Hannah Davenport Mangnall was born in 1855 in Chorley, Lancashire (RoB Chorley 1855 Q2 V.8c p.409), daughter of William Mangnall (GM145) and Harriet(t) (GM146). She was christened on the 10th June 1855 at St George’s, Chorley (VRI).
The 1861 Census shows that Hannah was 5 years old living with her parents at Cowling in Chorley.
At the time of the 1871 Census Hannah was living at 259 Lyons Lane in Chorley with her parents, her brothers and sisters. She was working as a cotton weaver.
Hannah married James Morris (FM257) on the 26th July 1876 at St George’s (VRI and RoM Chorley 1876 Q3 V.8c p.706) and by the time of the 1881 census they were living at 115 Market Street in Chorley with their daughter:-
- Elizabeth, born about 1879.
James is described as a Master Clogger employing a man and a boy, Hannah was a cotton weaver.
[Last updated 13 Aug 2010]