Samuel Broomhead Ward

Children of SAMUEL WARD and GRACE MARTINDALE are:

vi. ANNE WARD, b. December 21, 1809; d. March 29, 1812. Drowned aged 2 years.

From the Diary of Thomas Asline Ward: On Sunday, March 29, Mr Samuel Broomhead Ward was out walking in the fields, near his house, with his wife, two sons, three daughters, and a nursemaid, when they had to cross the Sheaf by a narrow wooden bridge. All the party but the nurse and little Anne Ward, between two and three years old, had got safely over, and just as these, the last to cross, were about to step off, the bridge broke, and they were precipitated into the stream, just then swollen and turbulent by reason of recent rain. The nurse was with difficulty rescued, but the child disappeared, and her body was not recovered until life was extinct.

vii. JOHN HARRISON WARD, b. October 18, 1810; d. October 18, 1810.

5. viii. MARY CAROLINE WARD, b. January 27, 1812; d. November 28, 1871, Thwaites.

ix. ELIZA WARD, b. August 13, 1814; d. December 31, 1891, Winthorpe.

6. x. LOUISA WARD, b. June 24, 1816, Sheffield; d. January 10, 1894, 53 Porchester Tce, Hyde Park, London.

xi. EMMA GRACE WARD, b. April 26, 1819; d. July 20, 1819.

 

Generation No. 2

2. SAMUEL BROOMHEAD WARD was born 1799, and died April 10, 1866. He married ELLEN CHADWICK December 09, 18301, daughter of ELIAS CHADWICK. She was born 1808, and died March 16, 1887.

Notes for SAMUEL BROOMHEAD WARD:

BA 1820 Ordained deacon 1823 Priest 1827

Curate of Hathersage Derbs

Curate of Derwent 1827-30

Rector of Teffont Ewyas Wiltshire 1830-66

 

Children of SAMUEL WARD and ELLEN CHADWICK are:

i. ELLEN SARAH WARD, b. 1832.

ii. SAMUEL BROOMHEAD WARD, b. 1833.

iii. HENRY CHADWICK WARD, b. 1834.

iv. FRANCIS WILLIAM WARD, b. 1837.

v. FANNY LOUISA WARD.

vi. JAMES RIMINGTON WARD, b. 1841.

vii. ISABELLA WARD, b. 1843.

viii. CHARLES GODOLPHIN WARD, b. 1846.

 

3. SARAH WARD was born January 17, 1800, and died February 05, 1875 in Bradfield, Yorkshire. She married JAMES RIMINGTON September 01, 1817 in Sheffield, son of JOHN RIMINGTON and MARY WILSON. He was born December 09, 1786, and died September 30, 1839.

Children of SARAH WARD and JAMES RIMINGTON are:

i. MARY RIMINGTON, b. 1818; d. 1831, Montmirien near Neufchatel.

ii. HARRIET RIMINGTON, d. March 16, 1892; m. THOMAS KNOX (3RD EARL OF RANFURLY), October 10, 1848; b. November 18, 1816; d. May 20, 1858.

iii. LUCY ANNE RIMINGTON, d. May 02, 1885; m. EDWARD COOPER HODGE, 1860; b. 1810; d. December 10, 1894.

iv. MARIA RIMINGTON, d. January 06, 1879; m. EDWARD SALVIN BOWLBY, August 01, 1861; b. June 23, 1830.

v. SARAH CAROLINE RIMINGTON, d. 1821.

vi. HENRY RIMINGTON, b. 1820; d. 1849.

vii. JAMES RIMINGTON- WILSON, b. July 1822, Sheffield; d. November 27, 1877; m. JANE WALLAS, 1849.

viii. ELLEN RIMINGTON, d. 1845.

ix. JOHN RIMINGTON, b. May 18, 1832; d. July 04, 1909; m. SOPHIA ABERCROMBY.

x. WILLIAM RIMINGTON, b. August 16, 1834, Bradfield, Yorkshire; d. February 11, 1885; m. MARY BLANCHE NICHOLLS, 1861, Starcross Devon; d. March 01, 1889.

Maria Louisa Ward
Samuel Broomhead Ward
Joseph Ward

Samuel Broomhead Ward was the son of Joseph Ward and Ann Linfit and half-brother to Thomas Asline Ward. He was Master Cutler in 1798.

 

His daughter Mary Caroline Ward (by his second wife Grace Martindale) married the Reverend Charles Myers.

Mount Pleasant

Mount Pleasant was built by Francis Sitwell and purchased by S.B. Ward in 1794 when he was 24 years old. After SBW it was occupied by the Tillotson family and in 1874, after a brief period as an asylum, it became the Girls Charity School. Mount Pleasant still stands and is used in part as an Adult Education and Community Centre. (See Plant Dr J. S. Distaff kin of Benjamin Plant (1742-1806) from an article in Roots and Branches, the journal of the Plant Family History Group)

SBW's property appears to have been an attractive target for less wealthy citizens of Sheffield, as evident from these posters (copies from Noel Myers).

Poster Mount Pleasant
Poster Mount Pleasant
Poster Mount Pleasant
Poster Mount Pleasant

1 . SAMUEL BROOMHEAD WARD was born May 24, 1770, and died July 27, 1849 in Ecclesall, Sheffield, Yorkshire. He married (1) HANNAH WATKINSON December 25, 1791, daughter of JONATHON WATKINSON and ? ALMOND. She was born 1776, and died February 26, 1803. He married (2) GRACE MARTINDALE February 09, 1809 in Masham, daughter of THOMAS MARTINDALE and MARGARET THWAITES. She was born July 12, 17781, and died January 08, 1822.

Children of SAMUEL WARD and HANNAH WATKINSON are:

i. ANNE WARD, b. Abt. 1794; d. November 10, 1803.

ii. MARY WARD, b. Abt. 1796; d. August 04, 1802.

2. iii. SAMUEL BROOMHEAD WARD, b. 1799; d. April 10, 1866.

3. iv. SARAH WARD, b. January 17, 1800; d. February 05, 1875, Bradfield, Yorkshire.

4. v. JOSEPH WARD, b. September 28, 1802; d. February 03, 1878, Hague Hall Pontefract.

4. JOSEPH WARD was born September 28, 1802, and died February 03, 1878 in Hague

Hall Pontefract. He married MARY HADFIELD December 05, 1827.

Children of JOSEPH WARD and MARY HADFIELD are:

i. MATILDA WARD, b. October 13, 1828.

ii. OUTRAM SAMUEL WARD, b. November 08, 1830; d. October 15, 1859.

iii. MARIA LOUISA WARD, b. June 26, 1833; m. WILLIAM SHEPHERD WILLIAMSON,

July 27, 18591; b. Congleton Cheshire.

5. MARY CAROLINE WARD was born January 27, 1812, and died November 28, 1871 in Thwaites. She married CHARLES JOHN MYERS February 19, 1835 in St Marys Church Sheffield1, son of DAVID THOMPSON MYERS and PHOEBE CROWE. He was born August 11, 1800, and died November 14, 1870.

Children of MARY WARD and CHARLES MYERS are:

i. MARY CAROLINE MYERS, b. November 30, 1835; d. October 11, 1852.

ii. LOUSIA MYERS, b. June 07, 1837; d. August 31, 1853.

iii. ELLEN MYERS, b. June 25, 1838; d. April 05, 1923, Newark; m. HENRY NEWBALD, July 11, 1871; b. February 19, 1815; d. October 16, 1888, Newark.

iv. FANNY MYERS, b. November 07, 1839; d. January 21, 1919, Belhevie Churchyard; m. HARRY BURNETT LUMSDEN, September 05, 1866; b. November 12, 1821, Bengal, India; d. August 12, 1896.

v. MARGARET MYERS, b. December 10, 1840; d. February 06, 1914.

vi. ELIZA MYERS, b. February 28, 1842; d. December 28, 1872, 53 Porchester Tce, Hyde Park, London.

vii. CHARLES JOHN MYERS, b. October 16, 1843, Flintham, Notts; d. September 04, 1910, Thwaites; m. CLARA BELASYSE MANSON, September 09, 1875, Thoroton, Nottingham; b. January 01, 1855, Spynie, Elgin Scotland; d. April 13, 1944, Dunningwell.

viii. JEMIMA MYERS, b. February 07, 1845; d. July 11, 1920.

ix. ARTHUR MYERS, b. April 03, 1846, Flintham, Notts; d. March 19, 1916, Nottingham; m. EDITH PAULINA PICKERING, October 05, 1871, New Brighton; b. April 28, 1852; d. February 26, 1953, Aberdeen.

x. FREDERIC MYERS, b. August 13, 1847; d. December 04, 1871, Mentone, France.

xi. GERTRUDE MYERS, b. February 15, 1849; d. January 19, 1894; m. JOHN MACKENZIE BACON, April 11, 1871; b. June 19, 1846, Woodlands, St Mary Berkshire; d. December 25, 1904, Coldash.

xii. HENRY MYERS, b. July 12, 1850; d. August 14, 1853.

 

6. LOUISA WARD was born June 24, 1816 in Sheffield, and died January 10, 1894 in 53 Porchester Tce, Hyde Park, London. She married ROBERT HARGREAVES June 13, 1839 in Sheffield, son of THOMAS HARGREAVES and NANCY HOYLE. He was born Abt. 1808, and died 1854.

Children of LOUISA WARD and ROBERT HARGREAVES are:

i. LOUISA GRACE HARGREAVES, b. April 27, 1840; m. FRED ROBERTSON-AICKMAN; d. October 05, 1888.

ii. MARY HARGREAVES, b. January 27, 1841; d. January 28, 1841, Accrington.

iii. LUCY ANNE HARGREAVES, b. December 02, 1841; d. 1882, Algiers; m. HUMPHRY SANDWITH; b. 1823; d. May 16, 1881, Paris.

iv. ROBERT HARGREAVES, b. September 25, 1842; d. September 25, 1842, Accrington.

v. ROBERT HARGREAVES, b. February 08, 1846; d. February 08, 1846, Accrington.

vi. EMMA HARGREAVES, b. April 13, 1847; d. April 14, 1847.