Name: James Ogden
Birth: 3 AUG 1846 in Four Lane Ends, Pilkington, Whitefield, Lancashire, England
Death: 14 APR 1918 in Prestwich
Burial: 17 APR 1918 St Mary's Church, Prestwich
Born - Four Lane Ends, Pilkington, Whitefield, Manchester
Change Date: 31 MAR 2017 at 20:31:22
Four Lane Ends is now the junction around Moss Lane and Pinfold Lane.
By 1891 Emma Ogden nee Knott was living in Highfield, Guest Road, Prestwich with James Ogden who was a Calico Printer.
They had a daughter Mary (5 yrs who was subsequently to marry Clement Bridge) and Dorothy who was born in 1893.
Dorothy Ogden married Cecil Franks who served in the Lancashire Fusiliers during the First World War and was awarded a medal for conspicuous gallantry in action. He subsequently became a vicar. They had no children.
Living at Highfield, Guest Road, Prestwich in 1891.
The clock installed at Prestwich church is in memory of James Ogden by his wife and daughters.
There is also a plaque in the church which reads:
"To the Glory of God
And the Memory of
Of Highfield, Prestwich
Born August 3rd 1846
Died April 14th 1918
The Clock in This Tower
Was Given by his Wife and Daughters"
Probate:£78979/9s/4d to Emma widow
Highfield - house of James & Emma Ogden
1851 census - 4
1861 census - 14 - scholar
1891 census - Calico printer
1901 census - Calico printer
1911 census - Retired Calico printer
Father: Thomas Ogden b: 9 SEP 1803 in Whitefield (Pilkington), Lancashire, England
Mother: Sally Crompton b: 16 SEP 1806 in Whitefield (Pilkington), Lancashire, England c: 19 OCT 1806 in Prestwich, Lancashire, England
Emma Knott b: BEF 21 APR 1850 in Prestwich, Lancashire, England c: 21 APR 1850 in Prestwich, Lancashire, England
27 MAY 1882
in Prestwich Parish Church
- Mary Beatrice Ogden b: 23 MAY 1886 in Prestwich, Lancashire, England
- Dorothy Ogden b: 16 DEC 1892 in Prestwich, Lancashire, England
- Title: 1891 census & Grave at Prestwich
Abbrev: 1891 census & Grave at Prestwich
- Title: Prayer book of Thomas Ogden
Abbrev: Prayer book of Thomas Ogden
At the back of the book "A Short and Plain Instruction for the Understanding of the Lord's Supper," there is a handwritten page of the Ogden family tree going back to 1795. At the back is the name Thomas Ogden, May 1927. The book is in the possession of Arthur and Gwyneth Bridge.