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Charles Lewis Land★ (1797-1844) and Anne Dinsdale★

Birth: Charles Louis Land son of Charles Land and Elizabeth Dunford, 1797 Leeds.

Occupation: Clothdrawer

Marriage: Ann Dinsdale 1816, Birstall Parish

Children: John 1818, Elizabeth 1820, Elizabeth 1823, James Dunford Land, 1826, Charles Lewis Land 1829, Emma 1833 all born Leeds/Holbeck

Death of Charles Lewis Land: 1844 Hunslet

Death of Ann Dinsdale Land: 1871 Holbeck


Birth, 1797

Charles "Louis" Land, the son of Charles Land and Elizabeth Dunford, of St James Street, was baptized in the Leeds parish church on September 3, 1797

"Charles Land, St James Street Aug 5, September 3, Charles Louis" (Leeds Parish Records)

Note: In other records Louis was spelt LEWIS. I believe that the name derives from a surname, but have been unable to substantiate the fact.


Occupation

Charles Lewis Land was a cloth drawer.

See John Land for more information on this occupation.

General and commercial directory of the borough of Leeds : with some of the principal neighbouring towns and villages, accompan... Land, Charles cloth drawer, Marshall Street, Water Lane Leeds Directory 1825/26

Note: It is possible that this listing was for Charles Lewis Land's father.


Marriage of Charles Lewis Land and Anne Dinsdale

Charles Lewis Land of Heckmondwike and Ann Dinsdale of Drighlington were married by banns 25th February 1816 in the presence of John Kelly and Joseph Shaw. Charles and Ann both signed their names. (Birstall Parish Bishop's Transcripts)

The marriage was witnessed by John Kelly and Joseph Shaw. Joseph Shaw was the parish clerk.

The clerk wrote DINSDILL but Ann's signature looks more like DINSDALE.

This is the only record for either Charles Lewis Land or Ann Dinsdale in Birstall parish.

The records for the name Land in Birstall parish were limited. To see other Birstall Parish Land records go to Birstall Lands now or at the bottom of the page.

Children of Charles Lewis Land and Ann Dinsdale

  1. John Land★ (1818-1877), Mary Dyson and Lydia Law★

    Birth: John, son of Charles Lewis and Anne Land of Leeds, born on May 5, 1818 and baptized on July 12, 1818 at Queen Street Chapel, Leeds.

    John Land married twice. His second wife, Lydia Law, was the daughter of William Law. John Land and Lydia Law were my ancestors.

    For more information on John Land, go to John Land

  2. Elizabeth, the daughter of Charles Lewis Land and Ann of Holbeck, born on August 4, 1820 and baptized on October 1, 1820 at Queens Street Chaple, Leeds. Note: Elizabeth was named for Charles's mother.

    Death: She must have died as another Elizabeth was born in 1822.

  3. Elizabeth Land (1822-) and William Kendall

    Birth: Elizabeth Land, the daughter of Charles Lewis Land and Ann Land of Holbeck, born on November 14, 1822 and baptized on March 23, 1823 in Queens Street Chapel, Leeds.

    Marriage: November 6 1842 Calverly Parish Church, Elizabeth Land age 20 spinster daughter of Charles Lewis Land, cloth drawer, married William Kendall age 22 wood turner, son of John Kendell, machine maker. Witnesses were Charles Lewis Land and Jeremiah Proctor his mark. Both William and Elizabeth signed the marriage form. Residence Idle. Registered at Leeds. (Marriage certificate Leeds 1842 CE127/A/410)

    Notes:

    • I believe that The Charles Lewis Land in question was Elizabeth's father, her brother, Charles, would only have been 13 years old.
    • Idle is a community north of Bradford, between Leeds and Kieghley.
    • Why did they marry in Calverley instead of Leeds?

    Children: They do not appear to have had children. There were none listed with them in any census.

    Further records: William Kendall reported the death of Ann Land in 1871.

    1851 Census in Holbeck: See Lands in the English Censuses

    1861 Census in Holbeck: William Kendell, head, age 38, born Holbeck, flax mill wood turner, and his wife, Elizabeth, age 36, born Holbeck were listed in the 1861 census at 2 Irwin St Holbeck (Hogg's Field)

  4. 1871 Census in Holbeck: William Kendell, head, age 49, born Holbeck, flax mill wood turner, and his wife, Elizabeth, age 46, born Holbeck were listed in the 1861 census at 1 Irwin St., Holbeck

    1881 census: William Kendell, head, age 58, born Holbeck, wood turner, and his wife, Elizabeth, age 56, born Holbeck were listed in the 1881 census at 1 Irwin St Holbeck

  5. James Dunford Land (1826-1864) and Mary Ratcliff

    Birth: James Dunford Land, the son of Charles Lewis Land and Anne Land of Water Lane, Holbeck, born on July 18, 1826 and baptized on October 15, 1826, Queen Street Chapel, Leeds.

    Occupations:

    • Bookkeeper, 1847 and 1848
    • Clerk corn mill, 1851
    • Agent brewery 1856
    • Bookkeeper, 1857
    • "Traveler" (salesman) brewery 1861
    • Employee Inn, 1863

    Marriage: James Dunford Land, full age, bachelor, book-keeper, Portland Street, son of Charles Lewis Land, cloth drawer, married Mary Ratcliff, full age spinster, dress maker, Worthley, daughter of William Ratcliff, machine maker ?, on December 25, 1847 in the District Church of St George, Leeds, after banns. Both signed. Witnesses: Thomas Dean and Sarah Ann Smith.

    Children:

    1. Charles Lewis Land, son of James Land, bookkeeper, and Mary Land formerly Ratcliff, Canning Street Hunslet, was born August 1, 1848. Birth reported by Mary Land, mother. (Civil Record)

      Baptism: 1852, Chalres Lewis Land, son of James Dunford and Mary Land, Barslow bookkeeper, March 11, 1852

      Death: Charles Lewis Land son of James Dunford Land, bookkeeper, Caldonian Terrace, Leeds, died on September 27, 1857 of effusion the the brain, certified. Death reported by James D Land, present at the death. (Civil Record)

      Note: Canning Street, Hunslet was the address of James' father, Charles Lewis Land, in 1841 census and at his death in 1844.

    2. Kate Land 1851 married William Russell

      Birth:

      Civil Record: LAND, Kate, Leeds Southeast, Leeds, SE/29/385, 1851

      Parish Record: Dec 25, Kate, of James Dunford and Mary Land, Barsto- Building bookkeeper 1851 (Christchurch PR)

      Marriage: Marriages Dec 1868, Land, Kate, Leeds, 9b, 587, Russell, William (Free BMD)
      Or Yorkshire BMF, LAND, Kate, RUSSELL, William, St Peter, Leeds, Leeds, CE46/75/194 (1868)

      Children

      1. Annie Jane Russell (1869-) and Frederick William Laing
        Birth: circa 1869 Halifax - Annie Jane Russell BIRTH: Oct 1869 - Halifax, Yorkshire West Riding
        Marriage: Aug 4, 1891 Annie Jane Russell age 22, spinster, 26 Chapeltown Rd. Seepcar, Parish of S. Clement, Leeds, father William Russell, railroad clerk to Frederick William Laing age 23, bachelor, Insurance Surveyor, 2 Leopold Square father Henry Laing, gentleman. Both signed. witnesses Henry Laing and William Russett. Both signed.
        Children:
        1. Reginald Russell - Reginald Russell Laing BIRTH: Jul 1892 - Leeds, Yorkshire - West Riding
        2. Dorothy Marie - Dorothy Maria Laing Birth Date: abt 1894 Parish: Leeds, St Alban The Martyr Baptism Date: 15 Nov 1894 Father's name: Fredk Wm Laing, Insurance ---, Mother's name: Annie Jane Laing
        1901 Census: Annie Jane Laing Age: 31 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1870 Relation: Wife Spouse's Name: Frederick Wm Laing Gender: Female Where born: Halifax, Yorkshire, England Civil parish: Templenewsam Ecclesiastical parish: Whitkirk St Mary Town: Halton County/Island: Yorkshire Country: England Street Address: Occupation: Registration district: Hunslet Sub-registration district: Whitkirk ED, institution, or vessel: 3 Neighbors: View others on page Household schedule number: 160 Piece: 4198 Folio: 40, Frederick Wm Laing 32, insurance inspector, Annie Jane Laing 31 Reginald R Laing 8 Dorothy Maire Laing 6
        Death: Annie Jane Laing DEATH: 28 Nov 1923 - Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
        Laing, Annie Jane of 3 Grosvenor-place, Blackman-lane, Leeds, widow died 28 November 1923 Administration London 13 December to Reginald Russell Laing civil servant Effects £897 9s 9d (England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1861-1941 Record for Annie Jane Laing)

      2. Ellen Kate born Leeds 1873

        Birth: Ellen Kate Russell Birth Date: 14 Feb 1873 Parish: Leeds, St Thomas, Leylands Baptism Date: 7 Feb 1884 Father's name: William Russell, railway agent, Mother's name: Kate Russell

        1901: Age 28 with her father.

      3. Joseph born Leeds 1874 - Joseph Frederick Russell Birth Date: 26 Feb 1874 Parish: Leeds, St Thomas, Leylands Baptism Date: 7 Feb 1884 Father's name: William Russell Mother's name: Kate Russell

        Marriage: Joseph Frederick Russell Age: 29, bachelor, chemist, 192 Hareesfield ave. Marriage or Bann Date: 1 Sep 1903 Parish: Leeds, St Aidan Father's name: William Russell, railroad representative Spouse's Name: Ada Fynn, age 26, Spouse's Father's Name: Arthur Wellesley Fynn. Both signed. Witness W Rusell.

      4. Louise born Leeds 1876- Louise Josephine Russell MOTHER: Kate Russell FATHER: William Russell BIRTH: 8 Apr 1876 BAPTISM: 7 Feb 1884 - Leeds, St Thomas, Leylands, Yorkshire, England

      5. William E born Leeds circa 1878

        1901: William E Russell Age: 23 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1878 Relation: Head Spouse's Name: Lillie Russell Gender: Male Where born: Leeds, Yorkshire, England Civil parish: Potter Newton Ecclesiastical parish: Burmantofts St Agnes County/Island: Yorkshire Country: England Registration district: Leeds Sub-registration district: Chapeltown ED, institution, or vessel: 23 Neighbors: View others on page Household schedule number: 8 Piece: 4251 Folio: 5 Page Number: 2 Household Members: Name Age William E Russell 23, journeyman bricklayer, Lillie Russell 24

      6. John R born Leeds - John Reginold Russell Birth Date: 9 Mar 1879 Parish: Leeds, St Thomas, Leylands Baptism Date: 7 Feb 1884 Father's name: William Russell Mother's name: Kate Russell

      1871 Census: On Melbourne Street Leeds, North Ward as follows:

      • William Russell, head married, age 28, Railway clerk
      • Kate, wife, age 19
      • Anne J daughter age 1
      • All born Leeds

      1881 Census: On Leeds Terrace North West Leeds as follows:

      • William Russell, age 38, railways co canvasser, born Leeds
      • Kate, wife, age 29, born Leeds
      • Annie J daughter age 11, scholar, born Halifax
      • Ellen K age 8 born, scholar, born Leeds
      • Joseph age 7, scholar, born Leeds
      • Louise daughter age 4, scholar born Leeds
      • William E son age 3 born Leeds
      • John R son age 2 born Leeds
      • Fanny Land, sister-in-law age 21 born Leeds

      1901 Census Potter Newton, Yorkshire, William Russell, age 58, widow, railroad company agent, Ellen K Russell, daughter age 28, both born Leeds

    3. Emily, 1852

      March 11, Charles Lewis and Emily of James Dunford Land and Mary Land, Barslow? St., bookkeeper were baptized March 11, 1852, Leeds Christ Church (PR)

      Listed with the family in the 1861 census.

    4. Arthur Land (1855 )

      Birth:

      Civil Record: LAND, Arthur, Leeds West, Leeds WEST/45/275 1855

      1871 Census: Arthur Land age 16, drapery assistant, born Leeds, Mill Hills Boar Lane, Leeds. Note: This is a big establishment and I can't figure out who the head was. Arthur's relationship is given as "Assistant"

      Further Records:

      • There is a marriage Jun 1882, Land, Arthur, Bradford Y., 9b, 149, 1882. Different Arthur Land per parish records. Father named James but they were shoemakers from Manningham.
      • Nothing more in censuses
      • No obvious deaths between 1871 and 1888 on Free BMD or Yorkshire BMD

    5. Fanny Land (1858-) and Frederick William Taylor

      Birth Civil Record: LAND, Fanny, Leeds West, Leeds, WEST/53/236

      1871 Census: Fanny was listed with Thomas K Chennel on Caladonia, West Leeds as follows:

      • Thomas K Chennel head married age 36, house small ware dealer master partner with firm employing 7 men and 2 boys, born Brosby Wood
      • Ann, wife, age 36, born Wortley
      • Addy, daughter age 5, born Leeds
      • Lavenia, daughter, age 2, born Leeds
      • Fanny Land, niece, age 12, born Leeds
      • Note: Caladonia Street was an address for James Dunford Land. Fanny is the niece of Thomas and Ann Chennel by way of Ann Chennell. I can't find the Thomas Chennel, Ann ___ marriage. But Ann was born in Wortly as was Fanny's mother, Mary.

      1881 Census: Fanny Land age 21 was listed with her sister, Kate Land Russell, in the 1881 census in Leeds.

      Marriage: 1884 LAND, Fanny, TAYLOR, Frederick W, St Peter, Leeds, Leeds, CE46/96/77

      November 16, 1884, Fredrick William Taylor, age 22, bachelor, jeweller, Leeds Terrace, father Nathaniel Taylor jewller to Fanny Land age 23, spinster, Caledonian Street, father James Dunford Land, dead, Publican, both signed, witnesses John Smith Allanson and Florence Emily Taylor

      Children:

      1. Edith Mary, 1886

        Marriage: Edith Mary Taylor age 26, spinster, A--thorpe Rd daughter of Frederick William Taylor jeweler, by banns to Ralph Horsfall ?? age 25, bachelor dairyman, Au--thrope Rd son of Hedley Horsfall ??? Ironmonger, Parish Church Manston, Sy James 4 June 1912. both signed. Witnesses Thomas Henry Dixon and Charles Harold Taylor.

      2. Charles Harold Taylor c 1888

        Charles Harold Taylor BIRTH: Apr 1888 - Leeds, Yorkshire - West Riding

        Marriage: Charles Harold Taylor Marriage or Bann Date: 24 Jul 1915 Parish: Manston, St James Spouse's Name: Minnie Thompson. I just found the banns not the marriage.

      1891 Census: Seacroft Chapeltown, District 18, Crossgates, Frederick W Taylor, head age 29 jeweler, born Leeds Fanny wife age 29, born Leeds Edith Mary age 5, born Crossgates, Charles - age 3, born Crossgates

      1901: Charles H Taylor Age: 13 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1888 Relation: Son Father's name: Frederick W Taylor Mother's name: Fannie Taylor Gender: Male Where born: Crossgates, Yorkshire, England Civil parish: Barwick in Elmet Ecclesiastical parish: Manston St James Town: Crossgates County/Island: Yorkshire Country: England Registration district: Tadcaster Sub-registration district: Aberford ED, institution, or vessel: 9 Neighbors: View others on page Household schedule number: 64 Piece: 4431 Frederick W Taylor 39 Fannie Taylor 40 Edith M Taylor 15 Charles H Taylor 13 View Original Record View original image View blank form Notes

      • No Chenell marriages listed by Yorkshire BMD
      • Only one birth record for Chennel, BIRTH Lavinia, Leeds, 9b, 490, 1867 at Free BMD and Yorkshire BMD
      • Addy born March 6, 1866 and Lavina born Dec 13, 1867 the daughters of Thomas Kirkby Chennel and Ann of Caledonian Street draper were baptized Sept 14, 1868 in Leeds Parish Church)
      • 1881 Census: At 31 Caladonian Street as follows:
        • Thomas K Chennel head, married, age 46, linen draper, and small ware merchant employing 9 men and 1 boy born Brasty Wood
        • Ann, wife, age 48 born Wortley
        • Addy daughter age 15 born Leeds
      • 1891 Census: On Caladonian St
        • Thomas K Chennel head age 56, hosier and smallware dealer born Brasty Woods
        • Ann Chennel wife age 56 born Wortley
        • Addy daughter age 25 born Leeds at 28 Caledonian Street North Leeds.
      • Ann Chenell was either born a Land or a Ratcliff. Since James Dunford's wife, Mary was born in Wortley and Ann Chenell was born in Wortley is more likely that Ann was born a Ratcliff.

        1911 CENSUS: Did not find. October 2011

    6. Annie 1860

      Civil Record: LAND, Annie, Leeds West, Leeds, WEST/60/310, 1860

      Censuses: No

      Death: Several possibilities listed by Yorkshire BMD

    Addresses: James Dunford Land lived in Leeds until at least 1863. He was listed in the Leeds Directories as follows:
    • 1851 Barston Street So. Leeds, clerk corn mill, 1851 census. See Lands in the Censuses
    • 1856, on Caledonia Terrace, Leeds, as an agent for Benj. Dawson and Co., brewers.
    • 1857, on Caledonia Terrace, Leeds as a clerk
    • 1861 Caledonia Road, Leeds, brewer's traveler 1861 census. See Lands in the Censuses
    • 1863, on Wood St. Leeds as an employee of the Boy and Barrel Inn

    1861 Census: at 53 Caladonian Road Leeds as follows:

    • James D Land, head, age 34, brewer's traveler born Holbeck
    • Mary, wife, age 34, born Wortley
    • Emily, daughter age 11, scholar, born Leeds
    • Kate, daughter age 9, scholar, born Leeds
    • Arthur, son age 5 born Leeds
    • Fanny, daughter age 2 born Leeds
    • Annie, daughter age 4 months, born leeds

    Death: James Dunford Land, male age 38, Innkeeper, died of Typhoid Fever (3 days), certified, reported by Mary Land, present at te death 3 Wood Street, Leeds, 4 December 1864, 3 Wood Street, South East Leeds

    Later Records for Mary Land: Not listed in the censuses as born circa 1826 Wortley.

  6. Charles Land, the son of Charles Lewis Land and Ann Land of Holbeck, born on October 25, 1829 and baptized April 13, 1830, Queen Street Chapel.

    Most likely died as a child. He was not listed with the family in 1841 census. He would have been 12 years old.

  7. Emma Land (1833-1891)

    Occupation: Emma Land may have had some sort of problem. She never married and she was never listed in any of the censuses with an occupation.

    Birth: Emma Land, the daughter of Charles Lewis Land and Ann Land of Brewery Field, Holbeck, born on June 29, 1833 and baptized on October 27, 1833 at Queen Street Chapel, Leeds.

    1851 Census: Emma was listed with her mother in the 1851 census, age 16. See Lands in the English Censuses

    1861 Census: Emma was listed with her mother in the 1851 census, age 16. See Lands in the English Censuses

    1871 Census: Not listed

    1881 Census: Emma was listed with James Rodley at 27 Top Moorside Holbeck, as follows:

    • James Rodley, head, age 44, born Holbeck, farmer of six acres and milk vender
    • Mary A Rodley, wife, age 44, born Holbeck
    • Emma Land, other, age 46, born Holbeck, annuitant

      LDS

      Note An annuitant is a person who receives an annuity or fixed yearly payment.

    1891 Census: Emma was listed as a boarder in Holbeck See Lands in the English Censuses

    Death: Emma Land, female age 66, daughter of Charles Lewis Land, cloth dresser of Holbeck (deceased), died of senile decay, certified by T Dobson M.D., person reporting the death, R.J. Smith, Master workhouse Holbeck, 19 October 1900, Workhouse, Holbeck, Leeds

Notes:
  • All of the baptisms of the children of Charles Lewis Land and Anne Dinsdell were taken from the Queens Street Chapel records available on LDS microfilm 0828139.

    Queen Street Chapel was also known as the White Chapel and Whitehall Independent Chapel. It was listed in the 1830 Directory of Leeds under Dissenting and Methodist Chapels.

    Independent was a "nonconformist' sect.

    Queen Street is between Wellington Street and St Paul's Street, just across the Aire River from Holbeck.

  • James D Land and Emma Land are the only Lands that turn up in the 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881 and 1891 censuses listed as born in Holbeck except for Mary A Land lodger born circa 1828 listed in 1851.

    Lands in Holbeck in the censuses were very limited there were:

    • 1851 census Ann, Emma and James D.
    • 1851 census: Mary A lodger, age 23, can't read rest born Holbeck
    • 1851 census: Sarah Land age 66 widow born Rothwell. She was also listed in the 1861 census, Sarah Land, sister, age 77, widow, fundholder, blind, born Rothwell was listed with William Longbottom head age 60. Sarah was age,
    • 1871 census: The family of John B Land, head, age 45, card fitter (?) in woolen mill, Mary A. B. Land, age 43 hemp winder, and their son William B Land, age 15 errand boy, on Claphow street Holbeck, all born Leeds.


Holbeck

1857/58 Leeds Directory included a description of the township of Holbeck,

Holbeck township and Chapelry, on the south side of the Aire (adjoining Hunslet) forms a populous south-western suburb of Leeds, commencing at Christ Church, Meadow lane, and extending westward to the old village of Holbeck, one mile S.W. and to Holbeck Moor and the Folly 1 ¸ miles S.S.W. of Briggate. It is noted for several copious springs of Spa Water, which is slightly impregnated with sulphur. Though it extends over only about 760 acres it had 14,152 souls in 1851···. The Methodists and Independents have commodious chapels in Holbeck township·· Holbeck cemetery, at Beeston hill, comprises about nine acres of land purchased at the cost of about 2500 pounds in 1856. It was opened in 1857.
To see pictures of Holbeck go to Photos of Leeds


Charles Land in the 1841 Census in Hunslet

Charles Land was listed in the 1841 census in Hunslet in Enumeration District 12 in an area listed as:

"All between north side of Ansley Street east side of Dale Street and south side of Charlotte Street to Meadow Lane and all north of Jack Lane to Dewsbury Road on the west side and east side of Meadow Lane"
According to a current map of Leeds, there is an APEX Business Center on this site today.

Charles Land and his family were listed on Canning Street as follows:

  1. Charles, age 43, cloth drawer
  2. Ann, age 44
  3. John, age 23, cloth drawer
  4. Elizabeth, age 18
  5. James, age 14
  6. Emma, age 7

Note: It is interesting that John, age 23 was listed with them. He had married in 1840.

There were 172 inhabited and 6 uninhabited houses in this Enumeration District with a total of 805 people; a rate of 4.6 persons per house. Occupations of others in the area included: tailor, bookkeeper, corn miller, cloth dresser, joiner, plumber, merino weaver, night policeman, stone mason, iron moulder, engineer, cabinet maker, model maker, blacksmith, maltster, flax spinner, shoemaker, tanner, hackle maker, flour dealer, brewer, cloth drawer, wood turner, pot painter, road surveyor, thread maker, grocer, tea dealer, herring dealer, straw hat maker, potter, and waterman. With the exception of an occasional labourer, everyone in this Enumeration District seems to have been a craftsman or a tradesman.


Addresses of Charles Lewis Land

  1. Charles "Louis" Land, the son of Charles Land of St James Street, was baptized in the Leeds parish church on September 3, 1797
  2. Married in Birstall Parish in 1816.
  3. "Leeds" in 1818 at the birth of John
  4. "Holbeck" at the birth of both Elizabeths in 1820 and 1822
  5. Water Lane, Holbeck at the birth of James in 1826
  6. "Holbeck" at the birth of Charles in 1829
  7. Brewery Field, Holbeck at the birth of Emma in 1833
  8. 29 Canning Street in the 1834 Leeds Directory
  9. Canning Street, Hunslet in the 1841 census
  10. Canning Street, Hunslet at his death in 1844


Death of Charles Lewis Land

Charles Lewis Land, age 47, cloth drawer, died on June 11, 1844, at Canning Street, Hunslet, Leeds, of Phthisis (Pulmonary tuberculosis). The death was reported by Ann Land, "present at the death". (Civil Record). Ann Land was most likely Charles Lewis Land's wife, Ann Dinsdell Land.


Ann Dinsdell Land in the 1851 census

Ann Land and her daughter, Emma, were listed in the 1851 census at 30 Terrace Street, Little Holbeck as follows:

  • Ann Land, head, widow, age 59, retired straw bonnet maker, born Keighley
  • Emma Land, daughter, age 16, no occupation, born Holbeck
I cannot find Terrace Street on any of the maps I have.


Ann Dinsdell Land in the 1861 census

Ann Land and her daughter, Emma, were listed in the 1861 census at 2 Terrace Street, Holbeck as follows:

  • Ann Land, head, widow, age 66, seamstress, born Keighley
  • Emma Land, daughter, age 23, no occupation, born Holbeck


Death of Ann Dinsdell Land

Ann Land, female, age 77, widow of Charles Lewis Land Cloth Drawer, died on 10 September 1871 of old age not certified, address 1 Terrace Street Holbeck. Informant, Wm Kendell, in attendance.

William Kendell was the husband of Ann's daughter, Elizabeth.


Land Introduction
John Land, son of Charles Lewis Land and Ann Dinsdale
John Land, father of Charles Land and other early Lands in Wakefield

Charles Land, the father of Charles Lewis Land

For information on Charles Land, the father of Charles Lewis Land, click on the photo of the Leeds parish church.


For information on Ann Dinsdale and her family click on the photo of the Keighley


Queen's Street Chapel Leeds

For information on other Lands in the Queens Street Chapel records, click on illustration of the city of Leeds showing the section where the Queen's Street chapel was.


The Lands in Leeds

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Photographs of Leeds

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Leeds

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The Lands in the English Censuses

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Land Introduction
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John Land, father of Charles Land and other early Lands in Wakefield
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