard


17-31 May 1866


"Oppositionists dead", p.3: worked in opposition at Wigan
Walsh Richard Bolton 39
29 Nov 1911 9 Nov 1911 Pulmonary tuberculosis £12
Walsh Richard Glossop 51
8-22 Apr 1852 11 Apr 1852 Consumption Full
Walsh Richard Lancaster 61
1-15 Jul 1875 7 Jul 1875 Bronchitis Half
Walsh Samuel Dewsbury 61
20 Feb-6 Mar 1890 12 Feb 1890 Chronic bronchitis Full Application for superannuation in return for 21 Oct-4 Nov 1886, p.9 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/66].
Walsh Samuel Shipley 50
12 Feb 1919 29 Jan 1919 Apoplexy £2 10s
Walsh Thomas Bolton 44
31 Oct-14 Nov 1889 7 Nov 1889 Phthisis Full
Walsh Thomas Darwen 50
28 Nov-12 Dec 1889 22 Nov 1889 Phthisis pulmonalis Full
Walsh William


22 Mar-5 Apr 1866


"Oppositionists dead", p.3: worked in opposition at Wigan.
Walsh William Darwen 56
8-22 Aug 1901 15 Aug 1901 Sarcoma of neck and throat £3
Walsh William Preston 43
18 Jan-1 Feb 1894 26 Jan 1894 Phthisis pulmonalis £12
Walsh William Shipley 9 months Son of William Walsh 2-16 Dec 1875 7 Dec 1875
Full
Walsha Ann Lincoln
Wife of John Walsha 5-19 Sep 1844 26 Aug 1844
Full Correspondence from and to John Walsha, Secretary of Lincoln Lodge, in returns for 26 Aug-9 Sep 1841, p.1, and 23 Sep-7 Oct 1841, p.1 (including reference to his breaking of windows during the parliamentary election) [MSS.78/OS/4/1/5]
Walsha John West Indies: Bermuda

27 Jul-10 Aug 1865 17 Jun 1865
Full "The deceased paid all demands to the society at Sydenham, August 15th 1854"
Walsham Annie Brighton 7 months Daughter of John Henry Walsham 26 Jul-9 Aug 1900 16 Jul 1900
£2 10s
Walsham Elsie Kathleen Brighton 7 months Daughter of John Henry Walsham 2 Apr 1913 24 Mar 1913
£2 10s
Walsham Thomas Brighton 10 months Son of John Henry Walsham 23 Sep-7 Oct 1908 4 Oct 1908
£2 10s
Walter Albert E.J. London (South) 3 Son of John D. Walter 10-24 Mar 1887 27 Feb 1887
Full
Walter John Scarborough 51
14-28 Dec 1876 26 Dec 1876 Bronchitis Full
Walter John David Slough 71
14 Jul 1920 7 Jul 1920 Carcinoma of spine £10
Walter John Owen Egham 3 Son of John Walter 14-28 Apr 1881 12 Apr 1881
Full
Walter Matilda Jane Slough 67 Wife of John David Walter 10 May 1916 28 Apr 1916 Cerebral hemorrhage £4
Walters Eliza London (Paviors' Arms) 13 months Daughter of James Walters 3-17 Oct 1878 14 Oct 1878
Full
Walters Margaret H.H. Troedyrhiw 2 Daughter of William Walters 12-26 May 1881 16 May 1881 Scarlatina Full
Walters Minnie Halifax 6 months Daughter of Benjamin Walters 26 Dec 1878-9 Jan 1879 26 Dec 1878
Full
Walters Samuel Tredegar 28
6-20 Nov 1873 11 Nov 1873

Initiated on 17 Sep 1873
Walters Thomas London (Chelsea) 8 months Son of James Walters 4-18 May 1876 15 Apr 1876
Full
Walters William Troedyrhiw 49
26 Nov-10 Dec 1891 26 Nov 1891 Scarlet fever Full
Walton
Bridlington 1/2 hour Infant child of James Walton 8-22 Jul 1880 28 Jun 1880
Full
Walton Ada Nottingham 8 days
29 Nov-13 Dec 1877 24 Nov 1877
Full
Walton Ada Truro 10 days Daughter of James Walton 28 Sep-12 Oct 1882 22 Sep 1882
Full
Walton Alfred Bolton 3 months Son of John Walton 13-27 Mar 1873 16 Mar 1873 Convulsions Full
Walton Annie Amelia Barnsley 30 Wife of John Walton 1-15 Sep 1870 4 Sep 1870 Morbis cordis Full
Walton Burgess Bolton 4 Son of James Walton 19 Mar-2 Apr 1868 17 Mar 1868 Cramp Half
Walton Edmund Radcliffe 37
16-30 Jan 1873 17 Jan 1873 Natural causes Half
Walton Edward


24 May-7 Jun 1860


"Oppositionists dead", p.3: worked in opposition at Chester-le-street
Walton Edward


8-22 Dec 1859


p.3: "Oppositionist dead", worked in opposition at Chester-le-street in 1855
Walton Edward Cardiff (Black Lion) 48
23 Aug-6 Sep 1877 15 Aug 1877 From vomiting blood Full
Walton Henry Barnsley 55
21 Jan 1914 4 Jan 1914 Pulmonary tuberculosis £10
Walton Hilda London (South) 4 Daughter of James Walton 23 Feb-8 Mar 1888 25 Feb 1888
Full
Walton James Bolton 30
27 Apr-11 May 1871 27 Apr 1871 Consumption Full "The deceased was much respected by his fellow-tradesmen, and as a tribute of respect to his memory some fifty members joined in procession, wearing leather aprons, and followed his remains to their last resting place"
Walton James Oldham

23 Oct-4 Nov 1875


"Oppositionists dead", p.5.
Walton John Barnsley 40
15-29 May 1879 20 May 1879 Pleuro pneumonia Half Application for accident provision in return for 12-26 May 1870, pp.6-7. Report of presentation in return for 29 Sep-13 Oct 1870, pp.9-10 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/38].
Walton John Cardiff (Black Lion) 24
8-22 Feb 1877 6 Feb 1877 Heart disease Full
Walton John B.
31
26 Mar 1919 21 Mar 1918 Killed in action £10 Corporal in 22nd Northumberland Fusiliers (47154). Member of Manchester (Central) Lodge.
Walton Joseph Halifax 52
10-24 Sep 1896 7 Sep 1896 Phthisis pulmonalis £5
Walton Mirian Liverpool (South) 7 Daughter of Thomas Walton 6-20 Feb 1868 11 Feb 1868 Typhoid fever Full
Walton Thomas Halifax 56
28 Jun-12 Jul 1877 5 Jul 1877 Bronchitis Full Application for accident provision (eye injury) in return for 7-21 Dec 1871, p.7; further info in return for 18 Jul-1 Aug 1872, pp.7-8. Report of presentation in return for 12-26 Sep 1872, pp.11-12 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/40-41]. Included in list for misapplied accident provisions in return for 16-30 May 1889, p.10 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/71].
Walton Thomas Liverpool (South) 38
22 Jul-5 Aug 1869 25 Jul 1869 Phthisis Full
Walton Thomas Middlesbrough

12-26 Aug 1886


"This member has been on reduced contributions for over two years, until he run out of benefit, and was considerably over the limit when he died"
Walton Thomas Preston 57
18 May-1 Jun 1865 17 May 1865 Phthisis Full
Walton Thomas Preston

10-24 Jan 1867



Walton William Hebden Bridge 52
20 Dec 1860-3 Jan 1861 22 Dec 1860 Inflammation of the lungs Half
Walton William Liverpool (South) 9 Son of Thomas Walton 6-20 Oct 1864 29 Sep 1864 Phthisis Full
Walton William Manchester 48
1-15 Oct 1857 2 Oct 1857 Phthisis Full
Walton William Preston 37
19 Aug-2 Sep 1869 30 Aug 1869 Phthisis Full
Walton William Preston 27
18 Jan-1 Feb 1883 24 Jan 1883 Typhoid fever Full
Walton William C. Bolton 16 months Son of Edmund Walton 7-21 Sep 1876 11 Sep 1876
Full
Walton William Chisholm Middlesbrough 48
25 May-8 Jun 1905 27 May 1905 Poisoning £5
Wandby William Malton 46
18 Feb 1914 6 Feb 1914 Phthisis £10
Warburton Frederick James Rochdale 39
30 Jan-13 Feb 1896 29 Jan 1896 Phthisis pulmonalis £10
Warburton James Robert Rochdale 53
24 Aug-7 Sep 1899 24 Aug 1899 Phthisis pulmonalis £12 Application for superannuation in return for 24 Feb-10 Mar 1887, p.9, and 11-25 Aug 1887, p.8 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/66].
Ward
Nottingham
Child of John Ward 18 Apr-2 May 1867 Dec 1865
£2 p.8: omitted from obituaries in earlier return.
Ward Alfred Huddersfield 40
21 Nov 1917 3 Nov 1917 Phthisis pulmonalis £5
Ward Amelia London (South) 83 Widow of John Ward 2-16 Oct 1902 22 Sep 1902 Exhaustion £5
Ward Andrew Carlisle

13-27 Jan 1876


"Oppositionists dead", p.5.
Ward Christiana Middlesbrough 4 Daughter of William Ward 24 Jul-7 Aug 1902 6 Aug 1902
£2 10s
Ward Edward Hull 26
8-22 Nov 1849 30 Oct 1849 Phthisis Full
Ward Elizabeth Scarborough 59 Wife of Frank Ward 15-29 Sep 1904 15 Sep 1904 Cancer £5
Ward Emily Nottingham 67 Widow of John Ward 24 Feb-10 Mar 1898 1 Mar 1898 Acute bronchitis £5
Ward Emma E. Hull 4 months Daughter of Johnson Ward 26 Aug-9 Sep 1875 18 Aug 1875
Full
Ward Frank Middlesbrough 3 months Son of William Ward 3-17 Apr 1902 3 Apr 1902
£2 10s
Ward Frank Scarborough 73
29 Jan 1919 17 Jan 1919 Heart disease £10
Ward George Adlington 11 Son of John Ward 7-21 Dec 1893 22 Nov 1893
£2
Ward George Dover 84
6 Apr 1921 12 Mar 1921 Senile decay £8
Ward George Owlerton

17 Apr-1 May 1879 16 Apr 1879


Ward Gertrude Newcastle on Tyne 6 months Daughter of Private John George Ward 25 Sep 1918 23 Aug 1918
£2 10s
Ward Gladys Middlesbrough 17 months Daughter of William Ward 4-18 Oct 1900 4 Oct 1900
£2 10s
Ward Henry Blackburn 63
5-19 Jan 1905 13 Jan 1905 Asthma £12 Superannuated
Ward Herbert Newcastle on Tyne
Son of John George Ward 7 Jun 1916

£2 10s
Ward James Liverpool (Pontack) 33
11-25 Apr 1872 20 Apr 1872 Disease of the heart Full
Ward James Newcastle on Tyne 10 days Son of George Ward 3 Feb 1915 27 Dec 1914
£2 10s
Ward James Nottingham 45
7-21 May 1863 13 May 1863 Accidently killed by the falling of an arch Full Application for accident provision in return for 21 May-4 Jun 1863, pp.4-5. Letter of thanks from widow, Elizabeth Ward, in return for 16-30 Jul 1863, p.5.
Ward John Hull 5 Son of Johnson Ward 12-26 Mar 1874 18 Mar 1874 Scarlatina Full
Ward John London (Paviers' Arms) 52
8-22 Sep 1864 13 Sep 1864 Pulmonary consumption Full
Ward John Nottingham 49
14-28 Jun 1877 14 Jun 1877 Bronchitis Full
Ward John Scarborough 53
19 Mar-2 Apr 1868 21 Mar 1868 Disease of the heart Full
Ward John Anderson London (Kennington) 56
9-23 Mar 1899 1 Mar 1899 Heart disease £3
Ward John Edward Adlington 73
10 Apr 1918 13 Mar 1918 Acute bronchitis £8
Ward Johnson Hull 47
7-21 May 1885 9 May 1885 Abscess of lung Full
Ward Johnson Hull 4 days Son of Johnson Ward 16 Feb-2 Mar 1882 16 Feb 1882
Full
Ward Joseph Preston

7-21 Jan 1857 17 Jan 1858

"Late a black under Mr Armstead"
Ward Joseph Walsall 28
26 Oct-9 Nov 1905 4 Nov 1905 Phthisis £12
Ward Margaret Newcastle on Tyne 1 year and 6 months Daughter of William Ward 28 Aug-11 Sep 1873 21 Aug 1873 Diarrhoea Full
Ward Mary Nottingham 4 weeks Daughter of John Ward 16-30 Nov 1865 27 Nov 1865 Inflammation of the lungs Full
Ward Mary Ann Hull 2 Daughter of Johnson Ward 16-30 Oct 1879 11 Oct 1879
Full
Ward Matthew Owlerton

20 Sep-4 Oct 1877


"Oppositionist - Dead", p.6.
Ward Patrick Huddersfield 43
4-18 Jan 1906 5 Jan 1906 Rupture £10
Ward Richard Preston? 27
12-26 Jul 1855 14 Jul 1855 Diabates Full
Ward Robert Elliott Carlisle 52
11-25 Oct 1883 17 Oct 1883 Heart disease and bronchitis Full
Ward Samuel Todmorden 19 Wife of Samuel Ward 19 Aug-2 Sep 1869 30 Aug 1869 Childbirth Full
Ward Silvanus Hull 8 months Son of Johnson Ward 26 Feb-12 Mar 1874 6 Mar 1874 Scarlet fever Full
Ward Stanley Middlesbrough 1 month Son of William Ward 20 Aug-3 Sep 1903 28 Aug 1903
£2 10s
Ward Thomas Hull 2 Son of Johnson Ward 26 Feb-12 Mar 1874 6 Mar 1874 Scarlet fever Full
Ward Thomas Keighley 71
1-15 May 1879 18 Apr 1879 Empyema Half
Ward Thomas Leamington 43
3-17 May 1877 30 Apr 1877 Bronchitis

Ward Thomas Lord Newcastle on Tyne 20 months Son of George Ward 30 Sep 1914 4 Sep 1914
£2 10s
Ward Walter E. Scarborough 2 Son of Frank Ward 3-17 Jun 1886 13 Jun 1886
Full
Ward William Middlesbrough 43
17 Sep-1 Oct 1903 23 Sep 1903 Phthisis £10 Result of raffle of his tools in return for 7-21 Jan 1904, p.11; request for info re raffle in return for 14-28 Apr 1904, p.12
Ward William Saltburn by the Sea 34
19 Nov-3 Dec 1874 27 Nov 1874 Consumption Full
Ward William Sheffield 39
17-31 Dec 1896 27 Dec 1896 Pneumonia
22 weeks in arrears
Wardale William Darley Dale 60
31 Dec 1919 5 Dec 1919 Cerebral hemorrhage £2 10s
Warden Benjamin Moore Plymouth 24
23 Sep-7 Oct 1875 3 Oct 1875 Otitis and pycenua Full
Warden John Lancaster 69
11-25 Oct 1883 15 Oct 1883 Bright's disease and senile decay Full
Warden Nicholas Plymouth 78
28 Nov-12 Dec 1901 7 Dec 1901 Senile decay £10 Application for superannuation in return for 31 Aug-14 Sep 1893, p.11 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/75].
Warden Sarah Mary Plymouth 68 Wife of Nicholas Hocken Warden 28 Jan-11 Feb 1897 30 Jan 1897 Cirrhosis of liver £5
Wardle Anna York 65 Widow of Joseph Wardle 2-16 Jan 1896 6 Jan 1896 Congestion of the lungs £5
Wardle Elizabeth Manchester 2 Daughter of Joseph Wardle 18 Aug-1 Sep 1870 21 Aug 1870 Scarlet fever Full
Wardle Emma Manchester (St John's Tavern) 1 year and 5 months Daughter of Joseph Wardle 31 Jul-14 Aug 1873 12 Aug 1873 Diarrhoea Full
Wardle John Manchester 5 months Son of Joseph Wardle 8-22 Aug 1867 12 Aug 1867 Marasuius Full
Wardle John Whitwell 68
29 Apr-13 May 1869 15 Apr 1869 Debility Full
Wardle Joseph Manchester (St John's Tavern) 34
26 Feb-12 Mar 1874 5 Mar 1874 Bronchitis Full
Wardle Joseph York 36
24 Jan-7 Feb 1867 1 Feb 1867 Consumption Full
Wardle Mary I. Manchester (Lord Nelson) 13 Daughter of the late Joseph Wardle 26 Aug-9 Sep 1875 24 Aug 1875
Full
Wardle Reuben Nottingham 51
22 Dec 1904-6 Jan 1905 28 Dec 1904 Exhaustion £3
Wardle Richard Manchester 8 weeks Son of Joseph Wardle 5-19 Apr 1866 15 Apr 1866 Maiasuius Full
Wardle Sarah Ann Manchester (Lord Nelson) 15 months Daughter of the late Joseph Wardle 26 Aug-9 Sep 1875 30 Aug 1875
Full
Wardle Thomas Retford 11 months Son of Thomas Wardle 24 Jun-8 Jul 1869 28 Jun 1869 Bronchitis Full
Wardle William Liverpool (Pontack) 49
12-26 Oct 1871 20 Oct 1871 Phthisis Full
Wardman Francis William Bradford 17 Son of John Wardman 18 Sep-2 Oct 1879 25 Sep 1879
Full
Wardman John Bradford 63
18 May-1 Jun 1899 16 May 1899 Chronic bronchitis £12 Superannuated
Wardrope Walter Carlisle

13-27 Jan 1876


"Oppositionists dead", p.5.
Ware John Halifax 54
3-17 Nov 1887 3 Nov 1887 Chronic bronchitis Full
Wareham Elizabeth Ann Altrincham 3 years and 10 months Daughter of James Wareham 16 Feb-2 Mar 1871 2 Feb 1871 Diptheria Full
Wareham James Altrincham 39
4-18 Mar 1880 10 Mar 1880 Chronic bronchitis Full Application for superannuation in return for 30 Oct-13 Nov 1879, p.9 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/55].
Warhurst Albert Mossley 24
28 Nov-12 Dec 1878 5 Dec 1878 Phthisis Full
Warhurst Robert Mossley 50
16-30 Sep 1880 16 Sep 1880 Phthisis Full
Warhurst William Ashton under Lyne 49
31 Jul-14 Aug 1862
Dropsy

Waring James Blackburn 45
19 Apr-3 May 1877 16 Apr 1877 Morbus cordis Full
Waring Robert Longridge 43
7-21 Jul 1904 14 Jul 1904 Phthisis £10
Waring Thomas Wigan 39
17-31 Oct 1878 22 Oct 1878 Phthisis Full
Waring William Chorley 30
19 Jan-2 Feb 1893 25 Jan 1893 Fibroid phthisis £12
Warlow Edwin London (Battersea Park) 1 year and 10 months Son of John Warlow 25 Jul-8 Aug 1878 29 Jul 1878
Full
Warlow John London (Battersea) 68
24 Dec 1903-7 Jan 1904 26 Dec 1903 Bronchitis £10 Superannuated
Warmington Elizabeth Mary Penzance 1 Daughter of William John Warmington 16-30 Nov 1876 15 Nov 1876
Full
Warmington John Penryn Town 53
8 Feb 1911 11 Jan 1911 Injuries £12 Superannuated
Warn Mary Jane Plymouth 19 months Daughter of William Warn 8-22 Feb 1877 11 Feb 1877
Full
Warne Andrew Penryn (Three Tuns) 7 weeks Son of William Warne 2-16 Jan 1873 30 Dec 1872 Diarrhoea Full
Warne Digory Wadebridge 69
10-24 Feb 1898 22 Feb 1898 Dropsy £12 Superannuated
Warne Elizabeth Ann Prince Town 26 Wife of Samuel George Warne 6-20 Dec 1883 14 Dec 1883 Phthisis Full
Warne Emily Jane Prince Town 6 months Daughter of Samuel George Warne 18 Aug-1 Sep 1881 21 Aug 1881
Full
Warne Henry Prince Town 86
27 May 1914 5 May 1914 Heart failure £10
Warne Henry Princetown 61
6 Nov 1918 11 Oct 1918 Bronchitis £10
Warne Jane Newport 83 Widow of William John Warne 18 Dec 1918
Senile decay £4
Warne John Henry Prince Town 18 months Son of John Warne 28 Feb-14 Mar 1895 3 Mar 1895
£2
Warne Joseph D. Penryn (Long Downs) 4 months Son of William Warne 14-28 Apr 1870 12 Apr 1870 General debility Full
Warne Mary Cardiff (Central) 6 months Daughter of Samuel Warne 21 Sep-5 Oct 1899 24 Sep 1899
£2
Warne Mary Delank 58 Wife of Digory Warne 13-27 Aug 1885 27 Jul 1885 Cerebral inflammation Full
Warne Rhoda Penryn (Long Downs) 2 Daughter of William Warne 31 Dec 1863-14 Jan 1864 1 Jan 1864
Full
Warne Richard Barry 2 months Son of John Henry Warne 11-25 Aug 1898 2 Aug 1898
£2
Warne Solomon Prince Town 6 months Son of Henry Warne 7-21 Jan 1869 11 Jan 1869 Effusion on the chest Full
Warne Susan Penryn (Long Downs) 4 years and 6 months Daughter of William Warne 31 Dec 1863-14 Jan 1864 27 Dec 1863
Full
Warne Susan Mary Penryn (Long Downs) 11 months Daughter of William Warne 8-22 Mar 1866 11 Mar 1866 Phthisis Full
Warne William Penryn (Longdowns) 66
5-19 Dec 1895 25 Nov 1895 Apoplexy and hemiplegia £12 Application for superannuation in return for 14-28 Apr 1892, pp.11-12 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/75].
Warne William Penryn (Three Tuns) 10 months Son of William Warne 4-18 Jan 1872 7 Jan 1872 Pneumonia Full
Warren Cain USA: New Haven, Connecticut 45
27 Oct-10 Nov 1892 17 Aug 1892 Gastro enteritis £12 Member of Penryn (Red Lion) Lodge
Warren Catherine Penryn (Long Downs) 3 months Daughter of John Warren 14-28 Nov 1878 10 Nov 1878
Full
Warren Charles E. Cambridge 24
22 Dec 1881-5 Jan 1882 25 Dec 1881 Consumption

Warren Fred Bury 16 weeks Son of Joseph Warren 26 Jun-10 Jul 1879 21 Jun 1879
Full
Warren Frederick J. Portland 63
12 Jan 1921 25 Oct 1920 Chronic nephritis £1 5s
Warren George Bury 3 Son of Joseph Warren 24 Apr-8 May 1873 25 Apr 1873 Pneumonia Full
Warren George Liverpool (North) 44
19 Nov-3 Dec 1896 22 Nov 1896 Phthisis pulmonalis £10 Result of raffle of his tools in return for 18 May-1 Jun 1899, p.16
Warren Hannah Bury 4 years and 6 months Daughter of Joseph Warren 24 Apr-8 May 1873 1 May 1873 Scarlet fever Full
Warren Henry Plymouth 75
13-27 Feb 1896 10 Feb 1896 Senile decay £3 Application for superannuation in return for 17 Jun-1 Jul 1886, p.8 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/66].
Warren Herbert Charles Penryn (Red Lion) 11 months Son of John Warren 12-26 Nov 1891 3 Nov 1891
Full
Warren James Malvern

18 Jun-2 Jul 1863



Warren James Malvern

19 Mar-2 Apr 1868


"Oppositionists dead", p.3: recorded in 1861.
Warren John Nottingham 48
28 Dec 1899-11 Jan 1900 23 Dec 1899 Phthisis £5 Appeal against fine imposed by the Grantham Lodge in return for 17-31 Mar 1892, p.10; responses in return for 31 Mar-14 Apr 1892, p.9, and 14-28 Apr 1892, p.13 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/75]. Result of raffle of his tools in return for 19 Apr-3 May 1900, p.12.
Warren John Stockport 49
8-22 Dec 1892 10 Dec 1892 Chronic bronchitis £12 Application for superannuation in return for 4-18 Aug 1892, p.11. Results of raffle of his tools in return for 20 Jul-3 Aug 1893, p.7.
Warren Joseph Bury 52
6-20 Aug 1891 6 Aug 1891 Intestinal obstruction Full Application for superannuation in return for 16-30 Jun 1887, p.9 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/66].
Warren Mary E. Penryn (Red Lion) 8 Daughter of John Warren 2-16 Jul 1885 25 Jun 1885
Full
Warren Mary Jane Plymouth 38 Wife of James Cole Warren 9-23 Aug 1877 10 Aug 1877 Epilepsy Full
Warren Thomas Blackburn 38
29 Nov-13 Dec 1866 30 Nov 1866 Neuralgia Full
Warren William Penryn (Red Lion) 58
13-27 Nov 1879 1 Nov 1879 Paralysis Full
Warren William James Cole Plymouth 42
4-18 Apr 1878 7 Apr 1878 Caries of the bones of skull and paralysis Full
Warren William James Cole Plymouth 42
10-24 Jul 1902 21 Jul 1902 Syncope £10 Result of raffle on behalf of his widow in return for 2-16 Apr 1903, p.13
Warrener Thomas Manchester (Salford) 48
4-18 Jul 1872 13 Jul 1872 Natural causes Full
Warrilow Richard Henry York 50
6 Mar 1912 28 Feb 1912 Cirrhosis of liver £12
Warriner Edwin Manchester (Hulme) 38
28 Jun-12 Jul 1888 8 Jul 1888 Phthisis Full Application for superannuation in return for 5-19 Apr 1888, p.8.
Wartha Elizabeth Morrice Town 24 Wife of William A. Wartha 2-16 Aug 1849 4 Aug 1849 Cholera Full
Wartha William Andrew Morrice Town

16-30 Aug 1849 6 Aug 1849 Cholera Full
Warton Thomas South London

15-29 Apr 1858 5 Apr 1858

Cleared on the books on 5 Apr, but was suspended 14 weeks from that date, so not entitled to funeral allowance. Name corrected in return for 29 Apr-13 May 1858
Warwick George Portsmouth 52
18 May-1 Jun 1899 27 May 1899 Heart disease £5
Warwick Hilda Malton 7 Daughter of J.W. Warwick 7-21 Jul 1892 7 Jul 1892
£2
Warwick John William Malton 38
16-30 Jan 1896 13 Jan 1896 Phthisis £10 Results of raffle of his tools in return for 30 Jul-13 Aug 1896, p.6
Warwick / Warrick Albert Leeds 25
13-27 Sep 1894 19 Sep 1894 Chronic pneumonia £12 Results of raffle of his tools in return for 24 Oct-7 Nov 1895, p.7
Washington John William Huddersfield 53
9-23 Sep 1886 18 Sep 1886 Phthisis pulmonalis Full Lived at Marsh. Application for superannuation in return for 26 Aug-9 Sep 1886, p.8.
Wass H.E. Nottingham 20
26 May-9 Jun 1904 27 May 1904 Killed by lightning

Waterfall Edward Owlerton

17-31 Dec 1874 9 Dec 1874 Brain fever

Waterfield Richard Plymouth 52
26 Mar-9 Apr 1885 30 Mar 1885 Tumour Full
Waterhouse George Bradford 33
16 Feb-2 Mar 1882 15 Feb 1882 Phthisis pulmonalis Full
Waterhouse George Keighley 63
14-28 Feb 1861 25 Feb 1861 Apoplexy

Waterhouse Henry Birmingham

27 Oct-10 Nov 1881 25 Oct 1881 Phthisis

Waterhouse Herbert Coventry 58
2-16 May 1901 30 Mar 1901 Phthisis £3
Waterhouse John Bradford 41
10-24 Feb 1853 19 Feb 1853 Consumption Full
Waterhouse John Crookes 53
11 Dec 1912 27 Nov 1912 Pulmonary tuberculosis £10 Superannuated
Waterhouse Matthew


21 Feb-7 Mar 1867


"Oppositionist dead", p.4: worked in opposition at Keighley in 1861
Waterhouse Robert Lancaster

4-18 Apr 1901 18 Apr 1901

Out of benefit
Waterhouse Sam Roebuck Halifax 46
26 Apr-10 May 1906 2 May 1906 Phthisis £10
Waters Arthur Halifax 9 Son of Benjamin Waters 4-18 Dec 1884 3 Dec 1884
Full
Waters David Bolton 32 / 33
14-28 May 1868 20 May 1868 Ruptured blood vessel Full Application for accident provision in return for 6-20 Feb 1868, pp.9-10. Lived in Ardwick, Manchester, and was injured working on the new Manchester Town Hall.
Waters James Bradford

10-24 Apr 1873


Under 14 weeks' suspension
Waters John Blackpool 52
1-15 Jul 1897 1 Jul 1897 Phthisis pulmonalis £3
Waters John Bolton 55
12-26 Dec 1867 16 Dec 1867 Accidently killed by being struck between two railway wagons Full "Native of Scotland". Application for accident provision on p.7. Copy of address to widow, Ann Waters, in section on accident provision, after return for 6-20 Feb 1868
Waters Patrick Bury 32
8-22 Jul 1847 14 Jul 1847 Inflammation of the lungs

Waters Robert James London (Stratford) 39
23 Nov-7 Dec 1905 19 Nov 1905 Phthisis £10
Waters W.H. West Bromwich 53
1 Aug 1917 16 Jul 1917 Catarrh of lungs

Waterson Hilda Darlington 10 weeks Daughter of Ruston Waterson 17-31 Dec 1874 16 Dec 1874
Full
Waterson Joseph Darlington 5 weeks Son of Ruston Waterson 3-17 Aug 1871 8 Aug 1871 Diarrhoea Full
Waterson Ruston Darlington 47
12-26 Oct 1893 16 Sep 1893 Bronchitis £10 Result of raffle of his tools in return for 24 May-7 Jun 1894, p.7
Waterson / Watterson Charles Darlington 19 days Son of Ruston Watterson 9-23 Jan 1879 16 Jan 1879
Full
Waterson / Watterson Hilda Darlington 6 Daughter of Rustin Watterson 20 Aug-3 Sep 1891 22 Aug 1891
Full
Waterton Charles Doncaster 35
1-15 Mar 1883 5 Mar 1883 Cancer Full
Waterworth Joe Wilkinson Bradford 41
24 Oct 1917 29 Sep 1917 Pulmonary tuberculosis £10
Waterworth John Liverpool (North) 35
3-17 Jun 1886 5 Jun 1886 Phthisis Full
Watkin Adam Bolton
Son of John Watkin 23 Dec 1869-6 Jan 1870 27 Dec 1869 Diarrhoea Full
Watkin Samuel Ashton under Lyne 69
18 Apr-2 May 1901 23 Apr 1901 Apoplexy £5 Superannuated
Watkin Thomas Liverpool (South) 29
27 Oct-10 Nov 1892 6 Nov 1892 Typhoid fever £12
Watkin William Bolton 33
29 Feb-14 Mar 1872 12 Mar 1872 Bronchitis Full
Watkin William Liverpool (Central) 77
4 Feb 1914 31 Jan 1914 Cardiac failure £10
Watkins Alfred London (North) 51
11-25 Jun 1891 20 Jun 1891 Influenza Full Results of raffle of his tools in return for 9-23 Jun 1892, p.7
Watkins Charles Tredegar 38
29 Aug-12 Sep 1907 27 Aug 1907 Coma £12
Watkins Edward Birmingham 4 months Son of Thomas Watkins 30 Aug-13 Sep 1883 24 Aug 1883
Full
Watkins Elenor Portsmouth 25 Wife of Richard Watkins 11-25 May 1848 12 May 1848 Inflammation Full
Watkins Francis London (North) 31
9-23 Jan 1879 30 Dec 1878 Phthisis Full
Watkins George Birmingham

23 Mar-6 Apr 1854
Fever
Not entitled to benefits, as not a member 12 months. "Deceased came to Birmingham on tramp, with a card from Abergavenny, dated February 18th; he was taken ill, and removed to the fever hospital, where he died after nine days' illness". Parents can hear particulars by writing to address in Birmingham
Watkins Hannah Manchester (Lord Nelson) 5 months Daughter of Francis Watkins 10-24 Feb 1876 13 Feb 1876
Full
Watkins Hannah Manchester (St John's Tavern)
Daughter of Francis Watkins 24 Apr-8 May 1873 3 May 1873 Natural causes Full
Watkins Jane Oats Penzance 64 Widow of S.O. Watkins 12-26 Sep 1907 20 Sep 1907 Exhaustion £5
Watkins John Birmingham

29 Jun-13 Jul 1843 3 Jul 1843
Full
Watkins John Cardiff 61
27 Jun-11 Jul 1867 21 Jun 1867 Hemoptysis Half
Watkins John Hereford 28
22 Apr-6 May 1875 22 Apr 1875 Phthisis Full
Watkins John USA: Philadelphia 56
18 Apr-2 May 1889 19 Feb 1889 Phthisis pulmonalis Full Member of Plymouth Lodge
Watkins John William London (Paviers' Arms) 28
29 May-12 Jun 1856 9 Jun 1856 Disease of the kidneys Full
Watkins Jonathan St Helens

27 Dec 1866-10 Jan 1867 19 Dec 1866 Consumption

Watkins Joseph Cardiff (Roath) 2 Son of William Watkins 16 Feb-2 Mar 1893 17 Feb 1893
£2
Watkins Joseph Pontypool 32
21 Jun-5 Jul 188321 Jun-5 Jul 1883 27 Jun 1883 Meningitis Full
Watkins Mary Birmingham 3 weeks Daughter of Thomas Watkins 27 Mar-9 Apr 1884 21 Mar 1884
Full
Watkins Mary Ann London (North) 48 Wife of Alfred Watkins 8-22 Aug 1889 8 Aug 1889 Acute abscess Full
Watkins Mary Ellen Liverpool (South) 5 months Daughter of Samuel Watkins 24 Dec 1868-7 Jan 1869 23 Dec 1868 Convulsions Full
Watkins Octavius Cardiff (Central) 53
10-24 Mar 1909 11 Mar 1909 Arthritis £6
Watkins Samuel Olds Penzance 61
26 Jul-9 Aug 1900 4 Aug 1900 Malignant disease of liver £10 Superannuated
Watkins Sarah Birmingham 13 days Daughter of Thomas Watkins 27 Mar-9 Apr 1884 14 Mar 1884
Full
Watkins Stephen Nottingham 57
8-22 Mar 1900 17 Mar 1900 Pneumonia £12
Watkins Thomas Cardiff 27
10-24 Apr 1862
Consumption

Watkins Thomas Cardiff 30
24 Sep-8 Oct 1874 5 Jul 1874 Phthisis Full
Watkins Thomas London (South) 54
16-30 Jun 1898 11 Jun 1898 Phthisis pulmonalis £12 Superannuated. Correction to age in return for 30 Jun-14 Jul 1898
Watkins William Liverpool (Central) 66
24 Nov-8 Dec 1904 29 Nov 1904 Pneumonia £12 Superannuated. Account of funeral expenses in return for 22 Dec 1904-6 Jan 1905, p.8 (balance given to sister)
Watkins William Manchester (Lord Nelson)
Son of Francis Watkins 30 Jul-13 Aug 1874 31 Jul 1874 Debility Full
Watkins William Parry Pontypool 56
31 Oct-14 Nov 1889 30 Oct 1889 Pneumonia Full
Watkinson Charles Leicester 55
11-25 Sep 1873 21 Sep 1873 Organic disease Full
Watkinson Frank Leicester 9 months Son of George Watkinson 30 Dec 1886-13 Jan 1887 30 Dec 1886
Full
Watkinson Henry Leeds 67
21 Feb-6 Mar 1856 22 Feb 1856 Disease of the heart and lungs Full
Watkinson Joseph Derby

24 Mar-7 Apr 1864


"Oppositionists dead", p.2.
Watkinson Mary Ann Leeds 51 Wife of Henry Watkinson 6-20 May 1852 5 May 1852 Consumption Full
Watmough Alfred Preston 34
22 Feb-8 Mar 1855 22 Feb 1855 Consumption Full
Watmough James Idle 46
30 Sep 1914 17 Sep 1914 General tuberculosis £2 10s
Watson Alex. Birkenhead 59
1-15 Aug 1861 1 Aug 1861 Bronchitis Full
Watson Alexander Welchpool 52
6-20 Apr 1854 31 Mar 1854 Diseased lungs

Watson Arthur Chester 38
27 Jun-11 Jul 1878 4 Jul 1878 Heart disease Full
Watson Christopher Preston 46
14-28 Aug 1873 14 Aug 1873 Consumption Full
Watson Christopher Laing Newcastle on Tyne 45
28 May-11 Jun 1891 29 May 1891 Effects of injuries caused by fall from a scaffold Half Application for accident provision on p.9.
Watson Elizabeth Heywood 43 Wife of William Watson 23 May-6 Jun 1872 30 Apr 1871
Full
Watson Elsie Chesterfield 9 months Daughter of William Watson 27 Sep-11 Oct 1894 8 Sep 1894
£2
Watson Emily Jane Dewsbury 9 months Daughter of Joah Watson 15-29 Apr 1869 20 Apr 1869 Convulsions Full
Watson Ezra Sheffield 56
22 Jun-6 Jul 1871 24 Jun 1871 Consumption Half
Watson F.H.
36
12 Sep 1917 21 Aug 1917 Killed in action £8 Sapper in Royal Engineers (494464 (1996)). Member of Bristol Lodge.
Watson Fred. Huddersfield 41
5-19 Apr 1900 12 Apr 1900 Tubercular omentum £10
Watson Frederick Manchester 18 months Son of Robert Watson 20 Apr-4 May 1865 3 May 1865 Scalded Full
Watson George Doncaster 66
6-20 Oct 1898 9 Oct 1898 Phthisis pulmonalis £12 Superannuated
Watson George Radcliffe

14-28 Jan 1875 11 Jan 1875 Natural causes Full
Watson George Sheffield 45
6-20 May 1875 12 May 1875 Committed suicide by cutting his throat, during temporary insanity Full Account of funeral expenses in return for 20 May-3 Jun 1875, p.11
Watson George Stockport 48
14-28 May 1903 23 May 1903 Phthisis £5
Watson Gladys Chesterfield 11 months Daughter of William Watson 25 Feb-11 Mar 1897 3 Mar 1897
£2
Watson Harriet Chester 41 Wife of Joseph Watson 5-19 Dec 1872 6 Dec 1872 Heart disease Full
Watson Henry Manchester (Salford) 46
15-29 Mar 1860
Consumption

Watson Henry Preston 31
5-19 Mar 1857 8 Mar 1857 Dibates Half
Watson Henry Stephen Newcastle on Tyne 35
9-23 Jan 1890 13 Jan 1890 Pneumonia Full
Watson James Bradford 46
12-26 Jan 1899 17 Jan 1899 Syncope £5
Watson James Carlisle 52
7-21 Apr 1864 16 Apr 1864 Bronchitis Full
Watson John Hull 35
17-31 Oct 1878 21 Oct 1878 Phthisis Full
Watson John London (Hammersmith) 50
12-26 Apr 1906 11 Apr 1906 Exhaustion £10 Thanks from committee on his behalf to subscribers towards his benefit concert in return for 12-26 Apr 1906, p.11
Watson John Manchester

30 May-13 Jun 1844 29 May 1844
Full
Watson John Manchester (Astley Arms) 80
5-19 Feb 1880 14 Feb 1880 Natural causes Full (£10) Account for funeral expenses in return for 19 Feb-4 Mar 1880, p.10.
Watson John Manchester (Hulme) 51
25 Jan-8 Feb 1900 4 Feb 1900 Aneurism £10
Watson John William Manchester (Central) 43
5-19 Feb 1891 3 Feb 1891 Pneumonia Half
Watson Joseph Burton on Trent

13-27 Mar 1862 13 Mar 1862 Hemorrhage of the lungs Half Late a member of Hampton-in-Arden Lodge
Watson Joseph Longridge 29
17 Jun-1 Jul 1875 16 Jun 1875 Consumption Full
Watson Joseph Manchester (Salford) 57
19 Feb-4 Mar 1880 18 Feb 1880 Phthisis Full
Watson Joseph USA: Portsmouth, Ohio 64
11-24 Dec 1890 12 Oct 1890 Disease of the heart and brain Full Member of Lincoln Lodge
Watson Mary Doncaster 27 Wife of George Watson 20 Jun-4 Jul 1861 24 Jun 1861 Exhaustion after confinement Full
Watson Robert Macclesfield 46
22 Apr-6 May 1852 28 Apr 1852 Chronic asthma

Watson Robert Newcastle on Tyne 31
17-31 Aug 1893 27 Aug 1893 Phthisis £12
Watson Robert Rochdale

21 Jan-4 Feb 1869



Watson Roger Blackburn 50
17 Sep-1 Oct 1868 19 Sep 1868 Heart disease Full
Watson Sophia Doncaster 74 Widow of George Watson 25 Jan 1911 20 Jan 1911 Senile decay £4
Watson Squire Bradford (Manningham) 51
29 May-12 Jun 1879 4 Jun 1879 Bronchitis Full
Watson Thomas Preston 67
9-23 Sep 1852 12 Sep 1852 Diarrhoea Full "A member upwards of nineteen years"
Watson Thomas Preston

3-17 Apr 1856 28 Mar 1856


Watson Thomas Alexander Leeds 52
29 Dec 1898-12 Jan 1899 16 Dec 1898 Purpura
Not entitled as gave a false age when he was initiated
Watson William Alderley 63
5-19 Mar 1857 12 Mar 1857 Hemoponeumonia

Watson William Birmingham 40
6-20 Apr 1899 2 Apr 1899 Disease of heart £10
Watson William Chesterfield 10 months Son of William Watson 28 Jan-11 Feb 1897 4 Feb 1897
£2
Watson William Headingley 55
10-24 Mar 1909 10 Mar 1909 Phthisis £10 Superannuated
Watson William Hull 47
24 Jan-7 Feb 1878 24 Jan 1878 Phthisis Full
Watson William Manchester (Hulme) 67
31 Oct-14 Nov 1889 4 Nov 1889 Acute bronchitis Full
Watson William Robert Chesterfield 1 month Son of William Watson 4-18 Jan 1894 10 Jan 1894
£2
Watt Hugh Chorley, Lancashire 57
11-25 Mar 1852
Diseased lungs Full Late a member of the Manchester lodge
Watt John London (South) 55
1-15 Feb 1894 4 Feb 1894 Bronchitis £12
Watt Mary London (South) 57 Widow of John Watt 19 Jul-2 Aug 1894 22 Jul 1894 Hemorrhage exhaustion £6
Watt Mary Ann Bolton 59 Wife of Hugh Watt 4-18 Aug 1904 8 Aug 1904 Cancer £5
Watt Richard Bolton 71
9-23 Nov 1893 14 Nov 1893 Bronchitis £5 Application for superannuation in return for 12-26 Jan 1888, p.9 (residing in Little Hulton) [MSS.78/OS/4/1/68].
Watters Alfred Constantine 60
26 Sep 1917 5 Sep 1917 Cerebral hemorrhage £10
Watts Alicia Morice Town 80 Widow of William Watts 15-29 Oct 1903 12 Oct 1903 Senile decay £5
Watts Elizabeth Chatham 53 Widow of the late brother Watts 25 Oct-8 Nov 1883 24 Oct 1883 Heart disease Full
Watts Elizabeth Rotherham 14 months Daughter of Joseph Watts 26 Mar-9 Apr 1874 27 Mar 1874 Bronchitis Full
Watts Ernest V. Preston 2 Son of Thomas Watts 30 May-13 Jun 1889 26 May 1889
Full
Watts Francis Fishponds 1 Son of George Watts 11-25 Jul 1878 10 Jul 1878
Full
Watts Henry Percy Barrow in Furness 1 Son of Thomas Watts 4-18 Sep 1879 8 Sep 1879
Full
Watts Herbert W. Bristol (St John's) 7 months Son of John Watts 1-15 Jun 1876 8 Jun 1876
Full
Watts James Birmingham 11 months Son of Thomas Watts 8-22 Jan 1891 6 Jan 1891
Full
Watts Margaret E. Oxford 16 months Daughter of James Watts 9-23 Feb 1888 13 Feb 1888
Full
Watts Nathaniel Ashby de la Zouch

24 Mar-7 Apr 1842

Full "Should the brother of this deceased member, and who we understand is a mason, hear of this, and communicate with the Ashby lodge, he can have the clothes and tools of the deceased"
Watts Nathaniel Bradford (Manningham) 45
20 Apr-4 May 1876 19 Apr 1876 Bronchitis and dropsy Full Application for accident provision (paralysis) in return for 26 Sep-10 Oct 1872, p.8. Report of presentation in return for 5-19 Dec 1872, pp.10-11 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/41].
Watts Richard Chatham 42
29 Jul-12 Aug 1875 6 Aug 1875 Phthisis Full Reference to his health and eligibility for superannuation in return for 27 Mar-10 Apr 1873, pp.10-11 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/44].
Watts Stephen Manchester 45
14-28 Jun 1855 26 Jun 1855 Dropsy Full
Watts Thomas Birmingham 55
26 Oct-9 Nov 1905 26 Oct 1905 Bronchitis £10
Watts Thomas Morrice Town 25
24 Jul-7 Aug 1856 22 Jul 1856 Diseased lungs Full
Watts William Bradford

30 Dec 1852-16 Jan 1853



Watts William Fishponds 6 Son of George Watts 4-18 Sep 1879 3 Sep 1879
Full
Watts William Morice Town 71
9-23 Feb 1899 10 Feb 1899 Influenza £10
Watts William Worcester

30 Jun-14 Jul 1864


"Oppositionists dead", p.3.
Watts William Worcester

2-16 Jul 1863 10 Jun 1863

"Oppositionist dead", p.2.
Watts William Henry St Mary Church 3 years and 4 months Son of Henry Watts 21 Feb-7 Mar 1878 24 Feb 1878
Full
Waudby Mary Ann Hull 37 Wife of Jeremiah Waudby 11-25 Oct 1883 16 Oct 1883 Heart disease, pneumonia and syncope Full
Waudby Ruth Hull 9 months Daughter of Jeremiah Waudby 11-25 Oct 1883 7 Oct 1883
Full
Waudley Francis Grantham 37
24 Apr-8 May 1851 17 Apr 1851 Organic disease of the heart Full Late a member of the Bawdeswell lodge
Waugh Alexander Bradford 3 months Son of Joseph Waugh 20 Feb-5 Mar 1868 19 Feb 1868 Debility Full
Waugh Elizabeth Bradford 69 Widow of James Waugh 27 Aug-10 Sep 1896 27 Aug 1896 Cerebral tumour £5
Waugh Emma Bradford (Manningham)
Daughter of James Waugh 22 Apr-6 May 1875 21 Apr 1875
Full
Waugh Ferguson Bradford (Manningham) 38
6-20 Feb 1879 6 Feb 1879 Phthisis Full
Waugh James Bradford 64
21 Apr-5 May 1864 28 Apr 1864 Diseased lungs Half
Waugh James Bradford (Manningham)

15-29 Jul 1875 14 Jul 1875 Chronic bronchitis Full
Waugh Ralph Wakefield 47
5-19 Feb 1903 10 Feb 1903 Phthisis £12 Superannuated. Result of raffle of his tools in return for 6-20 Aug 1903, p.13. In return for 20 Jan-3 Feb 1881, p.12: "Ralph Waugh is earnestly requested to write to his mother, as she is very anxious to know of his condition in life, not having heard from him for twelve months" [MSS.78/OS/4/1/58].
Way Harry Portland 68
17 Dec 1919 2 Dec 1919 Pleurisy

Way Joseph Penryn (Halfway House) 42
7-21 Apr 1898 1 Apr 1898 Influenza pneumonia £10 Account of funeral expenses on p.13
Weakley William Henry London (Chelsea) 63
6-20 Oct 1887 27 Sep 1887 Inflammation of lungs Full
Weale James Birmingham 51
21 Mar-4 Apr 1878 18 Mar 1878 Phthisis Half
Wearden William Bolton 46
3-17 Jan 1861 4 Jan 1861 Inflammation of the lungs and consumption Full
Weardon James Bolton 39
23 Mar-6 Apr 1876 3 Apr 1876 Phthisis Full In returns for 3-17 Aug 1871, pp.8-10, 12-26 Oct 1871, pp.9-10, and 4-18 Jan 1872, p.7-8: reports of court prosecution for alleged coercion by Weardon, shop steward, of a blacklisted mason (through calling of strike) and appeal against conviction [MSS.78/OS/4/1/40-41].
Weardon Mary Bolton 53 Widow of William Weardon 7-21 Feb 1867 8 Feb 1867 Dropsy Full
Weare
Chatham
Infant child of Henry Weare 20 Mar-3 Apr 1879 17 Mar 1879
Full
Weare Adelaide Chatham 5 years and 18 days Daughter of Henry Weare 13-27 Oct 1870 17 Oct 1870 Scarlatina Full
Weare Charles Chatham 2 Son of Henry Weare 19 Aug-2 Sep 1869 26 Aug 1869 Bronchitis Full
Weare George E. Chatham 5 months Son of Henry Weare 10-24 Feb 1876 9 Feb 1876
Full
Weare Gertrude H. Chatham 7 weeks Daughter of Henry Weare 27 Aug-10 Sep 1874 13 Aug 1874 Atrophy Full
Weare Harriet Chatham 37 Wife of Henry Weare 20 Mar-3 Apr 1879 19 Mar 1879 Childbirth Full
Weare Henry Enoch Chatham 4 months Son of Henry Weare 18 Jul-1 Aug 1872 20 Jul 1872 Lienteric diarrhoea Full
Weare Hercules Chatham 10 months Son of Henry Weare 14-28 Oct 1869 12 Oct 1869 Bronchitis Full
Weatherill James Bradford 66
25 Jan-8 Feb 1900 29 Jan 1900 Carcinoma of epiglottis £10 Superannuated. Appeal for voluntary subscriptions to assist the striking masons of Bradford (money to be sent to Weatherill) in return for 18 Jun-2 Jul 1885, pp.8-9 (more info about the strike on pp.10-11) [MSS.78/OS/4/1/64].
Weatherill Mary Bradford 58 Wife of James Weatherill 6-20 Oct 1898 9 Oct 1898 Cerebral hemorrhage £5
Weatherley Christopher J.T. London (Croydon) 71
22 Jul 1914 6 Jul 1914 Sarcoma of buttock £10
Weatherley Joseph Newburgh 52
5-19 Nov 1874 15 Nov 1874 Bronchitis Full
Weatherley Sarah Caroline London (Croydon) 68 Wife of Christopher T. Weatherley 13 May 1914 8 May 1914 Heart disease £4
Weaver Alfred Birmingham 37
26 Mar-9 Apr 1896 1 Apr 1896 General paralysis £12 Result of raffle of his tools in return for 10-24 Sep 1896, p.7
Weaver Brinley Swansea 14 Son of Henry T. Weaver 10 Oct 1917 28 Sep 1917
£2 10s
Weaver Martha Birmingham 27 Wife of Alfred Weaver 3-17 May 1855 5 May 1855 Inflammation

Webb Elizabeth S. London (Ball's Pond) 8 months Daughter of Harry Webb 4-18 Jun 1885 2 Jun 1885
Full
Webb George Newcastle on Tyne 56
30 Dec 1875-13 Jan 1876 25 Dec 1875 Asthma Half Result of raffle of his tools (by Gateshead Lodge) in return for 28 Dec 1876-11 Jan 1877, p.17 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/52].
Webb George Henry London (Hammersmith) 23
29 May-12 Jun 1902 7 May 1902 Cerebral tumour
Not entitled as gave an incorrect age when joining and so didn't pay the right entrance fee
Webb George Leonard Newcastle under Lyme 1 year and 8 months Son of John Webb 7-21 Oct 1875 19 Oct 1875
Full
Webb Harry London (Holloway) 48
13-27 Dec 1900 5 Dec 1900 Mitral disease of heart £12
Webb Henry London (West) 59
1 Apr 1914 19 Mar 1914 Bronchiectasis £5
Webb James London (Paviers' Arms)

23 Dec 1847-6 Jan 1848 3 Jan 1848 Accident - "when going to his breakfast, fell from a scaffold ten feet high at the Houses of Parliament; he lived two days afterwards"
James Webb junior. Application for accident provision in return for 2-16 Mar 1848, p.4. Further info re application and fundraising on behalf of widow, Charlotte Webb, in subsequent returns (including reports of fundraising tea parties in returns for 31 Aug-14 Sep 1848, p.2, and 14-28 Sep 1848, pp.4-5; and letter of thanks from widow in return for 23 Nov-7 Dec 1848, p.5).
Webb James Weston super Mare 72
17-31 Aug 1882 16 Aug 1882 Paralysis Half Application for half-accident provision (paralysis) in returns for 21 Dec 1871-4 Jan 1872, p.9, and 14-28 Mar 1872, p.13. Report of presentation in return for 6-20 Jun 1872, pp.13-15 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/41].
Webb James Worcester 63
3-17 Mar 1892 9 Mar 1892 Phthisis £10 Results of raffle for the benefit of his widow in return for 24 Nov-8 Dec 1892, p.7
Webb John Cheltenham 83
24 Feb-10 Mar 1898 26 Feb 1898 Old age £3 Application for superannuation in return for 6-20 Aug 1891, p.8 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/72].
Webb John Hanley 70
10-24 Feb 1898 15 Feb 1898 Morbus cordis £10 Application for superannuation, through Longton Lodge, in return for 23 Jun-7 Jul 1892, p.10 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/75]. Result of raffle of his tools in return for 10-24 Aug 1899, p.18
Webb Louisa Hanley 83 Widow of John Webb 16 Jun 1920 11 Jun 1920 Cerebral effusion £4
Webb Mark Worcester 61
13-27 Nov 1902 13 Nov 1902 Phthisis £12 Superannuated. Result of raffle of his tools in return for 23 Jul-6 Aug 1903, p.10
Webb Osborne Sheffield

17 Jun-1 Jul 1897 2 Jun 1897

p.6: Died in the workhouse hospital, "anyone knowing the address of his father please communicate with this lodge [Sheffield]"
Webb T.H.A. London (Hammersmith) 21
16-30 May 1901 2 Apr 1901 Pneumonia £6
Webb Thomas Henry Fishponds 43
30 Sep 1914 21 Sep 1914 Valvular disease £8
Webb William Kingswood

6-20 May 1875


"Oppositionist dead", p.5.
Webber Alexander Bristol (Waggon and Horses) 40
30 Jul-13 Aug 1896 1 Aug 1896 Phthisis £10
Webber Alice Leah London (Kennington) 2 years and 9 months Daughter of William Webber 13-27 Nov 1879 1 Nov 1879
Full
Webber Ann Bristol (Central) 74 Widow of William Webber 15 Nov 1911 22 Oct 1911 Senile decay £4
Webber George Cardiff (Black Lion) 44
7-21 Nov 1895 5 Nov 1895 Broncho pneumonia £10
Webber James London (South) 57
5 Dec 1917 18 Nov 1917 Bronchitis £1
Webber James Charles Penryn (Red Lion) 28
30 Sep-14 Oct 1880 22 Sep 1880 Phthisis Full
Webber John London (Battersea Park) 8 months Son of William Webber 15-29 Aug 1872 14 Aug 1872 Whooping cough Full
Webber Mary London (Kennington) 67 Wife of William L. Webber 16-30 Mar 1905 26 Feb 1905 Paralysis £5
Webber R.S.


16 Jul 1919 22 Mar 1918 Killed in action £10 Sapper in 126th Field Company, Royal Engineers (37244). Member of London (South) Lodge.
Webber Richard Canada: Winnipeg 42
31 Jan-14 Feb 1884 18 Nov 1883 Dropsy Full Late a member of London (Chelsea) Lodge
Webber Thomas London (Southwark) 60
9-23 Oct 1873 8 Oct 1873 Phthisis paralysis Full
Webber Thomas George Shirehampton 2 years and 7 months Son of Thomas Webber 14-28 Jan 1875 18 Jan 1875
Full
Webber Thomas John Cardiff (Black Lion) 56
15 Feb-1 Mar 1894 21 Feb 1894 Phthisis pulmonalis £5
Webber William Bristol (Eastville) 55
5-19 Jan 1893 3 Jan 1893 Morbus cordis £10 In return for 5-19 Feb 1880, p.12: "If Richard Webber, mason, who left Bristol for Adelaide, would communicate to his brother William, 11, Berkley-street, Lawrence Hill, Bristol, …" [MSS.78/OS/4/1/58]. Application for superannuation in return for 29 Oct-12 Nov 1891, p.11 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/72]. Letter of thanks following raffle of his tools in return for 10-24 Nov 1892, p.7 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/75].
Webber William Levio London (South) 73
10 May 1916 20 Apr 1916 Chronic bronchitis £10
Webley David William London (Greenwich) 59
10-24 Aug 1910 11 Aug 1910 Bronchitis £2 10s
Webley Francis Kingswood 89
18 Jan-1 Feb 1906 28 Jan 1906 Senile decay £3 Application for superannuation in return for 4-18 Sep 1890, p.11 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/71].
Webley George Kingswood 14 months Son of Thomas Webley 8-22 Jul 1880 14 Jun 1880
Full
Webley George Kingswood 12 months Son of Thomas Webley 7-21 Oct 1875 5 Oct 1875
Full
Webley Hannah Kingswood 58 Wife of George Webley 21 Feb-7 Mar 1901 17 Feb 1901 Cancer £5
Webley Sarah Kingswood 66 Wife of Francis Webley 9-23 Jan 1890 16 Jan 1890 Heart disease Full
Webley Thomas Bristol

6-20 Apr 1865
"Suddenly"
"The deceased was during his lifetime neglectful of his payments, it being some three years since he was a clear member; and has during that lengthy interval been making payments at various times, but never brought himself into benefit, and in the end deprived his bereaved widow and four sorrowing children of the benefit of the society's funeral money"
Webster Agnes Wigan 14 months Daughter of James S. Webster 9-23 Mar 1899 7 Mar 1899
£2
Webster Harry Wigan 2 Son of James Stephen Webster 2-16 Apr 1891 2 Apr 1891
Full
Webster Henry Woolton

20 Oct-3 Nov 1842

Full
Webster Henry Smith Bradford 32
7-21 Feb 1878 17 Feb 1878 Disease of the brain Full
Webster J.S. Wigan 35
29 Nov-13 Dec 1900 5 Dec 1900 Pneumonia £12
Webster James Sheffield 27
19 Aug-2 Sep 1880 19 Aug 1880 Phthisis pulmonalis Full
Webster John Nelson in Marsden 65
29 Nov-13 Dec 1888 11 Dec 1888 Chronic bronchitis Full Application for superannuation, through Burnley Lodge, in return for 23 Feb-8 Mar 1888, pp.7-8.
Webster John Sheffield 33
19 Jun-3 Jul 1884 21 Jun 1884 Phthisis pulmonalis Full In return for 11-25 Oct 1883, pp.8-9: Letter from John Webster, member of the Sheffield Lodge, advertising engravings of the memorial stone for James Edward Dyer [MSS.78/OS/4/1/61].
Webster John Sheffield 31
11-25 Sep 1873 8 Sep 1873 Phthisis Full
Webster John Shipley 33
3-17 Feb 1870 1 Feb 1870 Phthisis pulmonalis Full
Webster John Taylor Nottingham 23
6-20 Nov 1851 10 Nov 1851 Phlebisis, followed by hectic fever Full
Webster Mary Burnley 42 Wife of John Webster 16-30 Sep 1869 16 Sep 1869 Pneumonia Full
Webster Senior Scarborough 46
21 May-4 Jun 1885 28 May 1885 Phthisis Full
Webster Walter Nottingham 43
9-23 Nov 1893 5 Nov 1893

Out of benefit at the time of his death
Webster William London (Balls Pond) 60
11-25 Jul 1901 10 Jul 1901 Bright's disease £3
Wedlake
Barnard Castle
Infant son of Andrew Wedlake 3-17 May 1877 4 May 1877
Full
Wedlake Mary Louisa Bristol 10 months Daughter of Brother Wedlake 11-25 Nov 1869 26 Oct 1869 Phthisis Full
Wedlake Thomas Henry Barnard Castle 12 Son of Andrew Wedlake 30 May-13 Jun 1878 8 Jun 1878
Full
Wedlock Martha Bristol 44 Wife of William Wedlock 3-17 Jan 1861 13 Jan 1861 Burned to death from her clothes having caught fire Full
Wedlock William Bristol 55
4-18 May 1876 2 May 1876 Heart disease and dropsy Full
Weedon Joseph St Helens 33
7-21 Nov 1872 17 Nov 1872 Phthisis Full Application for superannuation in return for 24 Oct-7 Nov 1872, p.8 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/41].
Weekes Michael County Clare, Ireland

19 Jun-3 Jul 1862 17 Jun 1862 Consumption Full Late a member of Rawtenstall Lodge
Weekly
London (Chelsea) 4 years and 9 months Daughter of William Weekly 22 Dec 1870-5 Jan 1871 25 Dec 1870 Diseased brain Full
Weekly George Riby 1 year and 8 months Son of William Weekly 29 Oct-12 Nov 1868 2 Nov 1868 Pneumonia Full
Weekly William London (Chelsea)

12-26 Jun 1890


Results of raffle of his tools on p.6.
Weeks
Plymouth 1/2 hour Infant child of Henry Weeks 20 Nov-4 Dec 1873 24 Nov 1873
Full
Weeks Alfred Bristol 84
27 May 1914 4 May 1914 Senile decay £10
Weeks Arthur Sydney Plymouth 3 weeks Son of Henry Weeks 27 Feb-13 Mar 1873 2 Mar 1873 Convulsions Full
Weeks Charlotte Ellen Southampton 18 Daughter of Henry Weeks 29 Jul-12 Aug 1875 27 Jul 1875
Full
Weeks George Blakeney 30
16-30 Mar 1848 11 Mar 1848 "This Brother was returning home on Saturday, March 11th, and crossed the Severn at low water in a ferry boat; he had about one mile to walk on the sands, and by some means he walked into a deep lake of water and was drowned. There were two other men in company with him who shared the same fate"
"He has left a widow and three children". "Not entitled to the funeral allowance in consequence of being in arrears above the specified sum".
Weeks Henry Plymouth 6 weeks Son of Henry Weeks 8-22 Sep 1864 14 Sep 1864 Bronchitis Full
Weeks Henry Plymouth
Son of Brother Weeks 12-26 Feb 1863 17 Feb 1863 Scarlet fever and dropsy Full
Weeks Henry Plymouth 4 Son of Henry Weeks 26 Feb-12 Mar 1863 3 Mar 1863 Scarlet fever and dropsy Full
Weeks Henry Plymouth 76
24 Nov-8 Dec 1904 24 Nov 1904 Senile decay £12 Superannuated
Weeks James Plymouth 63
14-28 Sep 1905 1 Sep 1905 Exhaustion £12 Superannuated
Weeks James Tymns Cheltenham 60
20 Dec 1906-3 Jan 1907 26 Dec 1906 Syncope £12 Superannuated
Weeks Mary Plymouth 51 Wife of Henry Weeks 30 Dec 1886-13 Jan 1887 31 Dec 1886 Phthisis Full
Weeks Rosa Bristol 3 Daughter of Alfred Weeks 7-21 Jan 1869 11 Jan 1869 Hooping cough Full
Weeks Thomas Clevedon 61
22 Mar 1911 12 Mar 1911 Heart disease £12
Weeks William Bristol 39
27 May-10 Apr 1851 29 Mar 1851 Consumption
"The deceased worked in opposition at the Houses of Parliament, and never redeemed his character"
Weeks William Henry Plymouth 10 months Son of Henry Weeks 14-28 Jun 1866 25 Jun 1866 Measles Full
Weighill Ada London (North) 4 months Daughter of Paul Weighill 31 Dec 1874-14 Jan 1875 5 Jan 1875
Full
Weighill Belton Paul London (North) 74
1-15 Dec 1909 1 Dec 1909 Cerebral hemorrhage £10 Superannuated. Tribute to Paul Weighill's trade union and political activities on p.8
Weighill Catherine London (North)
Daughter of Belton Paul Weighill 7-21 Jan 1869 10 Jan 1869 Inanition Full
Weighill Maria Elizabeth London (North) 71 Wife of Paul Weighill 24 May-7 Jun 1906 28 May 1906 Pericarditis £5
Weir William Newcastle on Tyne 32
18 May-1 Jun 1876 14 May 1876 Consumption Full
Welch George Edward London (Southwark) 29
23 Jan-6 Feb 1902 25 Jan 1902 Tubercular peritonitis £12
Welch John Edward Nottingham 32
5-19 Feb 1903 11 Feb 1903 Pulmonary tuberculosis £12
Welch Peter Wilmslow

18 Nov-2 Dec 1841 15 Nov 1841
Full
Welch William Henry Sunderland 50
20 Sep-4 Oct 1888 24 Sep 1888 Phthisis Half
Welland William James Plymouth 52
6-20 May 1897 5 May 1897 Morbus cordis £3
Wellings Charles Edward Derby 1 year and 6 months Son of Charles Wellings 30 Mar-13 Apr 1871 1 Apr 1871 Scarlet fever Full
Wellings Louisa Derby 10 months Daughter of Charles Wellings 9-23 Apr 1874 6 Apr 1874 Convulsions Full
Wells Charles London (Brentford)

10-24 Aug 1876


"Oppositionist - Dead", p.5.
Wells Cooper Ilkley 70
25 Sep 1918 5 Sep 1918 Heart disease £10
Wells David London

25 Jun-9 Jul 1846


"This Brother dropped down dead when in the act of washing himself. Unfortunately for his friends he was above £3 in arrear to the society, and was buried by voluntary subscriptions" - used as a lesson to members
Wells F.W. London (Penge) 40
17 Apr-1 May 1902 5 Apr 1902 Lymphadenorna exhaustion £12
Wells Francis Hyde 36
20 May-3 Jun 1875 24 May 1875
Full
Wells George Cardiff 56
30 Jan-13 Feb 1873 25 Jan 1873 Pleurisy Full
Wells George Scarborough 60
11-25 Apr 1895 11 Apr 1895


Wells Joshua Liverpool (Cumberland Arms) 34
18 Mar-1 Apr 1869 19 Mar 1869 Phthisis Full
Wells Mary Jane Liverpool (Cumberland Arms)
Daughter of Joshua Wells 14-28 May 1868 12 May 1868 Hooping cough Full
Wells Wilbert Leeds 21
7-21 Feb 1878 11 Feb 1878 Scarlet fever Half
Wells William Ilkley 78
8 May 1918 26 Apr 1918 Prostate obstruction £10
Wells William H. Manchester (Salford) 26
13-27 Jun 1901 18 Jun 1901 Pneumonia
Out of benefit
Welsby Thomas Liverpool (North) 41
27 Dec 1866-10 Jan 1867 29 Dec 1866 Obstruction of the bowels

Welsh Albert Edward Bootle 4 Son of William Welsh 6-20 Feb 1879 10 Feb 1879
Full
Welsh Thomas Manchester (Salford)

8-22 Oct 1863 16 Oct 1863


Welsh William B. Bootle 1 year and 10 months Son of William Welsh 6-20 Feb 1879 10 Feb 1879
Full
Welton Edward Chatham 24
26 Mar-9 Apr 1863 5 Apr 1863 Consumption Full
Welton Henry Frome

24 Apr-8 May 1873 27 Apr 1873

Under 6 months' membership
Welton Thomas Foster Newcastle on Tyne 60
28 Nov-12 Dec 1901 17 Nov 1901 Chronic bronchitis £1 10s
Wenmouth William Symonds Constantine 22
16-30 Jan 1896 10 Jan 1896 Phthisis £12
West Ada Eliza Leicester 8 months Daughter of John West 1-15 May 1879 29 Apr 1879
Half
West Alice Rochdale 73 Widow of George West 4 Feb 1914 20 Jan 1914 Bronchitis £4
West Charles John Worksop 68
9 Feb 1921 27 Jan 1921 Myocardial degeneration £10
West Franz Headingley 9 Son of George West 7-21 Sep 1876 9 Sep 1876
Full
West Fred Headingley 7 Son of the late George West 12-26 Jun 1890 8 Jun 1890
Full
West George Headingley 51
6-20 Feb 1890 15 Feb 1890 Phthisis pulmonalis Full Application for superannuation in return for 13-27 Dec 1888, p.8 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/68]. Result of raffle of his tools in return for 23 Jul-6 Aug 1891, p.6.
West George Worksop 5 months Son of Charles West 16-30 Mar 1882 25 Mar 1882
Full
West Hannah London (Pavior's Arms) 27 Wife of William West 13-27 Feb 1862 12 Feb 1862 Bronchitis Full
West Henry Headingley 17 Son of George West 22 Dec 1880-6 Jan 1881 29 Dec 1880
Full
West Jacob Vincent Burton on Trent 66
12 Nov 1913 2 Nov 1913 Mitral disease £10 Superannuated
West James Reading

22 Jan-5 Feb 1903 14 Jan 1903

Out of benefit. Result of raffle of his tools in return for 2-16 Apr 1903, p.13
West John Leeds 44
20 Jul-3 Aug 1905 12 Jul 1905 Phthisis £10
West John London (Walthamstow) 59
17 Jan 1917 7 Jan 1917 Bronchitis £10
West John Stockport 40
4-18 Feb 1857 11 Feb 1858 Phthisis Full
West John William Nottingham 41
22 Jun-6 Jul 1905 30 Jun 1905 Fever £12
West Mary Reading 28 Wife of Thomas West 17 Feb-3 Mar 1870 26 Feb 1870 Consumption Full "This funeral money will be attended to at the earliest opportunity"
West Nellie Headingley 5 Daughter of George West 9-23 Oct 1884 4 Oct 1884
Full
West Sarah Jane Worksop 9 Daughter of C.J. West 30 Mar-13 Apr 1893 29 Mar 1893
£2
West Thomas Box 34
26 Oct-9 Nov 1871 27 Oct 1871 Phthisis Full
West Thomas Harrogate 45
6-20 Oct 1898 12 Oct 1898 Phthisis pulmonalis £5
West Wallis Headingley 6 weeks Son of George West 22 Mar-5 Apr 1877 18 Mar 1877
Full
Westacott Elizabeth Exeter 36 Wife of George Westacott 10-24 Nov 1870 18 Nov 1870 Phthisis Full
Westacott George London (Battersea) 80
15 Dec 1920 17 Nov 1920 Bronchitis £10
Westacott John William London (Battersea Park) 5 months Son of George Westacott 8-22 Jul 1880 9 Jul 1880
Full
Westacott William H. Exeter 5 months Son of George Westacott 21 Jul-4 Aug 1870 3 Aug 1870 Meningitis Full
Westall Jonathan Accrington 65
23 Jan-6 Feb 1879 28 Jan 1879 Bronchitis Full
Westenholme Andrew Bury 38
30 Dec 1875-13 Jan 1876 3 Jan 1876


Westington Charles W. Plymouth 37
20 Feb-6 Mar 1890 20 Feb 1890 Chronic rheumatism Full
Westington John USA: Dix Island, State of Maine 31
4-18 Nov 1875 16 Oct 1875 Accidentally drowned Full Late a member of Luxullion Lodge
Westlake Albert Edward Plymouth 2 years and 7 months Son of George Westlake 2-16 May 1867 8 May 1867 Measles Full
Westlake Caroline Rosina Plymouth 8 months Daughter of George Westlake 22 Oct-5 Nov 1863 20 Oct 1863 Enteritis Full
Westlake Elsie Morice Town 1 month Daughter of J.S. Westlake 31 May-14 Jun 1900 18 May 1900
£2 10s
Westlake Emma Cardiff (Roath) 77 Widow of Thomas Westlake 13-27 Nov 1902 23 Nov 1902 Chronic bronchitis £5
Westlake Frederick Cardiff 10 Son of Thomas Westlake 29 Oct-12 Nov 1868 2 Nov 1868 Scarlet fever Full
Westlake Harry Cardiff 4 Son of Thomas Westlake 1-15 Oct 1868 3 Oct 1868 Scarlet fever Full
Westlake James


30 Oct-13 Nov 1856


p.2: "Oppositionists dead", Morrice Town
Westlake Joseph Stephen Morice Town 39
10-24 Dec 1903 26 Nov 1903 Tumour £12
Westlake Mary Jane Cardiff 2 Daughter of Thomas Westlake 1-15 Oct 1868 9 Oct 1868 Convulsions Full
Westlake Thomas Cardiff 46
19 Dec 1872-2 Jan 1873 13 Dec 1872 Cancer Full
Westman Alexander S. Leicester 57
25 Jan-8 Feb 1900 9 Jan 1900 Influenza, heart failure £12
Westman Ann Jane Leicester 36 Wife of Alexander Westman 1-15 Sep 1881 20 Aug 1881 Heart disease Full
Westman Jane Leicester 14 Daughter of Alexander Westman 9-23 Jun 1892 8 Jun 1892
£2
Westman Lily Leicester 10 months Daughter of Alexander Westman 1-15 Apr 1880 4 Apr 1880
Full
Weston Alfred Charles London (West) 5 Son of William Henry Weston 31 May-14 Jun 1866 1 Jun 1866 Burns Full
Weston Ann London (West) 78 Widow of Henry Weston 24 Sep-8 Oct 1896 22 Sep 1896 Carcinoma of pylorus £5
Weston Arthur Eccles 1 year and 8 months Son of William Henry Weston 28 Aug-11 Sep 1873 28 Aug 1873 Meningitis Full
Weston Clara Leicester 11 months Daughter of George Weston 23 Sep-7 Oct 1897 19 Sep 1897
£2
Weston Cordelia London (West) 2 Daughter of William H. Weston 28 Oct-11 Nov 1869 22 Oct 1869 Syncope from feeble heart Full
Weston Edward Herbert London (West) 5 Son of Edward Weston 6-20 May 1875 17 May 1875
Full
Weston Edward Thomas London (West) 68
19 Feb 1913 6 Feb 1913 Pneumonia £10
Weston Fred Leicester 51
4-18 Apr 1901 9 Apr 1901 Tuberculosis £12 Superannuated. Appeal against fine by Fred Weston junior of Leicester lodge (possibly the son of this member) in return for 15 Feb-1 Mar 1894, p.10; response in return for 1-15 Mar 1894, p.12 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/75].
Weston Frederick London (West) 1 Son of Henry Weston 1-15 Dec 1864 30 Nov 1864 Bronchitis Full
Weston George Bath 40
21 Nov-5 Dec 1861 18 Nov 1861 Consumption

Weston George Leicester 54
27 Dec 1900-10 Jan 1901 2 Jan 1901 Phthisis £3 Result of raffle of his tools in return for 18 Apr-2 May 1901, p.14
Weston George London (Hammersmith) 46
25 Jan-8 Feb 1900 1 Feb 1900 Disease of heart £10
Weston George Weston super Mare 56
9-23 Mar 1899 11 Mar 1899 Sclerosis £12 Superannuated
Weston Hannah Leicester 72 Widow of Thomas Weston 13-27 Aug 1896 13 Aug 1896 Senile decay £5
Weston Henry London (West) 77
30 Jun-14 Jul 1887 2 Jul 1887 Suicide Full Became a member at Bristol on 8 Dec 1846, "an active member, having held the office of Secretary several times". Applications for superannuation in returns for 29 Mar-12 Apr 1883, p.7, and 20 Dec 1883-3 Jan 1884, p.7 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/61 & 64].
Weston J.C. Leicester 1 Son of George Weston 2-16 Oct 1879 30 Sep 1879
Full
Weston John London (West) 6 months Son of William Henry Weston 25 Aug-8 Sep 1898 17 Aug 1898
£2
Weston Julia London (West) 59 Widow of William Henry Weston 14-28 Dec 1899 22 Dec 1899 Heart failure £5
Weston Mary Bristol (Waggon and Horses) 76 Widow of Thomas Weston 6-20 Jul 1893 8 Jul 1893
£6
Weston Robert Liverpool 44
25 Mar-8 Apr 1852 26 Mar 1852 Bronchitis Full Late a member of Odd Fellows' Hall lodge, Liverpool
Weston Sarah London (Hammersmith) 45 Wife of G. Weston 14-28 Dec 1899 21 Dec 1899 Carcinoma of uteri £5
Weston Thomas


21 Mar-4 Apr 1867


"Defaulter dead", p.4: death reported by Bootle Lodge. Name appeared on the blacklist for offence at Birkenhead, 15 Oct 1846.
Weston Thomas Bristol (St John's Porter House) 54
27 Jul-10 Aug 1876 20 Jul 1876 Heart disease Full
Weston Thomas Leicester 71
18 Aug-1 Sep 1892 17 Aug 1892 Old age £5 Application for superannuation in return for 7-21 Feb 1889, p.8 [MSS.78/OS/4/1/71].
Weston William Liverpool (North)

23 Dec 1879-8 Jan 1880 17 Nov 1879


Weston William Worcester 65
22 Mar-5 Apr 1866 24 Mar 1866 Cough Full
Weston William Henry London (West) 56
11-25 Oct 1894 9 Oct 1894 Fall from scaffold, whilst working on a mansion at Lindfield Gardens, Hampstead, for Mr William Dabbs, builder, of Stamford Hill £12 Became a member at Newport on 17 Nov 1856, wife registered at Bristol on 28 Nov 1857. Was taken to St Mary's Hospital, Paddington, after the accident. Application for accident provision on pp.10-11. Letter of thanks from widow, Julia Weston (in Sidcup, Kent), in return for 22 Nov-6 Dec 1894, p.13
Weston William Henry London (West) 49
25 Jun 1913 7 Jun 1913 Mastoid disease £2 10s
Westwell Joseph Padiham 42
4-18 Oct 1877 6 Oct 1877
Full
Westwood Alfred Manchester (Salford) 47
19 Mar-2 Apr 1868 25 Mar 1868 Pneumonia Full
Westwood David York 39
19 Dec 1861-2 Jan 1862 19 Dec 1861 Pneumonia Full
Westwood Elizabeth Manchester (Salford) 69 Widow of Alfred Westwood 16-30 Oct 1890 13 Oct 1890 Senile decay Full
Westwood Moses Wolverhampton 66
11-25 May 1871 19 May 1871 Influenza Half
Westwood Moses Wolverhampton 42
8-22 Nov 1894 12 Nov 1894 Gastric atrophy £5
Westwood Richard Manchester (Salford) 30
12-26 Jul 1877 22 Jul 1877 Phthisis Full
Westwood Richard Walsall 39
21 Dec 1871-4 Jan 1872 26 Dec 1871 Bronchitis Full
Westwood Richard Walsall 3 weeks Son of Richard Westwood 8-22 Aug 1867 15 Aug 1867 Convulsions Full
Wetherhead / Weatherhead Joseph Stockport 38
16-30 Sep 1880 23 Sep 1880 Phthisis and pleurisy Full Application for superannuation in return for 5-19 Feb 1880, p.8.
Wetherill Robert Bradford 28
22 Jun-6 Jul 1871 16 Jun 1871 Accidently killed by falling from a scaffold while at work
Under 14 weeks' suspension
Wetton Violet St Helens 9 weeks Daughter of George Wetton 19 Jul-2 Aug 1883 13 Jul 1883
Full