William Holdsworth Iddison1,2,3,4

b. 30 December 1865, d. between January 1899 and March 1899


  1. [S14] UK 1881 Census Surname Index, William H.
  2. [S18] 1881 Microfilm, 26 Eastnor Street, Stretford, Manchester, 3885 Folio 61 Pages 5 & 6, William H.
  3. [S19] All Iddison, Quarterly Index of Births, William II (1838 - 1906).
  4. [S104] William Holdsworth Iddison, Certified Copy (10 Oct 2011).
  5. [S18] 1881 Microfilm, 26 Eastnor Street, Stretford, Manchester, 3885 Folio 61 Pages 5 & 6.
  6. [S14] UK 1881 Census Surname Index.
  7. [S104] William Holdsworth Iddison, Certified Copy, Born, Thirtieth December 1865 at Platt Lane, Rusholme, William Holdsworth Iddison, boy, to William Holdsworth Iddison (a rope and twine manuacturer) and Sarah Ann Iddison (formerly Webster). Informed by Sarah Ann Iddison, mother, Platt Lane, Rusholme. Registered on sixth February 1866 by Thomas Hallsworth, Registrar. (10 Oct 2011).
  8. [S19] All Iddison, Quarterly Index of Births, Chorlton (1838 - 1906).
  9. [S22] FreeBMD database, online http://www.freebmd.org.uk, William H. Iddison, birth registered at Chorlton, Lancashire between January and March 1866.. Mar 1866 Chorlton 8c 565.
  10. [S48] 1871 Microfilm, 124 Clowes Street, Gorton, Manchester, RG10/3981, 14, Page 21.
  11. [S70] 1871 Microfilm, unknown location, unknown record info, Schedule No. 107, 124 Clowes St., St. Mark's, Gorton, Manchester.
    Wm. H. Iddison, head of family, married, male, age 32, Agent Rope Net Twine Canvas, born in Bedale, Yorkshire.
    Sarah A. Iddison, wife, married, female, age 30, born in Leeming, Yorkshire.
    Arthur C. Iddison, son, male, age 7, scholar, born in Manchester, Lancashire.
    Wm. H. Iddison, son, male, age 6, scholar, born in Rusholme, Lancashire.
    Walter H. Iddison, son, male, age 4, born in Rusholme, Manchester.
    Jane A. Iddison, daughter, female, age 1, born in Chorlton-Medlock, Lancashire.
    Martha W. Iddison, daughter, female, age 6 months, born in Gorton, Lancashire.
  12. [S27] 1881 Transcribed Census Data, Online, Searchable Census.
    26 Eastnor Street, Stretford, Barton upon Irwell, Lancashire. Parish of St. Gabriel. Schedule no. 26.
    William H. Iddison, head, married, male, age 41, Com Traveller Linens Woolens, born in Bedale, Yorkshire.
    Sarah Ann Iddison, wife, married, female, age 40, born in Leeming, Yorkshire.
    Thomas Iddison, son, unmarried, male, age 21, Parcel Deliverer Carten, born in Surrey.
    Arthur C. Iddison, son, unmarried, male, age 17, Merchants Clerk, born in Manchester.
    William H. Iddison, son, unmarried, male, age 16, E & M Mechanic Sewing Machine, born in Manchester.
    Walter H. Iddison, son, male, age 14, Merchants Clerk, born in Manchester.
    Jane A. Iddison, daughter, female, age 12, scholar, born in Manchester.
    Mary L. Iddison, daughter, female, age 9, scholar, born in Manchester.
    Robt G. J. Iddison, son, male, age 7, scholar, born in Manchester.
    Marmaduke B. Iddison, son, male, age 5, born in Manchester.
    Sarah A. Iddison, daughter, female, age 3, born in Manchester.
    Elizabeth Iddison, daughter, female, age 2, born in Manchester.
    Beatrice Iddison, daughter, female, age 10 months, born in Manchester.
  13. [S13] UK Probate Index (1858 - 1930) unknown file number.
  14. [S25] 31 March 1901 Web, http://www.ancestry.co.uk/, unknown record info, 228 City Road, Hilme St. Georges, South Manchester, Lancashire. RG13, Piece 3707, Folio 15, Page 21, Schedule 100.
  15. [S22] FreeBMD database, online http://www.freebmd.org.uk, Arthur Cobbett Iddison & Eliza Smith, marriage registered at Chorlton between April and June 1887. Chorlton 8c 888.
  16. [S165] Index of unknown event type.
  17. [S218] Unknown author, 'Funeral of Mr. Roger Iddison', "The Yorkshire Herald. Saturday 29th March 1890. Page 10. Column 1.
    Funeral of Mr. Roger IDDISON. On Saturday afternoon, the remains of Mr. Roger Iddison, of Portland-street, York, were interred in York Cemetery, and were followed to their last resting place by a very large number of sympathising friends. The body was encased in a shell, and then in a massive oak coffin, panelled, with a raised lid, and an engraved shield containing the words "Roger Iddison, died March 19th, 1890, aged 55 years." The cortege moved away from the residence of the deceased in time to be at St. Mary's, Castlegate, at about a quarter to three o'clock, the following occupying the mourning coaches : Mrs. lddison (widow), Mr. and Mrs. Lane (daughter and son-in-law), Miss Lane, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. lddison, Mr. A. C. Iddison, Mr. W. H. Iddison, junr., Mr. Walter H. Iddison, Mr. Robert Simpson, Mr. John Brown, Mr. John Iddison (cousin), Mr. Helmsley, Mr. George Freeman, Mr. R. Boulton, Mrs Manton, Mr. and Mrs. Rowley, Mr. and Mrs. Cowell, Mr. and Mrs. Place, Mr John Hicks, Mr. T. Simpson, and Mr. Fred Nottingham. Wreaths were sent from the widow the daughter (Mrs. Lane), Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Iddison and family, Members of the York and Malton Cricket Clubs, Mr. Hicks, Mr. F. Nottingham, Mr. T. Barnes, Mr. and Mrs Manton, Mr. and Mrs. Place, Mr. and Mrs. Webster, Mr. George Webster, Mr. and Mrs. Hopton. Mr and Mrs. Poppleton, Mr. and Mrs. Stainthorpe, Mr. and Mrs. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Cowell, Mrs. Flint, Mr. T. Leach, jun., and a handsome wreath was sent in a glass case by the butchers of the Shambles. There was a large attendance of friends from Malton and other places both at the church and at the grave, among those present being Mr. Alderman Fawcett, Mr. Alderman Walker, Councillors Chapman, Oxley, Croskell, and Dalton; the Rev. E. S. Carter. Messrs. Hornsea, jun. (Malton), W. Hornsea, T. Ryder, J. Templeton (Flaxton), W. Roden, W. M. Briggs, Rispin (Huntington), J. H. Graves, H. Vaughan, E. Wilkinson, J Holiday Smith, G. Crumbie, John Howard, W. H. A. Coates, M. Cooper, J. Heslop, W. Beckett Long, G. Linfoot, Keswick, Warner, . T. F. Awlich (Thursk), H. Hudson, R. Hicks, G. Breed, J. L. Proctor, Webster, G. Webster, J. Sowray, S. D. Greentree, S. Tinsley (MaIton), J. Sutheran, J. Branton, W. Mason (late of Stamford Bridge), J. H. Walker (representing Hull Town Cricket Club), H. Dewse, George Hudson, R. W. Frenka (Helmsley), and H. Nixon Yorkshire Gentlemen's Ground. Many Malton friends were prevented from attending owing to the inconvenience of the day, and for a similar reason the Shambles butchers were limited in attendance. As the coffin was carried into the church sentences from Helmore's burial service were sung by the choir, who marched in procession in front of the coffin, and afterwards the 90th Psalm (Felton) was sung, Mr. G. H. Noyes presiding at the organ. The Rev. H. Vyvyan, vicar, read the lesson, and after the hymn, "When our heads are bowed with woe" had been sung, the procession was reformed for the Cemetery. At the latter place the remaining portion of the service was read by the Rev. E. C. Bedwell, curate of St. Mary's. Mr. Bean, of Gillygate, had charge of the funeral arrangements."
  18. [S221] Unknown author, 'unknown short article title', "The Leeds Mercury. Monday 24th March 1890. Page 3. Column 5.
    Funeral of the late Roger Iddison. On Saturday the remains of the late Mr. Roger Iddison, of York, whose name will be familiar to the devotees of cricket in England, and especially to those in the county of "broad acres," were interred in York Cemetery. Mr. Iddison was a playing member of the Yorkshire County Cricket Club for many years, and held for some time the position of captain. His figure was also a familiar one in the principal English matches of his time, and in the pursuit of his vocation he was in the service of a number of the leading local clubs of the country. On retiring from active participation in Yorkshire county cricket about 1872, Mr. Iddison started a shop for the sale of cricket materials, &c., in Blake-street, York, and subsequently became an auctioneer, and as such was very popular with his fellow-citizens and the inhabitants of the surrounding agricultural district. His death was due to an attack of diabetes which had confined him to the house since December. The first portion of the funeral ceremony was performed at the church of St. Mary's, Castlegate, in the presence of a large and sympathising congregation. Besides the chief mourners, who included the widow and other members and relations of the deceased's family, there were among those present at the church or graveside Mr. George Freeman (Thirsk), Mr. R. Boulton (Malton), Mr. J. Hicks, the Rev. E. S. Carter, Mr. H. Nixon, Mr. H. Dewse (York), Mr. M. Tomlinson, Mr. W. M. Briggs (Grand Stand, Knavesmire, York), Mr. T. F. Armison (Sessay), Mr. Seth Tinsley (Malton), Mr. F. H. Vaughan (hon. secretary York Cricket Club), Mr. J. L. Procter (assistant hon. secretary York Cricket Club), and a number of other gentlemen interested in the national game. The funeral was also attended by several members of the York Corporation, including Ald. Thos. Walker, Ald. Fawcett, Councillor Croskill, and Councillor Dalton, and there were also present representative auctioneers and others, many of whom sent wreaths. The service, which was of an impressive character, was performed by the Rev. H. Vyvyan and the Rev. E. C. Bedwell."
  19. [S220] Unknown author, 'unknown short article title', "The Yorkshire Herald and the York Herald. Saturday 22 March 1890. Page 4. Column 3.
    Iddison. On the 19th inst., at 8, Portland-street, York, Roger Iddison, aged 55 years. Interred this day (Saturday) at York Cemetery, at 3.15 p.m.; service at St. Mary's, Castlegate, at 2.45. (Friends will please accept this intimation)."
  20. [S82] Online for UK (online image).
  21. [S82] Online for UK (online image) "4 Lansdowne Street, Withington, Manchester.
    William H. Iddison, head of household, married, male, aged 51, Traveller & Salesman, born in Bedale, Yorkshire.
    Sarah A. Iddison, wife, married, aged 51, born in Leeming, Yorkshire.
    William H. Iddison, son, single, male, aged 25, Agent MChester Goods, born in Manchester, Lancashire.
    Mary L. Iddison, daughter, single, female, aged 19, born in Manchester, Lancashire.
    Robert G. J. Iddison, son, male, aged 16, Junior Salesman, born in Manchester, Lancashire.
    Marmaduke B. Iddison, son, male, aged 4, Errand Boy, born in Manchester, Lancashire.
    Sarah A. Iddison, daughter, female, aged 13, scholar, born in Manchester, Lancashire.
    Elizabeth Iddison, daughter, female, aged 12, scholar, born in Brooklands, Cheshire.
    Beatrice, daughter, female, aged 10, scholar, born in Stretford, Lancashire.
    Roger P. Iddison, son, male, aged 8, scholar, born in Stretford, Lancashire."
  22. [S214] FreeReg database, online http://www.freereg.org.uk
  23. [S22] FreeBMD database, online http://www.freebmd.org.uk, Frederick William Clarke & Jane Hannah Iddison. Marriage registered at Chorlton between July and September 1892.. M: Sep 1892 Chorlton 8c 1259.
  24. [S25] 31 March 1901 Web, http://www.ancestry.co.uk/, unknown record info.
  25. [S22] FreeBMD database, online http://www.freebmd.org.uk, Marriages Jan - Mar 1893, Chorlton, Frederick Bromley Ratchford & Mary Louise Iddison. Chorlton 8c 944.
  26. [S214] FreeReg database, online http://www.freereg.org.uk
  27. [S22] FreeBMD database, online http://www.freebmd.org.uk, William Houldsworth Iddison, age 33, death registered at Manchester between January and March 1899. Mar 1899 Manchester 8d 174.
  28. [S204] MI, unknown family info "William H Iddison
    Birth: unknown
    Death/Burial: 2 Feb 1899
    Southern Cemetery, Chorlton-Cum-Hardy, Metropolitan Borough of Manchester, Greater Manchester, England
    Plot: FConsecrated 826
    Memorial ID: 164626963."