|parents||John Kinder & Ann Sandiford
|born||1843, Dukinfield, Cheshire, England|
|baptised||2 Jul 1843, St Michael's, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, England|
|buried||10 May 1923, Dukinfield Cemetery, Cheshire, England|
James was a grandson of James and Mary Rider and the 3rd child of John Kinder and Ann Sandiford.
James was born in Dukenfield and baptised on 2 July 1843 at St Michael's Church, Ashton-under-Lyne.
the UK Census of 1851, John was listed still living with his parents in
Davi(e)s Street, Dukinfield. James is noted as being a Scholar of 8 years of age.|
Davi(e)s Street no longer
Today, the address - 20 Wharf Street, comes up in that part of Wharf Street that was previously Davi(e)s Street.
|According to the UK Census of 1861, Sarah was still living at home an
aged only 13 years, worked as a Silk Piecer. |
This was a very lowly job, just picking up bits of off-cuts and scraps from the factory floor.
The family lived in Fountain Street, Macclesfield.
|James was 27 years old and Sarah was 22. They both made their mark with
an “X” only. Interestingly, Sarah’s parents – James and Maria did not sign their names also.|
The marriage certificate states that Sarah was living at 41 St Georges Street, Sutton. Was this Sarah's home address in 1870? James was also stated to be living in Sutton, at 32 Byrons Street, probably at the house of a friend of the Goodwins since he had to establish residency in the area before they could be married. Sutton is now a suburb in the south of Macclesfield.