Lucy Kate Mangnall was born in 1851 in Salford (RoB 1851 Salford Q3 V.20 p.969) to Anne (HM184) and William (HM120). At the time of the 1861 Census she was 9 years old and living at Clerk’s Hill in Prestwich with her family.
The 1871 Census shows that Lucy was still living with her family at Clark’s Hill. Her father had died in 1868. Lucy was now 19 years old and was working as a Governess.
In 1881 Lucy was living at Taintree House in Audlem, Cheshire with her mother and her three younger sisters. Together with her sisters she ran a school in their home.
Lucy married Thomas Lomas Evans at St James’ Church, the parish church of Audlem, after banns on 1st September 1894. Thomas was a cashier, the son of Thomas Evans, a tea merchant. Their marriage was witnessed by William Jackson Evans and Lucy’s sister Blanche (FM282).
|Registration District Nantwich
|1894 Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Audlem in the County of Chester
|Name and surname
|Rank or Profession
|Residence at the time of marriage
|Father’s Name and Surname
|Rank or Profession of Father
|St John the
|Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church after Banns by me,
|Thomas Lomas Evans
Lucy Kate Mangnall
|William Jackson Evans
Thomas and Lucy were living at 14 Clitheroe Street in Birch in Rusholme at the time of the 1901 Census. Thomas was working as a Mercantile Cashier.
Lucy died in 1920 aged 68 and was buried in Audlem Cemetery on the 17th April in grave number 478 which had been purchased by her sister Blanche Hall on the 31st January 1918 for 1 guinea. Her husband Thomas died aged 73 and was buried with her on the 18th January 1923. Also in the same grave are the remains of Lucy’s older brother William Mangnall (FM292) of Monks Lane who died aged 67 and was buried on the 21st October 1917.
Thanks to the Audlem Burial Committee for their help in this research and Harold Boardman for the details on the marriage certificate.
[Last updated 13 Aug 2006]